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1943 41' Chapelle schooner Wooden Sailboat Restoration Project

1943 41' Chapelle schooner Wooden Sailboat Restoration Project

$7,800

Boston, Massachusetts

Year 1943

Make Wood

Model -

Category -

Length 41.0

Posted Over 1 Month

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

Sound Winter Project Sailboat

Sound Winter Project Sailboat

$1,350

Rapid City, Michigan

Year -

Make Lightening

Model 9061

Category Daysailer Sailboats

Length 19.0

Posted Over 1 Month

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

1996 Hunter 336 sailboat great project boat

1996 Hunter 336 sailboat great project boat

$35,000

Miami, Florida

Year 1996

Make Hunter

Model -

Category -

Length -

Posted Over 1 Month

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

1996 Hunter 336 sailboat great project boat

1996 Hunter 336 sailboat great project boat

$35,000

Panama City, Florida

Year 1996

Make Hunter

Model -

Category -

Length -

Posted Over 1 Month

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

Beautiful Cal 22 sailboat

Beautiful Cal 22 sailboat

$6,800

Los Gatos, California

Year 1987

Make CAL

Model 22

Category -

Length 22.0

Posted Over 1 Month

I'm afraid I need to sell my Cal 22 sailboat. I bought this boat in the fall, and spent the winter making everything clean and safe. I inspected and tuned-up the mast, the hull, the upholstery, the electronics, etc.. She was launched 7 weeks ago. And unfortunately, 6 weeks ago my wife and kids decided that they hate sailing. This boat comes with a ton of extras, and a trailer. It can be easily trailed to anywhere you might wish with any kind of truck or SUV, and it draws no water. It has a 9.9 Honda that always starts, and also a very clean set of sails. The whole boat was professionally reupholstered a few years back. It has a West Marine dinghy, autopilot, stove, bbq, toilet. Because of it's length, berthing fees are cheap. I pay $100/month to berth in San Mateo. Insurance is also cheap. I pay $125/year to insure with Boat US, and $180/year for CA registration. I am happy to deliver this boat anywhere in California for a reasonable price. Here are the specifics:Motor: Honda 9.9, 5 gallon gas tank; recently cleaned and filled; 1 container of engine oilRudder: easily removable for trailering; new in 2002. Tiller: One is brand new and nicely varnished; the other is a spare; comes with a cover to protect the varnish; two telescoping tiller extensions; Autopilot: I'm not kidding. Who installs an autopilot on a 22 foot sailboat?Transom traveler: keeps the cockpit nice and cleanStanchions: Vey solid; guardrails were recently inspected and tightened; new guardrail covers come with the boat, as well as baby or pet netting. Sails: mainsail, jib, genoa, and spinaker, with two spinaker poles (all new in 2003; cost approx $2400)Boom/Mast: everything washed, inspected and lubed in April 2014. Nothing overlooked. Halyards runs smoothly. Has a excellent masthead windex.Lines: All halyards and sheets washed and inspected this past winter. Electronics: Compass and depth finder mounted permanently in boat. Electric system works nicely. There is a solar panel that trickle charges the 12v battery; this powers the autopilot, the masthead light, the bow and transom lights, the cabin lights, and depth finder. All connections look good.Navigation: GPS and chart plotter (via netbook)Docking: 2 fenders, several docks lines, 2 boat hooks.Anchors: two anchors, one brand new; chains inspected, cleaned and lubed in April 2014Bellow deck; nice, clean pillows and upholstery ($1872 project in 2011); new alcohol stove, water tank, sink, toilet, cooler, removable wood dining tableEmergency supplies: flares, fire extinguisher, fog hornWinches: Nice clean winches for the jib sheetJib Furler: This thing looks like overkill on a 22-footer, but is actually really convenient, especially when you're the only person on deck who can sail. Other: Bucket with boat cleaning supplies (soap, brushes, sponges, etc. . ..); West Marine inflatable dinghy, with 2 oars and lifting strapsPaperwork: Trailer registered with DMV; has a Permanent Trailer Identification card (registration never expires); Boat is registered until January 1, 2016. DMV charges $180/year. Boat is fully insured with Boat US. The policy costs me $125/yearComes with original CAL 22 owner's manual from 1987; and the Honda outboard motor manual Delivery: I could deliver her anywhere in California for a reasonable shipping fee. Thanks for looking. Call or write with questions. Geoff

