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JohnP.
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Hi Folk's
         from February 2020 we will be in a position to seek and purchase either an Alphacraft or an Aquafibre (Centre Cockpit)preferably around the 42ft mark, would prefer an Alphacraft if we had a choice but would consider either. If anybody knows of one that may be coming to the market around then we would appreciate a heads up.

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Welcome,
Have you secured a mooring yet ?
The reason for the question is they are more difficult to find than boats ! (Usually) Also the people with moorings are a wealth of insider knowledge on who is selling etc.
I would trawl the boatyards and let them know what you want, and leave them your telephone number.

George Sims

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Hi George
         thanks for your reply, yes securing a mooring was my first move and we now have a couple of options available, I also left contact details as you suggested.



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Hi John

Welcome!

In addition you might do well talking to the brokers e.g NYA (nya.co.uk), Waterside Marine Sales (watersidemarinesales.co.uk), NBS (Norfolk boat sales.co.uk).

Others are available!

From personal experience you may do better by talking to them in person rather than telephone and/or email.

Good luck!

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Summercraft is currently selling their former fleet , you will struggle to find a better maintained boat for the money anywhere but they are going fast

https://www.nya.co.uk/boats-for-sale/aquafibre-pearl-38-2/


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