The Deerfoot 62 EMMA is quite the
show stopper. Built to go around the world with ease and
comfort. Beautiful lines and a super user friendly layout with
all the creature comforts including watermaker and air
conditioning. Make your next voyage one that lasts 10 years...
Ono was built by and for a group
of engineers/scientists who worked for the electronic firm
Techtronics near Portland Oregon to the design of noted naval
architect Stan Huntingford.
Her interior joinery comprised of
solid black walnut was harvested specifically for this boat.
The greatest care and precision were taken in all aspects of the
construction. After a few years of use the original group
dissolved and the boat was purchased by the present owner with
the purpose in mind of outfitting her as a private yacht and
vessel to be used in his own oceanic research. It was obvious
that the construction and arrangement were perfect for the
intended use. The intent was to sail anywhere on the planet in
comfort and safety and providing a platform for observation and
work in areas that may not be accessible by any other means. So
the vessel was further updated for extended offshore use by
Legendary Yachts of Washougal, Washington. Since then she has
been maintained to the highest of standards and is now ready for
a new owner to sail off on new adventures anywhere on the
globe. Ono needs to be seen to appreciate her unique features.
For your convenience we have an
in-country representative capable of showing you this vessel on
Dan O'Brien 831-247-6162
Please contact Dan O'Brien, Olympia WA at 360-867-1783
The Carver 56 Voyager is a
luxurious cruiser, This boat has made the trip to Puerto
Vallarta and back. Fantastic platform for cruising and
entertaining, Mystique will provide great space, entertainment
and comfort for 6 overnight passengers, and many more for
entertaining. Beautiful interior is comfortable and inviting.
Aft cockpit and flybridge accommodate the outside activities.
Dinghy deck and davit handle the tender needs, and built in
flybridge BBQ and ice-maker create a comfortable setting with a view.
Not your typical Hunter! This
model Hunter was designed to sail with the early sleds and is
considered an Ultralight. Slippery lines and easily driven,
Pegasus will make 200 mile days easily. She's outfitted as a
fast cruiser, and to live off the grid. The current owners have
sailed to Hawaii and back, and cruised the Sea of Cortez. Roller
furling headsails include a Genoa and Solent that works as a
storm sail. KKMI did an extensive refit on the interior of this
boat, and installed custom cabinetry in exotic wood. She also
has an arch with solar panels, dinghy garage for the 9' Avon,
and sugar scoop transom.
Pegasus is anxious to stretch her
legs. Come see this well equipped cruiser!
This is a very highly modified and modernized Santa Cruz 52.
She has a taller mast, large mainsail and fractional jib with
swept back spreaders and NO runners. The original fin keel and
rudder have been replaced with a bulb keel and a very high aspect
rudder. The original spinnaker poles have been replaced with an
articulating bowsprit which has the advantages of both a spinnaker
pole and a bowsprit. She has a pedestal to drive the primary
winches. She is VERY fast and much easier to handle.
She is on her shipping cradle in heated storage and
absolutely ready to go.
First launched in 1962 as Bravata
II, re-christened as Akamai in 1965 (was later Nordia and
re-christened again as Akamai in 2011). She underwent a total
restoration at Koehler Kraft in San Diego, and shows like a new
boat now. She has been re-powered, re-rigged, and refinished. No
expense was spared in the refit.
Numbers is a very competitive and
highly optimized for ORR and PHRF racer in immaculate condition,
ready for the next buoy or offshore regatta.
Originally designed by Jim Taylor
as Design #95 – 49 ft LOA Grand Prix ‘IMS’ Racer and built by
Goetz Boatworks in Bristol, RI she has gone through complete
retrofit and modernization under the expert advice of Greg
Stewart from Nelson Marek.
The Hull consists of
unidirectional and biaxial Kevlar reinforced skins over PVC foam
cores, whose density is varied to suit local loadings. The Deck
is a similar laminate of Kevlar skins over PVC foam, with high
compression core and additional laminate in way of all deck
hardware. Pre-impregnated epoxy resins are used throughout. Both
hull and deck are locally reinforced with unidirectional Kevlar
to minimize the longitudinal deflections resulting from the
headstay, running backstay and mast compression loadings.
