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Morro Bay, California
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Garden Ketch 42ft yacht, wood hull, mast and booms, Ketch standing rig, full set of sails, block and tackle, Detroit diesel 353, velvet drive gear, windless wench,3anchors, just hulled out, new paint, zincs and prop. Morro Bay Harbor mooring.
Punta Gorda, Florida
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Up for grabs is my 14' AMF Alcort Sunfish Sailboat. I'm not sure, but I think its a 1979. It needs some TLC and ive run out of time. Has mast and booms. Has a sail that has been patched and probably should be replaced as there are some small holes in it. A brand new sail can be purchased here on Ebay for around $150. Hull has ome stress cracks on the top, but very solid underneath and does not leak. I think all the rigging is there, but I am not sure as I don't know much about these little guys. A great project or starter sailboat! Please check the pictures carefully as you are getting exactly what is in the photos. I do have a trailer that the boat fits on available separately. Comes with the dolly you see. Delivery is available for a fee. Email me or call me with any questions, 941-204-4196. $100 deposit due immediately, balance/pickup due within 7 days unless other arrangements are made Thanks
West Lafayette, Indiana
This is a Sunfish sailboat 14' with trailer. The boat is from 1972. A clear title comes with the trailer. It has a new wheel, tire and hitch with 1 7/8" socket. The sail is in good condition and has the emblem of the black sunfish on it. The two aluminum booms are both there, however the main mast is missing. It has some cosmetic scratches around the seating area, which can be filled in. Pictures of the rudder and the back of the boat show the metal hooks to attach the rudder, which is made of mahogany wood and aluminum. Though I have sailed this boat for many years, but not lately, I forgot how to attach it. The tiller does not have the extension, but it can be easily added. The sail is complete with aluminum booms and pulleys etc. The dagger board is included, as well as an extra paddle. Will Ship Worldwide.
Category Cruiser Motorcycles
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ISLAND PACKETCUTTER / SLOOP RIG 26 MK I 26' LOD, with Bow Sprit 30' LOA. 24'1" LWL, 10'6" Beam. Swing Center Board 2'4" up 5'6" down. Main 195 S.F., 100% F.T. , 207 S.F., Total 402 S.F., Displacement 8000 lbs, Ballast 2750, Berths 5, Head, Galley, Headroom 6', Huge Companionway with Giant Hatch, Fuel 18gal, Fresh Water 30gal.Full Records Since New with Original Bill of Sale, Master Carpenters Certificate, All Service and Owners Manuals, Drawings, Exploded detailed Drawings, Receipts etc...Cockpit rivals that of 40 footers,.She has the comfort and feel of a much larger vessel with an 8000lb displacement and 10'6" beam. YSM12G Yanmar Diesel, Lewmar Self Tailing Ocean winches, Lewmar Ocean hatch, Room for 8 to 10 people in cockpit, vast Storage etc... Two owner fresh water boat. Many upgrades. Interlux barrier coat and Micron bottom paint 2009. Beautiful and Completely Re-upholstered interior 2012. Lowrance electronics 2009. CDI Roller furler, Doyle Stack and pack / Happy Jacks main, Newer Running rigging 2010 or newer, Ray Marine Wheel Pilot, (NOT INSTALLED) YARD Trailer, etc...Completely equipped and ready to sail.She was custom built by Island Packet for the Eckrich Meats family. She was Sailed on lake Wawasee in Indiana (a small fresh water inland lake) from 1981 to 2008 were she had an easy life on an small Inland Lake. She was professionally maintained and kept indoors for winters while there. I bought her in 2008 and I have sailed her on the Western end of Lake Erie. I have made many upgrades and have provided covered winter storage and excellent maintenance. I'm selling due to an illness. I've sailed her every year but one since I purchased her. She's a beautiful boat with Traditional lines and sails exceptionally well and stable. She's had an easy life and it shows. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have.ADDITIONAL INFORMATION;From top to bottomWindex with LightAnodized Aluminum Mast, Booms, Spars and SpeadersLED Anchor LightStanding rigging is heavy duty Stainless and is in excellent conditionNewer Steaming Light with built-in Deck LightMainsail; DOYLE STACK AND PACK crisp and at 90% conditionJSI 130% JIB Headsail excellent condition crisp and at 85 - 90%CDI roller Furl in excellent conditionSTAY SAIL with roller furl and club boom crisp excellent condition 90%Beautiful & colorful Drifter/Spinnaker excellent condition 80 - 90%NO repairs to sails, all are in excellent condition.I have replaced all running rigging in the last few years.In the cockpit;Binnacle with Built-In Cockpit Table and StorageGIANT Port and Starboard seat Stowage LockersAll control lines run to cockpit for easy and comfortable sailing New in 2010 Lewmar 16st single speed self tailing winches, Like New cond.Large stainless railing around entire stern with Double LifelinesTeak Wheel Steering through stern for added safetyHigh quality Cockpit cushions in very good conditionFull traveler with oversized main sheet control line and oversized bock and tackle CamLOWRANCE High Definition HDS7 GPS CHARTPLOTER with High Definition Sonar Depth and Super-Sensitive 16 Channel GPS Antenna. Customizable Advanced Networking capabilities. NMEA/SeatalkPyle AM/FM/CD/MP3/USB/SD card, Multi media patch Stereo w/remotePoly Planer Water Proof Marine SpeakersUniden Atlantis 250 handheld Marine RadioGuzzler manual bilge pump, rebuilt 2010 and auto bilge pumpAlso comes with older boom tent/canopy, good conditionNot Installed, RAYMARIE Autohelm ST4000 Wheeldrive Autopilot NMEA/seatalkMorse Marine Engine Controls2 Huge Sole Hatches for Full Access and MoreFore Deck;Bow Sprit with Large Stainless RailingsLarge Lewmar HatchThrough Hull Deck Pipe Rode and Chain LockerCQR style anchor with chain and 200' of 3/4" rode 2011S/S Chainplates, and StemheadDecks;Stainless Bow, Stern and Stanchions, Double vinyl coat lifelinesTwo Cockpit Scuppers in Covered Sump6 opening Lexan ports w/ screensForedeck Cowl vent with water trap4 mooring cleats 2 chocks2 spring line cleatsGenoa Track w/ cars and blocksTeak cap rail, deck and cockpit trimIn The Cabin;Extra Wide Vee Birth with Stowage and water tank underHead with Porta-Potty and Large Cedar lined Locker, Shelf and Operational PortholePort Side Single Settee with Stowage lockers behind and belowStarboard Side Settee Pulls out to Full 2 Person Double Birth Stowage lockers behind and belowInterior Unit and Bulkheads Heavily Fiberglassed to HullOiled Teak Bulkheads Cabinetry and TrimMain Cabin Bulkhead mounted folding table with storage and racksTeak Cabin SoleForepeak Chain LockerAll new commercial Marine Upholstery and foam 2012Solid Teak Companionway StepsGalley;Large 10 cubic feet ice boxDeep Stainless Sink20 cubic feet dry stowage lockerFolding counter extensionFlush mount cutting board in place of range. Easily changeable to rangeLift out trash binMechanicals;Yanmar YSM12G 12 HP diesel with reduction gear transmission1" diameter Selloy S/S Prop shaft3 Blade PropBronze Shaft Log with Cutlass bearingNon-corrosive muffler and exhaust systemIntake Seawater StrainerFuel Filter18 Gallon Aluminum Marine Fuel Tank2 Heavy Duty Interstate Deep Cycle Batteries 2013 & 20114 way Master Battery SwitchMaster Electric Panel with battery test and breakers30 Gallon Fresh water tankBronze Through-hulls and gate valvesUnderwater Metals electrically Bonded Finally; There is much more to this Island Packet than I have listed.She is fully ready to rig and sail today.She could use a detail after winter.As I said in the start of my listing, I'm selling due to health reasons only.She's a beautiful well maintained, well equipped vessel.I wasn't able to detail her before she was laidup for the winter, so she could use a good detail.She was however winterized properly. All fuel drained and refilledwith fresh and stabilizer, oil drained and refilled, engine and strainer drainedand refilled with antifreeze, bilge cleaned, all lockers opened and cushions stood up,batteries on float charge, electronics removed etc....Comes with a great Roadrunner yard trailer. I use it to haul the boat the 12 miles between my home and the marina. It does a great job. However, If you're wanting to transport the boat a long distance on this trailer (over the road) it will need to be upgraded to a heavier weight capacity. I called Tri County Wheel & Tire in Northwood, OH. & Loadmaster Trailers in Port Clinton, OH. The price for 2 new 6000lbs complete axles with brakes, springs, complete hanger kit and 4 new tires and rims would be $1700 to $2000. plus installation about $400 then you would have a near new over the Road Trailer.If you don't need a Trailer at all, then I'll reduce the price of the boat $1500.00.
