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$32,000

Miami Beach, Florida

Year 1991

Make Beneteau

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ngine hours (total): 500 length overall (LOA): 39 make / manufacturer: Beneteau propulsion type: sail year manufactured: 1991 length overall (LOA): 39 make / manufacturer: 1991 Beneteau Oceanis 390 propulsion type: sail year manufactured: 1991 Beneteau oceanis 390 owners version building 1991 powered by Universal diesel very good and clean boatThe BENETEAU Oceanis 390 (39')Owner's Version (Special Layout Design) is the two cabin layout, two head arrangement with separate walk in shower, A large L-Shaped sofa and large folding teak table, galley is to starboard entering from the cockpit, there is also a starboard entrance to the aft cabin, there is a large double berth, a sit down navigation station then aft a head, the main salon is very light and features center line teak table drop-leaf with L-shaped convertible settee at starboard, going forward the head is also starboard with hanging locker to port. The spacious salon is large enough for everyone. Boats for Sale Search YachtWorld United States (change) 1991 Beneteau Oceanis 390 Owners Version Boat Name NOBLE AMBITIONS Specs Builder: Beneteau Dimensions LOA: 39 ft 0 in Beam: 13 ft 5 in LWL: 36 ft 8 in Maximum Draft: 4 ft 6 in Bridge Clearance: 54 ft 5 in Engines Engine 1: Engine Brand: Universal Year Built: 1991 Engine Model: 3m20 Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel Engine Hours: 568 Tanks Fresh Water Tanks: (40 Gallons) Fuel Tanks: (45 Gallons) Holding Tanks: (1 Gallons) Accommodations Number of twin berths: 2 Number of cabins: 2 Number of heads: 2 Layout & Accommodations Salon: Headroom: 6'5 Lockers under berths with rigid water tank (40 gal.) Table with fiddlers, bottle rack Anodized aluminum mast support Deck liner with wooden panels, access to mast wires, sliding shutters Opening deck hatch Opening port in coach house Fixed porthole Bar and shelf along the hull Fluorescent light above table Cushions and backrests with removable covers Grab rail Teak and holly floorboards Forward Cabin: Double bed Lockers on the hull Stowing space under berth Seat with stowing space Shelf, drawer & mirror Hanging locker Two fixed ports Ventilation through dorade Ceiling light Two reading lights Curtains Wooden paneling and vinyl lining Forward head: Formica laminated bulkhead Marine toilet with holding tank Stowage with mirror and door Wash basin with hot and cold pressurized water with shower Opening deck hatch Ventilation through dorade Fluorescent light Accessories: glass with holder, towel holders, toilet paper holder Aft cabin: Double bed Shelf along the hull Hanging locker with mirror Vanity Drawer Settee with stowage Two opening ports on coach roof and cockpit Ceiling lamps Reading lamps Ventilation through dorade Access to back of engine, stern gland, engine water intake and electrical bilge pump Aft marine head with separate stall water Aft head: White Formica laminated bulkhead USCG Marine head with holding tank Washbasin with hot and cold pressurized water Mirror & Shelves Stowing space under washbasin Opening port Fixed port in hull Ceiling light Ventilation through dorade box Accessories: glass with holder, towel holders, toilet paper holder Separate shower Galley The well ventilated functional galley will bring out the cook in everyone. Designed for extended cruising, this vessel offers a large refrigerator/icebox, 3 burner stove with oven and hot &cold pressurized water, stainless steel sinks and stowage space. Hot/Cold pressure water in showers and galley, Immersion Heater & Calorifier , 12v Refrigerator , Cooker/Oven/Grill, Radio (VHF), Cockpit cushions, Showers with self-activated pump-out Electronics & Navigation Chart table with stowing space for charts Shelves under chart table Bookshelf Panel for navigation instruments Electronic panel, 16 functions, hinged for easy access to wiring Fluorescent light Chart reading light Electrical, Power & Plumbing 12v / 120v including shore supply, Hot/Cold pressure water in showers and galley , Immersion Heater & Calorifier , 12v Refrigerator , Cooker/Oven/Grill , Radio CD-Player ,Speakers in saloon and cockpit (with fader), Showers with electric pump-out Deck & Equipment Bow stemhead fitting with anchor roller, fast track attachment, and 2 fairleads with built-in rollers (patented) Self bailing anchor well with mooring eye Mechanical windlass One opening hatch for lighting and ventilation of front cabin and head Pulpit with navigation lights Opening aft push pit with horseshoe buoy support and teak flag pole Anodized aluminum toe rail with 4 fair heads in-corporating built-in rollers (patented), 2 aft and 2 amidships Stainless steel profiled stanchions Double s/s lifelines with opening gates Four dorades with s/s guards Genoa tracks with adjustable car Two teak grabrails Mainsail traveler with adjustable car One winch Lewmar 30 S/T or equivalent for main sheet with cleat One winch Lewmar 30S/T or equivalent for main halyard and reefing lines Two Footblocks Two Lewmar 46 S/T (or equivalent) genoa sheet winches with cleat Four blocks for reefing lines with jammers Two genoa turning blocks Slatted teak seating in cockpit Cockpit table Teak cockpit grating Steering wheel (leather covered) with pedestal compass Two sail lockers with life raft storage in cockpit One gas bottle locks One bathing platform, teak laid, with 2 lockers Rubber protection at base of transom S/s chain plates for shroud, forestay, baby stay and backstay One winch handle holder One double action manual bilge pump One aft self-bailing anchor well One aft anchor roller Swim ladder Companionway step/locker Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android

16 ft Prindle Catamaran Sailboat

$1,000

Boyne City, Michigan

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Sailboat may be seen in Lake Charlevoix near Sommerset Yacht Club.  It is in very good shape as are the sails.

30 Ft Sailboat

$5,000

Ashland, Wisconsin

Year 1983

Make S2

Model 9.2A

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Length 30.0

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1983 S2 9.2 Aft Cockpit Was hit by vehicle while in cradle $5,000Market Price just submitted in report from insurance company is $16,133NADA is $15,888Needs new rudder and shaft with some fiberglass work. Items: New Asymmetrical Spinnaker with Dousing Sock - All sheets / running gear etc.New Head and Holding TankRoller Furling150% GenoaPartially Battened MainSail CoverBiminiFull Cockpit Cover with SidesCockpit TableCockpit Seat CushionsSelf-Tailing Primary WinchesYanmar DieselHigh Output AlternatorDual Batteries with Smart ChargerCradleFull Winter Cover

1979 Hobie Cat Sailboat 16ft w/ Trailer

$1,500

San Diego, California

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1979 Hobie Cat Sailboat 16 feet long, in ok codition, includes sail and trailer. Asking $1,500 or best offer.

