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1993 Catalina Waterfowler 15

$28,500.00

Conneaut, Ohio

Featured

Year 1993

Make Catalina

Model Waterfowler 15

Category Sloop Sailboats

Length 28.4

Posted 2 Weeks Ago

Wild Blue Yonder is a fresh water Catalina 270, designed to provide rewarding performance and comfortable accommodations for the active sailing family. Both goals are accomplished through the selection of a stable hull form with generous beam and fine entry forward. This approach delivers a hull that is wide at the sheer for maximum deck space, reserve buoyancy and good performance to weather. Semi-elliptical wing keels are matched with a balanced elliptical rudder to insure predictable handling and a balanced helm in a variety of conditions. The rigging has double spreaders with fore and aft lowers which make the mast very stable, easy to set up and tune. This design provides the narrow shroud base necessary for proper Genoa sheeting to weather. The deck is highlighted by a "big boat" cockpit seats with ergonomically contoured seat backs necessary for long term comfort aboard. This has been a fresh water boat for it entire existence and has been extremely well maintained. The bilge is bone dry and most of the equipment has been added or replaced in the last 10 years. Wild Blue Yonder includes, Nmea 2000, 6 bags of sails including 2 spinnakers, and all accessory and trailer which was completely rebuilt in 2014. Electronic Standard Equipment. NMEA 2000 system, Raymarine EV100 Autopilot (2015), ST 50 wind instruments(2),Raymarine windspeed/direction, depth, speed and log, Garmin 441 chart-plotter with Great lakes chip, Richie Navigator Compass FN 201(2014), Smart plug shore power system(2013),VHF ship to shore marine radio, AM FM with single disk,4 speaker system 2014 Hull Fiberglass Inter protect 2000 quarts epoxy barrier 4 coats, 2 coats Pettit Vivid antifouling paint(2014) Equipment Hood Roller furling system 2007, Flex-O-Fold Racing Prop 2007, Jabsco head (2013),Hot water tank replaced 2016, Refrigeration system (2016), 3rd Battery and charging system system specific for the engine ignition system 2015. Dripless packing box 2015, Harken blocks all replaced or enhanced 2007-2014. Lewmar Ocean self-tailing winches chrome (4)2007. Spinker pole and hardware Sails Daron 135 mainsail original Very good condition lightly used , 2007 main and 150 FX racing sails (Mylar) good condition,FX asymmetrical and Tri-Radial spinnakers lightly used excellent condition (2007). Engine 18 hp diesel Perkins approx 150 hrs. Annually maintained Seawater filter added 2014 Fuel filter added 2007, new impeller 2014, Drip-less packing box 2015. Trailer galvanize aluminum completely Rebuilt 2014, Dock-box, anchor, life jackets,propane tank, clock, winch handles (3), etc. Additional equipment to numerous to add. All equipment invoice from 2006 forward have been maintained and are available upon request.

1999 C&C 121 Blue Hull

$115,000.00

Solomons, Maryland

Year 1999

Make C&C

Model 121 Blue Hull

Category Sailboats

Length 40'

Posted Over 1 Month

1999 C&C 121 Blue Hull The 121 was the flagship of the C&C Express Series and possesses that elusive combination of uncompromising performance and big, luxurious accommodations. Designer Tim Jacket should be commended. The 121 delivers—this is a legitimate racer-cruiser. The hull is laminated with E-glass and Kevlar. Vinylester resin is used to prevent osmotic blisters. The hull and deck are joined on an inward-facing flange that has an aluminum bar molded into it. The deck is set on the flange in a bed of 3M 5200 and then fasteners are drilled and tapped into the aluminum. C&C’s trademark toerail is incorporated in the joint, and the aluminum bar acts as a full-length backing plate. A structural grid and hull pan are bonded to the hull, and the bulkheads and internal furnishings are bonded with adhesives developed for the aerospace industry. A fiberglass integral web, spreading the rigging loads over a large area, supports the chainplate pods. Deck fittings are backed with 1/4-inch aluminum, which is tapped to allow fasteners to be set and removed for periodic servicing. The 5,500-pound, high-lift keel is bolted to the hull. She has  5-foot shoal-draft making her a perfect Bay Yacht. The 121’s cockpit is designed for efficient sailing. The Edson rack-and-pinion steering system is exceptional. The steering is tight and there is plenty of feel. The primary winches are set well aft and easily reached from the helm, a tip-off that the boat is not just designed to be sailed with a large crew. Every control line is led aft from the base of the mast under the deck to the cockpit. As noted earlier, these keep the cabintop clean.

