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1985 Hans Christian 38T

1985 Hans Christian 38T

$115,000

Gig Harbor, Washington

Year 1985

Make Hans Christian

Model 38T

Category Cutter

Length 38

Posted 1 Month Ago

The seller, a professional Captain, is willing to offer comprehensive training on the boat's systems and sailing techniques. All records have been kept with the boat and all systems are in working order. The boat bottom was peeled and had four coats of WEST Epoxy and Petit Barrier coat applied 8 years ago (Zero Blisters). New Dodger, new hatch, and helm covers. New four deep cycle battery bank was replaced this year along with an extra set of sails in good to excellent condition. Also comes with a new Italian-made sea drogue worth over $2,800. There are a few small jobs still left for the new owner like refreshing the cap-rail (bright work) and a little touch-up paint on the bowsprit. Once on board, you'll feel how solid this boat really is!! Stock #387943 TIMELESS ELEGANCE AND STYLE ARE ON FULL DISPLAY WITH THE SOLID BUILT 1985 HANS CHRISTIAN 38T BLUE WATER CUTTER Welcome aboard this spectacular 1985 Hans Christian 38T, fully equipped for cruising and more. Crafted by Harwood Ives and custom-built by Hans Christian Yachts, this classic vessel embodies the essence of sailing on the high seas. This 38-foot fiberglass hull beauty is a heavy displacement, double-ended cutter rig designed specifically for blue water adventures but makes for a fantastic liveaboard as well. This unique sailboat with a clipper bow and a long bowsprit, gives her a unique head-turning appearance. The solid reputation of the Hans Christian has a devoted owner base, this vessel stands out for its superior build quality and timeless design. Her stunning interior is a testament to the exquisite craftsmanship and is filled with beautiful Burmese Teak cabinets, cupboards, and drawers. Featuring two cabins and a quarter sea berth along with a spacious enclosed head that includes a private fully tiled shower. Navigate the entire cabin with a wide center aisle and for your taller crew, you'll enjoy 6 foot 6 inches of headroom. A large 'Butterfly Hatch' brings in the light above the U-shaped dinette settee just opposite a comfortable couch style settee to stretch out and relax. You'll enjoy the gourmet U-shaped galley boasting genuine marble countertops with ample room for meal prep, a fully functional propane 3 burner cooktop, oven, and topside fridge/freezer surrounded by those teak cupboards, cabinets, and drawers. A quote from the Seller, an experienced Captain in his own right - "Personally, I am most impressed with all of the self-tailing bronze winches that are placed all over the boat. I've never seen a boat with so much bronze jewelry. not even on another Hans. I can imagine what those winches alone much have cost when they were installed. As you probably know self-tailing winches are already ridiculously expensive but to have them in bronze is quite the unicorn. This true 'Blue Water Boat' is built like a tank and laden with teak and bronze jewelry!" The Hans Christian's Telstar keel with clipper bow and duel roller furling head sails make her a dream boat for liveaboards and seasoned sailors alike. This vessel is outfitted with modern amenities, including a Raytheon Auto Helm, Monitor Wind Vane, Magnum inverter, and solar panels (extra working panels included). The recent upgrades, such as fresh bottom paint and a new dodger, ensure optimal performance and comfort. Other great features include an electric windlass, microwave, diesel cabin heater, cruising sea drogue, spinnaker and an extra set of sails. This boat with the traditional V-berth fore-peak, could not be more of a dream boat for the liveaboard or the saltiest of hard-core cruising sailors. Don't miss the opportunity to own a piece of sailing history - with reportedly only 5 of these unique vessels built in 1985. The perfect boat for exploring the Puget Sound or completing that dream of cruising the World! Reason for selling is extra inventory.

1985 Hans Christian 38T

1985 Hans Christian 38T

$105,000

Gig Harbor, Washington

Year 1985

Make Hans Christian

Model 38T

Category Cutter

Length 38

Posted 1 Month Ago

The seller, a professional Captain, is willing to offer comprehensive training on the boat's systems and sailing techniques. All records have been kept with the boat and all systems are in working order. The boat bottom was peeled and had four coats of WEST Epoxy and Petit Barrier coat applied 8 years ago (Zero Blisters). New Dodger, new hatch, and helm covers. New four deep cycle battery bank was replaced this year along with an extra set of sails in good to excellent condition. Also comes with a new Italian-made sea drogue worth over $2,800. There are a few small jobs still left for the new owner like refreshing the cap-rail (bright work) and a little touch-up paint on the bowsprit. Once on board, you'll feel how solid this boat really is!! Stock #387943 TIMELESS ELEGANCE AND STYLE ARE ON FULL DISPLAY WITH THE SOLID BUILT 1985 HANS CHRISTIAN 38T - SELLER WILLING TO FINANCE WITH GOOD DOWN PAYMENT! Welcome aboard this spectacular 1985 Hans Christian 38T, fully equipped for cruising and more. Crafted by Harwood Ives and custom-built by Hans Christian Yachts, this classic vessel embodies the essence of sailing on the high seas. This 38-foot fiberglass hull beauty is a heavy displacement, double-ended cutter rig designed specifically for blue water adventures but makes for a fantastic liveaboard as well. This unique sailboat with a clipper bow and a long bowsprit, gives her a unique head-turning appearance. The solid reputation of the Hans Christian has a devoted owner base, this vessel stands out for its superior build quality and timeless design. Her stunning interior is a testament to the exquisite craftsmanship and is filled with beautiful Burmese Teak cabinets, cupboards, and drawers. Featuring two cabins and a quarter sea berth along with a spacious enclosed head that includes a private fully tiled shower. Navigate the entire cabin with a wide center aisle and for your taller crew, you'll enjoy 6 foot 6 inches of headroom. A large 'Butterfly Hatch' brings in the light above the U-shaped dinette settee just opposite a comfortable couch style settee to stretch out and relax. You'll enjoy the gourmet U-shaped galley boasting genuine marble countertops with ample room for meal prep, a fully functional propane 3 burner cooktop, oven, and topside fridge/freezer surrounded by those teak cupboards, cabinets, and drawers. A quote from the Seller, an experienced Captain in his own right - "Personally, I am most impressed with all of the self-tailing bronze winches that are placed all over the boat. I've never seen a boat with so much bronze jewelry. not even on another Hans. I can imagine what those winches alone much have cost when they were installed. As you probably know self-tailing winches are already ridiculously expensive but to have them in bronze is quite the unicorn. This true 'Blue Water Boat' is built like a tank and laden with teak and bronze jewelry!" The Hans Christian's Telstar keel with clipper bow and duel roller furling head sails make her a dream boat for liveaboards and seasoned sailors alike. This vessel is outfitted with modern amenities, including a Raytheon Auto Helm, Monitor Wind Vane, Magnum inverter, and solar panels (extra working panels included). The recent upgrades, such as fresh bottom paint and a new dodger, ensure optimal performance and comfort. Other great features include an electric windlass, microwave, diesel cabin heater, cruising sea drogue, spinnaker and an extra set of sails. This boat with the traditional V-berth fore-peak, could not be more of a dream boat for the liveaboard or the saltiest of hard-core cruising sailors. As mentioned - the Seller will consider Private Financing to get you started! Don't miss the opportunity to own a piece of sailing history - with reportedly only 5 of these unique vessels built in 1985. The perfect boat for exploring the Puget Sound or completing that dream of cruising the World! Reason for selling is extra inventory.

