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Gulfstar Gulfstar Boats for sale
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Stockton Springs, Maine
The listing broker has not personally visited or seen the this listing. The pictures and information have been provided directly from the seller and online resources. The seller reports the vessel to be in average to above average condition Stock #175966 Completely renovated and updated Gulfstar Sailmaster! If you are in the market for a sloop, look no further than this 1982 Gulfstar 40 Sailmaster, priced right at $98,900 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Stockton Springs, Maine and is in good condition. She is also equipped with a Perkins engine that has 1,100 hours. Reason for selling is retiring from sailing.
Category Sloop Sailboats
Posted 1 Month Ago
Overall, you will find this vessel in fine working condition. Good quality sails and quality rigging which is fresh and strong. There is an additional 70' of 5/16 chain and 150' of 1" yacht braid which is used as the dock line. The vessel is a well equipped "Voyage Ready" craft that is captain and crew friendly, and suitable for world travel. Seller plans to put the boat on the hard in September. It will be shrinkwrapped. Stock #155287 TO MANY UPGRADES TO LIST!!! Seller Finance Option to qualified buyer! Perfect charter boat! Great Live-Aboard! If you are in the market for a sloop, look no further than this 1976 Gulfstar 37 CRUISING SAILBOAT CENTER CONSOLE, just reduced to $62,100 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Bellingham, Washington and is in great condition. She is also equipped with a Perkins engine that has 2,165 hours. Reason for selling is family decision.
Posted 1 Month Ago
We encourage all inquiries and questions relating to its present condition, the accuracy of details including but not limited to its location, engine hours, service history, listing status and features. All but 1 of the portlights have been replaced and the 1 remaining unit is included and awaiting the installation by the new owner. She received 2 coats of barrier cat and bottom paint in May 2016. Her standing rigging was replaced 2005ish and was thoroughly inspected and approved by a professional rigger in 2017. Stock #163984 Rare Center Cockpit has just finished the Great Loop and is awaiting her next adventure If you are in the market for a ketch, look no further than this 1978 Gulfstar 43 MK II Center Cockpit Ketch, just reduced to $42,000 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Deltaville, Virginia and is in good condition. She is also equipped with a Perkins engine that has 4,700 hours. Reason for selling is they finished the great loop and are retiring from boating.
St Marks, Florida
The vessel is clean and appears well maintained. Interior teak wood is in good condition. The interior cushions, berth cots, table tops, counters and flybridge chair all appear to be in good condition. Seller describes the twin engines as in good working order, smooth running and reliable. The generator worked fine when last used, but the seller confirmed that the generator has not been used for an extended time. All other electronics, appliances are in good working order. There are separate engine hour meters but the seller cannot confirm they are exactly accurate. Stock #170811 Well maintained with upgrades and features. Sound and seaworthy boat. If you are in the market for a trawler, look no further than this 1973 Gulfstar 36, priced right at $21,750 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Saint Marks, Florida and is in great condition. She is also equipped with twin Perkins engines. Reason for selling is health reasons.
Deerfield Beach, Florida
The boat appears in great condition. The owner has constantly upgraded and maintained the boat. The teak is very nice. Mainsail is 10 plus years old and is covered in the mast. Winches and hardware in good working order. Running rigging shows weathered wear. Two ac units require service, they are not working at this time. The boat has great ventilation, so the owner did not think ac was needed". Stock #170884 Beautiful Classic Center Cockpit with two Staterooms!!! If you are in the market for a sloop, look no further than this 1977 Gulfstar 50, just reduced to $79,999 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Deerfield Beach, Florida and is in great condition. She is also equipped with a Perkins engine. Reason for selling is two boat owner.
