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1989 Dyer Dyer 29 Offshore Bass Boat

1989 Dyer Dyer 29 Offshore Bass Boat

$89,000

West Islip, New York

Year 1989

Make Dyer

Model Dyer 29 Offshore Bass Boat

Category Downeast Boats

Length 29

Posted Over 1 Month

Built in 1989 Cummins 210 hp Diesel Engine Low Hours - 768 Hours Self Propelled Engines in Hull Length 28’6” Breadth 9’6” Depth 4’10” Contact Joe @ 631-478-4772

1986 Hunter Alura 30

1986 Hunter Alura 30

$23,000

Orange Beach, Alabama

Year 1986

Make Hunter

Model Alura 30

Category Downeast Boats

Length 30

Posted 2 Weeks Ago

The boat is stored under a boat shed on a lift. A full detailing would benefit as the color accent gel coat is fading and it needs a full hull polish. There is some mild delamination at the foot of the bulkhead on the cabin where the enclosed head meets the floor. and it is shown in the photo gallery. Unknown if the engine hours are accurate and it is presumed that it's the original engine. The tanks were replaced in 2017 and the engine and boat had a major service. There is some prop blade tip repair needed. Stock #398987 Alura 30! Economic Single Cummins Diesel, Updated Tanks 2017! Spacious Open-Cockpit Design Ideal for Fishing! Lift Kept! A graceful Downeast-designed trawler-style vessel with massive cockpit space for fishing, diving, or seating for your guests. In the cockpit are twin fish boxes, 2 folding deck chairs, raw water washdown, rod racks, and the transom is notched to haul fish over. On the swim platform is a live well. Overhead is a fiberglass hard top with a Cobia station that is removable. From the cockpit, there is a mild step up to the helm station, which has Garmin 230GPS, Furuno FCV-582 sounder, autopilot, and a Standard VHF. Underneath is the massive engine compartment that has easy access to move around the Cummins 6BT diesel. There is a water strainer and fuel filter. Forward is V berth, head with shower, stainless sink, and storage beneath the cushions. The boat is at the private residence of an elderly woman who demands that only serious qualified buyers be allowed access through her gate. Reason for selling is not using.

1984 Seaway 25 Northcoast

1984 Seaway 25 Northcoast

$35,000

Leonardo, New Jersey

Year 1984

Make Seaway

Model 25 Northcoast

Category Downeast Boats

Length 25

Posted 1 Month Ago

The boat is in great shape, according to the seller. All her systems are in great working condition. If you would like to see the vessel, please do not hesitate to make a call. Please also see the recent maintenance work section as well for more specifics. Stock #331611 Updated DIESEL fishing Machine !!Boat is well-maintained with many parts replaced recently! Runs great! Fishing Machine is what this is ! This is a nicely upgraded example of this very popular Down east/Pilothouse boat. This boat has been extensively refitted in the last few years. This boat can fish 3-4 people easily all year long and has the build quality and proper electronics to make it fun. Did I mention she is very economical by only burning 6 gallons an hour. Some other specifics on electronics and trolling motor below Electronics: 2019 7612xsv ,2021 7607xsv Navionics, Garmin gt51 dual transducers. Rhodan 86 in 36v trolling motor with (3) group 31 batteries The vessel has a Durabeam mini floodlight plus Three rigid spotlights. newer lights and wiring 2020 The vessel has Shorepower with 3 bank for house and starting batteries and 4bank for trolling motor battery with a custom rocker panel switch Vertical capstan for dual anchor

