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  1. 1969 Columbia C22

    February 24, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Lovingly restored classic. Restoration includes: new bamboo 3/4 in plywood bulkheads with refastened chain plates, complete removal of all bottom paint to gel coat with application of 5 coats Interlux 2000e barrier coat, Interlux biolux ablative bottom paint 2(coats),sanded topsides with 2 (coats) Interlux Brightside, all hatches reinforced with West System and glass matting, all teak removed, repaired,oiled, and rebedded,Interlux anti skid applied to deck and cockpit. New spreaders. Sails in good shape. All work done spring 2012..
    asking $2,500 but ill take best offer…

    Equipment on Board:

    Line, fenders, boat ladder(brand new West Marine) 3 gal gas tank for outboard..
    Outboard has less than 10 hours of service and comes with warranty and service. New July 2012

  2. 1979 Columbia 10.7

    February 6, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Summer Wine has Wheel Steering, Adjustable backstay, Brand new North Main, 2 jibs, roller furling, new water heater, new poly 19 gallon fuel tank, upgraded Universal diesel with fresh water cooling, tandem fuel filters, and 100 amp alternator, northstar vhf, 12,000 btu a/c and heat, electric flush head, 3 bladed prop, barrier coat and bottom job in 2011, new teak and holly floors, cd player and more. Will deliver or ready for you to sail to your new destination

    Equipment on Board:

    Specs 0f Summer Wine
    Builder: Columbia
    Designer: Alan Payne

    LOA: 35′
    Beam: 11″4″
    LWL: 26’7″
    Maximum Draft: 5’5″
    Displacement: 13,900
    Bridge Clearance: 47’4″

    Engine Brand: Universal
    Engine(s) HP: 21
    Engine Model: M-25
    Engine Hours: 900

    Fresh Water Tanks: 40
    Fuel Tanks: 19
    Holding Tanks: 15

    From Forward to Aft: Behind the forward bow chain locker is a V-Berth with storage underneath, four drawers, shelves and overhead hatch. A hanging locker is fitted to the port side and a small table. A double door access enclosed electric head with vanity is located to port with access from forward and the main cabin. The main salon is a midship and has an L shaped settee with a leaf table to port. There is storage underneath and shelves behind. A double settee is across with storage underneath and shelves behind. A sit down navigation station is located to starboard with a convenient pilot berth located directly aft. The galley is to port. There is a five step removable ladder for accessing the engine area and into the cockpit. The main salon is open and airy with 6’2″ of headroom throughout most of the cabin areas.

    The large U shaped galley is to the port side. She has excellent counter space and storage. There is a double stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water. The 6 gallon hot water heater is new. A propane 2 burner stove top has been installed. There is a microwave oven and large top loading icebox.

    SummerWine has a minimal but essential electronics. There is a Northstar VHF and Datamarine depth and speed are cockpit mounted on aft end of the cabin. A new stereo,CD player with IPOD input, marine amplifier and speakers were recently installed.

    Shore power is supplied by a single 30 amp inlet with cord. Main AC panel is single pole with breakers for water heater, batttery charge and outlet distribution lines. Battery Charger is a 10 amp Guest Charge Pro. House bank is two deep Cycle Group 31’s and a Group 31 engine start.

    Sails consist of a new North Sails Main, and a jib on a Harken roller furler. Mast is keel stepped. A boom kicker supports the boom and Lazy Jacks catch the sail. The sail cover and bimini are 1 year old and custom fitted by Bay Canvas in Norfolk, VA.

    SummerWine has a bimini top. Most deck hardware has been recently rebedded and only one pesky minor known leak. Chain plates are new. Extensive core repair has been done. NO SOFT spots! Mast is a single spreader with double lower shrouds for a very robust rig. An Edson binacle has a 6″ Danforth compass. The deck is primed and ready for a proper finish.

    Bottom Paint: The boat was recently hauled and painted in August of 2011.

    The typical boat stuff conveys. Lifejackets, flares, lines, safety equipment etc…

  3. 1969 Columbia Sailboat

    February 6, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    22′ Columbia sailboat “KnotWorkin” for sale in Massachusetts. Fin keel, 2 sets of sails, needs some TLC and in the water now, will be on the hard shortly. Custom cockpit cushions (white), v-berth cushions (navy) and she’s a great little boat. We’ve enjoyed her for a couple of years in Boston harbor and is a very forgiving instructor to two novice sailors.

    Equipment on Board:

  4. 1974 Columbia 23T shoal keel

    January 25, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Hull # 283. Designed by Alan Payne. New West Marine bottom paint, comes with crisp mainsail and jib, jib bag and mainsail cover in fair condition, porta potty, very good blue vinyl cushions in V berth and benches. She needs minor electrical, install of bilge pump (I will include a new pump, not installed) Has battery, fire extinguisher. She is a good little sailor. The shallow keel allows you to go right up to the shore, it is the camper bus of sailboats.

