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  1. 1986 Beneteau 430 Oceanis

    March 6, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    1986 Beneteau Model 430 Oceanis

    Built by Beneteau and designed by Phillipe Briand. Masthead sloop w fin keel w spade rudder and fiberglass hull. Quick under sail and easy to handle. “Allumer” is in the water in Oyster Bay, new York. Coast Guard documented vessel.

    Beautifully appointed Beneteau Model 430 in meticulous condition w numerous upgrades, as evidenced by the photos. Forward master staterooom w large double/queen, two aft sleeping berths and ample storage. Fully equipped port l-shaped gourmet galley w stainless steel double sink, 2 burner LPG gas stove and oven, Adler Barbour refrigerator/ice box, hot and cold pressure water w single lever mixing valve and generous counter space. Bright and air galley w skylights. Spacious main salon has an l-shaped settee, plus a free standing sette that surround a very large salon table w built in storage areas. Equipped w two newly renovated heads w sink, shower and vanity. Fully equipped navigation station.

    Large cockpit w aft swim deck w swim ladder & shoer and two storage compartments. Cockpit features a great bi-fold table, Pacific Blue dodger, bimini and full canvas cockpit cover. Safety equipment, LifeSling, docklines and fenders, CQR 45lb anchor w line and chain, fire extinguishers & life jackets. Large 42″ wheel.

    Sails/Rigging: Full suit of Doyle sails – two fully battened Mains, Doyle 110 Genoa, Doyle Universal Power sail and 2005 Reckman Roller Furling. Lewmark winches. Stainless steel rod rigging.

    Electronics: Datamarine Model 5000 (wind, speed and depth), Silva Compass, ICOM VHF marine radio,k Kenwood T8-4305, Sony radio, Bose speakers, Special Marine electronic weather station and Ships time quartz clock.

    Vessel is in the water in Oyster Bay, New York.
    Owner negotiable. Vessel is sold “as is” and “where is”.

    Photos: www.sellyourboatnow.shutterfly.com

    Contact: Steve/Patty (# removed)

    Equipment on Board:

    We offer the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant 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.

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  2. 1973 C&C Custom

    March 6, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    BEST.OFFER OVER 150,000
    Specs&Inventory
    www.gregmath.com/b
    Vital Statistics of the C&C CUSTOM

    Manufacturer / Model: C&C CUSTOM
    C&C Length: This C&C CUSTOM is 43.4 feet (approx. 13.23 metres)
    Price: 150,000

    Engine(s): Single Diesel
    Type of Boat: Sail Boat
    Manufactured In: 1973, Canada
    Hull Material: Fiberglass
    Lying In: Sausalito California, USA
    Designed By: C&C
    Dimensions LWL 35.00 feet (approx. 10.67 metres)
    Beam 12.10 feet (approx. 3.69 metres)
    Draft 7.00 feet (approx. 2.13 metres)
    Displacement 21,314 kilograms (approx. 21.3 tonnes)
    Tank Capacaties Fuel 52 gallons (approx. 196.8 litres)
    Water 100 gallons (approx. 378.5 litres)

    This C&C CUSTOM is for sale for BEST OFFER OVER 150,000
    completed by Nov1 2012

    Short Description of the C&C CUSTOM

    This custom built C&C 43′ Sloop is in pristine condition and recently restored and up graded. Completed in 2010. It has a Yanmar 75 hp turbo with 634 hrs. All lines led aft to cockpit with electric winch for handling the main sheet ,halyard and furling the gib. Maxprop,Raymarine autopilot, chart plotter and all new electrics, water maker, heating, refrigeration and interior sleeping 6
    Custom solid teak rails and interior.
    Complete cruising gear.
    Full set of sails in great condition.
    Evening Star is ready to be sailed away.

    Engines & Propulsion

    Yanmar 75 hp Model 4JH3-TE 2008 Turbo diesel 634 hrs.
    Prop 3 BI-feathering Bronze.
    Shaft 11/4 inch.Stainless steel
    Rudder fibreglass.
    Steering Edson cable, wheel on binnacle in cockpit.

