Posts Tagged ‘David Wallace’
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.
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!
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.
This Tolly is a terrific fishing boat. Huge aft deck with plenty of space to use downriggers and troll or to go crabbing.
Flybridge and lower salon helm stations with a relatively spartan interior of galley, forward vee berth, convertible dinette settee and head.
She’s the kind of boat you want when the salmon are running and your buddies want to go out; fast, dependable, safe, well designed for fishing, with twin Nissan-Chrysler 6 cyl. diesels.
New bottom paint in June and hull survey available for review.
A fun day sailer or overnighter that’s easy to sail for the novice or an experienced captain!
Very well maintained, very clean and well equipped. Bring your friends and bring your groceries – everything else is already on the boat.
Two cylinder Volvo diesel inboard, sails are in good condition. Large cockpit area with tiller steering and all lines led aft for easy handling. Traditional interior layout with a large companionway and engine access behind the ladder. Two settees with a folding dinette table and an aft quarter berth. Head with a door to separate the forward cabin, hanging locker and forward vee berth.
A terrific fishing boat with a great reputation for safety and comfort on inland lakes and open water, the Lund Baron Magnum 2150 Gran Sport is a luxury deep cockpit hull designed for stability and comfort. She has a beautiful dark blue and bronze finish with blue interior carpeting and the uphostered seating is all in fine shape.
The boat has been very well cared for and this Baron Magnum Gran Sport is in great condition.
A very beautiful, sleek model designed by Phillipe Briand and built by Jenneau. She has been impeccably maintained by former owners with consistent attention to regular maintenance and upkeep. A very rare boat, seldom ever seen in the Northwest.
Entering from the cockpit to the main salon with dining settee on the port side and an auxiliary helm station and nav table to starboard. The settee seats six in comfort and the table drops to form a large double berth. The galley is forward to stbd., with the head to port and the master stateroom double berth forward. There is also a double sized quarter berth to starboard beneath the cockpit, and all have custom mattresses for a comfortable night.
A ‘luxury-class’ 18′ RIB with teak decks and diesel powered-jet drive from renowned British builder Ribtec. A description of their watercraft follows:
“The Ribtec RIB range was originally conceived to bring rigid inflatable boats, which were at the time heavily commercially focused, to a wider leisure-orientated audience. Ribtec RIBs have kept this mixture of commercial and leisure use, with the boats widely used in both sectors. Ribtec have a reputation for durability, stability and comfort, and boast excellent rough water handling capabilities.