1969 Columbian 22 Sailboat

$2,599

Patchogue, New York

Year 1969

Make Columbian

Model 22 Sailboat

Category Sailboats

Length 23'

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1969 Columbian 22 Sailboat Thick hulled sailing vessel, sails in great shape, new awlgrip, rated for 8 passengers, shows Bristol, fixed keel draws 3 ft This vessel has sink and marine head below.  No disappointments, call Dave Glover immediately for more info and pixs.  1/19/16 PRICE REDUCTON, MUST SEE

1977 Helms 24' Sailboat

$2,900

Dawsonville, Georgia

Year 1977

Make Helms

Model 24' Sailboat

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4200 lbs./ 1905 kgs. / 839 kgs. Helms Co. type: Lead First Built: 1977 Last Built: # Built: 750 RIG DIMENSIONS KEY I(IG): 30.50' / 9.30m J: 10.50' / 3.20m P: 25.50' / 7.77m E: 9.00' / 2.74m PY: EY: SPL/TPS: ISP: SA(Fore.): 160.13 ft2 / 14.88 m2 SA(Main): 114.75 ft2 / 10.66 m2 Total(calc.)SA: 274.88 ft2 / 25.54 m2 DL ratio: 207.46 SA/Disp: 16.94 Est. SA/Disp.: 16.95 Bal./Disp.: 44.04% Disp./Len.: 207.46 Designer: Stuart Windley Builder: Jack A. (USA) Construct.: FG Bal. Ballast: 1850 lbs. Helms Co. Forestay Len.: 32.26' / 9.83m BUILDERS (past & present) More about & boats built by: Helms - Jack A. DESIGNER More about & boats designed by: Stuart Windley Sailboats Cruiser 3441 PSN . 1977 Helms 24' Sailboat Nice Sailboat Hull Type: Fin w/transom hung rudder Rig Type: Masthead Sloop LOA: 23.92' / 7.29m LWL: 20.83' / 6.35m Beam: 8.83' / 2.69m Listed SA: 275 ft2 / 25.55 m2 Draft (max.) 4.17' / 1.27m Draft (min.) Disp...

Sailboat 35 ft., Columbia 10.7 meters

$39,995

Richmond, California

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Sailboat, 1978 Columbia Yacht 10.7 Meters, 35' Wide-body Super-cruiser (roomy), Model 351, Alan Payne, Designer, Excellent Condition with recent upgrades, Great SF Bay and Coastal Cruiser. Wonderful live-aboard qualities. We have tried to price this fairly, however please feel free to make a reasonable offer. We are willing to work with a serious buyer to better understand what kind of boat you get for the price here in the SF Bay area. Please know there are significant differences between a regular 35' Columbia and 10.7 metered Columbia which is 35' in length. Columbia Yacht builders created a "metered series" which are more luxurious yachts with teak and holly flooring, lots of beautiful teak in the interior and much more along with the famous "wineglass" transom. LOA 35'2", LWL 26'7", Beam 11'4", Draft 5'5", Displacement 13,900 lbs., Ballast 5100 lbs., Sloop Rig, Sail Area Totals 532 sq. ft., Main 222 sq. ft., Foretriangle 310 sq. ft. Lifelines and Standing rigging, new in 1999 New in 2007: Foam and Upholstery in Interior, Dodger and Sail Cover. Custom Mattress in V-Berth includes built-in Memory foam on one side Diesel Fuel tank 30 gal., Water tanks 88 gal., Sleeps 6, Cabin Headroom 6'2", Vertical Clearance 47'4" Diesel Engine: Yanmar 2QM20, 22 H.P. @3000 RPM Marine Reversing Gearbox (transmission) Model KBW10 with 2.14 gear ratio (Factory New, installed in 2000); Bronze 14x14 3-bladed Propeller. 3 Sails: A Fully Battened Dacron Main; with 120% Dacron Genoa on a Harken Jib Reefing and Furling System; New in 1997/like new condition now, Asymmetrical Nylon Spinnaker with ATN Spinnaker Sleeve and ATN Tacker. Navtec Hydraulic Backstay Adjuster Simpson Lawrence Hyspeed 510 Double Action Lever Windlass, RCA60 (New in 1997); CQR 35 Bow anchor with 3/8" x 150' of Chain plus 5/8" x 90' Braided Rode with double bow anchor rollers. Electronics: Furuno Marine Radar, Model-1720, 7 ranges from 0.25 to 16 nm; Garmin GPS, Model 120; Two VHF Radios, 1 in Cockpit and 1 at Nav. Station; AM/FM Radio/Tape player with inside and outside speakers. Edson, Aft cockpit pedestal steering wheel; Autohelm ST 4000 Wheeldrive Autopilot; The 10.7 Sailboat has a traditional wineglass transom that pulls the quarter wave aft, dampens pitching and makes for a balanced helm at all angles of heel. Split stern rail with swim/safety ladder Quick Vang, Model B-18 (Boom Vang eliminates Topping Lift) 3-Burner Propane Stove with Oven, Like new condition Stainless Steel Davit, used for raising Outboard motor and stern anchor. Spinnaker Pole 14'5" x 3 1/8" Bottom painted and hull waxed in November, 2014. Many more items not listed. As is for $39,995. All items in photos are subject to change without notice. Please assume this is available for sale as I will remove the listing when sold. Your phone number with any questions is helpful, thank you.

