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Have you got a 420 that could be for sale?

by John Meadowcroft 15 May 13:11 BST
Dylan McPherson & Jack Lewis win the 46th GJW Direct Bloody Mary © Mark Jardine / YachtsandYachting.com

There is currently lots of interest in the UK 420 class and new sailors to the class are looking for entry level boats - likely to be 51000 - 54000 sail numbers.

There must be boats hiding away that aren't being used and are either being kept for sentimental reasons, or maybe owners just don't have the time to prep them for sale, or maybe they are incomplete and therefore not seen as suitable for selling.

If anyone has any ideas for attracting these boats onto the market please let the 420 class know. We want to get them active.

please email or find us on Facebook at GBR 420 Sailing.

www.gbr420.uk

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