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1975 Formosa 41

1975 Formosa 41

$24,750

Honolulu, Hawaii

new

Year 1975

Make Formosa

Model 41

Category Sailboats

Length 41

Posted Today

This is very much a project vessel with several unknowns which might possibly only be identified through a professional survey. There is wood rot near the base of the main mast and the bow sprit. (In photos.) Teak decks have been removed and the current decking is rather soft-ish. The flooring below the deck is also soft-ish; laminate flooring over plywood. Several spots of wood rot in the overhead beams below deck. (In photos.) Plexiglass windows leak slightly in some places. Both standing rigging and running rigging will need full attention. The condition of the sails is fair to average. Hull condition is unknown. This vessel is due for a complete bottom job. The topside is mostly covered and used for storage. Stock #289955 Lots of Character Aboard this Classic Formosa Project Vessel! Lots of Space for an Affordable Liveaboard! This spacious and classic Formosa will make a decent, affordable liveaboard or a fun undertaking for a skilled and experienced project enthusiast. In the right hands, this classic beauty could be brought back to her former glory and become a real head-turner! The current owner is selling due to medical reasons and is not sure how many owners she's had. This vessel is not currently ready for near coastal, inter-island or any longer distance sailing. She is a PROJECT BOAT and priced to reflect this. BUC valuation in "poor condition" is $48,700 - 53,600. Please read the information on the condition section below for all known details. Along with a lot of impressive, original woodwork, one unique feature of this boat are the plexiglass windows throughout, which let in loads of natural light. Below deck, there is a spacious dinette to port along with a galley to starboard featuring a gimballed stove/oven, classic porcelain sink and countertop workspace. There is also a mini-fridge in the salon. A few steps below, the salon has two berths/settees along with a classic navigation station/work desk and ample storage. The bright and airy main cabin has a single berth as well as a dual entry head with marine toilet and shower. Forward of the main cabin, the V-berth is currently used as a workshop/storage space but could possibly be converted into an additional cabin. Per the owner, the Perkins is running and has only been used to go in and out of the marina. It sips fuel and uses about 1/4 gallon an hour. Reason for selling is health reasons.

1975 Allied Princess 36

1975 Allied Princess 36

$38,900

Moore Haven, Florida

new

Year 1975

Make Allied

Model Princess 36

Category Sailboats

Length 36

Posted Today

Having spent the last 2 years preparing her for cruising, the seller states that the Allied Princess is in great condition and ready to sail. A new Sunbrella pacific blue bimini was installed in 2021. There is a dodger with isinglass that is reported to be in excellent condition. The last haul out was in August of 2021 with the bottom being repainted at that time with antifouling paint. The top paint was redone the previous year. The mainsail and the genoa are in good condition and were replaced in 2019 with Challenge 8.88oz Fastnet Dacraon with Sunbrella. The water is not hooked up to the shower or sink in the head. The autopilot chain is not hooked up. Everything is reported as sound mechanical, but as always, we welcome an independent survey to verify. Receipts and the owner's manual are available however the seller is not able to captain her for a sea trial. Stock #284387 She is well-equipped and updated as a comfortable liveaboard and bluewater cruiser This beautiful 1975 Allied Princess 36 is ready to cruise! Well equipped with RainMan water maker and solar panels. The Princess has a shoal draft, and a full keel, drawing just 4' 6? making it ideal for the shallow waters of Florida and the Bahamas. The Allied Princess was thoughtfully designed with a large, comfortable cockpit and a bridge deck. Below deck, there is a generous headroom of 6'4".The L-shaped galley offers a stainless steel sink, gas oven/stove, and an Engel fridge/freezer. The salon offers a dinette as well as a combination port quarter berth/navigation table as well as a quarter berth aft housing the electrical system. There is a forward private V berth with ample storage lockers and direct access to the head. Reason for selling is not using.

1978 Hughes 40

1978 Hughes 40

$19,950

Parlin, New Jersey

Year 1978

Make Hughes

Model 40

Category Sailboats

Length 40

Posted 2 Days Ago

The seller advises the boat is in good condition including the rigging. The sails function fine but are well used and will need to be replaced eventually. A smile on the forward edge of the keel should be looked at. The cabin could use some tidying up and a cleaning. Stock #258122 ***SALE PENDING*** Spacious, Sporty Center Cockpit Hughes 40 For Sale If you are in the market for a ketch, look no further than this 1978 Hughes 40, just reduced to $19,950 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Parlin, New Jersey and is in decent condition. She is also equipped with a Lehman engine. Reason for selling is purchased another boat.

