Posts Tagged ‘Roller furling’
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.
A very spacious motorsailer with great possibilities for live-aboards or weekends on the water.
Her interior has just been thoroughly deep cleaned. All lockers, bunk boards, cubbys and cabinets have been repainted inside.
The teak in the the galley, all woodwork and storage cabinets cleaned and oiled. All of her bunk and settee cushions were were sent out and professionally cleaned as well.
Pedestal steering in her large cockpit, modest and functional electronics, with roller furling and a Perkins 4-107 diesel.
A solid, reliable and roomy boat … at a very good price!
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.
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.
A dandy little sloop for you and two buddies to partner in – and enjoy sailing all summer. Fiberglass hull built 1971 by Cal Jensen.
She’s a solid, dependable and fun boat for those learning to sail, or for a couple wanting a ‘weekend getaway’ from the city .
Just finished cleaning her inside and out. Forward vee berth and two quarter berth bunks. Tiller steering, mainsail and roller furling genoa.
Good storage space for your gear, a reliable diesel inboard engine … and she even has a small wood stove!
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.
There’s a surprising amount of room in this Columbia, and she’s been well cared for over the years.
She has a replacement Universal 3 cylinder diesel with 2,200 estimated hours.
We just delivered her under power some 80 miles to our moorage, and she ran great.
New head sail for roller furling and her main is in good condition.
Modest electronics: VHF, CB radio and stereo, wind speed and direction, depth sounder and knot log.
Upholstery is in nearly-new condition, she’s clean and dry inside and ready to go!
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 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.