36 ft Cape Dory Cutter Rig Sailboat

$73,900

Pensacola, Florida

Year 1982

Make Cape Dory

Model Cutter

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Length 36.2

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Designer: Carl Alberg , Boat Name: Solar Blue, Dimensions: Beam 10 ft 6 in, Maximum draft: 5 ft, Ballast: 6050 lbs, Bridge Clearance: 47 ft 5 in, Dry Weight; 16100 lbs, Engine: Perkins 4-108 50 HP diesel, Leisure Furl Boom by Forespar( roller furling boom system with electric winch) installed in 2002 present day cost for this item alone is $26,000 ( print out of cost for installation of this item available ) Mylar Tri-radial mainsail by Quantum 2002, Forespar rigid boom vang, #40 Electric self tailing Lewmar halyard winch 2013, #42 Lewmar self tailing genoa winches, Harken Roller Furling 2008, Dacron Staysail on self tending boom, 47'5" , Lewmar 16 stay sail winch in cockpit, Lewmar 7 mast mounted-yankee halyard, Lewmar 8 mast mounted staysail topping lift Reported bridge clearance, Keel stepped mast, Stainless Wire standing rigging inspected yearly New Cruise Air Reverse Cycle AC 10,000BTU 2013, Adler Barber refrigeration 2013,0 2/22# fortress anchors on chain all canvas new 2013, 6 docklines, 4 fenders, 2 boat hooks, MOB life sling,6life jackets, teak cockpit table,Edson pedestal steering,Elkhide wheel cover, Fresh Water- 96 gal, Fuel- 53 gal, Holding tanks 35 gal. Accommodation ; entry down 4 steps into the salon with immediate access to ships AC/DC service panel, galley to portside aft, quarter berth & Nav/chart table to starboard side aft. Nav table has wet locker underneath. The quarter berth that follows provides seating for the Nav. table. The well laid out U-shaped galley has 3 burner propane stove/oven "gimbled" for cooking while underway. New Adler Barber refrig. 2013, pantry dry box, new microwave 2013 and double SS sinks. Large settee both portside & starboard. Port settee is L-shaped and extending inboard to form double berth. Large dining table that serves both settee's and stores out of the way onto the port bulkhead. Abundant storage throughout the cabin. Forward companionway has hanging locker with set drawers and houses new AC unit servicing both the main cabin as well as forward V-Berth cabin. Full size head with private door to the port side, vanity, sink, shower & storage. Forward stateroom has private bi-fold door, large vee-berth w/filler cushion, shelves above berth, locker under, hanging locker & bureau, side opening port windows, "Solarblue" has the second generation Cape Dory 36 interior meaning that the finish is varnished with a rubbed effect for a beautiful rich teak interior and new cabin sole 2013 New canvas throughout, new bottom job April 2015,new topside Awlgrip nonskid 2013, new Alwgrip hull Nov.2012, Electronics & Navigation- Raymarine C80 Radar/GPS/Depth with US/Bahamas chip; Raymarine ST60 + Depth/Wind/Speed; Raymarine Autopilot EV-100(2013); IOCM IC M56 VHF; Jensen AM/FM/CD Stereo, Danforth Constellation 5" compass This list goes on so please contact me for further details/specs

1982 Ericson 30+ Sailboat

$13,000

Islamorada, Florida

Year 1982

Make Ericson

Model 30 Plus

Category Racer Boats

Length 32.0

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I lived on this boat for 3 years and sailed it from TX with my husband who is not here anymore. Someone was living on it the last 4 months and did a few repairs as well so its very well taken care of. So far this is what i know about the boat: it has An inboard 5416 Diesel 16HP water cooled engine. Two mainsails in above average condition, two roller furling Genoas, Storm jib and Crusing Spinnaker with snuff ring. 47.2 ft mast, 4 ft Keel. Manual head, engine serviced and cooling system cleaned 2 years ago at least. Some minor cosmetic wears and tares. I own the title. And have the new registration. Anchored behind the Lorelei @ mm 81.9

Crusing Catamaran Sailboat

$165,000

Slidell, Louisiana

Year 1990

Make Fountaine Pajot

Model Fiji

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Length 38.5

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Cha Ching is a very well maintained and upgraded cruising catamaran. She sails fast and points to wind better than most catamarans. The large centrally located helm station allows for visibility at all four corners of the vessel, and features two entrances to the salon. The galley up configuration and ample 6 seat dining table makes entertaining fun for everyone. This fine vessel is offered at $165,000, which is significantly less than the last appraised value (appraisal available upon request). Owner has purchased a new catamaran and is motivated to sell. Bring all offers! Reliable low cost delivery of vessel by licensed captain available. DIMENSIONS: LOA- 38.5 ft. BEAM- 21 ft. DRAFT- 4’2 MAST HEIGHT- 58.5 ft. MANUFACTURER: Fountaine Pajot 1990, Model- Fiji NUMBER OF CABINS: 4 (2 Heads with showers) TANKAGE: Fuel- 55 gallons upgraded stainless tanks, Water- 120 gallons main tank, 45 gallons reserve (aluminum). Two holding tanks with macerator pumps (one each hull). ENGINES: 2 Inboard Diesel- Volvo Penta, Model- 2002 Approximately 1500 hours each TENDER: 12 foot AB hard bottom inflatable with 15 HP Evinrude (2 stroke) ELECTRONICS: All new Garmin Electronics in 2014 including Garmin 546-S Chart Plotter with blue chart chips, GMI-10 (one at nav station and 3 at helm), GHC 10 autopilot with GHC10 wireless remote, Standard Horizon VHF with DSC connected to GPS at nav station, with Ram 3 microphone at helm, ICOM M802 Single Sideband Radio, JRC 1500 MK II Radar, West Marine Submersible hand held VHF radio, Pioneer DH 2200 UB with Ipod and Iphone connectivity. MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL: Pressurized hot and cold water to heads and galley. Hot water produced from heat exchanger on Stbd. Engine. Hot and cold shower on transom at cockpit. Fully air conditioned with Cruiseair STX-16 (16,000 BTU reverse cycle unit new in 2012) and one 6000 BTU unit in each hull. House Batteries- 8- 6 volt golf cart batteries new in 2015, and one starting battery 12v new in 2015. All LED nav lights installed 2014. Halogen salon lights replaced with LED lights, courtesy rope lights for “mood lighting”. 2 automatic and manual electric bilge pumps, one manual bilge pump in cockpit. 6 solar panels mounted on bimini with charge controller, Kiss wind generator on davits. Set up for water maker under Stb. forward berth with electrical and plumbing connections installed. New Barber Adler refrigerator (new compressor installed 2015) and Engle refrigerator/freezer in Port forward cabin. New 2000 watt charger inverter installed in 2014 with AC outlets in each cabin, head, galley, and nav station. ENO brand Propane 3 burner stove and propane grill at transom. Yamaha 3200 EFI gas generator powers AC system. DECK AND SAILING EQUIPMENT: Fractional rig aluminum Z-Spar mast and boom, with 3 Lewmar winches at mast base. Mainsail new in 2010 (heavy cruising main with 3 reefing positions). Boom vang installed 2010. Genoa on roller reefing with UV protective canvass and padeyes for downwind sailing. 2 large Lewmar 45 winches at cockpit and 2 smaller Lewmar winches for traveler. 65 lb. CQR anchor on crossbeam roller with 200 foot 5/8” chain rhode. Goiot electric windlass. Large plow anchor with 100’ chain and rope rhode, and one mud anchor. 6 aluminum mooring cleats. Crossbeam reinforced and compression post added in 2012. Dinghy on stainless davits with stainless steel chain, anchor, etc. Fully enclosed cockpit with custom canvass enclosure that allows for operation of vessel while deployed (with spare set of new forward dodger windows) ADDITONAL NOTES: This vessel has sailed all over the Caribbean and proven herself more than capable for longer offshore bluewater cruising. The boat is equipped with spares like fresh water pump, engine parts (alternator and starter motor, impellers, gaskets, relays, etc.). Other amenities like custom made sunscreen that fits over the entire bow and salon of vessel is included. The vessel recently had all bottom paint removed by soda blasting and new epoxy barrier coat installed along with new Trinidad SR bottom paint (high copper content). The large roomy cockpit comes equipped with 2 large storage lockers, and newly varnished teak benches and drain boards. Aft of the cockpit is a 2 foot varnished teak dinghy dock with plenty of room for generator, large cooler and space for shower and rinsing snorkel equipment. All bilges were sanded and repainted in 2014. New holding tanks and macerator pumps installed 2015. The boat comes with a newly certified 6 person valise life raft which was purchased in 2012. You must see this vessel in person to fully appreciate the level of maintenance and upgrades that have been done to this boat. She is truly ready to sail away.