1975 Van De Stadt 45 Cutter

1975 Van De Stadt 45 Cutter

$29,999

Occoquan, Virginia

Year 1975

Make Van De Stadt

Model 45 Cutter

Category Sailboats

Length 45'

Posted Over 1 Month

1975 Van De Stadt 45 Cutter Coquette is a 1975 45-foot Van de Stadt cutter, for sale by motivated seller. The Van de Stadt pedigree is obvious in this sturdy vessel (google "Van de Stadt Hawk" to read about another Van de Stadt). She has no deck coring, so deck rot is not a worry like so many other vessels of her age. Instead, the shipyard used fiberglass stringers in the solid fiberglass hull and deck. A long fin keel and spade rudder make her a great sailer upwind or down. She has safely sailed across the ocean from S. Africa and has circumnavigated the Caribbean several times. She's also been a comfortable liveaboard and local cruiser.Layout: Forward is a large six-and-a-half-foot long V-berth with storage along the hull as well as underneath. A hatch brings in cool breezes. Just aft of the V-berth is a hanging locker to starboard and large shelf storage to port. Moving aft, to port is a large double-bunk mid-cabin with storage in drawers as well as underneath. To starboard is the head, with a famous uncloggable Lavac head. There is a sink and even a small bathtub along with three cabinets. Moving aft is the large saloon, with a long settee to starboard, backed by large cabinets and underneath storage. A vented, bulkhead mounted kerosene heater can heat the whole area on cool nights. To port is a beautifully finished teak table with an L-shaped seating area. The table has an extra fold up leaf for more space. The flat floor in the saloon is carpeted, with access to the 120-gallon water tank and 70-gallon diesel tank underneath. Further aft to port is the galley with new Corian counters, a beautiful stainless and brass Taylor's kerosene stove/oven, and a large refrigerator (needs conversion) recessed into the counter. There's a stainless sink with hand and foot pumps; they are interchangeable and allow saltwater or freshwater pumping. To starboard is a navigation station with four large drawers for charts and additional storage. Aft of the nav station is a long quarter berth with storage underneath. Moving aft is the cockpit, large enough to be comfortable, small enough to be safe in a large seaway. Teak cockpit grates cover the cockpit floor and surround the Edson steering station. Teak inserts are positioned on the fiberglass seats. Like many Van de Stadts, Coquette is equipped with a large hard dodger that protects from wind and spray. The dodger even has a hatch. Two very large self-tailing winches handle foresail duty and two smaller ones take care of the staysail. Aft of the cockpit is a separate aft cabin, complete with a large berth and sitting area with table, lights, a small sink and head. Moving aft is a huge lazarette for fenders, lines, and life jackets.Coquette is powered by a reliable Perkins 4-108 diesel engine, completely rebuilt about 500 hours ago. A feathering Max Prop gives her amazing thrust in forward and reverse.Draws 6 feet with a 12-foo

1986 Hans Christian HANSA 33 CUTTER

1986 Hans Christian HANSA 33 CUTTER

$105,000

Marina Del Rey, California

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Posted Over 1 Month

1986 Hans Christian HANSA 33 CUTTER This cutter is from the highly respected Taiwan yard of the Hansa Yacht and Shifbau.  A  Two owner boat, that was originally purchased to run in the Pacific Cup race to Hawaii. The first owner was a top rate sailor and craftsman. After the race, which it finished second, the boat had low use and was shipped from San Francisco to Lake Tahoe where it could only be used about 4 months out of the year. It was later shipped to Newport beach and sold to the current owner. Both owners have showed exceptional maintenance programs on this yacht. Many years in fresh water kept the bottom free of any osmotic problems, and none are noted in the last survey.  Currently, the yacht is moored in Marina Del Ray with a assumable slip. The boat is equipped with Raymarine new touch screen 48 mile  radar which includes all functions available. Also has AIS and full seatalk system plus cockpit repeaters. This system allows full system access by an I pad so interior repeater is not required. All other electronics are in top shape. A highly custom Iverson dodger with strata glass was aided in the last year. Check the photo section for this, it is a beauty with all the rails needed to make the yacht safe. A double purchase control has been added to the traveler for easy adjustment, and the sail main sheet is set at the stern of the yacht. There are so many custom features, you will need to see the boat to appreciate her. So let me know when you would like to see it.     The interior is in very fine condition and well kept at all times. The mast has been reconditioned in the last year and new hard track and a stack pack with new lazy Jacks to make main sail furling a easy chore. All winches have been reworked and lubricated, the rig is a tall rig that is 9 foot higher than the normal 33 to allow more speed and performance. The sails were custom made for the boat in San Francisco, and the standard sails that came with the boat are still available as a second backup set. The sails on the boat now show little use.  This boat shows very well and the varnish is perfect. The engine has been maintained by one of the top mechanics in the Southern California area, and no money has been spared to keep the yacht in as close to Bristol condition as can be expected of a 28 year old vessel.  Prepare to be impressed when you see this boat in person. We are well aware that the Hans Christian is not for everyone, and we are happy that it is not. This boat needs a sailor that loves boats and understands the the cost of a yacht that can take you anywhere in the world needs proper maintenance that the coastal yachts that have little maintenance and not to much character.  Call soon if you meet the above criteria. Please, serious buyers only.

1974 Fuji 35 Ketch

1974 Fuji 35 Ketch

$55,000

Clearwater, Florida

Year 1974

Make Fuji

Model 35 Ketch

Category Sailboats

Length 35'

Posted Over 1 Month

1974 Fuji 35 Ketch This classic Fuji Ketch is located in southern Chile.  For those who have dreamed of sailing Patagonia, this is your chance!  Despite her age she is well maintained, well equipped, and ready to go! Of the design, here is an excerpt of a review from famed bluewater yacht designer Robert Perry:   By now the Fuji 35 is a very successful stock yacht. Upon her introduction I was quite surprised that there was a market for a yacht with very little of the current stock boat trappings. In fact, the Fuji 35 seemed a little anachronistic. It is, I'm sure, this feature that has brought her to the popularity she is now enjoying. The John G. Alden office has been known for years for producing fine performing yachts. The Fuji follows in this tradition. She is of a hull form that traces its model back to the well-known Alden schooners. Compared to most of the current production yachts, the Fuji is a bit narrow. I don't think it's narrow, I feel it's about right for good windward performance. While the Fuji won't point like an IOR racing yacht, she will move to weather well, to cruising boat standards. The sheer and other aesthetic treatments on the hull are done with impeccable taste, and the Fuji doesn't convey the "toy boat" image of some of the other character type designs. In fact, to call the Fuji a character yacht would be wrong. She is a traditional yacht. The beam on deck is generous. This makes for a very dry boat and has the bonus of affording large side decks and a huge cockpit area. The keel is long but cut away slightly forward to improve maneuverability. There is a slight drag angle to the keel also. This, I think, is also to improve maneuverability. There should be no question as to the Fuji's ability to track or steer herself. The large transom and the minimum overhang of the mizzen boom would be ideal for attaching a self-steering device. The displacement / length ratio of the Fuji 35 is 413. This indicates the Fuji is in the heavy displacement area. The Fuji is available in two rigs, the standard ketch and optional cutter. Aesthetically both rigs look great on the yacht, but my preference is for the ketch. It's true that you possibly could go to weather a little bit better with the cutter; however, I think the improvement would be negligible due to the hull form of the Fuji. The largest sail in the ketch rig is only 220 square feet. This would make the Fuji very easy to handle short handed. The ketch rig is very hard to beat for leisurely husband and wife sailing. While I don't care for the shape of most club jibs, they do cut down the activity during a tack. Very few people can go below a Fuji for the first time without some sort of pleasant exclamation. The woodwork is of a quality that is all but extinct and has to be one of the main selling points of the Fuji. Her builder is Fuji Yacht Builders, Japan. The molding details are the best I'v

