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Motor Sailers for sale
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This 1979 Schucker 436-t motorsailer has been meticulously cared for throughout her entire life by all that have had the pleasure to own her. Everything works, no damage and the expected wear and tear on the interior paneling, cabinetry, upholstery, and seating is simply not there. She is in much better condition than one would expect. Stock #208433 Vessel is ready for your next journey! Perfectly seaworthy and ready to go! If you are in the market for a motorsailer, look no further than this 1979 Schucker 436-T, just reduced to $67,000 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Placida, Florida and is in great condition. She is also equipped with a Perkins engine that has 2,904 hours. Reason for selling is owners now have winter home in florida. no longer using..
Santa Barbara, California
This 1976 Wellington 47 is a seaworthy sailboat. The Hull is solid and in good shape. The cabin is dry and there are no leaks. Improvements: Has New Electronics There are a few items that need to be done. - The captain quarter's head tile needs to be completed. The tile has been purchased & is available. - The Bimini needs to be replaced - Needs new bottom paint - Needs the woodwork on the topside to be redone - Needs a better refrigerator - Needs new stove - Needs new cushions - Master Bath Tile needs to be installed (tile has been purchased & is available.) Stock #230074 Beautiful classic sailing vessel that has been much loved and well maintained! This 1976 Wellington 47 is a beautiful blue water sailboat as well as a great liveaboard. All Wellingtons were built on a semi-custom basis between1969 to 1980. It took 5 years to build this handcrafted boat. The teak woodwork throughout the interior is outstanding. The interior height is approximately 6'8". This sailboat is practically unsinkable because of the foam sprayed everywhere during construction. She is sturdy enough to sail around the world. The current owner has sailed up and down the coast of the Pacific Ocean. This 47-foot motorsailer has a flush flat deck with a center cockpit and tons of space to move around. This Wellington 47 has a massive 14' x 14' aft captain's quarters with its own head and massive shower. The v-berth has a second head and shower. The12-gallon hot water heater provides adequate water for bathing and dishes. The salon includes an L-shape dinette sleeper and galley. The galley includes a full-size refrigerator/freezer, microwave, electric stove with oven. There's plenty of storage for all your supplies. Make an offer or appointment to see this sailboat that's priced to sell quickly before it's gone. with a little TLC this Wellington could be an amazing find for you to enjoy or even as a live-aboard. Reason for selling is divorce.
The seller has some maintenance records, but he is the builder and has done most of the maintenance on the vessel himself. According to the seller, everything works as it should except for the rear speakers. The motor and generator start right up and run smoothly. The seller/builder has the plans for the boat. Stock #199275 Beautiful custom motorsailer with traditional lines but with every modern feature Update March 2021: You have found yourself a fine vessel with an owner that has decided to its time to move on. This is your chance to own a one-of-a-kind vessel and the seller will consider all offers. This beautiful 1997 Corsair Custom 48 has a good story and a lot of history in it. The hull of this vessel was originally built to be a Biloxi Schooner for a private individual. When he backed out of the deal, the seller, who is also the builder, decided to complete it for himself. According to the seller, there are over 11,000-man-hours in the construction. The hull is built on 16" centers and triple layered frames. All planking and frames are #1 Select Long Leaf Yellow Pine Pressure treated .40 PSI Guaranteed against rot for 35 yr. lying on ground. Keel and main timbers are Long Leaf Yellow Pine but treated 2.5 Psi same as a piling driven in the bottom to build a pier and of course all underwater surfaces are coated with a premium bottom paint 70% cuprous oxide. Deck houses are built with the same degree of attention to detail. At this time (2/2021) there is NO rot or toredo damage any where on the vessel. The vessel is nailed with 4" 316 Stainless Ring Shank Boat nails. The floors are white oak and the galley cabinets and trim are cherry and some black walnut and cedar were also used. The galley has a refrigerator with a freezer, 3 burners electric range with oven and cover, microwave and double sink. The windows are Herreshof drop down windows for maximum airflow. The head actually has a cast iron claw tub, a toilet along with a cabinet sink and medicine cabinet. The captain's cabin has plenty of storage with a hanging locker, dresser drawers with mirror and storage under the bed. This vessel has a 5-foot draft and 57-foot bridge clearance. The top section of the mast can be lowered to reduce the bridge clearance to 50 feet. The steel keel is filled with lead. The Inboard Cummins 6 cylinder with 210 horsepower is very reliable and will last for years to come. With a 300-gallon fuel tank, you are ready to travel anywhere you choose. There is also a 10kw generator under the salon floor. This vessel has a full complement of electronics including a Furuno radar, Furuno autopilot, GPS, VHF, Depth Instrument and a Compass. Virtually everything on this vessel was built by the seller, including the windows and doors. The doors even have a 316 stainless steel frame to prevent warping. The walls, floor, and doors are insulated with Sound Down for extra privacy. Wherever you look, there are special touches. For example, the steering wheel and two tiles in the salon are from Greece. One of the clocks is from a Cold War-era Russian submarine. Various fittings, such as the handles in the floor hatches, came from a company in California that built wooden minesweepers during WWII. Some of the other hardware came from the same company. There are several more unique features to this vessel and note that she has all bronze deck hardware, Cleats, belaying pins, padeyes etc. Bronze rigging turnbuckles, Stainless Steel head chains and anchor chains. Stainless Steel custom made Northhill anchor (for'wd and (1) #70 Fortress anchor aft both on bronze anchor rollers. Reason for selling is sellers change in plans forces this sale..
