Posts Tagged ‘hot water’
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.
This Ericson Model II has been stripped to the bare essentials for her two previous TransPac races. Photos show the interior has been altered and most of the excessive weight removed from cabinetry and built-in woodwork. The interior has been painted and is clean and functional. There is no head, hot water nor holding tank.
There are a total of seven sail bags and two spinnaker/whisker poles. She has a mid-nineties Yanmar 2GM cylinder diesel mounted in the mid-salon for best weight distribution. Newer stainless fuel tank.
A good, solid and reliable cruiser with an enormous interior! Lots of room for two couples or a small family for weekend getaways or serious offshore sailing. Kerosene heater in the salon to take off the chill on spring cruises.
Recently deep cleaned interior, all cushions professionally cleaned (cool 70’s plaid), and even a custom made 6″ mattress in the vee berth.
Mid-nineties Yanmar 3 cyl. replacement engine with 770 hours runs strong. Steel fuel tank was just recently removed for clean out, pressure tested, painted and reinstalled. Five additional bags of sails, miscellaneous gear and spares onboard, and modest electronics.
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 …
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.
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.
A custom 35′ Endurance built by the well known DeKleer Brothers boatyard of British Columbia. Their reputation for “bullet proof” fiberglass hull layup has been proven many times in very tough offshore conditions.
PRICE REDUCED by $8,000 !
This unusual cutter rigged sloop underwent a complete rebuild between 2009 – 2012. New fiberglass over wood deck was installed and the house was redesigned and rebuilt with custom aluminum framed heavy weather double windows. She has all new fresh water and waste plumbing, almost all new rewiring, new lighting, new electric panels, new ‘teak and holly’ sole and a beautifully panelled main salon.
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.
A great boat for family outings on the Sound or local lakes. This 27′ Sundancer is in very good condition throughout, very clean and well maintained.
Cruises comfortably at 20+ knots and max speed close to 35 kts.
The interior features two separate sleeping areas for two couples, or a family with kids. The spacious aft deck seats six and the cockpit upholstery is in great shape.
There’s a full canvas enclosure for the aft deck for year-round cruising. Good running Merc 454 with Bravo outdrive. She’ll fit well on a dual axle trailer – but no trailer included.
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.