1977 Pearson 365

1977 Pearson 365

$29,100

Bayport, New York

Year 1977

Make Pearson

Model 365

Category Sailboats

Length 36

Posted 3 Days Ago

Stock #288015 Quality Pearson 365 For Sale - South Shore of Long Island If you are in the market for a ketch, look no further than this 1977 Pearson 365, priced right at $29,100 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Bayport, New York and is in decent condition. She is also equipped with a Westerbeke Diesel engine.

1978 Herreshoff 28

1978 Herreshoff 28

$44,900

Mattapoisett, Massachusetts

Year 1978

Make Herreshoff

Model 28

Category Sailboats

Length 28

Posted 3 Days Ago

Engine was removed from the boat in 2003. The work done includes..... - New shaft and cutlass - Exhaust upgrade - New engine mounts Orion has been professionally maintained for more than a decade by two local boatyards, Parkers in Cataumet and Wooden Tangent in Mattapoisett. All Coast Guard required safety equipment has been acquired and put aboard the vessel; new anchor and attendant rode ([chain and line), man-overboard rescue system. Additionally a portable Freon horns, a rechargeable and direct wired search lights and new fire extinguishers. NOTES ON MAINTENANCE Fuel System: Fuel Hose, Racor Filter, Shut Off at Tank Fuel Filter: Primary (next to tank) Raycor 500FG (fuel/water separator); Secondary (at rear of engine). OTHER MAINTENANCE (May 2015, from seller) My plans are to get the boat in the water at the end of June and to photograph it thoroughly. I have a professional photographer and have made arrangements for a chase boat to carry the photographer while Orion is under sail. Also plan to photograph her on a mooring against a flattering background. Also will take numerable photos of the interior which is very pretty with lots of varnished wood. The only upkeep necessary is to buff out the topsides and lay up a couple of coats of varnish on the exterior bright-work. The mast and other spars are perfect. The mast was professionally stripped to bare wood and then eight coats of varnish a couple of years ago. This was done again in the fall of 2018. Orion is ready to splash.... Stock #048747 ** NEW PICS 01/24/2019 ** RARE BLUE-WATER CRUISER - EXPERTLY MAINTAINED w 2019 BRIGHT WORK DONE and INTERIOR TEAK VARNISH COMPLETED L. Francis Herreshoff designed this beauty and the seller purchased copies of her original drawings from Mystic Seaport in 2007. She was built by Brinkley Boats at the Greg Hudson & Company in Huntington, Long Island, New York in 1978. Orion sleeps four, the main cabin accommodating two in single bunks on either side. The v-berth forward sleeps two. There is no galley as is the tradition. The head is a cedar bucket. The woodwork is teak and holly sole with pine ceilings. There have been many improvements over the years; the following description identifies these improvements (with dates) within various categories.......... CABIN INTERIOR - Floor is varnished teak and holly. - Side trim and bulkheads are varnished pine and teak. - Ice box was custom built into space designed for a wood stove and is finished in varnished teak with bi-fold top that serves as a chart table. - Storage locker opposite also custom built into boat with varnished teak bi-fold top and very spacious shelving. - Stainless sink with foot pump for single spigot (all plumbing replaced in 2012). - Hanging locker. - Two shelved storage lockers; large hull locker and book shelf along each cabin berth. - Newly installed bulkhead sconces above each berth for reading. - Ceiling lamp in v-berth and two in main cabin for night time lighting. - Custom built and matching berth pillows and bumpers in traditional marine fabric and pattern. DECK AND HULL (FIBERGLASS) - Deck is white non-skid - Topsides are black (Awl-gripped in 2012). - Bottom was soda-blasted and sanded to bare fiberglass and professionally coated with 6 layers of paint (top-coats are Interlux micron CSC Green). - Cabin top is 1" varnished teak with bronze oval opening window ports with screens. - Toe rail and cockpit seats/backs are varnished teak. - Mast is sitka spruce (professionally stripped and layered with 8 coats of varnish in 2010). - All deck hardware is bronze - Lifeline stanchions and bases are bronze - Lifelines are parcelled and seized with traditional tarred seizing. - Cockpit sole is custom built teak floor boards. - Cockpit seats are varnished teak locker covers with varnished seat backs in teak. - A new tiller tender stored in the starboard cockpit seat locker can be quickly set up and provide hands free passage on most tacks except close-hauled in a seaway. ENGINE and MECHANICAL - Fresh Water Cooled - Sea Strainer: Bronze Internal - Exhaust System: Raw Water Cooled through Hose and FRP Water Lift Muffler - Electrical System: Alternator - Ventilation: Natural - Reduction Gear: Volvo - Engine Beds: Oak - Instruments and Monitoring (New Stewart Warner Gauges) - Controls: Volvo Single Lever Cable RUNNING GEAR - Shaft: 1" Aquamet - Coupling: Steel Flange - Stuffing Box: Bronze/Flax Packing Gland - Bearings: Cutlass Strut, Cast Bronze Propeller, 3 blade Maxi-Prop ELECTRONICS - All wiring was replaced and new breaker panel in 2007. - VHF - Speed - Compass - Knot Log Depth - Furuno Chart Plotter - Tiller mate (Raymarine) - Custom Electric Windlass installed 2007 - Running Lights - Anchor Light - Interior Cabin lights - 2 12 volt (DC) Batteries - New engine panel in 2004. RIGGING - Sloop Rig with mast step on deck. - All hardware for mizzen mast and mizzen boom available (if desired) with step for mizzen in place; all running rigging and mizzen sail with cover to match main and jib. - Professionally modified self tending custom jib (Roller Furling and Forestay Foil available in separate inventory if desired). SAILS - Dacron Mainsail (good condition, professionally cleaned and repaired every season). - Three reef points on main. - Custom built (Sperry Sails) self- tending jib new in 2010. - Matching sail covers in traditional buff Sunbrella fabric. - All running rigging is traditional white 3-strand line appropriately sized. - Two cockpit winches, one on each side mounted outboard of the seat coaming. CUSHIONS - All interior cabin/berth cushions custom built [new] in 2007 - Cockpit cushions custom built [new] in 2007. - Covering is buff Sunbrella ANCHORING - Three anchors available - Traditional Danforth installed on cabin top. - Custom bronze windlass designed and manufactured for Orion by Ideal Windlass in East Greenwich, CT (electric controls at the helm and foot switch forward next to the windlass). - 300 feet of 3/8 inch chain in chain locker fed through custom chain pipe with cover; bronze chain stopper and custom bronze bow roller. OTHER EQUIPMENT - Plow, Fisherman's Anchors - Fenders - Horseshoe Ring - Boat Hook - Dock-lines OTHER NOTES The engine make is a Volvo diesel. The engine has two alternators; one each for the engine battery and the house battery. There is a Life-sling battery charger. ***RECENT NOTES (Feb 2015) FROM SELLER*** The only features that might be added are: a custom designed and installed Ideal electric winch with an all chain rode and deck step controls forward plus separate control at the helm. The propeller is a bronze three blade folding maxi-prop. I mention these because they were expensive and very useful installations that contribute to the fact that this little cruiser is very carefully maintained and is in show room condition. Also, the top sides were awl-gripped in the winter of 2012 and set off by the plentiful varnished teak trim, cabin-top and spars. Orion is always one of the prettiest vessels in any harbor she visits. I am fully aware that the market for this vessel is very limited. She is one of only three that has a fibreglass hull. Thousands of H-28's were built in wood as they were designed to be built. Those vessels are all over the world, especially in Australia and New Zealand. But they have no standing headroom and are confining. Orion has full standing headroom and very spacious storage and living space in the cabin because of the glass hull. It is a completely different boat below compared to the traditional wood build-out. The other feature of the glass hull coupled with the period of her construction is that she is heavy for her size (12,000 pounds). That weight makes Orion the best heavy weather boat I have ever sailed. An experienced sailor and I sailed her west in Vineyard Sound and tacked through Quick's Hole into Buzzards Bay and up the bay to Marion Harbor in a 50 mph northeast gale that began the night before. The boat loved it but it was a wild ride. The other feature of the weight is that she is slow until the wind picks up. Any sailor whose home environment has frequent strong wind and wants to be out in it will love this boat. Another feature of Orion that appealed to me and motivated me to purchase her is that she almost none of the typical systems of small cruising sailboats; no head, no galley, no plumbing except a foot pedalled fresh water pump. Her electronics are limited to cabin lights, running lights and a few simple navigation instruments. And, all the wiring was completely replaced with a new panel in 2006. With the spacious and accommodating ice-box Orion is a perfect week-ender or a week if you are not cruising to uninhabited islands. I have mounted an electric water pump on a piece of 5/8 thick plastic (for ease of handling) and with a plastic shower head attached to a short piece of discharge hose and the the intake hose pushed into the water tank fill pipe I have a refreshing shower sitting on the cabin top at a sunny anchorage. (No plumbing; no systems; just the water pump that is stored in a locker!) Her well-maintained condition makes her a 'MUST-SEE'!!!

