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Ladysmith, British Columbia
The owner says that Fairheidi is in good running order. She has been maintained to high standards and constantly upgraded. Captain-owner is including spare parts for the Lugger 123 HP diesel engine. Including new head, rocker cover, cam-shaft and bottom pan. PLEASE BRING REASONABLE OFFERS ONLY Stock #204917 Unique Live-Well Gaff Rigged Fishing Schooner! Great Live-Aboard or Commercial Fisher! If you are in the market for a schooner, look no further than this 1976 Custom 52', just reduced to $44,500 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Ladysmith, British Columbia and is in great condition. She is also equipped with a Lugger engine.
Salem, New Jersey
THIS BOAT WAS THE OWNER'S DREAM THAT UNFORTUNATLEY HAS BEEN SIDE TRACKED FOR PERSONAL REASONS. The electric head and pressurized water system look brand new. The toilet has not been used. With a proper deal the seller will take the masts down for the new owner at no charge. He also has a trucker with a trailer that has move the vessel three times with no problems. Originally he trucked it down from Greenwich, CT. Stock #127044 Porject boat Gaff rigged spruce planked schooner ballast consisting of 5,000 lbs. of lead replacing the iron that was there originally 1960 CUSTOM 42 SCHOONER THIS IS A PROJECT BOAT ANYONE LOOKING AT THIS HAS TO PLAN ON DEALING WITH THE CEDAR PLANK WOODEN BOAT THAT HASN'T BEEN LAUNCHED IN YEARS. THE ACTUAL LOA IS 43'4" Bow to stern is 32'6" The additional bowsprit is 6" This 1960 Schooner was built by Aenaes Campbell, Master Carpenter and builder, in Astoria, NY. The frames are white oak, and the planking is white cedar. . Both masts are made from a single piece of spruce with no knots. All the spars are also spruce. When the boat was commissioned in 1960, it was launched without propulsion. In 1962 the Westerbeke Diesel was installed. WESTERBEKE 4-107 40 HP DIESEL Originally the ballast was lead and iron, but the owner removed the iron which can rust and added five tons of lead inside the white oak keel. This built in fashion of the Famous "Blue Nose" 130' schooner.. There have been other updates as well. An electric refrigerator was installed along with shore power. Pressure water and electric flush toilet have also been added. The sail inventory has been updated from canvas to dacron. The canvas sails are still in the inventory. The boat is prepped for bottom paint, and the topsides have been prepped as well. THIS IS A PROJECT FOR THE RIGHT PERSON - THAT WOULD BE SOMEONE WITH SOLID WORKING HANDS ON KNOWLEDGE OF RESTORING A WOODEN SAILBOAT THAT HAS NOT BEEN IN THE WATER FOR QUITE SOME TIME. Reason for selling is no time to refit the boat.
Interior is mostly restored. Ferro cement hull was redone @13 years ago at a cost of $65,000 according to the owner. Needs a mast, engine, and sails. Exterior paint needed above deck. Some wood on the deck rails needs replacement. Some deck planks need replacement Stock #143859 Great Liveaboard! Kitchen, head and two cabins. Historical Ship from Denmark Sister of Christine! An antique ship that will be a wonderful live-aboard for you! Settle in the Captains cabin while you help restore this great lady of the sea. This schooner sailed from Mistral, Denmark, so you could be the owner of this majestic historical ship. Enjoy the authentic and well cared for interior. Invite your friends aboard for a lazy day on the river. The interior features two cabins with a galley, Engine room and head. Lots of storage throughout the ship. Range, refer, and pantry. Constructed of Oak and fir. Includes a Commercial Composting toilet Be clear this boat is not seaworthy because of the missing mast, no sails, and no functioning engine. Reason for selling is health and moving.
