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2007 Beneteau 49 The Beneteau 49 "RIPTIDE" was generously donated to St. Mary's College of Maryland in 2012. It has been lightly used and maintained by the college since donation. "RIPTIDE" is now ready for her next adventure. The original owner spared no expense in equipping the boat. This is a turn-key blue-water cruiser.GeneratorBow ThrusterReverse Cycle Heat and Air ConditioningElectric Roller Furling HeadstayElectric Winches Complete Set of Electronics Call today to schedule an appointment to see "RIPTIDE". You won't be disappointed.
Charleston, South Carolina
1978 Uniflite Valiant 40 “CURRENT PRICE” IS A GUIDE. ALL OFFERS RESPECTFULLY CONSIDERED. General Description "The Valiant 40 is a modern classic. Performance has become synonymous with Valiant and in no small way responsible for its success. We proudly boast the fact that a readership poll by SAIL magazine selected the Valiant 40 as the "Offshore Cruiser of the Decade". With proven performance spanning three decades, Valiant Yachts continues to be the choice of serious sailors who sail the oceans of the world. Valiant owners are unanimous in their conviction that their Valiants are exceptional blue-water passage makers." The Valiant 40 has perhaps influenced modern blue water cruiser design more than any other boat. Prior to the Valiant 40, cruising sailboats were synonymous with heavy and slow. The genius that designer Bob Perry brought in the Valiant 40 was to put what was then a modern IOR racing shape under the waterline and match it with a cruising hull above. He built this concept into a boat with the look of a Scandinavian double ender and in doing so help further the American love for traditional double ender that exists to this day. Winning multiple single handed ocean races, it quickly gained a reputation of being a fast and serious ocean going passage-maker. The boat is a regular circum navigator, some claiming perhaps no other cruising boat has logged as many open ocean miles, and in 1997 the Valiant 40 was inducted into the American Sailboat Hall of fame. Actual ConditionThis vessel was in the middle of a complete refit when the owner relocated and could not finish the project. It has been donated and is being sold as-is. The Valiant is known for blisters, caused by the fire retardant resin used in manufacturing, and this boat does have them. The deck and cabin top blisters were ground and filled. Reportedly, after the blisters were repaired the deck and cabin top were coated with primer to protect the epoxy. The surfaces need to cleaned, reprimed and painted. Below the waterline, reportedly the blisters were ground and filled prior to applying barrier coat and bottom paint. Above the waterline there are still blisters to deal with. Hatches, port lights, and ventilation have been updated and replaced. The cabin headliner has been replaced. Some of the interior wood work has been refinished and/or replaced. The Galley: Reported by donor: Like new microwave ovenForce 10 3-Burner Propane ovenNew propane control panel and valve. Propane tubing has been routed but not yet connected. Two 30 lb (NOT the typical 20 lb gas grill type) aluminum propane tanks, with OPD valves, in an aft-mounted propane locker. Propane alarm installed and tested. 110vac refrigeration sys
Charleston, South Carolina
1986 S2 Yachts 27 “CURRENT PRICE” IS A GUIDE. ALL OFFERS RESPECTFULLY CONSIDERED. General Description The S2 27, built by Tiara Yachts, is one of the most responsive 27's ever produced by a US sailboat builder...perfect for cruising in a cove, daysailing and even overnight trips. Designed by G&S, this model demonstrates excellent quality and workmanship. Actual Condition This well-maintained S2 has been lovingly donated and is ready to sail. This is a fresh water boat and it appears to show extremely well. This is your opportunity to get a wonderful sailing vessel and help a great cause! Don't miss this one...make an offer now! EquipmentA trailer is not included in this sale. Engines Please read Motors and Machinery Disclaimer. Motors and Machinery DisclaimerNo statement of condition can be made regarding motors, engines or machinery, whatsoever. A photo may appear of the engine compartment and machinery, but it is entirely the buyers responsibility to inspect and determine their actual condition. * On occasion we receive unverified information regarding mechanical condition. "Ripple" LAM
Green Cove Springs, Florida
1976 S 2 S2 8.0 Meter, Single owner, well kept by meticulous University of Florida engineering professor since he purchased it and donated it to the university. Solid boat that can be sailed as is or could use some upgrades. Located in NE Florida on the St Johns River. See the owners notes in the attached photos documents.