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Bristol 32 Project Sailboat

$3,000

Bokeelia, Florida

Year 1975

Make Bristol

Model -

Category -

Length -

Posted Over 1 Month

1975 Bristol 32This is a project boat. Everything is there, it just needs work. I bought this boat as a project, but don't have the time to do it justice. It would be a beautiful classic cruising boat if restored. I took the engine out of the boat to work on it. Universal Atomic 4, 30 hp, gasoline. Replaced original water pump with a new improved quick change pump. Engine starts and runs fine. New plugs, points, wires, paint. Can start and run engine as it sits. The hull is sound below the water line as far as I can tell. I have not had the boat pulled, but I see no evidence of blisters or damage. The cabin top suffered some damage, and the repairs were not well done. Easy fix. The swing keel cable is broken. I have the keel tied up. The boat needs to be on the hard to have the cable fixed. The mechanical systems are all intact, but must be gone through. The steering gear was moved and replaced, with new pulleys and cable. The wheel and binnacle are in good shape. The head has been worked on recently, with new hoses and other parts. There is a frig/freezer chest, alcohol stove and sink. I replaced the bilge pump. The water tanks appear to be clean and in good condition. Many of the tapered bronze seacocks are frozen. They are high quality and can be rebuilt, but the boat should be out of the water for safety. None of the electronics work. The rigging is complete. There are two mainsails. The one on the boat I have not looked at. The second one is in good shape. There are 2 or 3 jibs, all show little sign of wear. There is a complete set of cockpit canvas that never seems to have been used. The dodger plastic needs to be replaced from old age. There is also a light sun shade. There is a set of cockpit cushions that are good. Some of the interior cushions are missing, and the rest need to be recovered. The boat comes with a bosuns chair and safety harness. I also have a rebuild kit for the Gusher emergency pump, new cutlass bearing, new prop shaft packing.

Sound Winter Project Sailboat

$1,350

Rapid City, Michigan

Year -

Make Lightening

Model 9061

Category Daysailer Sailboats

Length 19.0

Posted Over 1 Month

19 Ft. Fiberglass Sailboat with wood interior. Aluminum mast w/ wood boom. Includes all sails, main, jib and spinnaker and wood rudder/tiller. Fiberglass is sound, the wood needs to be refinished. Floorboards have been 'stripped' and are ready to be stained and varnished. Includes trailer. Slight work and you have a classic sailboat for years to come. $1,350

32' CATAMARAN SAILBOAT HULL / LARGE PROJECT SAILBOAT

$1,750

Dayton, Ohio

Year -

Make -

Model -

Category -

Length -

Posted Over 1 Month

Relisting do to non-paying low feedback Buyer..... Up for sale is a 32' Catamaran sailboat hull in need of a total rebuild. This open water sailboat is in poor condition but the hull is ridged and strong. I purchased this sailboat from a marina in Waukegan IL in 2008. The marina did provide me with a clear title. The hull is thick fiberglass and we considered it a good candidate for a full rebuild. The hull is the only thing we considered usable on the entire boat. Lower hull is all glass and very ridged. One thing that will need to be fixed, there is a steel skid runner that extends the entire length of the bottom of the hull, (it is a piece of like 1.5" x 1.5" angle iron that they bonded to the bottom of the hull). This runner should have been out of stainless or aluminum but it was done in steel and it is rusting. A line of fiberglass around it has split. You will want to simply cut out all of this steel skid runner and either replace it or simply remove it as it is not needed. There was an inboard engine and drive but I parted that out some time ago as it was not going to be part of the rebuild I had planned. There is also a large aluminum mast with roller furler included but the mast was damaged while in storage, (yard maintenance guy drove over it about 4' from the top). This catamaran hull will need a total rebuild and is sold AS/IS. Do not buy this boat if you are thinking you can just paint it and throw some sails on it. Transport is of course the issue. There is no trailer. Beam is a little over 14', (we permitted at 14' for transport). I personally, would think about sectioning the boat right down the center for transport. I have done this before to a 45' boat that we were reconfiguring. It can be done in a day with a common circular saw. It can then easily be pulled with a gooseneck trailer and a p/u truck. Another possible transport strategy would be to find a carrier who can haul the boat on a 45degee angle on a low deck trailer. We can crane load from our location on to your transport or you can possibly just back the trailer under the elevated twin hulls. Loading and transport is obviously at buyers expense. I am sorry, I simply do not have the time to get involved with transport estimates and logistics. Good luck bidding and please, no zero feedback or low feedback buyers unless you contact me first. ****The Ohio River is less than 50 miles away from our location. There have been Ebayer's suggestions that possibly some basic hull repair is done on location and then the cat is towed down the Ohio River. This is a possible transport solution.

