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Wooden Sailboat Boom Boats for sale
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New Iberia, Louisiana
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The Silence Dogood is a rare 1915 Crosby catboat in good condition for her age. She underwent extensive repairs in 2006 and shortly thereafter was used as a touring/day sail vessel until 2012 when we purchased it and transported it to New Iberia, Louisiana. ________________________________________ Fuel: Diesel Hull Material: Wood - White Oak Beam:10 ft. Draft Board/Drive Up: 3 ft. board up and 6 ft. board down. Engine Make: Westerbeke Length Overall: 25 ft. The Silence Dogood is a classic wooden sailing and lobster fishing vessel with 25 feet of space overall and is slightly over 10 feet wide and draws 3ft board up and 6ft. board down. She is classically gaffed rigged, wooden from bow to stern, and fitted with many traditional features. Also included in this sale is the sail. The Silence Dogood was built by the Crosby Boatyard in Osterville, MA. In 1915. The Crosby Boatyard was established in 1850 in Osterville, Massachusetts and was the first to build a catboat designed for New England waters. The Silence Dogood was rescued from freshwater in New York State and was used as a commercial sailing vessel in Maine (see 1st and last photos). We purchased it in March 2012 from Maine and had it transported to New Iberia, Louisiana where it has remained. We re-caulked, re-painted the hull and upgraded the Westerbeke engine in 2012 shortly after purchasing it. It was used as a recreational vessel in the bayous of Louisiana since 2012. In 2005/2006 overall work on the Silence Dogood included new mast partners, deck beams and foredeck, fully re-fastened under the waterline with silicon-bronze fasteners, half floors around centerboard trunk, 2 full floor timbers, housing around rudder post through hull, two 750gph bilge pumps (one port, one starboard), one 1500gph auxiliary pump, two house batteries, one starting battery; solar charging. 40hp Westerbeke diesel engine, starter, alternator, and fresh water pump (all Westerbeke products). Original Edson steering gear, mahogany wheel. Photo 7 shows the mast and boom. Photo 2 was taken at the dock in 2012/2013 and Photo 11 was taken when the hull was repaired. The catboat is in good condition. It has leaks in the hull which need to be repaired but has otherwise been maintained. Please ask any questions that you may have. This is a local pick up only. Sale price does not include transportation of vessel to buyer's location. This listing price is for the sale of the catboat only. Buyer is responsible for transporting catboat from the present location in New Iberia, Louisiana to their desired destination. (Photo credit for first and last photos: Jesse Archer.) Thank you very much for looking and please let us know if you have any questions.
Model X Class - Cub
Category Daysailer Sailboats
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Wooden X Class sailboat with trailer. I was told it was built by a Michigan boat builder back in the 40's. Fair condition but will need restoration. 6' beam, around 500 lbs. Boat is complete, spruce mast and boom, two sets of sails (well used) rudder, galvanized center board in excellent shape, outboard well. Newer tires on trailer, lights will need some work. Please email if you have any questions or would like to take a look at it, thanks!
1954 Custom-Craft Wooden (All Teak), Rare Opportunity! Beautiful 35' Wooden all teak Sailboat... This boat has a wonderful history. It has been maintained by an artist and craftsman for years. It was my father's pride and joy but he recently passed. I live in California can not give it the love and attention it deserves... So it is time to pass it on to others who can truly enjoy it for all its splendor.It was pulled out of the water last week... the hull and boathouse were freshly varnished. The bottom was corked and painted. All zincs were replaced.S/V HINTHA 35'Custom built in Rangoon Burma 1954All teak construction except mast and boom (Sitka Spruce)Length overall 35ft W/L 27ft, beam 10ft 6inchesPower: Universal M35b 30HP based on Kabota BlockWeight 1400lbs Ballast 6800lbs full keelHarken rolling fuling 150 jibRaymarine Smart Pilot XC5 Tiller PilotJRC 1800 Radar / Chartplotter GPSDickenson #26-000 Carabean propane 2 burner love with ovenDickenson P12000 Newport propane fireplace wall heaterStandard Horizon depth sounderGroco Model K-H manual toilet with holding tank thru hull
Port Kent, New York
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Gaff rigged with wooden mast, wooden boom and wooden rudder, roller reefing jib Blue Hull with Ivory decks / Red sails / Teak seats / Coppercoat Antifoul
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.
