#1 2018-10-06 20:50:39

Richard_Gaunt
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From: London/ Barcelona
Registered: 2018-06-04
Posts: 9

WANTED! WANTED! VICTORIA 34

Hello .
I wish to purchase a Victoria 34.
She must have a wheel and not a stick and be kitted for blue water cruising and with a good- pref renewed engine.  If not then this will be reflected in the asking price along with any up grades and refirbishments  required. I am aware of one for sale  in Exmouth for £39,500.
I look forward  to hearing from you.
I am based in London and can travel anywhere.
Thank you very much
Richard Gaunt.
richardgaunt360@gmail.com 
New member.

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#2 2018-10-20 12:31:06

Guy_Warner
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From: Petersfield Hampshire
Registered: 2015-06-07
Posts: 13

Re: WANTED! WANTED! VICTORIA 34

I have a 1990 Victoria 34 Ruby Star bought in 2015 (formerly Victoria Vision and Kipper of London). She is not for sale but, as doubtless you know, she is an excellent yacht in all respects - both for local and blue water sailing. However, I have had to do a lot of work on her, some essential, some voluntary. She has crossed the Atlantic (there and back) twice and done the Round Britain and Ireland two-handed race. She is equally suitable for single-handed sailing and with 4 or 5 onboard. I sailed her to South Brittany last year (see blog) and to SW Ireland from Port Solent this year single-handed (blog pending). Feel free to ask me any queries - I can send you my current spec if you like. Guy Warner guywarner32@btinternet.com

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#3 2018-10-20 12:31:26

Guy_Warner
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From: Petersfield Hampshire
Registered: 2015-06-07
Posts: 13

Re: WANTED! WANTED! VICTORIA 34

I have a 1990 Victoria 34 Ruby Star bought in 2015 (formerly Victoria Vision and Kipper of London). She is not for sale but, as doubtless you know, she is an excellent yacht in all respects - both for local and blue water sailing. However, I have had to do a lot of work on her, some essential, some voluntary. She has crossed the Atlantic (there and back) twice and done the Round Britain and Ireland two-handed race. She is equally suitable for single-handed sailing and with 4 or 5 onboard. I sailed her to South Brittany last year (see blog) and to SW Ireland from Port Solent this year single-handed (blog pending). Feel free to ask me any queries - I can send you my current spec if you like. Guy Warner guywarner32@btinternet.com

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