ENDEAVOUR 33 SAILBOAT 1984

$19,500

Rome, New York

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Classic, fast shoal draft cruiser with rich teak interior, AC and heat, and lots of extras. Spacious salon. If you are in the market for your first family sailboat or looking for a vessel to explore the coastal US, then you need to see this sturdy 1984 Endeavour sailboat. Traditional layout, comfortable and ready to explore. Good setup for the solo sailor. She would also make a very nice live aboard! Current yard rent paid until October 2014. Family illness forces sale. SPECIFICATIONS LOA: 32' 7" LWL: 27' 6" Beam: 11' 6" Draft: 4' 6" Displ.: 11,350 lbs. Ballast: 4,600 lbs. enclosed lead Mast Height above DWL: 48' 9" Rigging: Masthead Sloop Sail Area: 539.5 sq. ft. Main Sail Area: 228.15 sq. ft. Fore Sail Area: (100%) 310.5 sq. ft. SA/D: 17.09 B/D: 40.50 % D/L: 244 Hull Speed: 7.3 knots PHRF - Northeast: 156 Designer: Bruce Kelley Fuel Capacity: 36 gallons Fresh Water Capacity: Approx. 56 gallons Holding Tank: 12.5 gallonsACCOMMODATIONS Spacious Saloon with beautiful solid teak doors and cabinetry throughout. Traditional layout in good condition. V-Berth forward. Salon features L-shaped port settee (converts to double) with a fold away table and starboard bench settee. Single quarter berth & navigation table to port. Galley to starboard. · Nav. Station: Flip Top chart table at forward edge of Quarter berth, three drawers, Rolled chart storage · Head: Located aft of the master to port with vanity, holding tank, head, sun shower, bulkhead mirror, three lockers, drawer, fiddled shelf storage and screened port · Teak bulkhead mounted table with hinged extension and bookshelf/cabinet behind. · Blue upholstered settees/berths in good shape · Generous lighting throughout. TV/FM coaxial cable wiring at shelf over hanging locker · Berths: 6 · Headroom: 6' 2" ENGINE & MECHANICAL · Yanmar 3GM30F Diesel, fresh water cooled, professionally and regularly maintained. · Engine hours: 1,625. · Racor fuel filter · Dripless stuffing box · 3-blade bronze prop, serviced · 36 gallon, welded aluminum fuel oil tank HULL & DECK · Solid KlegeCell foam core decks (no balsa to rot), no soft spots anywhere. No hull blisters. · Skeg mounted rudder for directional stability and strength · Anchor roller at bow · Bruce anchor w/ chain, 200’ 5/8” rode in deep bow locker, excellent condition · Secondary Danforth anchor with chain & rode · Teak hand rails · Anodized aluminum toe rails · Propane deck locker, stbd., with aluminum tank, manual & electric shut-off · West Marine propane kettle grill and canvas cover-like new · Outboard motor mount · Custom foam cockpit cushions · S/S swim ladder · Boarding gates P & S · Fenders & dock lines · Cockpit Speakers · Companionway teak boards, refinished, stow in stbd. lazarette storage pockets. · Companionway swing doors, removable (need repair HELM · Edson pedestal w/38" SS destroyer wheel with 2 instrument pods · 5” Danforth compass in SS hood · Teak folding cockpit table · Removable Edson teak drink caddy SAFETY · Type III PFD's · LifeSling · CO Monitor · Fire Extinguishers · Flare kit · 12V Bilge Pump · Manual bilge pump · First Aid Kit SALON · Spacious interior layout with large fold-out table (shelves behind) · Abundant drawer and locker storage throughout. · 10 opening ports & two large overhead hatches · Teak & holly sole in good condition · Several 12v lighting fixtures · 12 volt fan · 1 Wood framed companionway screen · 1 Wood framed hatch screen GALLEY · SS Galley Maid propane stove and oven · Large icebox with shelves · Adler Barbour 12V refrigeration · SS Sink with H/C pressure water · Microwave oven · Flo-Jet 12 Volt electric water pump, demand type with an accumulator tank. · Whale foot operated water pump in the galley (needs mounting). · Beautiful solid teak stove-top/cutting board with green Silestone insert, with storage slot · Built-in plate and utensil storage · Wine glass rack · Cookware and tableware V-BERTH · V-berth 6'6" · 12 V fan & Solar powered vent fan in hatch · 1 Wood framed Hatch screen · 2 drawers, 2 side shelves & cabinet HEAD · Enclosed head with shower & sump pump · SS sink with hot & cold pressure water · Teak cabinets and storage · Holding tank monitor · Holding Tank: 12.5 gallons with Y-valve and pump-out ELECTRONICS · Autohelm with hand-held remote · West Marine VHF580 Radio · Depth Sounder · Knot meter · Aiwa 40 watt Stereo FM/AM/Aux input with 2 interior KLH speakers and 2 cockpit speakers · Mast-mounted TV-FM antenna · Mast-top VHF antenna ELECTRICAL · 12,000 BTU CruisAir Air conditioning / heating · Breaker Panel: 12 volt DC; 110 volt AC · 4 Batteries (2-12V, 2-6V) · Battery isolator · Xantrex 40Watt multistage battery charger · 110 volt 30A Ship-to-shore cable - 50 ft. · Seaward SS water heater, 6 gallon, 115 VAC/ heat exchanger. · 2 Mast-mounted P&S deck lights · Chart table gooseneck light - red · Brinkman Q-Beam 12V Spotlight, 400,000 CP CANVAS · Two-part full-deck awning/sun-shade (a $1,400 item) · Bimini on SS frame · Helm cover · Sail Cover · Winch covers · SS dodger frame-no canvas STANDING RIGGING · Hood roller furling on head stay · SS wire standing rigging & chain plates · Four (4) each port & stbd. shrouds · Keel-stepped aluminum spar-Exc. Cond. RUNNING RIGGING · Two (2) Lewmar No. 43 two speed self-tailing primary winches w/covers. · Two (2) Lewmar No. 8 single speed mast mount halyard winches. · 2 winch handles · Harken 4:1 ball-bearing mid-boom mainsheet traveler, cabin mounted · Hardware in place / sail cover designed for lazy-jack system. Needs lines. · Genoa tracks with twin-sheet Schaeffer blocks, port and stbd. · Dacron braid sheets · Dacron braid halyards, internal & external, outhaul & topping lift · Aft turning (cheek) blocks port & stbd. SAILS · Footless main sail - new and unused · Original main sail · Genoa head sail - roller furling with UV stripe FRESH WATER TANKS · Polypropylene tank mounted below the stbd. settee, 36 gallons · Polypropylene tank located under port side aft quarter berth, est. 20 gallons, w/ separate deck fillSPARES / EXTRAS / OTHER · Includes 5 Hostar stackable jack stands for off-season layup ($1,000 value) · 4 – 10”x10”x2’ Hickory staging blocks · New Beckson port screens · Tool set in drawer · Hatch WindScoop for ventilation · Stern flagstaff & flag · All manuals, incl. Yanmar · 115VAC Vacuum cleaner · New extra odor-resistant hose for sanitary plumbing · Deck brush, cabin brush and dust pan · Boat hook · Custom compact winter cover scaffolding-ready for tarp (shown in photos) · V-belts, engine hoses, hardware, etc. RECENT UPGRADES INCLUDE · Brand new main sail - never used · Epoxy hull re-faring · Cushions covers removed, cleaned & repaired · Compass serviced · Holding tank seal maintenance, cleanout and sanitizing · New shaft zinc · Bottom paint (9/2014) · Hull polish & wax (9/2014) Work Needed: Woodwork around forward port lights in main salon needs to be repaired/replaced. Bright work: hand rails, cockpit table and taffrailNew price reflects work needed on rudder. Recent repair did not work to seal it and there is water inside. SS rudder post is good and rudder seems solid, is probably serviceable but may ultimately need better repair or replacement. Price: US $ 19,500Located in Rome, NY on the Erie Canal (accessible to Lake Champlain, the Atlantic Ocean or the Great Lakes). This vessel is sold AS IS, WHERE IS.Not included / Negotiable: 8.5' Zodiac/West Marine dinghy, RU260, with oars, pump, bag, repair kit, plus 3.3 hp Mercury outboard - excellent. $950New-in-box Lewmar 1000 Pro-Series 12V Windlass, Stainless Steel. $700Pair (2) of new Lewmar Ocean Series 16CST Self-Tailing Winches, Chromed Bronze. $950 Call: 315-733-7305 (H) Text: 315-368-4939 (C) Email: Mallend@roadrunner.comRESOURCES Endeavour 33: http://www.endeavourowners.com/boats/e33/e33brochure.pdf http://sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=1878 http://sailboatdata.com/view_builder.asp?builder_id=27 http://sailboatdata.com/view_designer.asp?designer_id=162 Zodiac/WM RU-260 Inflatable “Roll-Up” Dinghy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0FSSffq5zM http://www.inriodulce.com/lostandfound/RU260.html Mercury 3.3 hp Outboard: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLY-tuSCkK4 http://www.mercury-marine.eu/mercury/en/Products/Products.aspx?Model=TwoStroke%203.3 Lewmar Winch 16CST: http://lewmar.com/products.asp?id=8150&lid=25361

