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Sailboat Mast

$500

Garnett, Kansas

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26' aluminum sailboat mast.  4.5" x 3" cross section. Straight and in good condition. No standing rig. Has no wiring or lighting. Includes spreader brackets, cleats and masthead. May be cut shorter for your applicatoon. Mast came off a 1974 26' Clipper Marine I can deliver for 75 CPM round trip FOB Orrick MO. Prepaid. I will use google maps to determine mileage and route.

aluminum Sailboat mast and boom

aluminum Sailboat mast and boom

$300

Boiling Springs, South Carolina

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I have an aluminum sailboat mast and boom set I am selling. The boat is long gone and I kept the mast and boom.It measures approximately, 19 ft on mast and 8 ft or 92" on boom If you would like them, call me if interested (941) 228-8631

40' Aluminum Sailboat Mast and Rigging

40' Aluminum Sailboat Mast and Rigging

$2,850

West Palm Beach, Florida

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40' U.S, Spars mast 10" x 6 1/4" has 1/2" 316 head stay 35'6" with 1/2 cap shrouds and twin 5/16" backstays. The single spreaders are 37" long and swept aft with an 18" strut going fwd. There are 5/16" diamonds. Set up for an inner fore stay as well. there are two Lewmar #8 aluminum winches and and six Lemar rope clurches mounted on the mast. There is a main halyard, two jib halyards, a spinnaker halyard, a staysail halyard and a topping lift included. Mast has an anchor light, a foredeck/steaming light and wiring and bracket for a vhf antenna. There is also wiring for wind instruments. All unused. Halyards need washing. Located in South East Florida. Delivery is available. $2850

1973 Lightning Sailboat 19' Fiberglass hull, aluminum mast, trailer, cover

1973 Lightning Sailboat 19' Fiberglass hull, aluminum mast, trailer, cover

$2,950

Rapid City, Michigan

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1973 Lightning Sailboat For sale an older (1973) fiberglass hull Lightning sailboat. Comes with aluminum mast and wood boom, nice Karavan trailer, nearly new $500 custom cover from Sailor's Tailor. Two sets of sails including spinnakers (which I haven't used). Overall in good condition, but certainly not race ready. Used for day sailing on fresh water lake, kept out of water in shore lift when not in use. Don't know which of the boat builders this one is from, it shows #10919 on the centerboard trunk, and #10819 on the sails. Outboard motor in photos not included. Boat is out of water now and ready to store for winter, but I won't be using it any more so it is for sale now. Too many boats, this one has to go. See photos and feel free to ask for more photos or any questions about condition etc.

sailboat

sailboat

$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

Jet 14 Sailboat race-ready DM-1 mast, includes trailer

Jet 14 Sailboat race-ready DM-1 mast, includes trailer

$2,000

Akron, Ohio

Year 1974

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Length 14.0

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Used jet 14, 1974 hull, new paint, new hardware throughout, DM-1 mast full fiberglass hull, inboard jib tracks. Exterior hull sound, has one small 2" crack in gel coat in bottom near one of the bailers, and several small star dings in the transom on the exterior, looks like its where the mast got shoved into the hull during transport. The interior is in good shape, has two gel coated repairs in the floor at the tanks, but no exterior damage. There is no mainsheet block in the photos, but I will install a Schaefer block. Jas DM-1 mast, aluminum spin pole.

1972 Sunfish sailboat 14' good sail with trailer  new wheel tire hitch no mast

1972 Sunfish sailboat 14' good sail with trailer new wheel tire hitch no mast

$595

West Lafayette, Indiana

Year 1972

Make Alcort Sunfish

Model Alcort Sunfish

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Length 14 feet

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This is a Sunfish sailboat 14' with trailer. The boat is from 1972. A clear title comes with the trailer. It has a new wheel, tire and hitch with 1 7/8" socket. The sail is in good condition and has the emblem of the black sunfish on it. The two aluminum booms are both there, however the main mast is missing. It has some cosmetic scratches around the seating area, which can be filled in. Pictures of the rudder and the back of the boat show the metal hooks to attach the rudder, which is made of mahogany wood and aluminum. Though I have sailed this boat for many years, but not lately, I forgot how to attach it. The tiller does not have the extension, but it can be easily added. The sail is complete with aluminum booms and pulleys etc. The dagger board is included, as well as an extra paddle. Will Ship Worldwide.

