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1983 MFG Day Sailer

$3,800

St. Petersburg, Florida

Year 1983

Make MFG

Model Day Sailer

Category Daysailer Sailboats

Length 14'

Posted Over 1 Month

1983 MFG Day Sailer   This light wait daysailor is perfect for swift easy sailing through the bay and inland waters. It's an ideal boat to learn how to sail on and it's easy to manipulate rigging lends itself to being a beginners preferred choice. The quick release of the mast makes it easy to transport and stow. The full length cover provides UV protection when the boat is stowed.

MOLDED FIBER MFG 19' Sail boat and trailer AND 6HP JOHNSON ENGINE SAILBOAT

$2,900

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Year 1979

Make MOLDED FIBER

Model -

Category -

Length 19.0

Posted Over 1 Month

MOLDED FIBER MFG 19' SAILBOAT WITH TRAILER. AND JOHNSON 6HPALL TITLE ON HANDLOCATED NEAR GODFREY AVE AND ROOSEVELT BLVD IN PHILADELPHIA PA 19124MUST COME TO PICK UP!!!EMAIL TO SCHEDULE TO LOOK AT THE SAILBOAT ITSELF. NINE ONE SEVEN SEVEN SIX SEVEN ONE EIGHT SIX ONE NO RETURNS SOLD AS IS

2010 Com-Pac Sunday Cat 17

$15,300

Wakefield, Rhode Island

Year 2010

Make Com-Pac

Model Sunday Cat 17

Category -

Length 17

Posted 2 Weeks Ago

Outboard fully serviced annually Sail is cleaned annually and is still crisp Boat washed waxed and detailed annually Bottom coated with Hydro-Coat as recommended by Mfg Keel trunk coated with Hydro-Coat as recommended Keel coated with Interlux Trilux 33 Standing and running rigging In excellent condition Boat is well maintained !! Stock #116650 - If you are in the market for a day sailboat, look no further than this 2010 Com-Pac Sunday Cat 17, priced right at $15,300 (offers encouraged). This sailboat is located in Wakefield, Rhode Island and is in mint condition. She is also equipped with a Tohatsu engine that has only 20 hours.

