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  1. 1973 Herreshoff Eagle

    February 18, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Classic gaff-rigged sloop with self tending working jib. This is a beautifully kept, fiberglass sloop with aluminum mast and loads of polished teak. Berth sleeps two, galley, portapotty. Main sail, jib sail, top sail and storm sail in good condition. Prettiest boat in the harbor. Sail-away ready. New 2011 Mercury 8hp, electric start. Trailer included and is ready to take the boat anywhere. Phone (# removed)

    Equipment on Board:

    Trailer
    Motor, new 8hp Merc. 4 cycle
    Sail cover, Cockpit cover
    other equipmt.


  2. 2003 Herreshoff Alerion

    January 4, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    NIMBLE combines the best of the old and the new. Built by Proper Yachts in Bristol, R.I., NIMBLE (ex. ICE BEAR) is a modern recreation of the original Alerion, designed by Nathanael Greene Herreshoff for his own use in 1912.

    Halsey Herreshoff took the hull lines directly and with precision from Captain Nat’s own adjustments of the Alerion’s lines. For simplicity, low maintenance, and good sailing, the full keel configuration was adapted over a centerboard. The hull shape is produced in strong, light, easily maintained fiberglass with deck, trunk cabin and topsides cored for greater strength. Beautifully crafted teak coamings, seats, toerails and cockpit sole replicate the charm, warmth and classic good looks of Herreshoff’s original personal boat.

    NIMBLE is a well-maintained Alerion 26 — the only one for sale in the Southeast United States — and is sure to please the most discriminating of buyers.

    Tanks
    Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (12 Gallons)
    Fuel Tanks: 1 Aluminum (6 Gallons)
    Holding Tanks: 1 Aluminum (8 Gallons)

    Hull and Deck
    •White non-skid deck
    •White NPG gelcoat hull
    •Full keel
    •Teak toerails and rubbing strakes
    •(2) Bow cleats
    •(2) Mid-ship cleats
    •(3) Stern cleats (one on center)
    •Stainless anti-chaff strips on toerails at cleats bases
    •Chromed bronze chocks at bow and stern cleats
    •Removable folding swim ladder mounting bases on port and starboard

    Cockpit
    •Beautifully crafted teak cabin sides, coamings and seats
    •Solid teak cockpit grate
    •Storage aft of tiller and on port / starboard sides
    •(4) Lockable lazarettes under cockpit seats
    •Ash tiller with extension (including hiking extension)
    •Battery select switch located in port lazarette
    •Folding swim ladder stored in port lazarette
    •Blue cockpit cushions with white piping
    •Custom teak drink holders
    •U.S. Ensign on teak staff

    Equipment on Board:

    Rigging
    •Awlgripped Hall Spars
    •Self tending jib boom
    •Main and jib sheets lead to roller bearing travelers
    •Schaefer blocks
    •Harken roller furling jib
    •(2) Anderson #8 chrome halyard winches
    •(2) Winch handles
    •(2) Sail bags
    •(4) Sail ties
    •New Doyle StackPack on main
    •Batten tool for StackPack (used to remove battens)

    Canvas
    •Full cockpit canvas with zipper doors on port / starboard sides
    •Cockpit storm canvas
    •Doyle StackPack mainsail canvas
    •Sacrificial jib canvas

    Ground Tackle / Docking
    •(2) Anchors – 8# West Marine and Fortress FX-7
    •(2) Anchor lines – 100’ and 85’ each with 5’ chain
    •(4) Docking lines
    •(2) Utility lines – 5/16 x 16’ and 35’
    •(2) 8” fenders
    •Boat hook

    Electronics
    •Garmin GPS 152 at nav station (moves to base of companionway for cockpit viewing)
    •Icom IC-M45 VHF at nav station
    •Simrad TP-10 tiller autopilot
    •Bulkhead mounted Standard Horizon depth sounder
    •Bulkhead mounted Rule Aqua Meter compass with inclinometer

    Accommodations
    •V-berth forward with matching blue cushions and white piping
    •Overhead hatch provides light and ventilation
    •Storage shelves port and starboard
    •Storage locker / access to bow compartment

    Navigation Station
    •Navigation station to port features breaker panel, VHF, GPS, and bilge pump switch
    •Bench seat with matching blue cushions and white piping

    Galley
    •Stainless sink with fresh water faucet
    •Removable Igloo cooler serves as ice chest
    •Storage lockers
    •Solid teak cabin sole

    Head
    •Marine head below V-berth filler cushion (removable front panel provides full access to head)
    •8 gal. aluminum holding tank

    Mechanical
    •Tiller steering
    •Rule automatic bilge pump with float switch and manual switch at nav station
    •Manual bilge pump in cockpit
    •Marine head concealed under filler cushion at V-berth
    •8 gal. aluminum holding tank with deck pump out
    •12 gal. flexible fresh water tank with deck fill
    •6 gal. aluminum fuel tank with deck fill
    •Bow, stern and steaming navigation lights
    •Masthead tri-color light
    •LED anchor light
    •Spotlight
    •Cabin lighting

    Engine
    •Yanmar 1GM10 – 9 hp diesel with only 140 hours
    •Yanmar tool box
    •Flex-O-Fold two-blade folding prop
    •Spare Martec folding prop

    Safety
    •Cushion (throwable device)
    •(4) Life vests
    •(2) Fire extinguishers
    •Air horn
    •Misc. flares
    •(3) Wood plugs


  3. Herreshoff Bullseye

    November 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    The Bullseye Sailboat was originally called the Herreshoff Bull’s Eye in honor of Nat Herreshoff who designed the boat in 1914 for sailboat racing. The Bullseye Class Association brings sailors together for an annual national regatta. The purchase of this boat requires you to agree that Fingerlakes Sailing Services will restore the boat to your specifications at your expense. Photo is of a sister ship. The vessel is offered in good faith but cannot be guaranteed or warranted with regards to the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

