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1956 William Garden 45 Yawl

1956 William Garden 45 Yawl

$45,000

Gardena, California

Year 1956

Make William Garden

Model 45 Yawl

Category Yawls

Length 45

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This multiple wooden boat owner is interested in all offers. The work remaining on the boat is principally cosmetic. The hull has been faired with long boards. There is a a full complement of sails, cushions etc. The water and fuel tanks have been removed of course, but all are intact. There was a leak in one of the fuel tanks that remains to be repaired. This is a one of a kind classic yawl designed by the world famous William Garden. Her restoration and cold molding was performed to the highest standards and she is ready for her next owner to steward her through the remaining work. This double ended yawl will turn heads everywhere she sails! The center cockpit and aft cabin offer private accommodations, and her narrow beam and double ended design afford exciting sailing characteristics and elegant aesthetics. Stock #005752 Rare, one of a kind William Garden Custom Yawl If you are in the market for a yawl, look no further than this 1956 William Garden 45 Yawl, just reduced to $45,000 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Gardena, Ca 90248 - Chang, California and is in need of some work.

1963 William Garden Aft Cabin

1963 William Garden Aft Cabin

$79,900

Poulsbo, Washington

Year 1963

Make William Garden

Model Aft Cabin

Category -

Length 46'

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1963 William Garden Aft Cabin The design brief to Willliam Garden: a large, protected center cockpit, the ability to see outside from the salon and galley, eight plus knots of speed under power, a separate aft cabin for the kids, and a beautiful, seakindly hull. She is built by Vic Franck of Port Orford Cedar on bent oak frames with Everlast fasteners. To minimize maintenance, her decks are fiberglass/epoxy over marine grade plywood which is fastened with bronze screws to the frames. All interior spaces are painted white and present a clean, light environment. The cockpit and deckhouse are trimmed with varnished Honduran mahogany. To further enhance the sheltered cockpit, a hard dodger/windshield was installed in 1999 by Jesperson?s Boatworks in Sydney. The 100hp Perkins engine plus ample fuel and water tankage will allow her to cruise forever. Owner motivated, bring all offers!

1963 William Garden Center Cockpit

1963 William Garden Center Cockpit

$94,950

Poulsbo, Washington

Year 1963

Make William Garden

Model Center Cockpit

Category Sailboats

Length 46'

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1963 William Garden Center Cockpit The design brief to Willliam Garden: a large, protected center cockpit, the ability to see outside from the salon and galley, eight plus knots of speed under power, a separate aft cabin for the kids, and a beautiful, seakindly hull. She is built by Vic Franck of Port Orford Cedar on bent oak frames with Everlast fasteners. To minimize maintenance, her decks are fiberglass/epoxy over marine grade plywood which is fastened with bronze screws to the frames. All interior spaces are painted white and present a clean, light environment. The cockpit and deckhouse are trimmed with varnished Honduran mahogany. To further enhance the sheltered cockpit, a hard dodger/windshield was installed in 1999 by Jesperson?s Boatworks in Sydney. The 100hp Perkins engine plus ample fuel and water tankage will allow her to cruise forever. Owner motivated, bring all offers!

42' William Garden Mermaid

42' William Garden Mermaid

$95,000

Poulsbo, Washington

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1982 Center Cockpit William Garden Ketch, in very nice condition, original (never sanded beautiful teak decks). Kept under her full winter cover, when not underway. Make an appointment to see this Legendary Design today.

1964 WILLIAM GARDEN

1964 WILLIAM GARDEN

$699,995

Bronx, New York

Year 1964

Make -

Model -

Category -

Length 67'

