Mariner Ketch Sailboats Boats for sale
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The vessel looks very clean for the age. It's obvious the owner took good care of her. She will need some TLC on small things here and there. The engine works as it should and sounds great, check the end of the video. Stock #264273 ONE OF KIND 1964 COLVIN 40 BUGEYE KETCH! CONTINUE A TRADITION OF A BEAUTIFUL CRUISING YACHT! UPDATE 3/20/2022 Hull just got new topsides & bottom paint. 2 new photos uploaded at the end of the photo section showing that. The boat is relaunched Monday 3/21/2022 This is a rare opportunity to own this great wooden sailing ketch with lots of history! The owner of this unique ketch is the 4th owner in This vessel's 57-year history. He owned her for the last 29 years, and the other 3 owners for the first 28 years combined. This vessel had a very interesting history. She comes armed with two cannons if desired, please inquire about them if you're interested. According to the owner, this 1964 Colvin Bugeye was designed by Thomas Colvin & built by Ray Kaufman & friends. Colvin manufacturing in Mathews, Va. in 1964. Mr. Kaufman was an MIT-educated Naval Architect from Williamsburg, VA who circumnavigated the globe in a 45ft ketch named HURRICANE & wrote a book called "Hurricane's Wake" in 1942. Owner statement: "This beautiful Colvin Bugeye has weathered 7 hurricanes, 5 Nor'easters, & 3 tornados. She has been extremely well maintained & extensively upgraded over the last 29yrs of my ownership. She has sailed from Rockport, Maine to Red Bank, New Jersey to Yorktown, Va. as well as several trips up & down the Chesapeake Bay. She has also been featured in Yachting Magazine & Wooden Boat Magazine as well as local newspapers". This Colvin is known locally as a resident "Pirate Ship" under the flag of "Calico Jack". She participated in dozens of pirate festivals in Hampton & Yorktown, Va. Many updates and recorded work were done on this vessel, check out the features section. All sails are in good working condition. Ready to go. This 1964 Colvin 40 Bugeye is a "one of a kind", custom-built sailing ketch. Inquire now. Upgrades, repairs & equipment include; Rebuilt engine hatch Rebuilt transom Rebuilt Kanzaki transmission Reconditioned 3HM35F Yanmar Diesel 2 New Deka Pro Master 6 volt/190Ah house batteries Interstate 12volt 800CCA/1000MCA starting battery Pro Mariner smart charging system AIMS 3000w/6000w power inverter SeaRanger VHF marine radio Schatz brass ship's bell clock LaCrosse Technologies weather station New steering system New exhaust hose with bronze thru-hull New anchor light New LED's in all nav lights Cabin heaters & AC unit New cabin fans New 15gal fuel tank New 15gal holding tank Two 25gal water tanks New blue tooth stereo receiver 2 cabin speakers 2 cockpit speakers Custom mast steps(for easy access aloft) Lectra San sanitation system(needs servicing) Reason for selling is retiring from sailing..
Virginia Beach, Virginia
1979 Mariner Ketch "AURORA'S" MOTIVATED SELLER IS ORIGINAL OWNER & OPEN TO ALL REASONABLE OFFERS. The Mariner 40 was designed by Wm. Garden and built by the Ta Yang Building Company, Taiwan as a cruising ketch. With her split rig,moderate draft and a displacement of 26,500 pounds the Mariner's have proven to perform well under most cruising conditions. Her owners are regretfully out of boating, & unable to sail her or give her the loving care she deserves. Looking to get her into the hands of her next owners, that can update her, and enjoy her as much as they did over the years. For additional details or to schedule a time to come see her please contact our office today! No reasonable offers will be refused and available to see anytime.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
1980 Mariner 47 Nobadeer is a classic 1980 47' Mariner Ketch in very nice condition. She is presently in winter storage in-water with a clear cover, but she is accessible. Nobadeer offers a bowthruster, inverter, Furuno Navnet multi-function display and a Perkins auxiliary. If you are looking for a classic ketch in very nice condition with an attractive asking price, make sure to inspect Nobadeer ASAP.