ZUMA Fiberglass Sailboat and Aluminum Trailer, (small sailboat)

ZUMA Fiberglass Sailboat and Aluminum Trailer, (small sailboat)

$3,400

Jackson, Tennessee

Year 2001

Make Vanguard

Model ZUMA

Category Dinghies

Length 12.8

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This is a beautiful ZUMA sailboat with a Trailex 250-L aluminum trailer. The boat has large comfortable seating surfaces, a classy looking rudder and centerboard and a really nice reverse transom. This boat looks like a mini yacht being towed down the road. It is a Vanguard built boat, laid up by hand in Portsmouth, RI. It has only been sailed a couple dozen times, and has the original bright gelcoat finish. It has been covered or garaged for most of its life, and it shows. As the pictures taken in the last year or so attest, it looks wonderful. The ZUMA was made by the same folks who build the Laser; but the ZUMA, in my opinion, is much nicer to sail with two people than the Laser. It is a fun boat that is not quite as high in performance as the Laser, but is easier to set up, and requires, perhaps, less athleticism too. It has a zippered luff, so that the sail can be raised and lowered with a halyard; meaning the mast does not have to be lifted in and out every time with the sail already up like a Laser. It takes just minutes to set up, and requires little maintenance. It does move along quite nicely, too. Beginners can sail this boat; or folks like me, with over thirty years of sailing experience, can enjoy it too. The ZUMA is good for almost any age sailor. The boat only weighs 130 pounds and can be towed by most any car out there with a hitch. Be sure, of course, to check your particular car's owner manual. Trailer and all, the towing weight is only around 275 pounds; thanks, in part, to the compact and lightweight alluminum trailer. This boat looks like it is only a year or two old, and it comes with nifty extras. The NORTH sail is in wonderful, almost new, shape. But that's not all. I include a virtually new Neil Pryde sail too. Both sails are very nice looking; and you can change the look of the boat in minutes with just a sail change. It has a Harken tiller extension on a beautiful laminated tiller, and the single bulkhead port has been expanded to two, with storage bags in each port. The lines are all like new and bright in color. The traveler block set is upgraded to the one piece design from the Laser. This package includes a rudder cover and an APS centerboard storage bag. I will also include a HAWK wind indicator, and other little extras (tie-downs, etc.). The SILVA compass was standard on the ZUMA, and is, of course, included. The Trailex 250-L aluminum trailer supports the boat by the gunwales to avoid stress on the bottom. The tires (with galvanized rims) are less than two years old, and I will include a brand new spare with galvanized rim. The spare tire is not mounted on the trailer; but can be stowed in the trunk of a car or back of a truck. The trailer comes with rear LED lights, too! There is also a custom Sunbrella boat cover included. The cover, as might be expected, is the one thing that shows the most signs of wear. It has done its job of protecting the boat, though, and should continue to so so for quite some time to come. New covers should be readily available when this one needs replacing. Pictures tell a good story; but here is some additional information regarding the pictures provided here. The sailing pictures were taken in June of 2014 on the Intracoastal Waterway between Pensacola Beach and Navarre. Most pictures show the boat before the second port was added. Some ZUMA's came with one port, some came with two, for seemingly no rhyme or reason. The boat looks much more balanced with two, and it's handy for extra storage too. Storage bags for the ports are included. I also include two spare port storage bags. Also included is a small oar that can be stored inside the hull. The oar was sized to fit right through the port. An important note: The ZUMA logo on the top of the boat was removed earlier this year. I hated it, and thought the boat looked much more refined without it. I had no intention of selling it when it was removed a few months ago. I kept one of the vinyl letters so that it could be reasonably matched by a sign shop; if you were so inclined to put a logo back on. It looks (IMO) so much nicer now. The boat has some small crazing of the gelcoat here and there (like most any fiberglass boat), and there are a few scratches, but none of that detracts from the overall beauty of the boat. There is normal wear and tear and some rust on the leaf springs of the trailer, but overall it really looks like a year or two old boat and trailer package. You have to see it to appreciate it. The boat is in Tennessee, and if you are within driving distance, it awaits your inspection. I have always taken really good care of my boats. This boat was owned originally by a friend who worked in the sailboat business. He has always taken, perhaps, even better care of his boats than me. It is almost impossible to believe how good this boat looks for its age. Of course, nothing's perfect, but your friends may think it's a new boat. This boat could be a Christmas gift come true for someone wanting to mess about in small boats. New boats of this type start at prices of around 5,000; plus shipping and other costs. The aluminum Trailex trailer alone sells for about 1,100.00. A second ZUMA sail and other extras make this all even more worthwhile. This is truly a good deal. I have copies of the original point of sale literature that will be included with boat purchase; along with the rigging manual for the boat, and assembly manual for the Trailex trailer. I also have the title papers for both boat and trailer. Please email me with any and all questions. Local pickup only, please. You could have it shipped after you buy it; as it would be your boat, but to insure your satisfaction, I would definitely not recommend it. The boat is located about midway between Memphis and Nashville on I-40; with lots of good hotels nearby. I want you to see it, look at the gear, and be completely satisfied before you drive away. This Great Deal Going Off eBay on Thursday! ******** Special note to any would-be buyers living in or near Memphis: This thing would be absolutely perfect for the new, expanded, coming soon, Patriot Lake. What a great place! (well, it will be when they put the water back in next year) ********