NUMBERS, is the third IMS racer of the same name that this
office has designed to win the 1997 Admiral’s Cup.
She comes with a wealth of racing
performance data, extensive tuning charts and crew manual
Completely replaced state-of-the-art electronics, electrical
systems, running rigging and extensive sail inventory make
NUMBERS a turn-key race machine.
Tulum IV is a highly upgraded
capable cruiser. Her furling cutter rig, traditional mainsail,
and Gennaker give any sailor plenty of options in the sail plan.
The large aft cockpit with self tailing headsail winches close
to the helm are great for single handing. An electric winch
helps raise the mainsail. Walk through transom makes boarding
from the dock or dinghy a breeze. Davits carry the RIB dinghy
and outboard, as well as solar panels. A tall dodger gives
standing headroom and protects the people in the cockpit. Solid
railing around the whole boat adds security when going forward.
She's equipped with a generator and water-maker to live off the
grid. Tulum IV wants to stretch her legs and continue cruising,
so come see this well equipped vessel and start your next adventure!
Designed by legendary Ted Brewer and built by the renowned
Kanter yard, Seafarer is a sturdily-built offshore
pilothouse vessel that wants you to take her to places that she’s
never been – and she has been around a bit. There are many
features on this vessel that make her a top candidate if you’re
looking for a comfortable and manageable boat that has the ability
to go almost anywhere that is your whim’s desire to be. There
aren’t many vessels available on the market today that can match this.
"Zanya" is a beauty. It is obvious she has been
well loved. Beautiful 1978 Brewer built at the CC Chen Boatyard.
This blue-water cruiser is stout, comfortable and well equipped.
The current owner maintains this vessel at the highest standard.
EXQUISITE! - the very first word that will come to mind when
you lay your eyes on Raven. She was built as a
re-creation of a 1935 L. Francis Herreshoff Mobjack Ketch in 1982.
In 1999, she was re-fit and re-commissioned with the help of Naval
Architect Robert Perry into a staysail schooner (see article
written in November 2007 Latitudes & Attitudes). This is an
estate sale and is a wonderful opportunity to own this unique and
very beautiful vessel.
Very nice recent upgrades on this
sturdy offshore cruiser. New rigging and sails as well as
electrical upgrades throughout. Fully capable of world
cruising in comfort. Priced to sell fast. Come take a look!
The Peterson 44
is know to be one of the best cruising boats ever built. Sturdy
construction makes this great sailing design stand the test of
time. Cruising World says "This boat was a pioneer in
performance cruising design.", and as a performance cruiser
"180 mile days are not uncommon." Sand Dollar will make
a great platform to experience crossing oceans, or just hanging
around in your local area. She's priced well for the coveted
This Beneteau Idylle M-43 has
been owned by the current owner for 23 years and has been very
well maintained. The 2-stateroom, 2-head layout makes for an
exceptional live-aboard vessel that is built with offshore capabilities.
The huge cockpit also allows for
entertaining large families and or groups.
Built at the Ta Shing Yacht Building Company in Taiwan in
1978, the HC 43 is known for the high degree of wood joinery.
"Naiad" is rough around the edges, but the soul and
bones of a true offshore capable yacht are solid. Any reasonable
offer considered. With some work she'll be suitable for many more adventures.
Naiad would make a great candidate for living aboard while
personalizing her to the new owner's tastes.
The Wauquiez 43’ Amphitrite,
designed by Donald Pye of the Holman & Pye design firm, is
an excellent offshore cruising ketch with large living spaces
and abundant storage for long range cruising or live-aboard.
MANGO has had extensive upgrades since 2015 and represents an
Briar Rose has been a very successful PHRF racer in Southern
California, but doesn’t show it. Her appearance is excellent and
the boat has been upgraded and maintained meticulously. With
accommodations for 7, she can be cruised or raced with full crew
or shorthanded. The added bow spirit makes flying asymmetrical
sails a breeze.