Wood Boat 1961 HALLBERG RASSY P-28 Project  With Trailer PRICE REDUCTION

Wood Boat 1961 HALLBERG RASSY P-28 Project With Trailer PRICE REDUCTION

$1,500

Tekonsha, Michigan

Year 1961

Make HALLBERG RASSY

Model P-28

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Length 28.0

Posted Over 1 Month

THIS IS THE LAST TIME OFFERED ON E-BAY AND SHE WONT BE BACK!!!MAKE YOUR BEST OFFER!!!FOR MORE INFO GO TO:http://www.hallberg-rassy.com/P28/P-28.shtmlALSO CHECK OUT THESE PHOTOS OF ANOTHER P-28 THAT WAS IN A LOT WORSE CONDITION THAN MINE!!! BUT HE MADE HER BEAUTIFUL AGAIN!!! THANKS MIKE!!! http://www.flickr.com/photos/ THIS COULD BE YOUR CHANCE OF A LIFETIME TO OWN AND RESTORE A CLASSIC SWEDISH BUILT WOODEN SAILBOAT!!! TRAILER IS INCLUDED TO EASLY MOVE THIS BOAT AROUND TO YOUR WORKSHOP WITHOUT PAYING A MOVER!!! BOAT CAN BE PICKED UP AT MY LOCATION WITH A 3/4 TON TRUCK AND TAKEN TO YOUR LOCATION WITH NO NEED TO HIRE A MOVING COMPANY!! THIS ALONE WILL SAVE YOU HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS!!! THERE IS A SAILBOAT TRAILER ON E-BAY RIGHT NOW ITEM NUMBER 201096224266 PLEASE CUT AND PASTE NUMBER ON E-BAY SEARCH AND SEE WHAT THIS SELLER HAS TO SAY ABOUT THE BENEFIT'S OF HAVING YOUR BOAT ON A TRAILER!!! THIS TRAILER IS WORTH THE "BUY IT NOW" PRICE!!! SAILBOAT SHOULD BE CONSIDERED AS FREE!!! THE SAILBOAT TRAILER IS A WELL BUILT HEAVY DUTY TANDAM AXEL TRAILER WITH TIRES THAT HAVE EXCELLENT TREAD THAT HAVE FEW MILES,NEW TONGE JACK, 2'' BALL AND WORKING LIGHTS AND FRONT AXEL BREAKS THAT CAN BE PULLED ANYWHERE WITH A 3/4 TON TRUCK!!! (SEE PHOTOS) a few questions asked about trailer 1-Does the trailer have working brakes? Yes 1 axel Electric 2-Do the lights work? Yes 3-What size Wight are the axles? Rear #3500 Front w/Brakes #3500 4-How long is the Bed on the trailer? Bed is 18 Ft Long 5-How wide is the trailer? Overall is 8 Feet 6-How long is the trailer over all length? 25 Ft. DONT PASS UP THIS CHANCE TO OWN A PIECE OF SAILING HISTORY!!! 1961 HALLBERG RASSY P-28 FROM CALIFORNIA'S MIRRO BAY. HAS SEEN BETTER DAYS BUT IS IN SOLID SHAPE AND COULD BE RESTORED BY THE RIGHT CRAFTSMAN. THIS BOAT HAS BEEN STORED INSIDE FOR YEARS!!! THIS CLASSIC BOAT HAS HAD A LOT WORK DONE BY THE PREVIOUS OWNER BUT HE PASSED AWAY BEFORE HE COULD FINISH IT. THE HULL IS AFRICAN MAHOGANY OVER WHITE OAK FRAMES IT NEEDS REPLACEMENT OF AT LEAST THE BOTTOM 4 PLANKS BELOW THE WATERLINE ON EACH SIDE ,LOOK CLOSELY AT PHOTOS!!! I HAVE ALL THE PLANKS FOR THE PORT SIDE AND SOME OF THE PLANKS FOR THE OTHER SIDE TO USE AS PATTERNS FOR CUTTING AND SHAPEING NEW PLANKS!!! THESE PLANKS ARE NOT USABLE!!! THE PREVIOUS OWNER HAS CUT OFF THE BOTTOM SECTION OF ALL FRAMES AND SCARFED IN NEW WHITE OAK FRAME ENDS AND EPOXYED IN WITH THE WEST SYSTEM THICKEND EPOXY, IT LOOKS TO BE A PRETTY GOOD JOB,THEY ARE NOT SISTERED BUT SCARFED IN!!! THERE DOES NOT APPEAR TO BE ANY STRUCTRAL ROT IN THIS BOAT!!! THE COCKPIT LOOKS TO BE IN ROUGH SHAPE BUT SEEMS STRUCTRULY SOUND EXCEPT FOR THE FLOOR IT WILL NEED REPLACED (SEE PHOTO'S) THERE IS LITTLE OF THE INTERIOR LEFT IN THE MAIN CABIN SO THIS LEAVES THE INTERIOR A BLANK CANVAS TO DESIGN ANY WAY YOU WANT!!! THE VEE BIRTH IS PRETTY MUCH STOCK AND IN VERY GOOD CONDITION SEE PHOTO #3 THE DECKS HAVE BEEN COVERED A NON-SKID AND SEEM TO BE VERY SOLID! (SEE PHOTOS) THE ENGINE IS A YANMAR YSB-8 HP WITH FOWARD AND REVERSE THE MOTOR IS STUCK FROM SITTING,BUT DOES NOT SEEM TO BE DAMAGED IT IS CURRENTLY OUT OF THE BOAT, COMPLETE WITH STARTER,ALT,WATER PUMP AND DRIVE UNIT WITH FOWARD AND REVERSE! (SEE PHOTOS INCLUDES SAILS Main and Jib !!! ALUMINUM MAST (NOT ORIGINAL) WITH MASSIVE RIGGING AND ALL TURNBUCKLES AND MAST STEP!!! ORIGINAL SITKA SPRUSE WOOD BOOM, WINCHES, GLASS COVERED RUDDER AND EVERY THING I HAVE FOR THE BOAT IS ALSO INCLUDED!!! I HAVE SIGNED OFF CALIFORNIA TITLE FROM P.O. FEEL FREE TO ASK ANY ??? LAST 2 PHOTO'S ARE AD PHOTO'S AND NOT OF THIS BOAT!!! Just for reference of what she could be DEPOSIT IS NONREFUNDABLE!!! WHY WOULD IT BE!!! "GO SEADOGS" "MAKE OFFER" YA NEVER KNOW !!!

oceon going ferro cement sailboat

oceon going ferro cement sailboat

Request Price

Detroit, Michigan

Year -

Make -

Model -

Category -

Length -

Posted Over 1 Month

My wife and I built this boat to travel. She died and I continued to work for the DFD for 20 plus years. Boat went to hell and sank a few times. Hull is sound but needs to be resurfaced and painted. I can show you how to do that. Engine gone. It had a Perkins 4 107 diesel. uch of the wood used for cabins and trim has rotted and it should be gutted and done over. If your a boat builder, and wanted to build a boat you would be way ahead of starting from scratch. Otherwise you should forget this one. I just hate to destroy it if someone could handle the project. It's big (45') and heavy.I still have plans around here somewhere.My wife and I lived on it for 15 years.

1975 Columbia 28 Sailboat in Beaufort NC

1975 Columbia 28 Sailboat in Beaufort NC

$3,125

Beaufort, North Carolina

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Length 27.6

Posted Over 1 Month

Has: • Clean title • Clean and good basis for project • Two Barlow 23 self-tailing cockpit winches, two Barlow mast winches • Harken furling unit sans sail • Stern folding stainless swim ladder • Standing room in cabin 5'10" aft to 5'8" fore • Hull is solid • Outboard well factory integrated into stern lazarette • Interior wood in great shape • Straight mast, spreaders, boom, spinnaker pole • Manual and electric bilge pumps • Functioning Interstate deep cycle 12V house battery • 20# Danforth style galvanized anchor and 100' of rode • Origo dual burner alcohol stove is simple and safe to operate • Operational galley sink Jabsco freshwater pump • 30 gallon freshwater tank • Functioning screens for companionway, forehatch, and opening portlights (portlight screens are getting long in tooth, but usable) • Main sail in decent shape, no rips, needs 4 slugs resown • V-berth accommodates two adults, dining area converts to double berth for smaller adults or children • Port and starboard berths could sleep one each with cushions (orig cushions lost in storage bldg fire). These areas are great for stowing stuff Wants: • Replacement furling jib (lost in storage bldg fire) to fit existing Harken furling unit • Either a longshaft outboard for outboard well or inboard diesel overhaul (if outfitting with an outboard then the inboard engine space could be used for something else • Exterior wood rails and companionway framing are worn • Deck and cabin sole could use some cosmetic work • Repairs on portlight seals (all drip a tiny bit) • New running rigging, electrical wiring/lighting overhaul, furling jib, minor stern rail repair • Inboard Volvo Penta MD7A 11hp diesel has exhaust manifold damage but reported by previous owner to turn freely but I have never tried to get it running • Mast step below mast compression post needs replacement