    Equipment on Board:

    BEST OFFER OVER $150,000
    COMPLETELY RESTORED
    EQUIPPED FOR WORLD CRUISE
    Viewing by appointment
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    SALE COMPLETED BY NOV 1 2012
    CALL FOR SPECS AND INVENTORY www.gregmath.com/b

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  3. 1984 Tayana

    March 6, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    We ve lived aboard cruising the caribbean for the last 20 years…Time to move ashore. Excellent, one owner, well taken care boat. Well worth seeing.

    Equipment on Board:

    White hull, cutter rig, Doyle Stack Pack, great shape, fully batten main sail, very little use, 2 anchors, a CQR 45 lb. and a 75 CQR, 75 lbs., chain on the two anchors plus nylong rode. Lofrans electric windlass,Icom Ham Radio, Icom 735, Icom VHF Radio, Micrologic Explorer GPS, Sony FM, AM radio and tape player, TV and CD player, Tuner for the Ham Radio, roller furling on both head sails. Depth finder, 6 fans, 2 in main cabin, 1 in Galley 1 over navigagtion desk, 1 in head and 1 in forward berth. Bathrom forward, with separate full standing shower A Dickinson diesel cabin heater, brass barometer, 2 brass clocks plus a tide clock, 2 brass oil lamps. AC and DC outlets throughout boat. Galley with 3 burners,oven, solenoid propane system w 2 tanks stored aft. Front opening 12 V fridge, and freezer…beers are always cold! Microwave comes with the boat as well!
    Outboard engine (Yamaha) very little hourslike maybe 10 total. 2 solar panels (150Watts) and wind generator installed on stainless steel overhead davits. New transmission, engine is Yanmar 35Hp, runs great! Much much more…make us an offer and you can be sailing next week…10 hours to the Spanish Virgin Islands!!

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  4. 1980 Whitby 42

    March 6, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Whitby Boatworks built more than 250 Whitby 42 ketches and 2 Whitby 42 single masted cutters. One of these sailed the Puget Sound for many years, regularly outsailing her ketch-rigged sisters. The other single-masted cutter is Malabar.

    All Whitbys were built to order and when we contracted for Malabar in 1980, we insisted on a single-masted vessel because we wanted superior sailing qualities. When Brewer designed the boat, slab reefing had yet to be widely accepted: people would drop the main and go “under jib and jigger.” Today, by retaining the slot effect between jib and reefed main (no mizzen), boat speed can be maintained more efficiently and with better course keeping. On the Whitby, there is no space between the main and the mizzen. Consequently, the mizzen is blanketed by the main to windward and blankets the main downwind. More significantly, because of its excessive size, the mizzen generates fierce weather helm (though not on a run). Dropping the main moves the CE forward slightly, but not enough to affect the weather helm. Most Whitby owners cope with weather helm by applying constant correction at the helm. Lacking “feel,” the hydraulic steering does not transmit the weather helm to the helmsman, who is left to deplore instead what is incorrectly thought to be an inadequately sized rudder. As a corollary, when the helm is entrusted to the autopilot, there is a significant increase in power usage. Some owners matter-of-factly state that they always sail “under jib and jigger!!” Owners who understand the role of the mizzen rarely hoist it–a couple of owners have actually had it removed . By ordering Malabar as a single-masted cutter, we eliminated the perfunctory mizzen, along with the windage, deck clutter of its standing rigging and, of course, the weather helm. Instead, we obtained a larger, more efficient, more powerful main (without increasing mast height or raising the CE) and achieved our goal: a dramatically better performer.

    Equipment on Board:

    We sold Malabar in 1983 because the construction of an aluminum 53-footer which we had ordered from Kanter Yachts was nearing completion.

    Some years later, we had sold our 53-footer and were looking for a boat more easily managed by a couple. We of course looked at Whitbys and, as Malabar had turned up on the market at that time, we had the opportunity to reacquire her. While we were looking at Whitbys on the market, we were able to identify, along with the well-known virtues, the problem areas to be found in the conception, construction, and the systems installed by the builder. Rudder construction; mast staying; mainsheet control; no mast
    pulpit; staysail boom; deck lay-out; dinghy stowage and handling; dorade pipe diameter;
    original wiring; keel tank; fuel tank vents; original refrigeration; battery location and
    charging; salon table; salon size; no sea-berth; onboard heating.