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Interior upgrade in 2007; 3 cabin arrangement and large U-shaped galley; private master cabin with centerline queen berth and private head; private v-berth with hanging locker and head; teak interior and cabin sole; louvered doors on lockers; clean and bright overhead; two showers and 3 hanging lockers; dressers for folded clothes storage. New Helm, 3 winches rebuilt, new exterior chainplate, all running rigging replaced, all teak stripped and refinished, new bilge pump, new hot water heater, new vhf and antennanew engine lift pump, water pump, raw water pump, belts and alternator. Many other new items, repairs and repalcements, recent hull survey completed in May 2012.Very safe and comfortable sailboat. Easily sleeps 5 and is legally registered to have charters for up to six persons. Gusto" Is an incredibly well founded safe and comfortable vessel. She has made trips from Boston to Central America and back several times. She is a full keel vessel that offers a high degree of stability and comfort in any seas The below is my last survey May 30, 2012 Yacht Survey and Condition Report At the request of Mr. Peter M Licnikas the undersigned surveyor conducted a condition and valuation survey of the yacht “GUST-O” a 1978 48 ft Mermaid Ketch sailboat as it lay on jack stands at Yankee Landing Marina Merrimac St, Newburyport, Ma 01951. Name: GUST-O Year: 1978 Builder: Pali Shiang Taipei Hsien, Taiwan Model: Mermaid 42 Ketch Documented: 624951 Hull ID: TAC420251278 Dimensions: LOA 48' LOD 42' Beam 12’2” Draft 6’3” Displacement: 14 net tons Type: Sail Intended Use: Pleasure Hull Graphics and Color: White hull, green bottom Estimated present Value: $71,200.00 Estimated replacement value $245.000.00 Scope of Survey: The purpose of this survey was to estimate the current market value and marine risk evaluation. The survey of this vessel is based solely on careful visual and non-destructive inspection of all accessible portions of its structure and available equipment. Complete inspection can only be made by removal of soles, decking, headliners, ceiling or hull lining, tanks, and joiner work. Complete inspection of machinery, auxiliaries, piping, tanks, systems, electrical wiring, electrical and electronic equipment can only be made by continued operation or by disassembly. This would be damaging in nature and prohibitively time consuming, and therefore was not done. This vessel was surveyed while in lay up at Yankee Landing Marina, Merrimac St. Newburyport, Ma 01951. I visually inspected all sections of the vessel and its equipment detailed in this report. General Description: This hull is a reinforced fiberglass molding hand laid up using alternate layers of mat and woven roven with polyester resin. It is stiffened with web floors, bulkheads and joinery flanges. The hull design incorporates a molded lead filled keel and rudder for ballast. The hull is heavily built and is rigged as a Ketch designed for sail with a 45’ main mast, and 25’ mizzen mast. Bottom: Underwater surfaces were smooth and fair with no signs of damage or recent groundings. The bottom paint was in fair condition. I sounded the entire hull with a phenolic hammer and found no voids, blisters or delamination. I also placed an Electro-physics moisture meter on the hull and found it to be in the acceptable dry range with readings of 15 and less. Through hull fittings were all bronze and appeared original and in good condition, however none were removed for inspection. I observed several through hull fittings that were plugged or partially blocked by barnacles and growth. I recommend the fittings be cored out. The keel is lead filled for ballast rated 9400lbs. The propeller shaft is a 1” in diameter stainless steel supported with a rubber stern bearing with an external housing, all in good condition. I placed a target on the shaft and rotated it. The shaft tracked true within visual tolerances. The rudder is supported at the top with a 1.5” bronze shaft. The shaft and bearings turned smoothly with no signs of wear. Boot top up was white epoxy paint. The paint was in overall good condition with only minor scuffs. I observed one deep scratch on the starboard side that I recommend be repaired to prevent moisture intrusion into the underlying fiberglass. Topsides: Topside teak wood has been removed and replaced with fiberglass with non skid. The topsides were in good condition solid with no signs of moisture or rot. Cabin ventilation is through four Lexan covered 24”X24” teak hatches and four brass 6” air scoops. The life rail was rubber coated stainless steel cable with stainless steel stanchions. All stanchions were well secured and solid. All cleats were stainless and wood in good condition well bedded and solid. The rub rail is teak in good condition. Tanks: The two fuel tanks were