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97. Dirt Cheap IMMACULATE 70' DREAM Aluminum Ship! [Full Yacht Tour] Learning the Lines

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Published on 26 Aug 2019 / In Autos & Vehicles / Boats

This boat was built in 1986 as a mobile sawmill for harvesting exotic woods in remote locations. It was then acquired by the founder of Crocs who had it refit in 2012 and used it as a way to promote the brand. It has since been donated to AMI Kids to be used to raise money for the charity.

Hannibal is a Chesapeake Bugeye Ketch, a design developed in the Chesapeake Bay originally for Oyster Dredging. Obviously Hannibal had a different life than most of her sister ships.

The current asking price is now only $199,000, which means this is the absolute BEST value we've ever seen. It is absolutely dirt cheap for what you get. Also, the money goes to a good cause so it's truly a win-win.

If you'd like more information about this boat, please contact the below representative:

Page Obenshain of St. Pete Yacht Sales:

1-727-823-2555

Please feel free to check out AMI kids at the below website as well:

http://amikids.org/

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