    An extensive refit was done in 1997 and 1998 to address the above problems and
    completed in 2003. During the 17 years we’ve owned Malabar since reacquiring her in 1995, she’s been in the water just under one year. She is now available, offering her next owners an unusually capable voyaging vessel: a safer, more reliable and better performing
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  5. 2008 Fountaine Pajot Orana

    March 5, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    (4) Huge Double guest cabins – each En-Suite with private head and stall shower (4)

    (2) separate crew cabins/storage –

    Upgraded 40 HP Volvo diesel engines – Low hours

    Full standing headroom 6′ 9″ plus – throughout

    Large Salon with seating for 8 – Galley ” UP” – Nav Station in Salon

    Loads of storage space – Salon – and cabins ( 4 hanging lockers)

    Full electronics package

    Easy single handed sailing – Genoa on roller furler – Main w/ lazy jacks and stack pack – Electric halyard winch

    Cockpit wiht Hard top Bimin , raised helm station – special sun lounging area, large dining/seating area

    Wide flat decks for easy movement fore and aft – large forward deck and trampoline

    This vessel is a true BLUE WATER cruiser with all the comforts. She has a low center of gravity which allows maximum security and a sea kindly motion. The Cockpit- Salon – Galley are all on the same level for convenience with wide opening doors between cockpit and Salon. –

    This is an ideal vessel for private ownership and cruising with guests or family – Her 4 cabin layout with private en-suite bathrooms affords the maximum privacy possible and her large berths and large cabins offer a great deal of comfort.

    The seller will deliver this vessel to any location in the Med or either side of the Atlantic Ocean, with or without her new owner, upon the completion of a purchase.

    Equipment on Board:

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  6. 2008 Fountaine Pajot Orana

    March 5, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    (4) Huge Double guest cabins – each En-Suite with private head and stall shower (4)

    (2) separate crew cabins/storage –

    Upgraded 40 HP Volvo diesel engines – Low hours

    Full standing headroom 6′ 9″ plus – throughout

    Large Salon with seating for 8 – Galley ” UP” – Nav Station in Salon

    Loads of storage space – Salon – and cabins ( 4 hanging lockers)

    Full electronics package

    Easy single handed sailing – Genoa on roller furler – Main w/ lazy jacks and stack pack – Electric halyard winch

    Cockpit wiht Hard top Bimin , raised helm station – special sun lounging area, large dining/seating area

    Wide flat decks for easy movement fore and aft – large forward deck and trampoline

    This vessel is a true BLUE WATER cruiser with all the comforts. She has a low center of gravity which allows maximum security and a sea kindly motion. The Cockpit- Salon – Galley are all on the same level for convenience with wide opening doors between cockpit and Salon. –

    This is an ideal vessel for private ownership and cruising with guests or family – Her 4 cabin layout with private en-suite bathrooms affords the maximum privacy possible and her large berths and large cabins offer a great deal of comfort.

    The seller will deliver this vessel to any location in the Med or either side of the Atlantic Ocean, with or without her new owner, upon the completion of a purchase.

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  7. 1999 Woodwind Kurt Hughes – Custom Catamaran

    March 5, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Fiberglass Vessel – Ideal For Charter or Large Family – Sleeps 12 Guests PLUS – Separate Crew Quarters for (4)

    Custom Built by Woodwind Yachts of Canada to a Kurt Hughes Design

    Large Spacious Saloon with Inside Dining Area – Full Sized Galley – Air Conditioned

    Over 2000 Square feet of Deck Space – Huge Covered Cockpit w/Outside Dining Table – Large Aft Platform for Water-sports and Unique Dive Deck Which Lowers to Water Level

    This is a 65 foot custom sailing catamaran with more than enough room — specifically designed to deliver a stable, comfortable, and environmentally friendly ride to help you make the most of your cruising or live-a-board experience. She has acres of deck space – Indoor and Outdoor dining facilities – Fully air conditioned interiors – and all the extras for the discriminating owner – or charter operation.

