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1981 J Boats 30

1981 J Boats 30

$22,350

Corpus Christi, Texas

Year 1981

Make J Boats

Model 30

Category Racer Boats

Length 30

Posted Over 1 Month

J30 SAILBOAT 1981 , SAIL # 312 EQUIPMENT LIST New Yanmar Diesel engine model # 2YM15C with antifreeze heat exchanger New transmission new YANMAR control panel with tachometer, hour meter, alarms for low oil pressure, high engine temperature battery and new wiring harness. New motor mounts & exhaust hose with new fuel tank gauge Installed 2007. New Chain Plates, SS bolts, deck repair with West System and Bedding 2014. Removed Jib and Genoa fairlead tracks, drilled out holes, filled with West System painted white 2 part epoxy and re-drilled holes and bedded with 3M5200, 2014. New Harken winches 4 two speed Self-Tailing, installed 2010 New Harken winches 2 single speed for haylards, installed 2010 New Harken Roller Furler with new fore stay S.S. installed 2008. New Harken Windward sheeting traveler system installed 2009. Six New S.S. hand holds installed in the main cabin 2008.. New Raymarine ST60 Speed installed 2008, working good. New Raymarine ST40 Depth installed 2008, working good. New Lowrance 5 in. GPS Chart Plotter 2008, working good. New standing S.S. rigging in. uppers and lowers with new spreaders installed 2010 New main & genoa halyards installed 2009 New spinnaker halyard installed 2013. New forward Lewmar Ocean Series hatch with screen installed 2009. New small hatch Lewmar Ocean Series over head installed 2009. New electrical panel Blue Sea Systems with 13 circuits and digital volt meter. Installed with new wiring to batteries and lights 2009. New Navigation lights LED port and starboard & stern standard light 2009. Mast head Navigation, anchor light & spreader foredeck light work good. New four cabin lights installed 2009. Secondary electrical battery meters work good. Two new batteries installed 2012. The Four cabin window can open when wanted for good ventilation and seal good when closed. All Safety Stanchions repaired or replaced and new safety lines. 2010. New Safety boarding gate on Port side. 2010. Now two port and starboard. New Dodger blue Sombra material with S.S. tubing, can be removed easily, 2012. Cockpit Bimony blue, removable 2009. New dual battery charger, Charge Pro, installed 2012. New Harken Lazy Jacks installed 2009. Boom Kicker installed 2009 New J30 Boom complete with outhaul & Jiffy Reefing installed 2010. New Harken Genoa & Jib Adjustable fairlead Cars (2) 2010. New Marine Stereo with CD player with speakers with water proof enclosure installed 2010. New wooden Folding center Cabin table, can be lifted out, 2009. Microwave oven works good. 2009 120 VAC 5000BTU air conditioner works good. 2009. New TV, LCD High Def. with wall mount & HD antenna installed 2010. New Magma propane grill with cover and rail mount 2010. Never used. New propane storage bag. 2010. New Non-Pressurized Alcohol single burner Stove 2009. Used Once. I do not like it. Poor heat. Tiller Pilot and tiller fitting work good. New Tiller & tiller cover 2009. Spare Tiller in boat. New EA handle grip adjustable length tiller extension 2010. New FlexoFold Prop. With Positive gear blades 2010. New Cutlass Bearing 2011. Prop shaft seal packing replaced 2011. Four person Emergency Life Raft in good condition. Anchor Danforth with 10 ft. chain & 200 ft. line. In good condition. Two new anchor line bags, with spare anchor line. Cockpit halyard line bag and stern bag over engine control panel 2012. Stern Telescoping boarding ladder S.S. installed new 2009. Three Fire Extinguishers in two new 2013. Safety Flares in good condition. Stainless Steel nylon covered safety jacklines 26 ft. each side. 2008. New Rudder Class legal Oct. 2013, painted with Interprotect 2000E and Pettit Trinidad SR anti-fouling paint each 2 coats and polish. First Aid Kit. Yellow horse shoe man overboard ring, stanchion bracket and line 2007. Man overboard pole and flag. New man overboard life sling & rail mounting bag 2011. Four vest type life jackets. USCG approved. Four pull over life jackets. USCG approved. New Rule Automatic Bilge Pump with control switch & fuse installed 2012. New Standard Horizon Fixed mounted VHF installed 2012. Existing manual Gusher bilge pump works good. Added special PropSpeed paint preparation to Flexo-fold folding prop. And prop. Shaft in April 2013. PROP Works GREAT keeping growth off and folding smoothly. New galley manual Whale foot pump installed 2009. New manual hand pump for sink in head installed 2010. Raritan PHC manual head rebuilt with new parts, works good 2011. Barometer Brass on main bulkhead in cabin 2009 Clock Brass on main bulkhead in cabin 2009. All thru hull fittings in good condition. Three large bumpers and 4 smaller bumpers with 7 dock lines in good condition. Two Boat hooks aluminum. One is adjustable. Many spare dock lines. SAILS LIST UK/H Mainsail Dacron with slugs new 2011 in new condition. Fast Sail. UK/H Jib 100% Dacron fits roller furler (R/F) 2010 in new condition. Fast Sail North Sails Jib 100% Dacron fits R/F in Good condition. 2005 CCSails Jib 90% Dacron fits roller furler 2007 in New condition. CCSails Jib 80% Dacron fits R/F 2008 in New condition. Banks Sails Genoa 150% Pentex fits R/F 2007 in Good condition. North Sails Genoa 165 % Dacron 2006 in fair condition. Owner has never used the sail. Too much wind in Corpus Christi! North Sails Genoa #2, 140% fits R/F in fair condition. North Sails Genoa #2, 140% fits R/F in fair condition. CCSails Mainsail Dacron with slugs with repairs in fair condition. North Sails Mainsail Dacron with slugs CUT DOWN to first reef points, fair cond. CCSails Mainsail cover in good condition. North Sails Spinnaker 1.5 oz in good condition. North Sails Spinnaker .75 oz in good condition. Spinnaker pole aluminum with new rigging 2010. Spinnaker halyard & spin. Pole (up & down) controls at the mast. 2010 Harken mainsail Cunningham controls 2009 Harken boom Vang in good condition. 2007 Bottom Job and new Pettit Trinidad SR antifauling paint May 2013. Harken mainsheet blocks and line 6 to 1 purchase in good condition. 2013. Harken spinnaker stanchion Triming blocks with jam cleats and control lines 2009. Genoa sheets two sets (black & white) and spinnaker sheets in good condition.. Two yellow diesel fuel jerry cans in plastic 5 gals. Each. 2009 Many paper charts of Gulf of Mexico and around Corpus Christi north to Houston & south to Port Mansfield, TX. 2009 & 2010 Fifty ft. 120VAC shore power cord 30 amps. In good condition. New Male 30 amp. 120 VAC connector with new cover installed in cockpit 2010. Three double 120 VAC plug in main cabin. On Cirt. Breakers All working OK. Spare Yanmar engine parts and tools. Yanmar engine manual. Two winch handles Air Horn, Brass Bell Cabin cushions in Good condition. Forward double cushions, 2 quarter berth cushions have been stored off the boat in owner's home. Sun Shade unit for over the boom in cockpit that owner uses at dock or anchor in blue. Wooden Oar long shaft for Emergency rudder if needed 2009. Fire & CO gas detector installed in main cabin near the engine. 2011. New main cabin bunk Lee Cloths installed Oct. 2013. New varnish on main cabin and head floor June 2013. Installed NEW Class Legal rudder June 2013. Moved Harken Traveler to standard position at front of cockpit June 2013, new SST bolts and bedding. Added new higher foot stops on port and starboard side of cockpit seats, June 2013. Work GREAT. Removed 2 jib and 2 genoa tracks, drilled out holes, filled with West System, sanded , cleaned track area, painted area under tracks with Pettit 2 part epoxy white paint, re-drilled holes, added new bolts where needed and bedding holes with 3M4200 sealer. May 2014. Sanded & cleaned, cabin top, cabin sides, deck, cockpit, painted some trim areas, cabin sides and inside cockpit with Pettit 2 part epoxy paint 2 coats. June 2014 Painted rest of deck with KIWI-GRIP nonskid paint. Three gallons of paint used. Most areas 2 coats. July & Aug. 2014. The owner continually updates and adds quality enhancements. As seen from the pics, the owner has some "punch list" clean up items as a result of applying the KIWI-GRIP product. Nothing some steady TLC can't resolve. This awesome J30 has sailed in two REGATTAS this year, and the owner races her usually twice a month. If the owner were to keep the boat, he would plan on replacing the hose containing the rope packing gland that encases the prop shaft....he says he would do this sometime in 2016 or 2017. Otherwise, this boat is sail-ready! This boat, per the owner, is and remains ready to sail! Stock #046356 She Loves to race...she especially loves to win !! If you are in the market for a racer, look no further than this 1981 J Boats 30, just reduced to $22,350 (offers encouraged). This sailboat is located in Corpus Christi, Texas and is in decent condition. She is also equipped with a Yanmar engine that has only 74 hours.

