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1999 WAGNER 18' CC Flats Flybridge Johnson 90hp Great Condition

1999 WAGNER 18' CC Flats Flybridge Johnson 90hp Great Condition

$5,800

West Palm Beach, Florida

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Posted Over 1 Month

1999 Wagner 18' Center Console, Flybridge Tuna Tower w/Johnson 90hp low hours, great condition all around, family fun fishing boat, starts right up and runs great, great compression, hull and floor are solid, Aluminum trailer is optional $1000, $5800 or $6800 w/trailer (561)324-8353. Please go to the link below for more pictures https://www.flickr.com/photos/41237206@N05/sets/72157645475498802/ TOY DEPOT The Marine Liquidation Source 12289 Temple Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33412 (561)324-8353 http://marineliquidations.net

1975 Reliance 44 Ketch

1975 Reliance 44 Ketch

$11,500

Daytona Beach, Florida

Year 1975

Make Reliance

Model 44 Ketch

Category Sailboats

Length 44

Posted 7 Days Ago

This boat will provide many more years of pleasure on the water, she is a proven blue water boat and loves the wind.Also included, but not installed, is a Wagner hydraulic autopilot system, wind generator, data Marine system, Pure water desalination system was stolen, and Groce type k porcelain head, New in box Intex Marine vapor warning system. Tons of miscellaneous bits, pieces, equipment etc....This fine vessel should still considered a total project. She needs lots of updating to her cabin and will need to be gutted inside . Look at the photos and you can see the her condition. Stock #078742 Sold "As Is" Reliance 44 (Ketch)! Hull #4 of 45 Built / Water DAMAGE" / SOLD "AS IS" If you are in the market for a ketch, look no further than this 1975 Reliance 44 Ketch, just reduced to $11,500 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Holly Hill, Florida and is in need of lots of work. She is also equipped with a Perkins engine that has 1,201 hours. Reason for selling is no time to complete the boat.

1984 Pilgrim Pilothouse Trawler

1984 Pilgrim Pilothouse Trawler

$147,000

South Chatham, Massachusetts

Year 1984

Make Pilgrim

Model Pilothouse Trawler

Category Pilothouse Boats

Length 40'

Posted Over 1 Month

1984 Pilgrim Pilothouse Trawler Ready for comfortable extended cruising. This Pilgrim 40 is an ideal live-aboard yacht and popular Great-Loop design.  Powered efficiently by a Perkins 100 HP engine. Cruising at 6-8 kts. using only a gallon and a half of diesel, per hour. Bow thruster.  New Garmin GPS 740S touch screen Chart-plotter and HD Radar.  Wagner Autopilot. Westerbeke 6 KW generator (500 hrs). Heart Inverter and charger. Recent batteries.  Well maintained, sweetheart of a yacht. Great headroom through vessel and in forward master cabin, featuring a queen double  berth. Ample storage. New cushions, full aft cockpit surround enclosure. New water tank. New fuel tank. Professionally refinished brightwork. Air-conditioning recently installed. Pilgrim's distinctive plumb bow, gracious side walkways and rounded stern are features reminiscent of an earlier age of  pleasure boating.  Butterfly hatch, screens with slide opening salon windows provide excellent light and air throughout cabins.  Vessel has benefited from consistent, dedicated care. Inspired layout with dinette aft of helm, galley to port. Large salon midships leads to spacious cockpit area. Great areas for entertaining. Stylish, popular Ted Gozzard designed trawler built by North Castle Marine as Pilgrim hull # 8, pilothouse model. New Mercury RIB tender and 5.5 HP outboard easily hauled using stainless steel davits.  Pilgrim trawler is a perfect coastal explorer.  Manageable. Economical operation. Highly recommended.   Now is the time to start your adventure - aboard this charming and practical cruiser!   Please call for further details.