14' Viking (Sail Fish) Boat ,Fiberglass Hull, Aluminum/Nylon Sail

$1,400.00

Boston, Massachusetts

Year -

Make Viking

Model -

Category Daysailer Sailboats

Length 14.0

Posted Over 1 Month

FOR PICK UP ONLY. LOCATED IN BOSTON, MA. No Holes. One Owner. Comes with all working parts. See pictures for further details.

2013 MACGREGOR 26M SAILBOAT BLACK HULL

$34,000.00

Springfield, Virginia

Year 2013

Make Macgregor

Model 26M

Category Sailboats

Length 26.0

Posted Over 1 Month

I bought this boat brand new in 2013 and with full factory equipments that factory had to offer at the time. My wife does not like it so I ended up buying another 24' jet boat and I have to sell this one. It is currently at my slip at Washington Sailing Marina. I only sailed for one hour with my instructor and used the motor approximately less than 3 hours to run around a little bit and that was it. I spent most my time on my 24' jet boat. I enjoyed the time with this sailboat mostly on installing electronic equipments, stereo system, bow thruster. That's right, I installed Sideshift bow thruster to help make it much more maneuverable and easier to moving in and out of slip under any condition. Sideshift is the only best company making add-on bow thruster, a very high quality thruster. You can visit them at www.sideshift.com. Black hull is rare and it is awesome to look at. In fact, I have many good comments from bystanders. There is absolutely nothing wrong with this boat. You can have a peace of mind and never have to wonder if anything is wrong with it; just like buying a used car and wonder if it has ever been in an accident. I also have this boat listed locally, so I preserve the right to end this listing early if someone bought it. If you are in the market for an excellent used Macgregor sailboat, then this is it. My lost if your gain. Please make an offer only you are serious about it then we can arrange a sea-trial; otherwise, lets not waste each other time. My contact is thien2ni@aol.com. Here the list of items on this boat, I might miss a few thing. sideshift bow thruster SS230 serie. Visit www.sideshift.com for more details on this awesome bow thruster. Extremely useful in maneuvering tight spot and under severe whether condition. A must for any 26’ boat. Aluminum trailer with deluxe trailer upgrade: include brake actuator, disc brakes, galvanized torsion bar axle, aluminum brake caliper housings, and since plated brake discs.Black Hull gelcoat with white stripes and underbodyEvinrude E-tec outboard 60 hp engine white color, this engine also have built-in diagnosis system to check itself every time you start the engine. Top speed about 20 mph, 7000 rpm, winterize this engine take about one minutes, it basically winterize itself. Outboard linkage: links the engine and rudder so the steering wheel will move both the outboard engine and rudder at the same time.Transom ladderGarmin 547xs chartplotter/fishfinder combo with transom mount transducerNMEA 2000 network cable added so that the garmin 547xs can read and display the engine critical data.Genoa sail with CDI furling systemBoom vangMain sail furling system to raise the main sail up and down with ease, very nice feature.Mast raising systemSony marine amplifier and Kicker subwoofermarine CD/MP3 head unit 2 sony marines 6 1/2” speakers2 clarion marine 6 1/2” speakersAlcohol and electric stovecockpit filler cushionscockpit black bimini to match with black hull2 stainless steel cockpit cup holder1 LED cockpit light to light up the cockpit at night6 LED courtesy lights inside cabin120 V power inverter. cabin fananchorsolar power exhaust fan to suck out moisture 200 Walt solar power panel to recharge battery while sailing out there.Total of 4 deep cycle batteries bank on board2 gas tank for a total of 17 gallons.

Rebel 16 Mark II Sailboat with Aluminum Trailer

$999.00

Angola, Indiana

Year -

Make -

Model -

Category Daysailer Sailboats

Length 16.6'

Posted Over 1 Month

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.

2004 JS Yachts JS9000 with trailer

$19,900.00

Jersey City, New Jersey

Year 2004

Make JS Yachts

Model JS9000 With Trailer

Category Sailboats

Length 30'

Posted Over 1 Month

2004 JS Yachts JS9000 with trailer Very fast performance sailboat. Designed to be day sailed or raced by two or three sailors with simple controls. Modern infusion techniques produced an ultra lightweight yet strong hull and deck. Simple rig and sail plan make her a breeze to handle with exceptional speed and acceleration. Aluminum trailer with brakes and tongue extension included.

