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This outstanding ChrisCraft is built on the design of the Unilfite “Yacht Fisherman” hull which is well known for being rugged and very seaworthy.
When ChrisCraft acquired the hull molds in 1984, they also modified the interior design to create more livable space, and incorporated an island queen berth in both of the staterooms forward and aft.
This 48′ model (52′ with pulpit and swim platform) was later designated as a “480 Catalina” in the 1987 model from ChrisCraft.
This popular 34′ C&C model with fin keel just got new bottom paint, hull wax and topsides paint in May. She looks terrific! She has a 1998 replacement Yanmar 3GM 30 diesel in very good condition with only 670 hours.
“Gabriela” would be a great boat for a family or two couples, with lots of interior space and accommodations for six to sleep aboard. Quick, easy to handle and a good performance cruiser. Sail inventory is more than adequate with roller furling, too.
A dandy little sloop for you and two buddies to partner in – and enjoy sailing all summer. Fiberglass hull built 1971 by Cal Jensen.
She’s a solid, dependable and fun boat for those learning to sail, or for a couple wanting a ‘weekend getaway’ from the city .
Just finished cleaning her inside and out. Forward vee berth and two quarter berth bunks. Tiller steering, mainsail and roller furling genoa.
Good storage space for your gear, a reliable diesel inboard engine … and she even has a small wood stove!
Very popular design with the Pacific Seacraft reputation for great craftsmanship, this 27′ “Orion” model was built in 1980.
“Rhine Maiden” got new bottom paint in February and is now at our moorage. Newer Raytheon navigation instruments on Edson pedestal includes Autohelm and Tri-data readouts.
She has a forward double berth, port aft side quarter berth and the settee converts to a double as well. Nice mahogany interior finishes in good condition.
Propane stove, head with shower wand, newer hot water heater, good running Yanmar two cylinder diesel, roller furling, inflatable and safety gear.
This boat would be great for a small family or for a novice sailor who wants a relatively simple boat with a proven reputation at a modest investment.
The 30′ Newport Model 30-1 is the forerunner of the very popular MK II series, and is now in the class of a “classic plastic” sloop from 1967.
The interior fabrics have been recently recovered, there’s lots of good storage, a LPG stove and chemical waste treatment system. Forward double berth, full quarter berth and a starboard side settee single.
30′ Searay Weekender model 300 built in 1989. Strong running twin MerCruisers 5.7 260 hp with Velvet Drive gearboxes, shaft drive and 3.5 Kw generator.
Would make a great fishing boat or a dive platform with her large aft deck and oversized after-market aluminum swim/dive platform.
There is a double berth forward with privacy curtain and the dining settee converts to a double as well.
Head and shower, galley with fridge, 110v and alcohol stove and microwave. Nearly new separate canvas bimini, aft deck enclosure and a full aft deck covers.
A very nice Bayliner Trophy 24′ hardtop with cuddy cabin and large aft deck. There’s no ‘Alaskan Bulkhead’ on this 1987 model. Twin berths forward and a full-sized quarter berth on the port side. OMC 5.0 engine.
She has a small refrigerator on aft deck with galley sink, two bait wells, stereo and a canvas aft deck cover. Comes with Shorelander double axle trailer.
Gear onboard includes CB radio, VHF radio, depth sounder, flares, lifejackets, new mahogany trim pieces for aft deck.
The boat has been used very little the past five seasons. A good runner – cleaned up and ready to go fishing again!
Fiberglass hull, LOA 40′, 12′ beam, 2′ 10″ draft. This vessel is of houseboat design.
She has a large main cabin with helm forward to starboard, midship starboard side galley complete with table and chairs, and a settee bench to port. There are port and starboard cabin sliding entry doors to access the bow, and sidedecks. The aft cabin has a sliding double berth to port with storage below it, and shelving on starboard side. The portside head has a tub and shower, sink and vanity.
There’s a surprising amount of room in this Columbia, and she’s been well cared for over the years.
She has a replacement Universal 3 cylinder diesel with 2,200 estimated hours.
We just delivered her under power some 80 miles to our moorage, and she ran great.
New head sail for roller furling and her main is in good condition.
Modest electronics: VHF, CB radio and stereo, wind speed and direction, depth sounder and knot log.
Upholstery is in nearly-new condition, she’s clean and dry inside and ready to go!
There is an enormous amount of space in this double-cabin center cockpit sloop. Newly recovered cushions in the forward vee berth, main salon settee and dining settee, and the separate aft cabin.
She has a large center cockpit (safer for little ones) with great visibility and full cushion set. A cockpit dodger in good condition with weather canvas. Galley with microwave, propane stove and ice box. Head and shower.
The boat was just hauled for bottom paint, zincs and a hull survey last month, then run up to our Seattle moorings from Tacoma. She’s got a newly-new Vetus four cylinder engine, her sails are in good condition, she’s been thoroughly cleaned and ready to go.