Rapid City, Michigan
Lightning Sailboat Hull Number 10919 with Trailer and CoverFiberglass Lightning #10919 , a Classic built in 1968 by the Jack A. Helms Co. One of the first with self rescue tanks. Upgraded with an oval Aluminum Mast, but still with the vintage wooden boom and tiller/rudder. All standing and running rigging in great shape. Very nice Karavan trailer for ease of ramp launching. Motor mount so you can cruise in class (just add long-shaft motor, the one in some photos is NOT included). Two sets of sails and two spinnakers. Wood fine but could use varnish. We enjoyed this boat sailing a fresh water lake and hope you will too. A great boat for cruising. Dry sailed , as we kept the boat on a lift when not in use. An almost-new custom Sailor's Tailor cover included. Boat is in the Elk Rapids, MI area. Asking $2800 / OBO. Just hoping to find this boat a good home with appreciative owner, we have enjoyed, and you will too. See photos and feel free to ask for more photos or any questions about condition etc. Make an offer, too many boats, this one needs a new home. Local pickup only, will help with delivery within reasonable distance.
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1963 Highlander # 365 built by D&M all-mahogany “A Super Natural” 20 foot mahogany Highlander class sailboat in great condition ready to sail away today. Race, daysail or cruise worthy. Stable, fast and VERY comfortable to sail with two 9 foot bench seats and a boom which tacks above head-level. 1963 Douglass and Mcleod built Highlander from cold-molded mohogany. The best builder of Highlander sailboats by far. This boat is fitted with a new aluminum spar and boom (with original wood boom) road worthy trailer, spinnaker, race and cruise jibs, full cover and two rudders. Rigged for racing, daysailing or cruising. The bottom has been West System epoxied and fiberglassed for maximum durability and speed. Very stable and fast. The transom has never been mounted with a motor mount, but could be. The mahogany is golden but with bumps and bruises from gentle use over years. This boat has been lovingly cared for and updated. Comes with a full documentation of ownership including class measurement certificate for racing, original brochures and enough to impress the next set of judges at a wooden boat show! Has been first in class at several Midwest wood boat shows. This boat has only been sailed in fresh water and has never left Ohio since it was built in 1963. $16,500 or best offer. You will not be disappointed. Doug (614) 499-1503.
This boat is a 1975 Custom Flex Interlake sailboat. The boat is complete as far as I can tell and includes the mast, boom, rudder, tiller, main and foresail and a Pamco trailer. I am the third owner of this boat, I have not sailed it but the previous owner was sailing the boat in 2013. The hull needs some fiberglass work done where the centerboard pocket is on the hull, and the floor has delaminated. The sails, rudder, mast and boom are in good condition. The tiller is in working condition but should be replaced.The Pamco trailer is in excellent condition and only needs tires and paint. I would probably replace the wooden guides also. The boat has a title, the trailer is registered. Local pickup only. Delivery might be arranged depending upon distance. No returns unless item not as described.
Category Daysailer Sailboats
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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.
