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Get ready for summer fun in Seattle – brought to you by acclaimed builder Cobalt Boats!
A great lake boat for the local area, or trailer it to your favorite spot. She’s a Cobalt ‘Condurre’ 206 in excellent overall condition. The upholstery is in fine shape, the boat has just been cleaned, serviced and detailed. She runs right … and goes fast!
Only 315 hours on her MerCruiser. 5.7 with 260 hp and Alpha I outdrive. The engine and outdrive were fully serviced in March 2014. She’s been covered and stored on a boat lift in Lake Washington and the hull is in excellent condition.
First introduced in 1971, this unusual “Laguna” design built by Grand Banks is one of just seventy-one boats in the 11.5 meter length. The replacement model was the Eastbay design built in the mid-nineties. She was re-powered in 1998 with twin turbo Cummins 6BTA, each 330 HP. These replacements have less than 500 hours on them and both gearboxes have been rebuilt as well.
Layout: Swim platform with transom steps and a waist-high transom rail for safety while fishing from the spacious aft cockpit, aft deck with live bait tank and ice hold for the catch. Small drawers and storage for fishing gear, stainless and teak ladder to covered flybridge helm and access to lazarette and storage space below the aft deck.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The 42′ Grand Banks trawler is a true “Classic”, the standard for all other designs that followed.
This “Salish Trader” is in excellent condition. She was very well maintained by her former owner over twenty years and spent all of those years under cover in cold, fresh water. She has only 1,650 hours on her twin Lehmans and also has an Onan 7.5kw genset.
The interior finishes are excellent and the cabinetry is first-rate. She shows very little wear to her interior which was thoroughly deep-cleaned again last month. The ample dining settee was recently in a plush off-white and all of the bunk mattresses have been recently recovered in a pleasant plum fabric. The white vinyl flybridge cushion set is in very fine shape.
Modern equipment, bright salon, galley-up, private cabins fore and aft, 2 heads, shower and a great fly-bridge control station/lounging area that can be fully enclosed.
Your surveyors will agree she’s among the few and very best, original low hour Chris-Crafts available anywhere.
JUST REDUCED by $20,000. Available with special owner terms.
Call Rich Wallace at 206.227.2628 or email RTW@PacificMarine.Org to inspect this boat.
Less than 500 hours on re-powered twin Volvo AQ-271’s with DPX dual prop outdrives that were recently serviced and reinstalled. The boat was hauled for bottom paint and hull survey in November and “Slow Ride” is ready to go — fast!
Beautiful interior is well lit and in excellent condition. The galley has good storage, a microwave, stove and refrigerator. Private aft cabin double berth and the forward vee berth can both be curtained off from the main salon.
The Monaco design has a large open cockpit area with seating for six or more, very good access to engines and a molded swim platform and transom door. She has a new full canvas enclosure for the cockpit area.