38' 1976 Blue Water Boats Ingrid 38 Cutter

38' 1976 Blue Water Boats Ingrid 38 Cutter

$24,900

Tacoma, Washington

Year -

Make -

Model -

Category -

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Posted Over 1 Month

Please call owner Becky at 573-330-6849. Boat is in Tacoma, Washington. For sale, 1976 Ingrid 38 Cutter Sailboat. Priced for immediate sale. Perfect project for a sailor interested in building a legendary blue water sailboat. We purchased her for 25,700 two years ago, with lots of work to be done. Many hours have gone into cleaning the boat and getting her to a state where a new interior could be constructed. The interior has been stripped to the bare bulkheads, and is in the process of getting a refit, but circumstances are forcing us to leave the state and we must sell immediately. The boat is currently on the hard with the mast unstepped at Hylebos Marina. Kharma has a current survey Sept 2013, and still has all of the equipment that we bought her with, to include some new equipment like a three burner gimbaled stove. Kharma's solid points Solid hull,mast, standing rigging, sails, and motor. All of the necessary pieces of hardware for the running rigging traveler, blocks, fairleads, etc are all with the boat, and ready to be custom set for single hand sailing. Wooden mast and boom are both solid and rot free. sails include North Sail Roller Jib, Inner staysail, and Main. The motor 38 hp Yanmar was put in in 2003, and only has around 500 hours on it, barely broke in. Kharma has a new Garmin RadarSonar Chartplotter system that had been installed, and includes depthfinder, hull speed indicator, and anemometer. Right now Kharma sits as a blank canvas for someone to finish. The motor, sails, and rigging alone are worth as much as the asking price, and that price doubled again in wood and fiberglass could easily produce a world class sailing vessel worth 60-80K. Another bonus is that there is no deeper to dig to find any unexpected problems, the whole interior and exterior of the vessel is visible. The only rot on the deck has been uncovered and is an area of about 16"x16", and should be an easy fix. As she sits now, she is basically in the same condition that she would have been delivered from the factory Complete hull and rigging with a bare interior to be finished by the sailor.

1926 Herreshoff AIDA

1926 Herreshoff AIDA

$250,000

Mystic, Connecticut

Year 1926

Make Herreshoff

Model AIDA

Category Cruiser Boats

Length 34'

Posted Over 1 Month

1926 Herreshoff AIDA For an enjoyable read, and to gain an understanding of what this yacht is, please read: AIDA, N.G.Herreshoff's Finest Shallow Draft Yawl,  by Maynard Bray.   Comments below are from Steve Corkery, who managed the last sale of AIDA: The classic wooden boat field is small and most everyone involved with these boats knows or at least is knowledgeable about every one else. When AIDA was sold the fact that the owner, seller, restorer, broker, and sail maker all had known each other, worked together, and mostly sailed together before was really fortunate. When and if you have this combination in your dealings you are one lucky person. This is what I had when AIDA was last sold.. Now add to that one of N.G. Herreshoff's nicest sailing shoal draft boats ever designed and built, and you have a true historic masterpiece. This is AIDA, nothing more has to be said.