Middletown, New Jersey
Category Daysailer Sailboats
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Herreshoff Eagle, 22 ft., 1974 My father owns this boat and questions can be directed to him via: 732.671.2477 Stately daysailer and elegant weekend cruiser designed by famed naval architect Halsey Herreshoff. You either know about the Eagle or you dont. For those who do and have had the pleasure of sailing one, it is considered of of the best designed day sailers ever built. Easy to handle alone, but with room for 4-6. It is stable and very manuverable. With the centerboard up you can bring it into very shallow water. This 22 footer, with classic lines, is for those not satisfied with the ordinary. Gaff rigged sloop, club footed self tending working jib, and topsail. The Eagle sails smartly; shallow draft and retractable center board makes the Eagle easily trailable; all haylards go directly to the cockpit; rigging blocks of wooden or bronze; Spacious cockpit, roomy 6'-6" berths , comfortable handling are worthy of 'big boat' features. Boom tent permits ready, roomy cockpit sleeping. Bowsprit with Eagle figurehead; extraordinary amount of handcrafted teak. There are two small rotten spots of teak that will need fixing. Fiberglass construction, 5 bronze portholes (4 fixed, 1 opening) It also comes with opening portholes and screens. All sails, tent, and cushions in extremely good condition. The included trailer has not moved in over 20 years and we cannot vouch for its roadworthy ability. Buyer must inspect trailer and pay in full before attempting to move the boat. At the very least new tires will be needed. Specifications: LOA 22' Beam 8'-0" Draft 1'10" with centerboard upDisplacement 2,700# Ballast 700# Sail area 320sf Mast height 32'-6" Main 185 sf (1 set of reef points); Jib 68sf; topsail 49sf <
Long Beach, California
1975 Dart 17 sailboat. By sunsail. *Significant price reduction* *There is a crack on the fiberglass around mast base, boat bottom fiberglass is intact. see picture. *This is a great deal: Outboard alone is about $900, Trailer about $850. This is a Trailerable swing keel sailboat with matching Jib and main sails. great outboard gas engine, and matching boat cover plus lots of extras. Will include everything listed below. Light weight, super fast! Been told by several sailboat enthusiast: "this boat Had its own Olympic racing class in the 1970's" as they recognize the "class symbol" on the sails. Ready to hit the water. This boat is in sailing condition. Light weight, easy to trailer on small vehicle. Great first sailboat. Title and registration on both sailboat and trailer is clean and up to date. Trailer is custom made for this sailboat and was purchased in 2012. Also included is a 2012 Mercury 2.5hp gas outboard, extremely low hours. Outboard has all paperwork, manuals, receipt of original purchase etc. Easy to rig and step mast by one person. Also great trolling around without mast and sails. •1975 Dart 17 by Sunsail. •Length: 17' •Beam: 82" •Draft: unknown •Displacement: unknown •Matching sails both in good condition, window on jib. •2012 Great custom made trail rite trailer with tongue jack, mast rest and lock. •600 lb capacity Heavy duty Trailer dolly-makes moving boat & trailer a breeze. •2012 Mercury 2.5hp gas outboard, internal gas tank, super light use. •Swing keel with rigging. •Roller furling head sail. •Kick-up Rudder with tiller. •Matching 17ft. vortex heavy duty and weather resistant, trailerable boat cover with 10 straps and storage bag. •Boom bang rigging- makes sailing and rigging a breeze. •New docking lines. •Uniden Atlantis 250 water proof Hand held VHF marine radio with battery and charger. •Storage container for sails, docking lines, rigging etc. •3 Buoys to protect from impact. •1 manual bilge pump. •Storage compartment for life jackets, buoys, emergency kits, paddles etc. -4 Life jackets; 2 adults and 2 child size. -2 wooden paddles. -2 pairs of sailing gloves -2 magnetic telescoping trailer hitch aligner balls. -2 heavy duty rubber wheel stops. •Antifouling bottom paint in good condition. •2 Emergency kits with flare guns, flares, horn, mirror and other extras. •This boat has never been named, be the first! •Email for questions or more detail pictures. •Will consider any reasonable offers!
Corpus Christi, Texas
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 $21,020 (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.
Youngstown, New York
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.
Miami Beach, Florida
Hello, Due to lack of space I am sadly parting with my Mac 10' Sailing Dinghy. It is in very good condition, and comes with: - Main Sail - Jib - Boom - Main sheet, a group of 2 pulleys and 3 shackles on a line - Jib sheet, a single line - Tilt-up rudder in wood - Tiller and hiking stick in wood - Removable wooden centerboard - Pair of oarlocks Original paperwork included. It is currently stored on the aft deck of my sailboat. I can bring it to the public ramp in Miami Beach for buyer to pick it up. Some of the photos were taken in the water, the other ones when I had it on land. TRAILER SEEN IN PICTURES IN NOT INCLUDED. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. ATT: I do not know which year it was built in, but eBay obliges me to type in a year.
