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SOLD: 34′ Ta Chiao CT

This is a very unusual and special sailboat. “Beowoulf” was completely restored from the keel up in 2000-’01 by a knowledgeable yachtsman and experienced offshore sailor. When completed, she was the featured yacht in California’s “Latitudes and Attitudes – Seafaring Special” publication of November 2001.

The natural elements and a subsequent owner with too little time means she is now in need of some topsides varnish to restore her former luster. We received the boat in March. We have done new bottom paint and zincs, a professional hull survey and a thorough cleaning inside and out. Lockers and storage areas have been repainted inside, all mechanical and electrical systems inspected and all of the berths and cushions were removed and professionally cleaned.

SOLD: 35′ Bertram Convertible – $34,500 – Seattle, WA

“Few boats can rival the fifteen year production run enjoyed by the Bertram 35′ Convertible. Indeed, only a handful of boats can compare with the Bertram 35′ in terms of owner popularity”. [Powerboat Guide] Machinery is ‘as-new’ condition. Replacement Engines. Twin 454 Merc. 7.4 with just 550 hours. Fast and reliable. A new 5kw Westerbeke genset with fifty six total running hours.

Clean, well kept, good condition throughout – this is a ‘must see’ classic Bertram Convertible. A rare boat for the Northwest. We just hauled her for bottom paint in late August, and have a hull survey available from then as well. She’s in the water and ready to inspect now.

SOLD! – 42′ Grand Banks Trawler – $59,950 – Hessel, MI

PRICE JUST REDUCED by $20,000! Imagine yourself enjoying that beautiful mid-summer’s eve out on the lake. A good day of fishing, maybe a swim, the kids are content to watch the stars while the adults deal a few hands of cards. The moon rises as the breeze dies down — and all of it even better on a true classic design trawler!

This Grand Banks is in excellent condition. Her recent (6/2008) survey states; “It is apparent that the owner of “Isabella II” has affection for her. The vessel is maintained with respect”. With her gorgeous teak interior and that distinctive Grand Banks profile, she would make any owner proud.