Chinese Junk Boats for sale
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The seller states that not a lot has been done to the outside of the boat. The sail cloth is not rotted but has some holes and discoloration. The bamboo needs cleaning and needs new rope, but the seller has used them in the wind. Decks have been refinished. The portable generator is a recent addition and is included. Al teak is in good condition. Engine oil changed every 100 hours, and it runs well with no smoking. The bottom was painted in 2020. The boat is currently on the Tenn-Tom headed to Clearwater, FL. Stock #309780 Don't be caught saying "I Wish I Would Have". Sails with bamboo battens and what a history! Built in Hong Kong in 1967 This boat was found on the hard in 2020, where it had been out of the water for about 6 years. The current owner spent over 700 hours cleaning and fixing her back up, and has traveled 1,799 miles on the Mississippi, Ohio, and Tennessee Rivers until reaching its current location in Alabama. He said it is a rock-solid teak boat and will be heading the boat South. It is powered by a Detroit Diesel 4-53 engine that puts out 130 HP. At cruising speed it has a range of approximately 1,200 miles. It has a closed-loop cooling system and uses raw water to cool the coolant. It features four 100-watt solar panels to charge the 6 deep cycle batteries and one 200 watt solar panel to charge the two recent lithium 200ah batteries which in turn will run your water, lights, and electric needs with the 2200W inverter. For navigation you have a 10" Samsung tablet. The refrigerator, microwave and lighting all run off of the batteries and inverter when not using shore power. It also has two 12 volt 19" televisions. The head is recent with a shower and a recently installed macerator for the toilet. There are two televisions, a stereo with Bose speakers and a newer VHF radio. While restoring the boat the seller included USB charging ports throughout. On the deck, there is a windlass, and two anchors. It comes with 10' of chain and 300' 5/8 rode. The chest in the photos also comes with the boat. The seller says it is a great one-of-a-kind sailing vessel, and delivery is possible when he heads South. Reason for selling is not using.
This Authentic Chinese Junk was Custom Built from old growth Teak and Yacal, a very rare and valuable wood combination in today's wooden and plastic boat market. The entire boat was recently painted. The trailer will come with the boat. It's a custom built 4 axle galvanized trailer with a capacity of 24,000 lbs. She's currently in Storage and undercover. More photos are difficult to get at this time. We'll update the listing with more when possible. Stock #102326 Time To Embrace The Dragon Lady And Sail The Seas!! This beautiful Chinese Junk is 22,000 lbs of Old Growth Teak. Dragon Lady is a full Chinese three masted, Lug rigged, Teak Junk, built in Hong Kong in 1958 at the Ho Sung Boatyard. She is 33' long with a Beam of 13'6" and a 4' Draft. The aft deck which is covered by a Sunbrella canvas awning with 6 feet of headroom has seating for 6 adults. So, whether you use this as a personal vessel or maybe give sunset couples cruises, you'll be comfortable while being the talk of the town. To assist with moving her through the water, she's powered by a Perkins 4.108 diesel engine with 40 gallons of fuel capacity. The age of the engine and hours of use are unknown. She was last serviced December 2015. The hydraulic steering at the Helm station makes driving her a pleasure. She has the 3 Lug Rigged Sails, which the owner reports offers 15 knots downwind with motor assist. Below decks, the galley consists of a double sink,small convection oven, and a small 4' refrigerator. Across from the galley is the Head with Toilet and a Chinese Bathtub. She doesn't have a water tank aboard, she uses a direct hook up to the shore water. Convection Oven and Fridge are 12 volt. The Main Salon is roomy with a 7' ceiling, a bunk seat and a fold out Bed. The rear salon under the aft deck is a low 5' ceiling which houses a double and single Bunk. You'll turn heads everyday on the water.