2002 Macgregor 26X sailboat & trailer

2002 Macgregor 26X sailboat & trailer

$14,000

Virginia Beach, Virginia

Year 2002

Make -

Model -

Category -

Length -

Posted Over 1 Month

2002 Magregor 26x There is a lot of great information about these boats online. I have thoroughly enjoyed this boat for the last 5 years and almost everything on it has been upgraded and continually maintained. It is not a project, it is turn key and ready to go.2015 - Brand new motor, control cables & steering, running rigging, interior cushions, carpet and electronics. The motor is a brand new model Suzuki DF20A fuel injected and was purchased March 2015 and has the remainder of the 3 year factory warranty. During the installation new teleflx exteme shift and throttle control cables, telelex rack & cable and fuel lines/filter were installed. The controls are flushmount and the motor is mounted on an adjustable jackplate with all cables and wiring concealed and run directly to the motor. The motor averages .3gph~5mph, .5gpph~6mph, and 1gph~9mph.Sails: Cruising Weight North Sails main with 3 reef points, shelf foot & cunningham. Main control via double mainsheets led back to the helm. Original Doye main and boom included. CDI furler, Factory Jib, additional working Jib and spinnaker included. Sail control with cabintop tracks & 7' schaffer T tracks along the cockpit combing. Jib, main sheet, and furling lines led along the 7' tracks to easy reach at the helm & multiple cam cleats (10) for easy sail control. Exterior- all running rigging new and color coded. Full cockpit deck and swim platform with ladder. Full factory cockpit cushions, boarding ladder, large bimini with rear supports & 6' standing headroom underneath. Factory lower sunbrella bimini also. (can be set on the 7' tracks and slid along the entire cockpit) Sunbrella mainsail cover, 22 lb delta plow anchor on windline bow roller, Danforth stern anchor and mount, 8 stainless dock cleats, LED running and anchor lights. Bottom coated with 20 mils of 2 part high build epoxy and Petit SR Pro bottom paint (2014) Original trailer used twice a year & overhauled in 2012.Interior - 20 gallon fresh water tank, electric fresh water pump, & stainless sink. Stainless flushmount alcohol stove and butcherblock countertop. Custom cabinets under every seat & unused area for dry organized storage. Wood dining table with plexi insert (original table/berth included). Led Lighting throughout including above V berth, aft berth & bathroom. All leds on dimmers. 95% of wire replaced with marine tinned duplex including mast wiring & 3 deep cycle batteries. New standard horizon VHF in 2015 along with 4 speaker marine stereo & wired remote at pedestal, 2 speakers above V berth and 2 weatherproof in cockpit. 100% dry and without any leaks or smells. Numerous other interior modifications for comfort & access. This is one of the last 26Xs made before the switch to the 26M. Throughout the run of the X the model progressed and several significant changes were made by the factory for safety, durability, and reliability. According to them this included a different deck layup & lamination system around 2000 that was much stronger with no balsa coring. It also included a steering redesign with a different console, steering box, stainless vs aluminum rudder mounts, resigned rudder blades and a lot of other little changes to the interior & exterior build. This being one of the last ones off the line has all of the factory updates. I have always kept this boat well maintained and ready to go with no issues "waiting" to be fixed. It has never once left us stranded or in a difficult situation. There many other features on it best discussed in person. We are still using it regularly and it is currently slipped in the Virginia ICW in fresh water until January 2016 when it will be put on the trailer and kept at the same location with onsite ramp. My reason for selling is that I have bought a larger boat. If you are a serious buyer please contact me for a phone number and time to come take a look at it in person. I am willing to spend weekend going over everything on it and helping the buyer load it on the trailer if not local.Most of the pictures were taken 9/15/2015.

1975 Irwin 30 Sailboat w/ 25hp inboard diesel

1975 Irwin 30 Sailboat w/ 25hp inboard diesel

$6,000

Rotonda West, Florida

Year 1975

Make Irwin

Model -

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Length 30.0

Posted Over 1 Month

1975 Irwin 30 SailboatThis is a classic cruiser class racer that has been through a recent refurbishment. The previous owner had used it as a racing day sailor before we bought it in the Winter of 2013 when we began a rehab of the boat to bring it back to cruising condition. The boat has strong bones and the making of a great family cruiser with off shore capability. We launched the boat in January 2014 and lived aboard for three weeks before putting it on the hard again and heading back to our Northern home. The hull is in fantastic shape, please see the improvements below. It is ready to launch with new bottom paint and every below the water line through hull replaced (including prop shaft and stuffing box).Our personal situation does not allow us to see the project to completion but the big stuff has been taken care of. This is a chance to pick up a great boat at a blow out price. The photos of the boat on the hard and the interior were taken on April 2nd, 2015. The outside of the boat needs to be washed but I can assure you the bottom paint is virtually brand new and the top sides clean up really well. The sailing photo is from January 2014.4' shoal draft with an additional center board that increases the draft to 7'25hp Westerbeake Universal engine (only 25 hours after rebuild)30' in length2 head sails (older jib and brand new genoa)Roller furling1 main with sail cover2 Anchors and anchor chainStanding rigging and running rigging in good shape but unknown ageTravelerTiller steering / large cockpitDepth finderBiminiLife jacketsJanuary 2014 upgrades:New bottom paint (ablative) only in the water 3 weeks after applicationNew interior upholsteryInstalled rebuilt Westerbeake Universal 25hp diesel inboard engineNew galley counter tops (marine mahogany)Preliminary sanding and prep of cockpit wood workingJanuary 2013 upgrades:New side and top deck windows New prop shaft & stuffing boxReplacement of all through hullsRemoval of original head and V-berth sink to make for more storageReplacement of cockpit drainsCurrently the boat is ready to launch but is in "camping" condition. No interior electrical lighting, no head, limited running lights. With a little electrical work the boat would be in great shape. We just ran out of time. If you are looking for a polished turn key boat this is not the one for you. BUT, this is not a massive project boat. For someone with a little bit of time and elbow grease she would be a fantastic investment. Once the finishing touches are applied, this boat could sell for $15k +.The boat is currently on the hard at Charlotte Harbor Boat Storage and is available for viewing by appointment. Please message me with any additional information needed.

Cape Dory 24 Trawler ‘Widgeon’ – Hull #001 (project boat)

Cape Dory 24 Trawler ‘Widgeon’ – Hull #001 (project boat)

