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  1. 1972 Ranger Sloop

    January 6, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Vessel Type
    1972 29ft Ranger sloop
    Color: Red, White Deck
    Registration: FL-9099-BM
    Power: Atomic-4 15hp inboard
    Fuel: 15 Gal
    Draft (fixed keel) 56”

    Equipment on Board:

    All original equipment is operational has been retained and maintained in this sturdy & fast racer/cruiser to represent a historic Ranger. 5 bunks, stove, ice box, 2 cabins, headroom 6”2”, head, gimbaled stove & oven, 2 sinks, holding tank, 20 gal water tank. Sails: Marconi rig- main, lapper, #1 and #2 genoa. 5 winches, teak rail covers, automatic pilot, folding mast steps, DSC VHF, depth finder, misc. lines & equip.

  2. 1973 Ranger Ranger 23

    January 1, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    The Ranger 23 sail boat can be seen at the Nyack Boat Club overlooking the Hudson River in Nyack, New York. It is a great day sailer, compact cruiser
    or competitive racer.

    Equipment on Board:

    Includes Johnson 6 HP 4 cycle outboard with low hours, porta potty, VHF radio, compass, 2 anchors, steel cradle, and batteries. Sails include main, genoa and spinnaker.

  3. 1974 Ranger 26

    November 14, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This 1974 Ranger 26 goes really fast when the wind is right. The Ranger 26 is an excellent stable and fun. The sailboat has the striking looks typical of a Gary Mull design. This sailboat had a successful racing career in the Cayuga Lake Cruising Fleet while owned by the owner, including winning CLCF Boat of the Year in 1997, 1998, 2001, 2002, and two night “50-Milers”.

    Equipment on Board:

    1998 Nissan 9.8 HP longshaft, New Doyle custom dacron sails main and 135% genoa,(2)Barient 21s 2 speed for headsail sheets, (2)Barient 10s for spinnaker sheets, (2)cabin top winches, (1) mast-mounter winch, Mainsheet traveler, Internal halyards, Spinnaker pole, Twings, Lifelines, Backstay adjusting tackle, Vang, Main Cunningham, Schaeffer “TuffLuff twingroove headstay system, Sail Comp with Racing Package, Depth sounder, SR Mariner Knotmeter, Depthmeter, SR wind meter, Steel Cradle

  4. 1976 Ranger Ranger 33

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Duet is a well-maintained Ranger 33 ready for cruising to Catalina and the Channel Islands. Inteior is very nice. Hull is solid, although bottom paint is old. Currently refinishing exterior teak trim.

    Equipment on Board:

    New mast and rebuilt boom with new standing rigging in 2009 along with new Harken traveler, roller furler and backstay adjuster. Full battened main and 138% radial-cut jib by Elliot Pattison Sails in 2009; older 3/4 asymetrical spinnaker, dual group 27 batteries, updated electrical, basic gps, installed vhs, two depth sounders, two aluminum Guardian anchors which fit bow roller with lots of solid anchor rode, two water tanks, stainless steel gas tank, Atomic 4 engine which runs great; Martek 2-blade folding prop

  5. 1978 ranger cabin

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    yamaha 9.9 four stroke good shape 2 mains 2 jibs solar charger / battery charger sails nice

    Equipment on Board:

    none other than stated above

  6. 1975 Ranger 33

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Complete sail away cruising package. Sails like a dream in light air, wheel is light as a feather and highly responsive. 2010 survey, air conditioning for those hot days alongside, GPS for safe navigation and adventuring, brand new RayMarine SPX-5 auto pilot, new propane grill, sail bag that includes a roller furling 155% genoa, 2 mainsails, storm jib, and gennaker. No hull blisters. Atomic 4 fuel system completely refurbished, greaseless water pump less than a year old, electronic ignition, new plugs, spark plug wires, distributor cap and rotor, current Coast Guard safety inspection, life vests, inflatable with paddles and outboard. Much more.