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1964 William Garden Superb 67' William Garden KetchMORE PHOTOS AND DETAILS COMING SOONThis is truly a one-of-a-kind yacht with exemplary level of care that shows in every aspect of her construction, fittings and details. Built in 1964, she's Impossible to duplicate today, built with Singapore 3" teak 3"  from 300 year-old trees, then aged in mud for 20 years. The wood is on Iroko (ironwood frames). The teak is not susceptible to worms or rot.  It is stronger and requires less maintenance than aluminum, steel or fiberglass.67 feet on deck and 83 feet overall, Raffles Light is a magnificent sailing yacht, a wonderful experience under sail or at anchor.She draws just 5 FEET board up, and 12 board down, making her very cruise friendly, yet a capable sailor as required. Her current owner authored the "Free Cruising Guides" completing all of the guides while aboard, which are now a staple for cruisers world-wide. Some additional details:Sails are new by Ullman 2014: main, Genoa, staysail and mizzen.  Boat also has drifter and mizzen staysail. Engine is 283 HP Cummins diesel installed 5 years ago with 2000 hours.  Diesel is 1050 gallons in two black iron tanks, water in Monel stainless 500 gallons Boat can do 8 knots at 3 gallons per hour.12KW Gen set is Onan/Cummings installed new in 2014 and has less than 10 hours.Water maker is Echo and produces 60 GPH....6 years old.12 & 24 volt systems.  All batteries, Surrette new in 2014Charles Battery chargers new in 2014 and 24 volt inverter (tripplite new in 2014)Center cockpit custom enclosure completely new in 2014In 2015, boat was completely sprayed in two part enamel white in all cabins. Refrigeration systems in two boxes new by Frigiboat.Boat carries over $30,000 in spare parts All electronics by Raymarine including new I70 gauges. Gross weight 58 tonsNet weight 45 tons 2 dinghys...both new 2014/5 with two new Tohatsu engines   5 & 30 hpAll standing and running rigging 5 years old.Custom teak swim platform at cost of $25,000 USAll staunchions and rails changed to stainless steel 6 years old. Current owner has had boat 20 years and vessel has been upgraded and refit; appears in all ways as brand new. US documentation with special provision to allow for charter.  Boat has never been charter

41' Formosa 41 William Garden Ketch

41' Formosa 41 William Garden Ketch

$59,900

Gig Harbor, Washington

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Bill Garden designed ketch rigged sailboat. This boat has been completely rebuilt from the "decks up" (new cabin house). This boat was re-engineered with greater materials and better construction methods (cabin sides are solid 1 1/4" mahogany) to achieve more strength and water-tight construction. Few have been rebuilt to this level and standard. An excellent cruiser and live aboard. All teak interior, full stand-up shower, 6'3" headroom. Nearly everything has been either replaced or added to make it a comfortable and trouble-free vessel. A new 56 hp Yanmar. New sails (4), refrigeration, radar, custom s/s anchor system and canvas aft cover. Sitka spruce masts in great shape, epoxy coated and varnished. Sleeps 4 comfortable and a possible 7. This heavy displacement (28,000#), full keel boat is a rugged cruiser and can handle many kinds of weather and water. New bowsprit (sapele). This could be a great home for a couple or small family. http://www.yachtworld.com/core/listing/pl_boat_full_detail.jsp?slim=broker&boat_id=2698923&ybw=&hosturl=gigharbor&&ywo=gigharbor&&units=Feet&access=Public&listing_id=980&url=&hosturl=gigharbor&&ywo=gigharbor&

1965 Mariner M35 William Garden Design

1965 Mariner M35 William Garden Design

$15,000

San Diego, California

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Private Seller (619) 796-5436 Photos Photo 1 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 1965 Mariner M35 William Garden Design, Boat is located at Guest Dock facility Space 11 at the Harbor Police Sub Station."FREEDOM" is an all wood Mariner Ketch of 35 feet, Japan built by Far East Yachts in 1965, whose design and furnishings are a William Garden design. Her decidedly full keel were made for long distance cruising and perform as they should..like heavy displacement ketches are supposed to perform. They handle wind and moderate seas well. Spade rudder, worm gear steering and wooden ship's wheel; her rig, wooden masts, sprit and tackle; her twin teak samson posts; her bronze hardware all speak to the values of a previous era. Engine is a Perkins Diesel in good running condition. Boat is due for bottom paint, and topside woodwork is needed. The asking price reflects these conditions.11 foot Boston whaler style dingy is also included. $15000, 6197965436 Finance this boat|Get an insurance quote|