The Hunter 420
provides perhaps the largest volume and most storage capacity of
any sailboat of its size. Whether living aboard or sailing. Warren
Luhrs and his design team came up with the best of both worlds in
This two cabin
layout includes a private guest cabin forward with a Pullman berth
and enclosed head with shower and a
aft with a walk around centerline queen berth ample hanging
lockers and storage, and the enclosed head with shower.
like to have this vessel sold as quickly as possible.
This heavily built seaworthy
classic has had tender loving care from all three of her owners
(2-prior plus the current) Very low engine hours on an engine
totally re-built in 2015. She also has a new dodger, new cockpit
cushions and she was hauled for bottom paint in the spring of
2016. This rare deck/salon configuration will make an excellent
coastal cruiser and/or live-aboard for the new owner.
Extremely well maintained classic
sailing vessel. Large comfortable cockpit area, perfect for
entertaining and all the creature comforts down below. Fully
capable of crossing oceans or a weekend getaway boat. Take a
look at this one, you wont be disappointed!
The Kettenburg 41 is a timeless
classic. Avanti has been beautifully restored and shows a pride
of ownership rarely seen. The K41 makes for a fantastic
day-sailer or comfortable over-nighter and is sure to turn heads
wherever she goes. Come take a look, you won't be disappointed.
MERMAID is a 40’ Beneteau Oceanis
400 ‘93 sloop which has been completely upgraded. She has a fin
bulb keel, draws 5’6” and has a wide 12’10” beam, has a
walk-through transom, double spreaders, 2 flag halyards, 2 radar
reflectors, fully battened mainsail, lazy jacks, stack pack,
aluminum mast, Strong System bat cars, a roller furling 130%
Genoa, 889 square feet of sail area (PHRF rating 105),
adjustable bow sprit with a lime green colored Code 0 roller
furled spinnaker, adjustable whisker pole mounted vertically on
the mast, Bruce anchor with 200 feet of chain, windlass,
saltwater wash-down, 50 hp Perkins diesel engine, 120 amp
alternator, fixed 3-blade prop, propane locker , 4 Lewmar
winches (two 30’s and two 48s), 12 Spinlock clutches, 41 gallon
diesel fuel tank, two 70-gallon water tanks, four 4-D AGM
batteries (220 amp engine starter battery, 660 amp house bank),
Heart Interface Link 2000-R, non-skid fiberglass and teak decks,
anodized aluminum, and stainless steel hardware, 7 Lewmar
hatches and 10 portholes, new wiring and electrical panels, Wema
tank gauges, and Hunter green canvass (bimini, folding dodger,
awning, screens, helm cover...). Operations and maintenance
manuals, diagrams, and operating instructions are available for
all boat systems and equipment. All lines (including reefing
lines) run aft to the cockpit.
Below decks, there are 3
staterooms (forward stateroom with Pullman to starboard, 2 aft
cabins with queen sized berths, plus table converts to a large
bunk) with room for 7 people to sleep comfortably, HCM
innerspring mattress in Pullman berth, hanging lockers and
shelves, 2 heads (electric), two 20-gallon holding tanks with
macerator pumps, sinks and showers, galley (with refrigerator
and freezer – 12 volt and engine driven systems, ice maker,
propane oven and stove, storage and stainless sink), saloon with
seating for 6, halogen lighting, 7 quiet Calframo fans,
navigation station, stereo / CD / DVD player with cabin and
cockpit speakers, iPod connection, and 2 flat screen TV monitors.
Navigation instruments, include
Ray Marine navigation instruments duplicated at both the helm
and nav stations, VHF (Ray230) radio with intercom, fog horn,
speakers and hailer, 24-mile RADAR with MARPA, GPS antenna and
RL70 chart plotters, depth sounder, knot-meter, water
thermometer, countdown timers for racing, wind instruments,
below deck linear drive ST 6001 autopilot; Watchman night watch system.
Owner is selling because she
wants to buy another boat.