Cruising Sailboat

Cruising Sailboat

$45,000

Canastota, New York

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Asking $45,000 Call or e-mail to arrange a visit: [email removed] or leave a message on my skype phone at 315-254-2452. The boat is located near Syracuse, NY. For full ad go to: https://persephone37.wordpress.com/ Dreaming of living aboard and sailing off to the islands? Persephone is a beautiful, well-maintained, fully equipped, self-sufficient, center cockpit sloop ready for cruising. As a well equipped and comfortable long-term live aboard yacht, she has taken her current owners to the Caribbean and back to upstate New York a number of times- and now she’s ready to take you to your dream destinations. “Persephone” was designed as the perfect coastal cruising vessel… large enough to be very comfortable yet simple enough to be able to sail her by yourself… a perfect combination of comfort and function. Through years of cruising, thoughtful upgrades and enhancements, her current owners have produced an exceptional live aboard vessel. Her extensive upgrades and refurbishing over the years makes her the one of the best equipped cruisers you will find in this price range on the market. Seasoned sailors will immediately appreciate the new Awl Grip on the hull, and on deck the Lewmar 65 winches and deep comfortable center cockpit protected from the elements by a dodger and bimini. Her windlass makes anchoring simple, and after the anchor is down, a cold beverage from the custom refrigerator will be appreciated. Worried about your beverages warming up at anchor? Never fear- her solar panels and wind generator output provides more than enough power. Down below, she has a spacious salon with center folding dinette, 6' headroom that leads forward to a head and V-Berth. LED cabin lights and aluminum Lewmar port lights keep brighten the interior, day or night. Her two staterooms and two heads offers plenty of room, lots of privacy, and an abundance of storage. When the winds dies, she is equipped with a 32 hp Universal diesel engine, 2 fuel tanks with Racor filters, and two 100 gallon water tanks. Main Salon ***Pictures Below***** The main salon features settees, port and starboard, and a centerline table with folding leaves and storage. There are plenty of opening ports, and an overhead hatch to provide wonderful ventilation. There is a navigator’s station aft of the starboard settee and the galley is aft of the port settee. A large custom made marquetry sailboat scene graces the forward bulkhead to port. Master Stateroom The O’Day 37 has a unique aft cabin master stateroom entered from the cockpit. It is completely private with a wonderful queen size custom pillow-top spring mattress berth. There is a hanging locker to port with storage shelves adjacent to the locker and berth. Additional storage is provided by more shelves and drawers to starboard. Five opening ports, together with the aft cabin companionway, provide wonderful ventilation. A private ensuite head contains a manual head and a vanity sink as well as a single opening port and overhead hatch. Guest Stateroom The guest stateroom is forward in the forepeak and consists of a comfortable v-berth with filler, storage under and in drawers and on shelves. An overhead hatch and an opening port allows for great ventilation. There is a full-size hanging locker aft of this cabin and opposite the head. Galley The spacious well laid out u-shaped galley is to port forward of the companionway and opposite the navigation station. It features 2 deep sinks with a butcher block lid, 3 burner stove with oven, a microwave, and plenty of easy access storage. The large, sensible, easy access refrigerator/freezer has a stainless steel holding plate and is just aft of the navigation table. Cockpit By far, the most comfortable cockpit you’ll find. Deep coamings with just the right angle to sit back and enjoy the sailing or the sunset. The teak table provides room for entertaining and dining all under the shade of the bimini. 