New Rochelle, New York
1997 BENETEAU OCEANIS CC 40 FT.Specs Designer: Groupe Finot - Armel Briand Keel: Bulb Hull Shape: Monohull Dimensions Beam: 12 ft 9 in LWL: 36 ft 9 in Maximum Draft: 5 ft 6 in Displacement: 18740 lbs Ballast: 5300 lbs Headroom: 6 ft 3 in Dry Weight: 18740 lbs Engines Total Power: 50 HP Engine 1: Engine Brand: Yanmar Year Built: 1997 Engine Model: Yanmar Engine Type: Inboard Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel Engine Power: 50 HP Perfect cruising boat Full cockpit enclosure 5 KW NextGen generator with sound shield (super quiet) 2 heads 2 air condition units Main / Forward and Aft Cabin New cockpit cushions Algae X fuel polisher Custom made bunk beds Xantrex Link Pro Battery Monitor Xantrex 40 Smart Battery Charger Fresh Water Tanks: (132 Gallons) Fuel Tanks: (53 Gallons) Flex O Fold Bronze folding prop Asymmetrical Spinnaker and Sock TV / Cd player Digital Fridge / Freezer Thermostat VacuFlush Toilet 35lbs. CQR and 33 Bruce anchors and rope chain Simpson Lawrence chain / rope windless 2 8D Gel Batteries and Separate Starting Battery Back up High Capacity Bilge Pump PHI /PSS Shaft Seal Accommodations Number of single berths: 6 Manufacturer Provided Description: The specification for the Oceanis 40CC: the design of an ideal long-distance cruising yacht for a couple, but with the capability of accommodating four or five people in the greatest comfort. Being on board a powerful, reliable boat that also has high performance is an essential part of the pleasure of cruising. The Oceanis 40CC's hull is remarkable for its long waterline, big volumes and efficient wing-bulb keel. As far as her construction is concerned, there are no compromises: the structural inner mounding, glued and laminated to the hull, distributes any stresses from the rigging and keel. This technology combines reliability and strength and also provides perfectly finished locker interiors that are easy to maintain. One of the principal advantages of a central cockpit is the incomparable safety derived from the height of the cockpit, which is surrounded on all sides. There is a step of the coaming on the Oceanis 40CC to make it easier to get up the two teak-covered bench seats in the cockpit. There is a wheel mounted pedestal in the middle of the cockpit. Genoa and mainsail halyards and the lines for the two furlers are brought back onto powerful stoppers that free the halyard winch, whenever necessary. All handling lines are to hand. The Oceanis 40CC's deck is totally logical, simple and efficient, with steps in the transom (standard bathing ladder), liferaft fixing point on aft coachroof, solid aluminum bulwark the full length of the hull, as well as an aluminum rubbing strake. The numerous opening hatches and Dorade vents are positioned in such a way so as not to impede movement on deck. The chainplates for the upper and lower shrouds, which are positioned right against the coachroof, also leave the side decks completely free for easy access to the foredeck for the sunbathing area and the electric windlass. In the interior, the warm atmosphere (cherry finish) on board the Oceanis 40CC is essential to a good quality of life on board. To starboard, the saloon table and the raised settees ensure a pleasant "sea view" from inside the boat. Opposite to port, is the navigation station: chart table with stowage, bookshelves, 16-function electrical control panel, and all the room you need for on-board electronics. In the forward cabin, your guests have a large double berth, hanging locker, many other lockers and an en suite head compartment. In the passageway to port, which runs alongside the large engine compartment, the Oceanis 40CC's galley has everything you would normally find in the best-equipped kitchens: freezer, refrigerator, double stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressurised water, three-burner gimballed stove and many cupboards and drawers. As for the master cabin, all the incomparable advantages of the centre cockpit in terms of comfort and space have been fully exploited: large