$7,999

Merrit Island, Florida

Year -

Make Cape Dory

Model -

Category -

Length -

Posted Over 1 Month

This is a 1983 Cape Dory 24' Trawler Project Boat. Cape Dory Yachts was founded in 1963 in East Taunton, Mass. Originally a sailboat company, by the end of the 70’s fuel crisis, Cape Dory decided to explore the powerboat market. They ended up being enormously successful, and built hundreds of powerboats of many sizes and configurations. Widgeon is the factory prototype, hull number 1, the first powerboat they ever built. Built in Taunton Mass, I have seen some evidence that she spent part of her life in Canada, then in Texas, and finally has been in Florida for many years. Although she has the lines of a Maine lobsterboat, she also comes with a mast and boom so that she can sail (all original). You will find more information, including a downloadable original sales brochure at the cape dory website: capedory.org/specs/cd24pwr.htm She has her original engine, a Yanmar 3HM 27hp, and uses about ½ gal/hr at a cruising speed of approximately 8 knots. She is the only CD24 trawler to have a Yanmar, as the general arrangement was changed by hull 002, and only a Westerbeke would fit in the new engine location. The engine does not have an accurate hour log, but starts and runs well, uses little oil, and has had much love since I have owned her, including a new injection pump, exhaust system, s/w pump, all hoses and much more. Even though her engine is in storage, I would be able to run the engine on blocks (demo) prior to a sale. I have owned her for five years, and have had her both in Pompano FL and Merritt Island Fl. When I bought her I surveyed her and knew she was going to need all of her interior wood replaced eventually because of rot. Her hull and house are fiberglass (very heavy layup) but her cabin, bulkheads and platform framing were all wood. Her platform deck is glass over plywood. I have removed her engine and systems, and nearly completed all demo of the framing and ply. During the process detailed construction pictures were taken of everything as well as measurements. All tabs were left in place for alignment. All she needs now is new wood put in, her platform deck glassed over, and to be fitted out. Her engine and all equipment have been stored, and go with the boat, and I can provide endless advice as I used to build and restore boats professionally. I am presently continuing to restore her even as I list her for sale, but the reason for selling is that my wife and I are selling our home on the water, and in moving inland I no longer want to keep a boat.