2 huge lockers provides storage for everything! The helm has superior visibility while underway. “Persephone” 1981 O’Day Center Cockpit Sloop Builder: O’Day Designer: C. Raymond Hunt Dimensions LOA: 37' LWL: 30’4? Beam: 11’3? Displacement: 14,000 lbs Draft: 5' Bridge Clearance: 47' Ballast: 6,000 lbs Engine: Universal Diesel HP: 32 Tankage Fuel: 50 gals in 2 tanks Water: 185 gals in 2 tanks Holding: 15 gals Rigging & Sails New Rigging – New Stayloks – New Turnbuckles New Fully Battened Mainsail – 8.4 oz. Contender Cloth, 2 reef points Profurl Roller Furling 120 roller furl jib 90/Yankee 9 oz. roller furl jib Barient #10 main halyard winch Barient #18 mainsheet winch Barient #18 jib halyard winch Harken Lazy Jacks Lewmar Boom Vang Oversized Main & Jib Halyards – 9/16 Sampson Yacht Braid All Running Rigging – Samson Yacht Braid 2 Lewmar 65 primary self-tailing winches with Sunbrella covers Schaeffer oversized jib cars Electronics Raymarine 5000 Autopilot with below deck linear drive Standard Horizon DSC VHF Mic WHAM capable New Garmin 740 Touchscreen Color Chartplotter GPS (2012) has US Coastal + Alaska & Hawaii and Bahamas Explorer charts Standard Horizon DS 45 Depth Sounder Standard Horizon Speed Log Standard Horizon Wind Meter JRC 24 mile radar LaCrosse Weather Station Mast VHF Antenna Electrical 12v/110v systems with clearly labeled electrical panel and breakers 12 Volt Ships Power System 30 Amp Shore Power System 3 Siemens 75 watt solar panels on custom built arch 12v lighting Masthead Tri-Color Light/Anchor Light Class 2 Running Lights which are larger & have more visibility range 4 Interstate Deep Cycle Golf Cart Batteries (400 amp hour) New 2008 New Alternator 2009 Aerogen 6 Wind generator 2000 watt Inverter 12 volt bilge pump Propane shutoff solenoid switch for safety in galley Galley U-shaped galley with lots of storage Isotherm stainless steel holding plate DC refrigeration system with bronze March pump and digital Carel Controls Hot/cold pressure water Shurflo freshwater pump Hillerange LPG 3 Burner Stove with oven Microwave Oven 2 deep stainless steel sinks Cabinets, drawers and top loading dry storage locker Butcher block sink cover for added counter space Force 10 stainless steel 6 gallon hot water heater engine exchange Accomodations New LED lighting in main cabin 15” Flatscreen television with DVD player AM/FM stereo with 2 speakers Teak Interior with Teak & Holly Sole Large Framed Marquetry in Salon Sckandvik Faucet/Shower – Forward Head New Jabsco Toilets (2009) (3) opening hatches, (16) opening Lewmar aluminum ports Screens for some ports Engine 3 Engine room lights Rebuilt Universal diesel fresh water cool engine with easy access from front and back with 2 New water pumps and heat exchanger PSS Dripless Shaft Seal Hurth Transmission new 2004 Groco Bronze Sea strainer Dual Fuel Tank System with Dual Racor Filters – 50 gallon capacity AWAB 316 Stainless Steel hose clamps used throughout – Superior Non-Perforated – Lasts forever Deck New vinyl covered stainless steel double lifelines with opening gates each side Foam vinyl covered custom cockpit cushions Dodger with attached Bimini Anchor Locker Propane Locker on Aft Deck 44 lb Bruce Anchor with new (2012) 110’ oversized 3/8” chain and 120' 5/8” rope rode Fortress FX 23 with 50’ 3/8” chain & 80’ 5/8” rope rode Lewmar 2000 Electric Windlass Polished Stainless Steel Engine Controls 28” Stainless Steel steering wheel Stainless Steel Ritchie Compass at Helm Stainless Steel Bow Pulpit Stainless steel Stern Rail with opening gate Stainless steel built-in stern swim ladder Brushed stainless steel custom-built stern arch with dinghy davits Manual bilge pump Keel stepped mast Performance fin keel Stainless steel bow chocks 3 Bow Cleats Mainsail Cover Custom made companionway washboards with Lexan windows Edson Pedestal with Pedestal Guard Teak folding cockpit table with 4 cup holder Outboard Motor storage board Lifesling with Sunbrella cover Force 10 BBQ propane grill with custom cover Additional Davis radar reflector USCG safety equipment Boat hook, lines, fenders Emergency Tiller

