Archive for the ‘Donated Boats for Sale’ Category
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.
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.
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.
“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.
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.
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.
A stout, well built cruising sailboat with a great reputation!
This 30’ Baba built in the Ta Shing yard would make a terrific first sailboat for a couple or small family. Sea-kindly and stable, she’ll get you where you need to go – out to the San Juans for the weekend, or all the way around Vancouver Island for the summer.
From the legendary workshop of designer Robert Perry, the Baba is awash in fine design elements. From her teak bowsprit — ours is a brand new replacement — to her double-opening butterfly salon hatch, to the vertical lath trim boards in the curved cockpit combing; she’s truly a beautiful little boat, unmistakable at dockside.
An economical and fun cruiser for a couple or a small family. These Cierra 2859 models have been built since the early nineties and are among Bayliner’s most popular and practical designs.
Her MerCruiser ‘multi-port fuel injected’ 7.4 V-8 will reach a top speed near 25kts, and she cruises comfortably just over 16kts. With her ‘aft cabin’ design, forward double berth and the convertible salon dining settee, she can sleep as many as six people.
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.