Archive for the ‘Donated Boats for Sale’ Category
Built to the Kong and Halvorsen Marine standards of high quality and durability. This “salty trawler style design” Island Gypsy is in very good condition. The simple and attractive layout is perfect for a couple or a small family.
Dependable six cylinder Lehman diesel with 600 hours, will cruise at 7+ kts on just two gallons per hour.
A classic fiberglass sportfish from the renowned boat builder from New York’s upstate Finger Lakes region. This 30′ model has a vee berth, large dinette that drops for a double berth, galley with new stove and refrigerator and a head with shower.
A great boat for a small family, or for weekend spent fishing. Her massive aft deck – nearly one hundred square feet – affords ample room for sunning, or trolling and landing those salmon this summer.
This absolutely stunning classic yacht has been lovingly restored over the years with some major renovation in 2000 and 2001, including extensive structural work to bring the hull into near-perfect condition.
Excellent photos and a detailed history of “SPINTDRIFT II” are featured in Ron McClure’s “Classic Wooden Motor Yachts”.
The ONE and ONLY!
Available with special owner terms.
Call Rich Wallace at 206.227.2628 or email RTW@PacificMarine.Org to inspect this boat.
Less than 500 hours on re-powered twin Volvo AQ-271’s with DPX dual prop outdrives that were recently serviced and reinstalled. The boat was hauled for bottom paint and hull survey in November and “Slow Ride” is ready to go — fast!
Beautiful interior is well lit and in excellent condition. The galley has good storage, a microwave, stove and refrigerator. Private aft cabin double berth and the forward vee berth can both be curtained off from the main salon.
The Monaco design has a large open cockpit area with seating for six or more, very good access to engines and a molded swim platform and transom door. She has a new full canvas enclosure for the cockpit area.
Do one job. Do it well.
Legendary North Carolina builder Sunny Briggs tells me he built this boat custom for Peter Pulitzer in 1984. Now, you do know who we’re talking about, right?…
So, after you get done impressing your buddies with stories of her lineage – you and “Shotgun” can take them out fishing. One job, done well.
From her sleek looks, to her simple and clean interior, to her top quality machinery – this boat is built for just one purpose.
When you’re ready to go, give us a call.
Imagine the looks you’ll get in this one! She’s a 1954 Swedish Storebro Solö Ruff, Express Cruiser. All mahogany hull and interior with seamed fir decks. There may not be more more than a dozen of these classic boats in the US.
She was imported and completely reconditioned in 2003 including a new Volvo diesel. This lovely boat is a true collector’s item.
The Mirage originally had a 305 two-barrel carburetor that produced 225 hp.
The rebuilt engine is a 360 hp late-model 350, with Vortec heads and a dual duration cam, new Edelbrock intake and Jet Stage 2 Quadrajet carb. It’s not built to be ‘over the top’ and doesn’t have a rough sounding idle.
The engine has less than 20 hours on it:
1 hour with Royal Purple break-in oil, 30wt
5 hours of intermediate run time between 1,500- 3,000 rpm
3 hours of run time 1,500 -3,500 rpm
1 hour of 1,500- 4,500 rpm
She’s in great condition, had recent complete refinishing inside and out in 2007-08 and shows very well. A ‘gentleman’s project’ for many years, her former owners took great pride in this boat.
The Ford six-cylinder diesel is paired with a Universal Velvet-drive gearbox. Her 3/08 survey while on the hard states “no deterioration or soft wood was discovered and the running gear was in good condition.”
Don’t miss out on this beautiful classic Grand Banks!
Pride of ownership shows everywhere throughout this fine yacht, evidenced by the surveyor’s recent report; “maintained by a very knowledgeable owner with many years of experience.” REDUCED by $40,000!
This 55′ Californian shows very, very well. Enter via the aft cockpit or through the transom door from the oversized swim platform with hydraulic boat lift.
Up three steps to a spacious, carpeted, enclosed aft salon with wet bar and a nice set of wicker furniture. From here you can ascend to the bridge, or ahead to the main salon and lower helm.
With “one of the largest fishing platforms to be found in a flybridge boat this size” (Powerboat Guide), the 144 square foot aft deck is designed with one thing in mind…let’s go fishing! Her September 2010 survey reads; “This 1988 Viking 48’ convertible is a very well designed and very well built fishing machine with cruising comfort. The interior craftsmanship has been very, very well maintained. The market value of the vessel is enhanced by her upgrades and electronics. With the continued care and maintenance she will give her owners many more years of pleasure.”