1978 Tayana Mariner Ketch FRESHWATER TAYANA 36 MARINER KETCH Price Reduced!NOW: $39,900 - WAS: $50,000KIALUA is a beautiful Tayana built Mariner 36 Ketch. She has been meticulously maintained and upgraded by her current owner. Ready to take on the waters of the world, this freshwater yacht is seeking a new skipper who appreciates her classic lines, traditional craftsmanship, marvelous joinery, and excellent sailing capabilities. Call Dana at Freshwater Boats to learn more about this wonderful yacht. Located in Michigan. File#14031309D
Washington, District Of Columbia
This is a nice blue water cruiser that can be sailed right now. The interior needs some T.L.C. The mast was stepped several inches too far forward from the factory and does not sit directly over the cross member. I installed a compression post for the time being until it can be hauled out and be re-stepped, the back stay shortened and head stay lengthened. It has been that way for 35 years but, when I had the rig tuned the rigger noticed it. After I installed the compression post He finished the job. It is probably stronger the way it is now. To re-step the mast is a $1900 fix at the yard through Atlantic rigging. The new hot water heater needs to be installed but there is currently a loop in the line so you can use the water system. The boat is very roomy and would make a good live-aboard. The head sail and life lines should be replaced. The anchor bit or, Sampson post shows some rot on the back side and should also be replaced or repaired at some point. There is a soft spot in the deck just aft of the Sampson post due to the deck joint at the Sampson post leaking at one point. The quarter berth cushions need to be recovered and the sidewall of the starboard berth needs new veneer. Wires need to be run from the new DC panel to the mast step for the mast lights to work. All else has been wired. The Perkins 4-108 puts out 50hp at 4000rpm. It has over 7000hrs but, runs strong and well. It starts right up. The bottom was redone in May of 2012 with new barrier coat and bottom paint. There is a survey from 2012 as well which is on the boat. I will not be bothered with trying to fax it or email it to everyone who wants to see it. You can look it over if you come to sea trial the boat. You will likely get your own survey anyway. You will find the survey to be consistent with my description. The boat is ready to go but, I would address the life lines, head sail, anchor bit and mast lights prior to any blue water sailing. She can remain in her slip in MD until December 31 for free and at $350 p/m after that until March 31. The boat will be moved to the transient dock on April 1 if not relocated by then. All photos are from 2013 and 2014. I will deliver the vessel for a fee to be determined based on location. This is a Tayana 36.9 for less than $50k that needs not much work. Come on folks, make an offer! This boat is turn key and sound.
New York, New York
1984 Amel Sharki Ketch 39 PRICE REDUCED to UNDER 90K! 2013 refit! Likely she is the best you'll find. 100% captain maintained.Amel stands alone in her class and at this price point, this Amel is virtually without equal. BoatMax is proud to present this stunning Amel Sharki 39 for brokerage sale. French built quality, this pedegree cruising yacht has been professionally maintained and features MANY recent upgrades. Refit in 2013: * Hull completely sanded, faired, primed + 5 coats of two-part epoxy applied * Main & Mizzen masts & booms refinished * NEW Mainmast standing rigging & turnbuckles * Dodger plexiglass, fasteners & cockpit dome light * All four Lewmar deck hatches rebuilt w/UV resistant plexiglass * Teak companionway sliding hatch * All exterior woodwork refinished w/four coats Cetol Natural Teak * Main salon cabin sole refinished * Refaired bottom, barrier coat & high-copper content anti-fouling paint * Main & Mizzen boom topping lift replacement * Main & Mizzen outhauls * Norcold 12V/110 marine refrigerator/freezer * Force 10 two burner propane stove/oven - new 5 lb spare tank * Jabsco manual head, 6 gal holding tank, diverter valve & hoses * Rebuilt masthead tricolor/strobe combination light * 40 psi pressure water accumulator tank * Perkins 4108 rebuilt head, new fuel injectors, fuel lift pump, primary & secondary filters * Rebuilt mast-mounted deck light Bow locker & cockpit locker seals * ACR 406 EPIRB - automatic deployment * Pro Spoty 20 Mariner dual bank battery charging system This beautiful vessel is finished in varnished mahohany throughout with a teak cabin sole. Moving through the boat, starting forward, the layout