27Ft Sailboat, Dofour Safari

$7,500

Huron, Ohio

Year 1972

Make Dufour

Model Safari

Category Daysailer Sailboats

Length 27.0

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This is an outstanding READY TO SAIL Sloop. Length 27 Ft , beam 9.2Ft, draft 4.3 Ft. Used in fresh water on Lake Huron and on Lake Erie. There are impressive upgrades and improvements aboard this vessel. A new navy blue bimini was installed new this year and not on the pictures, but comes with boat. The power train consists of a professional factory rebuild on a Westerbeke four cylinder self-bleeding 30 HP Diesel (80 hrs.). Oil changes can be done in less than 15 minutes!. The attached drivetrain is 100% new as of 2014 as follows: Damper plate, Heavy duty adapter plate, Z-transmission, Coupler, Drive Shaft, Dripless seal, Cutlass bearing, Zinc, Engine rails and Mounts. This drive train provides superior maneuverability, smoothness, and quiet operation in any weather conditions and quickly starts in warm or cold temperatures. The rigging is in excellent condition with dual back stays, six shrouds and furling forestay. The aluminum mast features interior lines and floatation, All safety lines are new with heavy duty ¼ in ss cable and fittings. Sails consist of a nearly new 135% furling Genoa (This is a high end QUANTUM SAIL with all the bells and whistles) costing in excess of $2k. This sail is crispy and white complete with Sunbrella sun guard. The main is a fully battened Ray Leonard with double slab reefing and is in great shape (no rips or repairs) and comes with a matching Sunbrella sun cover. Lewmar winches in good working order, CSI Flexible Furler, Boomvang, Cunningham, Travel Car for main sheet,CQR 20 pound anchor and 100 feet of rope with short SS chain. 2nd Danforth lunch hook anchor, Simpson Lawrence 600 Electric windlass with capstan and deck mounted foot switches, Standard marine radio, New blue sea systems AC and DC electrical panels and all new wiring throughout, including the mast, new Moore digital sonar depth sounder, Bulkhead mounted compass and speed log. The hull is solid hand laid glass in superior condition with new Groco seacocks. The hull was awlgripped a few years back. Misc: Transom mounted SS swim ladder, solid SS bow cleats, Cabin fan, Halogen and LED interior lights, Custom dinette, New interior Cushions, Cockpit cushions (open cell foam), Electric and manual bilge pumps, plug in shore power and plug in generator wiring, SS fuel tank, Solid Brazilian cherry cabin sole, Map table with storage, Panasonic SS inverter microwave, Butane stove top burner, built in icebox and ice chest, deep sink, New Sealand toilet with new 7 gallon holding tank, and electric pump water flush, two New water storage tanks and all new water hoses and deck fittings for toilet, Hanging closet , V-bunk cabin with locking doors. This is a superior sailing boat with a very low center of gravity giving a stable ride without excessive healing. This sailboat is at its best in heavy weather. A great interior (see photos). And some other items not mentioned/pictured here. There is over twenty thousand dollars invested in this fine boat. Clear Ohio title. NOTE! The trailer shown with the boat is NOT part of this auction but is available for purchase (see details below).The trailer is a custom designed trailer and built in an iso certified mfg. facility on a Venture triaxle. It is unique in that it will transport a wide variety of both sailboats and power boats and can be changed over in under an hour with just a set of standard wrenches. Specs. are as follows; Max boat length power or sail= 32 feet, max payload=13000 lbs. keel depth up to 6 ft. The trailer has truck style heavy duty drum brakes on all three axles. It has a 7 inch high strength beam with 10 guage hot dipped galvanized cross members. If the winning bidder on the sailboat opts to buy the trailer the price would be 8,000 (firm) and paid for separate from ebay. If not, the trailer will be listed later at 9,000. The trailer has only 3500 miles and would cost 12,500 if you buy it as a new trailer.Shipping will be the responsibility of the buyer.Please see my 500+ all positive feedback, bid with confidence.