This 1986 Gulfstar 49 is in unbelievably good shape considering her age. Owner installed a second A/C unit In case there was a need for a back-up unit. Three gorgeous staterooms with beautiful woodwork throughout this boat Per the Seller: All features are in working order. Stock #168463 49' Cabin Cruiser powered by a 375HP CAT 3208 diesel engine, 3 state rooms - 3 heads! If you are in the market for a motoryacht, look no further than this 1986 Gulfstar 49, just reduced to $150,000 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Decaturville, Tennessee and is in great condition. She is also equipped with twin Caterpillar engines that have 6,000 hours. Reason for selling is not using.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
New Lowrance Chartplotter. New Standard Horizon DSC VHF. The cabin is in very good condition. Sails and canvas have been stored below deck. Two extra sails and spinnaker pole. Topside teak could use some attention to make the deck standout. Light crazing of gel-coat, which would be considered normal. Standing rigging aged. Refrigeration leak at the fill port. Tri-light atop mast not working Stock #154127 Classic Gulfstar 36! NEED TO SELL QUICK!!!! Solid Fiberglass-Encapsulated Keel! Solar Panel! New Prop Shaft! New Windows,Chartplotter,Bottom Paint! If you are in the market for a sloop, look no further than this 1983 Gulfstar 36, just reduced to $23,900 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and is in good condition. She is also equipped with a Westerbeke Diesel engine that has 505 hours. Reason for selling is health problems in family.
Latham, New York
According to the Seller: Throughout the vessel, the carpeting was removed to expose the subfloor. Flooring choice from paint to teak is awaiting its new owner. The hardware on the deck needs to be lifted and re-bed. While the previous owner did extensive work on the deck, more options are awaiting the new owner. Uninstalled cleats, rigging, and a dinghy lift are included with this Gulfstar. The front navigation lights need to be replaced. Windlass anchor motor needs some work Stock #129778 Spacious Ketch looking for some TLC to complete an unfinished remodel If you are in the market for a ketch, look no further than this 1973 Gulfstar 41, just reduced to $12,500 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Latham, New York and is in need of some work. She is also equipped with a Perkins engine. Reason for selling is no time to commit to the gulfstar.
East Greenwich, Rhode Island
The yacht is in good condition throughout. Interior and exterior surfaces all appear clean and in good repair. There is no evidence of stains or leaks and all areas are clean and inviting. Bunk mattresses ,sofas, upholstery on bunk mattresses were new i 2015 Dinghy/outboard shown are not included in sale - power davits are included with vessel. All systems are reported to be in good working condition. Stock #161675 This vessel was SOLD on November 21. If you are in the market for a motoryacht, look no further than this 1982 Gulfstar 48, priced right at $119,000 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in East Greenwich, Rhode Island and is in great condition. She is also equipped with twin Detroit Diesel engines.
1972 Gulfstar 43 Extremely clean and updated Gulfstar that would make a great live aboard. Conscientious owners have her in very good shape and ready for more adventures. Spacious center cockpit with full enclosure separates two large cabins. Full galley. 135 hp Perkins diesel rebuilt in 1990.
Category Pilothouse Boats
Posted Over 1 Month
1975 Gulfstar 43 MKII Trawler STOP! MUST READ! Before you compare this boat to any other you have to understand that this boat is different. If you have looked at a lot of older trawlers and are tired of wasting your time looking for a DRY BOAT, with NO MOLD OR MILDEW, then this is the boat for you. Aluminum frame windows, no rot, no leaks. This Gulf Star 43 Trawler has spent her entire life until 2016 in the fresh water of Lake Michigan and inside a climate controlled building all of her life except the 3 months a year she was enjoyed by her owner. Current owners have a life style change and need to let her go after a fantastic trip from Michigan to Florida and back up to Virginia. At cruising speed of 7 to 8 knots she has a total fuel consumption of 2.61 GPH. This past February she had a brand new Westerbeke 7.6 KW generator installed to specs including new sea-cocks, hoses, wiring and all. Just broken in with 54 total run hours. Perkins Engines purr. No hour data is known unfortunately but the engines have been thoroughly inspected and cannot run better. Owner is tracking hours now with GPS time. The boat has a low air draft and is perfect for the Loop. There are on going projects to finish. However none should keep you in port. She is ready to continue North or South. Please understand that you can find other Gulfstars for sale but none that are solid like this one. Price is firm. What a find! No wet decks, leaking windows, mold or mildew.
1984 Gulfstar 49 Motor Yacht 1984 Gulfstar 49 Motor Yacht - BRAND NEW LISTING! THREE STATEROOMS - THREE HEADS - TWIN DIESELSThis is a great liveaboard and cruiser. All the comforts of home! Don't miss out on this beauty!