Morgan WEST INDIES 36 SAILBOAT...Beautiful... in St Pete Fl.. EXTENSIVE refit

Morgan WEST INDIES 36 SAILBOAT...Beautiful... in St Pete Fl.. EXTENSIVE refit

$36,500

St. Petersburg, Florida

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Length 36.5

Posted Over 1 Month

Gorgeous, ...over 65k spent on refit....***1996 Perkins M30 fresh water cooled diesel***, low hrs. starts runs, excellent, no smoke, new oil and filter perkins m30 owners manuel Brand new bottom paint, 3 coats...12/2016, @ $2000 Built and designed by Charlie Morgan in Clearwater Fl. hull #4 of 40 built 36.5 feet on deck....38 feet overall length Heavy, thick hand laid FG hull and deck, combined with original robust construction... FAR EXCEEDS standard sailboats such as: islander, catalina, irwin,pearson, columbia, hunter, ericson etc... 11, newer solid Stainless Steel ports. 2 newer SS Lewmar deck Hatches. all new running rigging. newer ss Norseman cones all around custom SS mount mid boom mainsheet track with all new blocks '14 newer turnbuckles oversized lower shrouds internal halyards ***2014,... new (5) thick oversized massive SS electropolished chainplates. ... external lead keel dropped: new SS studs and bolts, and new SS backing plates, then rebed...new SS awthwartship stringers thrubolted under cabin sole...along with new SS mast step..rudder dropped, new rudder gland with new packing, new steering quadrant, new SS rudder boss, new steering cables....2014......all these above;...exceptional, laborious, expensive, extensive comprehensive metal refits. .****. seperates this vessel from just about any other vessel from this era....truly an incredible update refit..., on a deserving, thick , strong hull and deck..**** ..she's ready for another 50 years of service....*** an outstanding, capable sailing vessel...virtually one of a kind...! Pride of ownership evident Throughout!... mast rewired '14 new masthead tricolor light new mast mount foredeck light deck completely stripped of all hardware and Imron jet aircraft painted 2007, topsides and deck; with blue cove and boot stripes, shiny and beautiful...bulletproof...$600/ gallon,...yet another major, massive Expensive upgrade...update... new 2014 Garmin 740s color , touchscreen GPS navigation station vhf radio, stereo CD, dual speakers all new hoses and ss clamps on 1996 Perkins diesel engine and exhaust new engine water pump, 2014 merely 1100 hours,( low hrs.) on 1996 Perkins M30 diesel, ....runs, starts excellent, no smoke. new oil and filter on engine 12/16. new 1" thick engine room insulation /sound deadening new Raycor fuel filter plastic 28 gallon fuel tank, engine burns 1/2 gal /hour @ 6 knots cruise. 2 plastic water tanks, 80 gallons water total new cutlass bearing and shaft packing, '14,... 3 blade prop new 6 volt golf cart batteries,235 amps,... new deep cycle 12 volt engine start battery 135 amps.... 10/16 Pro mariner 20 amp 3 bank automatic battery charger new hi output 95 amp alternator and belt 6/16 new LPG princess 3 burner SS stove and oven new xtra custom cockpit scuppers with bronze valves, '14,... total 4 scuppers in cockpit new cockpit cushions '14 Teak cockpit floor grate, with blue canvas cover new canvas '14; to include... mains'l cover, hatch covers, new bimini top, new custom main compainionway hatch cover,... teak grate cockpit floor canvas cover. all new interior cushions '14 Excellent Lavac vacuum head, manuel, with 15 gal. plastic holding tank. 7 cu ft ice box with '90's engine driven grunert refrig freezer with holding cold plates, 1/2 hp compressor, needs work or replacement. newer stem head backing plate. CPT wheel autopilot, excellent 2009, over $2100 when new... new masthead windex '14. Simply, a magnificent well found sailing vessel, visually appears to be about 5 yrs old....Stunning,... everyone who sees her compliments her classic beauty. 55ft mast, 695 sail area yields excellent sailing performance, sails and rigging in very good condition.. 36' 5" on deck, 38 ft. overall, 4'2" draft, centerboard delete, trunk filled with 300lbs.lead and epoxy then sealed, Large rudder with large full skeg,.. 7300 lb.external lead keel,..17,000 lbs. dry unloaded...20,000 lbs. cruise loaded.... 12 ft beam,...* 32 foot long waterline.... sturdy , stable, stout, solid and strong... ..capable of sailing anywhere in the world.. USCG documented vessel,... no liens , privately owned outright. twin anchor rollers on extended spit, thus 38 ft overall, with dual hawse pipes and 2 anchor rodes with chain, 35 lb, cqr anchor. custom cockpit table/box stows 2 10lb LPG bottles and more newer inner forestay and running backs, cutter rig can be an option. or storm foresail hanked on. Airmar 200wx wx nav station, with masthead sensor, 2014 Airmar DT 800 bronze tranducer with 20 degree forward look 2014 16000 BTU marine Airconditioned,... cools excellent in summer Fl. heat 2014 ;NMEA 2000 wiring... for plug and play electronics and accessories SS Dodger frame included,no canvas though new marine 6 gal water heater,w new hoses new shower sump box with dedicated pump new cabin floor,..3 epoxy barrier coats applied , then 3 coats of bottom paint, no blisters. This vessel would have an Impeccable survey should you wish to have one...truly,... a one of a kind find...This boat has no rot, no rust,no blistering of any kind,... anywhere.. All bulkhead taping to hull is as the day she left the factory!... the interior frp liner/headliner is thick, solid strong and shiny!! 6' 4" headroom all interior cabinets and storages, cleaned and painted with quality superhard mildew mold resistant white exterior paint. CLEAN....! the bilge in this boat is...clean This boat has a cameo appearance in the 2011 Hollywood movie "Dolphin Tale" filmed in Clearwater FL. Kris Kristofferson lives on her in this acclaimed flick. The sailing photo is of this actual vessel taken after Imron paint. knowledgable, experienced, x captain, liveaboard cruiser, x boat builder, rigger; older private seller/sailor,.... needs no brokers or help in selling this fine boat,... whatsoever! over 800 labor hours of love and attention in the past 19 months, and it shows. She is exactly as pictured! Exceptional!... replacement cost? conservatively... $95,000 +, estimated professional survey value $64,000+...realistically priced at $36,500. numerous tools, spare parts, chart kits, hardware, screens , literature, magazines included in sale. she appears ....exactly.....as she is in the pictures....! looks better in person actually...a fine little ship... buyer responsible for vessel pick up in St Pete. Florida she could be kept at the same non liveaboard private house dock. she needs dodger canvas cover for supplied ss frame, fridge install, windlass (if your not younger) 1 more anchor bad back/disc forces reluctant sale..this is my dream boat; wanted to sail the Bahamas/Caribbean again...physically can't... more pictures available upon serious buyer phone request. also for sale at: sailboatlistings.com and Tampa Craigslist [email protected] seller, [email protected] not responsible for any shipping , buyer pays for any shipping costs. buyer must make full payment within 3 days. On Jan-19-17 at 07:26:36 PST, seller added the following information: The boat can be kept at its current dock/slip in south st pete fl. On Jan-19-17 at 12:26:10 PST, seller added the following information: Listed on SailboatListings.com