West Coast Flicka 20 Sailboat Sloop Pocket Cruiser Pacific Seacraft w/Trailer

$28,500

Los Osos, California

Year 1978

Make Flicka Pacific Seacraft

Model Flicka

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Length 20.0

Posted Over 1 Month

West Coast Flicka 20 Sloop Pocket Cruiser Pacific Seacraft w/Trailer #53 1978 Click Photos to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Description Pacific Seacraft Flicka 20"The Little Ship Who Could" Located in Central California The Flicka 20 is a world capable pocket cruising vessel that has truly been tested in many long, bluewater voyages. Bruce Bingham Design Pacific Seacraft Hull #53 1978 Fiberglass Honda 9.9 Outboard Sloop Rig Trailer included No Head-Port-Potty This little Flicka has been well taken care of and sailed with love. Docked in Morro Bay, California and sailed often. Before that she was on her trailer in Nevada and sailed infrequently on Lake Tahoe. She has sailed from San Francisco to Santa Cruz and more recentlyfrom Morro Bay to San Simeon or Port San Luis, performing brilliantly,especially in heavy seas. Trailer recently overhauled Surge type braking system New Lines, shoes, etcIncludes wheel for extending tongueEasylift mfg. (the bottom photos are from the original Flicka brochure and are not of this exact Flicka) Since Bruce Bingham published the Flicka line drawings in RUDDER in 1972, Flicka's have been built in ferrocement, wood and fiberglass. They have been rigged as a gaff cutter, masthead sloop, fractional sloop, marconi cutter, yawl, schooner, wishbone, top-sail gaff-cutter, bald-headed gaff-cutter, lateen, and Chinese Lug (Junk rig). Flickas have crossed the Atlantic, the Pacific, the Gulf of Mexico and sailed to the Sea of Cortez from California, as well as cruised the Sea of Cortez. They have cruised the Mediterranean from France to Corsica and Minorca and even crossed France by canal. There are few oceans which have not been explored by these seaworthy "little ships." Over the years, the Flicka has acquired a reputation for seaworthiness, speed under sail and bringing her crew back home from the sea. Wherever the next harbor is, the Flicka is recognized - her perky sheer, blunt bow, beautiful transom are known to all sailors. The conversation usually begins with, "Is that a Flicka? Salty looking little boat. You can go anywhere in that boat - seaworthy. The Flicka is sailed by people all over the world." "Whether the Flicka has reached over 300 because she's a beautiful and distinctive boat or because she's built to take the sea is impossible to determine. Regardless, the Flicka's popularity is a tremendous source of pride for me, not to mention the justice done to her design by Pacific Seacraft. The many many miles that I sailed in Sabrina were exciting, fulfilling, confident, enjoyable and comfortable ones. She did everything ever asked of her and did it extremely well bespeaking both the success of the Flicka design, the wisdom crafted into it's turn-of-the-century ancestors and the diligence of those in the plant which translates the Flicka into a 20th century reality. The Flicka is still my dream and my most rewarding achievement and experience." ~ Bruce P. Bingham Flicka 20 Specifications These are the hull specifications from the Pacific Seacraft Flicka. Other Flickas may vary in dimensions. Flicka 20 Sail Area These are the rig and sail dimensions for the Pacific Seacraft Flicka. Other Flickas may vary in rig and sail area from these measurements. What do I,P,J and E mean?EFoot length of mainsail from tack to clew. Distance from the tack to the black band at the end of boom, so long as the sail does not extend beyond the ban. Otherwise, use the length of the foot when outhaul is fully taut. In the event the clew of the mainsail is carried below the top of the boom where it intersects the mast (boom drop), measure E along the slop of the mainsail.IThe foretriangle height measured along the foreside of the mast from the main deck "datum" to the top of jib halyard sheave. Note: the height of the deck used as datum for this measurement shall be taken as 4% of beam above the shear line abreast of the mast.JDistance from the foreside of the mast to the point where forestay attaches to the deck or bowsprit, in a direction level with the waterline.PLuff length of mainsail from tack to head. Distance from the tack to the black band at the top of the mast, so long long as the sail does not hoist above the band. Otherwise, use the top of the main halyard sheave. Pacific Seacraft Hull Numbers All Pacific Seacraft Flickas had a factory hull number stamped on them. This is usually on the top edge of the transom. Use the tables below to find out more about your Flicka. Payment and Shipping PAYMENT TERMS: Cashier's Check SHIPPING TERMS: Pick Up Only-comes with trailer inkfrog terapeak