Classic Sailboat - William Garden Design 1973 Island Trader with Raised Salon

Classic Sailboat - William Garden Design 1973 Island Trader with Raised Salon

$47,500

Marathon, Florida

Year 1973

Make Island Trader

Model Raised Salon

Category -

Length 41.0

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Classic, SOLID Sailboat!William Garden Design 1973 Island Trader with Raised Salon Spellbound" is a 1973 41' Island Trader with raised salon. Overall length is 53' with bow sprit and davits and she has a 6 1/2 ft draft. This clipper bow William Garden design is a classic blue water sailing boat, the full keel design making her sea kindly and stable. The teak interior is in very good condition and is comfortable, warm and cozy with spacious raised salon/galley area, carved teak doors and lots of storage and headroom. She has a new Dometic in box refrigeration unit in galley. Teak decks were removed and replaced with west system epoxy, a thick fiberglass deck added over the subdeck and helm has a beautiful teak wheel. New aluminum masts were installed 2015 as well as new engine wiring and mechanical gauges, starting batteries, new freshwater system and primary and secondary bilge pumps. She features a starboard side Pullman full/queen berth, starboard quarter berth and has a drop down table that converts to a double bed at settee. She comfortably sleeps 3, but could accommodate 5, making her perfect for an oceanfront live aboard, rental, charter boat, or for the sailing enthusiast on short or long term voyages. Engine is Ford Lehman 85 horsepower diesel.She has been in Marathon, FL being overhauled for several months. She is in the final detailing stages now that she's mechanically sound and ready to sail. Project completion is planned this month, but if you are ready to buy now and would like to do the final painting and cleaning, bring us an offer - our business plan has changed and we would like to sell as soon as possible as another project is already started. She will go to auction once complete. This is a solid, classic sailing vessel.Make an offer.Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:SpecsDesigner: William GardenBuilder: Island Trader Taipei, TiawanYear Model: 1973Classification: Raised Salon KetchEngineEngine Brand: Ford LehmanEngine Model: 2712E (253 CID)Engine/Fuel Type: DieselEngine Power: 85 HPTanksFresh Water Tanks: (2) Stainless Steel 50 gallon Fuel Tank: (1) Aluminum 35 gallon Holding Tank: (1) 20 gallon polypropaleneAccommodationsEnter from large comfortable aft cockpit covered by a large bimini, galley to Starboard with sizeable topload refridgerator/freezer, large countertop with stainless sink forward. Micowave and adequate storage under galley counter. To Port is a large L-Shaped settee with up/down table. Moving forward from galley sink there is a large pantry next to double step leading down to beautifully carved teak doors leading into large walk-in head and separate walk-in shower to Port. To Starboard is a double pullman berth with lots of storage above and below. Moving forward to port is a large hanging locker and entry to the sail/workroom which has several storage cabinents including a second full size hanging locker. Forward up two steps is access through the forward crash bulkhead into the rode locker. GalleyREFRIGERATION: Norcold 120V/12V in built-in ice boxWATER SYSTEM: Jabsco 12VWATER HEATER: Seaward 11 gallon 120V electric with engine heat exchanger MICROWAVE: 120V MicrowaveSINK: Stainless doubleNavigation and electronicsVHF: Standard Horizon ElectricalBATTERIES: 4 6V, 2 12V start ALTERNATOR: 85 ampAC VOLTAGES: 110V at 60 HertzDC VOLTAGES: 12VBATTERY CHARGER: Dytek Marine automaticDockside electrical cableMechanicalBILGE PUMP: (1) Primary Rule 500 auto, (2) Secondaries Rule 1000 on float switch RAW WATER SEA STRAINER: YesFIRE EXTINGUISHERS: 3 FUEL FILTER: Racor FRESH WATER COOLING SYSTEM: Yes HEAD TYPE: Jabsco HeadHOLDING TANK: Gravity and Pumpout PROPELLER: 3 blade bronzeSTEERING: Mechanical.TRANSMISSION: Borg-Warner Velvet DriveDeckANCHOR: 40 lbs. Danfoth with 5/16" chain and 3/4" rodeANCHOR 2: 40 lbs. Danfoth with 5/16" chain and 3/4" rodeWINDLASS: Mechanical BOW ROLLERS: DualNAV LIGHTS: Separate all AquaSignalLIFELINES: Stainless coated DECK MATERIAL : FGBOW PULPIT: YesOTHER: 3 round bronze port holes 4 rectangular bronze port holes2 deck hatchesLarge forward hatch Sampson post on bowSailMAIN: YesJIB: Yes Roller HarkenMIZZEN: YesTYPES OF SAILS: Cruise equipped TRAVELER: YesMAST: AluminumSTANDING RIGGGING: Wire SafetyAll USCG Required Safety Gear in good condition.ExclusionsAll personal items

