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1978  Catalina Yachts  27 Catalina Nissan Tohatsu 9.9

1978 Catalina Yachts 27 Catalina Nissan Tohatsu 9.9

$4,500

Dawsonville, Georgia

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main sail replaced 1998...comes with lifejackets main sail cover and hanging head sail bag... standard rig 1978 launched 1979...new 9.9 tohatsu with 10 hrs on motor...shore power with new cord...deap cycle battery with charger...teak wood is in great shape...cushion for cockpit bimini top... Sailboats Cruiser 3441 PSN . blue hull. 1978 Catalina Yachts 27 Catalina Nissan Tohatsu 9.9 Beautiful Live Aboard catalina 27 ft sara bray...

Catalina 387 BANK REPO DEAL 2005 334 hours Wing Keel Sailboat LOADED and Sharp

Catalina 387 BANK REPO DEAL 2005 334 hours Wing Keel Sailboat LOADED and Sharp

$125,000

Annapolis, Maryland

Year 2005

Make Catalina

Model 387

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Length 38.7

Posted Over 1 Month

Listing by Auction123.com copyright Auction123, Inc. Aqueous Yachts - 18487 SE Federal Hwy Tequesta, FL 33469 (561) 676-7250 Super Sharp Looking Catalina 387 Wing Keel 334 hours!Priced to Sell Fast!!! Click here for an XL view of the above Image PrevNext 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 AboutObtain a ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME DEAL on this great looking Catalina 387! The foreclosed mortgage was $177,956.00. A search through Yachtworld’s database of active 387 Catalina listings plus ones that have sold in the U.S. in 2016 show the average listing price is $152,166 and the AVERAGE SALES PRICE is $147,785. SHANNON has the desirable shoal / wing keel, blue hullsides, traditional rigging, and has lower hours showing than any other that I could find on the market! I am told that the previous owner passed away last winter. The bank holding the mortgage subsequently foreclosed upon SHANNON and she is now available for an incredible buying opportunity! Please view the 200+ photos of this 387 Catalina to see just how much this one shines! SHANNON is powered by a 40hp Yanmar diesel engine. The hour meter on the tachometer reads just 334 hours on it. This Catalina has two staterooms, a fully enclosed head & shower, plus a large main salon. She is hull number 62 from the factory. Here are some of the other features that I am aware of: Ultraleather seating surfaces in salon Windlass Anchor System Teak and holly flooring in the salon and staterooms Electric head Princess gas stove and Oven Delonghi Convection Oven Propane solenoid valve Acu-Gage water level monitor Water heater Standard Horizon VHF (appears newer) In-counter drop-in refrigerator Xantrex Power Inverter Charles Battery Charger Bow dodger Color Raymarine chartplotter/ radar unit at the helm Raymarine radome on the mast Raymarine autopilot at the helm Sony XPLOD Stereo with CD Changer Based on my observations, this Catalina exhibits a number of features and benefits beyond what I would consider an average 387 Catalina of this year. My observations include: The flag blue paint exhibits tremendous shine The sails, covers, and rigging lines appear to be in good, if not excellent, condition The stainless rails all appear to be in good condition and exhibit great shine The cabin appears to have been lightly used She has the optional air conditioning for the master stateroom (see note below) Her bow dodger and associated canvas appear to be in serviceable (if not good) condition Her engine appears relatively clean in appearance She has a newer LCD television in the salon with DVD player Her manuals are present She has the desirable WING KEEL/ SHOAL DRAFT (4’10”) She has brand new 4D batteries that were installed in October (2016). Based on looking at SHANNON and moving her to her current slip, I noticed the following imperfections/ items that may need attention: The board on air conditioning unit appears to need replacement. The A/C initially powered up for me on October 21st and blew cold air, however, the breaker tripped about 10 minutes after running. Power was checked and is good going into the board; however, it appears that the board shorted. This is relatively common for A/C units as we had a board failure two weeks ago on one of our vessels in Florida. (We had a board replaced for $600 last month in Florida.) There is area of paint on the starboard side that shows imperfections if seen up close. Upon closer inspection from various angles, I could see that there was a prior repair in that area that goes above the waterline to the cap and runs forward from mid-ship to the bow area. I am guessing that the surface in that spot was not prepped well enough for the paint. See photo.There are some spots on the interior wood walls where the stain has lightened. (The most noticeable areas are directly behind the shelf adjacent to the sofas. If SHANNON were my personal vessel, I would let the areas be and not bother re-staining/ refinishing.) The map table has discoloration in the wood. (I would plan to refinish this, if SHANNON were my personal boat.) While I consider the interior and exterior to be relatively clean in appearance, the next owner may desire to spend some hours (or hiring a detailer) to go through each hatch / surface / cubby hole to greater clean the appearance to his or her liking. The macerator pump appears to need replacement as its breaker trips immediately. I moved this boat on October 21st on Back Creek in Annapolis, Maryland. She started right up and ran great while underway. There are sails in the AFT stateroom. Please see the photos. To me, each looks to be in good condition. Note that my observation is solely based on what I can visually see of them in the stateroom. The mast is currently in storage near SHANNON’s current slip. Port Annapolis Marina quoted 14-16 hours to rig + tune the mast. They charge $105 per hour for rigging. Other yards will charge less, but for the purposes here, I recommend budgeting $1800 to re-step the mast. For those that desire to transport this Catalina via truck, it is a benefit to keep the mast down until she reaches her new destination. The sails are currently in the aft stateroom. They look exceptionally clean to me. It is important to note that of those sold comps above; the vast majority had more hours. (Average hours are generally accepted at 100 hours per year. I will be happy to send out the comps to those that request via email.) Further note that those numbers reflect the average prices. In my experience, comps with high hours, significant flaws, and high wear and tear tend to sell below the average price. Those comps with low hours, few flaws, and low wear and tear tend to sell above the average price. WE ENCOURAGE ALL SERIOUS PARTIES TO INQUIRE AND LOOK AT SHANNON. You may contact me, Rob, directly at 561-676-7250. We are looking to get SHANNON sold in the next few weeks. Do keep in mind that once this Catalina is sold, the chances of being able to find another at this opportunity will be nearly impossible. Please note that I am in Florida. We do not have any sales representatives located in Annapolis, however, I do have a couple of friends in Annapolis that can assist. SHANNON is currently winterized and on land in Annapolis (off Back Creek). Please keep in mind that SHANNON is a bank foreclosure and it is not my personal boat nor did I know the prior owner. I am not able to speak to the ins / outs of this vessel nor am I able to speak about how she sails, etc. My comments above are solely based on my own observations. I am sure there are more flaws than what I observed as she is a 10 year old+ vessel. This is not a brand new or perfect vessel. SHANNON will be the 3rd Catalina that we have sold in past year. Given the circumstances, information available, time of year, etc, we have set her WAY below average prices. I believe this represents an opportunity for the winning bidder to purchase SHANNON well below what the other 387s have been selling for on the traditional retail/ brokerage market. Please understand that I have done my best to represent the vessel as I notice it to be. Neither I, Aqueous, the financial institution, nor any other agents express or imply any guarantees or warranties whatsoever about this vessel (or any vessel). The description and photos do not represent any guarantees about the condition of the vessel or accuracy of any information. WE ENCOURAGE ALL BUYERS TO DO THEIR OWN INSPECTIONS / OBSERVATIONS PRIOR TO PURCHASING. Please understand that this is not a brand new yacht. Accordingly, we do not expect it to sell for the same price as a brand new one. Buyers are welcome to have the vessel inspected and surveyed. Any survey will be for the buyer’s benefit and will not constitute a price reduction or negotiating tool. Florida residents or anyone wishing to bring this Catalina to the State of Florida will be required to pay the state sales tax of 6%. We have a clear and marketable title to this vessel. SHANNON was previously documented with the United States Coast Guard. Upon qualification and a $84 application fee (if no lien is recorded), the new owner can obtain a USCG Certification documentation certificate in his/ her own name. If the owner desires a state issued Certificate of Title, then Aqueous can obtain a Florida Certificate of Title for the next owner if applicable fees and taxes are remitted. (Certificates can take up to 60 days to obtain.) Personal and/or professional inspections are very welcome prior to purchasing. Please feel free to call Rob with Aqueous Yachts at 561-676-7250 to come look at this beauty. Keep the saying in mind on this one: "The yacht that you found today and will consider tomorrow is the same one that another guy found yesterday and is considering today".DescriptionBasic InformationYear: 2005Make: CatalinaModel: 387Stock Number: 422VIN: CTYU0062H405Condition: UsedType: CruiserUse: Salt WaterHull TypeHull Material: FiberglassLength / BeamLength (Feet): 38.7Beam (Feet): 12.4EngineEngine: Single Inboard/OutboardEngine Make: OtherPrimary Fuel Type: DieselEngine Hours: 934Engine Horsepower: 40SpecificationsKeel: Shoal DraftBridge Height: 50.11Draft Distance: 4.9 ContactAqueous Yachts 18487 SE Federal Hwy Tequesta, Florida 33469Ask for:Rob ButlerDirect:(561) 676-7250Email: Email SellerEmail SellerEmail to FriendComplete and submit the form below to send a message to our dedicated sales team.* First Name:* Last Name:* Email:* Phone: Ext. Preferred Method:PhoneEmailMessage:Complete and submit the form below to send a link and your message to a friend.First Name:Last Name:* Your email:* Friend's email:We won't use this information for promotional purposes or disclose it to a third party.Message:DirectionsTermsAqueous Yachts 18487 SE Federal Hwy Tequesta, Florida 33469 View DirectionsAsk For:Rob ButlerDirect:(561) 676-7250 Email: Email SellerPlacing a Bid: Your bid constitutes a legally binding contract to purchase this vessel. Please do not bid if you're not seriously interested or financially able to purchase this vessel. Please read eBay's User Agreement Aqueous Yachts reserves the right to, Obtain and verify the registered information of all users who bid on this auction. Cancel any and all bids at our discretion, or end the auction early if necessary. Bidders Age: You must be 18 years of age or older to Bid. Special eBay Bid Retraction Rules: Please read eBay's "Retracting a Bid" If you place a bid before the last 12-hour period of the auction: You may retract that bid before that last 12-hour period but only for exceptional circumstances. You will not be allowed to retract that bid during the last 12-hour period of the auction. If you place a bid during the last 12-hour period of the auction: You will be allowed to retract the bid for exceptional circumstances but only if you do so within one hour after placing the bid.Funds & Financing: For help in arranging for a Pre-Approved loan or for any questions please e-mail or phone Rob at (561) 676-7250 prior to bidding. Buyers Inspection: Aqueous Yachts has done our best to disclose all information known about this vehicle for auction. Aqueous Yachts welcomes a buyers inspection. If you plan to have a buyers inspection, please make sure you inspect the vehicle prior to the auction ending. Inspection fees if any are Buyers responsibility. Representations and Warranties made by seller: This vessel is being sold "as is". Manufacturers warranties may still apply. No representations or warranties are made by seller, nor are any representations or warranties relied upon by bidders in making bids. Taxes and Registration fees: Out of state buyers are responsible for all state, county, city taxes and fees, as well as title service fees in the state that the vessel will be registered. All taxes and fees must be paid in full in order for vessel to be titled and registered. Title Information: Vessel titles may be held by banks or lenders as collateral for loans. In many cases there is a delay in receiving the original instruments up to 21 days from the time we pay a vessel off. While we usually have all titles in our possession at closing, there are occasions where we may be waiting for them to arrive. If payment is made by cashier's or personal checks we will hold all vessel for 10 days or until funds have cleared. Shipping & Delivery: All shipping charges are buyer's responsibility. Aqueous Yachts will help with shipping arrangements but will not be responsible in any way for claims arising from shipping damage! Licensed Carriers are generally insured for $3,000,000.00. We assume no responsibility for damages incurred to vessels. All shipping arrangements are provided by Aqueous Yachts as a courtesy. We are not affiliated with any carrier. Any claims or other communication regarding shipment of vessels will be between you and the shipper, not with Aqueous Yachts. The amount of time it takes for delivery is dependent on the carrier, but is generally 7-14 days from the date the vessel is picked up from our facility until it is delivered to your destination. Verify with the shipper for an Estimate Time of Arrival to be sure. Finalizing your Purchase: Aqueous Yachts will contact the successful high bidder by e-mail after the auction closes. Successful high bidder MUST communicate with Rob at Aqueous Yachts by e-mail or phone (561) 676-7250 within 24 hours of the auction ending to make arrangements to complete their transaction. If we cannot confirm your intention to buy or the sale is not completed within 5 days, we reserve the right to relist this vessel or sell to any other qualified buyer. In order to secure bid on vessel, Successful bidder (BUYER) must within 24 hours of bid closing send to Seller a Deposit in the amount of 10% by paypal, cash in person or bank certified funds. Within 72 hours of bid closing, Buyer must send balance of funds by cash in person or bank certified funds to Seller. At time of sending initial deposit, Buyer MUST fax copy of their State issued valid Driver License. Furthermore, before said vessel is released for shipment to Buyer, all other Sale related and title related paperwork must be signed and returned complete to Seller. Auction123, Inc. 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1977 Catalina 27SL