US Marine Pilot boat design launch

US Marine Pilot boat design launch

$38,000

Virginia Beach, Virginia

Year 1991

Make US Marine

Model -

Category -

Length -

Posted Over 1 Month

For sale is a rare hard to find 34' US built launch that is modeled after the famous Halmatic pilot boats that has been well maintained and is ready to go to work. This launch is very heavy built and very seaworthy. Decks are solid with no known issues or soft spots. It performs great in a head to sea with out slamming and behaves perfectly alongside ships while underway during passenger transfers. Powering this launch is a 3208T Cat that burns 12 gallons an hour at cruising speed. There is 4" D rubber completely surrounding the hull allowing for ship approach from all sides. Located in Norfolk VA for anyone wanting to see and test this vessel. You can call Gary @ 757-355-3535 during business hours for any additional info. There are many photos of this launch on our website capehenrylaunch.com under the vessels tab. Below are specifications Hull Material Fiberglass LOA 34’ L-waterline 31’9" Beam 9’3" max Draft 3’ 0" Engine Caterpillar diesel (single) Model 3208T Serial # not readable HP 320 Hours 1800 Owner provided receipts for the engine serviced by T&S Marine in Chrisfield MD. Engine was inspected, all hoses replaced and then tested and reinstalled in boat. Owner performed the installation and removal. Gear Twin Disk Model MG 507-1 Shaft 2 inch stainless steel Seal Norscot Oil bath lip seal type (new 2008) Propeller Bronze 24X24 (reworked 2008) Steering Hydraulic Helm Wagner pump / reservoir combination Ram Wagner N-40 Electrical System Voltage two 24 volt systems, one 12 volt system and one 120 volt system Charging two 100 amp delco engine driven altinators. Batteries 4ea – 8D Energizer-brand (new 2008) 12 volt power is supplied by 24/12 voltage splitter mounted on aft eng rm bulkhead. 120 volt power is provided by Heart Interface charger / inverter mounted on fwd eng room bulkhead. Navigation Equipment GPS Garmin GSPMAP 530 (new 2008) Radar Furuno 1715 2.2 KW (new 2008) Sounder Garmin 160C (new 2008) Radio Icom M422 (new 2008) Antenna Shakespeare 8’ Centennial (new 2008) Hailer Icom. (new 2008) Spot light Perko – manual (new 2008) Safety/Life saving equipment Fire fighting One 20lb co2 located outside the eng room door. (new 2008) One 10 lb dry chemical located inside the rear door. (new 2008) High Water alarm Two eng room and forward of eng rm bulkhead ((new 2008) Audible and visual at the helm station. First Aid kit Located in passenger area. (new 2008) Dewatering Pumps One Rule electric 500 gph in FWD compartment (new 2008) One Japsco 10.8 gpm electric diaphragm in eng com(new 2008) One wale type pump located on aft engine room bulkhead One hand portable type kept in forward compartment. (new 2008) Signals Four red Hand flares (new 2008) Distress Flag Air – single trumpet Life Jackets 6 – Type 1 Sterns labeled "Tyler Alan" (new 2008) Work vests 1 – Stearns labeled "Tyler Alan" (new 2008) Throw ring 1 – Life Sling system with 3-1 hoist. (new 2008) MOB recovery 1 – aft cabin mounted davit to work with Life Sling System. Fuel Shut offs 2 – located at the main operating station. Fuel Storage 1 – 192 gallon aluminum tank (under the passenger compartment). Owner advises all side windows have been renewed 2008 with marine windows from Winn industries. Owner advises new improved handrails have been fabricated and installed 2008. Coatings – Owner advises that all hull and topside coatings were renewed 2008 with Sherwin Williams Marine Industrial Epoxy finishes. Hull anti-fouling was coated with Hemple 65% copper August 2008 Performance – 16 kts at 2400 rpm (recommended cruising RPM) Passenger Seating – Bostrom 4 each (new 2008)

2017 Tiara C53 Coupe

2017 Tiara C53 Coupe

Request Price

Stevensville, Maryland

Year 2017

Make Tiara

Model C53 Coupe

Category Downeast Boats

Length 53'

