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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.

SOLD! – 32’ Endeavour 1978 – $11,500 – Seattle, WA

32′ Endeavour 1985

Designed by Ted Irwin for Endeavour Yachts in Florida, this popular 32′ sloop model is a perfect ‘starter’ boat for a couple or a group of friends wanting to explore sailing in the beautiful Northwest. She’s strong and stable, has good interior space and a reliable, low hours two-cylinder diesel installed in 2005.

Interior accommodations include a forward vee berth, salon pull-out double and a single quarter berth. A tidy galley area with refrigeration, propane stovetop and a cozy Dickinson cabin heater for cool nights.

Simple and fun to sail, she’s all cleaned up and ready to go.

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.

SOLD! — 32’ Bayliner Montego 1976 – $9,750- Seattle, WA

32’ Bayliner Montego

The Montego 3350 was a very popular model when first introduced, with an appealing hull design that is unique to the Bayliner series. She has a strongly built hand laid fiberglass hull with lines that are very similar to the Hargrave design used in the 34’ Hatteras Sportfish models. The deep-vee shape to the hull gives you very good stability and a comfortable ride while cruising. Her large aft deck is suitable for sportfishing or sunning. Spacious flybridge with a helm chair, bench seating and a folding console seat.

SOLD ! – 30′ Tollycraft Sedan 1977 – $14,500 – Seattle, WA

30' Tollycraft Sedan 1977

30′ Tollycraft Sedan 1977

Among the most popular of the early Tolly models, the 30′ Sedan has a very large salon with accommodations for up to six adults. Heavily built and comfortable in foul weather due to her beam, with high freeboard in the aft deck to keep kids and fishermen safe!  Great visibility from the enclosed flybridge with duplicate electronics installed there.

SOLD! – 28′ Carver Voyager 1985 – $16,750 – Seattle, WA

28′ Carver Voyager

Known as “one of the most popular family sedans ever built,” this Carver Voyager is in really good condition overall, and moored most of her life in freshwater.

With just 700 original hours on her twin 5.0 V8 Mercs (recently rebuilt), and a cruising speed of 20 kts, this boat will serve you very well as an economical and fun family boat.

She has an angled queen sized berth in the forward vee, a full length pull-out double in the salon, and the dinette table also drops to a berth as needed.

SOLD! — 32′ Maxum 3200 SCR 1995 – $34,500 – Seattle, WA

32' Maxum 3200 SCR

32′ Maxum 3200 SCR

Designed as the flagship of the Maxum line of quality boats, the 3200 SCR is roomy and beautifully appointed.  Her sea-kindly hull design and wide beam are complemented by fine fabrics and attention to finishing details in her spacious salon and cabin for comfort.

The twin 5.7 MerCruisers with Bravo II sterndrives will get you going in a hurry, with top speed in excess of 35 mph, and a comfortable cruise of 25 mph at an economical 3000 rpm.

SOLD! — 35′ Ericson Sloop 1971 – $9,900 – Seattle, WA

Ericson 35'

Ericson 35′

This Ericson Model II has been stripped to the bare essentials for her two previous TransPac races. Photos show the interior has been altered and most of the excessive weight removed from cabinetry and built-in woodwork. The interior has been painted and is clean and functional. There is no head, hot water nor holding tank.

There are a total of seven sail bags and two spinnaker/whisker poles. She has a mid-nineties Yanmar 2GM cylinder diesel mounted in the mid-salon for best weight distribution. Newer stainless fuel tank.

SOLD! – 39′ Ericson Sloop 1970 – $24,000 – Seattle, WA

Ericson 39' Sloop

Ericson 39′ Sloop

A good, solid and reliable cruiser with an enormous interior!  Lots of room for two couples or a small family for weekend getaways or serious offshore sailing.  Kerosene heater in the salon to take off the chill on spring cruises.

Recently deep cleaned interior, all cushions professionally cleaned (cool 70’s plaid), and even a custom made 6″ mattress in the vee berth.

Mid-nineties Yanmar 3 cyl. replacement engine with 770 hours runs strong.  Steel fuel tank was just recently removed for clean out, pressure tested, painted and reinstalled.  Five additional bags of sails, miscellaneous gear and spares onboard, and modest electronics.

SOLD – 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.