Own a piece of history with this
beautifully restored classic. Very nicely appointed and
maintained. Some modern upgrades to the electrical systems and
rebuilt engine without losing the old classic feel. New sails
and meticulous paint work throughout. This one has to be seen in
person to appreciate the craftsmanship.
Olson 40's were designed as
ultralight performance yachts. Easily driven in light air and
capable of planing down wind. Comfortable interior make these
boats excellent cruisers that can click off the miles. Pohono
has had the keel area reinforced and a more modern IMX 38 spade
rudder installed. Lines are led aft for easy short handed
sailing and NKE autopilot is your other driver.
Olson 40s are a design
"before their time". Still very competitive and
sporty. 20 knots is common in these slippery boats. They are
stable and comfortable in all points of sail, especially
downwind. ONO has had the problematic chain-plates replaced, a
customized galley, and has more cost effective wire standing
rigging instead of rod. She's mostly stock, and in great
cosmetic condition. Join the Fast 40 fleet for fun cruising and racing!
The 37' Britton Chance designed,
Henri Wauquiez built, is a true classic. 91 of these vessels
were built and upon stepping aboard one immediately appreciates
her build and unquestionable stability. She has beautiful lines
and is a joy to sail!
BUOY TOY is a fully equipped Nordic Tug 37 in extraordinary
condition, with most factory options and many other custom
options including custom leather interior cushions in 2014 custom
stainless steel NordicTug air conditioning grate covers, Xantrex
Inverter, Espar forced air diesel heating. Additionally there is a
complete viewing camera system with one camera on the back deck
for backing up, one FLIR Night Vision camera and one camera in the
engine room. Her 380 Cummins diesel is a common-rail diesel with
electronic controls that has always been professionally
maintained. This original owner boat has been maintained to the
highest standards and it shows. You won’t find a cleaner boat on
The translation for the grape
named DOLCETTO is ”little sweet one”. Sweet one is an accurate
description for this boat but the word little hardly comes to
mind. Few 40 foot express boats have this much room. She is a
very stable platform due to her DeltaConic hull design and her
14 foot beam. Outside vinyl has been updated as has the
canvas. Inside she’s exceptionally clean. If you’re looking
for a week end getaway or the perfect party barge DOLCETTO is
An outstanding coastal cruiser
with abundant storage and numerous creature comforts, this
Catalina 36 is a nice clean boat with many upgrades. Her current
owner has had a 3 year relationship with her, but it’s obvious
that she‘s had an entire life of love. Her asking price
represents an awesome value and you will look for a very long
time to find a similar boat as clean and well maintained as
The Catalina 36 'Crystal Blue' is
as clean a boat as you will find for its age. Well maintained
throughout. New upholstery and freshly treated woodwork. The
perfect daysailing yacht or Catalina adventure!
A clean well cared for Islander
36’ with new interior, 6-new Lewmar opening ports, new salon
hatch, new interior lights (low amp draw) new thru hull for
sink, very solid stainless steel dodger frame and canvas in
excellent condition. Electrical panel replaced, new A/C wiring,
new spreader lights, new steaming light, new mast head light,
mast pulled and re-wired, standing rigging replaced when
purchased, new anchor wash down pump.
1D35 “Fractions” hull #38 is in
exceptional condition, ready for the race course. Very
competitive all-around racer both around the buoys and offshore.
Professionally optimized for PHRF and ORR racing with higher
spinnaker halyard, bowsprit and extended spinnaker pole,
“Fractions” has been retrofitted for modern racing and
completely overhauled - from the engine to electrical system,
instruments and rigging. With extensive sail inventory and
completely overhauled rigging “Fractions” is a turn-key boat
ready for the next regatta. Triad trailer (2003) included.
SANTE is, beyond a doubt, the
most loved and cared for Cheoy Lee 35 ever to have graced the
shores of the West Coast. Her condition and maintenance pedigree
are impeccable. Come see why we've made this statement; you
won't be disappointed. We have motivated sellers (they purchased
another boat), who are ready to pass this jewel along to someone
who'll care as much for her as they did.