1964 Allied Boat Company Seabreeze

$10,000

Hayes, Virginia

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Private Seller (757) 220-0180 Photos Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Close Request Information * Name First Name * Email Telephone (optional) Best Time to Contact Anytime Morning Mid-day Evening Question/Comments (optional) Shop Safely: Protect Your Money. By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use. Contact Seller 1964 Allied Boat Company Seabreeze, 1964 Allied Seabreeze, Boat is in the early process of restoration. Owners unable to complete restoration due to ill health. Call or email for complete list of specs and what needs to be done. I.General Mfg. SpecsLOD 34-6, LWL 24-0, (Est. 26-6 @+-20 heel).Beam 10-3, Draft 3-11/7-0 (3/4 keel with C/B and keel hung rudder), dry disp. 13,400, SA: 100% Fore Triangle 260 sq. ft, Main as sloop 275, Main as Yawl, 253, Yawl Mizzen 62. Ballast 4000 lb. Keel plus 440# bronze cast C/B. SA/D 15.1 Brewer comfort index 34.1.II.Phoebe M. Specs.Est. cruising disp. 15,000, SA: 100% fore 260, roller furling main (loose foot w/o roach) 245, Mzn 62. Water-35 gal. bow tank, 30/35 gal. bilge tank, heater 6 gal; Propane-2.5 lbs. (fittings for aux. hardware store 14oz. canisters also);Holding- none, but Lectra San (Raritan) and bypass Y valve.IV.InventoryRF Mainsl- batten less and loose footed for use with Forspar EZ Furl add on mast extrusion-mid 90s.RF Genoa-140% foam luff and re-stitching in 2002- age uncertain.Mizzen-Std battens w/sail cover and lazyjacks-mid 90s (also an older mizzen). RF Staysl-furls on its own wire luff to hard point five ft. aft of the bow-age uncertain.Cruising Spinnaker, standard balloon spin, mzn staysl, all nylon in good serviceable condition.Working anchor- 25lb CQR w/rode of 100 +ft chain and then 100 ft. of 5/8 nylon. On bow roller and supported by Lofran vertical elec. windlass-both chain gypsy and rope capstan.Other anchors-45 lb. Fisherman style and 22lb. Danforth type- both in chocks on cabin top.Sail handling-Winches all self tailing- (2) sheet, (2) smaller halyd on mast (1) for mainsl furling (1) near main sheet. Also heavy turning blocks @ stern w/sheet lock-off just forward of them and lock-off for mainsl control lines. Forespar 12/22 line drive whisker pole with mast trackPressure water to galley and head, elec/engine 6 gal heater.Galley- Force 10 stove/oven-propane, Norcold 12v/110v refrigerator in icebox.Plumbing- Jabsco Marine head (2002) w/ Lectra San type I treatment system (overboard discharge) and Y valve.Electric- 12v has (1) starting and (2) Group 27 house batteries, 55 amp alt. 110v has shore power cord, automatic battery charger, two cabin outlets, built in A/C main cabin (service and new sea water pump 2003).Instruments-Standard Horizon series 45 knot, depth and wind (2001). Autohelm 4000auto pilot (older) w/remote. VHF radio.VI.EngineWesterbeke Model 30B (installed new 2000) w/58 cu. Inch-rated 27hp @3600 max RPM. Prop bronze three blade-16 (rudder aperture enlarged by previous owner). Finance this boat|Get an insurance quote|

2001 Beneteau 411

$115,000

Jersey City, New Jersey

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Private Seller (310) 902-9999 Photos Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Photo 5 Photo 6 Photo 7 Photo 8 Photo 9 Photo 10 Photo 11 Photo 12 Close Request Information * Name First Name * Email Telephone (optional) Best Time to Contact Anytime Morning Mid-day Evening Question/Comments (optional) Shop Safely: Protect Your Money. By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use. Contact Seller 2001 Beneteau 411,The Beneteau 411, Cruising World's Boat of the Year in 1989 A popular and practical layout on deck as well as her interior, making for a very comfortable 40 footer. The larger sectioned IGU makes her stiffer than her replacement models and not only a coastal or Caribbean cruiser, but a possible Passage Maker. She is in pristine condition three cabin, Pullman + two head aft cockpit layout with varnished cherry finish interior. She can easily accommodate 3+ couples with all of her great storage and comfortable interior. She is well equipped with navigation, refrigeration, freezer, dinghy, etc.LOA:418 DRAFT:57 BEAM:121 FLAG: USA WT: 18,739 lbsRIG: Sloop YEAR: 2001MFG: 2000 BALLAST: 8,500 lbsHULL & DECK: Fiberglass, Gelcoat, WhiteKEEL: cast Iron fin keel with bulbENGINES: Yanmar 4JH3E, 56 hp, inboard, diesel.CRUISING: 8 kts @ 3800 rpm FUEL: 36 gals,(1) plastic tankWATER: 145 gals (2) fiberglass tanksHOLDING: 30 gals (2) plastic tanksGALLEY & WATER SYSTEMS:(2) Jabsco manual heads (both refurbished 2012, (1) new pump)(2) Interior showersDeck shower (new 2012)Pressurized fresh water systemQuick water heater (2010) element on board, not installed6 gals. Seaward water heaterShurflow pumps, accumulator, system overhaul new pump, cross over and pressure-switch (2012)12 v. Alder Barbour fridge top opening with evaporator plate (new 2012, also new thermostat and rewired)Double stainless steel sinkForce 10 (2) burner propane stove with oven (2012) ELECTRONICS & NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT:Garmin 421 GPS chartplotter Clarion stereo with (2) speakers in cockpit (2012) and (2) speakers in salon with remote control (2012)Raymarine ST6001 autopilotRaymarine ST60 Tridata depth, speed logsStandard Horizon Eclipse VHFELECTRICAL SYSTEMS:(2) Vetus AGM house batteries (2012) (Total capacity 375 AMP/hr)12v DC & 110v AC30 amp shore power cable12V fans are fitted throughout the whole boatDelco starting battery (110 amp/hr) (2012)Victron 40 AMP battery charger (2010)Tronic 12V- 300 W portable inverter (2012)SAILS AND RIGGING:Z-Diffussion aluminum deck stepped mast (Deck cable fittings redone 2012)Wire stainless steel standing rigging with swaged studsProfurl B35M for roller furlingMainsheet traveler(2)Lewmar #48 and (2) Lewmar #40 (cabin top) self tailing winches Doyle fully battened main sailPrecision battened main sail (2013)North Sail Jennaker & Shute (2013)Stack pack with lazy jacksDoyle furling genoaRope boom vangMech & ENG DETAILS:Kanzaki KM4A1 gearbox90A alternatorRaw water sea strainerFresh water cooling systemRacor and standard fuel filters for engineFixed 3 blade bronze propeller with shaft seal (2012)Heat exchanger (2013) $115000, 3109029999 Be sure: Get a boat history report|Finance this boat|Get an insurance quote|