Posted Over 1 Month

2017 Tiara C53 Coupe 2017 TIARA YACHTS 53 COUPE   -  NEW MODEL FOR 2017 - Debuts at the Ft. Lauderdale Boat Show November 3rd through the 7th. Call Bob Wagner for an appointment.DESIGNED TO INCREASE THE YACHTING EXPERIENCE

1983 Fishing vessel Steel Trawler

1983 Fishing vessel Steel Trawler

$350

Cape Canaveral, Florida

Year 1983

Make Fishing Vessel

Model Steel Trawler

Category Commercial Boats

Length 112'

Posted Over 1 Month

1983 Fishing vessel Steel Trawler TS-890     Price:  $350,000.    Call for more information  321-784-5982  Year: 1983 Construction & Design: Commercial Fishing Steel Vessel,  Steel  Trawler,  Twin Screw  Twin Hull Dimensions:  Length:  112     Breath:  30    Depth:  10     Engine:  2-3412 CAT,  720 HP at 1,800 rpm. Fresh Water Cooled,   Diesel Generator.  CAT 3406 365 kw    Fuel:  24,000 Gal    Water:       Gal.   Equipment   All thats necesary  Needs update, Portable extinguishers, Life raft, EPIRB, 7 Survival suits,  Signal Kit,  Life ring bouys, First Aid, SCBA.    Electronics:    Sonar:  1 MAQ KHz, 1 Wesmar HD 800, 1 simrad Fs 900, 1 Anritsu RA 771UA,  Radar:  1 Furuno 1832  1 Furuno RpU 015 with Navnet.    GPS: Northstar 952X GPS.  VHF COMMS:  1 icOM m 59, 2 iCOM m502, 2 iCOM ic m504M,   SSB Radio, Sounder / Plotter, Autopilot, Compass:  1 Ritchie 1Furuno Satellite compass,  Loud Hailer,  Boatracs, Watch Alarm, 2 Computers,  2 TVs,  Iridium phone system, globalstar phon system, simrad FU 50, 6 Flat Screen Monitors, 2 General Alarm stations, Wagner jog steering lever, 4 Caterpillar engine monitor panels, ZF Micro commander engine control units, Dytek St 1800 sea water temp unit, 1 Furuno A150 AIS, Navigation and work area lights, trumpet horn, brass bell, 12 volt battery system     Miscellaneous:  Full Galley,  Kitchen is equipped, Accommodation 18 men, Freezer System Installed, Gross Ton: 165,  Net Tonnage: 112

1989 Custom Twin station/ single engine pilot vessel

1989 Custom Twin station/ single engine pilot vessel

$210,000

Cape Canaveral, Florida

Category Commercial Boats

Length 40'

Posted Over 1 Month

1989 Custom Twin station/ single engine pilot vessel 1989 CUSTOM Twin station/ single engine pilot vessel, C-451 LENGTH: 40' BREADTH: 14' DRAFT: 4' BUILT: 1989 in Louisisana CONSTRUCTION: Marine aluminum DESIGN: Twin station/ single engine pilot vessel ENGINE: GM 8V93 Natural GEAR: Twin disc 2:1 SPEED: 17 knots ACCOMODATIONS: 5 passenger seating + 1 turnbull captain chair for helmsman FUEL: 600 gallons ELECTRONICS: (2) VHF, compass, spotlight, forward & aft. control stations MISCELLANEOUS: A/C, Wagner steering, Kobalt controls, 8-man life raft, flares, life ring, life vests

Skookum 50' Bluewater Cruiser Sailboat 1972 Full Keel

Skookum 50' Bluewater Cruiser Sailboat 1972 Full Keel

$34,000

Waianae, Hawaii

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Length 50.0

Posted Over 1 Month

Selling now to a cash buyer who knows their vessels & ocean well; not challenged to realize a rare deal buy outright and make her whatever you want. I've lowered the price to sell now. 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. Serious inquiries only. Vessel is sold as is where is, free clear title through USCG Certificate of Documentation Sale/Transfer of Vessel notary and Bill of Sale. Cash, cashier's check or bank wire transfer both for deposit 10% and purchase within 7 days of our agreement. 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; 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 2015) 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, 8 PFDs, 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 u tube channel Ocean Maverick for footage of history, underway, etc. I have other helpful links at sail boat listings and other, do ask. 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.

