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Stock #233205 Now it is yours, don't be caught saying "I Wish I Would Have". Sails with bamboo battens and what a history! You will be over taken by photo takers!! If you are in the market for an antique, look no further than this 1967 Chinese Junk 36, priced right at $49,000 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Florence, Alabama. She is also equipped with a Detroit Diesel engine.
Posted 6 Days Ago
In 2011 her hull was stripped to bare wood and her transom was re-built. During the haul-out 13 thru-hull fittings were removed and plugged with cedar. Years of bad wiring and plumbing were removed. As the restoration moved forward her cabin top was recovered with burlap and arabol and all of the deck hardware was removed. Her teak deck was carefully numbered and removed for later re-installation. Her entire sub-deck was removed and all frames and deck surfaces were replaced. All interior trim pieces have been labeled and removed. These items all exist in storage and can be reinstalled to bring this girl back to her former glory. Boatyard owner has outline plans and skills to complete this vessel refit and restoration. Stock #201126 1937 Herreshoff is a classic Bermudan Yawl designed by John G. Alden and built in 1937 by the Herreshoff Manufacturing Co., Bristol, Rhode Island, USA The Sailing Yacht Evening Star is design #0638 from John G. Alden, created in 1936 and built by the Herreshoff Manufacturing Co., Bristol, Rhode Island, USA in 1937. She is rigged as a Bermudan Yawl and was constructed for Frederick Ford of Detroit. She is the only boat Herreshoff Mfg. Co. built that wasn't designed by a Herreshoff and one of the very last, if not the last, boat the company built during Nathaniel Herreshoff's lifetime. Most of her gear and structure is original, Her steering pedestal and anchor winch were designed, cast and built "in house" by the HMCo., as are most of her fittings and, of course, her bronze knees. Evening Star was originally constructed with cedar carvel planks over wood and metal floors with steam bent frames. She displaces #52350 and has #18000 of cast lead ballast in her keel. Her spars are constructed of Sitka Spruce. She offers a truly one of a kind opportunity for the right buyer wishing to own a piece of history! Reason for selling is boat builder yard seeking a steward to carry this historic vessel forward..
The year and hours of the Westerbeke 40 are unknown and it was last serviced in October of 2020. The Sails and standing rigging are said to be 12 years old or less. The mast was last varnished in October of 2020 when the bottom was painted. The Bit of dock rash to port shall be touched up shortly. This Paul Luke has been well cared for and will make her next owner proud. Stock #234171 32 Foot Sloop, built by Acclaimed Builder Paul Luke in Booth Bay Maine. Born in 1912, and Retiring in 1994, Paul Luke built a lot of High-Quality boats over the years. The Friendship 32 design was one of his most popular sloops. Her hull is built of longleaf yellow pine on an oak wood frame and she was built for all sailors to enjoy. She's 35 feet overall with a 10' beam and a hull speed of approximately 7 knots. WIth her sloop rig, she has the mainsail, jib, and a drifter sail. The Cockpit is huge, allowing for all your guests to enjoy the day on the water. In the cabin, her galley is aft with an icebox, stainless steel sink, microwave, and Chamberlain Coal/Woodstove. (There is a Coleman type gas stove for summer use. A settee to starboard and port allows for a sleeping capacity of 2. Toward the bow is the head with vanity, hanging closet and storage for gear, etc. Per the seller, she's an easily sailed vessel, steady and sure-footed. The Decks are teak and recently had some planks, repaired or replaced and recaulked. The Plywood subdeck is said to show no signs of fatigue and do not leak.
Posted 3 Weeks Ago
This is a very strong vessel, with a solid and tight hull and rebuilt cockpit and transom. She is the only Bird with a barrel transom. She is in need of cosmetics. She has received much love in the past few years and was hauled out last year for extensive attention to her bottom and topsides. She does not leak a drop from her bottom!. Her interior has been removed and her transom and cockpit have been rebuilt. Stock #047025 SAVE THIS RARE CLASSIC!! All offers considered! Very rare San Francisco Bird Boat. The San Francisco Bird Boat fleet has been racing continuously on The Bay since 1922. The class is easily the oldest one-design class on the West Coast, and is among the top 5, oldest classes in the USA. This year marks the 91st anniversary of the first Bird Boat, a classic wooden sailboat specifically designed for racing on San Francisco Bay and the first one design fleet on the West Coast, while the San Francisco Perpetual Trophy, first raced on the bay in 1895, is purported to be the second oldest match-racing trophy in sailing behind only the America's Cup. The S.F. Perpetual Cup is held in Trust by the two senior yacht clubs of San Francisco Bay -- the Corinthian Yacht Club (CYC) and the San Francisco Yacht Club (SFYC). It's a Challenge Cup, with the holder accepting a challenge annually from another yacht club. Both clubs must be on the U.S. Pacific Coast. These are beautiful, 30 foot, classic wooden sloops. They are lovingly maintained and raced by their owners to an 82 year old, one-design measurement rule. KIWI was the last SF Birdboat ever built. THERE ARE ONLY 22 BIRDS LEFT!! We are looking for the right buyer to steward this classic vessel into the future. She is classic San Francisco maritime history, and is among the most cherished vessel designs on the San Francisco Bay! Step up and join a very elite club! Multiple wooden boat savior/owner very motivated to find the right sailor who appreciates this truly classic and historically significant sailing yacht.
This Authentic Chinese Junk was Custom Built from old growth Teak and Yacal, a very rare and valuable wood combination in today's wooden and plastic boat market. The entire boat was recently painted. The trailer will come with the boat. It's a custom built 4 axle galvanized trailer with a capacity of 24,000 lbs. She's currently in Storage and undercover. More photos are difficult to get at this time. We'll update the listing with more when possible. Stock #102326 Time To Embrace The Dragon Lady And Sail The Seas!! This beautiful Chinese Junk is 22,000 lbs of Old Growth Teak. Dragon Lady is a full Chinese three masted, Lug rigged, Teak Junk, built in Hong Kong in 1958 at the Ho Sung Boatyard. She is 33' long with a Beam of 13'6" and a 4' Draft. The aft deck which is covered by a Sunbrella canvas awning with 6 feet of headroom has seating for 6 adults. So, whether you use this as a personal vessel or maybe give sunset couples cruises, you'll be comfortable while being the talk of the town. To assist with moving her through the water, she's powered by a Perkins 4.108 diesel engine with 40 gallons of fuel capacity. The age of the engine and hours of use are unknown. She was last serviced December 2015. The hydraulic steering at the Helm station makes driving her a pleasure. She has the 3 Lug Rigged Sails, which the owner reports offers 15 knots downwind with motor assist. Below decks, the galley consists of a double sink,small convection oven, and a small 4' refrigerator. Across from the galley is the Head with Toilet and a Chinese Bathtub. She doesn't have a water tank aboard, she uses a direct hook up to the shore water. Convection Oven and Fridge are 12 volt. The Main Salon is roomy with a 7' ceiling, a bunk seat and a fold out Bed. The rear salon under the aft deck is a low 5' ceiling which houses a double and single Bunk. You'll turn heads everyday on the water.