    Please see the extensive gallery of vessel photos, and the photos of guests relaxing and having fun in the water. Picture yourself HERE – enjoying your own private oasis on the see –

    Equipment on Board:

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  8. 1990 Nimble Boat Works Modified Canoe Type Yawl

    March 5, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This is a highly modified custom Nimble trailer able Yawl with a tabernackle mast. She has a custom cumaro / brazilian teak dog house, providing her with standing head room. She has a 2000 kw Generator located on a custom built taft rail stern and air conditioning and a custom african mahogany butterfly hatch

    Equipment on Board:

    New Honda 15 hp 4 Stroke
    New 2000 kw generator
    New air conditioner
    new tanbark (red) sails
    New 3 meter bow sprite
    firing Swivel Gun
    built in hooka dive rig
    Measures 35 feet overall!
    Two Head sails
    custom Faux wood paint work
    This is a true Pirate Vessel!

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  9. 1991 hunter hunter 28

    March 5, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    1991 Hunter Marine 28SL sailboat in excellent condition. Asking price $21900 This boat is ready to go. Inventory included is: LOA 28 LWL 24′ 2″ Beam 10′ 6″ Draft 3′ 9″ Ballast 2,800 lbs Displacement 7,400 lbs Sail area 398.9 sq ft Mast height (from DWL) 47′ 6″ Cabin head room 6′ 2″ Rigging: Dacron Sails Roller reefing Jib Double spreader fractional rig Two speed self tailing Barient sheet winches Self tailing Barient halyard winch Internal halyards Mid-boom sheeting Adjustable mainsheet traveler Inboard genoa tracks with cars Deck: Anodized aluminum toe rail Stainless steel bow pulpit Stainless steel stern rail Double lifelines Teak handrails On deck anchor well Cabin skylight Cockpit: Removable contoured helmsman seat Walk through transom with swim/dive platform Call (# removed)

    Equipment on Board:

    Pedestal steering with engine controls and lighted Richie compass Stainless steel swim ladder Electrical: Dual 12 V battery switch Two new batteries 9/08 European running lights Automatic Bilge pump 110 V dockside power with cord Multiple AC outlets in cabin Mast steaming light Anchor light Cabin lights Switch panel AC/DC Cabin: Hardwood trim Teak and Holly cabin sole Five opening ports Three cabin hatches Dinette table Hanging locker Fully enclosed head Pressure water in Lavatory Shower with separate seat Molded vanity with mirror Navigator’s station Chart table Fabric cushions Athwartships private stateroom Sleeping for six Galley: Stainless steel sink Hot and cold pressure water systems Two burner stove with cutting board Ice box Freshwater tank (30 gal) Auxiliary Power: Yanmar 18 hp Diesel engine Fuel tank (18 gal)

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  10. 2004 Beneteau First 40.7

    March 5, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This 2004 racer/cruiser that is race ready with one-design class upgrades including Harken windward sheeting, Harken spin track, carbon spin pole, pedestal handrail, LED navigation lights and a full racing sail inventory. Even with the speed of a racer, this Beneteau First 40.7 is not shy on luxury. The cockpit is spacious with removable seat lockers. The salon is nicely appointed with 6’ 5” headroom, 3 double cabins, salon seating for 8, L-shaped galley, head with shower, Halogen reading lamps and overhead lighting throughout, and flat panel TV with DVD player. The light pearwood finished cabinetry provides a warm and airy feeling. This one owner yacht has been well cared for and has always been freshwater kept. Electronics include: VHF radio with RAM mic,wind/depth/speed, GPS receiver chartplotter, White-Durepox (epoxy) bottom paint.

    Equipment on Board:

    Electronics include: Raymarine ST60 Tridata, Raymarine ST60 Wind-seapod mounted, Raymarine GPS/chartplotter at Navstation, Raymarine ST 6001 autopilot with fluxgate compass, ICOM VHF w/ antenna, AM/FM Stereo/CD, Plastimo Binnacle compass at pedestal

    One-Design Class Sail Inventory: (2) Doyle/North 3DL mainsail (2(# removed)), Doyle AP #1 genoa (2004), North 3DL AP #1 genoa (2009), Doyle Jib-top reacher (2004), Doyle #3 (2004), Doyle 0.5oz symmetrical spinnaker (2004), Doyle 0.75oz symmetrical spinnaker (2004), Doyle 0.5oz assymmetrical spinnaker (2006), Doyle Code 4 Spinnaker (2010)

    Safety Sails: storm trysail, storm jib

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