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.

1980 19.05m x 6m x 1.35m Steel Ex CCG Buoy Tender. PARTIAL TRADES CONSIDERED

1980 19.05m x 6m x 1.35m Steel Ex CCG Buoy Tender. PARTIAL TRADES CONSIDERED

$425,000

Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

Year -

Make -

Model -

Category -

Length -

Posted Over 1 Month

The Gull Isle and its sister ship Cove Isle were built in Kingston, Ontario in 1980. These vessels were the first of the Coast Guard "Isle Class" type 800 small navaids tender. From 1980 until 1991 the Gull Isle worked navigational aids in the Thirty Thousand Islands of Georgian Bay, operating out of Parry Sound. In the fall of 1991 the Gull Isle was transferred to Amherstburg on the Detroit River to continue much of the work that had been performed by the recently decommissioned Kenoki. Since 1992 the Gull Isle has been carrying out fixed and floating navigational aids work from southern Lake Huron to Port Weller at the Lake Ontario end of the Welland Canal. The vessels light 1.5m draft is particularly suited to the shallow waters and small craft routes of Lake St. Clair. However, the vessel is fitted with a 19.7 tonne/metre hydraulic crane allowing it to service any main shipping channel buoys in its operational area. At 20 metres long, the vessel does have limited carrying capacity and sea keeping qualities. Its complement of five, Commanding Officer, Chief Engineer and three deckhands are accommodated on board in small but efficient quarters.1980 19.05m x 6m x 1.35m Steel Ex CCG Buoy TenderBuilt by Canadian Dredge & Dock Co., Kingston, OntarioClass Voyage: Inland Waters IITaken out of service in 2010Last drydocked in 2007Length (LOA): 19.05mBreadth: 6mDepth (moulded): 1.71mDraft: 1.35mGRT: 79.78 tonsNRT: 33.34 tonsFreeboard: 1mCruising range: 2000 nautical milesEndurance: 10 daysCruising speed: 10 knotsFuel capacity: 20 m3Fresh water capacity: 6.2 m3Fuel Consumption: 0.3 m3 per day Navigation/Communication Equipment: 1 x AutoPilot - ComNav Marine 2001 1 x Digital Gyro Navigation 24V DC 1 x Compass Ritchie Binnacle 6" 1 x Compass Repeater, Anschutz Repeater 1 x Echo Sounder Skipper GDS101 Sperry Marine BridgeMaster E Radar Unit AIS: Saab AIS GPS/DGPS Units Sailor VHF/Radio Telephone/FM Units Westinghouse satelite telphone units Avo Intercom with auto-hailing to all compartments and decks Other Radio: United Security Products, security system with auto-voice/pager dialing Propulsion and Steering: 2 x Cummins NT855 Marine Engines - 189 KW each 2 x Twin Disc Transmissions - Model 4G5114SC Wagner Model 250-1300 hydraulic power steering controls Wagner Model 250-1300 steering gear Generators: 2 x CAT 304 gen sets - 63KW, 240 VAC, 60hz Deck/ Towing Equipment: 1 x HIAB Sea Crane 200 - lift capacity: 9,100 kg 1 x Manual crane arm boom with Lewmar 40 2 speed electric winch - lift capacity: 900 kg Auxillary Systems: Fuel System, Lube Oil System, Air Compressor, Cooling System Bilge System, Firefighting System, Sanitary System, Hydraulic System Domestic Water System, Accommodation HVAC System Safety Equipment: Fixed CO@ fire fighting system Portable dry chemical fire extinguishers Breathing apparatus equipment Emergency immersion suits Living Spaces / Accommodations 3 x small staterooms with sleeping accommodations for five persons Galley, mess and lavatory facilities Delivery can be arranged and is Available Worldwide