1977 Catalina 27SL

$8,500

Alpena, Michigan

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1977 Catalina 27SL. Presenting the - Fleur De Lis - this beautiful 1977 Catalina Yachts 27SL is a- Great Sailboat it is loaded with the features that make sailing comfortable - 2 burner range that runs on propane a stainless sink Package hand pump- 15 Gallon dual batteries with a switch a bilge pump a spinnaker with the- Bag a self contained toilet new West roller-furling jib a Genoa rail-mount - Stainless grille that runs on propane welded steel cradle life jackets are- Included and it is currently docked at the Thunder Bay Marina in Alpena.. Features and Specifications Include . Draft 4 Feet- Headroom 6 Feet- Beam 8 Foot 10 Inch- LOA Length 26 Feet 10 Inch- Sleeping Capacity 6 People. Sink- Head- Stove- AM-FM - Anchor - Radar- Compass- Fresh Water- Mainsail Cover- Auto Pilot -Tiller Mount- Depth Sounder- Radio 25 Watt VHF- Wind Display -Masthead. Located in Alpena MI. Financing nationwide shipping and warranties available to qualified buyers

1985 CATALINA 27 Tall Rig

1985 CATALINA 27 Tall Rig

$14,990

Stamford, Connecticut

Year 1985

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Model -

Category -

Length 27'

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1985 Catalina 27 Tall Rig One word may sum up the success of the Catalina 27—VALUE! For sale, Stamford CT, Tall Rig, Diesel, Wheel Helm, excellent condition. The Catalina 27 is an American classic. First launched in 1971, more than 6,600 boats were built during a 20-year production run, making it possibly the best-selling 27-footer of all time. Frank Butler, the 27's co-designer, as well as the founder and driving force behind Catalina Yachts, has an uncanny knack for creating boats that people love. The Catalina 27 is a spa­cious, user-friendly family cruiser.  Even by today's standards, these boats are quite roomy for a 27-footer. The designers provided this room and decent cruising accommodations in a package that remains good looking and "yacht-like" to most sailors’ eyes. A PHRF rating of around 210 means that the Catalina 27 can be raced compet­itively on Wednesday nights or in active one-design fleets, although racing is not its forte. It is an ideal boat for the way most of us use our boats, that is day sailing and week­end outings. The Catalina 27 was a "big" boat when it was first introduced in 1971. In fact, at the time it was the queen of the Catalina fleet. The look is " California1970s modern." This translates into an almost flat sheer line with a large but nicely blended cabin trunk and cockpit coamings. There is plenty of free­board and nearly 9 feet of beam, which, of course, creates space below. Under the water, the high­ aspect fin keel sweeps aft, as does the spade rudder. The Catalina 27 hull is solid fiberglass and the thick­ness tapers significantly from the waterline up. The deck is plywood cored. On deck, the Catalina 27 has a shallow but comfortable cockpit with a locker to port and aft lazarette. The companionway is enormous and there is not a bridge deck to speak of. The traveler is mounted over the companionway, The headsail tracks are inboard, allowing close sheeting angles. The forward hatch mounts flush, which is nice looking and saves a few toe bruises. Down below, the interior is spacious and user-friendly. The huge companionway makes stepping below a breeze. The layout includes a V-berth forward fol­lowed by an enclosed head. The saloon has two opposite settees and the galley is aft to port. This configuration includes plenty of storage, Headroom is about 6 feet and ven­tilation is adequate. One of the most surprising features of the 27 is how nicely it sails. The boat is fair­ly well balanced, and thrives upwind in moderate conditions. The Catalina 27 is responsive, relatively fast and easy to sail. The Catalina 27 fits the vague description of coastal cruiser and casual racer. With that said, several boats have made impressive pas­sages. This TALL RIG Catalina 27 is in excellent condition, no apparent issues with water intrusion, nor stress cracks aroun

