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  1. 1993 Pacific Asian Enterprises Mason 44

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    WINDERMERE has all that a traditional yacht can offer. Her spectacular and pleasing lines, outstanding craftsmanship, and recent upgrades of single-handed features such as electric self-tailing primary winches, electric in-mast furling main, and headsail furlers along with an extensive compliment of inventory that represents a fantastic value for a boat with long range capabilities.
    Continuously and professionally maintained to “yacht standard” and lovingly cared for by her Owner, WINDERMERE is fully found and ready to cruise great distances reliably. Additionally, her elegant Forest Green hull and beautiful lines make heads turn upon entering any harbor.

    Equipment on Board:

    In-mast furling, electric winches,4 sails(good), generator, life raft, 2kw inverter, AC, all long range cruising equipment.


  2. 1982 Pacific Asian Enterprises Mason 43

    October 16, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    The Mason 43 is an awesome offshore cruiser. This yacht is maintained in ready-to-go condition, and we actively sail her.

    We (two adults, three children) lived aboard and sailed Canto on a 3 year sabbatical back in 2000, covering the East Coast from Maine to the Dominican Republic.

    Canto sails like a witch, and so we spend quite a bit of time sailing rather than motoring.

    The split cabin aft (Canto is aft cockpit, but also has a functional aft cabin) is perfect for two or three children, but also makes a fine master cabin.

    This is the yacht for a cruising family, or even for just a couple wanting the space a 43 foot sailboat has to offer. Canto is a solid, sea-kindly, and capable yacht. If you’re interested, send us an email.

    Adrian

    Equipment on Board:

    Rollerfurling Jib and Staysail
    Stackpack mainsail
    Dodger, Bimini, and canvas covers for hatches, winches, dorade boxes
    Perkins 4-108 marine diesel
    Monitor windvane
    Robertson AP400 hydraulic Autopilot
    Kenwood SSB HAM Pactor (sailmail) modem
    Wilcox Crittendon Skipper head and holding tank
    Water tanks: 200G (5 tanks)
    Fuel tanks: 120G (2 tanks)
    300′ chain 65# CQR 66# Bruce
    Furuno 15M LCD radar


  3. 1982 Pacific Asian Enterprises Mason 43

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    The Mason 43 is an awesome offshore cruiser. This yacht is maintained in ready-to-go condition, and we actively sail her.

    We (two adults, three children) lived aboard and sailed Canto on a 3 year sabbatical back in 2000, covering the East Coast from Maine to the Dominican Republic.

    Canto sails like a witch, and so we spend quite a bit of time sailing rather than motoring.

    The split cabin aft (Canto is aft cockpit, but also has a functional aft cabin) is perfect for two or three children, but also makes a fine master cabin.

    This is the yacht for a cruising family, or even for just a couple wanting the space a 43 foot sailboat has to offer. Canto is a solid, sea-kindly, and capable yacht. If you’re interested, send us an email.

    Adrian

    Equipment on Board:

    Rollerfurling Jib and Staysail
    Stackpack mainsail
    Dodger, Bimini, and canvas covers for hatches, winches, dorade boxes
    Perkins 4-108 marine diesel
    Monitor windvane
    Robertson AP400 hydraulic Autopilot
    Kenwood SSB HAM Pactor (sailmail) modem
    Wilcox Crittendon Skipper head and holding tank
    Water tanks: 200G (5 tanks)
    Fuel tanks: 120G (2 tanks)
    300′ chain 65# CQR 66# Bruce
    Furuno 15M LCD radar