Here's the wind up and the pitch... The previous owner was going to scrap this 332 and had it listed on Craigslist. I had it transported to me and after digging into it I just don't have the time to devout to this big of a project. I work full time, I am in school full time, I am also in the middle of a remodel on my house and have a car project I am wrapping up. I picked her up with the intention of making her sea worthy and donate some time taking disabled vets and first responders out on fishing trips around the Cape and Islands.

My assessment so far... from what I can tell the previous owner used this as a dock/party spot without staying on top of the maintenance. The water heater leaked and plywood under it rotted out. The plywood under the fuel tanks has rotted out. Both engine hatches are soft. Starboard engine needs to be pulled and rebuilt or perhaps a complete repower to diesel is in order. both F pipes are cast iron though the STBD is split and needs to be replaced. The hours gauge reads 719, accurate? Perhaps. 

I want nothing for her. I want someone to come pick her up and bring her back to life. She's currently stored in central Mass and I will loose storage in the spring. I'll post pics up later this afternoon.

My best,


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Hi Michael,

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Pics posted finally.

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