This boat is a total project, with lots of rot in the cabin structure and lots of leaks. It showed in an inspection that the boat has one or more rotted frames. The hull will need major repairs. The mizzen boom would need to be replaced. The main boom has been replaced with a quality aluminum unit. Stock #234312 ***SALE PENDING*** Chance to own a classic Alden! This boat is a project, and the seller is open to ALL offers! If this old girl could talk! The places she's been and the sights she must have seen. This boat needs a savior, someone who sees the beauty in its design and the possibilities for the future. The previous owner states the boat was hauled and $30,000 worth of work performed about 3 years ago. The work was done where the boat is currently birthed. The previous owner lived on the boat for 3 years working on it as a retirement project. Health forced him to sell it. The boat has a new set of batteries, a Kubota 7kw Diesel generator with only 50 hours. There is also an engine-driven generator. The 6 cylinder turbocharged Perkins diesel appears in great shape with new parts. The engine had no oil leaks at all that I could see, the bilge was oil-free. The previous owner said that the engine runs strong, but there is a drip leak on the fuel distribution manifold that should be looked at. It has a 3 bladed prop and a spare prop. An AC system is installed and appears to be a new installation. The boat comes with 8 sails, roller genny, staysail, main and mizzen, and various storm sails. The previous owner states they are in excellent condition. All water lines from the forward shower to amidships have been replaced. The workmanship on the wood interior is first-rate. But there are lots of stains and some fungus growing from all the water leaks. The plastic sheets in the interior are attempts to direct the water leaks into the bilge rather than on the cabinetry. The teak decks need some work but are in overall good condition. The standing rigging is very heavy-duty and in good shape. The owner states that they spent $10,000 on all new cushions. The previous owner said he'd be willing to chat with a serious buyer and go over what he knows about the boat. Reason for selling is not using anymore.
The boat has a relatively new Yanmar Diesel with less than 500 hours which has been serviced this year. The boat has normal wear and tear for its age. The owner also had a new a/c unit installed to help cool all areas evenly. Stock #225879 1976 FINNSAILER 29 MOTORSAILER BUILT IN FINLAND W/DIESEL YANMAR DIESEL SUPER SPACIOUS AS A LIVEABOARD OR DAYSAILER This small but mighty Finnsailer has everything needed for a great journey both under sail or by motor. A covered helm and canvas top protects passengers and captain while enjoying the water. Although the cabin is small they made ample space for all amenities. Most of the cushions have been professional recovered and the owner had added several additions accent lights throughout the cabin. The owner added a secondary A/C unit to help cool the after cabin portion of the boat. This boat is ready to move in all weather conditions. Reason for selling is lifestyle change.
The entire vessel's exterior has been blasted to bare metal and coated with epoxy paint, along with the bilges. There are a couple of cutouts of the below deck insulation where the steel was examined and found to be in excellent condition, requiring no attention. The vessel has been used for commercial purposes for many years and will show as such. However, being a project boat, it is fully ready for any new design that one can imagine. Stock #226620 Seaworthy, comfortable, solid hull and deck! Recently blasted and painted! Low hour engine! This steel hull vessel was designed and built in Maine as a motorsailer however, the current owner has most recently used her to haul freight to and from small islands off New England coast. Completed in 1994, this vessel features many desirable traits for those looking to start a project to turn this into the boat of their dreams. With its fine lines and powered by a John Deere 6068 with 130HP, she is extremely efficient and cruises at 8 knots on only 1.5 gallons per hour! The seller states that due to the hull's shape, it never 'pounds' in a heavy sea and he has not operated a more seaworthy or comfortable vessel in his career. This is a solid project boat with excellent potential to finish exactly to the new owner's desires! Call for more information today! Reason for selling is discontinuing project.
