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1975 Rawson 7'

1975 Rawson 7'


Issaquah, Washington

Willing to Trade

Year 1975

Make Rawson

Model 7'

Category Utility Boats

Length 7

Posted Over 1 Month

Rare authentic Rawson dingy. Teak trim and seat, twin hull desingn.

1972 Rawson 40

1972 Rawson 40


Ketchikan, Alaska

Year 1972

Make Rawson

Model 40

Category Trollers

Length 40

Posted 1 Month Ago

The owner purchased the boat in 2015 - They're selling to upgrade into a different style boat. They report the engine and structural integrity to be solid, but she does need some TLC. The cabin needs some updating and fuel tank needs to be replaced in the next couple seasons. NOTE FROM THE BOAT'S OWNER: "Prior to us purchasing the Rawson - She was located up in Ketchikan. This was about 5-6 years ago. We are going to move into a smaller boat that isn't this much of a project. She has a ton of potential but we're just not looking to take it on right now." Stock #167177 Start a business and start living your dream, Add on to your business as well with this amazing RAWSON, get it while it lasts. If you are in the market for a troller, look no further than this 1972 Rawson 40, just reduced to $77,500 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Edna Bay, Alaska and is in decent condition. She is also equipped with a Cummins engine that has 1,500 hours. Reason for selling is upgrading to a different boat.

Rawson 26 Foot Sailboat

Rawson 26 Foot Sailboat


Bellingham, Washington

Year 1965

Make Rawson 26

Model 26

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Length 26.0

Posted Over 1 Month

Rawson 26 foot sailboat: One of only 22 ever built. Hand laid fiberglass. The design is similar to the T-birds of the same era. This boat is in excellent condition for its age and has been a great boat for the family, which has now grown too large for us to comfortably sail this boat; we will be looking for something bigger. We've had it across the San Juans numerous times. It's a very stable boat and sails well; I've had it out in 25 knot winds with 4-6 foot seas across the straight more than once. The hull and exterior are in great shape and with a little TLC on the inside this boat has a lot of potential. That said, this was purchased as a restoration project and though most of the work is completed there's still a little left to do. Added a two-burner alcohol stove New Electrical system, wiring, and cabin lights New battery charger New fresh-water tank, plumbing, pump sink, and external freshwater fill New portable head Replaced berth cushion foam (need new upholstery New laminate floor (water proof) New paint on the deck and in the cockpit. Old deck fittings patched/filled before painting Pop-top need some love, but is functional. Needs new paint on the inside, but the surface has been sanded / prepped where necessary for the most part. It wouldn't take much to restore this. Needs new bottom paint, but the hull is clean. http: sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=5765 Equipment: 4 sails, all in great shape: Original main sail and spinnaker; 160 genoa; working jib. 2 jib halyards 1 main halyards 1 spinnaker down/up haul 2 3-sheet rope clutch cleats for halyards (1 port, 1 starboard) 2 3-sheet guides (1 port, 1 starboard) 2 lewmar 18 winches on deck for halyards Everything has been rigged back to the cockpit for single-handed sailing 2 recently serviced and rechromed Lewmar 26 winches with standard cleats Spinnaker mast eye traveler on track at front of mast Mainsheet traveler and track Boom traveler and track 2 adjustable cockpit cup holders :-) New 2014 mercury 9.9 outboard motor and tank (still under manufacturer's 3-year warranty) not included - listed at $1500 OBO Asking $2,625 without the motor; additional $1,500 for the motor; will consider all offers.