P.I.T boat # 2007

Hello All, I have been considering the purchase of boat # 2007. It was built in 1971 by a licensed boat builder P.I.T. Can anyone tell me what that means? Other than a few times as a young man, I am new to sailing...have been a powerboater all of my life, and windsurfing for the last 2 years. I live in Duluth, MN and want to sail on St Louis Bay. Maybe stick my nose out into the "big lake" when the weather is right.

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[^] Put In Trash.

[^] Put In Trash. Seriously, contact Flying Scot in MD. and speak to Harry Carpenter (builder and all around great guy)

WOW! VERY INTERISTING!! This is bewildering to me! I own and sa

WOW! VERY INTERISTING!! This is bewildering to me! I own and sail FS#2007 at the fast growing fleet of Davis Island Yacht Club in Tampa, FL. I was wondering how someone is trying to sell you my boat. Can you get me in contact with the person trying to sell it?

But to answer your initial question, P.I.T. was a company in Kansas that built Flying Scotts for a short period of time, and only produced a few boats. The boat # is the production # or in this case the 2007th boat made. My boat FS2007, is built well and is super fast.(I don't know about the mystery 2007 boat you are looking at)

FS5257 is talking trash! I would bet that he/she has never seen a P.I.T. boat, and has no clue of the quality construction and awsome weight of the boat. If you ever get a chance to get a P.I.T. boat, GET IT! They're great!
Contact Harry Carpenter, he knows the boats better than anyone.

I am sorry to alarm you.

I am sorry to alarm you.....The gentleman that I have comunicating with about 2007 had miss quoted me the boat #. It is infact FS2099. Which Dee tells me is a Douglas boat. I must be honest and say that I was concerned about purchasing a P.I.T boat. Mostly due to the fact that I know nothing about them. I am glad to hear that they are also a quality boat. And after reading your post am almost wishing it was a P.I.T. Well I am hoping to purchase my first FS this weekend. If the boat is sound, and I beleive that it is, I will no longer be a wannabe FS owner. I will officially become a clueless power boater with a really cool sailboat.....and alot to learn. Than you for your help!
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[i]Originally posted by FS2007[/i] [br]WOW! VERY INTERISTING!! This is bewildering to me! I own and sail FS#2007 at the fast growing fleet of Davis Island Yacht Club in Tampa, FL. I was wondering how someone is trying to sell you my boat. Can you get me in contact with the person trying to sell it?

But to answer your initial question, P.I.T. was a company in Kansas that built Flying Scotts for a short period of time, and only produced a few boats. The boat # is the production # or in this case the 2007th boat made. My boat FS2007, is built well and is super fast.(I don't know about the mystery 2007 boat you are looking at)

FS5257 is talking trash! I would bet that he/she has never seen a P.I.T. boat, and has no clue of the quality construction and awsome weight of the boat. If you ever get a chance to get a P.I.T. boat, GET IT! They're great!
Contact Harry Carpenter, he knows the boats better than anyone.
FS Wannabe Duluth, MN
FS Wannabe Duluth, MN

Best of luck with your new boat - maybe you cn bring it and sail

Best of luck with your new boat - maybe you cn bring it and sail it at the Ephraim Yacht Club in Wisconsin at next year's FS North Americsn Championship. It wouold be great to meet you! Diane Kampf, Fleet 76, New England dian...@charter.net FS5857 Massapoag Yacht Club Sharon, MA

Diane Kampf FS 5857