This “RHUMB LINE” had no choice but to swim under the sea. It was reported that she took on water to the top of the salon but did not stay down long. As you can see, she has a good hull structure and is repairable.
The inner tunnel showed no damage and the props/rudders were OK. However, the motors, panels and entire cabin were submerged. There was also no sign of a mast or boom found with the boat. Look closely at the photos and they will tell a story.
Inspect before you place a Bid, and a Minimum $1000 bank wired deposit is required.
Here is where a lot of Muriatic Acid, non-diluted, comes into play. Roll it on with a heavy paint roller, scrub brush, ande then wash all the barnacles away. You must wear protective gear including eye protection.
*We always encourage potential Bidders/Buyers to view the item personally or have someone else inspect it for you prior bidding. It is entirely the buyer's responsibility to inspect and determine the vessel's actual condition.