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1974 Fuji 35 Ketch

1974 Fuji 35 Ketch

$55,000

Clearwater, Florida

Year 1974

Make Fuji

Model 35 Ketch

Category Sailboats

Length 35'

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1974 Fuji 35 Ketch This classic Fuji Ketch is located in southern Chile.  For those who have dreamed of sailing Patagonia, this is your chance!  Despite her age she is well maintained, well equipped, and ready to go! Of the design, here is an excerpt of a review from famed bluewater yacht designer Robert Perry:   By now the Fuji 35 is a very successful stock yacht. Upon her introduction I was quite surprised that there was a market for a yacht with very little of the current stock boat trappings. In fact, the Fuji 35 seemed a little anachronistic. It is, I'm sure, this feature that has brought her to the popularity she is now enjoying. The John G. Alden office has been known for years for producing fine performing yachts. The Fuji follows in this tradition. She is of a hull form that traces its model back to the well-known Alden schooners. Compared to most of the current production yachts, the Fuji is a bit narrow. I don't think it's narrow, I feel it's about right for good windward performance. While the Fuji won't point like an IOR racing yacht, she will move to weather well, to cruising boat standards. The sheer and other aesthetic treatments on the hull are done with impeccable taste, and the Fuji doesn't convey the "toy boat" image of some of the other character type designs. In fact, to call the Fuji a character yacht would be wrong. She is a traditional yacht. The beam on deck is generous. This makes for a very dry boat and has the bonus of affording large side decks and a huge cockpit area. The keel is long but cut away slightly forward to improve maneuverability. There is a slight drag angle to the keel also. This, I think, is also to improve maneuverability. There should be no question as to the Fuji's ability to track or steer herself. The large transom and the minimum overhang of the mizzen boom would be ideal for attaching a self-steering device. The displacement / length ratio of the Fuji 35 is 413. This indicates the Fuji is in the heavy displacement area. The Fuji is available in two rigs, the standard ketch and optional cutter. Aesthetically both rigs look great on the yacht, but my preference is for the ketch. It's true that you possibly could go to weather a little bit better with the cutter; however, I think the improvement would be negligible due to the hull form of the Fuji. The largest sail in the ketch rig is only 220 square feet. This would make the Fuji very easy to handle short handed. The ketch rig is very hard to beat for leisurely husband and wife sailing. While I don't care for the shape of most club jibs, they do cut down the activity during a tack. Very few people can go below a Fuji for the first time without some sort of pleasant exclamation. The woodwork is of a quality that is all but extinct and has to be one of the main selling points of the Fuji. Her builder is Fuji Yacht Builders, Japan. The molding details are the best I'v

1981 Passport 45 Center Cockpit Ketch

1981 Passport 45 Center Cockpit Ketch

$54,900

Hilton Head Island, South Carolina

Year 1981

Make Passport

Model 45 Center Cockpit Ketch

Category Sailboats

Length 45'

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1981 Passport 45 Center Cockpit Ketch An unusual hybrid design, the Passport 45 owes much to the legendary Peterson 44 for her underbody. She would later evolve into the Liberty 458, another cruising classic. Just over a dozen of the design were built; thus, they rarely come onto the market. This translates into a wonderful opportunity to own one of the most respected cruising boats around! This is not your typical Passport. This boat was built off of the very famous Kelly Peterson 44 hull & deck molds, in one of the finest Taiwan yards. She is a great cruising boat with good speed and a lot of comfort.  Kunjani has been continually maintained, upgraded and babied. This vessel has had each system installed with the ultimate care and pre-thought. Equipped with 2 refer/freezers, 4-br stove w/oven and broiler, marble counter tops and Espar central heating. The passageway is a workbench and storage area.  If you are looking for a cruising boat that is truly ready to cruise or live aboard, this is it. Headroom is 6ft 3in minimum, has 6 large ports, all of which makes the boat very bright and cheerful.

