1969 Cal Sloop
Yacht price :
COMPLETE REFIT LIKE NEW BOAT
REPEAT, COMPLETE REFIT LIKE NEW BOAT
I CANNOT STRESS THIS ENOUGH
THIS CAL 29 IS ABSOLUTELY THE NICEST BOAT THAT I HAVE EVER SEEN IN MY 21 YEARS IN THE BOATING WORLD. I ALSO WOULD LIKE TO ADD IT'S PROBABLY THE NICEST IN THE WORLD. FIRST CLASS PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP.
OWNER HAD A SURVEY ON THE BOAT IN 2015. SOME OF THE INFORMATION IS BELOW.
This particular design which came about in the late '60's early '70's is part of a whole genre of that era where you find the Alberg 30, the Tartan 30, the Pearsons and the Cal 30 etc. In this surveyor's opinion the prototype would be out of England - they have that British look that was popular at the time and derivative of wooden boats which gives these vessels their classic lines.
This particular vessel is as excellent an example of the type as one is likely to find.
The last two owners have put somewhere near $200,000.00 into this boat and it shows - the boat surveys as in "like new" condition throughout - even the bilges are perfectly clean.
All this of course makes placing a value on the vessel extremely difficult. As we all know one rarely gets out what one puts in. Often over the years I have heard my clients complain that they have put in a new engine and parts and labor combined equaled more than the boat was worth. The problem is that the vessel is expected to have a functioning engine so you are not rewarded for that - you may get a percentage maybe even as good as half - which may be added to the market value but typically the market value is based on the vessel being not necessarily new or perfect but fully functioning.
I have spent a lot of time over the years in ruminating on this particular problem which arises quite often these days now that we are finding that fiberglass boats are surviving and will be doing so for some time to come.
The present cost of maintenance/refit/restoration is so large compared to what is seen as the intrinsic value of the vessel that it is difficult to establish a realistic well-founded market value. This factor combined with the recent glut of fiberglass boats on the market makes it doubly difficult to come up with a valuation that will satisfy everybody therefore the bottom line is that the market value of the boat is what someone is willing to pay for it.
Further comments concerning the vessel's condition and its value can be found on the last page of this document.
Nothing was found to impair the structural integrity of this vessel nor was anything found that would prevent it from functioning within its design parameters.
If this vessel continues to be maintained in the manner to which it is accustomed it should represent a sound investment as well as a suitable insurance risk for all waters with a reasonably experienced crew aboard.
This survey is for the exclusive use of the above-named requester, his underwriters and lending institution on his behalf. It may not be transferred to any other party.
This report constitutes the surveyor's opinion of the condition of the vessel, based on nondestructive examination of all accessible parts of the hull and rig, formed to the best of his ability given the conditions at the time of the inspection.
It is important to note that many areas of modern cruising vessels are unobservable and inaccessible. Therefore this surveyor is not liable for any problems that may develop in these areas.
All of the information given above is believed to be true but not guaranteed.
Acceptance of this inspection constitutes an agreement that the surveyor shall not be held liable for any inaccuracies, misstatements or errors of judgment.
Estimated Market Value: $ 55,000.00 USD
This price is an estimate of the value of the vessel at the time of the survey based on the condition of the boat and its equipment at that time. It is also based on values given in various pricing guides and recent sales of similar vessels. The boat may sell for more or less than the value given depending on location and market demand.
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- San Diego, CA, US
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- 29 ft - 8.84 meter
- 29 ft - 8.84 meter
- 9 ft 2 in - 2.8 meter
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- 4 ft 5 in - 1.35 meter
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- 8000 lbs
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- 25 (Individual), 25 (combined)
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- 20 gallons - 1 tank(s)
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- 64 gallons - 1 tank(s)
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The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.