1975 Reliance 44

1975 Reliance 44

$39,900

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Year 1975

Make Reliance

Model 44

Category Sailboats

Length 44'

Posted Over 1 Month

1975 Reliance 44 Offered for your consideration is this highly capable Bluewater Cruiser. This is the reliance 44 / hull number 4 out of 45. Of the 45 built, 42 are still in existence most of which have circumnavigated. Hull number 4 has transatlantic or two under her keel. Her sleek and fast Hull was completely laid by hand, the first in a temperature and humidity controlled environment in the industry! She's laid up with a one inch end cut balsa core making her hull among the strongest and most solid in the market. Additionally you benefit from the thermal and sound deadening insulation. After one night that will be tremendously appreciated. As stated this is a fast hull, 200 mile days are not uncommon. Recent work includes Rebuild of the Perkins 4107, new rudder, rebuilt Wagner hydraulic steering, new prop, new shaft, new cutless bearings ( shaft and rudder shoe), new packing, through hulls cleaned lubed and rebedded , removal of obsolete electronics in the hull, new mast boot, rebuilt the Morris controls and new cables. New bottom paint and new top side paint. Also included but not installed is a Wagner hydraulic autopilot system, wind generator , data Marine system, Pure water desalination system, and Groce type k porcelain head, New in box Intex Marine vapor warning system. Tons of miscellaneous bits, pieces, equipment et cetera. Boat comes with 2 sets of sails in remarkable condition. The rig on this boat is strong and powerful. It features Proctor tapered masts , all stays and shrouds are 3/8 inch stainless cable and every termination has a stay lock fitting, 43 and all!!! North Sea turnbuckles couple them to the massive chain plates, Meisner self tailing wenchs, 2 x4 teak toe rails with stainless scuppers to name a few pieces of serious equipment put into this boat. This fine vessel should still considered a light project. She needs a bit of updating to her cabin. mainly paint varnish and perhaps some wall covering. I find it a bit on the dark side. Look at the photos and you can see the quality work that was put into it her salon as well as what needs to be done. the simple open layout it's perfect for live aboard, the V birth is enormous. She even has a cedar lined closet in the master suite. Look closely at the photos of this fine Bluewater Cruiser and her features and decide for yourself if this is for you. selling prices the range between 80 and $200,000. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to have a boat of this quality and size at this price. Owner is available for consultation as well as performing any work her new owner may require. Feel free to call with any questions Chris 386 868 7978

1982 Cooper 416

1982 Cooper 416

$85,000

Poulsbo, Washington

Year 1982

Make Cooper

Model 416

Category Sailboats

Length 42'

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1982 Cooper 416  PRICE REDUCED!!! This is a Beautifully remodeled 1982 Cooper 416 Pilothouse Sloop Sailboat. Powered by a Perkins 4-108 43hp Diesel Engine Rebuilt head and top end with 200 amp alternator.  Full electronics package including Furuno 25 mile range radar, depth finder/sounder, Gps, Furuno Weather fax, Vhf radio, Auto helm Wagner Autopilot, Aqua marine water maker, Heart freedom 2500 Inverter, Sigmar diesel heater. Head with Dry shower, and Bathtub. Vacu flush. Bruce and Danforth anchors with 300 feet of chain and 200' of rope. Fully sail equipped with Mainsail, Jib with Roller Furling, Spinnaker, Genoa, Self-tailing winches, and Spartite mast wedge system.