1964 Allied Boat Company Seabreeze

$12,995

Hayes, Virginia

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Private Seller (757) 220-0180 Photos Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Close Request Information * Name First Name * Email Telephone (optional) Best Time to Contact Anytime Morning Mid-day Evening Question/Comments (optional) Shop Safely: Protect Your Money. By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use. Contact Seller 1964 Allied Boat Company Seabreeze, 1964 Allied Seabreeze, Boat is in the early process of restoration. Owners unable to complete restoration due to ill health. Call or email for complete list of specs and what needs to be done. I.General Mfg. SpecsLOD 34-6, LWL 24-0, (Est. 26-6 @+-20 heel).Beam 10-3, Draft 3-11/7-0 (3/4 keel with C/B and keel hung rudder), dry disp. 13,400, SA: 100% Fore Triangle 260 sq. ft, Main as sloop 275, Main as Yawl, 253, Yawl Mizzen 62. Ballast 4000 lb. Keel plus 440# bronze cast C/B. SA/D 15.1 Brewer comfort index 34.1.II.Phoebe M. Specs.Est. cruising disp. 15,000, SA: 100% fore 260, roller furling main (loose foot w/o roach) 245, Mzn 62. Water-35 gal. bow tank, 30/35 gal. bilge tank, heater 6 gal; Propane-2.5 lbs. (fittings for aux. hardware store 14oz. canisters also);Holding- none, but Lectra San (Raritan) and bypass Y valve.IV.InventoryRF Mainsl- batten less and loose footed for use with Forspar EZ Furl add on mast extrusion-mid 90s.RF Genoa-140% foam luff and re-stitching in 2002- age uncertain.Mizzen-Std battens w/sail cover and lazyjacks-mid 90s (also an older mizzen). RF Staysl-furls on its own wire luff to hard point five ft. aft of the bow-age uncertain.Cruising Spinnaker, standard balloon spin, mzn staysl, all nylon in good serviceable condition.Working anchor- 25lb CQR w/rode of 100 +ft chain and then 100 ft. of 5/8 nylon. On bow roller and supported by Lofran vertical elec. windlass-both chain gypsy and rope capstan.Other anchors-45 lb. Fisherman style and 22lb. Danforth type- both in chocks on cabin top.Sail handling-Winches all self tailing- (2) sheet, (2) smaller halyd on mast (1) for mainsl furling (1) near main sheet. Also heavy turning blocks @ stern w/sheet lock-off just forward of them and lock-off for mainsl control lines. Forespar 12/22 line drive whisker pole with mast trackPressure water to galley and head, elec/engine 6 gal heater.Galley- Force 10 stove/oven-propane, Norcold 12v/110v refrigerator in icebox.Plumbing- Jabsco Marine head (2002) w/ Lectra San type I treatment system (overboard discharge) and Y valve.Electric- 12v has (1) starting and (2) Group 27 house batteries, 55 amp alt. 110v has shore power cord, automatic battery charger, two cabin outlets, built in A/C main cabin (service and new sea water pump 2003).Instruments-Standard Horizon series 45 knot, depth and wind (2001). Autohelm 4000auto pilot (older) w/remote. VHF radio.VI.EngineWesterbeke Model 30B (installed new 2000) w/58 cu. Inch-rated 27hp @3600 max RPM. Prop bronze three blade-16 (rudder aperture enlarged by previous owner). Finance this boat|Get an insurance quote|