Rebel 16 Mark II Sailboat with Aluminum Trailer

Rebel 16 Mark II Sailboat with Aluminum Trailer

$999

Angola, Indiana

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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.

32' CATAMARAN SAILBOAT HULL / LARGE PROJECT SAILBOAT

32' CATAMARAN SAILBOAT HULL / LARGE PROJECT SAILBOAT

$1,750

Dayton, Ohio

Year -

Make -

Model -

Category -

Length -

Posted Over 1 Month

Relisting do to non-paying low feedback Buyer..... Up for sale is a 32' Catamaran sailboat hull in need of a total rebuild. This open water sailboat is in poor condition but the hull is ridged and strong. I purchased this sailboat from a marina in Waukegan IL in 2008. The marina did provide me with a clear title. The hull is thick fiberglass and we considered it a good candidate for a full rebuild. The hull is the only thing we considered usable on the entire boat. Lower hull is all glass and very ridged. One thing that will need to be fixed, there is a steel skid runner that extends the entire length of the bottom of the hull, (it is a piece of like 1.5" x 1.5" angle iron that they bonded to the bottom of the hull). This runner should have been out of stainless or aluminum but it was done in steel and it is rusting. A line of fiberglass around it has split. You will want to simply cut out all of this steel skid runner and either replace it or simply remove it as it is not needed. There was an inboard engine and drive but I parted that out some time ago as it was not going to be part of the rebuild I had planned. There is also a large aluminum mast with roller furler included but the mast was damaged while in storage, (yard maintenance guy drove over it about 4' from the top). This catamaran hull will need a total rebuild and is sold AS/IS. Do not buy this boat if you are thinking you can just paint it and throw some sails on it. Transport is of course the issue. There is no trailer. Beam is a little over 14', (we permitted at 14' for transport). I personally, would think about sectioning the boat right down the center for transport. I have done this before to a 45' boat that we were reconfiguring. It can be done in a day with a common circular saw. It can then easily be pulled with a gooseneck trailer and a p/u truck. Another possible transport strategy would be to find a carrier who can haul the boat on a 45degee angle on a low deck trailer. We can crane load from our location on to your transport or you can possibly just back the trailer under the elevated twin hulls. Loading and transport is obviously at buyers expense. I am sorry, I simply do not have the time to get involved with transport estimates and logistics. Good luck bidding and please, no zero feedback or low feedback buyers unless you contact me first. ****The Ohio River is less than 50 miles away from our location. There have been Ebayer's suggestions that possibly some basic hull repair is done on location and then the cat is towed down the Ohio River. This is a possible transport solution.