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This project is being sold "as is where is". The hull is currently tack welded within a fully insulated and functioning shop in Clarkston Washington on the shores of the Snake River a mere 120 miles from its mouth to the Columbia River and another 345 miles to the Pacific Ocean. Since the project currently is tack welded, final weld up and more lead for ballast need to be added. After which, she'll be ready to move to a new destination via truck or water for finishing if the buyer so desires. The shop is available for lease if the buyer decides to finish the boat on location. The hard "Bimini" top is not connected due to headroom within the shop. All specifications, cut files, blueprints, and plans are included. And, all aluminum to finish the hull is reported to be onsite. Construction began in 2005. She represents the unfulfilled dream of an ambitious, hard-working entrepreneur who ran out of time to complete her - keep the dream alive! Stock #143811 One of a kind Custom Project sail boat! She is unfinished and ready for a new owner to make her all she was meant to be! 95 Foot Schooner Project This Schooner was the brainchild of its owner after sailing as a missionary in the South Pacific starting in 1985. Over the past 20 years, he has sailed over 42,000 nautical miles reaching over twenty countries and island nations. These experiences as a missionary and providing relief work were the catalyst for this project. Designed as a highly capable long range, fast and safe offshore sailing vessel in aluminum for sailing expeditions ranging from the tropics to the Arctic, the original intent was that she be capable of doing rescue work, mission work, and relief supplies delivery for troubled areas. Long range under power was also a primary requirement, thus one could legitimately refer to this as a true motor-sailor, with 100% functionality in either mode. The Schooner's lines will provide high performance in an easily driven hull, planned for maximum speed and the fastest passage times. The twin keels and rudders allow her to sit down where there is a big range with the tides. The interior layout has been planned around an extended family or a large charter party up to 20 passengers. As such, this 3 master will also make an exceptionally fine charter vessel. Displacement will vary from around 195,000# when lightly loaded, to a maximum capacity of 259,000# with tanks full, stores for twenty people, and the boat ready for a long passage, or alternately loaded with a cargo of supplies. Hull speed is predicted to achieve nearly 18 knots. Typical sailing speeds in favorable conditions should be in the range of 12 to 14 knots. In other words, built for comfort AND speed...! Reason for selling is failing health.
According to the seller, this boat can be sailed locally as she sits right now, but will some upgrades before she takes off on her next world tour. We encourage all inquiries and questions relating to its present condition, the accuracy of details including but not limited to its location, engine hours, service history, listing status, and features. Stock #216103 Beautiful 1982 Morgan 60! Ready to sail, though she needs some upgrades as well.! This 1982 Morgan 60 schooner was the top of the fleet back in the day. She was in overall very good condition until she was hit by lightning. She was hauled, bottom inspected, and put back in the water with some electrical repairs made....The pictures show a boat that is a great platform for a refit that could make her world-class again. The generator was removed and new AC & DC panels, a new battery charger, new batteries, and a new starter were installed and she is currently operable, though under shrinkwrap in the water. Her sails were new in 2014 and the seller rates them as being in very good condition. The layout is the traditional center cockpit with 4 cabins with ensuite heads making this a great boat for entertaining or hosting the entire family. Check out the 300+ pictures closely to get a good idea of the boat's current condition and the great potential that she holds. Reason for selling is seller has too many boats.
