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.


1960 Meadow Lark, Chesapeake Sharpie “Stranger”


Length: 33′
Beam: 8′
Draft: 1′
Year Built: 1960
Price: $4,900
Description:

MEADOW LARK, CHESAPEAKE SHARPIE 1960
HISTORICALLY SIGNIFICANT, HERRESHOFF WOODEN KETCH
DESIGNED AND BUILT by L. FRANCIS HERRESHOFF, son of Captain N.L. Herreshoff.
Gaff Rig leeboard ketch with custom triple axle trailer.

Built with long leaf, one piece yellow pine 2x6x 35 ft and white cedar on white oak frame.
Original spars, fittings, sails, 35 lb anchor with line. Inboard engine taken out: easy to install new one.

Beautiful interior with compact galley ready to build out: brass interior hardware. engine space, working sails,
Restoration started. Ready to complete.. Very clean inside and out. Kept covered on custom trailer.

Owner loves the boat. Just has not had the time to devote to completing her restoration. He is looking for someone to bring her back to her her original self. More pictures upon request.

Call (541) 942-8045 or email happyfleetboatyard@gmail.com.


48′ Eldredge-McInnis Classic Schooner “Elizabeth Muir”


Length: 48′
Beam: 12′
Draft: 7′
Year Built: 1991
Price: $195,000
Description: There are very few sailing yachts of this caliber and even fewer opportunities to own such a masterpiece. ELIZABETH MUIR is like a rare family heirloom and is truly a one of a kind yacht that will be admired for as long as she is afloat.

Stradivarius. Steinway. Lamberdin. Linderman. Four names that represent in every manner, the true meaning of the word quality. Beyond the craftsmanship these names also embody longevity. While the first two names are more easily recognized than the latter, all were acknowledged as the leaders in their profession, second to none.

Every great yacht starts with a vision and this vessel certainly qualifies as a great yacht. In fact, Wooden Boat Magazine called this yacht “a masterpiece of careful craftsmanship and meticulous detailing”. The owner who envisioned this yacht was more than just her owner, but was also her builder, Babe Lamberdin. Time to complete the project was of importance but not at the expense of quality. Babe enlisted the help of his friends and fellow craftsmen, such as John Linderman. The attention to detail which was devoted into her construction, not for the sake of being ornate but with a focus on practicality, is evident throughout the yacht. As one sits quietly below deck you can’t help but to become more appreciative of the sum of these details, all very simple and in harmony with each other.

ELIZABETH MUIR follows the lines of the “Eastward” schooners, designed by Eldridge-McInnis, a well-respected naval architectural firm based in Boston. In the March 1930 edition of YACHTING MAGAZINE owners were quoted saying; “Of the 10 yachts I have owned, this is certainly the best mannered”. Another owner said, “Hove-to, 45 hours in a gale, sailed 125 miles, blowing 50 miles an hour, the best sea boat I’ve ever stepped on.”

More information here. Call (415) 595-5373 or email nick@citysf.com.


1949 Chris Craft U-22 Sportsman


Length: 22′
Beam: 7′
Draft: 16′
Price: $49,500
Description: 1949 Chris Craft U-22 Sportsman – A new 5200 bottom was put on in the winter of 2018-19. Also, the outside hull has been sanded and refinished with 5 coats of varnish. Completely rewired and the gauges have been restored by Kocian Intruments. Owner had the motor rebuilt with only one hour on the motor. Please call for more information.

Call 314.800.4988 or email jwrex13@gmail.com.


Opah


Length: 47′
Beam: 14′
Draft: 4.5′
Year Built: 1944
Price: $19,000
Description: Opah started life as a Naval Picket boat, guarding Los Angeles during WWII. Later she became a captain’s gig, shuttling dignitaries to and from the larger ships, and her most recent incarnation turning her into a pleasure craft. Cruising the waters between Puget Sound and Southeast Alaska, Opah has proven both comfortable and seaworthy.

Hull is in good condition. Her interior, with a large galley, two staterooms, head and a shower would make a comfortable liveaboard for a couple or young family right now as is. With some work, she will once again be a cruising boat for the inside passage or points south.

Her large sitting room/pilothouse with her large aft deck and fly bridge mean there is plenty of room to spread out or entertain.

All the mechanicals and systems are sound, though her engines are original Graymarine 165hp–the current owner having put about 2000hours on the 25years that he’s been her steward. Opah definitely needs some love, but she is a worthy investment and a project worth pursuing. Survey available from 2013.

Sale of this boat will benefit programs of the Northwest Maritime Center!
Contact Kris at kris@nwmaritime.org or 360.503.8874.


Chesapeake Light Craft Cape Charles 17 Kayak



Length: 17′
Beam: 24′
Price: $1,200
Description: (Pictured on top) Known as ‘The best boats you can build,’ this boat is already built for you and in ‘like new’ condition.

Sale of this boat will benefit programs of the Northwest Maritime Center!
Contact Kris at kris@nwmaritime.org or 360.503.8874.


Moresby III


Length: 55′
Beam: 14′
Draft: 6′
Price: $29,900
Description: A work boat with a long heritage, now converted to a comfortable liveaboard and cruising boat. Moresby III maintains her workboat character while adapting to her new calling with all the comforts of home.

Extensive work done to ensure she remains well found. Looking for the people who will be her stewards for the next phase of her life.

Owners are letting Moresby go at an amazing discount when compared to her value knowing that it will take a true wooden workboat boat lover who understands and appreciates the work and commitment involved here.

Survey available from 2013.

Sale of this boat will benefit programs of the Northwest Maritime Center!
Contact Kris at kris@nwmaritime.org or 360.503.8874.


“Flygburen”


Length: 27′
Beam: 6.5′
Draft: 4.3′
Price: $29,000
Description: This is 27 feet of history, class and beauty. Simple to sail. Easy to maintain. Designed to stand up to the rigors of the North Sea and built to glide through the hidden wonders of the Salish Sea.

The stunning lines of this Knud Reimers-designed classic become even more enchanting when you realize that she has the soul of all-wood construction married to the ease of fiberglass. Both the hull and house roof are cold molded in western red cedar while the decks are marine ply.. The cockpit, cabin sides and toe-rail are gleaming Honduran mahogany. She is royally adorned with custom bronze hardware and dressed in new sails, hand finished in Port Townsend. Her rigging and roller-furling is new, as is her electrical system, LED lighting, cushions, canvas covers, sheets and halyards. Even her gleaming stainless steel anchor is brand, spanking new. In fact, the only thing old on this boat is her soul.

The simple elegance and warmth of her mahogany interior is an inviting retreat. She has an alcohol stove and comfortable berths for two in the main cabin and two more forward.

She is powered by your choice of a Torqeedo electric motor, or for longer stints, a Tohatsu Sail Pro outboard.

Please contact Mark if you are interested. Call or text 206-852-2278


“Orion” Kettenburg PC32


Length: 32′
Beam: 6’8″
Draft: 4’6″
Year: 1948
Price: $15,900
Description: Launched in San Diego in 1948, Orion -#68- underwent a large restoration by Baird Boat Works of Port Townsend WA in 2006. Orion is as competitive today as she was 60 years ago. Mahogany planks–some new, over steamed oak frames–all sistered. Updated rigging with Schaefer and Harken blocks. Lots of bronze hardware and varnish. Very minimal systems, but she makes up for it with volumes of class. Needs paint and varnish and a new halyard to be out racing again. Sailing in its purest distilled form.Sale of this boat will benefit programs of the Northwest Maritime Center!
Contact Kris at kris@nwmaritime.org or 360.503.8874.