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SOLD! – 54′ William Garden Coastal Express – Connoisseur’s Yacht – $95,000 – Seattle, WA

Port Bow steaming

Crystal Sea

Reduced for summer!

Our crew spent more than sixteen weeks and a couple thousand man-hours taking her exterior down to wood, making cosmetic repairs and prepping “Crystal Sea” for a full professional refinishing.  From keel to anchor light she’s been faired, primed, sprayed, varnished and top coated.

Now, all of that tedious and time-consuming hand labor is finished, and you can be the proud owner of this true Northwest classic motoryacht that turns heads at every moorage as she arrives.

110′ U.S. Navy Barge – $249,500 – Seattle, WA

An excellent platform for conversion to various quarters configurations. Professional plans are available for high-end Fishing Camp. Retired U.S. Navy floating electronics shop and repair barge that has been maintained in “ship-shape” fashion by USN. Inspected, fully maintained and in service through May 2004. Very good condition inside and out. This is probably the finest all-steel two story enclosed barge on the market in the US, and one of the best ones remaining in the world.

34′ Mainship 1980 – Classic Northwest Trawler – $37,500

Mainship

Mainship

34′ Mainship

A classic design for the Northwest, the 34′ Mainship is “one of the most popular small sedans ever built”, according to the editors of the Powerboat Guide.

Perhaps the greatest advantage of this boat is that her single Perkins 6.35 turbo diesel will cruise economically at 7 kts. on just 2 gallons per hour, and she’ll run 10 -11 knots when desired.

“Semper Fi” has a wide open salon more than 100 sq. ft., both a full length flybridge and lower helm, large forward vee berth, comfortable galley and head with shower.  She’s just a terrific boat for a cruising couple looking to explore the great Northwest waters.

SOLD ! — 30′ Maxum SCR 3000 – Sharp Boat ! 1997 – $31,500

 

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MAXUM SCR 3000

A very economical and rare single engine SCR 3000.  Her MerCruiser 7.4 with 310 hp. will get you moving in the high teens quite comfortably and she will reach high twenties whenever needed….all the while saving considerable fuel costs over the twin engine models.

The boat was re-powered in 2012 and has about 200 hours on that replacement engine.  She just came out of the shop last month following routine maintenance and service work to the engine and Bravo II outdrive.  See all of those details in the ‘specifications’ category below.

SOLD !! – 31′ Seafarer Yawl 1973 – $9,750

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A comfortable interior design and good sailing characteristics are the hallmark of this William Tripp design for Seafarer Yachts.

The 31′ MK-I yawl was first built in 1968 and production continued until 1974.  With accommodations for four adults in the vee berth and convertible salon, the 31′ Seafarer makes a great weekender.

She has a propane cabin heater and two-burner galley stove, ample stowage for your gear and a reliable Volvo MD diesel to get you to back to your moorage after a day on the lake, or out in the Sound.

SOLD ! – 22′ Boston Whaler ‘Revenge’ 1980 — $16,000

 

5 Stbd. broadsideREDUCED !!

The builder’s reputation is very well known, and this 22′ Revenge model is a fine example of their mid-sized fishing boats.

Deep Vee hull design for stability and comfort, cuddy cabin with twin berth area for overnights or inclement weather.  Twin Scotty 12v. downriggers, live well and cleaning table.

Strong running Evinrude 225 with just thirty hours since remanufactured head, and a Johnson 9.9 kicker for trolling.

NEW bottom paint and hull wax June 2, 2017.  Vee berth cushions professionally cleaned last week. She’s all cleaned up inside and out, ready to go.

55′ Californian 1991, Luxury Motor Yacht, $240,000

A Stbd. broadsideNow offered at a significant reduction  for well qualified clients.

Pride of ownership shows throughout this fine yacht as evidenced by the appraiser’s report of spring 2017; “maintained by very knowledgeable owners with fine tastes and years of experience”.

Enter either through the transom gate from the oversized swim platform with its TNT hydraulic boat lift, or from dockside on to either of the side decks. From the aft cockpit, come up four steps to a spacious, carpeted and fully enclosed aft deck salon with wet bar and a nice set of wicker furniture with custom upholstery.  Her nearly new canvas enclosure has sun shades and roll-up sections for cross ventilation.

SOLD ! – 25′ Sundancer 1996 – $18,900 – Seattle, WA

1 MainNewly upholstered aft deck cushions arrive next week .. !!

Here’s a fabulous 250 Sundancer, a well built Express Cruiser for summer fun.  A great family boat with separate sleeping areas for kids, or, sleeps four adults.  MerCruiser 383 Stroker (5.7) and Bravo III duo-prop drive  –  with only minimal use since repowered – and yes, you can ski with her…she’s fast !

SOLD ! – 27′ Rinker ’00 Fiesta Vee – $27,500

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This is the perfect sized boat for a young family or two couples.  Simple, economical and fun !  With the recent mechanical work we’ve just completed, she’s ready to go right now.  See all the details below.

The “Honey Do” is in excellent condition throughout; has been moored under cover since new with limited use over the years while still being carefully maintained.  She is well equipped and clean, all ready to go on your first family cruise of the new year.

SOLD ! – 32′ Pearson 323 1977 – US$ 26,000

32' Pearson 323 1977

32′ Pearson 323 1977

One of the most popular models from designers at Pearson Yachts of Portsmouth, Rhode Island!

“Sapphire” just came out of the boatyard 2/2/17, with new bottom paint, zincs, hull compound and wax — and an excellent hull survey, too — available to prospective buyers upon a qualified offer.

The 323 sleeps five adults and would be a really great boat for a couple or a small family looking to enjoy the beautiful San Juan Islands this summer.   She’s been quite well maintained over the years, has had numerous mechanical and electrical upgrades, and has a Westerbeke diesel with low hours that runs strong.

60′ de Haas Shipyard 60′ Motorsailer 1968/94

60' de Haas Shipyard 60' Motorsailer 1968/94

60′ de Haas Shipyard 60′ Motorsailer 1968/94

“Mitchif” is a very stout, beautifully finished and finely equipped, ketch-rigged motorsailer conversion. She is ruggedly built of Cor-Ten steel by the De Haas shipyard for the harsh offshore conditions of the North Sea. The mid-Nineties conversion was designed by leading naval architects of the Netherlands, and reported to have taken more than two years to complete at a cost approaching a million Euro.

She is gorgeous inside and out with the finest of interior teak finishes. Clever and purposeful design elements abound. “Mitchif” is fully equipped with extensive electronics, rigged and ready for that life-changing adventure you’ve been planning for so long.

56′ Monk McQueen 1971 – $139,500 – Seattle, WA

56' Monk McQueen

56′ Monk McQueen

Now offered at a significant reduction to well qualified individuals!

“Jay-Jay” is, without any doubt, one of the most beautiful classic wood yachts in the Northwest.  Her owner of the past thirty years lavished meticulous care and considerable expense maintaining her appearance and her overall condition.

Her sparkling brightwork, flawless paint and custom designed and finished interior spaces reflect a pride of ownership you’ll be delighted to carry on.

The aft master stateroom, mid-ship twin bunks and forward vee berth sleep six adults comfortably.  Her custom designed galley and salon are luxurious.  Ample electronics and navigation systems, Satellite phone, an enormous boat deck with flybridge helm station and a 13′ Novurania  complete the package.