1978 Pearson 365

1978 Pearson 365

$39,500

Hayes, Virginia

Year 1978

Make Pearson

Model 365

Category Sailboats

Length 36

Posted 3 Days Ago

This 1978 Pearson 365 Ketch is docked in her marina slip. Overall, the boat appears to be in good condition. She does show well for her age. She just needs a few cosmetic touch-ups. No damage was spotted on the hull. Didn't find soft spots on the deck. The boat shows that it's well equipped and ready to go anywhere. The solar panels look very good, the wind power generator looks very good. Bimini looks great and shows no tears. All sail covers look good. Shrouds and hardware in general look in very good condition. The teak in and around the cockpit looks good. Full list of what's been installed, replaced and serviced is available upon request. Just ask According to the owner, everything works as it should. Stock #258205 Well Designed Pearson! Ready for its next adventure!! Wonderful boat. Ready for independent Off-Grid living, coastal or offshore cruising. This 1978 Pearson 365 Ketch is designed by William (Bill) Shaw and known among the sailing community to be a very comfortable, roomy, and smooth bluewater and coastal sailor. Featuring 6' 5" headroom, with specious V-berth, midship pilot berth, and two extendable bench berths that allow room to sleep 5, see the video. The owner of this ketch has done so much work and upgrades to make her the perfect off-grid independent cruiser. Full list of what's been installed, replaced and serviced is available upon request. Just ask Call today to make an appointment. Reason for selling is moved out of state.

1983 Morgan Out Island 41

1983 Morgan Out Island 41

$45,000

Placida, Florida

Year 1983

Make Morgan

Model Out Island 41

Category Sailboats

Length 41

Posted 4 Days Ago

The vessel was out of the water in dry-dock when photos were taken. The vessel appears to be in good shape for the age. According to the seller all systems are operational! Could use fresh paint and new owners! Does need bottom paint before putting her back in the water. New items the seller has that go with the boat: Brand new in-the-box Depth and speed Instruments and two brand new steering wheels, along with two extra throttle and steering cables. Seller says he has two of everything for the boat. The boat is being sold "as is, where is." Stock #194091 Classic Morgan Design! Center-cockpit! Perfect live-aboard or cruiser! Ready for the next adventurer! The 1983 Morgan Out Island 41 was designed by the legendary designer Charley Morgan! This popular design was one of the first center-cockpit boats and one of the first to discount sailing performance in place of space for guests! As you enter the Morgan you enter into the galley, dining area you are met with lots of storage along both sides! The galley and the L-shaped dinette makes into a double berth when not in use for meals! The galley has a sink, microwave and stove/oven and plenty of counter space and enclosed cabinets! Portside has a long straight settee (berth) on which can be used as a bed at night or sofa by day. There is a shelf above it and two large rolling door storage units. There is also storage below the settee for all your essentials! There is also a navigation station with a large chart table that has drawers and a large icebox behind the long-settee on the port side. The walk-through to the master cabin starts aft of the navigation station and has a large shelf opposite of the access to the engine room. The master cabin has a large hanging locker. There is a shower and sink in the master cabin. The front V- berth has plenty of space for sleeping and storage! In the hall is another head with a sink! Across from the navigation station is the 2 door access to the engine compartment. The large engine room is quite spacious! This boat comes with a hard bottom dinghy, a new spinnaker, solar panels and numerous other items. Please feel free to ask questions! Reason for selling is no longer use.