1981 Gulfstar 50' Ketch

1981 Gulfstar 50' Ketch

$119,000

La Salle, Michigan

Year 1981

Make Gulfstar

Model 50' Ketch

Category Sailboats

Length 50'

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1981 Gulfstar 50' Ketch Gulfstar Yachts was founded in 1970 by Vince Lazzara, an industry pioneer who in the early 1950s helped make a success of Aeromarine, one of the very first fiberglass boatbuilders. In the early 1960s he did the same at Columbia Yachts, which became the worlds biggest sailboat builder in its day. Early on Gulfstar emphasized low price and maximum interior space over build quality and sailing ability, but in the mid-1970s the company shifted gears and worked to deliver a more high-end product. The most notable manifestation of this was the Gulfstar 50, a large center-cockpit cruiser first introduced in 1975. The GS 50 was the best boat Gulfstar ever built and also the most popular, with 172 hulls launched during a six-year production run that ended in 1980. Designed by Lazzara himself, the GS 50 boasts superior interior joinery, generous accommodations, robust construction, and a well proportioned hull and rig. These days it is one of the best values on the brokerage market in a larger center-cockpit boat. Though better built than most Gulfstars, the GS 50 is not without its faults. Construction is simple and straightforward, with a solid hull laminate composed of multiple layers of mat and woven roving. (Note, however, a few hulls may be cored with balsa.) The hull is stiffened, not with liners, but with full bulkheads and furniture components that are tabbed in place. The deck is balsa-cored, with a through-bolted joint glassed over from below. The full-length rudder skeg is also bolted in place. The ballast, which consists of lead chunks embedded in concrete slurry, is encapsulated within the long fin keel. Problems over the years have included hull blisters, which normally are just cosmetic, but in some cases have involved saturated cavities surrounding the ballast. These must be drained and flushed before they are filled in. The mainmast step, an iron plate in the bilge directly over the keel, is subject to corrosion, while the mizzen step on ketch-rigged boats may have crushed the deck core beneath it. Leaking deck fixtures, hatches, and port windows are other common complaints. In some boats the bronze stern tube housing the rudderstock may eventually separate from the surrounding hull laminate and must then be rebonded in place. There have also been reports of loose tabs around bulkheads and sub-floor structures that also need rebonding. The good news is that many owners value their GS 50s enough that they are willing to make repairs. Well-maintained boats are not hard to find; boats in poor condition are priced accordingly and normally are worthy of reconstruction. For most owners the boats most attractive feature is its interior. The more popular layout, originally developed for the charter trade, features three staterooms and works very well for families. The master stateroom aft with an en sui

1979 Cherubini Ketch

1979 Cherubini Ketch

$275,000

Key Largo, Florida

Year 1979

Make Cherubini

Model Ketch

Category Sailboats

Length 44'

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1979 Cherubini Ketch Probably the nicest example of this classic sailing vessel. Ananda has been lovingly maintained and upgraded by the same owner for over 20 years. she regularly sails from Maine to the Lower keys, and the Bahamas. Words or photos don't do her justice.

1985 Bluewater Ingrid

1985 Bluewater Ingrid

$29,895

Muskegon, Michigan

Year 1985

Make Bluewater

Model Ingrid

Category Sailboats

Length 38'

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1985 Bluewater Ingrid The Ingrid 38 from the pen of William Atkin is a heavy displacement blue water cutter derived from Colin Archer's famous double ender designed North Sea pilot boats, which in turn were inspired by Viking boats renowned for their heavy weather characteristics. Perhaps Atkin sums it up best by saying it's "the kind of boat that behaves herself in rough water and can be depended upon to sail herself". (To that part we do hear frequent mentions of the superb one-finger-on-tiller tracking and a comfortable ride.) With her old world style, Josette's a good looking boat with a sheer line reminiscent of Crealock's famous Westsail 32. Her seaworthiness is there to see in her full keel, heavy displacement and overbuilt construction. Her hull is heavily hand laid in fiberglass. There's robust outboard chain plates and an outboard rudder protected by extra fiberglass and a large bronze shoe casting should she scrub the bottom. Atkin's main rework on the Ingrid 38 from Archer's original design was finer entry on the bow which 'cushions' her landing off the waves and even may increase speed slightly. Below the waterline she has a long full keel with deep v-sections forward keeping her stable in the rough. The ballast is encapsulated and is distributed from bow to stern, to keep the weight as low as possible. Rounding this off, there's plenty of flotation designed in her ends, fore and aft which helps keep her dry. The trade off of heavy displacement and ultimate stability is usually in speed so the Ingrid 38 is not considered fast. By the numbers, her hull speed works out at 7.2 knots but she'll more often manage a consistent 6 knots while cruising. Surprisingly she's known to sail pretty well in light airs, as owners report she'll do half the wind speed in up to 8 knots of wind. However, she's a boat that comes into her own in heavier seas. The cutter rig gives plenty of options on all points of sail and she's an easy boat to single-hand. Josette is her original name and she has spent most all of her life in fresh water. She only spent one year in salt water in 1985, her original launch year. This is a one-owner vessel. The hull was built in 1974 by Bluewater Yachts in Washington state and it is reported that these are the same builders that build the Nordic Tugs. The interior cabin sides (ceiling) were finished in planking by the original owner. The hull is foam insulated to keep you cool when it is hot outside and warm when it is cold outside. The galley area is a great work space for any type of cooking. The mast is anodized aluminum construction by MetalMast Marine, with internal halyards. The hull is solid fiberglass construction and does have some gel coat surface blisters above the waterline, but they do not appear to be structural. She recently had the following engine work accomplished: new head gasket, two new exhaust valves, injector service,