2007 L & H Boats Center Console

$369,000

Rye, New Hampshire

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Private Seller (603) 234-5931 Photos Close Request Information * Name First Name * Email Telephone (optional) Best Time to Contact Anytime Morning Mid-day Evening Question/Comments (optional) Shop Safely: Protect Your Money. By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use. Contact Seller 2007 L & H Boats Center Console, If your in the market for an awesome custom built fishing machine this one owner, well maintained walk-a-round L&H is a must see! The AMBUSH is located in NH and is ready to fish for blue-fin tuna or sail fishing in FL. She was built under the watchful eye of its current owner with all the necessary options needed to go off shore fishing for the big ones! This is the second L&H owned by its current owner. The first one was purchased used and that boat was enjoyed to a point that a new one was ordered & built to incorporate all the amenities not found in the first one. Large refrigerated, macerated,in the deck fish box, refrigerated transom box also plumbed for a secondary live well, In the deck primary live well also macerated. Huge working cockpit with 16 swivel rod holders lining the gunwale from bow to stern. Boat is painted in Alwgrip, Sea Foam Green hull and Snow White top sides. High Sea's marlin tower with all the same electronics as the lower station. 10" Furuno NavNet vx2 w/64 mile radar. Two 7" NavNet displays, (one in overhead & one in tower), Furuno autopilot W/2nd operating head in tower, Furuno RD-30 display, Two Standard Horrizon VHF radios w/DSC, ACR spotlight on hardtop W/2 operating control heads (lower station & tower), Trolling valves electronically controlled at either helm. Fish without compromise from either helm. Rupp outriggers, built in bird-sol teaser reals & more! Air conditioned cabin comfortable sleeps two, microwave oven, galley sink, insta-hot boiling water tap, macerator head with electro-scan overboard facility, lots of storage under bunks as well as under long benches on bridge. Overhead rod storage systems professionally installed in v-berth as well as overhead (underneath hardtop) on bridge. Incredible lighted engine room finished in Awlgrip Snow White. Two engine room access points, One 3X3 hatch w/built-in ladder for short term engine room checks or the large hydraulically operated hatch for complete access from the cockpit for the larger maintenance jobs. The bridge also has a large refrigerated drink/lunch box that keeps the drinks cold! Please click on additional details for more detailed information. LOA: 33' L&H Year: 2007 Beam: 12'2" Mfg: L&H Type: Center console Sport Fisherman Draft: Min 3' Speed: 30 knots @2700 rpm / 35 knots max @ 3150 rpm Location: New Hampshire, United States Hull Mtrl: Fiberglass Hull Cnfg.: Modified V-Hull Top: Hardtop W/Tower Speed: 30 knots @2700 rpm / 35 knotsDeck Mtrl: Fiberglass Engines: Twin Cummins Engines Year: 2007 Type: QSB common-rail Hours: 1500 hrs.Range: 250 to 300 kt. miles, at cruise speed Fuel Cap: 330 g (1249 l)Water Cap: 70 g (265 l) Holding Tank: Staterooms: 1 Flag: USA Location: New Hampshire Heads: 1 Berths: 2 $369000, 6032345931 Be sure: Get a boat history report|Finance this boat|Get an insurance quote|