1980 19.05m x 6m x 1.35m Steel Ex CCG Buoy Tender

1980 19.05m x 6m x 1.35m Steel Ex CCG Buoy Tender

$450,000

Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

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The Gull Isle and its sister ship Cove Isle were built in Kingston, Ontario in 1980. These vessels were the first of the Coast Guard "Isle Class" type 800 small navaids tender. From 1980 until 1991 the Gull Isle worked navigational aids in the Thirty Thousand Islands of Georgian Bay, operating out of Parry Sound. In the fall of 1991 the Gull Isle was transferred to Amherstburg on the Detroit River to continue much of the work that had been performed by the recently decommissioned Kenoki. Since 1992 the Gull Isle has been carrying out fixed and floating navigational aids work from southern Lake Huron to Port Weller at the Lake Ontario end of the Welland Canal. The vessels light 1.5m draft is particularly suited to the shallow waters and small craft routes of Lake St. Clair. However, the vessel is fitted with a 19.7 tonne/metre hydraulic crane allowing it to service any main shipping channel buoys in its operational area. At 20 metres long, the vessel does have limited carrying capacity and sea keeping qualities. Its complement of five, Commanding Officer, Chief Engineer and three deckhands are accommodated on board in small but efficient quarters.1980 19.05m x 6m x 1.35m Steel Ex CCG Buoy TenderBuilt by Canadian Dredge & Dock Co., Kingston, OntarioClass Voyage: Inland Waters IITaken out of service in 2010Last drydocked in 2007Length (LOA): 19.05mBreadth: 6mDepth (moulded): 1.71mDraft: 1.35mGRT: 79.78 tonsNRT: 33.34 tonsFreeboard: 1mCruising range: 2000 nautical milesEndurance: 10 daysCruising speed: 10 knotsFuel capacity: 20 m3Fresh water capacity: 6.2 m3Fuel Consumption: 0.3 m3 per day Navigation/Communication Equipment: 1 x AutoPilot - ComNav Marine 2001 1 x Digital Gyro Navigation 24V DC 1 x Compass Ritchie Binnacle 6" 1 x Compass Repeater, Anschutz Repeater 1 x Echo Sounder Skipper GDS101 Sperry Marine BridgeMaster E Radar Unit AIS: Saab AIS GPS/DGPS Units Sailor VHF/Radio Telephone/FM Units Westinghouse satelite telphone units Avo Intercom with auto-hailing to all compartments and decks Other Radio: United Security Products, security system with auto-voice/pager dialing Propulsion and Steering: 2 x Cummins NT855 Marine Engines - 189 KW each 2 x Twin Disc Transmissions - Model 4G5114SC Wagner Model 250-1300 hydraulic power steering controls Wagner Model 250-1300 steering gear Generators: 2 x CAT 304 gen sets - 63KW, 240 VAC, 60hz Deck/ Towing Equipment: 1 x HIAB Sea Crane 200 - lift capacity: 9,100 kg 1 x Manual crane arm boom with Lewmar 40 2 speed electric winch - lift capacity: 900 kg Auxillary Systems: Fuel System, Lube Oil System, Air Compressor, Cooling System Bilge System, Firefighting System, Sanitary System, Hydraulic System Domestic Water System, Accommodation HVAC System Safety Equipment: Fixed CO@ fire fighting system Portable dry chemical fire extinguishers Breathing apparatus equipment Emergency immersion suits Living Spaces / Accommodations 3 x small staterooms with sleeping accommodations for five persons Galley, mess and lavatory facilities Delivery can be arranged and is Available Worldwide