38' 1972 Duncan Marine Garden Seal

38' 1972 Duncan Marine Garden Seal

$165,000

Sausalito, California

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Please call boat owner Robert at 415-310-eight eight six six. William Garden's beautiful flush deck cutter rigged double ender. This boat is a South Pacific veteran exquisitely maintained and ready to go again. Reveille listing notes, Boat name: Reveille, Documention: 568543. Specifications: Builder: Duncan Marine Engineering, Year: 1972, Hull Material: Fiberglass, Deck material: 1” marine plywood, fiberglass, 1” teak decking, Spars: Sitka Spruce, Designer: William Garden, Model: Garden Seal, Keel: Full, LOD: 38 feet, LOA: 50 feet, LWL: 30 feet, Draft: 6 feet, Displacement: 38000 pounds, Keel: 9000 pounds lead in keel, Mast Height: 57 feet, Engine: Volvo MD-22A (1999), Engine type: Diesel, Engine hours: 1960. Tanks: Fuel: In hull fiberglass 65 gallons & 35 gallons plus 28 gallon SS daytank, Water: In hull fiberglass 65 gallons and 35 gallons, Holding tank: 15 gallons Nauta flexible rubber, Filters: Fuel: Racor 500, Water: Charcoal filter on galley cold water. Pumps: Manual 8” Whale bilge pump in cockpit, Manual 12 “ Whale bilge pump in salon, Electric Rule 2000 automatic bilge pump, Electric sump pump for shower sump, Jabsco macerating pump for holding tank. Electrical: Batteries: 2 each 4D house batteries (180 amp hours each), 1 engine starting, battery, Alternators: Large frame Balmar 120 amp and standard 60 amp, Solar panel: 80 watt for bilge pump, Magnum Energy Inverter/battery charger, Breaker panels: 3 DC and 1 AC Marinetics (new 2005). Instruments: Nav Station: Raymarine C90W radar/chartplotter with US/Mex charts, Icom M710, SSB transceiver with AT120 antenna tuner, Shakespear SE2519 VHF, ICOM, handheld VHF, Plastimo compass. Cockpit: Raymarine ST60 Wind, Speed, Depth and Multi, Raymarine ST4000, Autopilot, Richie Compass, Fusion stereo control, Volvo panel meter and Morse engine control. Dinghy: Achilles 8’ RIB with Yamaha 9 point 9 HP outboard. Life raft: Viking 6-person offshore. Topside Bow to Stern: All SS tube bow pulpit, bowsprit refinished in 2013, Harken roller furling, Maxwell 2200 horizontal electrical windlass, 2 35lb CQR, 200 ft 5/16” BBB chain, 200’ braided nylon rode, Viking life raft , spruce mast (rebuilt in 2009), two SS 16 and one SS22 winches on the mast for halyards, storm trysail track on mast, spreader lights, steaming light, masthead multi unit – strobe, anchor light and tricolor, light board running lights, teak ratlines to the spreaders and mast steps to the top, deck rings for dinghy tiedown over butterfly hatch, hard dodger, solar panel for bilge pump, cockpit stereo control and Bose 151 speakers, two main SS28 winches for jib, two small SS22 winches for staysail, Harken main sheet traveler, custom designed pushpit, Monitor Wind vane steering, insulated backstay, 45 lb Danforth anchors on the stern rigged with 150 ft of nylon rode. Covers for hatches (3), sails (2) toerails (2), binnacle, tiller, rudder with steps, dodger windows. Sail inventory: main Lidgard (1999), staysail Shattauer (1996) and jib North Sails(2005) (all serviced by North Sails in 2011), new North sails gennaker(2010), storm jib, storm trysail, storm 18 ft diameter sea anchor. Running rigging for all sails. Accomodations: Starting forward is a Chain locker, followed by a king size v-berth with large storage forward and two lockers aft, locker for engine spares, below deck locker, shelves, closing solid teak door. Next aft to starboard is hanging locker – double wide closet with shelves for spares. To port is a large head with hand shower, four storage lockers, Jabsco electric head(2013) and lights. Next is the main salon with two pilot berths, two settees and table, four large storage lockers under berths and settees, two small lockers forward, Fusion stereo system with iPod capability, Sony PS3 (blue ray disc player), Epson projector video system with screen (stowable) for offshore work, wine rack. New ultrasuede upholstery. Main salon had a Dickenson Propane Cabin heater. Next aft to port is the galley with double deep SS sinks, new Sea Frost fridge/freezer(2012) with air/water option for heat dump, new Force 10 3-burner stove(2011), chopping block fridge hatch, seven storage lockers around galley on top, two storage lockers below, LED red/white counter light. To starboard is the Nav station with new Raymarine RD418D radar/ C90W chart plotter with latest US and Caribbean charts(2012), ICOM M710 SSB with AT120 antenna tuner, Shakespear SE2510 VHF, ICOM Handheld VHF, breaker panel new breakers in 2009, Magnum inverter/charger, Heart battery monitor. Additional: Additional covers: Full winter cover for boat, offshore covers for settee cushions and nav station cushions. Covers for all teak deck hatches, windlass, winches and sails, dorade boxes. Sun awning, lee cloths and other covers included. Magna BBQ. Spare parts: 2 electric bilge pumps, fresh water pump, shower sump pump, rebuild kits for both manual bilge pumps, engine belts, oil and fuel filters, shaft zincs, spreader, shrouds and fittings. .

