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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Basken is one of a couple of the last known of the fleet of Knarr Kutters (sister ship of the IRC Knarr 30) that resided on Lake Washington in Seattle at the “Cozy Cove Yacht Club”. Original design by Erling Kristoffersen and built at the Grimsoykilens and Risor boat works in Norway in 1960-61 and shipped along with eight others to Seattle in the 70s. The fleet was very active from the ’70s to the ’90s.
She underwent an extensive renovation and refit and was relaunched in Friday Harbor, WA in 2017. The hull is constructed on Douglas Fir and the frame on White Oak. New spars were built of Sitka Spruce.
After being in the water for a few years she needs new bottom painting, some touchup paint on the hull, and revarnishing of the brightwork. Comes with two sets of sails and a trailer.
For more information, contact Colqua@yahoo.com
In 1955 Chris Craft manufactured only forty-four boats of this Commodore class 42 model. The vessel is number # 10 which was registered with USCG in 1955 as the M/V Mercedes. It is believed to be 1 of 3 left in existence. In 1955 the Mercedes was delivered to Seattle, where she has been moored her entire life. Purchased from The first family around 1976 and owned by the same family ever since.
The boat has been freshwater stored its entire existence and kept inside a boathouse safe from the elements. Repowered with Perkins Diesels (1900 hours). She exudes class and style, from the decks to the fasteners, to the hull, right down to the vintage refrigerator, sparing no expense in keeping this boat pristine through the years.
The boathouse is also for sale. The buyer of the M/V Mercedes gets the first right of refusal to purchase the boathouse under a separate agreement. The boathouse is located in the Ballard area of Seattle by the locks. Long term moorage lease is also available for the boathouse.
Survey just completed with haul outperformed 4/2021 with new bottom paint.
For more information, contact email@example.com or (206) 284-0200
Isabel is a 1948, 13’ Lyman runabout in excellent condition. Current outboard is a new 15 HP Evinrude. A second outboard, a 1956 30 HP Big Twin Evinrude with an electric start, is also available. Includes heavy-duty trailer and full cover.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (360) 376-2915.
1966 Classic 50ft Stephens wood hull – perfect for restoration
Twin Detroit diesel engines in running condition
Equipment and systems are all functional
Hull has some maintenance but may need work
Currently moored at Oyster Cove Marina, South SanFrancisco
For more information, contact email@example.com or (253) 202-7425.
Arrow USA 11
Arrow USA 11
Designer: Johan Anker
Built: 1951 by Roland
Condition: Very Good, with most original hardware and newer teak decks. Arrow has been well up-graded and cared for by it’s past three owners.
Comprehensive restoration done in 2006 by Peter Christensen.
Floors, mast step, dead wood replaced, much of the planking below the waterline replaced and all new and existing planking refastened.
New Triad Trailer 2014 $6,000
New mainsail, Schattauer Sails $3,000, North Sails Jib 120% (+ -) with roller furling, spinnaker with pole and rigging. All in good working order.
New full cover 2011 $2,000
New summer cover 2013 $1,100
Very nice custom aluminum outboard transom mount
Location: Spokane, WA
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (509) 953-8143.