KokOasis for Sale at Reduced Price . . .

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KokoAtCityView6Recently, it was announced that the KokOasis is being offered for sale.  Now, she is being offered at a reduced price.  Custom built by Sharpe Houseboats in 2008, she has performed beautifully her entire life.   Whether she is eventually purchased by a single owner or a group of investment partners, she is ready to continue service as a perfectly appointed  live aboard or entertainment vessel.  View details, photos and video at: http://yournewboat.com/08Sharpe16x75WBTNVL/index.htm

“KokOasis” for Sale . . .

KokoasisVolNavyAfter nearly 7 years of living aboard our beautiful 75′ x 16′ houseboat, we have decided to offer her for sale.   Custom-built to our specifications by Sharpe Houseboats in 2008, the KokOasis was specifically designed to satisfy all the comfort needs of living aboard. Indeed, she has proven to be everything we had hoped for.  As a “flagship” of the VOL Navy during the last 6 years, she has been featured in numerous news stories and documentaries on various media outlets. Very well-maintained and cared for, the KokOasis is in pristine shape and eagerly awaits her next assignment. View details, photos and a video at: http://yournewboat.com/08Sharpe16x75WBTNVL/index.htm    We are not leaving the water completely.  We have purchased a condo on the river and will still be operating our Queen Priscilla river cruise business (cruising catamaran).

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