2001 J46 sailboat sail boat J-46 sailing cruiser racing fresh water. UPGRADES!

2001 J46 sailboat sail boat J-46 sailing cruiser racing fresh water. UPGRADES!

$395,000

Charlevoix, Michigan

Year 2001

Make J Boats

Model J46

Category -

Length 46.0

Posted Over 1 Month

Beautiful, generously equipped and meticulously cared for freshwater J46 owned by senior couple. Used only for day sailing and minimal light cruising in northern Lake Michigan, Lake Huron and Lake Charlevoix for only 12 four month seasons (was not launched in 2012 and 2013). Always kept in inside heated storage when not in the water for the four month summer season. It is in pristine condition. J/46 may be the only investment grade sailing yacht of its size not requiring professional crew to sail at designed performance levels…..or to maintain. Two people can easily manage her upwind and down to achieve the same 8 knot passage-making speeds under sail that is possible when motoring with 76hp diesel auxiliary. The joy of sailing the perfect boat is, after all, a goal we believe every owner ultimately seeks. To insure that good sailing days are spent sailing rather than scrubbing and varnishing, J/46 is designed to be virtually maintenance-free. Her exquisite joinerwork is protected from the sun……below decks where it’s beauty can be preserved More photos available in this link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1QEllizB6x4FKTe3kGwlbjYaLgJMrQEg8x6PdVtIa14Y/pub Factory Options: Refrigeration Package: -Seafrost Mechanical Refrigeration.-Additional Plates & controls for Freezer.-Supplementary 110VAC Shore power Assist. Supplementary Power Package: -Additional 210 amp Lifeline AGM Battery for total of 630 amps for house banks (location is in lieu of nav station bottom drawer).-Heart Freedom 25 Inverter/Charger (in lieu of std ProMariner 30-3 charger).-Heart Echo Charger (to service engine start battery through AC system).-Heart Link 2000 Battery Monitor (for (2) house battery banks).-Heart Link 10 Battery Monitor (for engine battery). Supplementary Plumbing Package: -Vacuflush Forward Head.-Dockside Water Inlet.-Seagull Water Purifier in Galley. Cruising Accessory Package: -Cockpit table.-Companionway Screens Additional Single Options: -ESPAR Diesel cabin heater.-Lewmar 64 CEST Power Primary Winches.-Bolstered Ultra Suede Cushions.-Radar Mast thru deck.-Microwave in galley.-Harken adjustable Genoa car leads.-Rubrail over cove stripe-28” High Pulpits & Stanchions in lieu of std height.-Sea water wash down pump w/faucet in anchor locker.-Hall Spars Windex.-Hall Spars “NO STRIKE’ lightning dissipater.-Hall Spars GAM antenna & cable.-Hall Spars painted carbon fiber whisker pole.-Hall Spar Whisker Pole Track and Car.-Hall Spars 3rd folding mast step.-Hall spars Dutchman mast sheave.-Hall spars Dutchman Halyard.-Flag Halyard & Hardware.- S. S. Turnbuckle Covers (6).-Cockpit Full Glass and Screen Enclosure.-Dodger to Bimini Insert.-Helm Pedestal Cover.-S. S. Grab Rail along aft edge of Dodger.-S. S. Grab Rails port & starboard on Dodger sides.-S. S. Dodger & Bimini supports in lieu of straps.-S. S. Bimini handrails port & starboard.-Power engine oil pump-out system.-Max Prop 3 Blade Feathering Propeller.-Dripless shaft seal.-Memory foam mattress in forward cabin in lieu of std.-Second custom V birth insert for additional standing room.-19” HD flat panel TV and small DVR.-2nd bottom refrigerator door.-Alpine stereo AM/FM w/6 disc CD player & Bose Marine cockpit speakers.-Weems & Plath Brass Ships Clock.-Weems & Plath Brass Barometer.-Variable Speed Cabin fans fore and aft cabins and main salon.-Prime bottom plus VC-TAR plus 2 coats VC-17 anti-fouling paint.-Awlgrip Hull Flag Blue w/Red Boot Stripes.-Patriot American Flag Graphics. Sail Package (Quantum): -Kevlar/Mylar/Dacron Tri Radial Cut full Batten Main & 135% Genoa.-MC6000 105% Cruising Jib.-Antal Mast Cars.-Dutchman Flaking System.-Asymetrical Spinnaker w/deployment bag.-Antal spinnaker Snuffer.-Harken Mark II Roller Furling System. B & G Hydra 2000 Navigator Pack: -Navigator Pack, Hydra 2000, Type 2.-Standard Full Function Display Pack, Hydra 2000.-20/20 Display Pack, Hydra, Green Backlight.-20/20 Display Pack, Hydra, Red Backlight.-Depth Sensor with Bronze Flush Mount Hull Housing.-Speed Sensor with Bronze flush Mount Hull Housing.-Analog display Pack, Apparent Wind Angle, 360 degrees w/cable.-Linear Rudder Position Sensor Pack, w/installation kit for Type 2 Ram.-Pilot Ram Drive Pack, Type 2 w/cables (12Vdc, adjustable rose joint).-Cable, 213 Mast w/bkt, 80ft.-Pin, Quick Release, Pilot.-Edson J46 Tiller Arm. Raytheon Radar/Chart Plotter and Accessories: -Upper Station – 7”Color LCD Pathfinder Radar w/Raychart and 24” 4kw Raydome.-WAAS GPS Antenna.-Cmap NT Northern Michigan.-Cmap NT Lake Huron and North Channel.-Radar Cable Connector (Radar Mast Base).-Edson 3-1/2” Deluxe Mast 144”.-Edson Adapter.-Edson Radar Platform, Deluxe.-Edson Long Antenna Bracket-Starboard and Port.-Edson 28” Antenna Hoop.-Edson 13” Antenna Extension (GPS antenna mount).-Shakespear TV Antenna 2030-G. Communications Options: -ICOM M502 VHF w/ Optional Cockpit HM-127 Remote-12 Volt Pedestal Outlet-Telephone and TV cable cockpit to nav station Safety Equipment: 2 Sospenders inflatable PFD w/harness, lanyard & rearm kit1 Crewfit inflatable PFD w/harness lanyard & rearm kit2 Regular PFD w/harness & lanyard4 Regular PFD6 Throwable floatation cushions2 Jack Lines 45 ft port & starboardI Radar reflector1 Bosun chair1 Throwable Life Sling1 deployable auto inflatable Life Saver Buoy4 Fire extinguishers – various types1 Submersible Hand Held HX460S VHF Marine Transceiver w/ barometer sensor1 Throwable Rescue Line Bag1 Avon 48lb Inflatable dinghy w/ Poly pro towing line, bridle & elect pump – fits in aft cockpit locker1 Honda 2hp 4 cycle dinghy motor & aft pulpit motor mount1 Winslow 6 person Super-Light Offshore Life Raft w/ SEP packed Survival Supplies Inflatable insulated double floor Heavy duty TriPod Arch tubes w/canopySpare parts: water pump impeller, 2 Racor fuel filtersVarious sizes of tapered wood emergency thru hull plugs 1 Handheld compass1 backup Yeoman digitized chart plotter with hand-held Magellan GPSVarious rescue flares as required by Coast GuardLakes Michigan, Huron and North Channel Charts Ground Tackle: 1 44lb Spade anchor w/swivel shackle, 25ft high test 3/8” chain and 250ft 5/8” rode1 Fortress Fx-37 Alum. Anchor w/ 15ft 5/16” chain & 200ft 5/8” rode in deployable anchor bag 250ft 5/8” Line for on-shore anchoring Dock Lines & Bumpers: 3 Taylormade bumpers w/blue covers6 Yale Red Colorline braided 5/8”x40ft dock lines w/Perma Buoy chafe guards Shore Power: 1 50ft 50 amp power cable1 60ft 30 amp power cable1 Adapter 50 amp to 30 amp Maintenance equipment: 1 Universal Pole w/boat hook, 2 brush heads & curve end1 50ft water hose Note: All 4 house batteries and the engine starting battery replaced May 2015 with Lifeline AGM (house) and Optimus (engine) batteries. J/46 Specifications Hull & Deck SCRIMpTM infusion molded sandwich construction using triaxial, biaxial and unidirectional glass reinforcements with Lloyd's and ABS approved end-grained balsa core. (SCRIMpTM is the patented resin infusion molding process of TPI Technologies, Inc.)TPI transferable ten yearwarranty against hull blisters. Interplastic vinylester resin on the outer hull layer.Lead & antimony fixed 9,350 lb., 6.2' draft, and fin/bulb keel bolted to a deep molded stub.White (other light colors are optional) Gel Coat hull with double tapered bootstripe and molded indented cove stripe. White gelcoat deck with choice of five non-skid colors in tones of white, gray and beige.HUIl-to-deck joint bond,ed with 3M 5200 and Plexus MASSO on the transom, side decks are covered with a thru-bolted clear anodized aluminum toe-rail.Two lazarette lockers on fantail, port cockpit seat locker and port utility locker for helmsperson outboard of wheel. Propane locker outboard of wheel to starboard drained and vented overboard with two 10lb aluminum bottles. Molded instrument pods on port and starboard coamings and on wheel pedestal.Molded companionway seahood with integral instrument pod.