Warwick, Rhode Island
2017 Homemade Chinese Junk CURRENT PRICE IS A GUIDE. ALL OFFERS RESPECTFULLY CONSIDERED. General Description Thomas E. Colvin, NA Design 48' Ocean Cruising Auxiliary 3-masted Junk. She has a 5' Draft, and dual integral keel cooling. There is lots of headroom for a six-footer. This is a big, stable, tough, easily maintained, operator-friendly boat with a great deck layout, and a capacity to cruise anywhere in the world. Design anticipates easy crewing by a couple, and single-handed under sail or power is a viable option.Actual Condition It is reported, due to health reasons, the owner has suspended the project. All major steel construction has been completed, including grinding of all hull welds. The ship has also been sandblasted and painted. There are well over 6,000 hours of construction into the Chinese Junk at this point. The hull, deck, bulwark, and cabin plate are high-strength low-alloy Corten Steel. The frames, keel shoe and t-bar are A-36. All steel is certified, and from USA Plants. All plates were cut with plasma to preclude any warping. All welding was done with modern, inverter-based welding machines. The hull plate welds were triple welded with very high-quality filler metal. Generally, the interior welds were made with a dual shield mig process, and the exterior welds were made with a traditional stick process. The rest of the work necessary to complete the project is primarily inside carpentry, plumbing, sail making and wiring. Almost all major parts, such as portlights, shaft, propeller, hatches, windlasses, masts, rigging, etc. are ready to bolt on to the hull now that the sandblasting and painting have been completed. EquipmentEquipment Included in the Package: Three masts approximately 11,000 pounds of 50-pound lead bricks custom-sized for the keel space. 22 Lewmar #1 Ocean Series Portlights with interior trim and screens. Cam action lock and friction hinges to hold at any angle. Approximately 8 3/8 inches by 16 1/2 inches overall (7x14), Lloyd's approved. ("Ocean Series"
Los Osos, California
Category Cruiser Motorcycles
Posted Over 1 Month
West Coast Flicka 20 Sloop Pocket Cruiser Pacific Seacraft w/Trailer #53 1978 Click Photos to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Description Pacific Seacraft Flicka 20"The Little Ship Who Could" Located in Central California The Flicka 20 is a world capable pocket cruising vessel that has truly been tested in many long, bluewater voyages. Bruce Bingham Design Pacific Seacraft Hull #53 1978 Fiberglass Honda 9.9 Outboard Sloop Rig Trailer included No Head-Port-Potty This little Flicka has been well taken care of and sailed with love. Docked in Morro Bay, California and sailed often. Before that she was on her trailer in Nevada and sailed infrequently on Lake Tahoe. She has sailed from San Francisco to Santa Cruz and more recentlyfrom Morro Bay to San Simeon or Port San Luis, performing brilliantly,especially in heavy seas. Trailer recently overhauled Surge type braking system New Lines, shoes, etcIncludes wheel for extending tongueEasylift mfg. (the bottom photos are from the original Flicka brochure and are not of this exact Flicka) Since Bruce Bingham published the Flicka line drawings in RUDDER in 1972, Flicka's have been built in ferrocement, wood and fiberglass. They have been rigged as a gaff cutter, masthead sloop, fractional sloop, marconi cutter, yawl, schooner, wishbone, top-sail gaff-cutter, bald-headed gaff-cutter, lateen, and Chinese Lug (Junk rig). Flickas have crossed the Atlantic, the Pacific, the Gulf of Mexico and sailed to the Sea of Cortez from California, as well as cruised the Sea of Cortez. They have cruised the Mediterranean from France to Corsica and Minorca and even crossed France by canal. There are few oceans which have not been explored by these seaworthy "little ships." Over the years, the Flicka has acquired a reputation for seaworthiness, speed under sail and bringing her crew back home from the sea. Wherever the next harbor is, the Flicka is recognized - her perky sheer, blunt bow, beautiful transom are known to all sailors. The conversation usually begins with, "Is that a Flicka? Salty looking little boat. You can go anywhere in that boat - seaworthy. The Flicka is sailed by people all over the world." "Whether the Flicka has reached over 300 because she's a beautiful and distinctive boat or because she's built to take the sea is impossible to determine. Regardless, the Flicka's popularity is a tremendous source of pride for me, not to mention the justice done to her design by Pacific Seacraft. The many many miles that I sailed in Sabrina were exciting, fulfilling, confident, enjoyable and comfortable ones. She did everything ever asked of her and did it extremely well bespeaking both the success of the Flicka design, the wisdom crafted into it's turn-of-the-century ancestors and the diligence of those in the plant which translates the Flicka into a 20th century reality. The Flicka is still my dream and my most rewarding achievement and experience." ~ Bruce P. Bingham Flicka 20 Specifications These are the hull specifications from the Pacific Seacraft Flicka. Other Flickas may vary in dimensions. Flicka 20 Sail Area These are the rig and sail dimensions for the Pacific Seacraft Flicka. Other Flickas may vary in rig and sail area from these measurements. What do I,P,J and E mean?EFoot length of mainsail from tack to clew. Distance from the tack to the black band at the end of boom, so long as the sail does not extend beyond the ban. Otherwise, use the length of the foot when outhaul is fully taut. In the event the clew of the mainsail is carried below the top of the boom where it intersects the mast (boom drop), measure E along the slop of the mainsail.IThe foretriangle height measured along the foreside of the mast from the main deck "datum" to the top of jib halyard sheave. Note: the height of the deck used as datum for this measurement shall be taken as 4% of beam above the shear line abreast of the mast.JDistance from the foreside of the mast to the point where forestay attaches to the deck or bowsprit, in a direction level with the waterline.PLuff length of mainsail from tack to head. Distance from the tack to the black band at the top of the mast, so long long as the sail does not hoist above the band. Otherwise, use the top of the main halyard sheave. Pacific Seacraft Hull Numbers All Pacific Seacraft Flickas had a factory hull number stamped on them. This is usually on the top edge of the transom. Use the tables below to find out more about your Flicka. Payment and Shipping PAYMENT TERMS: Cashier's Check SHIPPING TERMS: Pick Up Only-comes with trailer inkfrog terapeak