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.


“Lille Danser” Gaff Rigged Cutter


Length: 50′
Beam: 12′
Draft: 6.5′
Year: 1976
Price: $50,000
Description: Charter Business, Lille Danser LLC in Poulsbo Washington is for sale in 2018. Lille Danser LLC is a 50′ gaff rigged cutter built in 1976 as a replica of a Danish revenue cutter circa 1890’s. She’s a WB Crealock original. My family has owned the vessel since 1984. She is a working sail charter in the sweet waterfront community of Poulsbo Washington. Her hull is stripped plank mahogany. I am captain and owner. From 1976-1984 she sailed with her builder John Freiburg in southern California. From 1984-2007 she sailed in Baja Mexico, Moss Landing and San Francisco with her owner, my dad, Robert Allen. A woman owned business since 2007 she’s been in the northwest as a sailing charter and I have loved doing local sailing charters. She is well established with high searchability on the internet. She is an LLC as a sailing charter business in the state of Washington. She weighs15 tons. A six-pack or 25 ton license is plenty to get started. She is an un-inspected vessel so your passenger limit is 6. She can sleep five for longer charters. Take a look at her reviews. $50,000 for vessel and limited liability corporation. View the facebook page or our Airbnb page. Feel free to share/repost/link.

Contact Tami at capntami@gmail.com or 206.855.4108.


“Moondance” Cape George 36


Length: 36′
Beam: 10’6″
Draft: 6′
Year: 1975
Price: $33,000.00
Description: Moondance is one of the earliest Cape George Cutters built by Cecil Lang and the crew at Cape George Marine Works in Port Townsend, WA. Designed and built for local or around the world offshore cruising, the CG36 has a broad following and are still custom built today. This model is sought after for it’s traditional lines. Her high bulwarks, broad decks, spacious cockpit and wineglass transom, all desirable traits. The interior features a comfortable Salon showcasing teak and fine craftsmanship. The spacious Galley and a large u-shaped settee function well at sea, and can easily accommodate 6 hungry crew.  Forward is the Master Stateroom with double berth and ample storage with head with shower. Rarely is a Cape George available in this price range.

Contact Kris at kris@nwmaritime.org or 360.379.5807.


Etchells  #288



Length: 36′
Beam: 8’5″
Draft: 4’5″
Year: 1980
Price: $6,000.00
Description: Ready to race. Includes 2 main sails, 3 light air sails, and 3 head sails, boat cover, spin pole, trailer. According to its original owner, her rig makes her one of the fastest in the fleet. She remains competitive in Pacific Coast Championship regattas.

Price for negotiable and considering offers. Contact Kris at kris@nwmaritime.org or 360.379.5807.


“Orion” Kettenburg PC32


Length: 32′
Beam: 6’8″
Draft: 4’6″
Year: 1948
Price: $32,900.00
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.Contact Kris at kris@nwmaritime.org or 360.379.5807.

Swallow



Length: 29′
Beam: 7′
Draft: 5′
Price: $28,000.00
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 kris@nwmaritime.org 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 kris@nwmaritime.org or 360.379.5807.


PT 15



Length: 15′
Beam: 5′
Description: Launched in 2006 and built by the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding in Port Hadlock, the PT15 is light, fast and able in the hands of experienced sailor. Designed and executed by a collaborative crew of local talent, the PT15 planes quickly and excels in light to moderate airs, performing competitively with other composite one design racers, but using more sustainable construction techniques. With 4 hulls available, 2 ready to sail, match racing in the bay is an appealing opportunity.
Price: $2,500

Contact Kris at kris@nwmaritime.org 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. Boat is in good condition. Engine will need to be rebuilt or replaced. Price listed is for sale without engine. 

Equipment:
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

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

Contact Kris at kris@nwmaritime.org 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 kris@nwmaritime.org 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 kris@nwmaritime.org or 360.379.5807.


Shearwater

Length: 25′
Beam: 7.25′
Draft: 1.5′
Price: $85,000
Description: SHEARWATER is a high-efficiency light weight cabin cruiser designed by Bieker Boats in Seattle, launched in 2006. The boat carries a 60-hp Yamaha outboard and weighs a little over 2,000 lbs (907 kg) wet. The hull bottom is okume and sapele plywood and the topsides are 14mm red cedar strip planking. The deck, house and internal structure is foam-cored vacuum bagged carbon composite. The composite parts and hull sheathing is post-cured Pro-Set epoxy. The fine entry and high flared bow make for no pounding and a very comfortable ride even in lumpy chop. Top speed is 20 knots, and she cruises very efficiently at 13 knots. Fuel consumption at 13 knots is just over 2g/h (7.6 liters/hr). There is a floodable ballast tank for easier docking and a more comfortable ride at anchor. The cockpit is self-draining and water tight, and the transom is low for easy beach and water access. The cabin is a simple V-berth with lockers and a porta-potti. An LPG stove and fresh water pump are located in the helm seat boxes. Yellow cedar cockpit gratings and a convertible carbon cockpit table make life in the cockpit delightful for meals or sleeping. A light-weight Jester sailing dinghy sits inverted in chocks over the outboard while underway. Shearwater has been a beloved family cruiser for the past decade, regularly travelling over 600 nm per year from Seattle to Desolation Sound and back. Includes winter cover, dodger, camper top, side curtains and trailer with new bearings and brakes.