Overall this owner-built vessel is in superb condition and shows very well. The owner/builder has employed a range of shipwright and woodworking building practices usually found only in recognized boat manufacturing. The owner keeps a dehumidifier running while the boat is in covered storage to reduce moisture that may cause mildew, mold or musty odor to develop. Therefore, the cabin is clean and odor-free. The high-gloss varnished interior woodwork shines and it is maintained in a near perfect condition. It is obvious the owner cares and loves his vessel based on the upkeep he puts forth even with the minimal usage the boat receives. Stock #098057 22 ' Gaff Headed Sailboat Six foot cabin headroom. Galley portable butane, head and holding tank, sleeps four with two in forward 'V' berth **Motivated seller, open to reasonable offers ** This beautiful 22-ft. (26-ft. with bowsprit) gaff headed sailboat was hand-built by her owner. She was first launched in 2009. The vessel was modeled after the renowned Amigo by Glen L Marine and with a few design modifications, displays the features and benefits that made that pocket cruiser design so successful. Two of the attributes that stand out are the standing headroom throughout the cabin area and the fact that the boat is trailerable. Interior cabin headroom is 6"-0". The dual-axle custom trailer is included and simplifies launch and retrieval. Underway, there's 250 sq. ft. of sail area to take advantage of good sailing conditions. The round-bilge, full keel hull design cuts water easily and makes this gaff rig sloop capable of serious long-distance offshore cruising yet exceptionally easy to single hand. The marinized Mitsubishi L2E engine shows a mere 21 hours as the owner has sailed her sparingly throughout the last few years. The seller is meticulous about upkeep, keeping the interior and exterior in a pristine condition. When the vessel is not in use, the owner keeps a cover over the vessel regardless of the season. Accommodations include a large front vee-berth and a mid-ship convertible dinette. An enclosed head with privacy curtain as well as a pressurized water sink in the galley provides comfort and convenience. The cabin interior has beautiful woodwork which gives the boat a classic, warm and comfortable feel. The strip-planked hull exterior is finished in bright white and light and dark blue.
As per the seller's, they have stripped the bottom paint and applied 10 layers of epoxy water sealer (West System). They replaced all the below waterline through hulls with bronze gate valves and have maintained them in good working condition. removed, cleaned, and reset all 10 ports. They are all watertight. Removed the non-functioning propane cook stove and replaced it with two alcohol burners and built a gimbaled base for it.the head holding tank has been recently replaced with a new poly tank (12 gallons)bow lights, masthead light and anchor lights have been replaced with new led lights. The VHF radio antenna was replaced a couple of years ago while the mast was down. Recently removed the original 12-gallon aluminum fuel tank that was leaking with a poly 15-gallon tank and moved it from behind the engine to the starboard side under the gunnel. This had the added benefit of making room to maintain the engine and transmission, plus a possible location for additional batteries for electronics. He added a Parker/Racor fuel filter/water separator. Stock #215298 ***SALE PENDING*** Beautiful sailing vessel, much loved and well kept, ready for adventure! The Endevour 32 has been around since 1970 as the Irwin 32. It changes to the Endevour in 1979. With her 10 ft beam, it gives you a roomy cabin that has a 6'3" headroom for the tall people. The interior is finished with varnished teak with soft white overheads. The cabin sole is teak parquet. The interior layout is typical with a V-berth forward, the head (to port), and lockers (starboard) divide it from the main salon area which has a fold-up dining table. The port side settee pulls out to create a double berth, the starboard is a single. Aft and to port is a pilot berth and to starboard is the galley. This sloop sailboat will give you more pleasure than most 32's in her class so bring all offers on this gem. Reason for selling is doesn't use enough.
Green Cove Springs, Florida
Deck requires very little maintenance, sails have several years of life left and cabins appear dry with no sign of leaks. Stock #016266 MAKE OFFER!! A long distance sailing vessel with aluminum decks, diesel engine, generator and comfortable design. Large salon and pilot station, two cabins with berths expansive galley and dining area. Outside sailing station with electronics.