30' 1987 Catalina Mark II

30' 1987 Catalina Mark II

$22,000

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Please contact boat owner John at 215-284-6333. Catalina 30 Mark II -- built in 1987. She is a Tall Rig with Bow Sprite and Wing Keel. This boat has been well maintained and significantly upgraded throughout. This sale includes full sailboat documentation, and the sailboat has a clean title. The sailboat (inside and out) is in real nice condition, and show only normal wear for a sailboat of its age. The sailboat has seen lots of maintenance, upgrades and replacements. She starts, runs, motors, and sails very nicely. The fiberglass interior and interior wood trim are all in good condition. The interior has matching blue seat cushions throughout, and are in good condition (non-smoker owner). A newer 12 volt low level cabin lighting systems both white and red colors was installed throughout the sailboat ('09 Season). The Catalina 30 is one of only 24 sailboats inducted into the Sail America, American Sailboat Hall of Fame. The C30 joins this venerable group of sailing yachts, based upon its sheer excellence as a cruiser / racer sailboat. We love it for its generous interior size, and comfortable cruising ability. See the web link http://www.sailamerica.com/halloffame/catalina30.asp for more information. The sailboat is a Tall Rig Mast (mast rewired '10 season), with Bow Sprite, and a Wing Keel (wing keel drafts only 3'10") so she can get in and out of shallow water easily. Original Main Sail (serviced and repaired) and has a 135 North Sail Jib, mounted on twin track, Harken III Roller Furling, Main Sail has a blue Sumbrella rollup sail cover and the Jib has a Sumbrella rollup cover installed to the Jib. The sailboat is setup up with single handed rigging controls (all lines lead to cockpit), with two extra winches. The front deck includes an electric anchor capstan winch with a foot switch. The sailboat has 2 large anchors, a large hinged plow anchor (primary) and a large Danforth type anchor as well. Both with 20'chain and 150' long rodes. The engine is a well serviced, very dependable M-25 XP 3-Cylinder Universal Diesel (25hp) engine in good working condition. The engine has been serviced and upgraded, w/new glow plugs (as well as glow plug and starter relays) installed for easy quick starting. The sailboat runs on diesel fuel from an 18 Gallon Aluminum Fuel Tank. Propeller has been upgraded with a two-blade folding Mar-Tec bronze sailing propeller (installed '09 season). Significant amount of new wiring 120v/12 throughout the entire boat (professionally rewired), including the addition of multiple additional 120v (10) and 12 (5) lighting stations throughout boat, a newly upgraded with a heavy duty battery wiring system and significantly upgraded heavy duty 12 volt systems behind original wiring panel. 2 new Group 27 batteries deep cycle batteries installed ('13 season). Shipwright in-line dual bank 110v battery charger with automatic relay disconnects from the main electrical buss. Additional 12 volt wiring and switching for a 12 volt inverter, and third battery was partially completed, but not fully installed. 2 - 12 volt inverters are included (small 200 watt, and large 850 watt). 30-amp shore power system with on-board GFI system includes 50'-30A shore power cord, 30 amp cable adapter to 120v plug included. All 120v outlets throughout the sailboat have been replaced with new devices and stainless steel cover plates. A nice clean bathroom (with both bright 120 volt lighting and 12 volt white/red lighting) has on-demand electric pressurized hot and cold water sink and shower. Well maintained marine toilet in good working condition with functional 20 gallon waste holding tank and new macerator pump (installed '11 Season). A well-lit galley kitchen includes twin sinks (a custom wooden cover panel for a sink to provide more counter space), new single lever pull out type sink faucet, with on-demand 12 volt electric Hot/cold pressurized water system, installed a new on-demand water pump with auto pressure shutoff ('10 Season), two fresh water holding tanks, 20 gallon Starboard fresh water tank, and 30 gallon optional nose tank, twin source (120v or engine) 6 gallon hot water heater for hot water. For cooking there is a working 2 burner CNG stove/oven combination, with a 12 volt electric tank shutoff valve. The sailboat's galley also includes a large custom countertop burner cover for additional counter space or cooler holder. The galley also includes a large built in ice box and a countertop microwave oven for quick cooking. Large interior salon includes custom interior cabinetry, such as an extra cocktail table, custom communications center which includes VHF Radio, with remote VHF RAM Mike, and an AM/FM/CD Player with remote, with ported, wall mounted custom made speaker cabinets and external cockpit speakers (ready for replacement). The salon also includes a wall mounted tide clock and ships clock. All Horizon VHF Two-Way Radio, Garmin GPS, Garmin Fish/Depth Finder, and Pioneer Stereo (easy direct MP-3 hookup to stereo through patch cord) are either 3 or 4 year's old. All exterior lighting switching was rerouted to the helm. Added mast mounted spreader bar lights for night time sail handling and or anchoring, Mast fully rewired ('11 Season), w/new quick connect base connections. LED lighting added to the port cockpit lazzerette. All internal halyards (replaced '10 season) lead back to the cockpit for sail handling, rope and pulley boom vang included. Two extra winches added to the cockpit for jib control from the helm. T-Shaped cockpit with Garmin GPS and Garmin Fish Finder, Rear Swim Ladder with Split Back Rail, 32" chrome Destroyer Wheel steering, Custom wooden Helm Box, cockpit table, Edison pedestal steering with new custom bronze engine throttle and transmission control levers and new control cable systems (installed in '10 Season), compass is dry, includes emergency tiller, cockpit whale manual hand pump, Split back-stay with rope and pulley back-stay tensioner, also included is an older style, but functional Edison Wheel Auto Pilot (needs new replacement floor mounted bracket). All internal halyards (replaced two seasons ago) lead back to the cockpit for sail handling, rope and pulley boom-vang. Other equipment not listed includes any other boat contents (to be sold with boat) digital weather station, CO2 Detector, miscellaneous boat part spares, bumpers, boat cushions, orange life jackets, dock lines and other rope cordage, new 25' fresh water hose and fresh water tank filling adapter, radar/day signal reflector, safety lines, mosquito netting, safety flares/flare gun kit, Jib installation tracking guide, 120 volt trouble lamp, emergency VHF antenna(s), a bosun's chair for climbing the mast, 2 fire extinguishers, hatch umbrella, wind sock for front hatch, custom made ceiling mounted fishing rod holders, window screens for port windows, two winch handles, mast storage support rack, other items not listed. As stated in the ad, the boat is located in Philadelphia PA at Quaker City Yacht Club and currently setup for winter storage with the mast lowered and on top of the sailboat . The sailboat is available for inspection by appointment only. For inspection, call John.