INTERNATIONAL 14 SAILBOAT PROJECT*****RELIST*****

$1,300

Clovis, California

Year 1970

Make International

Model -

Category Racer Boats

Length -

Posted Over 1 Month

International 14 Sailboat Project*****RE-LISTED DUE TO NON-PAYING BUYER****** I bought this to restore to original International racing boat configuration. Listed as a 1970 (date required for listing) but I have no idea when it was built The previous owner wanted simpler rigging and had filled and faired most of the original fitting holes. The fiberglass hull/ deck is almost ready for paint. The original rigging and fittings are included which I had intended to remount, as is the plywood foredeck to use for a pattern for replacement. Sails include the main and two headsails.These boats are very popular and there are many I-14 chapters/ clubs for organized racing. I purchased the trailer separately and had new tires, wheels and hubs installed. All the lighting has been checked and is fully functional. There is also a custom dolly to allow easy positioning for the restoration project. It would be relatively easy to continue the conversion to a more simply rigged day sailor by modifying the original rigging/ fittings and shortening the mast if desired. I don’t have the time or space required to finish this project so am selling it for less than the value of the like new trailer. Local pickup only. Trailer requires 1 7/8" hitch ball. Paypal or cash only.No negative or zero feedback bidders unless you contact me first.USA and Canada only.

1996 Hunter 336 sailboat great project boat

$35,000

Panama City, Florida

Year 1996

Make Hunter

Model -

Category -

Length -

Posted Over 1 Month

Story of the Kathryn Ann...I bought this boat in 2004 off of eBay from an insurance website that sells boats that have been damaged. In this particular case, Hurricane Isabelle ran up the eastern coast and hit the marina this boat was stored at in Maryland, in which the waves beat the boat on the starboard side into the dock piling resulting in damage to the side of the boat and the interior walls of the bathroom (opposite side of the hull damage). I had the boat shipped to me in Panama City, FL where I started the rebuild. Upon arrival of the boat, I took everything out of it and rinsed it all down. I could tell that water had entered the boat and looked as if it had rolled over to its starboard side down in the water a bit because I could see the water line marks. The boat was in fresh water, but where the storm churned up the water, there was a blanket of dirt in the part of the cabin from the water intrusion. Everything cleaned up pretty well except the wood from the water line down was stained. I took the motor out, which is a Yanmar 3GM30F, and had a diesel mechanic go through it and luckily no water got in the engine and it has ran like a top since I have had it. I repaired the hull with the best glass and resins from RAKA in south Florida, never had any problems since the repair. Once I finished up the hull repair, I went ahead and put it in the water to start enjoying it with the intentions of working on it on the weekends to finish it up. Unfortunately not long after putting the boat in the water, I got orders to be stationed in Colorado (Air Force guy) where there is little water! I have been trying to get back to Panama City every since with no luck. So I would come down a couple times a year to try to complete the finish work, but never seemed to get it completed because I would rather take it out with the boys and have fun instead of work on it! As much as it kills me, I need to let her go so that the next person can finish what I started and bring her back to her ol' glory, plus my family never got into it like I hoped, it's a great boat that needs to be used. I'll try my best to describe what still needs to be done...I have rewired most of the DC, never messed with the AC for the simple fact that I didn't have a hook-up available, so that will need to be gone through, the key switch on the operator panel needs to be replaced, I have a lot of new line, but some will still need to be replaced, the anchor light on top of the mast needs replacing, the teak needs to be cleaned and re oiled, there are some pieces that will need to be replaced, the cushions in the front cabin have some water damage (see pic), I have some extra material to do this, but would recommend something a little less 1980s in there. There is a little tear in one of the seat cushions, see pic. Need fuel gauge put in, have one on the boat, just not installed yet. Needs new instruments (speed/depth) possibly just transducer, I used a friends electronics when I took it out for depths. The bathroom needs to be finished, everything works, just needs finishing. Starboard side bumper over repair needs securing. I used the propane system for the stove 5-6 yrs ago, but would recommend going through that to make sure everything checks out. All the stainless needs polishing. Needs bottom paint. A couple of the deck poles need the base rewelded and resealed to the boat, that is where some of the water leaked in the boat over the years. There are some chips in the gelcoat on the rear right side (top deck) from something pecking on it, some gelcoat cracks from age, nothing major, aesthetic stuff. There may be a few more things here and there like screws that need replaced or line, but to the best of my knowledge, that's about it. This is a great buy for a Father/son deal to teach your kids the ins and outs of a sailboat without spending a huge chunk of cash, plus not worry about the kid dinking up a big money boat. Or great for a person to take to the keys or the beaches of the Gulf. Good Luck...hit me up with any questions! I've tried to describe this the best I can, this is not a new boat, so please don't expect one. The boat is sold as-is...where is, come get it! Thanks for looking!