1968 15 FOOT CHRIS CRAFT CAVALIER RUNABOUT BOAT GREY MARINE INBOARD

1968 15 FOOT CHRIS CRAFT CAVALIER RUNABOUT BOAT GREY MARINE INBOARD

$1,800

Sugarloaf, Pennsylvania

Year 1968

Make CHRIS CRAFT

Model CAVALIER

Category Runabout Boats

Length 15.0

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HELLO,WHAT WE HAVE HERE IS A CHRIS CRAFT CAVALIER PROJECT BOAT. THIS HAS A SMALL GRAY MARINE FOUR CYLINDER ENGINE. THIS BOAT IS AN AMBITIOUS PROJECT BUT WOULD BE BREATH TAKING WHEN SHE IS DONE. IT IS MISSING THE PROP AND THE WINDSHIELD. LET ME SAY IT AGAIN, THIS IS AN AMBITIOUS PROJECT! HOWEVER, OTHER THAN THE PROP AND THE WINDSHIELD SHE IS BASICALLY COMPLETE. THE TRAILER IS NOT ROAD WORTHY IN MY OPINION AS THE TONGUE IS ROTTED AND THE TIRES ARE VERY OLD. HOWEVER I HAVE MOVED IT AROUND MY PROPERTY WITH THE TRAILER. WHEN I PURCHASED THIS, I HAULED THE BOAT AND TRAILER ON THE BACK OF MY F350 ROLLBACK...I PURCHASED THIS A FEW YEARS BACK WITH THE INTENTION OF RESTORING IT, AND OTHER THAT A LITTLE ENGINE TINKERING AND SOME PARTS SQUIRRELING I HAVE NEVER REALLY DONE ANYTHING TO IT. IT REALLY IS A SIN, AS SHE DESERVES A BETTER FUTURE THAN WHAT I CAN GIVE HER. I PERSONALLY THINK SHE IS OLDER THAN 1968 AND I THINK THE ENGINE IS WAY OLDER THAN THE BOAT. ACCORDING TO MY RESEARCH THE ENGINE IS FROM ABOUT 1945 AND WAS USED IN SMALL SAIL BOATS. I HAVE A FEW MORE GRAY MARINE FOUR CYLINDER ENGINE/TRANSMISSION UNITS THAT ARE MUCH BETTER SUITED FOR THIS THAT I MIGHT BE PERSUADED TO SELL. I DO HAVE A CLEAN, PENNSYLVANIA TITLE FOR THIS IN MY NAME! THE TITLE SAYS 1968 CHRIS CRAFT 15 FOOT INBOARD WOOD HULL CONSTRUCTION. TITLE IS TRANSFERABLE! PLEASE LOOK AT PICTURES AS THEY ARE CLEAR. IF YOU LIKE WOODEN BOATS LIKE I DO, THIS IS A GREAT CHANCE TO GET INTO ONE. DON'T BE SHY, MAKE AN OFFER! THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS. DON 5709563338. I CAN DELIVER WITHIN REASON FOR A FEE AND I AM MORE THAN WILLING AND ABLE TO HELP LOAD ON YOUR TRAILER! HAVE A NICE DAY AND THANK YOU FOR LOOKING!

2007 Gulet Ketch

2007 Gulet Ketch

$1,308,132

Clearwater, Florida

Year 2007

Make Gulet

Model Ketch

Category -

Length 138'

Posted 1 Month Ago

2007 Gulet Ketch A Gulet (Turkish pronunciation: [ulet]) is a traditional design of a two-masted or three-masted wooden sailing vessel (the most common design has two masts) from the southwestern coast of Turkey, particularly built in the coastal towns of Bodrum, Marmaris and Fethiye. Traditional Turkish Gulets have been built by inspiring from the ancient Ottoman coast boats. However, in last 30 years these boats have started to be designed for blue cruises. These yachts sail through the beautiful coasts of Aegean & Mediterranean Region and have a special design with its engines and canvas for cruise. Although they have all the comfort of the modern life, it still reminds us the ancient time yachts with its high sails, esthetical design and the golden yellow handmade decoration. The unique design of the Gulets brings the comfort with it. Gulets are built by craftsmen and they all are hand-made. In the Aegean Region they have been made of the wood of pine, chestnut, teak and mahogany trees for years in shipyards. This gulet named SEYHAN CANN has been built using the best teak and mahogany materials available in a traditional style.  Decks are spacious and cabins are comfortable with en-suite facilities. She was refurbished in 2016 and major improvements were made to the decks and the cabins. The large decks have been designed with space, comfort and relaxation in mind. It is ready to go cruising today........   General Specifications                                Category: Ketch Gulet Year Built:  2007 Refit: 2016 Length : 42 meters Beam: 8.5 meters Engine: 2x450 HP Volvo Speed: 12 knots Generator: 2 x 42kw   Accommodation Total Cabins: 10+2 The Cabins have teak floors, ceilings and fittings with mahogany walls. The bathrooms are tastefully designed and have a WC, hand basin and a fitted shower. The saloon is air-conditioned and tastefully furnished. Please view the Full Specifications and Videos so that you can get a full idea of her.

2007 Gulet Ketch

2007 Gulet Ketch

$1,307,668

Clearwater, Florida

Year 2007

Make Gulet

Model Ketch

Category -

Length 138'

Posted 1 Month Ago

2007 Gulet Ketch A Gulet (Turkish pronunciation: [ulet]) is a traditional design of a two-masted or three-masted wooden sailing vessel (the most common design has two masts) from the southwestern coast of Turkey, particularly built in the coastal towns of Bodrum, Marmaris and Fethiye. Traditional Turkish Gulets have been built by inspiring from the ancient Ottoman coast boats. However, in last 30 years these boats have started to be designed for blue cruises. These yachts sail through the beautiful coasts of Aegean & Mediterranean Region and have a special design with its engines and canvas for cruise. Although they have all the comfort of the modern life, it still reminds us the ancient time yachts with its high sails, esthetical design and the golden yellow handmade decoration. The unique design of the Gulets brings the comfort with it. Gulets are built by craftsmen and they all are hand-made. In the Aegean Region they have been made of the wood of pine, chestnut, teak and mahogany trees for years in shipyards. This gulet named SEYHAN CANN has been built using the best teak and mahogany materials available in a traditional style.  Decks are spacious and cabins are comfortable with en-suite facilities. She was refurbished in 2016 and major improvements were made to the decks and the cabins. The large decks have been designed with space, comfort and relaxation in mind. It is ready to go cruising today........   General Specifications                                Category: Ketch Gulet Year Built:  2007 Refit: 2016 Length : 42 meters Beam: 8.5 meters Engine: 2x450 HP Volvo Speed: 12 knots Generator: 2 x 42kw   Accommodation Total Cabins: 10+2 The Cabins have teak floors, ceilings and fittings with mahogany walls. The bathrooms are tastefully designed and have a WC, hand basin and a fitted shower. The saloon is air-conditioned and tastefully furnished. Please view the Full Specifications and Videos so that you can get a full idea of her.