More information at biekerboats.com/project/shearwater/

Email eejolley@gmail.com or call 206.851.7593


1932 Gaff Yawl, S/V Aeolus



Length: 32′
Beam: 9′
Draft: 6′
Price: $22,000
Description: Leigh Coolidge design. Stoutly built classic. Available late summer 2018. Serious inquiries/able to visit only. Recent haul. Available to view. Jensen motor boat lake union early 11/2017. Visits welcome. Berthed at Harbor Island, Seattle. Aeolus Coolidge Sail Plan. Aeolus Equipment List.

Email beaufaitslayton@gmail.com or call 206.755.0187


Manawa Nui


Length: 54′
Beam: 13′
Draft: 5.5′
Description: Massively built and exceptionally well found. Her graceful, double-ended hull was designed to ease through the waves, while her shallow draft is ideal for dallying in secret coves. The pilothouse saloon is your personal nautical living room. Its doors to port and starboard provide a refreshing airflow, and the opening windows – appointed with Venetian blinds for privacy – allow 360-degree views.

In 1941, the elegant yacht Manawa Nui was commissioned by a New Zealand lumber baron to be created from the finest materials, including prized kauri pine. On assignment with the U.S. Navy during World War II, she served as a submarine patrol vessel and carried secret agents to their Pacific posts. Admiral “Bull” Halsey sailed her as his personal yacht and Eleanor Roosevelt was a guest on board.

Air-conditioned throughout, Manawa Nui accommodates four guests in two extremely comfortable cabins. The Master Cabin is fitted with a large double bed while the forward cabin has two oversized twin berths. Both cabins offer the privacy of their own ensuite heads with showers. The safe, uncluttered decks provide a variety of seating and lounging arrangements. The foredeck settee, unusual on a sailing vessel of this size, is a particularly lovely spot to relax. Manawa Nui was the winner of 1999 Concours d’Elegance, racing at Antigua Classic Regatta
Price: $125,000

Email wswf88@aol.com or call 203.807.1191.


Sid Skiff



Length: 13′
Description: Built by the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding class of 2016, this classic Puget Sound small craft was developed by Ray Speck, NWSWB Instructor Emeritus, and is a great boat for rowing and sailing.
Includes a pair of custom-made oars, sailing rig and sail.
Price: $12,000

Contact the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding at boatsales@nwswb.edu or 360.385.4948.


Whitehall Rowing Boat



Length: 14′
Description: Built by the class of 2016, this 14′ boat is a replica based off a San Francisco Dolphin Club Whitehall and constructed from Alaskan yellow cedar, oak, and sapele. An amazing rowing boat with a sliding seat, Whitehalls were first made in the U.S. at the foot of Whitehall St. in New York City where they were used to ferry goods and sailors from boats coming into New York Harbor.
Includes a pair of custom-made oars and oarlocks.
Boat is located in the Wooden Boat Chandlery at the NW Maritime Center.
Price: $16,500

Contact the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding at boatsales@nwswb.edu or 360.385.4948.


Nordic Folkboat



Length: 25′
Beam: 7′
Draft: 3′
Description: The Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding (NWSWB) is proud to offer a beautiful traditionally built wooden Folkboat, built to class standards. Started by the Traditional Large Craft class of 2016 and currently under construction by the class of 2017 under the guidance of instructor Jody Boyle, the hull and keel is built with Purple Heart, white oak, and Douglas fir using lapstrake construction. Paint and finishing will be chosen by owners. The vessel will be finished to sail ready condition with basic systems and interior to meet all requirements for immediate sailing. Sail and rig components per standard design plan are included and any additional equipment can be added individually by the owner(s) (not included in purchase price.)
Year Built: 2017
Price: $45,000

Contact the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding at boatsales@nwswb.edu or 360.385.4948.


Herreschoff Pram



Length: 10′
Description: L. Herreshoff designed this pram to row, stow, and tow well. Remarkably easy to row and because of the bow transom, these boats have a greater carrying capacity for their length than a stem fitted tender. Includes a pair of custom-made oars and oarlocks.
Construction: Western Red Cedar, Yellow Red Cedar, Sapele, and Oak
Location: On display at Captain’s Supplies, 1120 NW Ballard Way, Seattle, WA 98107
Price: $5,950

Contact the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding at boatsales@nwswb.edu or 360.385.4948.


Baby Lou Skiff – “Thin Lizzy”



Length: 12′
Description: Boat designer William Atkin loved the simple beauty and utility of flat-bottomed skiffs. Many different skiff designs came from his drafting table including Baby Lou, a little 10-footer that was inspired by working boats Atkin had first seen in the late 1800s on Lower New York Bay.
NWSWB has stretched the original design to 12 feet, with slightly more beam. The Baby Lou is lapstrake-planked in Alaska Yellow Cedar with Western Red Cedar thwarts and bottom, copper-riveted planks and Mahogany for the gunwales, inwales and transom. They are beautiful, easily-driven skiffs that would be great for lake fishing, or as a skiff aboard a larger cruising boat. Light enough for two people to carry to the water’s edge and can be transported in the back of a pickup truck.
Price: $3,000

Contact the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding at boatsales@nwswb.edu or 360.385.4948.