1986 Harris Cuttyhunk

1986 Harris Cuttyhunk

$42,500

North Kingstown, Rhode Island

Year 1986

Make Harris

Model Cuttyhunk

Category Downeast Boats

Length 28

Posted 1 Month Ago

Vessel is reported to be in good condition with systems operating properly and all maintenance up to date. Recent work includes injectors and injector pump in 2020, batteries in 2021 and regular maintenance. Stock #382194 EXCELLENT CONDITION. MAJOR UPKEEPS COMPLETED. READY FOR THE NEXT ADVENTURE. Designed by Royal Lowell, molded by Harris, these Downeasters are built to order. Sitting at dock or mooring, the sleek lines and graceful curves attract and please the eye. Underway, Harris/Lowell boats slice through the waves "like butter", proving that these boats are especially meant for the elements. The hull expertly shapes the water passing by, not trying to fight the whole ocean. Downeaster boats are known for exceptional stability and smooth handling, fuel economy and 'un-pounding' speed. This 'Cuttyhunk' (a Northeast term) features a Cummins Diesel (4000 hours); which is all original and comes with a maintenance log. This combination offers an extremely comfortable and fuel efficient setup. Featuring a comfortable open cockpit and a 3 sided house with rear enclosure, you will be comfortable in any condition. With plenty of room for fishing she will excel in a wide variety of uses. There is a small but comfortable cabin below. With an enclosed head with porta potti, a double berth forward and a small galley with sink the boat will allow nice getaways for local cruising. Lowell says "the best way to understand our designs is to come take a ride & experience our boats for yourself." There's a reason why Lowell is called "Home of the lobster boat." Reason for selling is moved out of area.

2004 Sabreline 36 Hardtop Express

2004 Sabreline 36 Hardtop Express

$199,500

Edgewater, New Jersey

Year 2004

Make Sabreline

Model 36 Hardtop Express

Category Downeast Boats

Length 36

Posted 1 Month Ago

The photos tell the story. The vessel is better than average for the type and age. Numerous owner additions such as the teak flooring and extended cockpit hard canopy. Tastefully designed and executed. According to the owner, everything works and the machinery runs well. Stock #265615 ***SALE PENDING*** 2004 Sabreline Cruiser powered with twin Yanmar diesel engines ready for the water! Oozing charm and craftsmanship from every pore, the Sabreline 36 Hard Top Express is an unusual vessel that combines the speed and activity range of an express cruiser with the good looks and classic style of the Downeast boat. A head-turner whether spotted in Newport or Naples, this all-season vessel is a favorite of snowbirds. The pilothouse helm keeps them warm and dry early or late in the northern season, and the on-board generator and climate control systems manage the southern heat and humidity. With efficient and reliable diesel power to get them back and forth between the two at whatever pace they choose. Constructed in Maine by a company founded a half-century ago to build sailing vessels and crafted by shipwrights of untold collective years of experience, these vessels are known for being of extremely solid build, superior quality of fit and finish, and long service life. Stepping aboard via the swim platform and transom doorway, the cockpit feels more like a porch shielded from the sun and elements thanks to the overhead extended hard top. Real teak decking underfoot with an aft-facing bench seat for two with storage beneath, and plenty of room remaining for several deck chairs. Moving forward into the pilothouse, one finds a settee to port with a table, a captain's chair helm and window glass all around. Down below a queen berth forward, head, dinette and full galley are all stitched together with the beautiful look and feel of rich wood grains and fine joinery. Powered by a pair of 370 horsepower Yanmar turbocharged diesel engines with very low hours for the age. This ten-ton boat can cruise along on plane at 25 mph while still getting better than a mile per gallon, several times that efficiency if plodding along at displacement speed with the trawlers, and with 300 gallons of fuel you can ponder a range of at least 250 to 500 miles or more between fill-ups depending upon speed and sea state. So, check out the photos and specs and consult the owner forums. Nobody ever got fired for choosing a Sabre boat. If this is the type of vessel needed for the missions you contemplate you need look no further. Reason for selling is downsizing.

