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1981 SeaWind 31

1981 SeaWind 31

$19,900

Brinnon, Washington

Year 1981

Make SeaWind

Model 31

Category Cutter

Length 30

Posted 1 Month Ago

This boat is in great working order, according to the seller. The engine is brand new and needs to be broken in by her new owner. He suspects that the prop will need to be tuned, once the engine is broken in. We encourage all inquiries and questions relating to it's present condition, accuracy of details including but not limited to it's location, engine hours, service history, listing status and features Stock #142048 New Yanmar diesel engine, .6 liters per hour at 2800 rpm, newer fuel tank with new fuel lines and filter, cutter rigged & MORE!!! If you are in the market for a cutter, look no further than this 1981 SeaWind 31, just reduced to $19,900 (offers encouraged). This sailboat is located in Brinnon, Washington and is in good condition. She is also equipped with a Yanmar engine that has only 1 hours. Reason for selling is retiring from sailing.

1977 Rafiki 37 Cutter

1977 Rafiki 37 Cutter

$69,500

Oak Harbor, Washington

Year 1977

Make Rafiki

Model 37 Cutter

Category Cutter

Length 37

Posted 1 Month Ago

Seller Notes: "he boat has three brand new batteries.... one dedicated to the engine, as a starter battery, with a switch to isolate, and two deep-cycle batteries for house batteries..... in addition to the main tank for diesel, it does have the new alluminum forty gallon, and in addition to that is the sixteen gallon aluminum, with gauge, and fuel pump to pump the forty or sixteen aft to engine..... also it should be noted that there is all brand new Brian Toss rigging, oversized stainless, brand new main sail, foresail, and foresail, and staysail is on roller furling...... I am 72, and can sail this ocean goer single handed, from the cockpit..... all brand new cockpit cushions, covered with new teal sunbrella, biggest, and most spacious bed in the house, as it has a center cushion so entire cockpit makes into a bed.... there are porthole covers for all upper deck portholes, with sand in the bottom of them to keep them hanging even under severe wind conditions. they are all snap removeable...... There is now a full cockpit cover, in teal sunbrella, with removeable side windows, it can be sailed with full cover, or just bimini..... a clear plastic "Window" is planned for the bimini so you can see the main sail inside the cockpit when the top is on........ This is a get in and go boat...... it has planned a tongue, and groove ceiling in cedar, but the price will go up when it is in, and the new dinette area has new velour upholstery." Stock #007824 Seller has taken great pride in getting this one to be a beauty!!! Lots of new items!!! If you are in the market for a cutter, look no further than this 1977 Rafiki 37 Cutter, just reduced to $69,500 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Oak Harbor, Washington and is in good condition. She is also equipped with a Volvo Penta engine that has only 50 hours.

1978 Tayana CT37

1978 Tayana CT37

$25,000

Gig Harbor, Washington

Year 1978

Make Tayana

Model CT37

Category Cutter

Length 37

Posted Over 1 Month

- The vessel needs some repair. - Freshwater leaks have created some damage on the header. - Chain plates need inspection. - Original wiring should be replaced. - Wood bowsprit needs care. - General external refinishing required. Aluminum mast and rigging refit was completed by Port Townsend Rigging in 2003. Stock #143710 Classic Bluewater Cruiser, Good Condition, Clean Hull, Fiberglass Decks. Owner Considering All Offers. If you are in the market for a cutter, look no further than this 1978 Tayana CT37, just reduced to $25,000 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Gig Harbor, Washington and is in need of some work. She is also equipped with a Isuzu engine that has 1,000 hours. Reason for selling is bought to restore, but traveling too much..

1934 Atkins 34

1934 Atkins 34

$9,500

Port Townsend, Washington

Year 1934

Make Atkins

Model 34

Category Cutter

Length 34'

Posted Over 1 Month

1934 Atkins 34   The Atkins 34 designed by Wm. Atkin & George Wayland was built in San Francisco by Andersen & Stephani.  It is known as a Marconi- rigged cutter.  The hull of Alaskan Yellow Cedar planks was refastened from the waterline down in 2012 with galvanized steel fasteners. The deck is constructed of 3/4" marine ply with epoxy & fiberglass cloth. Frames are of solid oak. The 35hp Universal Diesel installed in 2012 has only 25HRS !  This boat boasts a full inventory of sails, marine head in v-berth, port & starboard settee-seating, plus fresh bottom paint in April of 2015.   Engine Total Power: 35 HP Engine Brand: Universal Year Built: 2012 Engine Model: 35 Engine Type: Inboard Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel Engine Hours: 25 Drive Type: Direct Drive Engine Power: 35 HP   Specific Information: Documented vessel 560369     Registration # WN7565RG Length on deck 34', LOA 41ft 5", Waterline 30ft, beam 10ft 6", Draft 5ft 8" Displacement  Gross 7 t, Ballast - iron ballast keel   Keel bolts steel Engine - 35hp Universal installed 2012 - just 25 hrs !! Interior could provide up to 5 berths , with large captain's berth aft, bunk on port & starboard amidship, and two berths forward, one currently used as sail locker. Storage above & below midship bunks, and forward. Galley aft and head at foot of forward berth Folding mahogany table between bunks midship Cabin headroom 6ft+, with 4 portholes port & starboard   Inventory NAVIGATION - Garmin GPS Map 176, Icom 402 VHF , Standard Horizon digital depthsounder, Furuno Model 1622 radar, Suunto steering compass, Autohelm Model 2000 autopilot TANKAGE - Fuel , aluminum ,  40 gall - fuel "washed" 2014,      Water ,  stainless steel  - 30 gall     Holding  ,  plastic - 30 gall PUMPS & GALLEY - Bronze seacocks & ball valves, Rule auto-electric bilge pump, manual galley pump, Luke "Heritage" LPG stove, Icebox, cabin heat by Dickenson Newport diesel. ELECTRICAL - 12 VDC, Shore Power 110 VAC,  True Charge 20amp battery charger, 3x 12VDC batteries DECK EQUIPMENT - boom gallows, Lewmar ST primary winches, Barient #10 jib halyard, rigging 1x19 s/s, Spars - spruce SAILS - Mainsail, 130% jib, 110% jib, staysail, trysail, drifter RECENT IMPROVEMENTS : Reconfigured anchor system - new, brass anchor mounts on bowsprit, moved 22# Danforth anchor to port side of bowsprit as light temporary anchor, added 50# CQR with 65ft 5/16" chain & 200ft 3 strand 9/16" nylon rode. Le