1996 Hunter 336 sailboat great project boat

$35,000

Miami, Florida

Year 1996

Make Hunter

Model -

Category -

Length -

Posted Over 1 Month

Story of the Kathryn Ann...I bought this boat in 2004 off of eBay from an insurance website that sells boats that have been damaged. In this particular case, Hurricane Isabelle ran up the eastern coast and hit the marina this boat was stored at in Maryland, in which the waves beat the boat on the starboard side into the dock piling resulting in damage to the side of the boat and the interior walls of the bathroom (opposite side of the hull damage). I had the boat shipped to me in Panama City, FL where I started the rebuild. Upon arrival of the boat, I took everything out of it and rinsed it all down. I could tell that water had entered the boat and looked as if it had rolled over to its starboard side down in the water a bit because I could see the water line marks. The boat was in fresh water, but where the storm churned up the water, there was a blanket of dirt in the part of the cabin from the water intrusion. Everything cleaned up pretty well except the wood from the water line down was stained. I took the motor out, which is a Yanmar 3GM30F, and had a diesel mechanic go through it and luckily no water got in the engine and it has ran like a top since I have had it. I repaired the hull with the best glass and resins from RAKA in south Florida, never had any problems since the repair. Once I finished up the hull repair, I went ahead and put it in the water to start enjoying it with the intentions of working on it on the weekends to finish it up. Unfortunately not long after putting the boat in the water, I got orders to be stationed in Colorado (Air Force guy) where there is little water! I have been trying to get back to Panama City every since with no luck. So I would come down a couple times a year to try to complete the finish work, but never seemed to get it completed because I would rather take it out with the boys and have fun instead of work on it! As much as it kills me, I need to let her go so that the next person can finish what I started and bring her back to her ol' glory, plus my family never got into it like I hoped, it's a great boat that needs to be used. I'll try my best to describe what still needs to be done...I have rewired most of the DC, never messed with the AC for the simple fact that I didn't have a hook-up available, so that will need to be gone through, the key switch on the operator panel needs to be replaced, I have a lot of new line, but some will still need to be replaced, the anchor light on top of the mast needs replacing, the teak needs to be cleaned and re oiled, there are some pieces that will need to be replaced, the cushions in the front cabin have some water damage (see pic), I have some extra material to do this, but would recommend something a little less 1980s in there. There is a little tear in one of the seat cushions, see pic. Need fuel gauge put in, have one on the boat, just not installed yet. Needs new instruments (speed/depth) possibly just transducer, I used a friends electronics when I took it out for depths. The bathroom needs to be finished, everything works, just needs finishing. Starboard side bumper over repair needs securing. I used the propane system for the stove 5-6 yrs ago, but would recommend going through that to make sure everything checks out. All the stainless needs polishing. Needs bottom paint. A couple of the deck poles need the base rewelded and resealed to the boat, that is where some of the water leaked in the boat over the years. There are some chips in the gelcoat on the rear right side (top deck) from something pecking on it, some gelcoat cracks from age, nothing major, aesthetic stuff. There may be a few more things here and there like screws that need replaced or line, but to the best of my knowledge, that's about it. This is a great buy for a Father/son deal to teach your kids the ins and outs of a sailboat without spending a huge chunk of cash, plus not worry about the kid dinking up a big money boat. Or great for a person to take to the keys or the beaches of the Gulf. Good Luck...hit me up with any questions! I've tried to describe this the best I can, this is not a new boat, so please don't expect one. The boat is sold as-is...where is, come get it! Thanks for looking!