is as follows: V-berth cabin forward with filler piece for two. Storage in lockers and below the berth. A large overhead hatch provides light and ventilation. Next aft to starboard is a large hanging locker with the head opposite to port. The head is equipped with hot and cold pressure water shower and sink. Storage is found in cabinets outboard. The main cabin is next and consists of centerline table with L-settee to port and straight settee to starboard. The port settee converts to a sea berth and will sleep two at anchor. A large overhead hatch and four fixed ports provide abundant light. Next aft is the outboard facing navigation station to starboard with the L-shaped galley across to port. The galley is equipped with engine driven 110 volt refrigeration system, 2-burner propane st
1984 Brewer 12.8 This 42 Brewer 12.8 is newly renovated and ready to take you on your dream cruise today! In the early 1980’s, a group of 10 or so very knowledgeable yachtsmen whom had been sailing Whitby’s 42 went to Ted Brewer and had the boat redesigned. The design changes included substituted a cutter rig instead of the Whitby’s ketch rig, adding a Brewer bite to the keel resulting in a long fin keel with a skeg-hung rudder, adding a very well designed centerboard. In addition to the visible changes, the boats were re-engineered. The hulls are lighter and stronger, and the weight savings were used to increase ballast and stability. Today this same magnificent boat has been refitted with all of the modern technologies and amenities. MARATHI is ready to take your friends and family on the cruises that you have always dreamed of. The Navigation station has been completely redone using a Dell desktop computer as the control center to it all with use of the autopilot it is possible to sail the Boat from the Navigation station below deck, equipped with RATHEON 8002 Autopilot with remote, Raymarine RL72 24 mile radar, AIS, 19"Viewsonic Monitor- Chart-plotter, all linked to the Desktop below. Communication should be no problem with the SSB/Ham ICOM M802 offshore radio and the ICOM M502VHF with command MIC that is accessible in the cockpit. The cabin has all of the comforts of modern day and can easily support all of your electronic needs with 8 X 125 amp Trojan Marine batteries, a XANTREXXM 1800 power Inverter, 40 amp charger, 440 Watt Solar panels, powered by a 4.5KW MASE diesel Generator-with less than 80hours, will allow you to have the comfort of a New Webasto 16000btu AC with heating that will make your journey to anywhere very pleasant. A SEAFROST refrigeration system with a very large cooling stowage area will allow you to keep plenty of food for long journeys, with no need to stop frequently for water the 2 X 110 gallon water tanks with a 48GPD Water-maker aboard allowing you to make long hauls with relatively few stops. Above deck is equipped with all of the modern equipment that any mariner would dream of the cockpit is fully enclosed with a Custom 10' X 8' enclosure with new curtains, full Stainless Steel safety rails all around, electric sheet winches that will make tending the brand new Mainsail with Jibs that are in great condition an easy task, the dinghy hoist holds a brand New Zodiac WAVE aluminum floor dinghy with a 6HP Tohastu 4-stroke that will allow you to go ashore in the most remote of locations, anchoring should be no problem with the Maxwell windlass and 225ft chain the swim platform allows for the perfect swim in warm tropical waters. The engine compartment is equipped with a gently used YANMAR, 4JHE-TE 75HP engine with 1485 hours that has been well maintained, there is a 120 gallo
Half Moon Bay, California
The boat was built by Cheoy Lee in Hong-Kong, in 1976. Cheoy Lee 42, docked in Pillard Point (Half Moon Bay), registered in California. The boat is visible at Pillard Point marina, dock H-26. You can access the dock any time (there is no gate). If you want to see the inside, we will just need to agree on a time and date for me to show you. The boat is in good shape, we've been owning it, traveling and living on it since 2004. The engine will need some attention eventually, but it runs OK. Based on ads I see for similar boats, its value should be around $50,000, you can see it with the links below, they'll lead you to pictures . There was a recent storn and saome damge thgat was jsut foxed. But a starboard mizzen chain-plate got broken, and I am not going to be able to fix that quickly, it requires some time I don't have for now...Having a new chain-plate would take I believe less that $100, but it would take a couple of hours