This unique boat is 49' Overall with a 11' beam, 3 ft. draft, 700 gallon fuel capacity, 200 gal water, 100 Gal blackwater capacity. The yacht is powered by a 125 hp Yanmar Turbo Diesel with 500 hours, 3 to 1 reduction transmission, 4 blade propeller, there are 2 Extra 150 amp alternators plus the engine's standard 70 amp alternator. There is a Vauflush main head, plus electric second head in the main salon. The yacht's water system is electric with manual foot pump for backup. New 2020 12 6 volt batteries for house plus starting battery. The fixed handrails are 36" high for added safety. There are spares for everything, propeller, alternators, starter, bilge pumps. Stock #218841 Rare opportunity for world cruise capable easy to sail motorsailer custom built by master boatbuilder, engineer and cabinet maker - Lacks nothing!! 49' Very Custom World Cruiser. A very experienced sailor, cabinet maker, engineer, boatbuilder and seasoned cruiser who has cruised over 100,000 miles worldwide in previous boats sat down with a Naval Architect to design and build the ultimate Blue Water Motorsailer/Cruiser. They incorporated all of the lessons learned from his years' experience and built this boat over a period of 18 years. Launched in 2017, he spent $500,000 plus and 18 years creating the perfect boat that can take you simply and comfortably around the world, the Loop, cruise the Caribbean or anywhere you set your sights on. You really have to tour this boat to fully appreciate all of it's intelligent features. The boat is constructed of wood with laminated epoxy and fiberglass. The hull is 2.5" thick from waterline to bottom. The sides are 1" thick. The forward and aft quarters are also reinforced with an additional layer of epoxied wood for collision protection. This boat is both light and very strong. Since the draft is only 3 feet the boat can easily cruise where sailboats can't and while under sail uses paravanes for stabilization. It features an Articulated Rudder that will turn the boat in its own length and provide excellent control in a heavy seaway. The boat has a separate pilothouse on top of the main cabin with 3 windshields and wipers that offer full 360 degree visibility. Down below, you have an enormous main cabin with galley, settee/berth, large dining table and chart table. The headroom is about 6'6" throughout. The aft stateroom features a double bed that is 6.5 X 4.5 feet. There is an ensuite head with shower and lots of storage lockers along the side and under the bed. There is also an enormous door that opens to the after deck platform. The forward cabin is currently used for storage but can easily be converted to a stateroom with the installation of an additional double vee berth. The charging systems very efficient, there are 2 150 Amp Alternators that are also welders in addition to the engine alternator of 70 Amps. You can remove the sails to lower the masts by yourself in 1 hour. To make an air draft of 9'6". With the big Genoa, main and self tending working jib it carries about 600 sq. ft. of sail. Cruise comfortably at 7-8 mph burning 2 gallons per hour. Wide Open Throttle speed is 9-10. In addition to Radar, GPS and Garmin Fishfinder. The VHF features A.I.S.and there is also a Single Sideband Radio and Autopilot. Reason for selling is not using.
Vancouver, British Columbia
The current owner (3rd Owner) says his 1980 CAPITAL GULF 29 is in "Good Overall Condition" As provided by the seller/owner; Maintained and serviced as needed Sails - Main, Jib, Genoa have been professionally cleaned and maintained and are in Great Condition..! Hull Bottom cleaning summer 2020 ***I have not visited this vessel in person. Pictures, details & information on condition have been provided by the owner. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any specific questions, to submit an offer, or schedule a showing*** Stock #224985 DUAL HELM "MAIN HELM" & "INSIDE PILOT HOUSE HELM"..! UPDATED RIGGING..! AUTO PILOT..! RIGGED FOR SINGLE HANDED..! Sharp CAPITAL GULF 29 with Dual Helms and is rigged for single-handed..! Seller loves the Dual Helm stations with the ability to sail with the inside pilothouse helm below for colder or rainy weather..! Updated rigging, sails are in great condition. Sails professionally maintained. Autohelm Auto-pilot, enclosed marine head, kerosene heater, alcohol stove, propane BBQ, and much more. Make sure to look through all the details, pictures, and options that are listed below. If you have any questions, would like to schedule a personal viewing or make an offer, feel free to contact me anytime.! Reason for selling is sizing up.
Brooklyn, New York
Stock #191600 Beautiful HUNTER Sailboat, get out there and catch the breeze and begin your journey today, set sail while you can. If you are in the market for a motorsailer, look no further than this 1985 Hunter 34, priced right at $24,749 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Brooklyn, New York. She is also equipped with a Yanmar engine.