1977 Seafarer Futura 22' Project Sailboat

$1,200

Lake Worth, Florida

Year 1977

Make Seafarer

Model Futura

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Length 22.0

Posted Over 1 Month

This boat is a Rhodes design and was made to be blue water capable (see the Seafarer Research Center website). It's a great project sailboat/trailer package for those with the spare time, skills and place to do the work or the money to pay others to do it for them. The boat needs bottom stripping/sanding and paint, as well as a tiller handle (just the wooden portion, not the bracket that is present). The trailer (1989 Shoreline) needs a jack stand top and a fender (see pics), but recently made it down here from Maryland. Sails (main and roller furling jib) are in very good shape. You are welcome to inspect her prior to bidding; please contact me here to arrange it. The photos are about a week old. I've only owned her a few weeks and upon delivery, realized she is more of a project than I have the time or place for. I'm cutting my losses and will not make a profit on this sale. She is for sale locally, so this listing may end early. Thanks for looking!

Finn Sailboat U.S.698 project

$200

Block Island, Rhode Island

Year 1965

Make Newport/Mobjack

Model Finn

Category -

Length 14.0

Posted Over 1 Month

1965 all fiberglass Finn Dinghy .Built by Newport/Mobjack. Has all parts, 2 usable sails. Hull and deck solid but need refinishing. Sitka spruce original mast in fair/poor condition. No trailer or dolly.Contact if truly interested--no war stories/Dreamers.

1978 Catalina Yachts 23ft Project Sailboat

$500

Dawsonville, Georgia

Year -

Make -

Model -

Category -

Length -

Posted Over 1 Month

1978 Catalina Yachts 23ft Project Sailboat Abandoned Sailboat Better hurry! Recycling begins in September. 23ft Catalina Sailboat needs complete restoration. Make Offer! Just Reduced 20% Our 15 acre boat yard has over 100 new trailers deeply discounted over 250 used trailers over 100 complete outboards over 250 incomplete outboards for part over 50 complete inboard outboard systems over 150 incomplete inboard and outboard systems literally millions of used hard to find parts. Plus over 13 000 new parts hard to find and no longer available. Additionally 350 complete boats and 350 project boats all in one location. Largest inventory in the southeast. LML 10/08/10 ac Sailboats|Cruiser