(3) Oorade boxes molded integrally into deck for ventilating owner cabin, main cabin and forward head area.Molded swim platform with off-center gate and fold-up ladder.Gasketed bow anchor locker and spinnaker storage area with overboard drain.316 stainless handrails on cabin trunk (4) total.GRP molded main structural bulkhead, glassed fore & aft on hull and deck as support for shroud chainplates with single door opening to v-berth cabin.Heavy duty molded structural keel support grid including engine bed, mast step, and longitudinal stiffeners. Fabricated aluminum mast step and engine bed tapping plates molded into structural keel grid.Positive traction nonskid on horizontal deck surfaces. Propulsion & Steering Yanmar 4JH-TE turbq-charged 76 hp, 4 cylinder, diesel engine with fresh water-cooling, dual R~cor fuel filters and 150 amp alternator.Yanmar C-type recessed engine instrument panel in cockpit with Acrylic cover including gauges for tachometer, fuel level, operating hour meter, fresh water temperature, amperage, oil pressure and oil temperature. Morse-type control gear shift and throttle mounted on pedestal.Parallel fuel system with 60 gallons in primary tank below the aft starboard berth, and 30 gallons in secondary tank behind aft bulkhead to starboard. Secondary tank gravity feeds into primary for 90 gallon total capacity.Two blade 20" Max Prop with 1..25" Aquamet shaft.AquaOrive self-aligning thrust bearing to minimize shaft vibration.Ultra Sound Acoustics VO-1 00 insulation in engine compartment.Balanced spade rudder constructed with unidirectional glass and large diameter shaft mounted in Harken composite rudder bearing to exceed ABS requirements.Aluminum emergency tiller.Edson 60" diamond series aluminum wheel with leather grip.Custom molded pedestal with guard and integral binnacle, 5" Ritchie compass, 9" x 12" instrurnent mounting area & Edson thru-shaft wheel brake.(2) Teak helm-station foot braces. Interior Satin varnished cherry bulkheads and furniture panels with cold molded cherry trim, drawer and cabinet faces. Main bulkhead with single opening and recessed cherry paneled door with Mobella lock-sets. Forward and aft heads trimmed in teak.Cherry trimmed vinyl headliner throughout forward, main and aft cabins. Polyurethane teak & holly veneer floor panels with underside and end-grain sealed with epoxy.Choice of interior cushion fabric colors. (ultra-suede or ultra-leather options available)5" layered & bolstered main settee split wrap-around cushions with two-tier split backrests. 4" foam cushions in fwd and aft cabins. Large twin berth forward cabin featuring 4 drawers, 4 lockers, hinge-up bunk tops to maximize storage; hinged V-berth filler; changing seat, hanging locker w/louvered door, and bureau/vanity with 2 drawers. locker. and cabinet above with cherry louvered doors & shelf.Forward head includes vanity with mirrored acrylic slider storage, teak towel rack, mirror storage cabinet below molded sink, enclosed by cherry paneled door (on outer face) and white laminate finish on head side.Stall shower with teak slat bench seat, cabinet locker with mid-height shelf outboard, shower fixture mounted on bulkhead with adjustable shower faucet. Local self-priming pump services shower sump and drains overboard.Pilot berth in main cabin to port with small mid-height convenience shelf at aft end.Two storage cabinets with 'Iouvered doors to ~ccommodate main cabin entertainment center above starboard settee. (2) Book storage shelves between cabinets with removable cherry retainer battens.One large drawer and one locker outboard of starboard settee backrest cushions.Settee backrests of cherry veneer and cherry trim.Varnished cherry wood hull slats in main, aft and V-berth cabins.Cherry main cabin drop-leaf table with removable fiddles, two drawers and internal bottle storage.Large 30 x36 sit-down. forward-facing navigation station with hinged tabletop. Features include; outboard shelf, access to chart storage and sliding organizer tray below table top, cushioned seat of layered bolstered foam. instrument cabinet with (2) large wood panel faces hinged at the bottom for quick access, file storage drawer below nav seat to fit hanging files, binocular & misc. storage cabinet outboard of seat, and series of three utility drawers on inboard tabie support face.Starboard aft cabin with recessed cherry paneled door, hanging locker with louvered door and bureau/vanity with 2 large drawers. hinged footlocker, and cabinet with cherry louvered door & shelf. Additional drawer above engine.Aft head/shower combination accessed via cherry paneled door. wet hanging area outboard. cabinet below molded sink, mirror, (2) teak grab rails and direct access door to lazarette locker area equipped with fore and aft divider. Teak companionway steps cold molded with angled ends & Treadmaster non-skid for safe entrance and exit. Cherry overhead grab rails in main cabin.All drawers and cabinets with polished positive-latch push buttons. Galley "Wheat Matrix" Fountainhead color for counter tops with cold-molded varnished & tapered cherry fiddles.Scandvik polished 8" deep SS double sink recessed below Fountainhead on forward island with deluxe hot/cold pressure-water gooseneck faucet and manual fresh water faucet with whale foot pump. Storage areas in louvered doors below sink for cleaning supplies and garbage pail with flip lid access.6.5 cu.!!. Deluxe icebox located on center island. Features include molded GRP box insulated with Glacier Bay Ultra R vacuum insulation panels and foam top. Organizing shelves & interior light included.3.5 cu.!!. ice box, convertible to optional freezer, located outboard of sink. Featuring molded GRP box with 3-1/2" foam insulation and mounting space for refrigeration cold plates.Three-burner Force 10 propane stove/broiler/oven with thermostat control, patented slide-away oven door recess and S.S. stove bar. Additional storage foot locker below oven.Plate, bowl, cup, and glass storage compartment on bulkhead att of stove.Top access dry good storage compartment below counter top directly outboard of sink.(3) Large cabinets mounted outboard and covered by three louvered cherry doors. Aft two cabinets installed with mid-height shelves. (Optional Microwave replaces middle cabinet door and area).Dual slider cabinet, bin storag8. and AC outlet mounted below cabinets. Flatware drawer, utensil drawer and utility cabinet with mid-height shelf and louvered door under outboard counter. Sink-top cutting-board.Stainless grab post on forward inboard galley corner. Plumbing Hot & cold pressure water system with 12-gallon hot water tank and accumulator tank. Service to (2) heads, forwa~d shower, galley, & swim platform shower.Self-priming direct sump pumps for showers draining into seacocks.Automatic bilge pump with float switch and dedicated panel in nav station wired direct to DC system. 120 gallons total water capacity in (2) custom molded tanks complete with baffles, inspection ports, and secured in place below main cabin settee berths.Raritan PH-2 heads with holding tanks. Overboard "Y"- valve offshore discharge and holding tank pump out systems. Two manually operated bilge pumps, one mounted in the cockpit and another in aft head with hose to reach bilge. (ORC category 2). Electrical Standard system batteries include: (1) group 40 (210 amp) and (2) group 31 (105amp) deep cycle batteries to serve the house, and (1) Optima 1000 (1,100 CCA) battery for dedicated service to the engine. All batteries are Concorde's Lifeline AGM sealed, absorbed glass mat type series.ProMariner ProMatic 30-3 Battery Charger. Balmar 91-150 Alternator and Max Charge external regulator with temperature sensor for altemator.BattJMaxx Automatic Battery System with remote momentary parallel switch near cockpit engine panel. .Master battery switch at n~l.Vstation with 1,2,Both,Off for House batteries and single On/Off switch for engine start battery.Deluxe Bass AC/DC backlit electrical panel w/digital condition meters, circuit breakers, accommodation for optional generator installation and air conditioning systems. Panel accommodates 33 DC breakers (24 occupied w/two spare standard) and 11 AC breakers (9 standard).Navigation, steaming/foredeck, anchor and tri-color masthead lights.50 amp 11OVAC shorepower system with 6 outlets, 50ft shore power cord and Guest galvanic isolator.Bonding system to meet ABYC project E-1.Propane solenoid switch panel in galley.Ten swiveling Imtra stainless halogen reading lamps, halogen overhead lights in main cabin, flexible armed lamp at navigation station, two florescent lights, one in each head.Four Hella variable speed cabin fans over berths. Deck Hardware (2) Lewmar 64CCST self-tailing 2-speed all chrome primary winches with gear ratio of 3.1: 1 in 1 gear and power ratio of 64:1 in 2nd gear located in recessed bases on cockpit coamings. "'(2) Lewmar 54CCST self-tailing 2-speed all-chrome halyard/reef/spinnaker secondary winches on cabin trunk.(2) Lewmar 48CCST self-tailing 2-speed all-chrome mainsheet winches outboard of traveler in recessed bases. (3) Lock-in Harken Speed-Grip 10" winch handles, (2) 8" Speed-Grip handles for mainsheet. Four cockpit mounted PVC winch handle holdersThurston cockpit dodger with roll-up forward window, removable side curtains, stanchion supports and stainless grab bar on aft edge.Thurston deluxe helmsman bimini with stanchion supports & viewing window (same color as dodger).Five white acrylic cockpit cushions for helmsman and cockpit seats.(2) Harken Black Magic 3010 (1OOmm) footblocks for genoa sheets when using dodger, mounted on cockpit coamings aft of primary winctTes. (2) Harken Black Magic 3006 (75mm) double footblocks with lock-off outboard of the primaries for spinnaker sheets and checkstays.