    Equipment on Board:


  4. 1925 herreshoff S boat

    November 15, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    i have owned this boat for 10 years and need to sell it as i bought a large tall ship. please call or email for more details. thorpe1@aol.com (# removed)

    Equipment on Board:


  5. herreshoff 12 1/2

    November 15, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    restored in 2009. new sails,spars.call for more details. thorpe1@aol.com (# removed)

    Equipment on Board:


  6. 1982 Herreshoff Rozinante

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    An excellent review of the Rozinante design and sailing qualities was published by Roger Taylor in his “Fourth Book of Good Boats”. Another review was published in the Sept/Oct 2006 Wooden Boat Magazine entitled “A Quartet of Exceptional Ketches”.

    With the exception of the stronger keel bolting specification described in an available detailed inventory, this recent model is a splendid Rozinante, very true to the original plans and specifications.

    Hull construction is cedar planking, copper riveted to oak frames. Floor timbers are of greater thickness than call for in the original design scantlings (2” vs 1.5”). External ballast is through-bolted as opposed to tapped (original building directions). Keel bolt nuts and washers are countersunk flush with floor tops

    Equipment on Board:

    SPARS AND STANDING RIGGING: Fractional rig ketch. Main and mizzen masts are of hollow, box-section, solid section booms. Sitka spruce construction.
    Spinnaker gear and a recently added 7/8’s jib club of fir.
    SAILS AND CANVAS: Sails by Center Harbor Sails, Brooklin ME include: Mainsail, Mizzen, working jib, Genoa (159%). All in excellent condition

    Other sails include: Triradial spinnaker (Fortune), second Genoa (Hood), self tending jib (new)

    Canvas: main and Mizzen sail covers. Full Cockpit tent Cover. Cover for jib club and sail.


  7. 1985 herreshoff hero 41

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    classic fiberglass schooner built in norway. This boat is in excellent condition, engine is in top condition. Lots of equipment new in 2009, pumps, electrics,1500 w lofrans anchor winch, bomar portlights, adler barbor refrigeration, hot water boiler, hypalon dinghy and outboard, solar panels, cushions etc…
    The hull is solid fiberglass, 2 solid masts in brazilian hard wood, both in perfect condition, sails are danish in good condition ( four sails plus gennaker and top sails)
    Boat is located in Brazil in Rio de Janeiro. Will consider trades with smaller cruiser sailboat anywhere in the world

    Equipment on Board:


  8. 1971 Herreshoff Marco Polo

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Herresshoff Marco Polo 55 feet 3 masts schooner. Made of machagony wood in good condition. All sails plus many extra sales and other stuff for this boat. Fuel tank 100 gallons. Water tank 600 gallons. Please call if you are interesting
    (# removed)

    Equipment on Board:

    engine perkins 1-108 51 hp. outopilot, 4 water pumps for 3 bulges, generator


  9. 1983 Herreshoff Rozinante

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Dulcinea is an incredibly beautiful boat in excellent condition. Built by hank Chamberlain on Lopez Island in 1983 of clear Honduran mahogany on oak. No rot, no leaks, no thru hulls, no electronics. Cockpit is oiled. Deck, topsides, bottom and masts were recently professionally refinished. Easily maintained, wonderful to sail.

    Remarkably good in both light and heavy air, the Rozinante has a superb cockpit that comfortably accommodates up to six, but is easily single handed. This is one of the most pleasurable small yachts for day sailing and pocket cruising ever designed. The Rozinante likely best represents L. F.’s personal philosophy, and he was having one built at the time of his death.

    Because the boat is so maneuverable and flexible under sail an outboard is preferred. Inboard motors on these boats upset the balance, add weight, create complexity and intrude on the cockpit. The original Hasse & Petrick sails are in excellent condition. Interior has two berths, small galley cabinet and port-a potti.

    Equipment on Board:

    4HP Johnson LS, 9′ oar, manual and electric bilge pumps.


  10. 1984 Herreshoff Cat Ketch

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    (LOCATION: Key Biscayne FL) This 38’ Herreshoff Cat Ketch is a blue water cruiser with accommodations for an extended cruise or to live aboard. Designed by Halsey Herreshoff the 38 Cat Ketch is basically a one-off creation with each vessel having unique features. Extremely sea-worthy with excellent handling the Herreshoff will get you where you want to go and back safely.

    This 38’ cruiser comes with teak interior, parquet floor, two staterooms, spacious salon, and full galley. As you come below the aft stateroom is on your left with double berth, under-berth storage, and hanging locker. To your right is a full galley with teak cabinets, tile counter, stainless steel sink, ice box, and even a dishwasher. The salon has large wraparound dinette, teak dining table with storage, under-seat and bulkhead storage. The enclosed head compartment has mirrored vanity and shower stall. The forward stateroom has offset berth, under-berth storage, dresser, and hanging locker.

    On deck we have a spacious cockpit with ample seating, helm pedestal, and bimini top. There’s a Magma grill for the fresh catch-of-the-day, and a swim ladder to help you on get on board after swimming or diving. Wide side decks allow easy movement forward. The teak bow pulpit has dual rollers, two anchors with chain, rode, and windlass. A Universal diesel engine provides auxiliary power.

    If you are looking for a unique blue water cruiser that can serve as a vacation getaway or live-aboard this Herreshoff has the potential to be something special. Call now for more information and to schedule a showing.

    Call Capt Jesse Brayshaw @ (# removed)

    Equipment on Board: