Below you’ll find a list of sailboats, powerboats, rowboats, kayaks, and other boats for sale by owner or from the Northwest Maritime Center. We regularly list boats for sale on the Olympic Peninsula, Seattle and the greater Puget Sound. Do you want to reach more people with your boat for sale? We’re happy to list your boat for a nominal quarterly fee.

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Hillyard 12-ton Masthead Sloop “Serenity”


Length: 36′
Beam: 9′
Draft: 6′
Year: 1965
Price: $17,000
Description:

Hillyard 12 ton Masthead Sloop
Designer: David Hillyard
Builder: Hillyards Ltd, Littlehampton, West Sussex, England
Location: Friday Harbor, WA, USA

Full Specifications
The 12 ton Hillyard was designed and built by David Hillyard at his yard in Littlehampton, one of many yachts built to similar designs of various lengths and sizes. This boat was built in 1965 and is one of the mid range yachts. She is a smart and well cared for boat, capable of extended cruising if necessary but very easily managed by one person for a gentle evening sail around the bay.

Serenity was hauled out in early June 2020 for new bottom paint. The metal fastenings of the shoe and rudder brackets have experienced electrolysis and need full replacement. We had a surveyor do a full valuation survey. His letter of valuation is available upon request. She is fully capable as she currently sits, however she needs these repairs to support extensive cruising in the future.

Construction
Mahogany carvel planking on oak frames with copper rivet fastenings.
Cast iron ballast full keel with galvanized keel bolts.
Mahogany coachroof coamings and bronze port holes.
Deep center cockpit with mahogany coamings.
Mahogany interior with oak floors

Rig
Masthead sloop rig on deck stepped hollow mast with aluminum spars.
Stainless steel standing rigging.
External galvanized chain plates.
Mainsail and roller furling genoa in good condition.

Anchoring and Mooring Equipment
35lb plow anchor
20lb danforth anchor
Manual windlass
Fenders

Tanks
Fresh water capacity 50 gal in a galvanized steel tank in the port cockpit locker.
Fuel capacity 50 gal in steel tank in the starboard cockpit locker.

Machinery
Yanmar 4JH2-TE 46hp diesel with approximately 3345 engine hours.
Centerline 3 blade fixed propeller gives 4 knots cruising speed.

Electrical
2 x 12v batteries on 12v circuits (batteries located in the engine compartment for ease of access)
1500W inverter
Shore power

Electronics
Depthsounder
GPS chart plotter
Radar
VHF radio

Accommodations
5 berths in 2 sleeping cabins and the saloon.
Bright and airy interior with comfortable seating and berths all in tidy condition.
Access to the aft cabin from the cockpit which has a comfortable single berth, also can be set up as two singles or a double berth. Head compartment located in the aft cabin, with marine head (overboard only) and stainless steel sink. Additional port-a-potty included.
Main saloon with full standing headroom, full length settee saloon berths and a large drop leaf table.
Galley in aft starboard corner with Dickinson Bristol Diesel Cookstove, stainless sink and storage.
Chart desk to port with mini fridge installed underneath.
Lockers behind and below settees.
Locker/shelves over forward ends of settee berths
Doorway through the bulkhead going forward into the forward cabin with large V berth, also can be set up as two singles.
Large hanging locker to port.
Separate varnished mahogany fore hatch.

Contact adamsmind@mac.com or (503) 432-3830.


Admiral Rowing/Sailing Skiff


Length: 12′
Beam: 4.5′
Year: 1981
Price: $1,900
Description: Rowing/sailing skiff

Built in Port Townsend around 1981, this rowing and sailing beauty of lapstrake construction was sold as an “Admiralty Bay Skiff”, one of eight I understand, done in cedar on oak at the NW School of Wooden Boatbuilding. Comes with 56 s.f. sail by Hasse, spars, oars, daggerboard and good trailer by EZLoader.

Boat can be seen in Spokane. Please address inquiries to Doug (owner) at 509.981.5161.