(2) Harken Black Magic 3005 (75mm) mainsheet foot blocks wllockoffs mounted on angled pads at winches.2:1 Mainsheet system consisting of (2) Harken 1969 AirBlocks (75mm) mounted on traveler and (1) 3007 AirBlock (100mm) attached to boom bale. Harken 560-S Big Boat mainsheet traveler track with Harken 1939/1935 car w/control blocks for 6:1 purchase led to both sides of cockpit to 1893 track control ends through cockpit side mounted 222 blocks to 150 cam cleats. (2) 168 swivel blocks to adjust traveler from forward or aft side of track.Single rope clutchmounted in cockpit for heads ail furling. Lewmar Concept 2 anchor windlass system with #203 ropelchain gypsy, manual override, 1S0 amp breaker in nav station, hand held control unit mounted in forward deck anchor locker. Gypsy requires 3/8" ACCO G40 or G80 chain and S/8" braided rope.Custom 316 stainless mast collar with 10 bales for halyard and reef lines and forward halyard bar. (9) Schaefer 08-0S stainless halyard and reef blocks wlinvestment cast shackles.(4) Lewmar Superlock double rope clutches, mounted in pairs forward of each secondary winch.(2) Harken 1969 (7Smm) AirBlocks shackled to U-bolts at transom corners for mainsail checkstays.(2) Harken 1969 (75mm) AirBlocks shackled to U-bolts aft on toerail for spinnaker sheets.(2) Clear anodized aluminum "T" tracks (13' x 1.25") for jib/genoa leads. Additional 3' x 1.2S" track mounted outboard of1 00% jib position for outboard lead.(2) Schaefer 32-33UC screw-pin type jib/genoa lead blocks.(2) Schaefer OS-99 snatch blocks for spinnaker twingslor outboard jib/genoa leads.(2) Stainless t-track slider cars.Asymmetric.spinnaker deck gear including: (2) Harken 1969 (75mffi1 Airblocks mounted on "U" bolts near sternpulpit and (1) 1969 75mm AirBlock mounted on anchor roller.White molded flagstaff mounted in 316 SS deck socket on aft deck edge close to centerline with 4 x 6 American flag. aRC Bow pulpit of 316 SS with double rail offshore navigation lights and forward gate.aRC Stern rails of 316 SS w/2 rail split design including a stern boarding gate to starboard and stern light. Tapered 316 SS lifeline stanchions with SS bases mounted to toe rail.Double lifelines heights to meet ORC standards with boarding gates to P&S using Gibb hooks.Padded Sunbrella lifeline covers for each lifeline outboard of helmsman's station w/color to match dodger & bimini. Two 10" bow cleats, two 8" stern cleats, two 8" amidships cleats.Custom designed 316 SS bow roller/stem~ead to accommodate Simpson-Lawrence Delta 35,45 & COR 35,45 and Bruce 45 anchors. (Optional removable anchor roller to port)Seven Lewmar Ocean series articulated, bronze tinted ac,ylic hatches: size 70 on foredeck, size 60 in main cabin, (4) size 12 over forward cabin, aft cabin, shower, and head and (1) size 10 in aft head.White framed Bomar opening ports w/screen~ in cabin trunk and in cockpit walls for aft quarter cabin and head. Acrylic companionway hatch and two-part acrylic offshore drop-boards with inside/outside opening, lockable hasp. Four 12x20 and two 12x24 poly mesh line bags, one foredeck double line-bag. .(4) Vetus 4" dorade cowl ventilators to service forward cabin and head and main cabin. Removable stainless guards for forward dorades.316 SS swim ladder with gray PVC treads mounted on swim platform. SS step with PVC tread mounted on transom. Spars & Rigging Hall Spars carbon fiber mast of pre-preg carbon fiber autoclaved at 80 PSI at 250 deg F. Mast includes double airfoil carbon spreaders, carbon gooseneck, Awlgrip off-white finish, painted black bands, wire runs in conduit, Hall/Antal mainsailJrack with loader and end fittings to accommodate sail maker provided Antal mainsail sliders and/or boltrope. Also included with the mast are; Spartite mast wedge material, offshore tricolor/anchor light, bow and deck light with SS guard andJlag halyard cheek block at masthead and cleat at deck. Hall Spars boom of 6061-T6 aluminum with off-white Awlgrip finish, welded gooseneck fitting, lug for OuikVang internal 12:1 mainsail outhaul with external cleat, bale for mainsheet block and painted black bands. Outboard end to accommodate single line reef to starboard and 2nd clew reef to port. .Hall "J" length carbon fiber whisker pole with 2 bridles and trip line, short track on front of masJ, and two deck mounted retaining clips shipped loose for owner to locate.Navtec continuous rod rigging and N690 style open body turnbuckles with headstay -17 pre-assembled for furling system, backstay -17, uppers -17, intermediates -12, lowers -22.Harken MKIII Unit 2 size furling system with airfoil performance extrusion, corrosion proof spool and drum, tapered torque tube, AirSwivel for reduced weight aloft, cast aluminum Hardcote anodized chafe guard, and all black low stretch New England adjuster line.Hall Rigging package includes; two Technora jib halyards .and one Spectra spinnaker halyard each with Tylaska T-12 SS shackles and flemish eye terminations['2:'1 ',riain halyard of Technora with Wichard #1495 shackl~, XLS Mainsheet and two traveler control adjuster'lines, two XLS-900 Spectra genoa sheets, two Maxibraid taperedSpectra spinnaker sheets, one XLS Dacron spinnaker tack line, single 3/8" Crystalyne checkstays that can beclipped forward when not in use, burgee halyard of white 5/32" Dacron cord. Three reef lines are also included; Tack reef & clew reef #1, together, are one continuous reef line to starboard. Tack reef #2 doubles as cunningham to port. Clew reef #2 is included with it's own dedicated hardware. 2:1 Whisker pole foreguy with Schaefer 504-09 block with snap shackle.Sailtech -17 Long integral hydraulic backstay adjuster. Hall D-30 aluminum Ouik-Vang w/ Harken 30:1 cascading adjuster tackle & powerful stainless return spring to lift boom in light air and support boom with sail furled, eliminating the need for a topping lift.Custom designed 316 SS chainplates, stemhead and backstay tang. Installed Package Options Refrigeration PackageSeafrost Mechanical Refrigeration.Additional Plates & Controls for Freezer Supplementary 11OVAC Shorepower Assist. Supplementary Power PackageAdditional 210 amp Lifeline AGM Battery for total of 630 amps for house banks (location is in lieu of bottom nav station drawer).Heart Freedom 25 Inverter/Charger (in lieu of standard ProMariner 30-3 charger).Heart Echo Charger (to service engine start battery through AC system).Heart Link 2000 Battery Monitor (for (2) house battery banks).Heart Link 10 Battery Monitor (for engine battery). Supplementary Plumbing Package Vacuflush Forward Head. Dockside Water Inlet.Seagull Water Purifier in Galley. Cruising Accessory Package Cockpit Table.Companionway Screens.Espar D5LC heating system with ducting into the two sleeping cabins and main cabin.Lewmar 64CEST Two Speed Electric Primary Winches.UltraSuede or UltraLeather Covered Cushions in Main Cabin (in lieu of standard).Edson Radar Mast Thru-Deck and under-deck mounting platform (for 3.5" diameter mast). Microwave Oven in GalleySea Water Washdown in Anchor Locker.Harken Adjustable Genoa Leads.Many additional photos herehttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1QEllizB6x4FKTe3kGwlbjYaLgJMrQEg8x6PdVtIa14Y/pub Manufacturer Provided Description Great boats don’t happen overnight. Helped by new materials and techniques, they evolve from the joint experiences of designer, builder and owners to become state-of-the-art. J/46 is such a vessel, inheriting the proven hull shape of the J/44, an offshore blue water classic, having won the Fastnet, Sydney-Hobart, NYYC Queen’s Cup and Trans-Atlantic races. J/44 is the only Class of yacht ever to be given its own class start by the Cruising Club of America in the Newport-Bermuda Race. To create the J/46, a foot of sailing length is added for speed; a transom swim/boarding platform for convenience; a carbon fiber mast and low VCG 6.2’ shoal draft keel for more stability; and a resin-infused, composite hull and deck for greater strength. Below decks, the choice was clear, use the same beautifully varnished cherry or teak joiner work, entertainment center and styling so highly acclaimed in our deluxe J/160. J/46 is a maxi-Ditch yacht, the tallest yacht that can fit under the bridges of the Intra-Coastal WWaterway. Yet she is non-intimidating. A high length-to-beam ratio on the waterline of this sea-kindly yacht significantly improves tracking offshore in large waves and makes sail plan balance less critical. J/46 sails with either main or jib only, always responding predictably to a light touch on the helm. Sail power with good stability allows cruising with working jib rather than large genoa. That’s less work for the crew and improved visibility for the person on the helm. J Boats’ unique spinnaker system makes downwind sailing possible for two. A modern asymmetric spinnaker attaches to the top of the anchor roller, is contained within a cockpit-controlled snuffer, and is stored, ready-to-use, in the bow locker. The spinnaker is hoisted to the masthead, 2’ above the headstay intersect, leaving space for the snuffer to shift on a jibe. Jibing is then easy. One simply lets off one spinnaker sheet and pulls in the other.

