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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Hakoom


Length: 24′
Beam: 8′
Draft: 5′
Price: $52,000
Description:

Lyle Hess 24′-6″ On Deck Cutter. Constructed by a shipwright in Seattle of the finest material and launched in 1986. This vessel differs slightly from stock design in that the mast is 20″ taller and the chain plates are inboard, both features which improve her sailing abilities. She is both an excellent pocket cruiser and a fun Port Townsend racing boat. She does quite well when the crew pays attention and is always a joy to sail. For cruising, she has amenities such as a small wood stove, a small galley, two pilot berths, and a spacious forward V berth. Porta-potty for environmental compliance and a bucket for lesser evils (in true Pardey tradition, simplicity).

We have cared for Hakoom for 15 years and she is in top condition. During this period we have installed a Yanmar 2YM15, starting and house batteries totaling approximately 300 AHs, and full electrical panel and distribution. We have also installed a Raymarine tiller pilot, Icom VHF with a separate cockpit station, a vintage Furuno SSB, and a turner with backstay insulators and a ground plane. Tankage is 13 gallons of diesel and 40 liters of fresh water.

During the recent haul-out, we had the 3-bladed Maxprop, cutless bearing, PMI shaft seal, and flexible coupling refurbished at the shop. The exhaust riser elbow was replaced. The bottom was prepared and given three coats of semi-ablative paint and the rudder head and boot stripe were refinished. The mast is freshly varnished, and the house is also freshly redone.

Full ground tackle in a bag for anchoring (Bruce, 25’chain, 150′ three-strand nylon for easy handling and great holding power). Larger Bruce in the bilge with 40′ of heavy chain and 200′ of yacht braid in forepeak for more interesting or imaginary occasions.

All primary sails are North as follows: Very serviceable main, lightly used Code 0 (2007), #1, #2 several years old and a serviceable #3 origin unmarked . Stay’sl and storm stay’sl are not used much (storm stay’sl is 1985 Shattauer.

Hakoom is worthy of attention and care and is a great small cruiser. She has great pedigree and construction and will continue to be enjoyed and sailed for years to come.

For more information, contact cwyounker@gmail.com


Mary Alice


Sale Pending
Length: 36′
Beam: 9′
Draft: 4′
Price: $8,000
Description:

Designed and built as Miss Prim in 1948 by Dick Hershey, who worked at the Kettenburg yard in San Diego (it is a Hershey boat, not a Kettenburg). The hull is similar to a Herreshoff 28′, but the rigging is quite different, with its 6-foot bow sprit. 28 feet on deck, 36 feet overall, cypress planking on oak. Marconi mainsail, gaff-rigged foresail, large self-bailing cockpit, canopy with detachable vinyl side curtains, decks glassed over plywood (originally canvas), iron fasteners, lead ballast keel, port-a-potty, wood-burning stove for heat.
Volvo marine diesel, MD-2; VHF radio with handheld portable auxiliary unit.
The boat is not in perfect condition: the topsides are due to be painted, minor repairs and maintenance projects need attention at some point, but the hull is sound, the engine runs reliably, and all sails and rigging are in working order. I have maintained it consistently and hauled it annually for painting, rebuilt a lot of the interior with good material.
I have owned the boat for ten years and lived aboard for seven. With its low aspect traditional profile, the interior space is small, but it worked for me when I was working within walking distance of the marina where I keep it. I have also been told that someone lived aboard it in Victoria for several years. It had been sailed to there from San Diego, not something I’d attempt at its age (or mine!).
The ideal owner would want to continue to improve its condition, as I did.

For more information, contact j.arnett@comcast.net


Kathy’O


Length: 32′
Beam: 12′
Draft: 4′
Price: $27,000
Description:

1967 32′ Grand Banks Classic. Single 120hp diesel with Bow Thruster. Always kept in a boat house or covered slip. Presently moored in Kingston covered slip. This boat is very clean and well maintained. We have cruised her every season to San Juan Islands and local destinations. Appraised value $34,000. The bottom paint was inspected this week and is in good condition. Ready to Cruise Now!

For more information, contact GrandBanks32Kingston@gmail.com


Tenderly Dinghy


Length: 10′
Beam: 4.3′
Draft: 1′
Price: $3,000
Description:

Tenderly Dinghy, made from Chesapeake Light Craft kit. Carefully well made, over 18 months. Rows beautifully.

For more information, contact bruce.mac@outlook.com


Basken


Length: 23′
Beam: 5.5′
Draft: 3.3′
Price: $9,175
Description:

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



Isabel


Length: 13′
Beam: 5′
Draft: 2′
Year: 1948
Price: $8,900
Description:

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 demerick48@gmail.com or (360) 376-2915.


Ondule


Length: 50′
Beam: 14.2′
Draft: 7.7′
Year: 1966
Price: $25,000
Description:

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 thorenleer@gmail.com or (253) 202-7425.


Arrow USA 11


Length: 29′
Beam: 7′
Draft: 4′
Year: 1951
Price: $20,000
Description:

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.

Upgrades:
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
New cockpit
New traveler

Location: Spokane, WA

For more information, contact dananni@comcast.net or (509) 953-8143.


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