Below you’ll find a list of boats for sale by owner or from the Northwest Maritime Center.  Do you want to reach more people with your boat for sale? We’re happy to list your boat for a nominal quarterly fee.

Nacra Inter 20

Length: 20′
Beam: 8.5′
Draft: 3.3′
Description: Team Ketch Me If U Can completed the 2017 Race to Alaska on this Nacra Inter 20. This is a fast and proven boat. This vessel has a pedal drive, boat cover, and an extra set of sails. Boat is currently located in Ketchikan, Alaska.
From the team’s finish line post: “Very happy with how we sailed and finished!”

  • 4th overall in 7d 15h
  • Fastest ever boat 20ft and under (previously 11d 19h, 2015 Team Mau)
  • Fastest ever double-handed boat / fastest ever beach cat (previously 9d 7h, 2015 Team Freeburd)

Read more about this boat’s recent adventure here and here.
Additional photos are available by request.

Price: $5,000 or best offer in Ketchikan, $7,000 elsewhere plus $3,000 for shipping. There is also a trailer available for this boat in Port Townsend, WA.

Contact Kris at or 360.643.1308.

Chrystal Rae

Length: 18′
Beam: 8′
Draft: 0.67′
Description: You NEED a boat in the Pacific Northwest! The hand-crafted 18-foot Super San Francisco Pelican sailing dory-pram is a wooden boat connoisseur’s dream. It was completed in 2013 and is in excellent condition with exquisite mahogany detailing. The main sail and jib were custom-made in Kirkland. The mast is hinged so that it can fold down for easy transport. Just in case the winds are elusive, it comes with a small electric outboard motor. An EZ-loader Shelby Trailer is included. It can be all yours for just $5,500. The boat is located on Vashon Island.
Price: $5,500.00

Please call or text Susie at 206.372.7909


Length: 43′
Beam: 12.5′
Draft: 4.5′
Price: $37,950.00
Description: BEAUTIFUL AMERICAN CLASSIC CUSTOM BUILT BOAT. Fresh varnish and paint, ready for cruising. Refurbished in the mid 90’s, including bow structure and deck, toe rail and complete transom. Powered by single Detroit Diesel WWII 6-71 low block with new head and new exhaust manifold in mid-90’s. In all the years of ownership, this engine has never quit. All engines parts are upward compatible and available. This boat has a full keel and a barn door for a rudder. It will go where you point it, even at dead slow. 200 gallons Diesel and 175 gal water, 15 gallon water heater. Lewmar windlass, 45lb CQR anchor with 150′ 5/16 chain, 20lb Danforth spare anchor. 4 burner propane stove and oven, Novakool 7 cubic foot refrigerator/freezer 12v or AC. Ultra-leather sectional that converts to berth. Dickinson Adriatic Diesel stove. Bow Berth has over under bunks, head and sink, hanging locker. Master Stateroom has full size berth, head and sink, separate shower stall. Sliding door out to aft deck. Engine room has large door access from companion way. Pilot house is above engine room with great visibility in all directions. CB radio, 2 VHF radios, compass, coastal navigator depth sounder, Furuno 24 mile radar. 9′ sailing dinghy on aft with davit. Great all year round cruising boat, same owner for 28 years.

Contact David at or 206.280.3423.


Length: 29′
Beam: 7′
Draft: 5′
Price: $42,000.00
Description: The Swallow is a custom designed and built Pocket Cruiser sailboat. She was built using unique custom quality imported and local woods and with high quality craftsmanship. Her hull is strip planked red cedar covered with epoxy resin fiberglass cloth, with bronze fastenings and lead ballast. Beams and framing are made of laminated mahogany, and decking is made of red cedar with fiberglass overlay and non-skid paint. Interior is made from maple, hawthorn, Port Orford cedar and several kinds of mahogany. Cabin lights are LED and VDC wiring and is ABYC approved. Includes a solar battery charger for longer distance cruising. Cabin has lots of storage space, a port side galley and a starboard settee. Plenty of head space and is comfortable and cozy for cruising. Will sleep 3 with 2 quarter bunks and the settee. Open cockpit has tiller steering and bench seating. The Swallow has sailed throughout the entire Puget Sound area since 2005, including the San Juan Islands, the Canadian Gulf Islands, Nanaimo to Desolation Sound, and from Victoria to Banfield along the southwest side of Vancouver Island. She has taken us to so many beautiful places we would not have otherwise seen. She has been well maintained and has proven to be very seaworthy and reliable along the way. Some adventures have been a challenge for a vessel this size, but a standing joke with her owners is that she will take you anywhere you have the nerve to go! Surveys from both 2005 and 2017 available. Extensive equipment list.

Contact Kris at or 360.379.5807.


Length: 19′
Beam: 6′
Draft: 1′
Price: $2,800.00
Description: The elegance is in the simplicity! Designed around principles of accessibility, comfort, stability and handling, the Bolger Long Micro uses simple plywood and epoxy construction to achieve an ideal pocket cruiser. Tabernacle mast makes the boat easily trailerable to and from a launch site. Kept stored indoors for much of its life. Comes with sails, a galvanized single axle EZ Loader trailer and 4 stroke Honda outboard. The shoal draft and maneuverability of this vessel makes this a perfect gunking around in the islands kind of boat.