1956 Concordia 41

1956 Concordia 41

$59,500

Mattapoisett, Massachusetts

Year 1956

Make Concordia

Model 41

Category Sloop Sailboats

Length 41

Posted Over 1 Month

This boat has been carefully maintained the last 36 years by someone who knows wooden boats and what is necessary to keep them in pristine condition. No expense has been spared to keep nature and the environment at bay. She is ready to set sail on your next adventure with full confidence! Stock #093583 One of the six Concordia 41's originally sloop rigged! If you are in the market for a sloop, look no further than this 1956 Concordia 41, just reduced to $59,500 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Mattapoisett, Massachusetts and is in great condition. She is also equipped with a Westerbeke Diesel engine. Reason for selling is age & changing interests, would like to pass her on to the next caretaker.

sailboat

sailboat

$32,000

Miami Beach, Florida

Year 1991

Make Beneteau

Model -

Category -

Length -

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ngine hours (total): 500 length overall (LOA): 39 make / manufacturer: Beneteau propulsion type: sail year manufactured: 1991 length overall (LOA): 39 make / manufacturer: 1991 Beneteau Oceanis 390 propulsion type: sail year manufactured: 1991 Beneteau oceanis 390 owners version building 1991 powered by Universal diesel very good and clean boatThe BENETEAU Oceanis 390 (39')Owner's Version (Special Layout Design) is the two cabin layout, two head arrangement with separate walk in shower, A large L-Shaped sofa and large folding teak table, galley is to starboard entering from the cockpit, there is also a starboard entrance to the aft cabin, there is a large double berth, a sit down navigation station then aft a head, the main salon is very light and features center line teak table drop-leaf with L-shaped convertible settee at starboard, going forward the head is also starboard with hanging locker to port. The spacious salon is large enough for everyone. Boats for Sale Search YachtWorld United States (change) 1991 Beneteau Oceanis 390 Owners Version Boat Name NOBLE AMBITIONS Specs Builder: Beneteau Dimensions LOA: 39 ft 0 in Beam: 13 ft 5 in LWL: 36 ft 8 in Maximum Draft: 4 ft 6 in Bridge Clearance: 54 ft 5 in Engines Engine 1: Engine Brand: Universal Year Built: 1991 Engine Model: 3m20 Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel Engine Hours: 568 Tanks Fresh Water Tanks: (40 Gallons) Fuel Tanks: (45 Gallons) Holding Tanks: (1 Gallons) Accommodations Number of twin berths: 2 Number of cabins: 2 Number of heads: 2 Layout & Accommodations Salon: Headroom: 6'5 Lockers under berths with rigid water tank (40 gal.) Table with fiddlers, bottle rack Anodized aluminum mast support Deck liner with wooden panels, access to mast wires, sliding shutters Opening deck hatch Opening port in coach house Fixed porthole Bar and shelf along the hull Fluorescent light above table Cushions and backrests with removable covers Grab rail Teak and holly floorboards Forward Cabin: Double bed Lockers on the hull Stowing space under berth Seat with stowing space Shelf, drawer & mirror Hanging locker Two fixed ports Ventilation through dorade Ceiling light Two reading lights Curtains Wooden paneling and vinyl lining Forward head: Formica laminated bulkhead Marine toilet with holding tank Stowage with mirror and door Wash basin with hot and cold pressurized water with shower Opening deck hatch Ventilation through dorade Fluorescent light Accessories: glass with holder, towel holders, toilet paper holder Aft cabin: Double bed Shelf along the hull Hanging locker with mirror Vanity Drawer Settee with stowage Two opening ports on coach roof and cockpit Ceiling lamps Reading lamps Ventilation through dorade Access to back of engine, stern gland, engine water intake and electrical bilge pump Aft marine head with separate stall water Aft head: White Formica laminated bulkhead USCG Marine head with holding tank Washbasin with hot and cold pressurized water Mirror & Shelves Stowing space under washbasin Opening port Fixed port in hull Ceiling light Ventilation through dorade box Accessories: glass with holder, towel holders, toilet paper holder Separate shower Galley The well ventilated functional galley will bring out the cook in everyone. Designed for extended cruising, this vessel offers a large refrigerator/icebox, 3 burner stove with oven and hot &cold pressurized water, stainless steel sinks and stowage space. Hot/Cold pressure water in showers and galley, Immersion Heater & Calorifier , 12v Refrigerator , Cooker/Oven/Grill, Radio (VHF), Cockpit cushions, Showers with self-activated pump-out Electronics & Navigation Chart table with stowing space for charts Shelves under chart table Bookshelf Panel for navigation instruments Electronic panel, 16 functions, hinged for easy access to wiring Fluorescent light Chart reading light Electrical, Power & Plumbing 12v / 120v including shore supply, Hot/Cold pressure water in showers and galley , Immersion Heater & Calorifier , 12v Refrigerator , Cooker/Oven/Grill , Radio CD-Player ,Speakers in saloon and cockpit (with fader), Showers with electric pump-out Deck & Equipment Bow stemhead fitting with anchor roller, fast track attachment, and 2 fairleads with built-in rollers (patented) Self bailing anchor well with mooring eye Mechanical windlass One opening hatch for lighting and ventilation of front cabin and head Pulpit with navigation lights Opening aft push pit with horseshoe buoy support and teak flag pole Anodized aluminum toe rail with 4 fair heads in-corporating built-in rollers (patented), 2 aft and 2 amidships Stainless steel profiled stanchions Double s/s lifelines with opening gates Four dorades with s/s guards Genoa tracks with adjustable car Two teak grabrails Mainsail traveler with adjustable car One winch Lewmar 30 S/T or equivalent for main sheet with cleat One winch Lewmar 30S/T or equivalent for main halyard and reefing lines Two Footblocks Two Lewmar 46 S/T (or equivalent) genoa sheet winches with cleat Four blocks for reefing lines with jammers Two genoa turning blocks Slatted teak seating in cockpit Cockpit table Teak cockpit grating Steering wheel (leather covered) with pedestal compass Two sail lockers with life raft storage in cockpit One gas bottle locks One bathing platform, teak laid, with 2 lockers Rubber protection at base of transom S/s chain plates for shroud, forestay, baby stay and backstay One winch handle holder One double action manual bilge pump One aft self-bailing anchor well One aft anchor roller Swim ladder Companionway step/locker Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android

1948 Luders 16

1948 Luders 16

$15,000

Youngstown, New York

Year 1948

Make Luders

Model 16

Category Sloop Sailboats

Length 26'

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1948 Luders 16 Complete Refinish Winter 2015/16:Topsides and Deck Painted WhiteNew Navy Blue Boot StripeFresh Anti-fouling Bottom PaintAll Exterior Wood Stripped, Sanded, and Recoated with 7 layers of finishResealed Hull to Keel JointFilled low spots on keel before repaintingBeautiful refinish of Purple Heart Cockpit WoodTiller RefinishedMast and Boom RefinishedToe Rails RefinishedAbout the Luders 16:  The L16 is sloop-rigged sailboat. The "L" is for the designer, A. E. (Bill) Luders, and the sixteen represents the waterline length of the boat.L16s are twenty-six feet long overall and have a working sail area of 207 square feet. The boats have a small cuddy cabin with sitting headroom and, optionally, two berths for spartan overnight accommodations.Production wooden L16s were built in the post-World War II years by Luders Marine. The hulls were hot-molded from five one-eighth inch plys of mahogany. In the sixties and seventies, fiberglass reproductions were built by International Plastics Corporation, then by Midwest Marine and Easterly Yachts. In all, close to 300 L16s were produced.