1973 C&C Yachts 27

1973 C&C Yachts 27

$8,000

Jacksonville, Florida

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Private Seller (715) 557-0767 Photos Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Photo 5 Photo 6 Photo 7 Photo 8 Photo 9 Photo 10 Photo 11 Photo 12 Close Request Information * Name First Name * Email Telephone (optional) Best Time to Contact Anytime Morning Mid-day Evening Question/Comments (optional) Shop Safely: Protect Your Money. By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use. Contact Seller 1973 C&C Yachts 27--REDUCED PRICE Motivated seller considering all reasonable offers! Sail this boat home today! It's ready for you and your family! This yacht is named Desiderata. She has been a project for over 3 years now. There is nothing left aboard this yacht that has not been inspected and gone threw. My opinion is that overall the yacht is in great shape for its age and a shining example of the long term durability of a well built fiberglass yacht. Desiderata was re-launched on December 16 2013 in St. Petersburg FL following a 2.5 year refit in the town of Dresser WI at "Shipwreck Boat Works" a highly reputable boat service yard. Having also spent its previous 40+ years in the freshwater of the Midwest's lakes and rivers getting only seasonal use, the yacht has an air of crisp shiny newness about it despite its age. The deck paint and non-skid is "Awlgrip" brand put on under the supervision of the professionals at "Shipwreck Boat Works". The gelcoat on the freeboard is original, but was restored to a high gloss. The bottom was completely smoothed, faired, and then covered with "Interlux Epoxy Barrier Coat System" put on after at least 2 years of drying out on the hard- so there is no risk of sealing water under the barrier coat resulting in a practically blister proof hull. "Interlux Ultra" bottom paint was applied a week before wetting the boat in its new home of St. Petersburg Florida. This yacht sails great in light air, she is fast and nimble, but still behaves herself when the afternoon thunderstorms hit. We have sailed her to every corner of Tampa Bay as well as a 700+ nm journey from St. Petersburg to her current home in Jacksonville FL which took us threw the legendary Florida Keys. We have full faith this yacht could take you anywhere your willing to sail. But we personally have decided to move up to a bigger cruising yacht that is an opportunity we can't pass up. If you carefully examine our photo album of the yacht you will find that almost all of the photos were recently taken and that the descriptions of the photos tell more than we have space for in an ad. Copy and paste link to see Photo Album: _____ http://s1246.photobucket.com/user/TheOLScrew/library/Desiderata _____ She is faster and more capable boat than the Catalina 27 or Hunter 30. $8000, 7155570767 Be sure: Get a boat history report|Finance this boat|Get an insurance quote|