1906 Harbor Tugboat, Tug, Wood, Original steam engine, CAT Re-powered, V12, RARE

1906 Harbor Tugboat, Tug, Wood, Original steam engine, CAT Re-powered, V12, RARE

$14,900

Anacortes, Washington

Year 1906

Make Wallace

Model Harbor

Category Tugboats

Length 77.0

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Vessel Particulars and Summary as provided on Survey conducted March 2015: Official No. 1064889 Washington Registration # WN 2304 NH Hull I.D. # 121741 Length: 77' Breadth: 16.7’ Hull Depth: 8.3’ Draft: 7' fore / 11' aft Gross Tonnage: 71 Net Tonnage: 56 Fuel Capacity: unknownPotable Water Capacity: unknown Total Horsepower: 570 Hp. Flag: USA Hailing Port: Tacoma Washington Intended Service: Recreational, Built in 1906 by Wallace Shipyard in North Vancouver British Columbia Overall Condition: GoodEstimated Current Market Value:$25,000.00New Replacement Cost: $3,575,000.00 Estimated Current Market Value after Haul Out: $67,500.00 Construction: 3” thick Vertical Grain Fir planking on sawn 8” X 12” ribs on 18” centers, with 3” thick Vertical Grain Fir ceiling, intercostals, transverse and longitudinal members for the underbody and topsides. Vertical Grain Fir and Marine Grade Plywood topside (decks, cabin sides, and cabin tops), Wood frames. AccommodationsQueen sized bed located in the focsle accessed through a hatch in the foredeck. Main cabin has the masters cabin located foreword with a centerline queen bed, a walkway running athwart ship has a head with sink and shower on the port side, access to the engine room ladder is centerline and a walkway with storage on the starboard side leading aft into the combined main salon and galley. Pilot House: The raised pilot house has clear 360 deg. visibility with a centerline helm, full engine instruments, hydraulic jog stick steering. A built in chart table against the aft bulkhead. Full engine and bilge alarm panel mounted aft to the starboard and a lighting control panel mounted aft to port. Anchoring Gear and Ground TackleOne dual cat’s-paw with capstans horizontal style hydraulic powered anchor winch. One 250 lb. Navy style anchor with unknown amount of 3/4” dia. pin link chain. Propulsion and Auxiliary SystemsMain Engine: The Marlin II is powered by a single Caterpillar™ D348, 12 cylinder turbo charged compressed air start, fresh water cooled with heat exchanger, 570 hp. diesel engine driving a Caterpillar Marine™ reverse/reduction gear by Twin Disk™ with a 5:17 to 1 ratio. No hour meter was sighted. All hoses sighted on the engine are of marine grade. The engine has full visual and audible alarm systems in the engine room and in the pilot house. The main engine was started and ran for approximately 5 minutes. It ran smooth with good oil pressure and throttle response and did not smoke. Ship’s Service GeneratorOne, Westerbeke, 12.5 KW, 110 Volt AC single phase generator. Fresh water cooled with radiator and a full sound shield. Hour meter showing 1168.0 hours. The generator was started, ran well, with good oil pressure, and did not smoke. The power was switched over from shore and the genset powered the vessel. Air Compressor and Engine: One, Simson Maxwell 4 cyl. Fresh water cooled with radiator, 12VDC electric start diesel engine driving a Quincy two cylinder Air Compressor. Engine and air compressor were run, 175 psi was built up in the two air tanks, located port and starboard in the aft of the engine room, which was used to start the main engine. The engine ran well with good oil pressure, water temperature and did not smoke. Engine Exhaust Systems: Dry type exhaust on the main, auxiliary and generator engines with insulated steel pipe sections, flex couplers and steel mufflers which exit through the stack on the main cabin top. Shafting: The Marlin II has a 4 ½” steel shaft turning an unknown size and pitch, 4 blade (reported) Nibral bronze propeller. Oil lubricated pillow block and a four bolt conventional compression type packing gland bolted to the dead wood. Fuel System: Two, independent steel fuel tanks of unknown capacity, with approximate dimensions of 67” tall (inboard side) 77” wide and 12’ long conforming to the shape of the hull, located foreword of the engine room, one on the port side and one on the starboard side, with shut-off valves at the tanks, steel piping, distribution manifold, fuel and water separating filters, flex lines at the engine and screened vents on tanks. The fuel tanks were relatively clean and no major signs of corrosion were evident. No manufacturer plates