rectangle in shape located under the cabin sole. The tanks were aluminum and well secured with proper fill and vents and rated at a total of 88 gallons. Water tanks were rectangle in shape and located under the cockpit sole. The tanks were well secured and fitted with proper vents and fill. The tanks were rated at 110 gallons. Spars & Rigging: Masts and booms are constructed of wood and appeared straight and in good condition. Both masts were rigged with no stretch stainless steel cable and turnbuckles. All rigging was in good condition well secured to the hull and properly tightened. The masts were in need of new paint. Hull Interior: Below decks I removed loose floorboards, opened lockers, and removed drawers for the best inspection of the hull interior and bilge area. I found all bulkheads to be secure with no signs of stress or damage, and the bilges to be in need of a minor cleaning. The interior was finished in custom teak in good condition, and consisted of a V berth forward with full head and shower. To the rear was a salon area consisting of a bench seat on the starboard side and a dinette on the port side. To the rear of the dinette was a galley consisting of a 4 burner natural gas stove with oven, ice box, and double stainless steel sink. The starboard side contained a large chart table with electrical panel. To the rear was a second full head on the starboard side and large master stateroom with queen size bunk. Bilges where sited were generally clean. Bilge pumping was with one super gulper manual pump in the galley. Along with a 12v rule 1500 main pump, and a rule 1000 backup. Steering on board is a pedestal center post with a 3’6” wheel turning a Sea Star hydraulic system rated at 1000 psi. Electrical: The vessels electrical supply is both 120ac powered by a shore power cord only, and 12v. The shore power only powers several outlets. All AC outlets were GFI protected except the outlet near the chart table. I recommend that outlet be changed to a GFI outlet in accordance with ABYC recommended practices. The 12v system not powered up at this time. The 12v wiring was well run, secured, and appropriately sized with a breaker panel and battery selector switch mounted above the chart table in accordance with ABYC recommended practices. The 12 v system was powered with three 800 amp combination starting/house batteries and one 1200 amp and 1000 amp dedicated house batteries. All batteries were in acid proof boxes and well secured located under the aft bunk. Fire Protection: Fire extinguishers consisted of four BC size I. Propulsion Machinery: The yacht power is from a 1978 Perkins 4108 diesel rated at 80 hp. The engine has a 60 amp alternator for charging the starting and house batteries. Engine compartment ventilation was through two 3” intake and exhaust. Engine mounts bolt to steel I beam beds with no apparent signs of movement. Fuel lines are copper hose in good condition. Engine seawater intake is through a bronze ball valve with sea strainer. Engine exhaust is direct to the transom through rubber hose. Fuel filtering is with a Racor filter/water separator in good working order. Lube oil was clean and filled to the proper level. Engine was not running at this time due to winter layup. Engine controls were mounted in the rear cockpit with a single throttle/shift lever with push pull cables. The cables functioned smoothly and were in good working order. THERE IS NO WARRANTY GIVEN OR IMPLIED FOR THE FUTURE USE OR LIFE OF THE ENGINE DESCRIBED HEREIN. Ground Tackle: Ground tackle on board consists of a 40 lb plow type anchor with a good lead of chain and of 5/8” nylon anchor rode. Sail Inventory: 1 mizzen sail 1 mainsail 1 130 jenoa Electronic & Navigation Equipment: Garmin 3210 Plotter/sonar/weather Standard Horizon digital depth sounder Cobra Marine VHF radio Sony Am/Fm/Cassette stereo 1 Ritchie compass Safety Gear: 4 12 gauge Arial flares 8 Type I adult life vests 1 Type V throw ring 3 Type III adult life vests Horn/bell/whistle Conclusion: Overall this vessel appeared very well maintained and in good condition for its age and class. As seen, this vessel would be a considered a suitable marine risk for its intended use of inland, bay, and near costal operation provided all (*) recommendations are complied with, and all U.S. Coast Guard safety equipment is properly fitted. The estimated value was based on the average selling price of vessels of this size, type, construction, condition, and age, with all equipment and accessories observed aboard. This value is based on personal knowledge and experience with the present sales market, along with listings on the internet, references, resources, and publications available to this surveyor, and is represented as our best opinion with available information. This survey has been prepared and submitted in good faith. It is understood