1973 Wasque 32

1973 Wasque 32

$28,000

Stuart, Florida

Year 1973

Make Wasque

Model 32

Category Downeast Boats

Length 32

Posted 1 Month Ago

NO WATER TRIAL. Being sold AS IS WHERE IS. PLEASE ALSO NOTE No batteries aboard. The seller makes no claims as to what works and what doesn't. According to the seller, the engine room had some rainwater intrusion and the engine may have suffered damage as now she will turn over but not run. She is in definite need of a mechanical evaluation to see if this can be repaired, rebuilt, or replaced. It's a Perkins diesel, so likely she is repairable. This engine came with the boat when the sellers purchased her and had been reliable all those years. There are no batteries aboard but would normally take 4 marine batteries. She needs some TLC to bring her back to her glory. Please know this is somewhat of a project boat, no water trials or engine survey (engine won't start), this is being sold as is where is. The place where you see the white tape is where there is some rotten wood that needs addressing. I visited this boat and walked the entire boat, there are no soft spots on the deck. I found it easy to see her beauty even though she needs some work, this was once a gorgeous boat and can be again. When the sellers rehabbed the boat, one of the things they did was to replace the old deck with marine plywood and epoxy the deck. It's very solid but could use a paint job. I noted some wood rot in a few places and photographed all I could see. The boxes under the chairs have some wood rot inside and need addressing. Stock #269396 ***SALE PENDING*** Rare Downeast Yacht with well deserved reputation in need of TLC. We are offering this rare 1973 32' Downeast yacht with a well-deserved reputation and enthusiastic following. The cockpit engine box doubles as a working surface. And it is VERY heavy. The raised double helm seats give good visibility from behind a distinctive wood-framed windscreen. She was designed and built to the work the water off of Martha's Vineyard. Wasque (Way-squee) was named after the southeastern tip of Chappaquiddick known as Wasque Point. The interior features a useable galley with a Force 10 propane 2 burner stove, Dometic RM 2354 refrigerator, Tappan TM4040S microwave oven, ISO Temp SQ 16V Hot water heater, and a Xantrex Tru 20 battery charger, an enclosed Jabsco Marine head with Electra san and Y-valve, and forward V-berth to sleep two comfortably. Inside the cabin on the floor is Pennsylvania Cherry and Holly. The cabinets are teak as is much of the trim throughout the boat. This is the perfect boat for a couple who is looking for a classic displacement pocket cruiser. Electronics include a Danforth Constellation compass and Standard Horizon Intrepid VHF. There is a Furuno radar on the hardtop, but no controls for it unknown if it works. This boat was purchased in 2004 by the current owners who performed a total rehab on her including a new hardtop and she was beautiful. They spent $125,000 on her back then. They do admit she has been neglected a bit, but with a little love and elbow grease, she can easily be brought back to her glory again! There are 2 fuel tanks totaling 55 gallons and are both aluminum. This vessel is Coast Guard documented. The antique horn is not included with the sale of the boat. NO WATER TRIAL. Being sold AS IS WHERE IS. PLEASE ALSO NOTE No batteries aboard. The seller makes no claims as to what works and what doesn't. According to the seller, the engine room had some rainwater intrusion and the engine may have suffered damage as now she will turn over but not run. She is in definite need of a mechanical evaluation to see if this can be repaired, rebuilt, or replaced. It's a Perkins diesel, so likely she is repairable. This engine came with the boat when the sellers purchased her and had been reliable all those years. There are no batteries aboard but would normally take 4 marine batteries. She needs some TLC to bring her back to her glory. Please know this is somewhat of a project boat, no water trials or engine survey (engine won't start), this is being sold as is where is. The place where you see the white tape is where there is some rotten wood that needs addressing. I visited this boat and walked the entire boat, there are no soft spots on the deck. I found it easy to see her beauty even though she needs some work, this was once a gorgeous boat and can be again. When the sellers rehabbed the boat, one of the things they did was to replace the old deck with marine plywood and epoxy the deck. It's very solid but could use a paint job. I noted some wood rot in a few places and photographed all I could see. The boxes under the chairs have some wood rot inside and need addressing. Reason for selling is not using anymore.

1977 Fortier 26

1977 Fortier 26

$48,900

Fairhaven, Massachusetts

Year 1977

Make Fortier

Model 26

Category Downeast Boats

Length 26

Posted 1 Month Ago

This vessel is very clean and cared for by a retired captain. The seller states that all systems operate as expected except for the AM/FM stereo. The engine compartment appeared to be clean. The seats are clean and relatively new. Stock #244076 1977 Fortier Downeast boat. Hardtop, nice electronics package! Runs great! Here is your opportunity to own a classic 1977 Fortier 26 and one of the first fiberglass hulls ever built by this iconic builder! If you are not familiar with Fortier boats, they are known for their unparalleled quality and craftsmanship. Still being built by Fortier boats to this day, the 26 has proven itself to be a great platform for cruising and fishing. Built on a semi-displacement hull, she cruises nicely at 13 knots while sipping fuel when compared to her cousins on planing hulls that need lots of power to get up on plane. When you step aboard you'll notice the care and pride of ownership by her captain owner. The teak on this vessel is well cared for and the hard top was added several years ago, giving you some shade while you are out fishing or sitting at anchor. In the cabin, there is room to sleep two in the vee berth and a galley for the basic necessities. Come see this classic Fortier today! Reason for selling is possibly moving up in size.