1985 Kong & Halvorsen Dawn 48

1985 Kong & Halvorsen Dawn 48

$153,000

North Kingstown, Rhode Island

Year 1985

Make Kong & Halvorsen

Model Dawn 48

Category Sailboats

Length 48'

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1985 Kong & Halvorsen Dawn 48 The beautiful German Frers design is elegant under sail and provides a comfortable blue water cruiser. This example has seen extensive refit, installations and upgrades in the past 10 years that enable the next owner piece of mind and value to cruise or live aboard as desired. Call to see her today.

1969 Spencer 44

1969 Spencer 44

$74,900

Clearwater, Florida

Year 1969

Make Spencer

Model 44

Category Sailboats

Length 44'

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1969 Spencer 44 An amazing Blue Water Ketch This boat has been upgraded over the last ten years and it s stunning!   Perkin 236 330 hrs. Weterbeke generator 5 kW 470 hrs. Full isinglas and canvas enclosures Two air conditioners Beautifully maintained classic interior with appliances upgrade 68 head room

2017 Homemade Chinese Junk

2017 Homemade Chinese Junk

$149,000

Warwick, Rhode Island

Year 2017

Make Homemade

Model Chinese Junk

Category Sailboats

Length 48'

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2017 Homemade Chinese Junk CURRENT PRICE IS A GUIDE.  ALL OFFERS RESPECTFULLY CONSIDERED. General Description Thomas E. Colvin, NA Design 48' Ocean Cruising Auxiliary 3-masted Junk. She has a 5' Draft, and dual integral keel cooling. There is lots of headroom for a six-footer. This is a big, stable, tough, easily maintained, operator-friendly boat with a great deck layout, and a capacity to cruise anywhere in the world. Design anticipates easy crewing by a couple, and single-handed under sail or power is a viable option.Actual Condition It is reported, due to health reasons, the owner has suspended the project. All major steel construction has been completed, including grinding of all hull welds. The ship has also been sandblasted and painted. There are well over 6,000 hours of construction into the Chinese Junk at this point. The hull, deck, bulwark, and cabin plate are high-strength low-alloy Corten Steel. The frames, keel shoe and t-bar are A-36. All steel is certified, and from USA Plants. All plates were cut with plasma to preclude any warping. All welding was done with modern, inverter-based welding machines. The hull plate welds were triple welded with very high-quality filler metal. Generally, the interior welds were made with a dual shield mig process, and the exterior welds were made with a traditional stick process. The rest of the work necessary to complete the project is primarily inside carpentry, plumbing, sail making and wiring. Almost all major parts, such as portlights, shaft, propeller, hatches, windlasses, masts, rigging, etc. are ready to bolt on to the hull now that the sandblasting and painting have been completed. EquipmentEquipment Included in the Package: Three masts approximately 11,000 pounds of 50-pound lead bricks custom-sized for the keel space. 22 Lewmar #1 Ocean Series Portlights with interior trim and screens. Cam action lock and friction hinges to hold at any angle. Approximately 8 3/8 inches by 16 1/2 inches overall (7x14), Lloyd's approved. ("Ocean Series"

1978 Gulfstar 50

1978 Gulfstar 50

$120,000

St Augustine, Florida

Year 1978

Make Gulfstar

Model 50

Category Sailboats

Length 50'