1991 Pacific Seacraft 37 Crealock

1991 Pacific Seacraft 37 Crealock

$139,000

Clearwater, Florida

Year 1991

Make Pacific Seacraft

Model 37 Crealock

Category Cruiser Boats

Length 37'

Posted Over 1 Month

1991 Pacific Seacraft 37 Crealock  "Sweet Thing" is the very desirable cutter rig with a shoal draft wing keel. Loaded with many recent cruising additions, she is turn key and ready for any use.  She is an excellent boat for island getaways that will make some lucky couple a great cruising sailboat. She is well equipped with many recent and significant upgrades and has been professionally maintained. She is a true turnkey ready vessel awaiting her new owners to spend many more pleasurable years of cruising.  Her owner recently purchased her, April, had her refitted and equipped for long range cruising, but circumstances have changed.  So this totally updated and well equipped Pacific Seacraft is reluctantly offered for sale. This is W.I.B. Crealock's most revered design. His classic 37 was recently inducted into the sailing Hall of Fame! Stunning canoe stern, ample overhangs, ideal proportions and lean, sleek lines have made her a true modern classic. "The Crealock 37 is an attempt to provide the weekender and the cruising sailor with a boat which will travel fast between ports under complete control, and which will yet remind him that the passage itself should be one of the pleasures of the cruise." --W.I.B. Crealock, Designer April / May 2016 Additions & Services; Rocna 25 kg anchor, 140' 3/8 BBB chain 200' 5/8 braid rope rode. Fortress FX 37 anchor W/25' 3/8' chain and 200' 5/8' 3 strand rope rode. Lofrans Tigress electric windless 4 new Lifelene 80 Amp hour AGM batteries. Xantrex Battery charger/inverter Icom 802 SSB with Pactor modem Kayden 80 E 3.5 GPH water maker  (2) 230 watt solar panels Cape Horn Self Steering wind vane Sanitation hoses replaced and head rebuilt. Hauled, bottom painted, aft cut less bearing replaced, prop balanced., new zincs Full engine service, including filters, fluids, impeller, etc   Other Notable Features; 2012 Achilles Hard Bottom Dinghy w/Custom Cover 2012 Suzuki 4HP Four Stroke Outboard w/Custom Cover  Autopilot Autohelm ST6000 Linear Drive Edson Teak Cockpit Table with Folding Leaves Raymarine C120 Chartplotter w/Radar