1968 Armstrong 52

1968 Armstrong 52

$199,000

Port Townsend, Washington

Year 1968

Make Armstrong

Model 52

Category Sailboats

Length 52

Posted 5 Days Ago

The hull and deck appear solid. The rigging is period, and the wooden masts are ready for a new coat of paint. The deck is adorned with antique trunks of various styles that give the boat a pirate motif. Stock #253770 Hull is made of Honduras mahogany strip-planked and edge-nailed! One fly, three main sails and a topsail! It has a 12' 6" beam, & much more included!! This 1968 52-foot Armstrong Ketch is a wooden classic that will turn heads. The hull is made from Honduras mahogany, is 32' 4" at the waterline, and is 43 feet on deck. The hull is strip-planked and edge-nailed. There is one fly, three main sails, and a topsail. The vessel is powered by a Saab 20 HP hand-crank diesel model 2-GY367.216, has a stainless steel shaft, and a 2-blade variable displacement prop. There is a forward V-berth, pictured, without the mattresses, as they are being cleaned. There are two opposite benches in the salon area just forward of the galley that serve as single sleeping berths. There is a table over the engine compartment that serves as a prep area in the galley that is equipped with a propane stove, sink, and refrigerator freezer. A number of cabinets serve as storage compartments.

1980 F & C 44

1980 F & C 44

$87,500

Morro Bay, California

Year 1980

Make F & C

Model 44

Category Sailboats

Length 44

Posted 6 Days Ago

From the seller: A rare yacht built in Argentina by Frers and Cibils. Lovely lines, rich wood interior, and great sailing characteristics. It is very stable and stiff. It has a ballast of over 9k lbs and a max draft of 6.5 feet. Stock #266298 A rare yacht built in Argentina by Frers and Cibils. Lovely lines, rich wood interior and great sailing characteristics. This is a 1980 44 F&C Ketch sailboat. The boat is designed by German Frers. It is a moderate weight sailboat that is a reasonably good performer. It has a monohull fin keel with a rudder on the skeg. A rare yacht built in Argentina by Frers and Cibils. Lovely lines, rich wood interior, and great sailing characteristics. This sailboat is best suited for bluewater cruising. Only 60 of these sailboats have ever been built. Helm area companionway leads down to a navigators cabin (as well as main cabin) with large berths on port and starboard Forward of the main helm area is a second companionway that leads to the galley to port and Nav station to starboard. Forward of the galley on port side is a very large dining settee that converts to a large double, and across to starboard are over and under pilot berths. Beyond the main salon to port is a head, sink, and shower, with storage across to the starboard side. Big powerful offshore ketch, German Frers designed originally for his father, beautiful lines with tumblehome, pretty overhangs, and versatile ketch rig. Companionways at the cockpit and forward at the main salon. Definitely an offshore capable vessel, but easily weekend cruised and day sailed. Included are three spinnakers and all of the hardware associated also a storm and a regular mainsail and 4 jibs Very pretty lines and a head turner where ever she goes. Engine electrical rebuild at purchase five years ago moral Bay boat yard rewired primary starting system, double lot starting cables, new relocating starter button close to starter, rework primary electric panel to isolate starter power. The Generator was totally rebuilt at purchase five years ago. Reason for selling is doesnt use it enough..

1975 Formosa 41

1975 Formosa 41

$29,900

Aransas Pass, Texas

Year 1975

Make Formosa

Model 41

Category Sailboats

Length 41

Posted 1 Week Ago

The boat is solid but will need a lot of cosmetic work. Most of the teak wood is in fair condition and has beautiful carvings. The engine is in good condition and the electronics are in working order along with the air conditioner. Stock #261859 The 1975 Formosa 41 is a classic world cruising boat with plenty of room for your sailing adventures! The 1975 Formosa is a great cruising boat with a nice layout; load-carrying ability, tankage, all good. This one has the original beautiful teak wood throughout. Below, the doors and cabinets have beautiful carvings. Spacious cabin for your guests on long cruises. Two full berths and a side berth that can accommodate up to seven people in total. Nice galley kitchen for preparing meals for your guests and crew, including a dinette. The boat is equipped with electronics and air conditioning. With some TLC this boat could be a show stopper that will turn heads. Come take a look! Reason for selling is buying another boat.