Islander 32 sailboat, completely refitted/ repowered (2011), Project

$16,000

Fellsmere, Florida

Year 1964

Make Islander

Model 32

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Length 32.0

Posted Over 1 Month

This is a truly unique vessel. She has been fully restored and refitted. Boat is a must see. She comes rigged superior to many boats in her class with; separate spinnaker and jib tracks, retracting spinnaker pole. The running rigging is brought back to the cockpit for easy handling through line clutches and new harken winches (6 total). These are just a few of the features that make this an awesome vessel. A list of features of the boat is below, also if you have any questions feel free to email me and I will be happy to answer them. More pictures are available. Standing rigging and mast is new to the boat (2005) and engine is new (2010) 28hp Beta (marinized Kubota) The boat was in the water 2.5 years before I had to pull her out and store her on the hard to return to school. I began a process of retrofitting and improving some of her accessories having cruised her to the Chesapeake and back. Upgrades include diesel cabin heater, lengthened and reinforced companionway hatch, smaller engine box, electric anchor windlass. As projects go, one turned into another and I decided to strip the deck (then the hull) to repaint (paint was approaching 10 yrs old). Lots of sanding and fairing and the boat now is primed (545 epoxy primer) and faired smopoth ready for finish coat. Boat comes with a gallon of Awlcraft Royal Blue and Moondust (light beige) for the hull and deck which are the same colors the boat had on it. The boat is COMPLETE with ALL nuts and fasteners all in labeled bags with a diagram. The boat is disassembled and READY FOR PAINT and reassembly. This vessel continues to be a head turner and with a little diligent work will be back in the water by winter. The boat comes with a heavy duty cover in addition to the canopy pictured. These two things make all the difference when working in the Florida heat. Unfortunately my job has taken me to a place where no sailor wishes to go… a landlocked city, so the boat cannot accompany me and I am too far away to be able to finish her. As much as I hate to see her go, she has provided me some very fond memories and it’s time for her to go to a new home. Inquire with questions, more photos available. Electronics: Raymarine navigation suite includes - Large screen cockpit mounted chartplotter (radar display, gps etc) - ST 60 digital wind instrument - ST 60 digital depth instrument and transducer - ST 60 digital speed instrument - Mast mounted radar - Wheel mounted autopilot w/ gyro controlled computer Other electronics include - New battery banks (3 West Marine AGM's, installed December 2010) - 3 stage battery charger and monitor - AM/FM/Sirius Satellite Radio with CD Player - 2 Handlheld VHF Radios - 1 fixed Uniden VHF with mast mounted antenna (DCS capable) - Fluorescent salon lighting - Bulkhead mounted lighting in forward V-berth, head and 2 quarter berths - Outfitted with AC & DC current (must be plugged into shore power for AC) - Removable hatch mounted air conditioner - Lewmar V700 anchor windlass - 12v and 120v outlets - Dickinson marine diesel cabin heater Plumbing - Mounted Wilcox head set up for type III sewage handling (sewage goes to a holding tank and then can be either pumped ashore or overboard) - Macerator pump - 1- 120 gal/hr automatic bilge pump - 1- 500 gal/hr electric bilge pump - 1- gusher emergency bilge pump with deck mounted pump - 20 gallon freshwater holding tank - 20 gallon wastewater holding tank Engine - 2010 Beta 28- BD1005 (marinized Kubota diesel), installed January 2011, less than 300 hrs - Raytheon fuel/water separator and filter - 100amp alternator and serpentine belt - New propeller (January 2011), shaft (January 2011), shaft log May (2010) and packing (installed May 2011) - New diesel tank, removed cleaned and reinstalled during repower - Cockpit mounted gauges and engine controls - Roomy engine box, removable for easy and complete engine access - Easily serviceable engine (forward mounted oil and fuel filters, engine mounted oil change pump) - Rate of burn 1/2 gal/hr Additional Navigation - Hull mounted nav lights - Mast mounted anchor and steaming lights - East Coast charts and chart books from MD to Florida Keys and Bahamas (less than a year old) Hull - Hull painted in AwlCraft blue and topsides in moondust (much easier to touch up that AwlGrip and just as durable) - Generous amount of Petit Ticoat and Trinidad antifouling paint (July 2010 initial, inspected out of water in January 2011) - Rudder and shaft mounted zincs Rigging - New (2005) Z-Spar mast, standing and running rigging - New (2005) mainsail with three reefs and cover - New (2005) 135% genoa w/ self furling - New (2010) Gale Sail storm jib (hoists over furled genoa, simple to use) - All sheets and halyards are routed to the cockpit for easy handling - Halyards routed through deck mounted cam cleats - Larger than original 2-speed self tailing Harken winches (6-total) - Mainsheet on Harken traveler and Hexaratchet block