La Salle, Michigan
1981 Gulfstar 50' Ketch Gulfstar Yachts was founded in 1970 by Vince Lazzara, an industry pioneer who in the early 1950s helped make a success of Aeromarine, one of the very first fiberglass boatbuilders. In the early 1960s he did the same at Columbia Yachts, which became the worlds biggest sailboat builder in its day. Early on Gulfstar emphasized low price and maximum interior space over build quality and sailing ability, but in the mid-1970s the company shifted gears and worked to deliver a more high-end product. The most notable manifestation of this was the Gulfstar 50, a large center-cockpit cruiser first introduced in 1975. The GS 50 was the best boat Gulfstar ever built and also the most popular, with 172 hulls launched during a six-year production run that ended in 1980. Designed by Lazzara himself, the GS 50 boasts superior interior joinery, generous accommodations, robust construction, and a well proportioned hull and rig. These days it is one of the best values on the brokerage market in a larger center-cockpit boat. Though better built than most Gulfstars, the GS 50 is not without its faults. Construction is simple and straightforward, with a solid hull laminate composed of multiple layers of mat and woven roving. (Note, however, a few hulls may be cored with balsa.) The hull is stiffened, not with liners, but with full bulkheads and furniture components that are tabbed in place. The deck is balsa-cored, with a through-bolted joint glassed over from below. The full-length rudder skeg is also bolted in place. The ballast, which consists of lead chunks embedded in concrete slurry, is encapsulated within the long fin keel. Problems over the years have included hull blisters, which normally are just cosmetic, but in some cases have involved saturated cavities surrounding the ballast. These must be drained and flushed before they are filled in. The mainmast step, an iron plate in the bilge directly over the keel, is subject to corrosion, while the mizzen step on ketch-rigged boats may have crushed the deck core beneath it. Leaking deck fixtures, hatches, and port windows are other common complaints. In some boats the bronze stern tube housing the rudderstock may eventually separate from the surrounding hull laminate and must then be rebonded in place. There have also been reports of loose tabs around bulkheads and sub-floor structures that also need rebonding. The good news is that many owners value their GS 50s enough that they are willing to make repairs. Well-maintained boats are not hard to find; boats in poor condition are priced accordingly and normally are worthy of reconstruction. For most owners the boats most attractive feature is its interior. The more popular layout, originally developed for the charter trade, features three staterooms and works very well for families. The master stateroom aft with an en sui
1986 Gulfstar 44 Motor Yacht Well maintained 44 foot Motor Yacht with ample sleeping arrangements and entertainment options. Two staterooms with enclosed heads, a full galley, and salon complete the cabin area. The fly bridge is complete with a double wide helm seat, full electronics, and a small aft deck. Avon Dinghy w/ Davit System Onan Generator Numerous Updates
Harwich Port, Massachusetts
1982 Gulfstar GFS 44 Rarely does a yacht of this vintage come on the market that has been maintained to such exacting standards. Under the stewardship of her second owner, Sea Hawk has proven to be a competitive racer and a fast and able cruiser. The interior features a very roomy main salon, galley, forward vee birth, navigation station, aft cabin with dedicated head with separate shower, another head accessible from both the main salon as well as the vee birth, ample storage throughout the entire vessel and an engine room with access through two points of entry. The interior teak has been coated with West Clear Epoxy for a rich appearance requiring very low maintenance. The sail inventory includes a North Mainsail with 2 full battens and 3 sets of reef points in good condition; a North 152% Genoa in excellent condition on a Harken roller furler system; an extra Mainsail and 130% Genoa; a working spinnaker with 18’ spinnaker pole. The rig includes a removable inner head stay for a hank-on heavy air jib. The mast and boom maintained with Awlgrip. This Gulfstar 44 is powered by the original Perkins 4-108 engine with fewer than 2500 hours of use. It has always run with Mobil 1 synthetic oil. The Perkins provides 10 nautical miles per gallon at 5-6 knot cruising speed with a custom Gori 23x13 folding propeller. Maximum motoring speed over 7.8 knots. The hull bottom has been resurfaced with 24oz biaxial fiberglass cloth and West Epoxy so blisters will never be a problem. Micron 66 bottom paint wet sanded for superior performance and anti-fouling. A 280 watt solar panel with MPPT controller and 400 watt Airgen wind generator produce sufficient power eliminating the need for a generator. A Furuno radar is mounted on an aft pole. Ground tackle includes a 45 pound Plow anchor with 3/8” SS chain plus nylon rode; a Danforth 22# and similar lunch hook anchor 14# are included. 2013 Custom made skeg over 20kSpent Kingman Marine