were sighted on the tanks. Both main fuel tanks appear empty. A 40 gallon (approximate) day tank is located on the cabin top mounted to the front of the stack.Ventilation Systems: Natural and mechanical type for the engine room with forced draft circulation through a 110VAC fan mounted on the main cabin top ducted to the engine room. Natural and mechanical type for personnel accommodations and pilot house with forced draft circulation through 12VDC fans or through doors, port light windows and vent openings. Engine Controls: Manual push pull cable and chain type with individual levers for throttle and reverse gear operation located centerline in the pilot house, and on the pilot house cabin top. The controls were stiff but did operate properly from both stations. Steering System: Four station hydraulic jog stick steering from the pilot house, aft deck, aft end starboard side of the main cabin top and foreword port side on top of the wheel house. The dual ram push pull hydraulic steering quadrant on the fan tail showed signs of leaking at the governing block. (*) The steel rudder post tube in the lazerette showed moderate rust corrosion. (*) The hydraulic system was not tested. Potable Water System: Two rubber bladder tanks, approximate dimensions are 48” tall (inboard side) X 48” wide by 8’ long conforming to the shape of the hull, mounted port and starboard side foreword in the lazerette of unknown capacity with shut-off valves at the tanks, plastic and copper piping, fittings and one 110VAC electric powered Flotec™ pressure unit.Marine Sewage Disposal System: One approximately 35 gallon poly black water holding tank installed starboard side aft in the engine room with deck level pump out and macerating overboard discharge pump. This system meets USCG type III regulations (33 CFR 159) as long as the valve to the overboard discharge through hull remains locked in the closed position within 3 nautical miles of shore. Navigational Aids: Full testing of all electronics was not done. All units powered up properly and appeared operational unless otherwise noted. All electronics are located in the pilot house. One, JRC™ Model: JMA 2254 Radar One, Echotec™ Model: 310MP Video Chart Plotter One, Wagner™ Model: MK IV Auto Pilot Communications One, Standard Horizon™ Model: Quest with distress function marine radiotelephone One, High Gain™ Model: High Seas 55 Pollution Control Placards: Oil Discharge Prohibited Placard (CFR 155.450): Mounted on port fuel tank in the Engine Room Garbage Discharge Placard (CFR 151.59): Mounted on galley bulkhead Required Lights and Signaling Apparatus: Red and green 10 pt. side lights properly screened; white 12 pt. stern light; one white 32 pt. anchor light. Single trumpet pneumatic horn mounted on the mast. Lights and horn were not tested for proper operation. Life Saving Gear: A Beaufort canister type USCG approved life raft with strobe was sighted on the pilot house cabin top sitting on float off brackets. The raft certification expired July of 1995. Portable Fire Fighting Apparatus: Multiple A-B-C and B-C units sighted through out the vessel ********SELLER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CANCEL LISTING SHOULD VESSEL SELL LOCALLY BEFORE AUCTION END. ALL REASONABLE OFFERS CONSIDERED.*********

1989 Blackman Billfisher

1989 Blackman Billfisher

$56,000

Carlsbad, California

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1989 Blackman Billfisher Boat is located in Carlsbad,California.Please contact the owner @ 760-438-2249 or ...I've owned this boat since 1992. (Second owner). The boat has always been trailered and fully covered. The boat has been well taken care of. Boat was re powered in 2004 with Volvo 41p diesel and new out drive. (1852hrs.) boat is on a Aros trailer. Electronics include Furuno 24 mile radar,Furuno 585 sounder, Wagner auto pilot,Taiyo direction finder, Garmin 4008 GPS/chart plotter and Icom radio. It has a micro wave oven, 12v/110v frig, 110v inverter, 5 batteries 2 engine, 3 house. Built in battery charger. Rail mount bar b que, outriggers, bow mackerel tube and rod holder, works great for casting on Marlin. Transom drop back bag, transom tuna bag, Blackman fillet table, extra set A4 props, shore power cord, full two piece cover, bridge cover. Isinglass bridge inclosure, Bimini top. I had Blackman build a high bow rail for safety casting off the bow. The boat is set up for Marlin fishing. Make: Blackman Model: Billfisher Length: 26 Dealer: BoatsFSBO.com ID: 256540 Ad provided by BoatingBay