50' Blue Water Cruiser Skookum Center Cockpit Sloop 1972, full keel

50' Blue Water Cruiser Skookum Center Cockpit Sloop 1972, full keel

$37,500

Waianae, Hawaii

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Length 50.0

Posted Over 1 Month

You want this, she will take you anywhere and accommodate your wildest dreams. Once in a lifetime opportunity to own one of the finest cruising sailboats built for person looking to spend less upfront and fix her up to your own purpose. Vessel as is can make major crossing to Fiji or West Coast, currently sailing inter-island and at anchor in Hawaii. Great sailing boat, simple sail plan for ease of sailing. Vessel tracks well, very forgiving to inexperienced or rough water action. Great live aboard, large flush deck, center cockpit, raised aft cabin. 6'3" headroom average throughout. Midship main salon with sofa/double bed, galley. Forward unfinished but framed in double bed cabin, wash basin, storage area. Built in USA no inferior metals, craftsmanship or materials used as was common to similar Asian built vessels. This is a live to see another day serious blue water cruiser not a cookie cutter cheap build. Never had teak decks so deck is not compromised - has retained original strength, no hidden rot or leaks. Hull is 3/4" solid fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) that thickens at waterline and below to encapsulated full keel. Rare. Vessel requires TLC, cleaning & some project cosmetic work. Main engine not starting needs new starter, overhaul recommended. It is a boat for someone who has money to invest or who's hobbies include being handy. Price reflects that and need to sell NOW. Serious inquiries only. Reasonable offers considered. Motivated Seller for empowered motivated Buyer. Open to trade into smaller 31-38' vessel with cash. Vessel is sold as is where is, free clear title through USCG Certificate of Documentation Sale/Transfer of Vessel notary and Bill of Sale. Skookum Center Cockpit Masthead Sloop 1972, full keel renowned Ed Monk design built by Skookum Marine Inc., Port Townsend, WA. Do research the value & uniqueness of full keel bulletproof hull era, top end designers & builders. Online you can find similar 47-53' Skookum vessels in better condition priced up to $549,000. There are several in the $80,000 range with the original old interior and engine that need to be redone, rebuilt or replaced. If you look on Yacht World, Sailboat listings, etc. you will find Skookum 47' to 53' vessels. There is a 47' Custom Built Cutter Skookum for $549,000. Owners took the same 1970's hull to a boat builder for refit had everything inside topside redone. It's much more cost effective and a seaworthy vessel than new. S/V Aulani Aloha USCG Doc. # 1231261 with original build cert. - operational endorsements: Recreation, Registry for foreign waters, Coastwise for commercial passengers/cargo & fishery. Foreign built or State registered do not enjoy such liberties. LOA: 50', LOD 48', LWL: 38' Hull Speed: 8.5 knots Beam: 13' 6" Draft: 6' 6" Ballast: 11,500lbs; Displacement: 32,000 lb Internal volume: 1 ton equals 100 cubic feet - GT 29, NrT 26 Compare to other vessels. Hydraulic Windlass deck-mounted drum, pump clutch (new 2010); Simpson Lawrence Tiger 555 (2011 $1500) Anchor Rode - 66lb Bruce claw, 45lb Danforth, 44lb Delta; Chain 150' & 90' 3/8" G3/G4; 350' line Wagner hydraulic Ram, helm pump A2-W (new 2009) 44" Edson Destroyer Wheel (new 2009) Autopilot Hydraulic Comnav 1500/1510 with Fluxgate compass (new 2004 $2000) HRP100 Accu Steer Reverse Pumpset (new 2011 $2000) Large inboard hung spade rudder attached to keel, system serviced (2011), new cutlass (2011) 5 Batteries/2 banks - 350 amps, 220 amps (new 2014) 10 Amp Marine Battery Charger (new 2013) 2 Solar panels 80 (new 2011) & 100 watt (new 2013), controllers (new 2013), 200 Watt Invertors, DC/AC Circuit Break Panel Distribution, 3 Battery Selector Switches (new 2011), 75% of wiring (new 2011) all boat cable, marine grade Yanmar 2GMFL 5 kW diesel generator ($10,000 new), low hours, new 55 amp charger (2013) 1982 Ford Lehman 80 hp diesel main engine (rebuilt 2001). Gear Reduction 2:1. Fuel Tank 85 gallons, Dual Racor filters, booster fuel pump, SS Day Tank 10 gallons. Bronze Stuffing Box & Bearings (serviced 2011). Bronze thru hull ball valves (new 2011) 3 blade bronze propeller 22 X 15 LH, polished/balanced (2011); 1.5" SS Shaft Rule 12 VDC Bilge Pumps - 3500 gph (new 2011), 1100 gph (new 2014) 3 Fresh Water Tanks capacity 305 gallons; 12 VDC PUMP pressurized (new 2014); 10 gallon Hot water tank/heater 115 VAC Toyotami OM 22 (22,000 BTU) oil-diesel heater electronic ignition (new 2007), clean efficient no diesel smell. 3 Fire extinguishers, Flares, Eprib, Horseshoe life ring, 12PFDs, Ships bell, barometer Galley stove propane 3 burner & 20lb aluminum tank, Microwave Oven, SS Sink, 12vDC Igloo Ice Chest Jabsco Marine toilet (new 2013), 30 gallon holding tank. Aluminum mast, boom, spars by Yacht Riggers (new 2002). SS Rigging 3/8" and 5/16" (new 2002), (reconditioned 2008, 2011) chain plates all above deck easy to inspect - very good condition, insulated backstay for SSB-HF radio, spinnaker/whisker pole Winches - 2x Barient #28 (dual), 1x #22 and 2x #20 (cleaned serviced 2015) Sails: Dacron main with 6 battens (serviced by SLO Sail & Canvas 2011) fair condition & 130% dacron Genoa with sail cover UV (new 2010) good condition, Profurl headstay system. 4" Gemini & 3" Tell Tale Compasses JRC LCD Radar 1500 MK II (new 2010 $2000) Furuno Echo Sounder FCV 620, bronze transducer (new 2011 $1500) WM VHF 600, new antennae (2015) Extensive haul out 2011 - Barrier paint 2 coats, 3 coats ablative antifouling, 2 coats 2 part marine exposy hull & decks. Edson cast aluminum tender davits, SS swim ladder and boarding rails Walkthrough Layout: Entry from cockpit to aft cabin 14' long by beam with queen size bed, enclosed head to port and vanity/nav area stbd. 7' long passageway forward with storage clothes hanging area to stbd can be converted to berth. Main engine and gen set center under cockpit easy access. Main Salon midship 10' by 13', galley 9'x5' port side opposite machinery compartment into main salon. Forward space 14' to chain/rope locker. Stairwell entry exit to flush deck port side. Starboard side has thru hull fittings for second head original with construction. There is a framed in double bed to starboard with port side shelving for storage. Large Cockpit area 8' by 7' designed so one can easily add a pilothouse. Pictures of haul out, prop/stern/rudder are from several years past. Interior, deck, sailing and at anchor or mooring pics 2015-2016. See videos at my you tube channel Ocean Maverick for footage of history, underway, etc. Rare original insulation core high quality dense laid up inside of hull 1 1/14" with 1/8" FRP barrier inside to glass in any type of interior and use. Best type for heating cooling temperature control inside and noise reduction. Deck is 1 1/2" 2 layers solid and cored FRP laminates. I've lived on her last five years dockside, underway, on the hard, at anchor and sailing cruising often solo across 20,000 miles of ocean from Seattle down West Coast thru Hawaii into South Pacific & back to Hawaii. I had a two phase plan to refit, fix her up allowing me to enjoy cruising the Pacific Ocean and isles. I completed phase one but developed a condition two years past that now forces me to sell. An alternative to paying $150,000 for a similar in excellent condition or $80,000 with a running old engine worn and soon to fail or mandates a rebuild. Is to buy cheap get a great hull, good rigging & sail gear, anchoring system, versatile spacious interior to be used as is & continue remodeling or redo to your own liking while enjoying life aboard and/or sailing. Or an alternative housing scenario. That alternative is this. The 2010 survey put the boat at a $400,000 replacement cost, a $115,000 - $140,000 refit complete value and $85,000 market value. The prior owner needed a survey for bank loan and insurance. 2010 survey available upon request plus 2012 addendum.

1981 Peterson Delta 45

1981 Peterson Delta 45

$49,900

Poulsbo, Washington

Year 1981

Make Peterson

Model Delta 45

Category Sailboats

Length 44'

Posted Over 1 Month

1981 Peterson Delta 45 This is another great example of the Doug Peterson design built in the Tawainese Shin Hsing Yard. Based on the world renowned KP-44 design, this blue water cruiser, like most of them, has likely been there.  If you are looking for a capable, two stateroom, two head liveaboard, and plan to cruise the sea of Cortez and Mexico, or sail to the South Pacific this boat, is  one to seriously consider.  With the 39’ waterline, cutter ketch rig, and center cockpit, you will find her a comfortable, dry, and great sailing ocean boat.  Built with hand-laid fiberglass, the solid hull has a 10,000 lb. encapsulated ballast keel, protected prop, and skeg hung rudder, serious features you just won’t find on light new boats.   The sailing performance of the Peterson design is forgiving, and often surprising in both light and heavy airs. She practically sails herself, making over 150 mile days offshore, comfortably handling sea states that keep other boats in anchorages. You can be sure that she'll deliver your family to your next port in safety and comfort.  A pleasure to own, live aboard, and sail, you’ll find very few blue water yachts that are in the same overbuilt league, especially at this price.  Wait till you see the quality of the interior woodwork!  Owner has another boat, and priced this one for a quick sale.  Make an appointment to see Sea Biscuit soon.

1993 Pacific Seacraft 34 Crealock

1993 Pacific Seacraft 34 Crealock

$94,000

Cortez, Florida

Year 1993

Make Pacific Seacraft

Model 34 Crealock

Category Sailboats

Length 34'

Posted Over 1 Month

1993 Pacific Seacraft 34 Crealock Shoal Draft - Blue Water Pacific Seacrafts have been known for their seaworthiness since 1984. Designed after the very successful Pacific Seacraft 37, this 34 focuses on safety and comfort with lively sailing performance. It’s an overall tough boat with a sea kindly nature very well suited for blue-water passage making. Once you reach your destination, its shoal draft of 4'1" will get you into places other blue-water boats won’t. The Canoe stern is not just for good looks either. The blue-water design allows this vessel to maintain speed and control in a following sea. While sailing upwind, her hull design continues to shine. This 34 Crealock is well balanced under sail which builds confidence in sailors who are not greatly experienced and gives a smile of pride to the experienced sailor. The rig is of cutter configuration, all control lines are feed back into the safety of the cockpit. Inside, there is 6’4? of headroom, a comfortably sized galley, and an interior that is well laid out for live aboard. There are berths for up to five, two in the V, two in the saloon settees, and a single seagoing quarter berth which doubles as a seat for the navigation table. Sea Fox is powered with a highly desirable 38hp Yanmar Diesel with low hours. Known in the sailing community for its fuel efficient, reliable design. Yanmar is the perfect complement to this solid seaworthy vessel. Equipped with the PSS Dripless Shaft Seal this propulsion system is blue water ready. As for running rigging – it’s all New! Waiting in the box for the new owners is a full set of color coded halyards, sheets and lines.  The interior of Sea Fox is like new. The hand rubbed teak joinery in the cabin gives this rugged vessel a touch of elegance that sets off its overall majestic appearance. Sea Fox was hauled, cleaned and prepared for long term storage several years ago when the current owners realized they would not be able to sail for a while.  They have  sadly come to the conclusion they may not be able to sail again and are giving another eager sailor the opportunity. Sea Fox is currenly in the yard in Bradenton Florida and is easy to show! The owners are motivated to sell now that the decision has been made. Please call Captain Dale! You can reach me on my cell phone or email anytime with questions and to make an appointment for a showing!   Thanks for your interest, Dale

