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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.
A dandy race/cruise design from the respected Irwin Yachts line. This 34′ “Citation” sleeps six in the vee berth, two singles and a convertible dinette double…great for a family or two couples out on an adventure in the San Juans!
PRICE REDUCED 10/25 by $3,000 !
Newer Yanmar 30GM 30 freshwater cooled diesel has 1,100 hours on it. After running her down to our Seattle moorage from Semiahmoo marina last month, we’re certain she runs just fine.
Her 11′ 3 beam gives you both the safety of wide side decks as well as an enormous interior volume and salon for comfort while aboard.
Just reduced for summer!
Our crew spent more than 16 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… and looks absolutely beautiful after spending the last five weeks of that process with the pros in the paint shed!
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.
Among the most stylish, and certainly the most popular designs ever built by legendary Searay Boats. The 350 Sundancer has an enormous amount of interior space, feels sturdy and safe on open waters, and cruises comfortably to 18 kts. with a top speed nearly double that.
This is a “one owner” boat. She’s been cared for exceptionally well, and she shows beautifully! The routine maintenance has always been timely and fully addressed. The interior was completed redone recently using only top-of-the-line fabrics throughout; very unique and classy.
One of the most popular designs from this well-known Northwest builder. The Tri-cabin has ample space for a week’s getaway vacation for two couples or a family. Full width aft cabin, forward vee berth, two heads with showers. Galley with full sized refrigerator and propane stove, full canvas bimini extends over the flybridge, flybridge winter canvas cover. Strong, durable construction combined with large interior volume make this a comfortable liveaboard design as well.
Just recently cleaned inside and out, ready for your inspection.
Please call Jim at 253.332.5813 to inspect this boat.
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.
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.
This Tournament 400 Luhrs convertible sportfisherman has aggressive lines and comfortable accommodations. With her rakish flybridge and black wraparound deckhouse mask, the Luhrs 400 has a very distinctive profile.
Her two stateroom interior is an ‘open arrangement’ with L-shaped dinette in the salon, and bright galley a few steps below. The forward stateroom has an offset double berth, and over/under bunks are fitted in the guest cabin.
Fishing accessories in the cockpit include fresh and saltwater washdowns, an in-deck fish box, built in bait well in transom, rocket launchers, and flush rod holders. The flybridge is notably large compared to other convertibles of her size. Twin 454 gas engines provide 350 hp with a cruising speed around 15 knots, and a top speed at 22 knots.
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.