1972 Hardin Sea Wolf 40

1972 Hardin Sea Wolf 40

$66,700

Bonifay, Florida

Year 1972

Make Hardin

Model Sea Wolf 40

Category Sailboats

Length 40

Posted 1 Week Ago

The headsail and Mizzen sail are in reported good condition and were purchased in 2007 by the current owners. The mainsail is serviceable but will need to be replaced eventually. To minimize power consumption while underway, the sink and head pumps were removed and replaced with foot pumps. The owner still has the electric pumps which can be re-installed by the next owners. The Raymarine autopilot was installed in 2020. All of the electronics are functioning except the radar dome which is not connected. Both anchor chains were purchased in 2020. An amazing long-range cruiser with the capability to see the world. Don't miss this opportunity to start a new adventure on the Hardin Sea Wolf 40! Stock #200322 CURRENTLY IN TRINIDAD - Bluewater Cruiser - Long Keel with Keel-Hung Rudder. Sail the Caribbean and Beyond!! CURRENTLY IN MARTINIQUE An experienced bluewater Sea Wolf owned by experienced bluewater cruisers. This 40' sailer is set up to cruise the oceans and see the world. The Hardin is a Ketch design with a long keel and a keel-hung rudder. She makes her home on the islands and when she is in the States, she is moored in Panama City, FL. The boat has made two tours in the Caribbean, is currently sailing the East Caribbean and can be shown to potential buyers while there! The Sea Wolf is set up for long hauls away from electrical connections and to handle unplanned eventualities. Two solar panels and the wind generator charge the batteries and the generator is used for A/C power when needed. The Hardin is a sailor's sailer. The boat is outfitted with Furuno GPS, two VHF radios, and a long-range SSB radio. Raymarine autopilot, depth sounder, and a Monitor wind instrument are at the helm. The cockpit is prepped for heavy weather with its hardtop dodger and windshields. Sails onboard are the roller furling headsail, the mainsail with two reefpoints, and the mizzen sail. Ground tackle includes two anchors, one with 160' chain and the other with 100' chain. A windlass is at the bow. The boat can sleep up to 6 or 7 depending on how it's configured, with its V-berth, two double berths, and one single berth/settee. One of the double berths is converted for storage use at the moment and sleeps one. The full galley on this great boat includes a Force 10 oven and stove and a refrigerator/freezer. And, the dinette is positioned close to the cabin companionway for great crew access. The owner is including a SailRite sewing machine which is onboard the boat and can handle sail and canvas work. Reason for selling is aging and transitioning to shorter cruising distances after this trip.

1977 Whitby Boat Works 42

1977 Whitby Boat Works 42

$55,600

Marathon, Florida

Year 1977

Make Whitby Boat Works

Model 42

Category Sailboats

Length 42

Posted 1 Week Ago

Stock #293687 Navigate the globe in this 1977 Whitby Boat Works 42' ketch! If you are in the market for a ketch, look no further than this 1977 Whitby Boat Works 42, priced right at $55,600 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Marathon, Florida and is in . She is also equipped with a Lehman engine that has 1,623 hours.

1976 Cheoy Lee 33

1976 Cheoy Lee 33

$27,800

Hope, Idaho

Year 1976

Make Cheoy Lee

Model 33

Category Sailboats

Length 33

Posted 1 Week Ago

It has a new impeller. It was hauled out and the bottom painted in 2014. While it was on the hard the masts were stripped of paint inspected and stained. The main & mid sails are 8 years old, and the Genoa and Jib are a year old. The deck is teak and it needs restoration. Stock #235614 Needs some work, not turn-key, but beautiful, Covered when not in use, come see quickly! This 1975 Cheoy Lee has been owned by the seller for the last 20 years. This is a Ketch with a Cutter Rig on her. It has a full keep and a Clipper Bow so it is not a racer, but will handle well in open seas. All of the rigging is stainless and it is original. It has been mainly a freshwater boat having been moved from Puget Sound in 2003 and taken to Idaho. The masts are citrus spruce and in reported good condition. The galley has a propane stove that has not been used in a few years. It does not have a refrigerator, but it has an icebox. It has a head with a shower, and across from it is a hanging locker. It will sleep four with a v berth and two settee berths. There is also a working autopilot. The ballast is lead, and the boat is 12,000 pounds. Call me today to schedule an appointment, or to make an offer contingent upon an inspection. Reason for selling is not using.