21' CLARK SAN JUAN SAILBOAT- SLEEPS 4 + includes trailer (MAMARONECK, NY) 10543

21' CLARK SAN JUAN SAILBOAT- SLEEPS 4 + includes trailer (MAMARONECK, NY) 10543

$500

Mamaroneck, New York

Year 1976

Make CLARK

Model SAN JUAN

Category -

Length 21.0

Posted Over 1 Month

CAN EASILY BE VIEWED IN A BOAT YARD IN MAMRONECK, NEW YORK 10543. (if purchased, must be moved by the end of this month- with a few extra days if needed). The AMAZING Clark San Juan 21 is very easy to sail. Read all about it in the wikipedia link and do a Google/Bing/Yahoo search. Lots of info avail.Good first boat, a family boat, or a racing boat. The San Juan 21 continues to be a popular racer and enjoys many active racing fleets across the country.Beautiful and simple classic 1976 design.Rigging: Sloop, CutterBeam: 7 feetFixed-keelSteering: TillerHull: FiberglassSleeps four+ Clean titles for boat & trailer,. Boat is registered in New York until 2017+ Boat is in good/fair condition, normal wear, ready to sail. BUT needs a good cleaning. And if you want, the bottom could be painted. The wood hatch door could be replaced. Some dings on the keel. There are some small cracks in the roof that could be properly repaired. (very common in the San Juan). + Includes the original owners manual and everything in the photos (lots of extras)+ All standing and running rigging+ 4 sails: Large mainsail, Jib, a 110% working jib, a 135% genoa+ Sail Bags+ Good anchor+ Lots of PFD/life vests+ Reupholstered cabin cushions + Rudder+ Sail Cover+ FREE trailer GO TO YOUTUBE FOR VIDEOS of a San Juan 21 sailing: Google: San Juan Sailboats and Clark Boat Company - San Juan 21 ...GOOGLE: San Juan 21 Association Web SiteGOOGLE: San Juan 21 Fleet 1CHECK wikipedia photosCHECK WIKIPEDIA:The San Juan 21 blends a combination of performance and ease of sailing.[1] They are very easy to set up and can be put in the water in as little as 25 minutes. With the swing keel, they ride low on the trailer and can be launched and retrieved from any ramp. A handful of fixed-keel variants were produced, including a small number of shoal keel models. It is believed that fewer than 300 fixed-keel boats were produced, and even fewer of the shoal-keel boats (believed to be less than 20). Clark experimented with the fixed-keel design predominantly in the production plant located near Seattle, Washington.They handle much like big dinghies, yet with the 400-lb. keel, they are self-righting. This is not of much concern, as capsizing a San Juan 21 is not easy. Initially tender, the San Juan 21 heels to 15 degrees rather easily but firms up there, and once past 40 degrees, the helmsman has to make a rather big mistake to get it to go more. Once past 50 degrees or so, the sturdy little boat will round up and head into the wind.The San Juan 21 is a pleasure to sail for both novices and experienced racers. Due to its light weight (1400 lbs Class Weight), it accelerates briskly in puffs and will literally sail rings around most bigger boats in light to moderate winds. There are several one-design class fleets located at various lakes across the country with active racing schedules all summer. While designed more with performance in mind, the boat is comfortable for weekend cruising for two adults with two small children. It has space for a camping toilet and ample storage for other essentials.They are also easy to single-hand, with the fractional rig's small jib and large main.The sail inventory consists of a large mainsail, a small 110% working jib, a 135% genoa, and a spinnaker. Being a one-design class, rules limit the sails to be made from Dacron and the spinnaker from nylon. This keeps costs down.