Andrews 30 Racing Sailboat

Andrews 30 Racing Sailboat

$23,500

Carlyle, Illinois

Year 1987

Make Andrews 30

Model -

Category Racer Boats

Length 30.0

Posted Over 1 Month

FLAGS 1987 Andrews 30 Racing Sailboat. Never sailed in salt water.Harkin Cars and Blocks, Hydraulic Back Stay Adjuster, and Vang control runs back to Main Trimmer. Harkin Forestay track system. Aluminum and Carbon Spinnaker Poles. Harkin Mainsheet system with coarse and fine tune. Mast Module,NKE Instruments Sail Comp,2 Dual Maxi Displays and True Wind display. GPS on rotating arm. Feathering Propeller with view port in hull. Nav station.Volvo 2 Cylinder engine. Set up for Crane Lift and Launch.Custom Trailer. Flags has had a very successful racing history in Lake Michigan 2008- LMSRF Boat of the Year -1st PHRF , Verve Cup Regatta - 1st Div.7, NOODS -1st PHRF Div.4, Chicago-Waukegan Race -1st PHRF Section 4, and UK Halsey Regatta - 2nd PHRF Sec.2. And many more.

ZUMA Sailboat and Trailer

ZUMA Sailboat and Trailer

$3,400

Jackson, Tennessee

Year 2001

Make Vanguard

Model ZUMA

Category Dinghies

Length 12.8

Posted Over 1 Month

This is a beautiful ZUMA sailboat with a Trailex aluminum trailer. It is a Vanguard built boat that has only been sailed a few dozen times. It has been covered or garaged for most of its life, and it shows. As the pictures taken in the last year or so attest, it looks wonderful. The ZUMA was made by the same folks who build the Laser; but the ZUMA, in my opinion, is much nicer to sail with two people than the Laser. It is a fun boat that is not as high in performance as the Laser, but is easier to set up, and requires, perhaps, less athleticism too. It does move along quite nicely. Beginners can sail this boat; or folks like me, with over thirty years of sailing experience, can enjoy it too. The ZUMA is good for any age sailor that has been properly taught. It takes just minutes to set up, and requires little maintenance. It has a zippered luff, so that the sail can be raised and lowered with a halyard; meaning the mast does not have to be lifted in and out every time like a Laser. The boat only weighs 130 pounds and can be towed by most any car out there with a hitch (check your manual, though). Trailer and all, the towing weight is only around 275 pounds; thanks to the lightweight trailer. This boat looks like it is only a year or so old, and comes with nifty extras. The NORTH sail is in wonderful, almost new, shape. But that's not all. I include a virtually new Neil Pryde sail too. Both sails are very nice looking. It has a Harken tiller extension on a beautiful laminated tiller, and the single bulkhead port has been expanded to two, with storage bags in each. The lines are all like new and bright in color. The traveler block set is upgraded to the one piece design from the Laser. This package includes a new rudder cover and a new centerboard storage bag. I include a HAWK wind indicator and other little extras. The SILVA compass was standard on the ZUMA, and is, of course, included. The Trailex aluminum trailer supports the boat by the gunwales to avoid stress on the bottom. The tires (with galvanized rims) are less than two years old, and I will include a brand new spare with galvanized rim. Spare tire is not mounted on trailer; but can be stowed in trunk of car or such. The trailer comes with LED lights, too. There is also a custom Sunbrella boat cover included. The cover, as would be expected, is the one thing that shows the most signs of wear. It has done its job of protecting the boat, though, and should continue to so so for quite some time to come. New covers should be readily available when this one needs replacing. Pictures tell a good story; but here is some additional information regarding those pictures. The