2 Sunfish Sailboats & Double Deck Trailer fully equipped ready to be sailed.

2 Sunfish Sailboats & Double Deck Trailer fully equipped ready to be sailed.

$2,795

Lititz, Pennsylvania

Year -

Make Alcort X 2

Model Sunfish

Category Daysailer Sailboats

Length 14.0

Posted Over 1 Month

2 Sunfish Sailboats + Double Deck Trailer that are fully equipped to be sailed. Boat Descriptions – Boat 1 is a 1972 Sunfish with a blue deck & blue white stripped sail with metal halyard pulley & metal bailer. Boat 2 is a 1982 Sunfish with a white deck with orange trim and markings. It has a red/white and yellow/orange sail. See pictures. Both have all wooden mahogany daggerboards and rudder/ tiller assemblies and as you can see in photos. The rudder blades are reinforced and have metal cheek plates.Each boat has had a swivel jam cleat added to control the mainsheet. The boats have been stored under a roof since 1984 when we purchased them. They were sailed on freshwater lake only. The trailer has new tires with a spare and has been rigged to haul 2 boats with a tube for sail and mast storage. Also included is a lightweight dolly to transport the boats short distances to the water. This allows for easy launching without having to back the trailer down a boat ramp into the water. Price $2,795 by Paypal only. LOCAL PICKUP ONLY about 35 miles south of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Buyer pays all transfer fees. Buyer must be pre-approved. Just send questions and/or request through ebay's message system and I will pre-approve you to buy.

AMF Alcort Sunfish Sailboat with extras

AMF Alcort Sunfish Sailboat with extras

$2,000

Danbury, Connecticut

Year 1982

Make AMF Alcort

Model Sunfish

Category -

Length 13.9

Posted Over 1 Month

Used 1982 AMF Alcort Sunfish Sailboat with ExtrasModel: AMF99536M82D This Sunfish was manufactured in December of 1982 in a line of Sunfish manufactured from 1969-1986 by AMF. This boat has only been used in freshwater and has spentmost of its life sitting in a garage between the times itwas used. This listing will include:1982 AMF Alcort Sunfish Sailboat with all parts and accessoriesDaggerboard Dolly w/ wooden stand 2 x blue flotation cushions I will rate all Sunfish Equipment to the best of my ability: Sunfish Hull: 8/10 - still retains original clear coat shinehas a few scuffs and scratches, and has a small paintchip behind the bailer as pictured. Underside has beenbeautifully kept with light scratching but, in overall good shape Lateen Mainsail: 8/10- Sail has 3 small rips as pictured, upper and lower boom are in great shape along with gooseneck mast ring all in good shape. The Mast is in great shape as well, but one sail set is missing. All rigging is included as pictured. Wooden Kick up Rudder and Daggerboard: 9/10 - Both in excellent100% working order. Daggerboard has spring lock in tact and the kick up rudder actually works and is spring loaded. Daggerboard Dolly: Just freshly packed grease into tires , makes iteasy for one person to move the Sunfish around for beach use or self launching. Also has a wooden stand for garage storage. Overall I rate this boat an 8/10 based on its age and condition,you don't really find these boats in this good of condition every day.Hoping it lands in good hands and is used for enjoyment and continuesto be as well maintained as it was in my family. This Sunfish will be pickup-only from Danbury, CT. Pretty central to NY, NJ, RI, MA. Buyer can fully inspect all items before purchase upon pickup.

33' 1978 Yorktown Sailboat

33' 1978 Yorktown Sailboat

$27,900

Stockton, California

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Please call owner John at 916-765-5874. Boat is in Stockton, California. Yorktown Yachts • Built in Wilmington, CA Long Beach area • Sloop rig • LOA 34’4’, LWL 32’6” • Beam 11’6” • Draft 6’6” • Bulb type keel with 3000 lead topped off with concrete to below the bottom of the keel. No keel bolts required on most boats • Rack and pinion to a skeg hung rudder • Displacement 11 tons • Aluminum spars • Last hauled out 2015, bottom painted by Ladds Marine,topside painted • All lines lead aft for single handed sailing Engine • Perkins 4.108, 49hp diesel with service manual • Engine is easily accessible for service as covers are removable • 39 gallon fuel tank • 3 blade brass propeller Electronics and Navigation • 4 Trojan sealed 6 V-AGM batteries • Increased capacity alternator • Raytheon ST4000 autopilot • Raymarine ST40 Bi-data fathometer • Standard Horizon HX8505 Handheld VHFGPS • Xantrex TrueCharge 20 amp Battery Charger • Xantrex pro XM1800 110VAC Inverter • Clarion Bose stereo, DVD, Flat screen TV with external antenna • Two-110 v Dock cords • Cockpit gauges with oil temp, voltage, tachometer,engine hours and fuel • Wind speed indicator • Easy access electrical control panels in main cabin • Compass Sail Inventory and ground tackle • New Somerset sails, used 3 times Main, 110 Jib Profurl furling system • Spinnaker pole • New only used once Lewmar Pro 1000h windless with on/off control switch in main cabin • CQR anchor mounted on bow with 150’ 516 galvanized chain • 22 stern Delta Anchor with 50’ 516 chain plus 200’ 916 line • Two Top Action ratchet winches, one winch handle • Steering pedestal with 36” leather covered Stainless Steel steering wheel Interior • Galley to port with Nav-station to starboard with seating at end of quarter birth • Main salon with 4-6 person dining table • Dinette converts into large double bed using custom cushions •Spacious V Berth 6’ x 6’ • V-Berth walls have tongue and groove wood as insulation •Quarter berth to starboard • Custom made cushions in main salon • One hanging locker to starboard • Linen closet to starboard next to hanging closet • Enclosed head with H C running water • Electric flush marine toilet with macerator to holding tank and “Y” valve • Vanity area in head with stainless steel sink, teak tooth brush and cup holder, towel bar, mirror and storage below and to port, hot/cold faucet converts to shower head • Refrigeration 12v • Microwave 110v • 11 Gallon Stainless Steel hot water heater 110v • Double Stainless Steel sink in galley with hot/cold 12v water system • 32 gal water tank • 3 burner propane gimbaled stove/oven including LPG remote Control Safety System • Storage cabinet space below sink • 12v Clarion Bose stereo, 110v DVD, Flat screen TV with external antenna • Three LED ceiling lights,one Nav light over station, two flexible mounted lights to bulkhead • Kitchen service including dishes and silverware Deck and Additional • Full dodger with snap on off window cover. Windows unzip for easy removal • Bimini with see through window attaches to dodger and standing rigging • Stainless steel grab rails on top of dodger, port and starboard • Dock water tank fill, port side forward • Fuel tank fill is port, adjacent to cockpit • Dock 110v power hook-up is starboard near dodger • Cocktail fold-down wooden table, drink holders under a canvas cover • Folding ladder • Lazarette storage, cockpit port side, for auxiliary items, i.e. fenders, ladder, extra line… • Solid canvas shade cloth for cockpit coverage with support tubing • Life jackets • Easy access ignition key and kill switch in cockpit • Propane BBQ with matching blue canvas cover • Man overboard lift • Throw horseshoe •LPG storage in aft lazarette • Boat hook is attached topside starboard midship • Coat Guard pack •Custom cockpit seat cushions • 6 hp Johnson outboard motor with matching blue cover • 8’ West Marine rubber dingy with matching blue canvas cover • Slip available

