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This is an exceptionally clean and well maintained Bayliner “Classic 2858”, a one-owner boat, and she shows it!
PRICE REDUCED 10/25 by $7,000 !
“Tinker Toy” would be a fun boat for a small family or a couple who want to ‘gunkhole’ out in the Islands. Sleeps six in her vee berth, convertible dinette and ‘mid-ship’ berth (great for kids!). She has had very little use – there are less than 300 hours on her Merc. 7.4 – and she’s been kept in ‘near new’ condition. In fact, the original plastic protective coverings are still in place on the dinette seat cushions …
Reduced for summer!
Our crew spent more than sixteen weeks and a couple thousand man-hours taking her exterior down to wood, making cosmetic repairs and prepping “Crystal Sea” for a full professional refinishing. From keel to anchor light she’s been faired, primed, sprayed, varnished and top coated.
Now, all of that tedious and time-consuming hand labor is finished, and you can be the proud owner of this true Northwest classic motoryacht that turns heads at every moorage as she arrives.
This is Bayliner’s most popular model in this length,and more than 3,000 of these spacious cruisers were built!
An enormous amount of useable interior space in only 32′ LOA. There are three separate sleeping areas; an aft double berth with a small sink, vanity and mirror; a full sized vee berth forward with head and shower; and the dinette converts to a double berth as well. Galley has a double sink, refrigerator and three burner stove and oven.
Twin Volvo AQ 140A gas engines are very economical and provide a good cruising range with a comfortable ride at 10 kts at minimal fuel consumption.
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.
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.
Clarke Ryder, renowned builder of classic sailing boats, wrote about this 39′ Southern Cross:
“In 1980, to confirm theories as to how ancient mariners managed long sea journeys before sophisticated instruments were developed, Explorer Marvin Creamer commissioned our Bristol shop to build “NavStar”, a special factory finished Southern Cross 39. The 39 was designed by US Naval Academy marine architect Thomas Gillmer. Tom had designed the Seawind Ketch, the first fiberglass sailboat to sail around the world. Marvin successfully completed his historic trans-Atlantic voyage with no navigational instruments, just a thumb and a forefinger. (One would think that if you headed east from Newport you would eventually bump into something, but maybe it’s more complicated than that.) Marvin bumped into West Africa, confirming his theory. After completing this voyage, Navstar was upgraded with modern navigation equipment and many other conveniences.
A very clean Avanti Sunbridge, great for famiy cruising and weekends overnight. Twin OMC V-8 power and Cobra outdrives with low engine hours, plus an Onan 4.5 kw genset.
Hot water forced air heat for chilly nights. A very popular Bayliner model with master stateroom double berth and aft double berth to sleep four adults.
Spacious aft deck for fishing, great engine access and a full canvas cockpit enclosure. Bottom paint and hull waxed last summer and a hull survey is available for review.
Come take a look!
Please call Jim at 253.332.5813 to inspect this boat.
A True Classic and part of San Diego’s Sailing History, DUSTER II was launched from the Kettenburg Boat Yard in May of 1955 and has lived her whole life San Diego.
She was moored and maintained at the Driscoll boat yard on Shelter Island and well owned and cared for by the sailing family.
Today, she boasts a recent refit including hull and bottom paint, new non-skid on her decks and cabin tops, and her mast was pulled and re-worked. She has a good running auxiliary engine.
Just in time for the warm weather here in Seattle!
A great family boat for bright sunny days on the lake towing the kids on inner tubes, or weekends fishing out on the Sound.
This popular Ciera model is very clean inside and out, she’s in great mechanical condition, fast and fun.
Salon settee drops for a forward berth, and the large double berth in the aft is quiet and comfy.
Galley with refrigeration, stainless sink, two burner stove and good storage. Canvas cockpit enclosure for inclement weather.
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.