1962 Sparkman & Stephens 55

$19,500.00

Miami, Florida

Year 1962

Make Sparkman & Stephens

Model 55

Category Sailboats

Length 55'

Posted Over 1 Month

1962 Sparkman & Stephens 55 PALMER JOHNSON 55 sailboat project 55 ft Palmer & Johnson, isanti or ashanti Sparkman & Stephens design aluminum magnesium construction no rust. strong hull. What WORKS on the boat:1) original engine and transmission both work very well.2) windlass works very well, fairly new hydraulics added.3) hull is in great condition and VERY strong. Does not need work. What NEEDS TO BE FIXED/ CHANGED1) electricity on board2) plumbing 3) needs sails4) wood floors need to be changed5) overall just cosmetic work needs to be done FINANCING AVAILABLE!!

1970 Lippincott Boat Works Lightning

$1,000.00

Vicksburg, Mississippi

Year 1970

Make Lippincott Boat Works

Model Lightning

Category Sailboats

Length 19'

Posted Over 1 Month

1970 Lippincott Boat Works Lightning,Lippincott Lightning Sailboat Hull #11580Trailer is titled (new tires last year), and the boat has current MS registration. Bryant aluminum mast/boom, stainless centerboard.Two sets of sails (main, jib & spinnaker) North & Shore. Spinnaker poles and hiking straps. Nissan 2.5 hp outboard (for becalmed conditions). Boat is always covered, and comes with full, mast and cockpit covers.Im currently sailing the boat locally; looking for a smaller solo sailboat. $1000, 6016381943

2008 Catalina Sabot

$2,800.00

Lake Ozark, Missouri

Year 2008

Make Catalina

Model Sabot

Category Sailboats

Length 8'

Posted Over 1 Month

2008 Catalina Sabot The U.S. Sabot by Catalina continues the tradition of the thousands of Sabots sailing today as the perfect first boat for the beginning sailor due to its simplicity and saftey. Equipped with the racing package, the Sabot offers all the sail controls of a larger boat, so learning sailors can develop the full range of sail trimming skills. TheSabot is built to withstand the tough use of a learning sailor. The full flotation hull is made of innner and outer hand-laid fiberglass parts for durability. The mast is tapered fiberglass and the boom is anodized aluminum.

1980 Naval de Kerlevin Schooner

$225,000.00

Marina, California

Year 1980

Make Naval De Kerlevin

Model Schooner

Category Sailboats

Length 75'

Posted Over 1 Month

1980 Naval de Kerlevin Schooner Just completed circumnavigation since 2005 to Present with continual upgrades.Built Chantier Naval de Kerlevin Yard, Concarneau, Southern Brittany, FranceSolid fiberglass HullSimi Full Keel with Stainless Steel CenterboardNew Teak decks epoxy on 2012Westerbeke 7.6kw Generator 2006Phasor 3.5kw Generator 2005WatermakerWasher Dryer2690 Hours on Rebuilt Perkins 6-364 180hp Turbo DieselAluminum Masts Replaced 1997 Richmond, CARod Rigging replaced 2012Rudder Bearings replaced 2014Painted Topsides w LP Paint 2010Great Mid Cockpit with custom tableAft Helm CockpitEasily sailed Schooner RigReady to make the next journey or ideal charter vessel.Review Full Specifications

1984 Jeanneau Sunshine

$5.00

San Francisco, California

Year 1984

Make Jeanneau

Model Sunshine

Category Sailboats

Length 36'

Posted Over 1 Month

1984 Jeanneau Sunshine, 1984 Jeanneau Sunshine 36' SailboatOnline auction at www.WestAuction.com - Tuesday, November 3, 2015 at 10:00 am.Just around the corner is this bankruptcy auction of a 1984 Jeanneau Sunshine 36' sailboat! This boat features accommodations, and is loaded with nautical navigation and electronics. Check out the photo gallery or watch the video. This boat sure is yare! Hurry now, it will be selling to the highest bidder regardless of price!1984 Jeanneau Sunshine 36' SailboatGeneral: Hull No.: IRISS0061083 Year: 1984 Serial: 24854 Cat No.: 1 Appcob No.: 2076 Length: 36.4' Hull depth: 6.9' Hull breadth: 12.4' Gross tonnage: 15 Net tonnage: 14 FiberglassAccommodation: (2) Couch convertible beds Dining table Enclosed restroom with toilet, shower and sink Front bow sleeping area (2) Rear sleeping/storage area Eno propane stove/oven Refrigerator Sleeps (7)Engine, Electrics and Water: Engine Mfg: Yanmar Fuel: Diesel Model: 3GMD Serial: C4801 Hour meter reads: 984 Electric bilge pumpNavigation and Electronics: Ray Marine Plus Pathfinder RL70C Ray Marine ST5000+ Auto Pilot Autohelm speed module Autohelm wind sensor Autohelm depth gage Apelco VHF5160 radio Alpine CD sound system Marinetics Corp LP gas system Marinetics Corp AC load center Raymarine RN300 GPS system Marine surveyorSails and Equipment: Isomet aluminum mast (1) Mast 45' (approximate) (4) Sails (2) Extra sails included $5.00, 5306610490