Kloshie Bay Trawler Yacht


Length: 32′
Beam: 11′
Draft: 5′
Year: 1986
Price: $65,000
Description: Professionally built on Vancouver Island in 1986, Kloshie Bay was the personal boat for the founding family of a tugboat and timber company. She is heavily built in oak and fir, modeled after North Sea fishing boats and West Coast workboats. Her custom design reflects the workmanlike attitudes of her owners in terms of durability and ease of maintenance to her systems.

Fine joinery and attention to detail throughout—like the oak paneling and live edge maple burl table with wraparound setee— balance the workboat styling.The art and craftsmanship that went into Kloshie Bay is evident at every turn. Rounding out this west coast build is the woods in her construction: Doug Fir, Red Cedar, Oak, Cypress, and Cherry.

Her systems make her comfortable and capable as a long distance cruising boat with refrigeration and freezer, diesel stove, water heater, inverter, electronics suite, large tanks for a 1000nm range at 7kts, plenty of storage and a fully accessible engine room. Fiat engine has 400 hours on it.

Lease option available to the right individual or group.

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


Bayliner 3270 Cabin Cruiser


Length: 32′
Beam: 11.5′
Draft: 3′
Year: 1987
Price: $18,500
Description: Panope is a Bayliner 32 with lots of interior space and a comfortable lay out for both cruising or living aboard. She has well maintained, twin Hino diesel engines, and along with the usual features of a Bayliner, she has fresh bottom paint and new zincs, and new battery switches.

Certainly an older boat will always need upgrades and repairs, but Panope has a history of being taken care of.

V-berth forward, adjacent to the galley with gas stove and 110 fridge. Across the companionway is a head with sink, shower, and toilet. The raised saloon contains a large settee and table for seating as well as the interior helm station. Large windows all around let in plenty of light.

Ladder aft leads down to a small cabin with its own basin and a large double berth. The aft deck is spacious with a bar sink and ladder leading up to the fly bridge and excellent access to the engines, batteries and kohler generator. On the bridge you’ll find another seating area and 2nd steering station.

Panope is currently hauled out in Port Townsend and available for viewing, inspection or survey.

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


Cal 2-29 Cruising Sloop


Length: 29′
Beam: 9.25′
Draft 4.5′
Year: 1976
Price: $16,900
Description: The Cal 2-29 is a cruising sloop which is both comfortable and stable while still being relatively quick. The 2-29 has many of the features of the Cal-29 but with upgrades to make her more comfortable for cruises and extended voyages, even living aboard. Her interior layout is simple, spacious and low maintenance. Her hull with fin keel and spade rudder is in excellent shape, no blisters. Standing and running rigging in good shape with chain plates easily inspected from inside. Currently stored on land at SEA Marine in Port Townsend and available for viewing.

Includes:
Pressurized water
Wallas diesel stove and heater
V berth, two quarter berths and convertible settee.
30amp power system with house and starting batteries with charger
16hp Farymann diesel inboard
Pedestal steering with Autohelm
Simpson Lawrence manual winch and Bruce anchor
Selden Furlex Roller furling jib as well as the original hanked on jib and stay
Light air headsail and reaching pole
Lectrasan head
Bimini frame and boom tent
Mast step –the achilles heal of Cals– has been replaced in stainless

Survey available from 2014.

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


Dark Harbor Classic Racing Sloop


Length: 20′
Beam: 5.5′
Year: 1997
Price: $6,500
Description: Built in 1997 in Port Angeles, Minx was constructed along the lines of a Dark Harbor 12-1/2, using old growth cedar strip planking over steamed white oak frames. The quality of her materials and the addition of bronze hardware throughout makes her a rare find.

Minx is both fast and stable with thoroughly classic lines. She is currently looking for a good new home and caretaker for the next phase of her life, and plenty of days out on the water.

Comes with spars, main and jib, standing and running rigging, and a custom built dual axle trailer.

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


Kingfisher Rowing Shell


Length: 22′
Year: 2006
Price: $2,200
Description: Lightweight stitch and glue construction with cloth deck and overall sleek design.

Plans by Graeme King, who’s designs are still available through the Wooden Boat Store. The build quality here is excellent, and coming all the way from Montana is looking to be introduced to the salt water!

Comes with sliding seat and outriggers.
Needs oars.

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