1977 41' Morgan Ketch

1977 41' Morgan Ketch

$69,900

Sacramento, California

Year 1977

Make Morgan

Model 41 Morgan Out Island Ketch

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Length 41.1

Posted Over 1 Month

The Morgan Out Island is one of the most popular cruising boats ever built. She is a shoal draft (4’2?) full keel cruiser. Her long waterline and 13’10? beam provides immense space below for storage and living. Morgan Out Islands have always been popular with cruisers and liveaboards alike. The engine and transmission on in very good condition, she has full array of electronics’. The center cockpit provides a great aft stateroom, making sailing more comfortable and makes docking a breeze. She sleeps 7 and has a very roomy salon, large galley, queen aft berth, forward and aft heads…..all of which makes for a great cruiser or liveaboard. This vessel is located in Vallejo California. Boat Name “Contez” Specs Keel: Full Engines Engine 1: Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel Dimensions LOA: 41 feet 3 inches LOD: 34 feet DRAFT: 4 feet 7 inches BEAM: 13 feet 10 inches HEIGHT (BRIDGE CLEARANCE): 53 feet DISPLACEMENT: 27000 BALLAST: 9000 HEADROOM: 6 inches HULL MATERIAL: Fiberglass KEEL TYPE: Full Engine and Propulsion ENGINE MAKE: Yanmar ENGINE MODEL: 4 JH2-HTE ENGINE YEAR: 2004 ENGINE HOURS: 440 HORSE POWER: 76 hp turbo intercooler CRUISING RPM: 1250/1500 CRUISING SPEED: 5/7 Knots MAX SPEED: 10/11 Knots MAX RPM: 3900/4000 rpm RANGE: 1000/1200 miles at cruising speed FUEL TYPE: Diesel NUMBER OF ENGINES: 1 PROPELLER TYPE: 3 Blades Tank Capacity FUEL CAPACITY: 150 gallons FUEL TANK MATERIAL: Aluminum TOTAL NO. FUEL TANKS: 1 WATER CAPACITY: 170 gallons WATER TANK MATERIAL: Stainless Steel TOTAL NO. WATER TANKS: 1 HOLDING CAPACITY: 26 gallons HOLDING TANK MATERIAL: Fiberglass Accommodations · Fwd cabin has a split V-berth and storage under. Next is the guest head to starboard and a large hanging locker to port. Next, going aft, is the large salon featuring a straight settee to port and a “L-shape” dinette with folding table to starboard. Next is the “L-shape” galley to starboard and the nav. station to port from where the aft cabin is accessed by the walk through. The aft (owner’s) cabin features a large queen size bed with a vanity, three large lockers and an en-suite head with shower. All new upholstery 2012 STATEROOM SLEEPS: 2 V-BERTH SLEEPS: 2 DINETTE SLEEPS: 3 QUARTER BERTH SLEEPS: ? SINGLE BERTHS: 3 DOUBLE BERTHS: 1 TWIN BERTHS: 1 CABINS: 3 HEADS: 2 w/showers OTHER: 2 Safe (master bedroom aft) Galley REFRIGERATION: Nova Kool with freezer FREEZER: Frigidaire WATER HEATER: Sea Ward 6 gallons 110vac+engine STOVE: 3 Burners/Oven Ship Mate Stove Division WATER SYSTEM: Pressure 12v H/C COOKING FUEL: Propane with marinetic control + gauges MICROWAVE: GE Turntable 950w SINK: Double Stainless OTHER: BBQ on rail Electronics & navigation equipment RADAR: Raymarine Pathfinder pws SL-72 VHF: Polaris 25w VHF #2: Standard Horizon with spectrum GPS: Garmin GPS #2: Interphase with chart plotter TV/DVD/VCR: Vizio 19”, Vizio 13”, (2) DVD’s and 1 VHS Player AIS TRANSPORTER: EM-TRAK B-100-AIS Class B DEPTH SOUNDER: Datamarine S200/Garmin 168 Map KNOMETER: Datamarine Speed/Distance S100KL WIND SPEED/DIRECTION: Tac Tick wireless MN30 AUTOPILOT: CTP Wheel Drive PLOTTER: Lowrance color global map 5000 C COMPASS: Danforth constellation RADAR DETECTOR: Yes (on main mast) STEREO: 12v, Radio+CD with RC Jensen CD4610 EQUIPMENT MANUALS: All Owner’s Manuals for boat electronics etc. OTHER: TV Antenna-smoke detectors, extra charts/nav Electrical systems HOUSE BANK 1: 4D 12v AMPS HOURS: 200/1100 (2) HOUSE BANK 2: 6v AMP HOURS: 230 (2) START BANK: Seal 1 (1) BANK MONITOR: Yes BATTERY SWITCH: Yes BATTERY CHARGER: Yes GENERATOR: Onan 4 kw MDK GEN HRS: 678 (Full service at 593 hrs) SMART REG: Yes ALTERNATOR: Yanmar 55 amps INVERTER: Yes (Not installed) SOLAR PANEL: Coleman 130 w (2) OTHER: Monitor x Solar panel Coleman digital Sails & Rigging MAIN: Good JIB: Good #1 GENOA: 120-130% Good conditions (re-stitch 2012) MIZZEN: Good SAIL MATERIAL: Dracon SAIL AREA: 416+254 (Main)+122(Mizzen) PREVENTER/BOOM BREAK: Yes MAST: Aluminum with steps and keel stepped LINES LED AFT: Yes SPINNAKER POLE: Aluminum WINCH: #3 Lewmar 2 speed self tailing WINCH: #3 Lewmar 2 speed WINCH: #1 Lewmar ROLLER FURL: Harken (Head sail control reefing & furling) OTHER: Emergency rigging cutter + lazy jacks Deck Equipment ANCHOR: Bruce 45 CHAIN LENGHT/SIZE: 80' LINE LENGHT/SIZE: 200' ANCHOR 2: Delta 45 CHAIN: 30' LINE: 180' ANCHOR: Danforth CHAIN: 20' LINE: 100' WINDLASS: Power winch 12 V NAV LIGHTS: Yes SPREADER LIGHTS: New in box (not installed) LADDER: Yes RAILS: Aluminum/Steel cable DINGHY DAVITS: Yes SWIM STEP: Yes BOW PULPIT: Stainless Steel MAST PULPIT: Mast steps (Main and Mizzen) DECK LIGHTS: Yes LIFELINES: Yes GATES: Yes BOW ROLLER: Yes COVERS & CURTAINS: Yes DECK MATERIAL: Fiberglass Non skid Mechanical Systems PROPELLER: Bronze 3 blades BILGE BLOWER: Yes FIRE EXTINGUISHING: Yes (3) (2015) FUEL FILTERS: Yes BILGE PUMP: 1 Automatic/1 manual AIR CONDITIONER: Marine Air (Salon/V-berth) Frigidaire(aft cabin) STEERING TYPE: Hydraulic Oil pressure system with gauge RAW WATER SEA STRAINER: Yes HOUSE FANS: Yes FUEL SHUT OFF: Yes FRESH WATER COOLING SYSTEM: Yes All new bronze true-hulls (Gambol Industries Inc. in Long Beach, CA) in 04/2012( $ 14,000.00) Additional Equipment High water alarm system 110 V auto bilge pump New water pump Atomic clock (galley) Hoses/clamps-spare parts Safety Equipment LIFE JACKETS: Yes LIFE SLING: Yes LIFE RAFT: Revere coastal (6 person New 2012) USCG SAFETY PACKAGE: Yes EPIRB: Yes with GPS (New April 2012) MOB DETECTOR: Yes STROBE: Yes MOB POLE: Yes JACK LINES: Yes HARNESSES: Yes FLOAT RING: Yes FLARES: Yes Covers & Cushions DODGER: Canvas with window cover COCKPIT: Center cockpit with rubber floor HATCHES: 5 Hatches with bugs screen COCKPIT CUSHIONS: Yes MAINSAIL: Yes GENOA: UV Protector cover (new December 2012) BUG SCREEN: Yes