1986 Harris Cuttyhunk

1986 Harris Cuttyhunk

$42,500

North Kingstown, Rhode Island

Year 1986

Make Harris

Model Cuttyhunk

Category Downeast Boats

Length 28

Posted 1 Month Ago

Vessel is reported to be in good condition with systems operating properly and all maintenance up to date. Recent work includes injectors and injector pump in 2020, batteries in 2021 and regular maintenance. Stock #382194 EXCELLENT CONDITION. MAJOR UPKEEPS COMPLETED. READY FOR THE NEXT ADVENTURE. Designed by Royal Lowell, molded by Harris, these Downeasters are built to order. Sitting at dock or mooring, the sleek lines and graceful curves attract and please the eye. Underway, Harris/Lowell boats slice through the waves "like butter", proving that these boats are especially meant for the elements. The hull expertly shapes the water passing by, not trying to fight the whole ocean. Downeaster boats are known for exceptional stability and smooth handling, fuel economy and 'un-pounding' speed. This 'Cuttyhunk' (a Northeast term) features a Cummins Diesel (4000 hours); which is all original and comes with a maintenance log. This combination offers an extremely comfortable and fuel efficient setup. Featuring a comfortable open cockpit and a 3 sided house with rear enclosure, you will be comfortable in any condition. With plenty of room for fishing she will excel in a wide variety of uses. There is a small but comfortable cabin below. With an enclosed head with porta potti, a double berth forward and a small galley with sink the boat will allow nice getaways for local cruising. Lowell says "the best way to understand our designs is to come take a ride & experience our boats for yourself." There's a reason why Lowell is called "Home of the lobster boat." Reason for selling is moved out of area.

1984 Seaway 25 Northcoast

1984 Seaway 25 Northcoast

$35,000

Leonardo, New Jersey

Year 1984

Make Seaway

Model 25 Northcoast

Category Downeast Boats

Length 25

Posted 1 Month Ago

The boat is in great shape, according to the seller. All her systems are in great working condition. If you would like to see the vessel, please do not hesitate to make a call. Please also see the recent maintenance work section as well for more specifics. Stock #331611 Updated DIESEL fishing Machine !!Boat is well-maintained with many parts replaced recently! Runs great! Fishing Machine is what this is ! This is a nicely upgraded example of this very popular Down east/Pilothouse boat. This boat has been extensively refitted in the last few years. This boat can fish 3-4 people easily all year long and has the build quality and proper electronics to make it fun. Did I mention she is very economical by only burning 6 gallons an hour. Some other specifics on electronics and trolling motor below Electronics: 2019 7612xsv ,2021 7607xsv Navionics, Garmin gt51 dual transducers. Rhodan 86 in 36v trolling motor with (3) group 31 batteries The vessel has a Durabeam mini floodlight plus Three rigid spotlights. newer lights and wiring 2020 The vessel has Shorepower with 3 bank for house and starting batteries and 4bank for trolling motor battery with a custom rocker panel switch Vertical capstan for dual anchor