ENDEAVOUR 33 SAILBOAT 1984

$26,500

Rome, New York

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Classic, fast shoal draft cruiser with rich teak interior, AC and heat, and lots of extras. Spacious salon. If you are in the market for your first family sailboat or looking for a vessel to explore the coastal US, then you need to see this sturdy 1984 Endeavour sailboat. Traditional layout, comfortable and ready to explore. Good setup for the solo sailor. She would also make a very nice live aboard! Current yard rent paid until October 2014. Family illness forces sale. SPECIFICATIONS LOA: 32' 7" LWL: 27' 6" Beam: 11' 6" Draft: 4' 6" Displ.: 11,350 lbs. Ballast: 4,600 lbs. enclosed lead Mast Height above DWL: 48' 9" Rigging: Masthead Sloop Sail Area: 539.5 sq. ft. Main Sail Area: 228.15 sq. ft. Fore Sail Area: (100%) 310.5 sq. ft. SA/D: 17.09 B/D: 40.50 % D/L: 244 Hull Speed: 7.3 knots PHRF - Northeast: 156 Designer: Bruce Kelley Fuel Capacity: 36 gallons Fresh Water Capacity: Approx. 56 gallons Holding Tank: 12.5 gallonsACCOMMODATIONS Spacious Saloon with beautiful solid teak doors and cabinetry throughout. Traditional layout in good condition. V-Berth forward. Salon features L-shaped port settee (converts to double) with a fold away table and starboard bench settee. Single quarter berth & navigation table to port. Galley to starboard. · Nav. Station: Flip Top chart table at forward edge of Quarter berth, three drawers, Rolled chart storage · Head: Located aft of the master to port with vanity, holding tank, head, sun shower, bulkhead mirror, three lockers, drawer, fiddled shelf storage and screened port · Teak bulkhead mounted table with hinged extension and bookshelf/cabinet behind. · Blue upholstered settees/berths in good shape · Generous lighting throughout. TV/FM coaxial cable wiring at shelf over hanging locker · Berths: 6 · Headroom: 6' 2" ENGINE & MECHANICAL · Yanmar 3GM30F Diesel, fresh water cooled, professionally and regularly maintained. · Engine hours: 1,625. · Racor fuel filter · Dripless stuffing box · 3-blade bronze prop, serviced · 36 gallon, welded aluminum fuel oil tank HULL & DECK · Solid KlegeCell foam core decks (no balsa to rot), no soft spots anywhere. No hull blisters. · Skeg mounted rudder for directional stability and strength · Anchor roller at bow · Bruce anchor w/ chain, 200’ 5/8” rode in deep bow locker, excellent condition · Secondary Danforth anchor with chain & rode · Teak hand rails · Anodized aluminum toe rails · Propane deck locker, stbd., with aluminum tank, manual & electric shut-off · West Marine propane kettle grill and canvas cover-like new · Outboard motor mount · Custom foam cockpit cushions · S/S swim ladder · Boarding gates P & S · Fenders & dock lines · Cockpit Speakers · Companionway teak boards, refinished, stow in stbd. lazarette storage pockets. · Companionway swing doors, removable (need repair HELM · Edson pedestal w/38" SS destroyer wheel with 2 instrument pods · 5” Danforth compass in SS hood · Teak folding cockpit table · Removable Edson teak drink caddy SAFETY · Type III PFD's · LifeSling · CO Monitor · Fire Extinguishers · Flare kit · 12V Bilge Pump · Manual bilge pump · First Aid Kit SALON · Spacious interior layout with large fold-out table (shelves behind) · Abundant drawer and locker storage throughout. · 10 opening ports & two large overhead hatches · Teak & holly sole in good condition · Several 12v lighting fixtures · 12 volt fan · 1 Wood framed companionway screen · 1 Wood framed hatch screen GALLEY · SS Galley Maid propane stove and oven · Large icebox with shelves · Adler Barbour 12V refrigeration · SS Sink with H/C pressure water · Microwave oven · Flo-Jet 12 Volt electric water pump, demand type with an accumulator tank. · Whale foot operated water pump in the galley (needs mounting). · Beautiful solid teak stove-top/cutting board with green Silestone insert, with storage slot · Built-in plate and utensil storage · Wine glass rack · Cookware and tableware V-BERTH · V-berth 6'6" · 12 V fan & Solar powered vent fan in hatch · 1 Wood framed Hatch screen · 2 drawers, 2 side shelves & cabinet HEAD · Enclosed head with shower & sump pump · SS sink with hot & cold pressure water · Teak cabinets and storage · Holding tank monitor · Holding Tank: 12.5 gallons with Y-valve and pump-out ELECTRONICS · Autohelm with hand-held remote · West Marine VHF580 Radio · Depth Sounder · Knot meter · Aiwa 40 watt Stereo FM/AM/Aux input with 2 interior KLH speakers and 2 cockpit speakers · Mast-mounted TV-FM antenna · Mast-top VHF antenna ELECTRICAL · 12,000 BTU CruisAir Air conditioning / heating · Breaker Panel: 12 volt DC; 110 volt AC · 4 Batteries (2-12V, 2-6V) · Battery isolator · Xantrex 40Watt multistage battery charger · 110 volt 30A Ship-to-shore cable - 50 ft. · Seaward SS water heater, 6 gallon, 115 VAC/ heat exchanger. · 2 Mast-mounted P&S deck lights · Chart table gooseneck light - red · Brinkman Q-Beam 12V Spotlight, 400,000 CP CANVAS · Two-part full-deck awning/sun-shade (a $1,400 item) · Bimini on SS frame · Helm cover · Sail Cover · Winch covers · SS dodger frame-no canvas STANDING RIGGING · Hood roller furling on head stay · SS wire standing rigging & chain plates · Four (4) each port & stbd. shrouds · Keel-stepped aluminum spar-Exc. Cond. RUNNING RIGGING · Two (2) Lewmar No. 43 two speed self-tailing primary winches w/covers. · Two (2) Lewmar No. 8 single speed mast mount halyard winches. · 2 winch handles · Harken 4:1 ball-bearing mid-boom mainsheet traveler, cabin mounted · Hardware in place / sail cover designed for lazy-jack system. Needs lines. · Genoa tracks with twin-sheet Schaeffer blocks, port and stbd. · Dacron braid sheets · Dacron braid halyards, internal & external, outhaul & topping lift · Aft turning (cheek) blocks port & stbd. SAILS · Footless main sail - new and unused · Original main sail · Genoa head sail - roller furling with UV stripe FRESH WATER TANKS · Polypropylene tank mounted below the stbd. settee, 36 gallons · Polypropylene tank located under port side aft quarter berth, est. 20 gallons, w/ separate deck fillSPARES / EXTRAS / OTHER · Includes 5 Hostar stackable jack stands for off-season layup ($1,000 value) · 4 – 10”x10”x2’ Hickory staging blocks · New Beckson port screens · Tool set in drawer · Hatch WindScoop for ventilation · Stern flagstaff & flag · All manuals, incl. Yanmar · 115VAC Vacuum cleaner · New extra odor-resistant hose for sanitary plumbing · Deck brush, cabin brush and dust pan · Boat hook · Custom compact winter cover scaffolding-ready for tarp (shown in photos) · V-belts, engine hoses, hardware, etc. RECENT UPGRADES INCLUDE · Brand new main sail - never used · Epoxy hull re-faring · Cushions covers removed, cleaned & repaired · Compass serviced · Holding tank seal maintenance, cleanout and sanitizing · New shaft zinc · Bottom paint (9/2014) · Hull polish & wax (9/2014) Work Needed: Woodwork around forward port lights in main salon needs to be repaired/replaced. Bright work: hand rails, cockpit table and taffrail.Price: US $ 26,500Located in Rome, NY on the Erie Canal (accessible to Lake Champlain, the Atlantic Ocean or the Great Lakes). This vessel is sold AS IS, WHERE IS.Not included / Negotiable: 8.5' Zodiac/West Marine dinghy, RU260, with oars, pump, bag, repair kit, plus 3.3 hp Mercury outboard - excellent. $1,200New-in-box Lewmar 1000 Pro-Series 12V Windlass, Stainless Steel. $700Pair (2) of new Lewmar Ocean Series 16CST Self-Tailing Winches, Chromed Bronze. $950 Call: 315-733-7305 (H) Text: 315-368-4939 (C) Email: Mallend@roadrunner.comRESOURCES Endeavour 33: http://www.endeavourowners.com/boats/e33/e33brochure.pdf http://sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=1878 http://sailboatdata.com/view_builder.asp?builder_id=27 http://sailboatdata.com/view_designer.asp?designer_id=162 Zodiac/WM RU-260 Inflatable “Roll-Up” Dinghy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0FSSffq5zM http://www.inriodulce.com/lostandfound/RU260.html Mercury 3.3 hp Outboard: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLY-tuSCkK4 http://www.mercury-marine.eu/mercury/en/Products/Products.aspx?Model=TwoStroke%203.3 Lewmar Winch 16CST: http://lewmar.com/products.asp?id=8150&lid=25361