double berth with access from both sides, vanity-desk with mirror and lockers, large hanging lockers and your own head compartment with WC and separate shower. The Oceanis 40CC is truly the product of in-depth study into the expectations of ocean-going leisure sailors. A successful marriage of classicism and modern technology. Equipment List Oceanis 40CC Specifications - Standard Equipment On Deck - Stainless steel stemhead fitting with 2 fairleads and roller. - Open stainless steel pulpit - Leroy Sommer 1000W electric windlass with up - down control - Self-bailing anchor well with twin opening hatches and eye bolt for mooring line - Bulwark surrounding the deck with teak cap - 8 anodized aluminum mooring cleats: 2 forward, 2 midships, 4 aft - Forestay chainplate with slats on the stemhead fitting - 2 chromed bronze lower shroud chainplate, 2 Beneteau streamlined chromed bronze shroud chainplates - Anodized aluminum identified fuel and water fillers - Stainless steel stanchions with two sets of covered stainless steel lifelines - Lateral opening lifelines - 4 teak handrails on coachroof - 4 dorade vents - Forward cockpit coaming for windscreen, rigid top or sprayhood - 2 genoa sheet tracks with adjustable cars - 2 genoa sheet turning blocks - Mainsheet track with adjustable car - 1 Lewmar 40C STO halyard and maneuvering winch - 4 Spinlock XL double stoppers for halyards and maneuvering lines - 2 Lewmar 48C STO genoa sheet winches - 1 Lewmar 40C STO mainsheet winch Center Cockpit - Hydraulic steering wheel pedestal mounted or on forward port cockpit bulkhead - Control panel on cockpit bench seat facade - Teak slatted cockpit benches - 1 winch handle box - 2 chromed bronze winch handles - 2 sidedeck lockers (one for propane bottle) - 2 lockers for mooring lines and fenders on transom - Fixing points on aft coachroof for liferaft - 2 - 18-12 S-S backstay chainplates - 2 - 18-12 S-S pushpit with 2 teak seats, closed by sheathed lifelines - Emergency tiller - Transom with teak slatted skirt - Teak slatted step in transom - Folding 18-12 S-S swim ladder with wooden steps - Cockpit shower -- Aluminum rubbing strake either side of hull Spars - Rigging - Keel stepped mast and anodized aluminum boom - Mast with main furling system - 2 sets of spreaders angled aft 10 degrees - Spinnaker pole - Partner fitting with articulated blocks for returning halyards to cockpit Standing Rigging - Stainless steel rigging: upper shrouds, lower shrouds, 2 backstays - Twin groove forestay with Profurl genoa furler - Lateral rigging with discontinuous rigging to first set of spreaders Running Rigging - 1 main halyard, 1 genoa halyard - 1 mainsheet with blocks, 2 genoa sheets - 1 maneuvering line for genoa furler - 1 line for furling main, 1 line for unfurling main - 1 boom halyard - Sails - Furling Dacron main - Furling Dacron genoa with UV protection strip Interior Accommodation - Cherry interior Companionway - 15 mm Altuglass sliding hatch - Twin wooden companionway doors - 2 cherry wood stained handrails - 4 molded wooden steps with anti-skid strip, on polyester engine cover - Hanging locker to starboard of companionway Salon Starboard - Nav. station - Chart table with chart stowage and molded wood fiddle - Bookshelves - Lockers - 12V, 16 functions hinged electrical panel - Hinged panel for onboard electronics - Large tool drawer - Drawers - Seat - Opening 15" x 8" porthole in coaming with curtain - Halogen lamp with independent switch - Red watch light Salon Area - Settee - Lockers along hull sides - Wood hull lining - Reading lights - Fixed 6'7" x 8" porthole with curtain - Vent To Starboard - Raised deck salon for panoramic visibility - Shaped settee with cushions with 5.5" thick, medium density foam and backrests - Salon table with stainless steel base - Lockers and cupboards along hull sides - Wood hull lining - Lockers underneath settee - Halogen lighting with independent switch - Fixed porthole 6'3" x 10" with curtain - Opening Plexiglas panel in coachroof 23" X 23" with curtain - Padded deckhead lining - Bookcase - bar