sailing pictures were taken in 2014 on the Intracoastal Waterway near Pensacola Beach. Most pictures show the boat before the second port was added. Some ZUMA's had either one or two, for seemingly no rhyme or reason. The boat looks much more balanced with two, and it's handy for extra storage too. Storage bags for the ports are included; along with a small oar that can be stored inside the hull. The oar was sized to fit right through the port. The ZUMA logo on the top of the boat was removed earlier this year. I hated it, and thought the boat looked much more refined without it. I had no intention of selling it when it was removed, but you could always have a sign shop do a logo to pretty much match it, if you were so inclined. The boat has some crazing of the gelcoat here and there, and there are a few scratches, but none of that detracts from the overall beauty of the boat. There is normal wear and tear on the trailer, but once again, it looks like a year or two old package. You have to see it to appreciate it. The boat is in Tennessee and if you are within driving distance, it awaits your inspection. I have sailed for over thirty years and take really good care of my boats. This boat was owned originally by a friend who takes, perhaps, even better care of his boats. It is almost impossible to believe how good this boat looks for its age. Nothing's perfect, but this boat could be a Christmas gift come true for someone wanting to mess about in small boats. New boats of this type start at prices of 5,000 and up; and the Trailex trailer alone sells for about 1,100.00. A spare sail and extras make this all even more worthwhile. I have title papers for both boat and trailer. Please email me with any and all questions. There is video of this boat being sailed also available; if you want to see it in action. The entire package is ready to be towed away by the buyer. I want you to see it, look at the gear, and be completely satisfied before you drive away. You will be pleased.

Sound Winter Project Sailboat

Sound Winter Project Sailboat

$1,350

Rapid City, Michigan

Year -

Make Lightening

Model 9061

Category Daysailer Sailboats

Length 19.0

Posted Over 1 Month

19 Ft. Fiberglass Sailboat with wood interior. Aluminum mast w/ wood boom. Includes all sails, main, jib and spinnaker and wood rudder/tiller. Fiberglass is sound, the wood needs to be refinished. Floorboards have been 'stripped' and are ready to be stained and varnished. Includes trailer. Slight work and you have a classic sailboat for years to come. $1,350

Sanibel 18  Sailboat

Sanibel 18 Sailboat

$14,995

Inglewood, California

Year 2015

Make International Marine

Model Sanibel 18

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Length 18 Feet

Posted Over 1 Month

Wonderful Pocket Cruising Sailboat Easy to Launch beach-able Sleeps 4 spacious cockpit Premium Blue Water Lay-up Cloud White Hull and Deck Composite High Performance Kick-up Beaching Rudder Porta-Potti Screened Opening Ports (2 pair) Screened Forward Hatch Fabric Covered Cabin Cushions Stainless Steel Bow Pulpit Stainless Steel Transom Boarding Ladder Stainless Steel Cleats and Chocks Aluminum Backing Plate for Engine Adjustable Motor Mount Mast Raising System (allows a single person to step and raise the mast) Trailer – Included Galvanized Baja Trailer Trailer Tongue Jack with Wheel Trailer Guides and Mast Crutch Sails and Handling Equipment – Included 6 Oz White Mainsail with One Set of Reef Points 6 Oz White 110 % Lapper Jib On Boom Jiffy Reefing System Boom Vang Mast Topping Lift Backstay 12 Volt Electrical System – Included Bow and Stern Running Lights with Panel Cabin Interior Dome Light Masthead Combo Anchor/Steaming Light Marine Battery Box Optional Items can be offered factory installed