1966 Pearson Countess 44

$8,500.00

Warwick, Rhode Island

Year 1966

Make Pearson

Model Countess 44

Category Sailboats

Length 44'

Posted Over 1 Month

1966 Pearson Countess 44 “CURRENT PRICE” IS A GUIDE.  ALL OFFERS RESPECTFULLY CONSIDERED. General Description Sought after Alden Design, Pearson. Pearson Countess 44 was designed by John Alden, and was built by Pearson Yachts, in production from 1965 to 1971. This spacious and extremely well built yacht will take you to Bermuda, the Caribbean or even around the world as safely, as quickly, and as comfortably as a newer yacht. Actual Condition This is a donation boat. It is reported this vessel has been sitting on the hard at least 4 years. The hull was last painted in 1999. There are some minor gouges and scrapes on the hull. In 2012 a survey reported that the deck was percussion tested and with no delamination detected. The hull appeared intact, but the interior needs a complete rehab, and some exterior wood needs repairs; such as rub rail and the doors. There is standing water in the bilge and on the salon floor. On the rudder, there were confined areas of coring delamination detected in 2012, and the rudder may need to be removed and rebuilt. *Please inspect carefully for further damage. Equipment• Keel /Ballast 8,000 lbs. of lead• Mast and spar material: Anodized aluminum extrusion Sitka spruce single spreaders and boots• Roller Reefing system: Schaefer-3100 A trailer is not included in this sale. Engines Please read Motors and Machinery Disclaimer.

2006 Hunter 36

$125,000.00

Marathon, Florida

Year 2006

Make Hunter

Model 36

Category Sailboats

Length 35'

Posted Over 1 Month

2006 Hunter 36   S/V Barbara Ann- Hunter 36 Shoal Keel   Very nice example of this popular yacht. ONLY 240 HRS ON 2011 YANMAR!!! Extensively refit, very well cared for, Hunter 36. 4'11" Draft fin keel. This boat has every conceivable option installed. Yanmar 3YM30 and transmission replaced 12/11, Icom Single Side Band, Garmin 5212 Chartplotter, Depth, Garmin HD Radar (GMR24), Sirius Weather, Raymarine Autopilot, Spare Autopilot,  LED Lights, Custom Aluminum Arch/Davit (Solar Panels 2X85W, Wind Generator, Block and tackle for dinghy, davit for outboard with stern rail pad, floodlight), West Marine 11' RIB Dinghy w/ Yamaha 15hp OB. All manuals for boats and all equipment.       This boat has loads of room below, aft captain's cabin with double bunk, Vberth forward, fully equipped galley, large head with enclosed shower, Convertible dinette.    GIVE US A CALL TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY!   New in 2015:   Battery Charger   AGM Batteries (3 house plus 1 start)   MarineAir 16K BTU Air Conditioner   Nova Cool Refrigerator       Mariner's Package includes:   In Mast Furling, Mainsheet Traveler,   Electric Anchor Windlass, ST60 Knot/Depth,   LPG Stove w/Oven, Refrigeration, Stereo w/CD,   36" Folding Wheel, Air Conditioning,   Bottom Paint,Cushion Upgrade- LeatherCushions,   QUiet Flush System, 3 Blade Prop                 VHF Remote Mic at Helm   Inner Spring Mattress aft cabin   Bimini       Deck and Hull   Cockpit Cushions   2 Anchor Rollers   Double Lifelines w/Three Gates   Stainless Steel Telescoping Swim Ladder   Bronze Through Fittings   Hand- laid fiberglass below waterline   Balsa-Cored Hull Sides above water line   3 Blade Prop   MAXGUARD@ Gelcoats for UV Protection   Mooring Cleats, (6) Stainless Steel   Nonskid Deck   Ports, (2) Fixed   Ports, (4) Opening, w/Screens   Rubrall, Full Wrap w/SS   Bow Pulpit, Stainless Steel   Cockpit Traveller Arch     Deck Handrails, Stainless Steel   Dorade Vent   Hatches, (3) Opening Deck.w/Screens-   HKT Kevlar Hull Reinforcement   Hull, Structural Grid Reinf