Rhodes Bantam #1381 Sailboat, 14.5 ft. Mahogany. Restored 2008

Rhodes Bantam #1381 Sailboat, 14.5 ft. Mahogany. Restored 2008

$2,995

Island, Kentucky

Year 1966

Make -

Model -

Category -

Length 14.5

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Rhodes Bantam 14-foot of Honduran mahogany and African sapele plywood. A classic racing dinghy with lovely bronze hardware and wooden mast. Hull #1381, designed by Phillip Rhodes and built 2/1966 by Bill Kallusch Boats of Sodus Point N.Y.. This boat saw several years at Sodus bay (Lake Ontario) in New York. Later she was moved to Lake Champlain in Vermont for many years. She has sailed Kentucky Lake since 2006, infrequently of late due to owner being 28 years older than the boat... Restoration was completed in early 2008 included replacement of nearly all of the structural mahogany. Full treatment with CPES epoxy and 3M-5200 sealant allows the prospect of another 49 years of service. Three sails: main, jib and spinnaker all in excellent condition. Also included is a galvanized trailer. Boat is complete and ready to sail beautifully. Built for crew of two, with solo sailing accommodated. Hull is varnished inside and painted outside. The boat can be easily trailed as one person can lift and step the wooden mast. A great performing boat with beautiful traditional touches.

Rebel 16 Mark II Sailboat with Aluminum Trailer

Rebel 16 Mark II Sailboat with Aluminum Trailer

$999

Angola, Indiana

Year -

Make -

Model -

Category Daysailer Sailboats

Length 16.6'