Galley in Port Gangway - Antium work surface with molded wood fiddle - Twin rectangular S-S sinks - Chopping board over sink - Hot - cold water mixer tap - Foot pump for icebox discharge - Trash bin - 3 sliding vegetable baskets - S-S oven with 3 burner gimbaled stove and S-S protection bar - Cutlery drawer - 2 cupboards to port, lockers along the side of hull - Top loading 2 compartment freezer - fridge,with 12V evaporator - 2 opening portholes 15" x 8" in coaming with curtains - Lighting by halogen lamps with independent switches and fluorescent tube - Dust box Aft Owner's Cabin - Central double bed 6'7" x 4'11", 4.7" thick mattress - 2 symmetrical hanging lockers - Stowage space - lockers along side of hull to port and starboard - Lockers - Step either side of the bed for easy access - Vanity - desk with mirror - Wood hull lining - Padded deckhead lining - 2 opening portholes 15" x 8" in coaming with curtains - 1 opening porthole 15" x 8" in transom with curtain - 1 opening porthole in aft coaming 27" x 8" with curtain - 2 dorade type vents - Lighting from halogen lights with independent switches and reading lights Aft Owner's Cabin Head - Compartment molded in one piece to be waterproof and easy to clean - Marine toilet with polyester lid - Bathroom accessories - S-S wash basin with hot - cold water mixer tap - Mirror - Cupboards - lockers - Stall shower with hot - cold water mixer tap - Electric pump for used water - 2 opening portholes in coaming 15" x 8" - Halogen lamp with fluorescent tube Forward Owner's Cabin - 6'3" x 4'7" double bed, 4.7" thick mattress - Drawer and lockers beneath bed - Hanging locker - Wood hull lining - Padded deckhead lining - 1 opening porthole in coaming (23" x 18") with curtain - 1 opening porthole in coaming (13" x 7") with curtain - Halogen lamps with independent switches and reading lights - 1 dressing table with mirror and shelves Forward Head Compartment - One piece molded compartment for waterproofing and easy maintenance - Marine toilet with polyester lid - Bathroom accessories - Wash basin with hot - cold mixer tap - Shower - Mirror, cupboard - Electric pump for discharge of water - Opening porthole in coaming 23" x 18" - Fluorescent tube lighting Engine Compartment - Engine 50 hp diesel - Single lever engine control - Engine chassis integral with hull liner - Engine control panel in cockpit - Engine compartment insulated by lead foam - Space for generator in engine compartment - 53 gal. fuel tank - Fuel - water filter on fuel circuit - Stainless steel shaft protected by skeg - Triple bladed prop Electrical Circuit - 12V Electrical circuit - 2 - 125 amp batteries for service with circuit breaker - 1 - 95 amp engine battery with circuit breaker - 110V-220V 45 amp H battery charger - 12V 16 function Electrical panel with 12V plug - Options conduits - Overhead halogen lighting, reading lights and fluorescent tubes - Cockpit lighting - Navigation lights - Masthead light - Deck spot - 110V-220V shore power plug (specify when ordering) - Electrical panel 110V-220V (specify when ordering) - 4 - 110V-220V sockets (specify when ordering) Water Circuit - Manual bilge pump - Electric bilge pump - 132 gal. fresh water capacity in 2 rigid tanks with hull liner - Valves for tank selection - 11 gal. water heater run off engine and shore power - Pressurized fresh water unit with compression tank - 2 electric discharge pumps for showers Propane Circuit - Box for propane bottles (2 bottles) in side lockers with air vent (conforming to US regulations) - Circuit breaker Miscellaneous - Certificate of Individual Bureau Veritas approval - Maintenance kit - Owner's manual - Owner's briefcase. Oceanis 40CC Optional Equipment - Teak interior - Teak decks - Forward cockpit steering position - Lewmar electric 30EST maneuvering winch - Polyester coachroof dodger - Fixed davits - Engine driven refrigerator - Ardic heating with 3 outlets - Gennaker - Gennaker gear SAILBOAT IS LOCATED IN NEW ROCHELLE NY SAILBOAT IS ON LAND FOR WINTER STORAGE BUT IT CAN BE PUT IN THE WATER FOR POTENTIAL BUYER......