Racer Boats for sale in Louisiana
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New Orleans, Louisiana
2nd owner has had the vessel for 16 yrs and loves to race her. She is fully outfitted with current rigging and deck hardware. new bottom job completed in in 2013. Stock #057326 Fully updated and ready for racing If you are in the market for a racer, look no further than this 1985 Kiwi 35 Ventura Racer, just reduced to $18,000 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in New Orleans, Louisiana and is in great condition. She is also equipped with a Nissan engine that has 1,244 hours.
1989 Beneteau First 235 If you are looking for great around the buoy, but still want the overnighting accommodations of a cruiser, this is the boat! She is clean and well appointed. Ready for the starting gun. Large enough for a small family to do over nights, on the hook.
1979 Morgan 382 _____ HUGH PRICE REDUCTION______ This Morgan 38,"Dixie/Rebel"is ready to cruise.She has a good cruising inventory, A/C-Heat,autopolite,GPS,Rollerfurling,sail inventory.The Morgan is a heavily hand laid-up hull,she sports a 42hp Perkins 4-108 diesel engine. The tall rig,50'6",provides enough sail area for those speedy crossings cruisers need to be safe.The 5'draft provides that stability needed for that much sail area.
1982 Hinterhoeller Frers The popular Hinterholler Frers (F3) is an excellent cruiser/racer, for the buyer wanting to get into a 36 sailboat. This boat is priced right, for enjoying this sailing season. When time permits, you can make minor repairs & upgrades to suite your specific needs. Pelican has an extensive suite of sails (list of sails available) for both cruising and racing, so there is no need to budget for new sails anytime soon. Other features include hydraulic back stay adjustment and hydraulic outhaul and boom vang, with all stainless-steel rod rigging. In 2015 the bottom was done and a new two blade prop put on, with a new cutlass bearing, motor mounts and AC thermostat. Don't miss out on this unique, well founded cruiser/racer at an entry level price.
1984 Allmand 35 Tri Cabin Few 35 footers can come close to the usable space in this "Lady." This design came about during the late fuel shortage, by a power boat builder. There foray into the sailboat market was short-lived, but they made a good product. Former and current owners all seem to be happy with these vessels, as to construction and finish . They are not racers by any stretch of the imagination, but they are comfortable in an offshore situation. This boat has been well cared for and lovingly used by her current owner. She also has a fresh bottom job and new zincs.
2008 Hunter 38 This boat has a current survey on file, available with offer. She is priced $10,000 below market value, in search of offers now! She has been lightly used and is in very good condition. Laying in Biloxi, Ms. and ready to go anywhere!
1986 Catalina Sloop Walk in any marina from Seattle to Ft. Lauderdale, San Diego to Annapolis or Chicago to New Orleans, and the first thing you will notice is the number of Catalina boats in the slips. There must be a good reason for their popularity; Hey you guessed it, they are a good boat and represent one of the best values on the market today. The Catalina 30 is atop its pinnacle, the most popular 30 footer ever designed and built. Occasionally one comes along that outshines the rest and that is what we have with the "Hanky Panky ''. She has had a complete upgrade. I'll list all in the area of concern.
1989 Beneteau 285 What a fun boat for club racing; Yet she has accommodations for four adults, for a comfortable cruise, without producing terminal "cabin fever." One could not ask for a better club racer/cruiser; she is comfortable and fast. The accommodations are such that, the entire family will enjoy a weekend cruise. A well equipped weekender looking for a new "Skipper"!