1977 Key West #1

1977 Key West #1

$105,000

St Augustine, Florida

Year 1977

Make Key West

Model #1

Category Downeast Boats

Length 36

Posted 1 Month Ago

This is a commercial fishing vessel and a workhorse. The generator is one year old and needs a valve replacement. The best description of the vessel's condition would be to review the photographs and set up a site visit. Stock #322175 Fishing vessel in great condition, ready to fish, diesel, well maintained 39 #1 Key West Commercial Fishing Boat, includes Federal King Mackrel permit. This is a workhorse of a boat and very stable on the seas. Built well and ready to start fishing today. You can fish for days with a large capacity of fuel, fish boxes, and ice boxes. The helm has plenty of windows for good visibility and a small galley area. Below, you will find the berthing area with two sleeping racks. Here are some features: Single cumins with. Diesel engine In line 6. 3k hours the Yanmar Generator, one-year-old Many Updates: Updated Gauges w alarm, Switch panels, and switch, Newly rewired, Four bandits, Four spare bandits, 72-mile Garmin 7215 4 Array, 12 volts less than 1000 hrs. Large forward peak, Four bunks below Full aluminum canopy with shade top, Telescope outriggers,125 planning anchors, One replaced hi-liner miler Fish box, 8000-gallon deck box, 4000-gallon fish hold under the wheelhouse. 100-gallon live well, 3500 GPH Life raft. Hydraulic steering steer to Helm Running gear stainless water-filled keel, Twin disc 507 1.5 to 1, same as the engine, Reason for selling is reducing fleet size.

1977 Fortier 26

1977 Fortier 26

$48,900

Fairhaven, Massachusetts

Year 1977

Make Fortier

Model 26

Category Downeast Boats

Length 26

Posted 1 Month Ago

This vessel is very clean and cared for by a retired captain. The seller states that all systems operate as expected except for the AM/FM stereo. The engine compartment appeared to be clean. The seats are clean and relatively new. Stock #244076 1977 Fortier Downeast boat. Hardtop, nice electronics package! Runs great! Here is your opportunity to own a classic 1977 Fortier 26 and one of the first fiberglass hulls ever built by this iconic builder! If you are not familiar with Fortier boats, they are known for their unparalleled quality and craftsmanship. Still being built by Fortier boats to this day, the 26 has proven itself to be a great platform for cruising and fishing. Built on a semi-displacement hull, she cruises nicely at 13 knots while sipping fuel when compared to her cousins on planing hulls that need lots of power to get up on plane. When you step aboard you'll notice the care and pride of ownership by her captain owner. The teak on this vessel is well cared for and the hard top was added several years ago, giving you some shade while you are out fishing or sitting at anchor. In the cabin, there is room to sleep two in the vee berth and a galley for the basic necessities. Come see this classic Fortier today! Reason for selling is possibly moving up in size.

1977 Key West #1

1977 Key West #1

$105,000

St Augustine, Florida

Year 1977

Make Key West

Model #1

Category Downeast Boats

Length 36

Posted 1 Month Ago

This is a commercial fishing vessel and a workhorse. The generator is one year old and needs a valve replacement. The best description of the vessel's condition would be to review the photographs and set up a site visit. Stock #322175 Fishing vessel in great condition, ready to fish, diesel, well maintained 39 #1 Key West Commercial Fishing Boat, includes Federal King Mackrel permit. This is a workhorse of a boat and very stable on the seas. Built well and ready to start fishing today. You can fish for days with a large capacity of fuel, fish boxes, and ice boxes. The helm has plenty of windows for good visibility and a small galley area. Below, you will find the berthing area with two sleeping racks. Here are some features: Single cumins with. Diesel engine In line 6. 3k hours the Yanmar Generator, one-year-old Many Updates: Updated Gauges w alarm, Switch panels, and switch, Newly rewired, Four bandits, Four spare bandits, 72-mile Garmin 7215 4 Array, 12 volts less than 1000 hrs. Large forward peak, Four bunks below Full aluminum canopy with shade top, Telescope outriggers,125 planning anchors, One replaced hi-liner miler Fish box, 8000-gallon deck box, 4000-gallon fish hold under the wheelhouse. 100-gallon live well, 3500 GPH Life raft. Hydraulic steering steer to Helm Running gear stainless water-filled keel, Twin disc 507 1.5 to 1, same as the engine, Reason for selling is reducing fleet size.