1985 COLVIN Custom The 51 foot Colvin custom designed steel schooner, Journey, was built by Daniel L. Stoner in 1985. Home port is Sandusky, Ohio and is stored at Sandusky Harbor Marina where she can be inspected. It has been used as a Passenger vessel and certified by the USCG (# 939100) through June 2016. Most recently, the Journey was the centerpiece of the B-About Sail Ministry. Hull is a steel displacement type with keel and skeg rudder, Hull No. INZ083088018, and with the exception of the first 3 years in Florida, has been in fresh water (Great Lakes). The Load Length Waterline is 41 ft; beam 13.9 ft, and draft is 5 ft. Registered depth is 8.1 ft and displacement is 23 ton. Fuel is diesel with capacity of 81 gallons. Power is 120v AC and 12 v DC. Fresh water capacity of 300 gallons and holding tank of 100 gallons. The steel hull stem is curved with moderate flair and the transom is slightly rounded with the tumble home design. Hull-to-deck joint is welded and the superstructure is steel with venting cabin windows. There are two rows of lifelines, stainless steel bow rail, welded steel toe rails and scuppers from the cockpit and decks that drain overboard. Deck lines are yacht braid. Interior is wood with one head port forward. Galley is starboard of companion way and refrigeration is Norcold. Propulsion is Detroit Diesel 3-71N, 3 cylinders inline, 113 hp, rebuilt in 2014. Cooling system is a closed fresh water reservoir with heat exchanger and raw water cooled exhausts. Fuel tank under the salon sole. Steering system is hydraulic. VHF West Marine Zephyr; Uniden UM 380; West Marine VHF 500. Garmin GPS Map 498 and 6-inch Ritchie Compass. Safety Equipment (USCG Approved): Six Type 1 PDFs for Children and 20 Type 1 PDFs for Adults; 7 throwable cushions and 4 throwable life rings; fire extinguishers; flare kits; bell; FCC license. Twelve person life raft with strobe; bilge water alarm; manual whale pump fire extinguishing system; three first aid kits and a life sling. Aft bilge pumps are manual whale type. Steel masts with wooden booms and sails for Jib, Fore and Main. Main sail approximately 5 years old. A marine survey was last conducted May 10, 2014 by Waters Edge Marine Survey, LLC from Sandusky, Ohio. The overall vessel rating was Above Average and based on the BUC Used Boat Price Guide, the Fair Market Value was established at $105,600 in May 2014. The untimely death of the captain in early 2016 has kept the Journey in dry storage since the Fall 2015 to current. Camp Patmos (www.camppatmos.com) of Kelleys Island has clear title to the schooner and desires to sell quickly. No reasonable offer will be refused. Contact Gary L. Hoffman, 330.523.9007 (email: firstname.lastname@example.org) for additional information.
Spring Lake, Michigan
1985 Sutton Schooner Marconi Rig Jade Lady is truly a one-of-a-kind steel schooner. She has voyaged more than 30,000 miles and has become known throughout New England, the Chesapeake, Bermuda, and the far corners of the Caribbean for her beauty under sail and her proven offshore record. Jade Lady was designed by George Sutton, the renowned steel boat designer and builder (Sutton Boat Works) of Tarpon Springs, FL and St. Augustine, FL during the 70's and 80's. She was built in St. Augustine by Dennis Schreiber, a well-known steel boat builder who collaborated with George Sutton. Jade Lady has had only two owners since her construction. A shipwright himself, her previous owner took on the two-year project of finishing this beautiful boat, employing his fine joiner skills to craft an interior using solid mahogany, teak, and ash. Her interior was built with an eye to practicality, comfort and safety at sea. Jade Lady has rounded bilges (rolled steel) - a very special and unusual feature on steel boats of this size, most of which are hard chine. She is a dream to sail, with a sea kindly motion in a variety of conditions, and a fair turn of speed as proven by her trophies from many Great Schooner Races. Virtually every system on the boat was updated in 2013-2014. Jade Lady is Coast Guard documented for both Coastwise and Recreation. Recent updates include: new wiring throughout the vessel, an entirely new fuel system, all new PVC pressure-fitted plumbing system, new exhaust hoses, new through hull fittings, a Fireboy fire suppression system in the engine room, and high water alarm in the bilge. There are two new VacuFlush heads and new sink faucets. The standing rigging has been updated, and the sails have less than one season of use. The holding tanks have been updated; the boat currently has a black and gray water-holding tank configuration. Therefore, she is completely environmentally friendly as a zero-discharge boat. Jade Lady currently is operating as a six pack sail charter vessel out of Port Huron, MI. The current owner’s plans have changed, so Jade Lady is on the market for only the second time since her construction. Jade Lady is as sound, safe, and seaworthy a boat as you are going to find. If you are looking for a classic vessel that draws attention in every port, Jade Lady is worth your consideration. This unique schooner is ready to take you anywhere you desire in safety, comfort and style. THE SELLERS HAVE REDUCED THE ASKING PRICE FROM $189,500 TO $169,900. THEY ARE MOTIVATED AND WILL LISTEN TO ALL REASONABLE OFFERS