1972 Custom Duncan Marine Garden Seal

1972 Custom Duncan Marine Garden Seal

$165,000

Sausalito, California

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1972 Custom Duncan Marine Garden Seal Please call boat owner Robert at 415-310-eight eight six six. William Garden's beautiful flush deck cutter rigged double ender. This boat is a South Pacific veteran exquisitely maintained and ready to go again. Reveille listing notes, Boat name: Reveille, Documention: 568543. Specifications: Builder: Duncan Marine Engineering, Year: 1972, Hull Material: Fiberglass, Deck material: 1? marine plywood, fiberglass, 1? teak decking, Spars: Sitka Spruce, Designer: William Garden, Model: Garden Seal, Keel: Full, LOD: 38 feet, LOA: 50 feet, LWL: 30 feet, Draft: 6 feet, Displacement: 38000 pounds, Keel: 9000 pounds lead in keel, Mast Height: 57 feet, Engine: Volvo MD-22A (1999), Engine type: Diesel, Engine hours: 1960. Tanks: Fuel: In hull fiberglass 65 gallons & 35 gallons plus 28 gallon SS daytank, Water: In hull fiberglass 65 gallons and 35 gallons, Holding tank: 15 gallons Nauta flexible rubber, Filters: Fuel: Racor 500, Water: Charcoal filter on galley cold water. Pumps: Manual 8? Whale bilge pump in cockpit, Manual 12 ? Whale bilge pump in salon, Electric Rule 2000 automatic bilge pump, Electric sump pump for shower sump, Jabsco macerating pump for holding tank. Make: Custom Model: Duncan Marine Garden Seal Length: 38 Dealer: BoatsFSBO.com ID: 219344 Ad provided by BoatingBay

2004 Pacific Mariner Pilothouse - Hull #39

2004 Pacific Mariner Pilothouse - Hull #39

$895,000

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Year 2004

Make Pacific Mariner

Model Pilothouse - Hull #39

Category Pilothouse Boats

Length 65'

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2004 Pacific Mariner Pilothouse - Hull #39 New to the market, the MACABUCA is by far the best equipped and best maintained Pacific Mariner 65 currently available! She is truly the definition of a turn-key yacht, that is ready to leave the dock and go cruising on a moments notice!  In 2014 when the current owners were searching for the best PM65 available, a one owner boat, the UNREACHABLE, stood out as being far nicer than any of the competition! After their purchase, the owners proceeded (at great expense) to make MACABUCA even more perfect, with long term ownership and long range cruising plans in mind. MACABUCA now has a new, and very expensive, Garmin electronics upgrade, a new A/C Chiller, V-Kool UV window treatment, new bridge and cockpit enclosures, new Gel Cell batteries, new multi-color/multi-function underwater lights, very recent full W-4 service on the main engines, and much more! The MACABUCA should be on the short list for anyone looking for cruising boat that is easily handled by a couple, but with separate accommodations for crew if need be. She is also one of the best running hull designs ever penned by William Garden. The exterior and interior were designed by Greg Marshall, who has many Mega Yachts to his credit. The PM 65 design was created to give the Yachtsman an affordable, reliable, low-operating cost yacht that would be versatile enough to operate efficiently at displacement speeds for long distance cruising or at 20 knots for long weekend cruising. Please review the detailed full listing specifications and photos for the complete story, and then call us to discuss this beautiful PM65, or arrange to see her!