Compac 16 Sailboat with trailer and 4 Sails

$1,200

Muscle Shoals, Alabama

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This is a 1974 Compac 16 Sailboat 16 ft in length. With 4 Sails and Trailer. The boat is in excellent condition for its age. The only flaw other than usuall scratches and scuffs of any boat it that it is missing about 6 ft of rub rail around the transom. this is hardly noticable. a $20 fix but since it is hardly noticable I have just never fixed it. The Compac 16 is one of the Safest easy to sail boat you can buy. it has a weighted keel for exceptional stability. even in high winds. and is very easy to rig and sail. perfect for learning to sail . and just taking out the kids for a day sailing. it does have a small cabin with two beds that can accomidate two people overnight. or store the extra sails and food and drinks for the day and also comes with a porta potti for natures neccesities during the day. It comes with 4 Sails the Main, two jibs (110 and a 130) and a spinaker with a whisker pole. The boat has a teak floor that can be raised flush with the seats to make a deck for lawn chairs and so forth. The trailer is in good condition and makes the launching and transporting of the boat very easy. and ready to go anywhere. Again the Compac 16 is a very tough and durable boat and one of the easiest and safest boats you can sail , even in high winds not recommended for boats of this size it safely handles them when a sudden gust comes up , once it heels to a certain angle it depowers itself and makes capsize highly unlikely, and with the weighted keel , if it was to capsize (highly unlikely) it would right itself. plus I think it is one of the prettiest sailboats made and looks cool on the water. If you have any questions feel free to contact me

Rebel 16 Mark II Sailboat with Aluminum Trailer

$999

Angola, Indiana

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Category Daysailer Sailboats

Length 16.6'