1964 Colvin 40 Bugeye Ketch

1964 Colvin 40 Bugeye Ketch

$38,900

Yorktown, Virginia

Year 1964

Make Colvin

Model 40 Bugeye Ketch

Category Sailboats

Length 38

Posted 2 Weeks Ago

The vessel looks very clean for the age. It's obvious the owner took good care of her. She will need some TLC on small things here and there. The engine works as it should and sounds great, check the end of the video. Stock #264273 ONE OF KIND 1964 COLVIN 40 BUGEYE KETCH! CONTINUE A TRADITION OF A BEAUTIFUL CRUISING YACHT! UPDATE 3/20/2022 Hull just got new topsides & bottom paint. 2 new photos uploaded at the end of the photo section showing that. The boat is relaunched Monday 3/21/2022 This is a rare opportunity to own this great wooden sailing ketch with lots of history! The owner of this unique ketch is the 4th owner in This vessel's 57-year history. He owned her for the last 29 years, and the other 3 owners for the first 28 years combined. This vessel had a very interesting history. She comes armed with two cannons if desired, please inquire about them if you're interested. According to the owner, this 1964 Colvin Bugeye was designed by Thomas Colvin & built by Ray Kaufman & friends. Colvin manufacturing in Mathews, Va. in 1964. Mr. Kaufman was an MIT-educated Naval Architect from Williamsburg, VA who circumnavigated the globe in a 45ft ketch named HURRICANE & wrote a book called "Hurricane's Wake" in 1942. Owner statement: "This beautiful Colvin Bugeye has weathered 7 hurricanes, 5 Nor'easters, & 3 tornados. She has been extremely well maintained & extensively upgraded over the last 29yrs of my ownership. She has sailed from Rockport, Maine to Red Bank, New Jersey to Yorktown, Va. as well as several trips up & down the Chesapeake Bay. She has also been featured in Yachting Magazine & Wooden Boat Magazine as well as local newspapers". This Colvin is known locally as a resident "Pirate Ship" under the flag of "Calico Jack". She participated in dozens of pirate festivals in Hampton & Yorktown, Va. Many updates and recorded work were done on this vessel, check out the features section. All sails are in good working condition. Ready to go. This 1964 Colvin 40 Bugeye is a "one of a kind", custom-built sailing ketch. Inquire now. Upgrades, repairs & equipment include; Rebuilt engine hatch Rebuilt transom Rebuilt Kanzaki transmission Reconditioned 3HM35F Yanmar Diesel 2 New Deka Pro Master 6 volt/190Ah house batteries Interstate 12volt 800CCA/1000MCA starting battery Pro Mariner smart charging system AIMS 3000w/6000w power inverter SeaRanger VHF marine radio Schatz brass ship's bell clock LaCrosse Technologies weather station New steering system New exhaust hose with bronze thru-hull New anchor light New LED's in all nav lights Cabin heaters & AC unit New cabin fans New 15gal fuel tank New 15gal holding tank Two 25gal water tanks New blue tooth stereo receiver 2 cabin speakers 2 cockpit speakers Custom mast steps(for easy access aloft) Lectra San sanitation system(needs servicing) Reason for selling is retiring from sailing..

1980 Endeavour 43

1980 Endeavour 43

$55,600

Palacios, Texas

Year 1980

Make Endeavour

Model 43

Category Sailboats

Length 43

Posted 2 Weeks Ago

The bottom paint is still tight and in good condition. A couple of the thru-hull valves don't turn. The seller says they need to be disassembled and rebuilt. The seller has all new Main and Roller sails which have never been used. Stock #286585 Brand new Main and Roller Furling sails-never used! Very roomy & comfortable! 4 cylinder Perkins! Designed by ROBERT K. JOHNSON, the ENDEAVOR 43 is a classic. The rigging type is "Staysail Ketch". The ballast is 12,000 lbs. The ENDEAVOR is offered with new sails...they have never been used. The PERKINS 62 HP diesel engine is reliable and runs well. The onboard fuel capacity is approximately 175 gallons. When the current owner purchased the boat about 4 years ago the boat was repainted and received new bottom paint. He is the third owner, but only the second to actually put her in the water. The original owner made several journeys across the Atlantic ocean. The hull type is a fin w/rudder on the skeg. The mast height is approximately 62'. Total sail area is approximately 1,035 square feet. A heavy displacement center-cockpit cruiser with large and comfortable living quarters. The interior headroom is approximately 6' 07". The boat can accommodate at least 6 adults between is forward and aft staterooms and settee berths situated within a generously sized saloon. All spars (masts, booms, and spreaders) are extruded aluminum 6061-T6 alloy, with a protective coating an all external surfaces. The main mast on the E43 is stepped through the cabin roof onto the keel. The mizzen mast is stepped on deck with a supporting post or structure immediately under the mast. Reason for selling is not using.