The C&C is a good all-around
racer/cruiser that is fun to sail, she performs well on all
points of sail and handles foul weather with ease. The current
owner has owned FINESSE since 1982 and she has been actively
raced but at the same time, lovingly cared for.
Well cared for classic trawler.
Teak decks in good condition and interior woodwork shows great.
Economical to operate and roomy enough for 6 to cruise. Single
engine and stern thruster make maneuvering a breeze.
The Crown 34
"Boru" has lived up to its standard as a high
performance sailer and comfortable cruiser. The seller, a long
time airline pilot had suffered a stroke and has now sailing off
in another dimension. His family would like to see the boat
continue on sailing from one adventure to the next. A tradition
for you to carry on. The opportunity is yours.
Dan O'Brien 831-247-6162
Please contact Dan O'Brien, Olympia WA at 360-867-1783
absolutely got it right with the functional and roomy design of
the 340 Sundancer. The smooth riding deep V hull is a joy to use
even in rough or choppy water. OHH BUOY has been well
maintained by both her current and previous owners and has had
numerous improvements over the last 2 years.
This is where
opportunity knocks - the seller has purchased a larger Sea Ray, is
in the process of purchasing a new home and has reduced the
asking price reflecting his urgency to make this boat go away.
The 32’ Carver Mariner has great
appeal as a family cruiser due to her large single level step
down interior and wide beam. Her spacious bridge also provides a
comfortable command center that is accessible from both the main
cabin and the cockpit.
All around a truly roomy social
boat that has been owned and cared for by the current owner
since it was new.
Waypoint II is a very well cared
for and updated Ericson 32-200. Rigged for ease of sailing
shorthanded, and quite a performer. PHRF rating is 156. This is
a great boat to sail locally or cruise with two couples or up to
6 people. A very desirable interior layout with two private
berth/staterooms and abundant storage. Beautiful woodwork is
nicely finished inside. This vessel has had a two coat epoxy
barrier coat done in 2014 with sprayed on racing bottom. Sails
were new in 2014 and are in excellent condition. She has a a 3
blade Flex-O-Fold prop, rigid vang, lazy jacks, gennaker in a
snuffer, and a recent EV-1 Raymarine autopilot.
This Ericson 32 has been
constantly upgraded through its lifetime from the Beta Marine
20-HP marine diesel to recent total rewiring including a new
custom circuit breaker panel, red/white LED lighting throughout
on dimmer switch, red LED lights on the companionway steps and
new GFI outlets. The exterior also boasts all new canvas covers
and all ports were replaced in 2012.
Some boats are built to look like cruising boats and some
are built to actually go to far-away places. The Pacific Seacraft
31’ is truly a blue water vessel. Stoutly built and handsome,
“Intuition” has been very lightly used by her one owner. She is
ready to be outfitted for the cruising life.
This Ted Brewer designed, cutter rigged, canoe stern yawl is
one of the finest examples of a pocket cruiser on the market
today. She was designed for ease of sailing, visual charm and
pride of ownership.
Equinox was built over a seven-year period in Southern
California by someone who knows his trade and cares about both the
art and science of boat building. He is a former high school shop
teacher who has built a couple of dozen vessels over the past 40 years.
Equinox, while having a beautiful, traditional look as a
yawl with double headsails, she was built using some of the best
materials (foam-cored, bi-directional fiberglass laid up in epoxy)
and she has been immaculately maintained.
She is well rigged for short-handed sailing and she deserves
a new owner who will appreciate her sailing characteristics, charm
and the fine quality of this beautifully maintained pocket cruiser.
A very clean version of one of
the most successful production boats ever. Brand new standing
and running rigging. New upholstery and stereo system. Well
maintained throughout the entire boat. Perfect for weekenders or
day sailing on the bay. Come take a look!
What’s hard not to like about the most built sail boat in
history? Not much. Here is a bargain priced Catalina 30 with a
diesel engine, roller furling head sail and a wheel that is in
good condition. The seller has moved up to a larger boat and needs
to move on from here. Can you hear it? It’s opportunity knocking.