1978 Hans Christian HC 43

1978 Hans Christian HC 43

$39,900

Warwick, Rhode Island

Year 1978

Make Hans Christian

Model HC 43

Category Sailboats

Length 43'

Posted Over 1 Month

1978 Hans Christian HC 43 “CURRENT PRICE” IS A GUIDE.  ALL OFFERS RESPECTFULLY CONSIDERED. General Description Built at the Ta Shing Yacht Building Company in Taiwan in 1978, the HC 43 is known for the high degree of wood craftsmanship evident throughout the interior and exterior, fit and finish. This is a true offshore capable yacht. The Hans Christian features quality construction with ease of handling, living comfort and general performance in a top-quality cruising sailboat. The hull offers raw speed potential due to long waterlines, a high range of positive stability, and sufficient bow overhang to deflect boarding seas. She features an aft helm that allows for better visibility, and produces a much more sea-kindly motion with less pitching. A canvas dodger is standard and a fixed dodger / deckhouse is optional. The deck has been designed for single-handed sailing. Primary winches are less than a step away from the helmsman. Below decks, the interior features a traditional two-stateroom layout with one head with a shower. Comfortably sleeping eight, this layout provides real comfort for extended living aboard!Actual Condition It is reported that while at its slip, the Hans Christian took on water from a thru hull leak, and sank in about 12' of water. It is also reported some clean-up has been done on this vessel. This will make a great project boat...don't miss this opportunity! * Please inspect carefully for further damage before bidding. EquipmentIn Storage: sails, the steering vane and other hull and equipment parts, including one large bunk cushion, one or more interior locker doors and the dodger and bimini parts, as well as miscellaneous engine spares. A trailer is not included in this sale. Engines Please read Motors and Machinery Disclaimer. Motors and Machinery Disclaimer

1978 Uniflite Valiant 40

1978 Uniflite Valiant 40

$31,000

Charleston, South Carolina

Year 1978

Make Uniflite

Model Valiant 40

Category Sailboats

Length 40'

Posted Over 1 Month

1978 Uniflite Valiant 40 “CURRENT PRICE” IS A GUIDE.  ALL OFFERS RESPECTFULLY CONSIDERED. General Description "The Valiant 40 is a modern classic. Performance has become synonymous with Valiant and in no small way responsible for its success. We proudly boast the fact that a readership poll by SAIL magazine selected the Valiant 40 as the "Offshore Cruiser of the Decade". With proven performance spanning three decades, Valiant Yachts continues to be the choice of serious sailors who sail the oceans of the world. Valiant owners are unanimous in their conviction that their Valiants are exceptional blue-water passage makers." The Valiant 40 has perhaps influenced modern blue water cruiser design more than any other boat. Prior to the Valiant 40, cruising sailboats were synonymous with heavy and slow. The genius that designer Bob Perry brought in the Valiant 40 was to put what was then a modern IOR racing shape under the waterline and match it with a cruising hull above. He built this concept into a boat with the look of a Scandinavian double ender and in doing so help further the American love for traditional double ender that exists to this day. Winning multiple single handed ocean races, it quickly gained a reputation of being a fast and serious ocean going passage-maker. The boat is a regular circum navigator, some claiming perhaps no other cruising boat has logged as many open ocean miles, and in 1997 the Valiant 40 was inducted into the American Sailboat Hall of fame. Actual ConditionThis vessel was in the middle of a complete refit when the owner relocated and could not finish the project. It has been donated and is being sold as-is. The Valiant is known for blisters, caused by the fire retardant resin used in manufacturing, and this boat does have them. The deck and cabin top blisters were ground and filled. Reportedly, after the blisters were repaired the deck and cabin top were coated with primer to protect the epoxy. The surfaces need to cleaned, reprimed and painted. Below the waterline, reportedly the blisters were ground and filled prior to applying barrier coat and bottom paint. Above the waterline there are still blisters to deal with. Hatches, port lights, and ventilation have been updated and replaced. The cabin headliner has been replaced. Some of the interior wood work has been refinished and/or replaced. The Galley: Reported by donor: Like new microwave ovenForce 10 3-Burner Propane ovenNew propane control panel and valve. Propane tubing has been routed but not yet connected. Two 30 lb (NOT the typical 20 lb gas grill type) aluminum propane tanks, with OPD valves, in an aft-mounted propane locker. Propane alarm installed and tested. 110vac refrigeration sys

1962 Sparkman & Stephens 55

1962 Sparkman & Stephens 55

$19,500

Miami, Florida

Year 1962

Make Sparkman & Stephens

Model 55

Category Sailboats

Length 55'

Posted Over 1 Month

1962 Sparkman & Stephens 55 PALMER JOHNSON 55 sailboat project 55 ft Palmer & Johnson, isanti or ashanti Sparkman & Stephens design aluminum magnesium construction no rust. strong hull. What WORKS on the boat:1) original engine and transmission both work very well.2) windlass works very well, fairly new hydraulics added.3) hull is in great condition and VERY strong. Does not need work. What NEEDS TO BE FIXED/ CHANGED1) electricity on board2) plumbing 3) needs sails4) wood floors need to be changed5) overall just cosmetic work needs to be done FINANCING AVAILABLE!!