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Stable fiberglass sailing boat carries six people (or 1170 pounds). Includes trailer, full rigging, and TWO suits of sails. One suit of sails is in like new condition, the other set is in very good condition. Serial number 1929 (built in late sixties to early seventies I believe). The centerboard swings up into the cockpit, so you can change the depth to dock in shallow water. The rudder also swivels up if it hits an obstruction. The trolling motor in the photos is not included. There is, however a permanent motor mount on the stern. The boat will take up to a 5hp motor, but my 30lb. thrust trolling motor drives it around just fine. The boat is located on West Otter Lake, Angola, IN. Buyer with the selling price in cash or Pay Pal payment can drive it away. (Trailer takes an 1 7/8" ball hitch.) The following article from Sailing Magazine gives a great description of Rebel sailboats. You can access the original on SailingMagazine.net. Rebel 16 2008 January 8 By Staff This nimble and tough classic is perfect for a daysail or a day of racing This year the boat that holds claim to being America's first production fiberglass one-design will celebrate its 60th birthday. That the boat is still in production makes this milestone that much more remarkable. In 1948, fresh out of the Navy, Ray Greene began building a 16-foot family daysailer out of his Toledo, Ohio, shop using a revolutionary new material called fiberglass. The design of the boat was based on lines drawn by a local high school drawing instructor by the name of Alvin Younquist. With its wide, 6-foot, 7-inch beam and 110-pound steel centerboard the stable little boat known as the Rebel soon became a hit on the Midwest's inland lakes. And while Greene said he never intended to create a racer, thanks to the boat's performance-courtesy of a large 120-square-foot main and 46-square-foot jib on a fractional rig-it wasn't long before a competitive structure was built around the boat. By 1952 a class association had been firmly established and by 1963 the class boasted 138 active members. Not bad. Fleets started popping up across the Midwest, south into Kentucky and all the way down to Texas. Meanwhile, class members could be found sailing the inland lakes of the Eastern Seaboard from New York to Florida. After 25 years of building the Rebel, with more than 3,000 hulls produced, Greene was ready to call it quits and sold the works to a group of Chicago investors. Production of the Rebel continued at a steady pace during the 1970s, and was done under a number of names: Melling Tool Co., Rebel Industries and finally Spindrift One Designs. After Spindrift folded, the Rebel moved to Michigan in 1988 when Nickels Boat Works of Fenton took over with the production of the Mark V model. Nickels continues to build the Rebel, offering buyers a choice of a daysailer version for $9,860 or the optimum racing version for $11,872 less sails and trailer. A stainless steel centerboard now comes standard with the Rebel. Nickels also continues to be a great source for parts and accessories, as well as information, on the Rebel. One tough Rebel While there have been reports of problems with the foam flotation on older boats becoming waterlogged, that has been less of a problem on boats from the 1970s and later. Other than that, a buyer of a used Rebel should find few issues with the condition of this durable little boat. Indeed, boats 25 years and older will still top regatta leaderboards. "They're well made, very rugged boats that will last forever," said Al Vorel, National Rebel Association Commodore, who has been racing the same boat, No. 3914, for almost 20 years. "You don't have to run out every 5 to 10 years to buy a new boat." This is one of the reasons for the longevity of the class. Boats tend to stay in the family, passed down from parent to child, with the younger generations wanting to keep the racing going. "My mother races, and my daughter sometimes races, so there are times we'll have three generations on the course," Vorel said. This also, of course, keeps a lot of boats off the market, and finding a used Rebel can be a bit of a challenge. But thanks to the Internet, it's possible to locate a few sellers. Prices can vary from just under $1,000 for an older boat in need of some work to $3,000 or more for a later model. Buyers can typically expect to pay in the neighborhood of $1,500 for a pre-Nickels-era boat in good shape. We were fortunate enough to find a late 1970s Rebel listed for sale on www.craigslist.org. Better yet, the seller was within trailering distance. The offer on the boat was $1,400, so we drove out to take a look. The boat was well cared for, kept under a roof winters, and showed no structural damage. Other than some algae stains and scuff marks the finish looked good, and all the gear was there, including the main and jib, which the owner said he bought new about seven years ago. We did see some possible issues, including a rusty, pitted centerboard and a wooden rudder that looked to have some rotting. So we offered to pay the full $1,400 if the owner threw in the trailer, which he originally wanted an extra $200 for. The deal was closed and we drove off with the Rebel in tow. Rebel with a cause With the boat parked in our yard the first item of business we wanted to take care of was the rusty centerboard. Nickels offers a stainless steel replacement board, and we could picture how sweet the boat would look with a shiny new stainless fin. Unfortunately, these centerboards run close to $1,000; more than two-thirds the cost of the entire boat. So such