and agreed that the services rendered by Capt. Craig Poirier Master marine surveyor as the attending surveyor, were performed to the best of our ability. Any reports furnished either oral or in writing, are accepted as our opinion and best judgment. They are not in any way intended as a representation or warranty as to the condition of the vessel or any of its parts. It is further understood and agreed that the attending surveyors of record will not be responsible for any loss or damage direct or consequential arising out of the condition of the vessel, or by any error or omission on our behalf as surveyors. This document is for the sole use of the person contracting for and named in this survey. Payment and/or use of this survey report constitute acceptance of these conditions. This report is based on over 30 years of Marine experience and membership with US Surveyors Association (MMA Master Marine Surveyor), Association of Certified Marine Surveyors (CMS Certified Marine Surveyor), International Association of Marine Investigators (CMI Certified Marine Investigator), and USCG licensed 100 ton Master Mariner. Member ABYC. All surveys done to ABYC and NFPA codes.
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A beautiful sailing yacht is ready for a new owner! This a large Bluewater vessel built in the Formosa yard and designed by William Garden. She is a "Center Cockpit Staysail Ketch" The boat is complete and in very good overall condition and well equipped. Master stateroom aft with Queen berth and full head. Second cabin forward, also with a full head. You will see in the picture, that all interior doors and storage drawers have been removed, but these are all labeled(there were 67!!!) and in enclosed storage. The doors to the cabins all have very intricate carvings, etc. You will see some of the other interior carvings in a few of the pictures. The yacht has had nearly all of the wiring and plumbing pulled out, and bilges painted, ready for new wiring and plumbing. All thru-hulls and seacocks have been changed to Forespar Marelon. The entire propulsion system has been gone through and is ready to go. She has an 85 HP inboard Diesel and professionally rebuilt transmission with "0" hours. Engine has been regularly run with fresh water hooked up. Shaft and prop in excellent shape. All masts, boom and rigging were replaced 8 years ago. The masts and booms are aluminum Isomat Spars. Pretty much the top of the line money can buy. Twin headsail furling systems are Pro-Furl Titanium and inner staysail is on a self tacking boom. Cost for all of this was over $100,000. Yacht has a full compliment of winches, nearly all are self-tailing. A heavy duty traveler and stout boom arch to manage the mainsail boom. Headsails and mainsail are in very good shape and have UV covers. Mizzen sail and cover will need repair or replacement. The rudder needs one pintle and gudgeon installed, which I already have, and the old one has already been removed. There is also one chainplate for the rigging that needs installed, and I have that as well. There has also been a fiberglass repair on the Port side, professionally done by the boatyard, which you can see in the picture. It just needs a bit of finish sanding and repainting, either by itself, or with the entire hull. It is structurally complete, just cosmetic at this point, so NOT required to put the boat in the water. Repair done with West System Epoxy and Biaxial Mat and Cloth. The boatyard is capable of doing most all of the work mentioned above. This will be a great yacht for someone to finish up. I have just run out of time and energy, but will help facilitate work here in the Keys, if that is required by the buyer. Essentially she could be put in the water and motored once the rudder fitting is replaced, if you wanted to take her to another yard to complete the work. Much of the work, could also be completed in the water. I'm working on getting the rudder fitting installed, so they may be done before the end of the auction. These were primarily built as Custom Bluewater Yachts for discerning owners with all work essentially being done by hand, including the very heavy fiberglass hull. The interior is absolutely stunning. Probably the best I've seen on any yacht, in ANY price range. All solid teak and completely crafted by hand for each vessel built. The specs for the yacht are available along with William Garden's other famous designs, including the Formosa 51(the boat from Captain Ron!), Vagabond 47 and many others, at the website sailboat data dot com Please let me know if there are any questions I can answer, as I know the boat extremely well. I've been through every nook and cranny. Someone will get the benefit of nearly $200,000 invested to get the boat to this point, and have mostly sweat equity to finish her up. thanks for your interest