    Equipment on Board:

  7. 1972 Ranger Sloop

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Access to chain locker in bow. V-berth with custom innerspring mattress, netted storage shelves and three drawers with bedside table. Two halogen reading lamps to port and starboard. Large hanging locker to starboard. Enclosed head and shower to port. Numerous storage shelves, medicine cabinet with mirror and under-sink storage. Main salon has U-shaped dinette to port which converts to a double berth; straight settee to starboard with lee cloth. Storage below, outboard and above both sides. Brass reading lamp, barometer, red night light and internal Bose speakers all mounted on main bulkhead. Aft to starboard are magazine rack, chart table with two drawers and storage. Electronics and panel mounted outboard. Galley aft to port.

    Equipment on Board:


    * S/S sink
    * 2-burner propane stove
    * 12V Adler-Barbour refrigerator (inoperative)
    * Pressurized fresh water system


    * Autohelm 4000 autopilot with new motor at helm in 2010
    * VHF radio
    * Depth sounder
    * Speed/distance log
    * 3 compasses
    * Garmin 2200 chart plotter
    * CD player with Bose speakers in cabin and weather-proof speakers in cockpit


    * 12V DC system
    * 3 house batteries
    * 1 starting battery new 2005
    * Battery parallel switch
    * Battery charger
    * Battery monitor
    * Shore power cord


    * New rigging 2002
    * Mainsail new 2004
    * Roller furling 110% jib
    * 140% genoa
    * Spinnaker pole
    * Whisker pole
    * 6 standard and 2 self-tailing winches
    * Manual backstay
    * Manual boom vang


    * 25# Bruce anchor
    * 100-feet chain and 200-feet rode
    * 25# Danforth anchor
    * 100-feet chain and 200-feet rode
    * Manual windlass
    * Nav, spreader, stern and anchor lights
    * Dodger
    * Blue canvas covers
    * Lifeline netting


    * Low engine hours
    * Bilge blower
    * 2 manual bilge pumps
    * 1 electric bilge pump
    * Wheel steering
    * Manual head with 10-gallon holding tank
    * 3-blade prop
    * Engine sound proofing

  8. 1974 Ranger Ranger33/possible owner finanicing

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Brighid is a Gary Mull designed Ranger 33 refit to cruise. She is a US Documented boat in Bristol Sailaway Condition. Currently located in beautiful La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico on the Sea of Cortez, she is ready to move aboard and enjoy immediately.
    Brighid has the look and feel of a nimble racer/cruiser, is easily singlehanded and provides luxury accomodations for one and very comfortable accomodations for two while incorporating berths for six.
    Brighid is a true turnkey boat ready to take you to the islands of the Sea of Cortez–and further–today. Spend your time cruising, not sanding, painting,spinning wrenches and fixing things.
    She is a joy to sail–quick, nimble and fast– and at 10,500lbs displacement with 4800lbs of that as lead encapsulated in the keel, she delivers a seaworhty and comfortable ride as well.
    Looking for a comfortable midsized cruiser?…Brighid is the right boat in the right place. Possible owner financing.

    Equipment on Board:

    *portabote 8’dinghy complete w/ 1.75 hp outboard

    *Aires Circumnavigator rebuilt and restored. heavy duty transom/deck mounting

    *AirX Marine 400watt wind generator w/10 watt solar panel as backup–all run through an eMarine control panel

    *Harken roller furling on a 130 UK Genoa in very good condition with a new 130 genoa as backup
    110 jib for furler–like new Spinakker and Blooper–both very good

    *Garmin 3210C Gps–10″ screen loaded with charts of the west coast of N. Amer to Ecuador

    *Paper charts of the west coast of N. Amer

    *Davis Sextant–new

    *New in 2000 Universal M320B 3 cyl 20hp diesel engine by Westerbeke w/400hours

    *New in 2010 ZF10M transmission rated for continuous use with engine size and boat displacement–new flexible coupling and new flywheel interface