1981 Island Trader Center Cockpit Ketch

1981 Island Trader Center Cockpit Ketch

$55,900

Miami, Florida

Year 1981

Make Island Trader

Model Center Cockpit Ketch

Category Sailboats

Length 41'

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1981 Island Trader Center Cockpit Ketch Big Price Reduction!  Don't miss this great buy on a classic sailing yacht..   A William Garden design. Arete is a heavily built blue water yacht that features striking good looks and hard to find old world teak woodwork.    Solidly crafted with a full no nonsense keel she is designed to be sailed on any of the 7 seas.  Below decks you will find a comfortable layout along with a galley redesigned by her knowledgeable owners.  Two staterooms each with private head / shower access,  a forward  facing navigation station and abundant storage all combine to make this boat an excellent choice for cruising.

1975 Formosa Sea Tiger

1975 Formosa Sea Tiger

$55,000

Clearwater, Florida

Year 1975

Make Formosa

Model Sea Tiger

Category -

Length 42'

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1975 Formosa Sea Tiger A classic William Garden beauty at an affordable price! Elegance reminiscent of the old days at sea, a unique design with the full head forward and a large workshop space included. Stunning interior woodwork. This boat has been outfitted for cruising by her current owners, and is in great condition. She was repowered in 2004 with a Yanmar 55 HP engine, which only has 30 hours on it. Among her many improvements are a new wooden bow sprit, an electric anchor windlass, all new opening ports, stainless dorade vents, air conditioning, and more! Beautiful teak, finished and fitted out with custom canvas covers 2004 Yanmar with only 30 hours Luger/Northern Lights generator Lofrans electric windlass Washing machine Stall shower Air conditioner and heat Raritan Lectra-San marine sanitation device Beautiful lines, great layout! Call me! She is located in Pass-A-Grille Beach, FL.

1973 Hardin 40 Sea Wolf Ketch

1973 Hardin 40 Sea Wolf Ketch

$48,500

San Diego, California

Year 1973

Make Hardin 40

Model Sea Wolf Ketch

Category Sailboats

Length 40'

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1973 Hardin 40 Sea Wolf Ketch  40' Hardin Sea Wolf Ketch '73 "Mermaid" This traditional William Garden design offers the romantic look of a wood hull but the ease of maintaining fiberglass. MERMAID has something for everyone: she's well suited to be a world cruiser, a coastal cruiser, a live-aboard or a weekend getaway. Her 2004 through 2006 refit included detailing of the interior, new wiring and some new equipment. New plumbing, new batteries, fresh bottom paint and brightwork were added in 2007.

1984 Island Trader 51 Ketch

1984 Island Trader 51 Ketch

$150,000

New Port Richey, Florida

Year 1984

Make Island Trader

Model 51 Ketch

Category -

Length 51'

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1984 Island Trader 51 Ketch (LOCATION: New Port Richey FL) The Island Trader 51 is a big blue water sailing yacht with classic good looks, tons of room, and teak interior. A William Garden design, she is built to carry you where ever you want to go comfortably, safely, and in style.She features a large teak deck with extended bow pulpit, anchor with chain, and a new windlass. The enclosed helm has hard top fitted with solar panels, red curtains, and center helm with teak ship’s wheel, compass, and auto pilot. Behind the helm is an elevated aft deck with reversible bench seating and stern anchor.The interior features teak bulkheads and trim. Amidships is an open salon with convetible dinette with dining table. There are teak cabinets to storage everything you need for an extended cruise or the necessities for living aboard. There is a nav station with chart table and VHF radio. Across from the the dinette is a full galley with gracefully curved pass through. This 51 has two private staterooms. Forward is the guest stateroom with double berth and aft is the master stateroom with double berth.This 51' Island Trader has 120-hp Ford Lehman diesel engine, a Westerbeke generator, a new Lewmar bow thruster, and a water maker. Electronics & navigation equipment includes: Furuno Radar, Simrad Robertson AP22 Auto Pilot, Garmin GPS, Horizon Depth and Speed Displays, Horizon Spectrum VHF Radio, and Ritchie Compass. A tender with 15-hp motor is included for access to thin water beaches. She is well maintained and ready to sail.Recent upgrades include new fiberglass deck and fresh bottom paint (see the included photos of the work being done).Call now for more information and to schedule a showing.