an extravagant purchase didn't make much sense. Instead we set about rehabilitating the old board. We removed, with a bit of difficulty, the 110-pound board and set in on sawhorses. The first step was to remove the old paint using paint stripper, then power sanding. We then slathered on some Duro Naval Jelly to remove the rust, wiping down everything with paper towels then finishing up with a clean, acetone-soaked rag. Next, we filled in the pits and hollows with West Marine Surfacing Putty, and sanded everything smooth. We made certain the blade was fair by running a straight edge along the board. We also further faired the rounded leading edge of the board to within the class rule limits, which prohibit tapering less than 1/16th of an inch and more than one inch in from the leading edge. We then primed the board with several coats of Interlux Primocon primer, which when dried we wet sanded with 400-grit paper, and finished with a couple coats of Interlux VC-17m Extra bottom paint. With the centerboard done, we then turned to the rudder. An ice pick determined the wood was beginning to rot near the lower trailing edge. We probably could have rehabilitated the rudder as well, but since we had saved some money by not replacing the centerboard we decided to spring for a new rudder. We opted for a fiberglass blade, supplied by Nickels for $375. This cost covered just the blade, as the original aluminum rudder cheeks and hardware were still in good shape. While we were on the phone with Nickels, we decided to order all new running rigging to replace the weathered lines the boat came with. This included lines for the cunningham, boom vang, centerboard system, as well as sheets and halyards for both main and jib. The total for 112 feet of ¼-inch line and 105 feet of 5/16-inch line came to $100. Next we took a closer look at the standing rigging. The spars showed no defects, and with a bit of metal polish and elbow grease the rotating mast, boom and aluminum whisker pole looked good as new. The 1-by-9 stainless steel shrouds and forestay also showed no visible defects. We did, however, find the diamond stays on the mast to be tuned rather tight. According to the North Sail's One-Design tuning guide for the Rebel, an overly tight diamond can limit fore and aft mast bend, and can even cause negative pre-bend, where the mast bends forward at the tip. Since we want to have a competitive boat, we loosened the diamond tension and will readjust after doing some sea trials. As we said, we ultimately wanted to race our Rebel and didn't want a slow boat. So obviously the 7-year-old suit of sails had to go. This would be our biggest expense, and a new suit of sails would alone exceed the original cost of the boat. A new main and standard jib (a light air jib is also available) from North Sails set us back $1,615, which included $20 for class royalties but not shipping. Certainly this was a blow to our budget, but we rationalized it by thinking about the fun we would be having with some close racing come summer. Our last order of business was getting our bottom clean and smooth. We first scrubbed the hull down with a detergent then wet sanded everything below the rails to a slick surface with 1,200-grit paper. After a rinse and wipe down with the hose and clean towels we were satisfied we had a slick bottom. We finished off by treating all our hardware and moving bits to a little McLube Sailkote spray. We now have what we feel will be a contender on the course for our racing crew of two. Yet, with the roomy Rebel cockpit that can seat six, we're also looking forward to some lazy summer daysailing when friends and family show up. Either way, we'll certainly get our money's worth from this tough but nimble little classic. LOA 16' 1.5" LWL 15' 10" Beam 6' 7.5" Draft 3' 4" Weight 700 lbs, Sail area 166 sq. ft.

Catalina 30Tall Rig Sailboat

$19,900

Bridgeport, Connecticut

Year 1989

Make Catalina

Model 30 Tall Rig

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Length 30.0

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Im the second owner of this beautiful boat since 2011 and I have All documentation for entire history, maintaining etc... The Catalina 30 has proved to be one of the most popular sailing vessels afloat. This entry level boat is safe, and spacious. With the combination of self tailing winches, and furling Genoa make her a very simple single handed sailor. This is a fine example of the line, she shows well and will need minimal effort to get her out there. Why not? Come take a look!Boat NameSOLINASpecsKeel: FINDimensionsLOA: 29 ft 11 inBeam: 10 ft 10 inMaximum Draft: 5 ft 3 inDisplacement: 10200 lbsBallast: 4200 lbsHeadroom: 6 ft 0 inEnginesTotal Power: 23 HPEngine 1:Engine Brand: Universal DieselYear Built: 1989Engine Model: MX-25 Engine Type: InboardEngine/Fuel Type: DieselEngine Hours: 1500Propeller: 3 blade propellerDrive Type: Direct DriveEngine Power: 23 HPTanksFresh Water Tanks:1 (43 Gallons) 2( 25 Gallons) Fuel Tanks: (16) Gallons)Holding Tanks: (17 Gallons)AccommodationsNumber of single berths: 1Number of double berths: 2Number of cabins: 1Number of heads: 1ElectronicsCockpit speakersCompassVHFDepthsounderLog-speedometerAuto Pilot -wind speedoSailsFurling genoaBattened mainsailspinnakerRiggingSteering wheelInside EquipmentHot waterMicrowave ovenElectric bilge pumpMarine headManual bilge pumpBattery chargerRefrigeratorgas stove Electrical EquipmentShore power inletElectrical Circuit: 110V20Amp charger Outside Equipment/Extrasshower Cockpit tableSwimming ladderCoversBimini TopDoger Deck cousin Please contact.cell 203-583-1033.email.msrsiding@yahoo.com