Sloop Sailboats for sale in Pennsylvania
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Topsides and deck appear in excellent condition and the trailer shows no signs of corrosion. The hull sides are waxed annually and the outboard engine also looks clean and well maintained. The plastic portholes and front hatch don't show any crazing and the nonskid on deck appears to be in excellent shape. Stock #166616 Excellent condition loaded with extras to ease sailing! Engine rarely used- only 20 hrs! If you are in the market for a sloop, look no further than this 2013 Precision Precision 18, just reduced to $14,750 (offers encouraged). This sailboat is located in Quakertown, Pennsylvania and is in great condition. She is also equipped with a Honda engine that has only 10 hours. Reason for selling is getting out of boating.
1966 Pearson Alberg For Sale 35' Alberg. $18,000 This is a project boat requiring a handyman with numerous skills. For further information and equipment list email: email@example.com
1987 Freedom 36 PRICE JUST REDUCED Broker’s Comment: This 1 owner Freedom 36 has always been berthed in Erie at Erie Yacht Club. It has only been used in fresh water. Her owner is principally a Day Sailor. Freedom Yachts are very easy to sail single handed. With all controls lines lead aft to the cockpit, a deep-roached mainsail drives her easily and her self-tending jib makes tacking easy. Her fin keel allows for a quick turning radius and easy maneuvering in crowded marinas. Her carbon Fiber Mast eliminates rig tuning and her wide side decks are free of obstructions. Lazy Jacks handle the main with ease. She sails well in all conditions and is a stiff boat in heavy air and seas. Below she is very roomy for a mid-thirties vessel. Ample storage, large berths that can accommodate 7, good light and ventilation, and two private cabins make this an excellent choice for cruising sailors.m, 3GM Yanmar, Low Hours, New Bottom
Category Sloop Sailboats
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1980 Sancerre 38 Cutter Rigged Sloop Keel/Centerboard "Mariah" was designed as an Off-Shore Racer/Cruiser. She is solidly built and her current owners have enjoyed her since 1983 having sailed up and down the East Coast and Great lakes. She features some upgrades and newer sails. Would be a solid choice for those who want a well-built fast cruiser.
Offered for your consideration is this 1980 18’ Chrysler Buccaneer sailboat. I have the Certificate of Title to the boat, issued in Pennsylvania 9/30/2009. Since that time it has been in the water exactly twice, both times at Marsh Creek Lake in Lionville (Exton) PA. The Hull Identification Number is CBC63159M80E. The boat has been sitting unused and stored outside for the past five years and deserves a new home. Needless to say, since the boat has been stored outside, she will need a thorough cleaning and detail. You’ll probably want to consider painting the hull. The mast, stays, and hardware are all intact. There is a very old fiberglass repair at the bow (see photo). I have at least one sail (no rips or tears but it is dirty) and a spinnaker. There may also be a jib around. The trailer shown in the photos IS included in this sale. I provided a photo to show what the Buccaneer can look like, cleaned up and under sail. The Buccaneer is a very popular boat and there are numerous websites and discussion forums available. The Buccaneer was designed for both pleasure and racing. The Buccaneer 18 Class is friendly and family oriented. This simple sloop is a blast to sail, and easy to maintain. KEY FEATURES · Great Class for Daysailing or competitive Racing · Fast Planing Hull Design · Sloop Rig, Roller Furling Jib · Integral Spinnaker Launch Tube Length Over All: 18' Length of Waterline: 16' 8" Beam 6' Draft (Board Down) 3' 10" Sail Area (Main and Jib) 175 sq. ft. Sail area (spinnaker) 178 sq. ft. Weight (Class Minimum Rigged Boat) 500 lbs Hull Material Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic Spar Material Extruded Aluminum Crew Capacity 1-6 Designed in 1966 by Rod Macalpine-Downie and Dick Gibbs, the Buccaneer incorporates classic elements that have made this racing dinghy a consistent performer for more than 35 years. Due to its hull design, the Buccaneer planes in 8-10 knots of wind. An integrated spinnaker launch tube, roller furling jib, and well-constructed sailplan, 7'3" cockpit with non-skid seats, deck and floor make it a good two-handed racing dinghy. Well balanced and easily handled, the Buccaneer continues to appeal to both seasoned competitors and new sailors. Weighing 500 pounds, the Buccaneer requires a trailer and winch to be launched. A comfortable cockpit arrangement and simple rigging round out the Buccaneer's design, making it a good day sailor for the family. Features: It's a "sit in" rather than a "sit on" boat. The sloop design includes a spinnaker with launch tube. The waterline is as nearly symmetrically heeled as possible, eliminating much of the weather helm caused by heeling. The wide beam at the waterline plane eliminates the need for a trapeze. The boat's potential performance exceeds that of any non-trapeze design so that it is capable of handsomely rewarding the skills of the helmsman and crew. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE