Since I began learning about sailboats, Albergs have been a name that pops up a lot for traditional off-shore cruisers. This is a 1965 Alberg 35 for only $17,900. It is close and near where I grew up on the St. Johns River. They talk about these boats here: cruisersforum.com. Some people say good things, some say bad; but mostly along party lines of those who don't like traditional cruisers and those that do. Normal problems with older fiberglass boats that a survey would have to sniff out. Living space is a bit narrow; but that helps off-shore. I'd have to check it out and with it being close, I might go give it a look soon. The ad is short:
Description Famous older vessel has been around the world, needs to be loved and brought back, mostly paint and cleaning, but has a new engine , sails reported serviceable, sleeps 2 in the fore peak, and 2 on the main salon settees.Has a head, stove, sink. ice box, dinghy. Make OFFERS must sell !
|Forepeak then sink and head. Main salon has galley and 2 berths or settees|
Galley Stove, icebox, sink
Electronics Autopilot, depth, VHF
Electrical 110, 12 volt
Deck and Hull Tiller, Bimini, davits, swim ladder, search light
|Classic boat needs the engine cover refitted because of new engine, sails reported serviceable, dinghy. Vessel sold as is BEST OFFER, !!!!!!!|