BEAUTIFUL TURNKEY SAILBOAT  GREAT CONDITION

BEAUTIFUL TURNKEY SAILBOAT GREAT CONDITION

$9,000

Long Beach, California

Year 1983

Make CAPITAL YACHTS

Model NEWPORT MK II

Category Daysailer Sailboats

Length 27.0

Posted Over 1 Month

1983 Newport 27’ – Capital Yachts2 cylinder Universal diesel engine (engine was rebuilt in 2012)Auto bilge pumpHull cleaning & inspected once a monthDanforth anchor Holds 28 gallon of diesel (half gallon per hour)Holds 25 gallon of waterNew alternator in April 2013New battery 2014Changed oil & transmission fluid May 2015Furuno GPS systemSailed from Mission Bay in San Diego, to Catalina, then final destination Long Beach Marina Spring of 2013Sailed to and from Catalina again in March 2014 *** Boat has been in really good hands & very well taking care of*** Inside: Six foot of head roomTeak interior Two couchesSleeps five Mini refrigerator Dining TableGimbaled stove (propane)Pressurized working sink with regular faucet & an optional foot pumpWorking head (powered flush, macerator)New HD TVDVD playerAM/FM Radio with CD player, & Auxillary cable to connect with other devicesShip to shore radioFire extinguisher, flare Gun with flaresPlenty of storage room Outside: Dodger Roller furling Steering wheel with a tiller optionbbq grill Swim ladder Outboard motor mount 4 fishing rod holders 2 padded seat cushions 8 life jackets PREFER PAYMENTS TO BE MADE IN PERSONEMAIL clayton0600@dslextreme.com

BEAUTIFUL TURNKEY SAILBOAT  GREAT CONDITION

BEAUTIFUL TURNKEY SAILBOAT GREAT CONDITION

$10,000

Long Beach, California

Year 1983

Make CAPITAL YACHTS

Model NEWPORT MK II

Category Daysailer Sailboats

Length 27.0

Posted Over 1 Month

1983 Newport 27’ – Capital Yachts2 cylinder Universal diesel engine (engine was rebuilt in 2012)Auto bilge pumpHull cleaning & inspected once a monthDanforth anchor Holds 28 gallon of diesel (half gallon per hour)Holds 25 gallon of waterNew alternator in April 2013New battery 2014Changed oil & transmission fluid May 2015Furuno GPS systemSailed from Mission Bay in San Diego, to Catalina, then final destination Long Beach Marina Spring of 2013Sailed to and from Catalina again in March 2014 *** Boat has been in really good hands & very well taking care of*** Inside: Six foot of head roomTeak interior Two couchesSleeps five Mini refrigerator Dining TableGimbaled stove (propane)Pressurized working sink with regular faucet & an optional foot pumpWorking head (powered flush, macerator)New HD TVDVD playerAM/FM Radio with CD player, & Auxillary cable to connect with other devicesShip to shore radioFire extinguisher, flare Gun with flaresPlenty of storage room Outside: Dodger Roller furling Steering wheel with a tiller optionbbq grill Swim ladder Outboard motor mount 4 fishing rod holders 2 padded seat cushions 8 life jackets PREFER PAYMENTS TO BE MADE IN PERSONEMAIL clayton0600@dslextreme.com

1986 Newport 28

1986 Newport 28

$10,995

New York, New York

Year 1986

Make Newport

Model 28

Category Sailboats

Length 28'

Posted Over 1 Month

1986 Newport 28 Newport 28By Capital YachtsWhether your new to sailing or an old salt, you won't have to look hard to know that Capital Yachts built a sweet pocket cruiser in the 28. Modest in SA/D and weight, but tough in the overall construction process, these fine little yachts have stood the test of time far better than most. The 28 has a solid glass hull and a well built cored deck, so serious issues are rare. Sailing favorably against Sabre 28 or a Catalina 27, the Newport is stiff after a bit of initial tenderness in a breeze, yet lively. These boats sail well and Sailing Magazine was right to note them as a strong value for those seeking an entry level boat with good manners and roomThis example has good sails, wheel steering, diesel engine and much more. She will be fully detailed and bottom painted. Many more photos to come, but why not get a jump on the sailing season and come see her now? I can be reached anytime at the number below. We are a full service broker and can have you sailing fast!