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Stable fiberglass sailing boat carries six people (or 1170 pounds). Includes trailer, full rigging, and TWO suits of sails. One suit of sails is in like new condition, the other set is in very good condition. Serial number 1929 (built in late sixties to early seventies I believe). The centerboard swings up into the cockpit, so you can change the depth to dock in shallow water. The rudder also swivels up if it hits an obstruction. The trolling motor in the photos is not included. There is, however a permanent motor mount on the stern. The boat will take up to a 5hp motor, but my 30lb. thrust trolling motor drives it around just fine. The boat is located on West Otter Lake, Angola, IN. Buyer with the selling price in cash or Pay Pal payment can drive it away. (Trailer takes an 1 7/8" ball hitch.) The following article from Sailing Magazine gives a great description of Rebel sailboats. You can access the original on SailingMagazine.net. Rebel 16 2008 January 8 By Staff This nimble and tough classic is perfect for a daysail or a day of racing This year the boat that holds claim to being America's first production fiberglass one-design will celebrate its 60th birthday. That the boat is still in production makes this milestone that much more remarkable. In 1948, fresh out of the Navy, Ray Greene began building a 16-foot family daysailer out of his Toledo, Ohio, shop using a revolutionary new material called fiberglass. The design of the boat was based on lines drawn by a local high school drawing instructor by the name of Alvin Younquist. With its wide, 6-foot, 7-inch beam and 110-pound steel centerboard the stable little boat known as the Rebel soon became a hit on the Midwest's inland lakes. And while Greene said he never intended to create a racer, thanks to the boat's performance-courtesy of a large 120-square-foot main and 46-square-foot jib on a fractional rig-it wasn't long before a competitive structure was built around the boat. By 1952 a class association had been firmly established and by 1963 the class boasted 138 active members. Not bad. Fleets started popping up across the Midwest, south into Kentucky and all the way down to Texas. Meanwhile, class members could be found sailing the inland lakes of the Eastern Seaboard from New York to Florida. After 25 years of building the Rebel, with more than 3,000 hulls produced, Greene was ready to call it quits and sold the works to a group of Chicago investors. Production of the Rebel continued at a steady pace during the 1970s, and was done under a number of names: Melling Tool Co., Rebel Industries and finally Spindrift One Designs. After Spindrift folded, the Rebel moved to Michigan in 1988 when Nickels Boat Works of Fenton took over with the production of the Mark V model. Nickels continues to build the Rebel, offering buyers a choice of a daysailer version for $9,860 or the optimum racing version for $11,872 less sails and trailer. A stainless steel centerboard now comes standard with the Rebel. Nickels also continues to be a great source for parts and accessories, as well as information, on the Rebel. One tough Rebel While there have been reports of problems with the foam flotation on older boats becoming waterlogged, that has been less of a problem on boats from the 1970s and later. Other than that, a buyer of a used Rebel should find few issues with the condition of this durable little boat. Indeed, boats 25 years and older will still top regatta leaderboards. "They're well made, very rugged boats that will last forever," said Al Vorel, National Rebel Association Commodore, who has been racing the same boat, No. 3914, for almost 20 years. "You don't have to run out every 5 to 10 years to buy a new boat." This is one of the reasons for the longevity of the class. Boats tend to stay in the family, passed down from parent to child, with the younger generations wanting to keep the racing going. "My mother races, and my daughter sometimes races, so there are times we'll have three generations on the course," Vorel said. This also, of course, keeps a lot of boats off the market, and finding a used Rebel can be a bit of a challenge. But thanks to the Internet, it's possible to locate a few sellers. Prices can vary from just under $1,000 for an older boat in need of some work to $3,000 or more for a later model. Buyers can typically expect to pay in the neighborhood of $1,500 for a pre-Nickels-era boat in good shape. We were fortunate enough to find a late 1970s Rebel listed for sale on www.craigslist.org. Better yet, the seller was within trailering distance. The offer on the boat was $1,400, so we drove out to take a look. The boat was well cared for, kept under a roof winters, and showed no structural damage. Other than some algae stains and scuff marks the finish looked good, and all the gear was there, including the main and jib, which the owner said he bought new about seven years ago. We did see some possible issues, including a rusty, pitted centerboard and a wooden rudder that looked to have some rotting. So we offered to pay the full $1,400 if the owner threw in the trailer, which he originally wanted an extra $200 for. The deal was closed and we drove off with the Rebel in tow. Rebel with a cause With the boat parked in our yard the first item of business we wanted to take care of was the rusty centerboard. Nickels offers a stainless steel replacement board, and we could picture how sweet the boat would look with a shiny new stainless fin. Unfortunately, these centerboards run close to $1,000; more than two-thirds the cost of the entire boat. So such an extravagant purchase didn't make much sense. Instead we set about rehabilitating the old board. We removed, with a bit of difficulty, the 110-pound board and set in on sawhorses. The first step was to remove the old paint using paint stripper, then power sanding. We then slathered on some Duro Naval Jelly to remove the rust, wiping down everything with paper towels then finishing up with a clean, acetone-soaked rag. Next, we filled in the pits and hollows with West Marine Surfacing Putty, and sanded everything smooth. We made certain the blade was fair by running a straight edge along the board. We also further faired the rounded leading edge of the board to within the class rule limits, which prohibit tapering less than 1/16th of an inch and more than one inch in from the leading edge. We then primed the board with several coats of Interlux Primocon primer, which when dried we wet sanded with 400-grit paper, and finished with a couple coats of Interlux VC-17m Extra bottom paint. With the centerboard done, we then turned to the rudder. An ice pick determined the wood was beginning to rot near the lower trailing edge. We probably could have rehabilitated the rudder as well, but since we had saved some money by not replacing the centerboard we decided to spring for a new rudder. We opted for a fiberglass blade, supplied by Nickels for $375. This cost covered just the blade, as the original aluminum rudder cheeks and hardware were still in good shape. While we were on the phone with Nickels, we decided to order all new running rigging to replace the weathered lines the boat came with. This included lines for the cunningham, boom vang, centerboard system, as well as sheets and halyards for both main and jib. The total for 112 feet of ¼-inch line and 105 feet of 5/16-inch line came to $100. Next we took a closer look at the standing rigging. The spars showed no defects, and with a bit of metal polish and elbow grease the rotating mast, boom and aluminum whisker pole looked good as new. The 1-by-9 stainless steel shrouds and forestay also showed no visible defects. We did, however, find the diamond stays on the mast to be tuned rather tight. According to the North Sail's One-Design tuning guide for the Rebel, an overly tight diamond can limit fore and aft mast bend, and can even cause negative pre-bend, where the mast bends forward at the tip. Since we want to have a competitive boat, we loosened the diamond tension and will readjust after doing some sea trials. As we said, we ultimately wanted to race our Rebel and didn't want a slow boat. So obviously the 7-year-old suit of sails had to go. This would be our biggest expense, and a new suit of sails would alone exceed the original cost of the boat. A new main and standard jib (a light air jib is also available) from North Sails set us back $1,615, which included $20 for class royalties but not shipping. Certainly this was a blow to our budget, but we rationalized it by thinking about the fun we would be having with some close racing come summer. Our last order of business was getting our bottom clean and smooth. We first scrubbed the hull down with a detergent then wet sanded everything below the rails to a slick surface with 1,200-grit paper. After a rinse and wipe down with the hose and clean towels we were satisfied we had a slick bottom. We finished off by treating all our hardware and moving bits to a little McLube Sailkote spray. We now have what we feel will be a contender on the course for our racing crew of two. Yet, with the roomy Rebel cockpit that can seat six, we're also looking forward to some lazy summer daysailing when friends and family show up. Either way, we'll certainly get our money's worth from this tough but nimble little classic. LOA 16' 1.5" LWL 15' 10" Beam 6' 7.5" Draft 3' 4" Weight 700 lbs, Sail area 166 sq. ft.

