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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 !

27′ Rinker ’00 Fiesta Vee – $29,500

Stbd. broadside

Stbd. broadside

Are you eager to get out on the water this summer ?… then this is the perfect boat for a young family or two couples – and she’s ready to go right now !

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 season.

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 – $179,000 – Seattle, WA

56' Monk McQueen

56′ Monk McQueen

We believe there are very few things in life more elegant than a well-found wooden boat…

… and having had just one meticulous and caring owner over the past thirty-two years, “Jay Jay” is an exemplar of that group.

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.

SOLD ! – 42′ Uniflite Convertible 1977 – $46,000 – Seattle, WA

42' Uniflite Convertible

42′ Uniflite Convertible

These 42′ Uniflite Convertible models were designed for offshore fishing in all types of weather, and this one is all ready to go out again. Sea-kindly hull design with ample beam, strong and reliable twin Detroit diesel power, and a large aft fishing cockpit that has high bulwarks for safety offshore.

She’s had twenty years of excellent mechanical maintenance and service from her previous owner.  We’ve recently addressed minor maintenance and cosmetic issues, thoroughly checked all of her systems.

SOLD! 31′ Sea Ray 310 Sundancer 1990 – $24,900 – Seattle, WA

31' Sea Ray 310 Sundancer 1990

31′ Sea Ray 310 Sundancer 1990

A very popular express cruiser model, the 310 Sundancer has a large aft cockpit with bench and helm seating, and a full cockpit canvas enclosure for inclement weather.

The spacious interior salon features a convertible settee and cabin heater, along with two separate double berth sleeping ‘cabins’ and head with a shower. The galley has a glass top electric/alcohol stove, good-sized refrigerator and ample storage.

She’s a fast and fun family boat, just the right combination of speed, power and safety for the Puget Sound waters.

SOLD!! – 32’ Bayliner Conquest 1985 – $29,900 – Seattle, WA

32’ Bayliner Conquest 1985

Simply stunning!

This popular 3250 model has been completely restored from end-to-end. New wiring, new plumbing, new tanks, new upholstery, new fabrics, new fixtures, new canvas, new countertops, new lighting… . It just goes on and on!

Continuously upgraded since 2012 at a cost of more than $50,000, this is simply the most beautiful Bayliner Express cruiser we’ve seen. Perfect layout suitable for a small family or two couples, and absolutely ready to go right now. She was just hauled in November 2015 for bottom paint, zincs and outdrive service. Twin Volvo Penta 290 AQ’s with stern drives have a top speed of 30 kts. and a comfortable cruising range. Mechanically strong.

36’ Stockland ‘Troller’ 1967 – $29,500 – Seattle, WA

36’ Stockland ‘Troller’ 1967

$10,000 Reduction  – time for this gal to go out with her new owners on the next adventure !

“Second Chance” underwent a complete renovation for her yacht conversion over a six-year period ending in April 2012. That conversion included; minor hull re-planking as needed, all new 110v and 12v wiring and breaker panels were installed, new steel fuel tanks, new waste and water plumbing systems in place, a fully rebuilt six cylinder Volvo diesel was installed at “0” hours, and much, much more.

25′ Bertram Mark II Convertible Sport 1968 – $19,500 – Seattle, WA


Just Reduced !

A fine example of the early Bertram sports fishing line, she’s in fine shape overall!

Through the years all of the ‘little’ Bertram boats have come to be called “Moppies”, that being founder Dick Bertram’s wife’s nickname.  He first used the name for his 31’ offshore raceboats….the hull design that launched his company in the Sixties.

The Mark II Sport Convertible was built in three configurations; hard top with flybridge, hardtop, and the open cockpit “sport” model.