1975 Catalina 22 Pop Top Sailboat and Trailer - Project

$859

Martinsville, Indiana

Year 1975

Make Catalina

Model 22

Category Daysailer Sailboats

Length 22.0

Posted Over 1 Month

1975 Catalina 22 Pop Top Project Sailboat and Trailer The Catalina 22 is a popular sailboat produced by Catalina Yachts. Its hull measures 21 foot 6 inches (6.55 m), which is rounded up to 22 feet (6.7 m) for use in the model's name. First produced in 1968, it is one of the longest continuously produced sailboats in the world...Over 15000! Parts, videos and know-how are abound on the net 2005 last time previous owner had boat in water. I have never had boat in the water or was able to work on her. 2005 was the last time I was inside the cabin before preparing this listing for ebay. She has been closed up for ten years and is dirty in and out. I sprayed Windex in a few areas inside and dirt just wiped off with no scrubbing. Water, at one time, intruded around the forward hatch. Has complete set of interior cushions in gold plaid pattern. Most are in surprising good condition. NO SMELLS. One has a 1.5x1.5 inch hole in fabric that isn't seen when in place. 1 or 2 have an area of cracking vinyl. In all the noted exceptions, I don't think they would be seen or stop you from sailing PREVIOUS OWNER'S DESCRIPTION: '75 Catalina 22 pop top w/trailer • fair condition - Project boat • Swing Keel • Pop top • Sail Inventory: 2 mains, Jib (Marked San Juan works w/Cat 22s) and 150 Furling I think all are usable • Scupper upgrade in transom • Ablative paint on hull and keel • Never in salt water • Needs good cleaning • I know of no problems with the swing keel • No known leaks around keel pin • Comes with 2 Rudders. Usable but not perfect • Port side blemish in the gel coat • One pop top support needs to be re-bedded • Front hatch needs the frame reinstalled and sealed • Soft spot forward of hatch • Crack in cabin threshold but does not affect anything much • Cracks and crazing in the deck gelcoat that need filling • One stanchion base needs to be re-bedded • Small dent/crack in mast near stays, like pinched on one side at the spreaders. When raising the mast, one of the stays was caught and pulled the spreader forward. See photo. A pontoon boat repair guy told me that a braze could patch for about $25 • Needs halyards but I would get all new running rigging • Replace Hatch Boards or just cut a Plywood Hatch • Standing rigging, I am no judge but it worked when last used and it has been out of the elements since. • The forestay also has a quick-release lever purchased from Catalina Direct, along with quick-release pins for quicker and easier mast- raising and lowering. Those parts are, of course, stainless steel. • Will also include a sliding galley out of a 1984 Cat 22. It slides under the cockpit starboard seating when not in use. It has a faucet, sink, water fresh water holding tank, a drawer and a place for a small portable propane stove. I was going to sell it separately on ebay. They normally go from 150-200. TRAILER • Trailer in good shape, but could use some paint• Has 10 ft extension• Has surge brake system used for two trips since it was installed• Has Buddy Bearings• New load range 'C' tires were put on in Spring of 2010. 63 Miles total mileage as boat was towed from one of our rental homes to our house in Martinsville. No cracks or aging seen.• Extra duty bunks BTW: Good used trailers for sailboats are hard to come by. Have clear titles for boat and trailer. I have described everything I know about her to the best of my ability but I am no sailor. Somethings may be better and others may be worse. She is a project boat and sold as is. This is for local Pickup in Martinsville, Indiana (Just south of Indianapolis) An immediate non-refundable PayPal deposit of $200 is required upon purchase. Balance due in CASH when picked up. No checks or money orders of any kind. Pickup within 7 business days of end of listing. This is not an auction. Will be happy to answer questions Thanks for looking and your interest

1975 Catalina 22 Pop Top Project Sailboat and Trailer

$1,099

Martinsville, Indiana

Year 1975

Make Catalina

Model 22

Category Daysailer Sailboats

Length 22.0

Posted Over 1 Month

1975 Catalina 22 Pop Top Project Sailboat and Trailer The Catalina 22 is a popular sailboat produced by Catalina Yachts. Its hull measures 21 foot 6 inches (6.55 m), which is rounded up to 22 feet (6.7 m) for use in the model's name. First produced in 1968, it is one of the longest continuously produced sailboats in the world...Over 15000! Parts, videos and know-how are abound on the net 2006 last time previous owner had boat in water. I have never had boat in the water or was able to work on her. Selling because soon after buying her, a heart problem took the wind out of my sails. Thought I would sooner or later, but unfortunately I will never be able to sail her. The following is description of previous owner: '75 Catalina 22 pop top w/trailer • fair condition - Project boat • Does not include motor (One available for a separate purchase) • Swing Keel • Pop top • Has sails, usable • Scupper upgrade in transom • Ablative paint on hull and keel • Complete set of interior cushions in gold plaid pattern are in decent condition • Never in salt water • Needs good cleaning • I know of no problems with the swing keel • No known leaks around keel pin • Rudder is good, but not perfect • Port side blemish in the gel coat • One pop top support needs to be re-bedded • Front hatch needs the frame reinstalled and sealed • Small crack in cabin threshold but does not affect anything much • Some cracks and crazing in the deck gelcoat that need filling • One stanchion base needs to be re-bedded • Small dent/crack in mast near stays, like pinched on one side at the spreaders. When raising the mast, one of the stays was caught and pulled the spreader forward. It pushed into the mast, and the mast has a small crack in it of approx. one inch. A aluminum boat repair guy told me that a weld could patch for $25 • Needs halyards but I would get all new running rigging • Replace Hatch Boards or Just cut a Plywood Hatch • The forestay also has a quick-release lever purchased from Catalina Direct, along with quick-release pins for quicker and easier mast- raising and lowering. Those parts are, of course, stainless steel. TRAILER • Trailer in good shape, but could use some paint• Has 10 ft extension• Has surge brake system used for two trips since it was installed• Has Buddy Bearings• Good tread on tires• Extra duty bunks BTW: Good used trailers for sailboats are hard to come by. Have titles for boat and trailer She is a project boat and is sold as is. I will cannot entertain low balling, consider trades, or Ebayers with negative feedback. This is for local Pickup in Martinsville, Indiana, just south of Indianapolis. An immediate non-refundable PayPal deposit of $200 is required upon purchase. Balance due is to be paid within 7 business days in cash only. No checks or money orders of any kind. You may pay balance via PayPal prior to picking up the boat. This is not an auction. Will be happy to answer questions Thanks for looking

1943 41' Chapelle schooner Wooden Sailboat Restoration Project

$7,800

Boston, Massachusetts

Year 1943

Make Wood

Model -

Category -

Length 41.0

Posted Over 1 Month

1943 41' Chapelle schooner Wooden Sailboat Restoration Project. Almost completely original, including lanterns and stove. 2cylinder Fairbanks motor, sails are usable but old canvas . 8' bow spread,  Teak floors, cedar run oak and hot galvanized fasteners. I’m fairly certain that this schooner is Chapelle’s Corsair design that was featured in How to Build 20 Boats No. 9 (Fawcett Publications, 1948) and described there in detail by J.A. Emmett, who constructed the first one. Chapelle used the fishing schooners of Gloucester as his inspiration and in my opinion did a bang-up job with this scaled-down version of his. HEART’S DESIRE lies afloat in East Boston. Comes as shown. Needs work and restoration . All photos are current except the last 2. Email me with any questions or to make an appointment to see it. $1000 paypal deposit is due at close of auction balance is due with in 7 days paid by cash, Check or wire all finds must clear before pickup. Buyer is responsible for removing, there is a crane on site.

Rawson 26 Foot Sailboat

$2,625

Bellingham, Washington

Year 1965

Make Rawson 26

Model 26

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Length 26.0

Posted Over 1 Month

Rawson 26 foot sailboat: One of only 22 ever built. Hand laid fiberglass. The design is similar to the T-birds of the same era. This boat is in excellent condition for its age and has been a great boat for the family, which has now grown too large for us to comfortably sail this boat; we will be looking for something bigger. We've had it across the San Juans numerous times. It's a very stable boat and sails well; I've had it out in 25 knot winds with 4-6 foot seas across the straight more than once. The hull and exterior are in great shape and with a little TLC on the inside this boat has a lot of potential. That said, this was purchased as a restoration project and though most of the work is completed there's still a little left to do. Added a two-burner alcohol stove New Electrical system, wiring, and cabin lights New battery charger New fresh-water tank, plumbing, pump sink, and external freshwater fill New portable head Replaced berth cushion foam (need new upholstery New laminate floor (water proof) New paint on the deck and in the cockpit. Old deck fittings patched/filled before painting Pop-top need some love, but is functional. Needs new paint on the inside, but the surface has been sanded / prepped where necessary for the most part. It wouldn't take much to restore this. Needs new bottom paint, but the hull is clean. http: sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=5765 Equipment: 4 sails, all in great shape: Original main sail and spinnaker; 160 genoa; working jib. 2 jib halyards 1 main halyards 1 spinnaker down/up haul 2 3-sheet rope clutch cleats for halyards (1 port, 1 starboard) 2 3-sheet guides (1 port, 1 starboard) 2 lewmar 18 winches on deck for halyards Everything has been rigged back to the cockpit for single-handed sailing 2 recently serviced and rechromed Lewmar 26 winches with standard cleats Spinnaker mast eye traveler on track at front of mast Mainsheet traveler and track Boom traveler and track 2 adjustable cockpit cup holders :-) New 2014 mercury 9.9 outboard motor and tank (still under manufacturer's 3-year warranty) not included - listed at $1500 OBO Asking $2,625 without the motor; additional $1,500 for the motor; will consider all offers.

40' Cook Sailboat 1979

$1,000

Highlands, New Jersey

Year 1979

Make Cook

Model Mystic

Category Sailboats

Length 40.0

Posted Over 1 Month

1979 Cook Mystic Sailboat 40' with a 13'/ Beam, diesel, inboard/outboard engine. This is a Project Boat, it needs LOTS of TLC.