14 FOOT PENOBSCOT WOOD SAILING & ROWING DINGY-- NEW CONSTRUCTION CLASSIC BEAUTY

14 FOOT PENOBSCOT WOOD SAILING & ROWING DINGY-- NEW CONSTRUCTION CLASSIC BEAUTY

$7,850

Chesterton, Indiana

Year 2015

Make NEW CONSTRUCTION

Model PENOBSCOT 14

Category -

Length 14.0

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LOOK -- PRICE SUBSTANTIALLY REDUCED IN TIME FOR 2015 SAILING SEASON! PENOBSCOT 14 SAILING (SPRITSAIL) & ROWING DINGYDESCRIPTIONQuestions? Phone me at 312-485-0310 Perfect for the sailor of any age and experience, this Penobscot 14 sailing/rowing dingy is a complete package ready to go NOW! Everything you need to get her to and on the water is included from the simple to setup and easy to use Spritsail rig. She also comes equipped with all lines, Bronze oar lock chocks, two oars and a stem to stern water proof boat cover. The brand new lightweight trailer can be easily towed with a small vehicle, and a two-wheel TRAILER DOLLY is also included so you can easily move the boat/trailer around on land or to the water without hooking it up to the tow vehicle. Completed in January of 2015, this Penobscot 14 is new and has been in the water only once for a shakedown and photography. With bronze fittings and seven coats of the best varnish; her interior, cap rail, breast hook, rudder and transom along with her white epoxy painted hull make a stunning sight and will turn heads wherever you take her. Solid select Cedar and Poplar where used for the interior appointments and the transom is 7/8 inch solid Teak. Her inboard transom has a handsome leaping Orca whale inlay. An inscribed brass builder’s plate has been installed on the aft lip of the breast hook. Leaping dolphin marquetry also adorns the port and starboard broad boards The hull is cold molded utilizing stainless steel fasteners and West system epoxy glue. . Her planking is Mericante BS 1088 marine plywood coated with two coats of penetrating epoxy sealer inside and out prior to painting/varnishing resulting in a strong, light weight and dry hull that will last for generations to come. If these materials and techniques would have been available to the boat builders of old, this is the way they would have done it. THE HULL - PUT TOGETHER TO LAST Built steadfastly to the Arch Davis design, this vessel is reminiscent of traditional wood dinghies of the past Look more closely, however, and you will see the Penobscot incorporates many of the advantages of modern wood boat building. They include: Fore and aft stringers rather than bent frames - This allows for a strong and fair hull that is much easier to clean and refinish when the time comes. Epoxy glued and stainless steel fastened planks throughout requiring no caulking or seam compound -This provides extremely strong, maintenance free and water tight joints throughout the boat Marine grade tropical species plywood (BS1088) used for hull planking rather than solid wood planks - Because of its’ laminated and biased layering, marine plywood is stronger than solid wood planks and will not check, especially at the butts and scarfs. This results in a light weight but sturdy hull. Carefully constructed to provide longevity and ease of maintenance by an experienced, knowledgeable lover of traditional wooden craft; this Penobscot 14 is the third one built by Bob Pauline. Big enough for a family crew of four, Its’ curvaceous lapstrake hull and handsome stained interior is accented with a solid Teak transom, breast hook and cap rail. The thwarts, knees, stern sheet, centerboard and trunk as well as the forward and aft water tight floatation compartments are constructed of select Poplar in place of the specified plywood. There is a round water tight hatch mounted in the bulkhead of the forward and aft floatation compartments that can be removed to allow for ventilation and cleaning. The pivoting retractable centerboard is one piece oak and encapsulated in epoxy. The removable rudder assembly consists of a kick up rudder blade of oak with a laminated Teak and Poplar tiller. It is mounted to the transom with heavy duty Bronze pintles and gudgeons. There is also a rowing station with a set of Bronze top flange oarlock sockets mounted in the backing blocks built into the cap rail. One set of horn type oarlocks are provided as well as a set of Moose Point oars outfitted with handsomely stitched oar leathers and buttons. The entire hull, inside and out, is sealed with two applications of clear penetrating epoxy sealer follow by epoxy prepared with coating hardener. Two coats of epoxy white paint where then applied to the hull exterior. The interior, including the cap rail, received seven coats of high quality marine varnish. With minimal maintenance, the boat will look great for years to come. The hull planking was fastened with counter bored/counter sunk stainless steel screws and epoxy glued. The cedar stem is a nine layer bent lamination and is fitted with a Bronze eye bolt used to attach the 15 foot painter at the bow. The heavy duty keel is capped with a removable cedar worm shoe bedded in tar paper and is easily replaced if damaged in a grounding or by marine worms commonly found in salt water. There are four clear finished Teak badge boards mounted on the shear strake, one on each side of the bow and stern. The hull dimensions are as follows: Length over all (L.O.A.) 14 feet Length at the Water Line (L.W.L.) 12 feet 8 inches Beam 4 feet 6.5 inches Draft Board Up 0 feet 7 inches Board Down 2 feet 6 inches Weight (fully rigged) 175 Pounds (approx) SPARS, STANDING & RUNNING RIGGING & GROUND TACKLE With its’ simple, quick to set up and easy to handle Spritsail rig, this Penobscot flies an ample 73 square feet of sail. The two thirds hollow mast is Douglas Fir and the "snotter pole" (serves as a gaft) is Sitka Spruce. The professionally custom made sail is by Liberty and, it has reefing gourmets though the Spritsail is usually "bastardized" to shorten sail. Everything you need to make the boat ready to sail or row is provided including the main sheet, and eye spliced "snotter" with block and halyard. It takes about five minutes to make the boat ready for a fun day on the water. BOAT TRAILER AND OVER-THE- ROAD COVER A new highway capable boat trailer is included with a load capacity of 600 pounds. With its’ 154 inch length and 50 inch width it can carry the Penobscot 14. It has two wheels with 4.80 X 8 tires and comes with a two inch coupler to fit a 1 7/8th inch ball. The rear padded wood rail brackets have been altered to fit the boat. Two web ratcheting straps with padding for where they cross over the cap rail are provided to secure the boat to the trailer and a bungie cord is included for holding the boat stem to the forward roller rail of the trailer. A especially made two piece arch wood frame is provided to support a heavy weight over-the-road Polyethylene boat cover. The numerous adjustable straps required to keep the cover snugly secure is also provided. The trailer is currently licensed in the state of Indiana. THIS IS A COMPLETE PACKAGE -- NEW BOAT AND TRAILER This is a great opportunity to own a beautiful wood boat, carefully constructed to traditional design with MANY UPGRADES. If you want to share your passion for wood boats with your family and friends, this one is for you! Remember, you are bidding on a NEW AND COMPLETE BOAT AND TRAILER PACKAGE. Everything you need is here! Just take it to the water and sail (or row) away! MY CONTACT INFORMATION Of course, I understand that this vessel represents a sizable investment for the winning bidder. With that in mind, I encourage you to CONTACT ME WITH YOUR QUESTIONS. I can also show you the boat and everything that goes with it, if you come to my workshop in Chesterton, Indiana or I can bring the boat to you under certain circumstances. Call me for details! My contact information is: Bob Pauline Telephone (cell): 312-485-0310 Email: rapauline@comcast.net Terms & Conditions of Sale & Free or reduced cost Delivery or Worldwide Shipping The vessel/trailer package is guaranteed to be as described above and as shown in the photographs contained in this listing. NO OTHER WARRANTEE IS EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. If you are the winning bidder, you must make a non-refundable down payment of $500 within 48 hours of the close of the auction. The balance of the sale price must be paid within two weeks of the close the auction. Payments can be made by PayPal, certified check, Direct Wire Transfer OR CASH. CALL ME FOR DETAILS. I am offering free delivery within 250 miles of Chesterton, Indiana. (50 miles Southeast of Chicago) If you live outside the 250 mile limit, I can deliver the vessel to you at a nominal mileage charge for anything outside the 250 mile limit. In any case, the vessel does not leave Chesterton until it is paid for in full. CALL ME FOR DETAILS. Contact me if you want the boat/trailer package shipped to you at your expense. I have extensive experience in this area, and I WILL SHIP ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD If that’s what you want. Again, the shipping costs, including crating if required, are your responsibility. CALL ME FOR DETAILS. You can, of course, pick up the boat here, in Chesterton, Indiana or you can meet me anywhere agreed upon to take delivery. I will also keep the boat in safe storage for a reasonable period of time until you can pick it up IF IT IS PAID IN FULL. CALL ME FOR DETAILS. THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO GET A BEAUTIFUL WOOD BOAT AT A REASONABLE PRICE. WITH TLC IT WILL LAST FOR GENERATIONS TO COME! LOOK -- PRICE SUBSTANTIALLY REDUCED IN TIME FOR 2015 SAILING SEASON! CALL ME IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS!312-485-0310