2000 Topper Hermanson Island Cargo design

$189,000.00

Clearwater, Florida

Year 2000

Make Topper Hermanson

Model Island Cargo Design

Category Sailboats

Length 65'

Posted Over 1 Month

2000 Topper Hermanson Island Cargo design Price Reduction, Opportunity for the World Traveler! now $189,000.00 This rugged Island Cargo vessel,  aluminum "5083" marine grade, MotorSailer was built by Topper Hermanison in Ferandina Beach, Florida. This world class vessel is , go any where, anytime. The range of 1000 kt miles under power, unlimited with sail.  the current condition alows sail or power to your port of choice for inteiorr woodwork re-fit and exterior finnish. 60,000# of aluminum, 3,200# lead ballast. Hull 5/16 , keel (3'6" width at hull & 2'6" at foot) 1/2 with full length ,3/4 shoe, 3/8 topsides, heavy stringer's and rib's.NEW info- owner has 33,080 poured LEAD ballast in keel! The Vessel has never been sailed, new sail inventory, New Mast, Mizen and booms, heavy duty standing rigging, Lemar winches.Large wing "Cargo Hatch" The Exterior needs to be prepared to paint and the interior nees to be finished, Reflected in the low asking price. The 3208 Catapillar is very low hrs, less  than 500 hrs, 7.5 gen low hrs.,

1985 Bluewater Ingrid

$29,895.00

Muskegon, Michigan

Year 1985

Make Bluewater

Model Ingrid

Category Sailboats

Length 38'

Posted Over 1 Month

1985 Bluewater Ingrid The Ingrid 38 from the pen of William Atkin is a heavy displacement blue water cutter derived from Colin Archer's famous double ender designed North Sea pilot boats, which in turn were inspired by Viking boats renowned for their heavy weather characteristics. Perhaps Atkin sums it up best by saying it's "the kind of boat that behaves herself in rough water and can be depended upon to sail herself". (To that part we do hear frequent mentions of the superb one-finger-on-tiller tracking and a comfortable ride.) With her old world style, Josette's a good looking boat with a sheer line reminiscent of Crealock's famous Westsail 32. Her seaworthiness is there to see in her full keel, heavy displacement and overbuilt construction. Her hull is heavily hand laid in fiberglass. There's robust outboard chain plates and an outboard rudder protected by extra fiberglass and a large bronze shoe casting should she scrub the bottom. Atkin's main rework on the Ingrid 38 from Archer's original design was finer entry on the bow which "cushions" her landing off the waves and even may increase speed slightly. Below the waterline she has a long full keel with deep v-sections forward keeping her stable in the rough. The ballast is encapsulated and is distributed from bow to stern, to keep the weight as low as possible. Rounding this off, there's plenty of flotation designed in her ends, fore and aft which helps keep her dry. The trade off of heavy displacement and ultimate stability is usually in speed so the Ingrid 38 is not considered fast. By the numbers, her hull speed works out at 7.2 knots but she'll more often manage a consistent 6 knots while cruising. Surprisingly she's known to sail pretty well in light airs, as owners report she'll do half the wind speed in up to 8 knots of wind. However, she's a boat that comes into her own in heavier seas. The cutter rig gives plenty of options on all points of sail and she's an easy boat to single-hand. Josette is her original name and she has spent most of her life in fresh water. She only spent one year in salt water in 1985, her original launch year. This is a one-owner vessel. The deck and hull was built in 1974 by Bluewater Yachts in Washington state and it is reported that these are the same builders that build the Nordic Tugs. The interior cabin sides (ceiling) were finished in planking by the original owner. The hull is foam insulated to keep you cool when it is hot outside and warm when it is cold outside. The galley area is a great work space for any type of cooking. The mast is anodized aluminum construction by MetalMast Marine, with internal halyards. The hull is solid fiberglass construction and does have some gel coat surface blisters above the waterline, but they do not appear to be structural. She recently had the following engine work accomplished: New head gasket, two new exhaust valves, injector service, new