to put it in place.This is something a possible buyer should be aware of. Other than that this is perfect.http://donpedro.lediouris.net/journal/diary/2014.01/IMAG0518.jpghttp://trip-2010-2011.lediouris.netMore pictures of the inside are available at http://donpedro.lediouris.net/sleipnir/index.htmlAbout the maintenance, you can checkout the link at http://donpedro.lediouris.net/?view=protected/maintenance.html,Also, details on the equipment are available at http://donpedro.lediouris.net/clspec.html http://donpedro.lediouris.net/protected/maintenance.htmlsome pictures of the boat - inside and outside - available at http://donpedro.lediouris.net/?view=journal/index.html. read http://donpedro.lediouris.net.Details about the equipment (oven/stove, heater, watermaker, winches, auto-pilot, radio, electronics, etc).The boat has 9 sails (main, mizzen, trysail, new staysail, yankee, genoa, spinnaker, mizzen staysail, storm staysail).Mizzen and main have been recently (2014) reviewed and tuned-up by a Sailmaker. They are not new, but in OK shape. There is also a spinnaker sleeve. Boat/RV Information: Year: '76 Make: Cheoy Lee Model: 42 Engine size:_50 Hp_________Does the vehicle RUN _ Yes ________________VIN: _100244BT002945___________________________________ Plate:_CF_8797_SM__________________________________________Year in 1976. Built in Honk-Kong. The hull is 42' long, yes. Out all, it is 45'. Has no trailerThe keel is labeled as ballast in the page you are referring to: Displacement:23 500 lbs10.66 tonsCast Iron Ballast:9000 lbs4 tonsThe boat is rigged as a ketch. One main mast, one mizzen mast. On the same page, you'd see the engine is a Perkins, not a Honda. Hull material is GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic). Beam should be 12'1". SpecificationsDesigned by Bill Luders.imperialmetricLOA:42'5"12.93mwith bowsprit:49'14.94mLWL:30'9.14mBOA:12'1"3.68mDraft:5'9"1.75mDisplacement:23 500 lbs10.66 tonsCast Iron Ballast:9000 lbs4 tons Fuel Tank:45 gallons170 litersFresh Water Tank:125 gallons475 litersFor two people, at the dock, will usually last between 20 and 23 daysIce Box:48 gallons180 liters7 cu.ft. Engine:Perkins 50 hp, 4-108 cons ~ ½ gal/hourTransmission:Velvet Drive AS7-71C, Serial # 3296 Ratio 1.91:1Anchors:CQR 45lbs CQR 35lbs Danforth Herreshof / Fisherman's 100 lbs200ft 5/16" chain with 100ft of 1" rope50ft 5/16" chain with 200ft of 1" ropeSail Parameters:I1325.9 cm43'6" J640 cm21'0" E Main487.7 cm16'0" P Main1188.7 cm39'0" E Mizzen350.5 cm11'6" P Mizzen845.8 cm27'9"Sails:Main Sail31 m2344 sqft Mizzen Sail16 m2172 sqft Genoa67 m2723 sqft Yankee22 m2237 sqft Staysail15 m2344 sqft Spinnaker137 m21474.45 sqft Mizzen staysail21.3 m2230 sqft Storm staysail6.4 m269 sqft Trysail7.2 m277.5 sqftUpwind Main + Mizzen + Genoa114 m21227 sqftUpwind Main + Mizzen + Yankee + Staysail84 m2904 sqftDownwind Main + Mizzen + Spinnaker184 m21981 sqftDownwind Main + Mizzen + Spinnaker + Mizzen Staysail205.3 m22209 sqftElectronic:B&G Hornet TackTick (MHU, Speed, Depth, Temperature, Compas, NMEA Interface, 3 Displays, GPS)Autopilot Autohelm ST-6000GPS Garmin 120XLDepth Sounder Hummingbird Wide 100, outsideDepth Sounder Raytheon, insideVHF PresidentSSB (Single Side Band) / BLU (Bande Latérale Unique) call sign WDC7278, email [email protected] IC-M700PRO, re-programmed for SailMail frequenciesAntenna Tuner MFJ Versa Tuner II, Model MFJ-941D, replaced with an automatic ICOM AT-130Modem Pactor PCT-IIex with cloning cable (Icom OPC-478U)Weather Fax Furuno (removed, modem and laptop do the job)Radar Detector CARDSolar Panel Siemens, Model SR90 (90 W max). replaced June 2014.Wind Charger Rutland, Model 913Batteries:Alternator 80 AhRegulator Balmar ARS-5 (June 2011)Dispatcher Xantrex Echo Charge Battery Charger (June 2011)Engine: 120 Ah, West Marine (March 2004)House: 360 Ah (2 x 180 Ah, Fulmen). Replaced Oct-2006, with gel batteries (deep cycle), 2 x 183 Ah (i.e. 366 Ah), Deka 8G4D (56 kg/128 lbs each!) Replaced Sep-2013, same specifications.Battery Charger: Pro Mariner SS80, 80 Amps. Serial # 800769, replaced April 2011, GUEST Charger, Model 2611A, 10 AmpsWater Maker:Spectra Water Maker, Ventura 150 Deluxe Installed May 2008.Oct 2011, new Wheel pedestal (EDSON)Aug 2012, New Winches:2 Lewmar ST 40 (Yankee, Genoa)2 Lewmar ST 16 (Staysail)Consommation:SSB RadioStand-by : 2 AmpsTx - Modem : 6 AmpsTx - Phone : Up to 15 Amps (~180 Watts)Fridge : 4 AmpsGaz: LPG tanks: one 3 gallons (40 to 45 days for two people at the dock) and three 5 gallons (65 to 70 days for two people at the dock). That makes 1 gallon in 13.125 days, which is about 28 gallons a year.