    *Icebox–easy conversion to Refrig. if desired

    *New in 2008 Raritan head, removable holding tank (never used) with macerator discharge and deck pump out

    *Galley on starboard side with new in 2009 Force 10 2 burner stove w/ oven and broiler

    *New Propane system from tanks to stove with redundant shutoff and sniffer

    *ABI manual horizontal windlass–$2000. when new. bought used in fine condition

    *Primary–Delta, Secondary–CQR and Stern–Fortress all with 5/16 HT Chain and 5/8 8 plait nylon rode new in 2009 (over 640 feet of rode)

    *Rail mounted BBQ–propane

    *18 gal fuel tank–plastic and 2 5 gal back up jerry type cans also plastic

    *LED lighting throughout

    *2 new 110 AH deep cycle marine batteries installed Nov., 2011

    *Balmar 80 amp back up Alternator with “smart Regulator” also by Balmar

    *All lines led to cockpit

    *Wheel steering– refurbished

    *Edson binnacle arch with GPS mounting and plugin full wiring for a hookup elsewhere(ie, nav station)

    *Standing and running rigging new in 2005 and in fine condition

    *Two Primary, 2 secondary and 2 cabin top winches–all in top condition and just serviced

    *Vang with control line run to cockpit

    *Boom brake with actuating line run to cockpit

    *Good mainsail–no battens, two reef points and New mainsail w/ battens and 3 reef points

    *Jiffy slab reefing

    *lazy jacks

    *Jack lines

    *New hull paint in 2011, new deck paint including nonskid in 2010 and bottom paint in Nov., 2011

    *MUCH, MUCH MORE…all ready to put to sea

  9. 1971 Ranger Sailboat

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    The hull is constructed of a solid fiberglass laminate. The keel is molded as part of the hull and the ballast is poured in. The hull is a moderate displacement design. The rudder has a partial-depth skeg, with balance area below. This skeg is also molded into the hull. There is an interior liner dropped in to the boat before the deck is put on. The design weight of the Ranger is 6,400 lbs (2.9 tonnes).
    The deck is constructed of fiberglass cored with plywood. This allowed the molded interior liner for the deck to serve as the inner skin. The rig is typical of its era. A deck-stepped aluminum mast (37′ I measurement) with fore-and-aft lower shrouds. The single spreaders were originally spec’d as wood. The mast had an external T-track fitted to its aft side for the mainsail. It included two sheaves on the front and back of the mast, as well as a tang for attaching a fractional inner fore-stay. The interior layout consists of a V-berth forward, followed by a head to port with hanging locker outboard. A small galley and vanity is to starboard. Aft of the main bulkhead are two settees. The starboard one has a cutout through the main bulkhead to allow 6′ (1.84m) of sleeping space. The port settee extends into the quarter berth which reaches back under the cockpit. A galley is to starboard, originally equipped with a sink, manual water pump, and two-burner alcohol stove. There is a small, poorly insulated icebox. The water tank is located under the V-berth, with room for a holding tank as well. The fuel tank is strapped under the cockpit floor, above the engine. Aft of the galley, there is a cockpit locker providing storage space. The Ranger 29 has developed a reputation as an excellent club PHRF racer.[citation needed] It generally rates as fast as 184 in some regions with a spinnaker, or as slow as 200 with the same sail plan depending on region. At 6,400 lbs, it likes a breeze

    Equipment on Board:

  10. 1976 Ranger Sloop

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Currently on land, mast not stepped. Wood trim needs some work. New tiller. Has not been sailed for two years. Hull is sound, blister free. Needs new interior cushions. Will consider offers that are reasonable…

    Equipment on Board:

    Main, 4 jibs, 1 chute, all original, some loose stitching at seams, compass, depth, knot meter, Johnson 9.9 extended shaft, all standing and running gear.