Free Boat for Sea Explorers -Forwarded
Bruce C Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu Jun 25 08:58:26 1998
To: Northeast Region Sea Explorer officers
From: Bruce Johnson, Commodore
Subject: Free Boat
The following message was sent to me a few moments ago. Please pass the
word quickly. Respond to LT Condit directly.
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Subject: Free Boat for Sea Explorers
Date: 25 Jun 98 9:49:09 EDT
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Thank you for your assistance in relaying this information to the appropriate
As described I received a call from a gentlemen in the Atlantic City area
yesterday that is being transferred by his company to the midwest. He owns
and has been refurbishing a 1972 33' Silverton "Sedan Cruiser". He would
like to donate it to an organization where it could help kids.
The vessel's hull is wood (which requires more maintenance than most types)
and has recently received about $2,000 in work. The powerplant consists of
twin 318's which were just completely rebuilt (all moving parts) and have
only 1.5 hours on them which was the ride back from the engine rebuild.
Vessel is currently out of the water but is operational. May be transported
by water or by special trailer (not included). The gentlemen is looking to
donate this vessel soon as he is leaving right away.
Serious inquiries should be directed to LT Condit at the U.S. Coast Guard
Station in Atlantic City, NJ - 609 344 6594.