Contact Kris at or 360.379.5807.

Rhodes 19

Length: 19′
Beam: 7′
Draft: 3′
Price: $4,800.00
Description: Delightful classic lines and a pleasure to sail. Comes with 2 sets of sails, a single axle galvanized boat trailer and other upgraded accessories. Rigging and hull in great shape with a recent coat of topside paint and floor frame repairs. Great as a daysailer or even as a camping cruiser!

Contact Kris at or 360.379.5807.

MacSalt 26 – Matilda

Length: 26′
Beam: 9′
Draft: 2′
Price: $24,000.00

Contact Kris at or 360.379.5807.


Length: 11′
Beam: 6′
Draft: 8′
Price: $1,200.00
Description: Home built in Seattle in 1936, strip planked and later glassed over, the Snowbird was an Olympic Class racing vessel popular especially on the East Coast where her plans were available in the back of many maritime themed magazines. She comes equipped with all spars for a sliding gunter rig and oars as well as the original cotton canvas sails. The trailer goes too and has recently had the axle and bearings replaced.

Contact Kris at or 360.379.5807.

Ironman, Pacific 30

Length: 30′
Beam: 8′
Draft: 4′
Price: $3,000.00
Description: Ray Richards design, built by JD Marine, Victoria. Well built, encapsulated three quarter kneel, skeg hung rudder. Sleeps 5, lots of storage for long trips. Hull speed 6.5 knots. Bottom painted and out of water survey June 2010 reporting, good condition.

New 3 burner gimbaled propane stove with oven.
Horizon VHF radio, Depth sounder
Lowrance iFinder GPS with Navionics maps.
Captain Ben bulkhead compass
Manual and Electric bilge pumps
Dickerson bulkhead propane heater with two 20 lb propane tanks
ITT Par marine head, 25 gal. diverter to holding tank, or direct discharge
Two water tanks with cleanouts( 30 gals)
Two SS fuel tanks ( 65 litre)
Three anchors, BBQ, fire extinguishers, 2 safety ladders, Radar deflector
Aluminum mast with steps, radar reflector. Two main & jib halyards, 2 Anderson # 10 winches. Lietch & Mcbride fully battened main,135% Genoa, 125% jib, & storm jib.
Propane Barbeque

DC 12 volt system, 2 deep cycle batteries
Nautilus automatic 3 bank charger / AC 120 volt shore power

Contact Kris at or 360.379.5807.

Skunk Island Skiff, Lolita

Length: 11′
Beam: 4′
Price: $750.00
Description: Designed by local boatbuilder Kees Prins the Skunk Island Skiffs are 12-foot row boats that can be easily handled by a novice rower.

Contact Kris at or 360.379.5807.

Skunk Island Skiff, Pepe

Length: 11′
Beam: 4′
Price: $750.00
Description: Designed by local boatbuilder Kees Prins the Skunk Island Skiffs are 12-foot row boats that can be easily handled by a novice rower. Pepe was built by Prins in 2009.

Contact Kris at or 360.379.5807.


Length: 25′
Beam: 8′
Draft: 2.5′
Price: $10,000.00
Description: “CULLEN. ”25 ft. Crotch Island Pinky, cat-rigged sprit-sail ketch
Construction: Built in 1976 by the Apprenticeshop (Rockland, ME) Longleaf Yellow Pine on White Oak
Major rebuild 2010 by NorthBay Boatworks (Sausalito, CA) –Sister-framed ¾ of frames with white oak, replaced ½ of stern post with Bay Laurel, replaced 6 planks and 2 covering boards with Western Red Cedar, replaced 8 deck beams with Yellow Locust. Installed Alaskan Yellow Cedar and Douglas Fir interior ceiling planks. New Douglas Fir mizzen mast.
Inventory: Main sail and Mizzen sail (good condition), 2 sprits, main and mizzen masts, mizzen boom, stern hung rudder with tiller, center board, 4 single person Ash oars, all running rigging (2006), 400 ft. anchor line with a Danforth style anchor with approx. 20 ft. chain, battery operated running and anchor lights, full sunbrella boat cover (convertible for sleeping aboard), sunbrella tiller cover, sunbrella mizzen sail cover, pennant and pennant pole, various sail bags, 2 “buoy” style fenders, 2 cylinder fenders, manual bilge pump, rope ladder, miscellaneous hardware (fasteners, bolts, leather, canvas, paint, varnish, boat lumber, etc.) from restoration and maintenance. Approx. 500 lbs. of lead ingots for internal ballast. Galvanized, dual axle trailer (1988) trailer included.
Boat has been out of the water for the past 3 seasons. All paint and oil has been freshly applied. The bottom seams are prepped and ready to be payed.

Please feel free to contact us for more details and information! We would love to see Cullen go to a good home. Contact Philip at or 253.778.3841.