I have a dream, and even I`m not rich, I would like to make it true, but for this I need some suggestions from Profi Captains who have a Trawler. I did look around in the Internet, and find out that to buy a Marine Trader Trawler in the USA for example is not that expensive (about 35 to 60tousend USD) like in Europe or elsewhere. While the concept of a cheap fix er up trawler is interesting to bring into a low cost labor country , there is still a question of repair supplies and supervision. Repairing decks , structures and replacing wood framed windows , and replacing iron fuel boxes is labor intensive but some past experience is required .
A more ocean worthy vessel than a TT might be able to motor to your destination , most TT are not in any way blue water ,ocean passage makers, but brown water boats.
I think the biggest problem will be the Fuel, if I have a Tank with 200 Gallons, how many miles I can do it? The difference in design , construction , scantlings and equippment usually prices a genuine blue water boat 300% higher than a brown water boat. Sadly many of these good builders also build for the military , where cost is of no concern., and become so inefficient that civilian work becomes impossible.
So it is correct, a brown water Boat is only for trawel along the coast, a blue water is for fare away, right? I have a Motorboat on the lake of Constanze, Switzerland, and so I don`t have tomuch experience on the sea.

Offcoure I know that if the waves are 10 meter high, I cannot go with my Marine Trader, but what about if they are 3 to 5 Meter`s? When the top of a large wave slams on deck the entire structure is tested , sometimes for hours on end. The wave height not breaking after a storm , when the distance between the waves is long , no problem. Range is also a concern as even 1000 miles wont get far in most oceans , tho along shore its just fine. Most TT will be as uncomfortable in 4 ft chop as your present boat is , tho size and weight do matter in terms of the speed you can motor at. I'm not sure many if any of the folks on this board that have been out in 5 meter fresh waves would do it again. Do you know anyone in Thailand who can help you ask some local boaters there, they may have some suggestions.
Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper. Possible Part-Exchange with 30 meters yacht from 2003 and younger with Peer Gynt plus substantial cash ! The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel.

I would like to know, how much is the trasport from the USA to Thailand, where I like to based my Trawler and lifeaboard. Means, if in Switzerland a Car BMW is 50t USD, in Thailand you pay for the same Car 100t USD. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated.
And I thought, that even I buy one who is not in perfect condition, I can let restore in Thailand, who is not so expensive. I will just lifeaboard in Thailand, the Boat will be registrated in Switzerland or somewhere, so I dont have to pay this Tax.
Peer Gynt factory specialize in making Explorer Yachts and understand hull formation very well. All interior finishings and fittings are fitted to the highest standard with leather bound blinds, thick matt woodwork, marble works, good quality stainless steel and high end furnishings are just some of what make this boat feel very modern and rich when on board.

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