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1978 Gulfstar 50 This Gulfstar 50 has done it all and it can do it for you. Sailed through the Panama Canal, six trips to the Bahamas, five trips to New England and Maine, two years live aboard and just hundreds of great weekend and day sails. Can be easily single handed. I have owned this boat for 20 years and over 100,000 miles but my cruising days are over. She has had loving care. I can teach you sailing and could deliver her to any place on the Atlantic or Gulf Coast as a part of the purchase. Disp. 35,000 lb.  Draft  6 ft. Ketch rig with main, job, mizzen, spinnaker, spin stay sail, covers 72 hp Westerbeke diesel 2003 with service manuals and service records. With $$$$ of spare parts 8 kw Westerbeke diesel generator Auro pilot Inverter inflatable raft with 18 hp engine Live Raft and all safety gear EPIRB Anchor windlass (3 anchors ) Pulpits, lifelines, gates Aft swim step and ladder 200 gallons fuel 250 gallons water (2 tanks) Refrig and freezer RO water maker (13 gal/hr) hot/cold pressure water, shore power, shower Fwd and aft heads Owner cabin aft/ guest cabin fwd Propane stove and oven 480 watts of solar power (2 panels) Dodger, bimini sun shade Garmin GPS, Radar, Depth Sounder Two VHF radios Two compasses

1981 ENDEAVOR 37 Ketch

1981 ENDEAVOR 37 Ketch

$49,500

Daytona Beach, Florida

Year 1981

Make ENDEAVOR

Model 37 Ketch

Category Sailboats

Length 37'

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1981 ENDEAVOR 37 Ketch JUST REDUCED TO $49,500 37' ENDEAVOR KETCH 1981

1971 Hallberg-Rassy 35

1971 Hallberg-Rassy 35

$47,500

Jupiter, Florida

Year 1971

Make Hallberg-Rassy

Model 35

Category Sailboats

Length 35'

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1971 Hallberg-Rassy 35 1971 Hallberg-Rassy 35 Contact Bill Lutch at (561)339-8176 [email protected]

1983 Freedom Cat Ketch

1983 Freedom Cat Ketch

$74,875

Punta Gorda, Florida

Year 1983

Make Freedom

Model Cat Ketch

Category Sailboats

Length 44'

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1983 Freedom Cat Ketch FARALLON is a classic Freedom Cat Ketch that has been continually upgraded and maintained by her owners.  She sailed here from San Francisco and is ready to go cruising again.  If you love to sail you have to see this boat.

1986 Nauticat 44 Motorsailer

1986 Nauticat 44 Motorsailer

$175,000

Naples, Florida

Year 1986

Make Nauticat

Model 44 Motorsailer

Category Sailboats

Length 44'

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1986 Nauticat 44 Motorsailer This 44 Nauticat "Hummingbird" is built in Finland by one of the most respected boat builders world wide and is an extremely well construct yacht.  It has a double head sail ketch that features a strong 120hp Ford Lehman diesel auxilary.  The vessel has V-berth forward, full galley, dinette/salon, spacious pilothouse, and a aft stateroom with centerline berth.  After an extensive cruising history, the owner is getting out of boating and is looking for a new owner for this much loved yacht.

1979 ENDEAVOR 43 Ketch

1979 ENDEAVOR 43 Ketch

$81,500

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Year 1979

Make ENDEAVOR

Model 43 Ketch

Category Sailboats

Length 43'

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1979 ENDEAVOR 43 Ketch The Endeavour 43 comes from the first generation of sailboats from Endeavour Yachts, a yard that built its early reputation around simple, straight forward shoal draft designs with big volume accommodation and mediocre sailing performance. True to that formula, the Endeavour 43 was penned by Robert Johnson as a heavy displacement center-cockpit cruiser with large comfortable living quarters and a shoal draft optimized for Florida sailing. The boat was first introduced in 1978, offered in both ketch and cutter rig options, and had a production run that lasted to 1984. Easy to see in Fort Lauderdale.

1983 Morgan Out Island Ketch

1983 Morgan Out Island Ketch

$53

Placida, Florida

Year 1983

Make Morgan

Model Out Island Ketch

Category Sailboats

Length 41'

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1983 Morgan Out Island Ketch 1983 Morgan out Island 41 ,Second Owner,..Perkins 41-154-01689 ,62 HP Diesel engine ,runs like new very clean and maintained all new hoses ,belts ,fluids,Two 16000 BTU,reverse cycle central air conditioner,hot water heater 110 volt..force 10 propane stove,with oven ,large refrigeration-deep freezer,large double steel sink,plenty of storage.four deep cycle 6 volt golf cart batterys,VHF new 2010 Raymarine ST40 Depthsounder,and ST speed,,all new not installed,lots more,this is the cleanest morgan in Florida ,I looked for years,Health issues must sale,,on the hard at JR boat storage.ready for bottom paint ant a few add ons,,,also solar panels.hard top .tons more please email or call.  [email protected],,,,,,361-461-7517