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.


Norseboat 17.5


Length: 17.5′
Beam: 5′
Draft: 3′
Price: $9,500
Description:
Are you the next enterprising team to enter an open boat in the R2AK? The Norseboat is billed as a go anywhere, do anything, adventure dory. Its classic lines along with its sailing and rowing performance round out this boat as an ideal camp-cruiser for someone who appreciates classic design.

The kit includes 2 pairs of oars, sailing rig with new main and gaff, an older jib on a Harken furler and a drifter. There is also a spray hood, bimini and the old gaff and main for good measure.
The trailer is an EZ Loader, with new oil-bath hubs and bearings, and LED lights.

More information here and here.

Sale of this boat will benefit programs of the Northwest Maritime Center!
Contact Kris at kris@nwmaritime.org or 360.379.5807.


“Second Wind”


Length: 26′
Beam: 5′
Draft: 4′
Price: $12,500
Description: Second Wind was built by some New Zealand shipwrights trying to start a company by copy a New Zealand fiberglass design in cold molded cyprus. It was built in 1984 and they did such a good job that they could not sell it for the time put into it. It appears to be the only Tracker 7.7 on the west coast. It sleeps 2 comfortably and up to four for a few days. It has an inboard Volvo single cylinder diesel engine with stainless steel fuel tank, marine head with holdong tank, freshwater tank, fully batten mainsail (two years old), performance genoa (two years old), cruising genoa, asymetric spinnaker, autopilot, gas stove and icebox. It sails very well and can handle strong winds with main up only. Fin keel ballast with 2,000 lbs of lead. Hull was painted two years ago with two-part paint. Hull still looks new after 34 years. Great small cruising or racing boat for the Salish Sea.

Please contact dwightandjoannicholson@olympus.net or (360) 379-4016 if interested.


“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: $24,900.00
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.Sale of this boat will benefit programs of the Northwest Maritime Center!
Contact Kris at kris@nwmaritime.org or 360.379.5807.