    Equipment on Board:

    Mainsail and cover, Jib and jib bag, battery, bilge pump, portapotty, Anchor, 1 fender
    End tie slip is available, approx $70 a month, if you become or are a member, you get a 30% discount on slip fee

  5. 1973 Columbia MK III

    January 20, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Classic Columbia 43…this is the rarer MK III version with slightly longer hull, skeg-hung rudder, slightly deeper keel, taller mast, factory red hull, solid teak/holly floor and cleaner interior styling (love them or hate them…but no “mini-wooden posts” on the edges of all the interior storage spaces. Overall good condition…very solid construction…just needs some shining up and maybe new upholstery to be really nice. Details: Nissan (not leaky Perkins!) diesel motor is tight and runs strong. Keel is good/hull below waterline is perfect (NO blisters on these 70s boats!!!)/hull above waterline is heavily oxidized and will need a serious compounding/buffing/waxing (but will then shine bright red!)/deck is overall decent…dirty but sound. Huge hatches in deck for great ventilation and good sunlight. Mast dirty but sound. Standing rigging good. Running rigging old and could be replaced. Steering/wheel/cables all good. 12V and 110V electrical good. Plumbing good. Open, spacious interior with double bunk beds, v-berth and table makes into full size bed…sleeps 8 in total. Fully insulated hull above waterline. Overall a good boat that just needs to be buffed out and tuned up to be a great classic cruiser.

    Equipment on Board:

    2 sails (main is very old/dirty…120% jib is very good/newer). Newer Harken roller furling system. 2 anchors (no windlass). Spinnaker pole (no spinnaker). Newer propane system/hoses and newer Force 10 stove/oven. Newer 12V refer. Newer 12V charger. Separate ice box. Newer fresh-water plumbing system and faucets. Brand new head/holding tank/hoses/vents. All thru-hulls work fine and look good. VHF. Stereo. Diesel heater. 24-hour solar vent. Storage drawers in v-berth. Oil lamp over table. Emergency tiller.

  6. 1976 Columbia Payne 9.6

    January 17, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Lots of upgrades in the last few years. This boat is clean, well equipped and is a capable cruising boat. Very seaworthy, but still has a good turn of speed.

    Equipment on Board:

    -autohelm 4000-new 2011
    -Bomar opening hatch-new 2012
    -65 W Solar panel – new 2011
    – Cutlass bearing – new 2011
    – Interior varnish – 2012
    – Cockpit cushions – 2012
    -Garmin 492 chart plotter with all NS,USA
    -Pathfinder 24 mile radar
    – Davis dingy davits
    – Dickensen diesel heater
    -Bruce anchor with chain and rhode
    – Westerbeke diesel with ONLY 926 original hours. New Racor filter system.

  7. 1970 Columbia C-34

    January 15, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    New Sails(1yr.old)& Covers color-cloud accent stripe. 2 anchors-1-25 lb. lunch-hook 40ft chain-150ft road 1-35lb.80ft chain-300ft type. new life lines.swim davits (SS) 10ft zodiac(zoom)3hp evinrude

    Equipment on Board:

    autohelm4000. 3-new AGM solar panel-max. 11 amps morningstar controler. 1-I-com VHS-handheld. 1-west marine new depth-sounder (raymarine) garmin-GPS map492

  8. 1970 Columbia sloop

    January 1, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    well maintained older boat new standing rigging, new running rigging, brand new interior,no blistering ,engine runs,( head is cracked), price is good untill head is replaced.this boat is in good to very good condition will consider offers

    Equipment on Board:

    forwarded upon request

  9. 1969 Columbia Columbia 28

    December 22, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Great family boat for that weekend get-a-way or cruise to Georgian Bay or Mackinaw.

    This is a well built fiberglass 1969 Columbia masthead rig with fin keel and skeg rudder. She is a solid fiberglass hull (not balsa core) without any blisters.

    She is rigged for solo handling as all Halyards are lead to cockpit. The mainsheet traveler is mounted aft of the tiller which is convenient for the helm and doesn’t block companionway. Two small chrome winches on cabin top for halyards, plus 2 two speed chrome winches for jib trim and two additional chrome winches for spinnaker trim.

    She has a special outboard well which will handle a larger long shaft outboard when the river current is much stronger or her short shaft 2000 Johnson 5hp outboard engine that can be easily removed and stored either in her lazerette for racing around the bouy’s.

    Enclosed head. Sleeps two in forward compartment; two on dayberths and two on the dinette table.

    Headspace in the cabin 6 foot. 12 gallons of fuel and 18 gal of freshwater. Lots of accessories like sparfly, ship to shore radio, life jackets, horseshoe ring, flare gun with flares, approximately 150ft of 3/8 and anchor rode with 30’ of chain and a Danforth anchor. Interior cushions, fenders, charts and extra lines and cockpit cushions make for quite/peaceful afternoons on the water. Flared keel with VC17.
    LOA: 27′ 7″
    I: 34′
    P: 27.3
    E: 11.3
    Sail area: 343 sq ft
    Draft: 4’10”
    Ballast: 3,000 lbs lead keel
    Designer: William Crealock
    Displacement: 6300 lbs.
    For more information: (# removed)

    Equipment on Board:

    It has a Harken drum and swivel Furler for easy sailing. This saves space below and allows the boat to be sailed solo. In-fact many sailors just rollout the headsail when short-handed. The jib on the furler eliminates the need to remove the jib after each sail.

    The boat has 6 Jibs/Genoa’s. The boat has a ‘07 Dacron main, 3 racing sails a Mylar 155%, 135% Mylar and 120% Mylar. She also has a 150% Dacron for practice, a storm jib when the wind picks up and 170% Dacron for light air sailing. For downwind sailing she has all the spinnaker gear you need for both her ’06 .75oz Asymmetrical spinnaker and her .75 oz Symmetrical spinnaker. She also has a specially designed sprint pole to extend the tack of the Asymmetrical beyond her bow pulpit.
    Datamarine digital windspeed and apparent wind indicator, knot meter, depth sounder and Garmin GPS.

  10. 1971 columbia

    December 20, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    great example of columbia`s 28.Large interior with great head room.Enclosed head with v bunk forward

    Equipment on Board: