The Title sailor Cannot Be Inherited Nor Purchase, This I Have Earned With My Own Blood, Sweat and Tears. So Therefore, I Own It Forever… This is Diamond. My newer, my 2nd boat. Again, a title I signed in 10 minutes & her name stays the same for a special reason that has to do with how she came to me. This is a 30′ Columbia. The Title Sailor cannot be inherited nor purchased shirt. Although she was is in good condition on the outside, internally she needs everything redone. She’s a Blue Water Vessel that has already circumnavigated, which means by the time I’m done doing everything on the inside, if I really want to sail across an ocean, I’ll have to redo everything on the outside.
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I understood this. I WANTED to learn, that WAS the point. Every boat is being “redone” anyway. How will I be able to afford this? I don’t know & it will all be OK. This boat came to me by way of three men. The son that inherited it, his best friend & one of his best friends. Once the father died, the son came & looked at the boat & saw that the marina did NO part of the job they had been paid faithfully for 10 years. The boat had been robbed & a hatch left open, bilge pump turned off. The boat took on a few feet of rain water, ruining everything inside. The marina had just changed owners & a price hike, so give it away or to the junk yard- & now.
The small outboard I had spent $1k to no avail & learned not to trust anyone, even the former owner- nobody had any respect or care that “a woman” blah, blah, blah. The amount of conflicting information, missing tools & parts of mine, wasted money. Always laughed off. In fact they go out of their way to make your life more difficult, a way to keep you around, in hopes that you’ll “choose one of them”. And The Title Sailor cannot be inherited nor purchased shirt. I’m not the type to be Forced. I was really only expecting another trick when I got a call from this man I had met very briefly once before that took the motor away to fix it- about a week before. He told me to meet him on shore “to come see my new boat”.