2004 Sabreline 36 Hardtop Express

2004 Sabreline 36 Hardtop Express

$199,500

Edgewater, New Jersey

Year 2004

Make Sabreline

Model 36 Hardtop Express

Category Downeast Boats

Length 36

Posted 1 Month Ago

The photos tell the story. The vessel is better than average for the type and age. Numerous owner additions such as the teak flooring and extended cockpit hard canopy. Tastefully designed and executed. According to the owner, everything works and the machinery runs well. Stock #265615 ***SALE PENDING*** 2004 Sabreline Cruiser powered with twin Yanmar diesel engines ready for the water! Oozing charm and craftsmanship from every pore, the Sabreline 36 Hard Top Express is an unusual vessel that combines the speed and activity range of an express cruiser with the good looks and classic style of the Downeast boat. A head-turner whether spotted in Newport or Naples, this all-season vessel is a favorite of snowbirds. The pilothouse helm keeps them warm and dry early or late in the northern season, and the on-board generator and climate control systems manage the southern heat and humidity. With efficient and reliable diesel power to get them back and forth between the two at whatever pace they choose. Constructed in Maine by a company founded a half-century ago to build sailing vessels and crafted by shipwrights of untold collective years of experience, these vessels are known for being of extremely solid build, superior quality of fit and finish, and long service life. Stepping aboard via the swim platform and transom doorway, the cockpit feels more like a porch shielded from the sun and elements thanks to the overhead extended hard top. Real teak decking underfoot with an aft-facing bench seat for two with storage beneath, and plenty of room remaining for several deck chairs. Moving forward into the pilothouse, one finds a settee to port with a table, a captain's chair helm and window glass all around. Down below a queen berth forward, head, dinette and full galley are all stitched together with the beautiful look and feel of rich wood grains and fine joinery. Powered by a pair of 370 horsepower Yanmar turbocharged diesel engines with very low hours for the age. This ten-ton boat can cruise along on plane at 25 mph while still getting better than a mile per gallon, several times that efficiency if plodding along at displacement speed with the trawlers, and with 300 gallons of fuel you can ponder a range of at least 250 to 500 miles or more between fill-ups depending upon speed and sea state. So, check out the photos and specs and consult the owner forums. Nobody ever got fired for choosing a Sabre boat. If this is the type of vessel needed for the missions you contemplate you need look no further. Reason for selling is downsizing.

2020 Back Cove 41

2020 Back Cove 41

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Hampton, Virginia

Year 2020

Make Back Cove

Model 41

Category Downeast Boats

Length 41'

Posted Over 1 Month

2020 Back Cove 41 The Back Cove 41 is the perfect choice for serious cruisers. The flagship of the Back Cove fleet, the Back Cove 41 is fitted with an efficient single diesel engine and straight shaft. The addition of thrusters, a generator set, and reverse cycle heat and air conditioning systems make her maneuverable, efficient, and comfortable. Her interior is balanced between two luxurious staterooms, each with a private head. Nautically sensible details and Maine craftsmanship can be found throughout her American cherry interior. On the main deck, a centralized galley serves the open air cockpit as easily as the salon. Long range cruisers will appreciate the dual stainless steel refrigerator drawers, freezer mounted below the helm seat, ceramic cooktop, and convection microwave. To starboard, her U-shaped settee converts to a comfortable dinette while enjoying meals on board. Her cockpit is open and welcoming, perfect for cool mornings and sunny afternoons.

2020 Sabre 48 Salon Express

2020 Sabre 48 Salon Express

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Hampton, Virginia

Year 2020

Make Sabre

Model 48 Salon Express

Category Downeast Boats

Length 48'

Posted Over 1 Month

2020 Sabre 48 Salon Express Sabre 48 Salon Express: An Ideal Combination of Evolution and Revolution. The 48 Salon Express has a traditional exterior profile that belies her contemporary performance. She cruises at 27 knots and, and at wide open throttle, shell attain more than 32 knots. Pod drives and joystick controls give every owner-operator the confidence to dock her in the most difficult of circumstances, and remarkably low sound levels while underway allow for a more pleasant experience while cruising. Featuring a standard configuration of two cabins and two heads, the 48 Salon Express is supplemented by a utility space forward of the engine room that can be laid out as additional crew quarters. Designed with our customers in mind, her galley-down layout doesnt compromise on space and light, making food and drink preparation a pure pleasure. Unique to the Sabre 48 design, her master berth and en-suite head have an athwartships orientation, allowing for flat cabin sole on all side of the spacious island queen.