21' CLARK SAN JUAN SAILBOAT + 8' dingy + 6 HP motor + trailer  in MAMARONECK, NY

21' CLARK SAN JUAN SAILBOAT + 8' dingy + 6 HP motor + trailer in MAMARONECK, NY

$998

Mamaroneck, New York

Year 1976

Make CLARK

Model SAN JUAN

Category -

Length 21.0

Posted Over 1 Month

CAN EASILY BE VIEWED IN MAMRONECK, NEW YORK 10543. (if purchased, must be moved by the end of this month). You get EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO HIT THE WATER: 21' Sailboat AND an 8' Sandpiper dingy ($350 value) AND a like new 6 hp four-stroke Tohatsu (Mercury) long shaft outboard ($850 value), AND a Dry Dock trailer AND dingy motor: Tohatsu 2 1/4hp (needs minor repair). The AMAZING Clark San Juan 21 is very easy to sail. Read all about it in the wikipedia link and do a Google/Bing/Yahoo search. Lots of info avail.Good first boat, a family boat, or a racing boat. The San Juan 21 continues to be a popular racer and enjoys many active racing fleets across the country.Beautiful and simple classic 1976 design.Rigging: Sloop, CutterBeam: 7 feetFixed-keelSteering: TillerHull: FiberglassSleeps four+ Clean titles for boat & trailer,. Boat is registered in New York until 2017+ Boat is in good/fair condition, normal wear, ready to sail. BUT needs a good cleaning. And if you want, the bottom could be painted. The wood hatch door could be replaced. There are some small problem areas in the roof that could be properly repaired. (very common in the San Juan). BUT THE BOAT DOES NOT LEAK (top or bottom)+ Includes the original owners manual and everything in the photos (lots of extras)+ All standing and running rigging+ 4 sails: Large mainsail, Jib, a 110% working jib, a 135% genoa+ Sail Bags+ Good anchor+ Lots of PFD/life vests+ Reupholstered cabin cushions + Rudder+ Sail Cover+ FREE trailer ($500+ value)GO TO YOUTUBE FOR VIDEOS of a San Juan 21 sailing: Google: San Juan Sailboats and Clark Boat Company - San Juan 21 ...GOOGLE: San Juan 21 Association Web SiteGOOGLE: San Juan 21 Fleet 1CHECK wikipedia photosCHECK WIKIPEDIA:The San Juan 21 blends a combination of performance and ease of sailing.[1] They are very easy to set up and can be put in the water in as little as 25 minutes. With the swing keel, they ride low on the trailer and can be launched and retrieved from any ramp. A handful of fixed-keel variants were produced, including a small number of shoal keel models. It is believed that fewer than 300 fixed-keel boats were produced, and even fewer of the shoal-keel boats (believed to be less than 20). Clark experimented with the fixed-keel design predominantly in the production plant located near Seattle, Washington.They handle much like big dinghies, yet with the 400-lb. keel, they are self-righting. This is not of much concern, as capsizing a San Juan 21 is not easy. Initially tender, the San Juan 21 heels to 15 degrees rather easily but firms up there, and once past 40 degrees, the helmsman has to make a rather big mistake to get it to go more. Once past 50 degrees or so, the sturdy little boat will round up and head into the wind.The San Juan 21 is a pleasure to sail for both novices and experienced racers. Due to its light weight (1400 lbs Class Weight), it accelerates briskly in puffs and will literally sail rings around most bigger boats in light to moderate winds. There are several one-design class fleets located at various lakes across the country with active racing schedules all summer. While designed more with performance in mind, the boat is comfortable for weekend cruising for two adults with two small children. It has space for a camping toilet and ample storage for other essentials.They are also easy to single-hand, with the fractional rig's small jib and large main.The sail inventory consists of a large mainsail, a small 110% working jib, a 135% genoa, and a spinnaker. Being a one-design class, rules limit the sails to be made from Dacron and the spinnaker from nylon. This keeps costs down.

44' Peterson Delta 45

44' Peterson Delta 45

$49,900

Seattle, Washington

Year -

Make -

Model -

Category -

Length -

Posted Over 1 Month

This is another great example of the Doug Peterson design built in the Tawainese Yard of Shin Hsing. Based on the world renowned KP-44 design, this blue water cruiser, like most of them, has likely been there. If you are looking for a capable, two stateroom, two head liveaboard, and plan to cruise the sea of Cortez and Mexico, or sail to the South Pacific this boat, is one to seriously consider. With the 39’ waterline, cutter ketch rig, and center cockpit, you will find her a comfortable, dry, and great sailing ocean boat. Built with hand-laid fiberglass, the solid hull has a 10,000 lb. encapsulated ballast keel, protected prop, and skeg hung rudder, features you just won’t find on light new boats. The sailing performance of the Peterson design is forgiving often and surprising in both light and heavy airs. She practically sails herself, making over 150 mile days offshore, comfortably handling sea states that keep other boats in anchorages. You can be sure that she'll deliver your family to your next port in safety and comfort. A pleasure to own, live aboard, and sail, you’ll find very few blue water yachts that are in the same overbuilt league, especially at this price. Wait till you see the quality of the interior woodwork! Owner has another boat, and priced this one for a quick sale. Make an appointment to see Sea Biscuit soon.

21' CLARK SAN JUAN SAILBOAT. Sleeps 4. FREE TRAILER.  Larchmont NY

21' CLARK SAN JUAN SAILBOAT. Sleeps 4. FREE TRAILER. Larchmont NY

$2,500

New York, New York

Year 1976

Make CLARK

Model SAN JUAN

Category -

Length 21.0

Posted Over 1 Month

MUST BE PICKED UP IN LARCHMONT, NEW YORK 10538 You get EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO HIT THE WATER: 21' Sailboat AND an 8' Sandpiper dingy ($350 value) and like new 6 hp four-stroke Tohatsu (Mercury) long shaft outboard ($850 value) and dingy motor: Tohatsu 2 1/4hp (needs repair). The AMAZING Clark San Juan 21 is very easy to sail. Read all about it in the wikipedia link and do a Google/Bing/Yahoo search. Lots of info avail.Good first boat, a family boat, or a racing boat. The San Juan 21 continues to be a popular racer and enjoys many active racing fleets across the country.Beautiful and simple classic 1976 design.Rigging: Sloop, CutterBeam: 7 feetFixed-keelSteering: TillerHull: FiberglassSleeps four+ Clean titles for boat & trailer,. Boat is registered in New York until 2017+ Boat is in good/fair condition, normal wear, ready to sail. BUT needs a good cleaning. And if you want, the bottom could be painted. The wood hatch door could be replaced. There are some small problem areas in the roof that could be properly repaired. (very common in the San Juan). BUT THE BOAT DOES NOT LEAK (top or bottom)+ Includes the original owners manual and everything in the photos (lots of extras)+ All standing and running rigging+ 4 sails: Large mainsail, Jib, a 110% working jib, a 135% genoa+ Sail Bags+ Good anchor+ Lots of PFD/life vests+ Reupholstered cabin cushions + Rudder+ Sail Cover+ FREE trailer ($500+ value)GO TO YOUTUBE FOR VIDEOS of a San Juan 21 sailing: Google: San Juan Sailboats and Clark Boat Company - San Juan 21 ...GOOGLE: San Juan 21 Association Web SiteGOOGLE: San Juan 21 Fleet 1CHECK wikipedia photosCHECK WIKIPEDIA:The San Juan 21 blends a combination of performance and ease of sailing.[1] They are very easy to set up and can be put in the water in as little as 25 minutes. With the swing keel, they ride low on the trailer and can be launched and retrieved from any ramp. A handful of fixed-keel variants were produced, including a small number of shoal keel models. It is believed that fewer than 300 fixed-keel boats were produced, and even fewer of the shoal-keel boats (believed to be less than 20). Clark experimented with the fixed-keel design predominantly in the production plant located near Seattle, Washington.They handle much like big dinghies, yet with the 400-lb. keel, they are self-righting. This is not of much concern, as capsizing a San Juan 21 is not easy. Initially tender, the San Juan 21 heels to 15 degrees rather easily but firms up there, and once past 40 degrees, the helmsman has to make a rather big mistake to get it to go more. Once past 50 degrees or so, the sturdy little boat will round up and head into the wind.The San Juan 21 is a pleasure to sail for both novices and experienced racers. Due to its light weight (1400 lbs Class Weight), it accelerates briskly in puffs and will literally sail rings around most bigger boats in light to moderate winds. There are several one-design class fleets located at various lakes across the country with active racing schedules all summer. While designed more with performance in mind, the boat is comfortable for weekend cruising for two adults with two small children. It has space for a camping toilet and ample storage for other essentials.They are also easy to single-hand, with the fractional rig's small jib and large main.The sail inventory consists of a large mainsail, a small 110% working jib, a 135% genoa, and a spinnaker. Being a one-design class, rules limit the sails to be made from Dacron and the spinnaker from nylon. This keeps costs down.