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1972 Custom US Navy Patrol


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$229,000
Length: 33' "
Beam: 10' 8"
Draft: 3' "
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Condition: Excellent
Engine Make: Crusader
Horsepower: 650
Engine Count: 2
Drive Type: Inboard
Fuel Type: Gas
Engine Hours:
With Trailer: No
Location: Ellison Bay, Wisconsin
Category: Power
Boat Of The Month 109082

Turn heads cruising around in your own Vietnam-era U.S.Navy Boat Meticulously maintained and restored, always in freshwater, classic design. Rather than taking your typical brand name boat to waterfront restaurants and bars with friends show up in your historic Navy Boat She draws a crowd wherever you go. Cabin has three bunks and a head for overnight stays, could easily be changed to queen bed layout. Not only does this boat look great, it is built Navy tough and ready to go, whether crossing the Great Lakes, which she has done many times, inland Lakes like Table Rock or Kentucky Lake or off-shore waters. Reasonable offers will be considered. The boat is fully equipped with all electronics including two GPS chart plotters, radar, side scan sonar, two VHF radios with DSC, EPIRB and much more. Numerous spare parts included like starters, alternators etc. Two GM Crusader 454s in excellent running condition. Why own a run of the mill brand name boat when you can have a boat that draws attention like this and yet go anywhere and do anything you want with her, extremely seaworthy. Contact Jim at (920) 421-0948 or jimshorelinecharters.net… CONTINUE READING HERE

1960 ODay Daysailer


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$1,900
Length: 16' "
Beam: ' "
Draft: ' "
Hull Material: fiberglass
Condition: Updated 2014
Engine Make: none
Horsepower: 0
Engine Count:
Drive Type:
Fuel Type:
Engine Hours:
With Trailer: Yes
Location: Chestertown, Maryland
Category: Sail
109164

Updated 2014 standing rigging and sails, including spinnaker. Standard Daysailer configuration. Trailer and hand dolly included… CONTINUE READING HERE

2019 Action Marine Build By Figlas


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$34,999
Length: 20' "
Beam: ' "
Draft: ' "
Hull Material: fiberglass
Condition: NEW
Engine Make: Mercury 225 V6
Horsepower: 225
Engine Count: 1
Drive Type: OB
Fuel Type: Gas
Engine Hours: 1
With Trailer: No
Location: Deerfield Beach, Florida
Category: Power
Featured Boat 107801

Orange Demo 1 hour use for try-out is fully rigged with a Mercury 225 V6 with a torque master gear case electronic, accs, etc… CONTINUE READING HERE

2004 Beneteau Oceanis 47.3


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$125,000
Length: 46' 9"
Beam: 14' 7"
Draft: 6' 6"
Hull Material: fiberglass
Condition: excellent
Engine Make: Volvo Penta
Horsepower: 75
Engine Count: 1
Drive Type: Inboard
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 2150
With Trailer: No
Location: Panama, Panama
Category: Sail
Boat Of The Month 108011

We are selling our beloved Blue Pearl Why short answer Because we are not done yet As we are ready for the next phase in our adventure we are selling our much beloved and trusted Beneteau Clipper Oceanis 473 Blue Pearl We honestly believe this has to be one of the best outfitted cruising liveaboard boats around which we bought in 2016 , refitted and sailed from the Med across the Atlantic from Cape Verdes to French Gyana and through the Caribbean and now in Panama Blue Pearl has not given us any major issues over the last 40 months and I do not expect to have any issues . Normal maintenance is kept up as we live on our boat sailing oceans and we cant afford not to keep her in great shape, we are currently in Panama but will make our way back to the east Carib St Martin by November December 2020 So , here are some of the specs and inventory 2003 Beneteau Oceanis Clipper 473 Asking 125.000 euro EU VAT paid email Bluepearlkesting.nl Blue hull , teak deck 3 Cabin owners version with L shaped galley on starboard side never chartered we are 3rd owners 2 heads , 1 with separate shower stall 750 liter water in 3 tanks , 250 liter diesel in 1 tank portside cabin Sails Main , sails are the original sails but were put away since 1st purchase and first used 2016 Furling Genoa , new UV strip 2019 Gennaker Storm sails extra track on mast and a baby stay 4 winches, 1 electric spinaker pole … CONTINUE READING HERE

1985 Sabre 36


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$40,000
Length: 36' "
Beam: 11' 3"
Draft: 6' 4"
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Condition: Very Good
Engine Make: Westerbeke
Horsepower: 27
Engine Count: 1
Drive Type: Inboard
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours:
With Trailer: No
Location: St Mary’s, Georgia
Category: Sail
Featured Boat 108616

PICs www.sailboat-zinzi.com Zinzi is a 1985 Sabre 36 – lead fin keel – masthead sloop with a spade rudder. Sabre sailing yachts are not wet race boats, nor are they heavy displacement tanks they are comfortable, fast and highly refined yachts, fun to sail and a pleasure to own. httpswww.sabreyachts.com We are the 3rd owners. We purchased her in Sag Harbor, NY in 2017. She spent her life in the NE, where she sailed seasonally for 34 years. We took her full-time cruising for about 5k nautical miles. We are transitioning to land life. She is currently on the hard in St. Marys, Georgia. We have just completed all pertinent maintenance and she is ready to splash. Recent work -Lite sand and bottom painted, shaft zinc, polished gelcoat –West Marine PCA gold multi-season -Rudder dropped, inspected, greased, tef-gel, bearings refurbished –refurbished with west system 423 graphits -New boat freshwater pump installed -Whale gusher foot pumps serviced -Varnishwoodwork scheduled for January 2021 March 2020 boat pulled out of the water in Morehead City, NC -Three coats of Pettit Ultima SR-40 1gal black, 2gal blue During Winter 2018-2019 -Replaced CNG stove with Origo alcohol ovenstove top -Added SeaFrost refrigeration -Replaced cabin sole only in the main saloon -replaced aluminum mast boot plate -Soda-blasted bottom and applied Pettit epoxy barrier coat -Replaced interior upholstery with … CONTINUE READING HERE

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