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.
“Tally Ho” 39′ wooden Grandy Sport Fisherman
Description: Built in 1968 by R & H Marine, this 39 foot wooden Grandy Sport Fisherman is powered by a caterpillar 3306. Electronics include Furuno auto pilot, JRC radar, Icom VHF, 2 GPS’s, AM radio and a Zodiac 20 person life raft. Certified for 18 passengers and 2 crew. Currently moored in Westport, WA, float 6. Would also make a great cruiser on Puget Sound.
Please contact email@example.com or (360) 923-9259 if interested.
Description: A one-off design commission by John Alden, the Cutter “Iris” was built at the renowned Stone Boat Yard in Alameda Ca. in 1934. The owner, who had his own lumber mill in Oregon, supplied all the beautiful clear Port Orford Cedar for her construction. She was built as a gift to his daughter Iris. She is beautiful, excellently maintained, and an absolute joy to sail and be aboard. Stout, sea kindly, and fast, she has cruised the West Coast, from California to Alaska, and throughout the San Juan Islands and the Salish Sea. Blessed with meticulous care throughout her life, she recently underwent an extensive refit in the spring of 2016 and details can be provided on request.
– Displacement 19,5000lbs
– Ballast 5,500lbs
– 30 gallons fresh water
– Port Orford Cedar hull and decks, oak frames, spruce masts and spars.
– Auxiliary engine, Yanmar 28 hp
– Berths for 4, galley with diesel stove, nav station with GPS, radar, VHF.
– Traditionally rigged- sets 3 sails
Looking forward to passing stewardship onto the next appreciating owner. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (360) 298-4007 if interested.
Chesapeake Light Craft
Description: Like new Chesapeake Light Craft, Northeaster Dory. New oars, three rowing stations, new custom fit all weather cover with best grade Finnish fabric, sliding seat rowing frame and a trailer. Professionally made as fund raiser for Seattle Wooden boat Center.
Contact (406) 431-0506 or email@example.com.
“Dirigo II” 1939 John Alden Gaff Rigged Tops’il Schooner
Description: The DIRIGO II is a 1939 John Alden Gaff Rigged Tops’il Schooner built by the renowned Hodgkins Bros yard, East Booth Bay, Maine. The design specifications were specifically for circumnavigation and ocean voyaging. She has undergone two major structural refits and is in beautiful condition. DIRIGO II is a stout and fast pedigreed voyager and can hold her own with the best of them. She sleeps 12 in 5 cabins and has a very traditional comfortable layout below decks. She is traditionally rigged, easy to sail and well equipped with new electronics and auto pilot. She has a full inventory of sails in excellent condition. DIRIGO II has gone around the World, entered and won races ( Great America Schooner Cup Overall Winner 2015 ). She set sail from the Salish Sea/San Juan Island in Oct 2017 for her second voyage down the west coast of North America to the Sea of Cortez, Baja California where she is presently berthed in Puerto Escondido.
If you are looking for a safe and seaworthy small ship to cruise, voyage and explore with your family & friends, the DIRIGO II would be a very good choice.
She is ready to set sail for a NEW location and a NEW owner/steward.
Current owner is also willing to assist & deliver as required.
The Owner will be attending the Wooden Boat festival 2018, with two other boats that he owns and are for sail. He would be very happy to meet and answer any questions you might have.
Contact (360) 298-4007 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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
“Odyssey” 1989 Newport 30 Mark III
Description: Odyssey, a Newport 30 Mark III, 1989 was designed by Gary Mull and has proven to be one of the best designed 30 foot sailboats in its class with great versatility, spacious cabin with 6 ft. plus headroom, six full sized berths with V-berth for the six footer, fridge in the galley and 21 hp diesel, too many upgrades to list. Completely enclosed cockpit with see-thru enclosures/glass windshield wiper for year round sailing.
Contact Ed at 425-245-3624 or email@example.com.
“S/V Aeolus” 1932 Gaff Yawl
Description: 1932 Gaff Yawl s/v Aeolus – Leigh Coolidge design – stoutly built classic – see enclosed – 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]
Contact Rob Sanderson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-316-9370.
“POLA” 24-ft BEAR Boat
Description: 24-FT BEAR Boat, “POLA”, 1939, Berkeley, CA, For Sale / Best Offer. BEAR No. 8, First of the hand-built BEAR’s. Second-oldest BEAR on San Francisco Bay after “Merry” BEAR (No.1), kept by the SF Maritime Historical Park. Important historic and racing history. A solid classic. Documented restoration at the Spaulding Wooden Boat Center. New period-correct hardwood cabin interior with electric-flushing head and new electronics. Dual-battery electric system with period-correct bronze running lights, concealed LED cabin lights, electronic bilge and illuminated Ritchie compass. New standing & running rigging, laid out for easy-handling from cockpit with Jib downhaul. 6-HP Tohatsu long-shaft Sail-Pro outboard motor on bronze motor mount. Upholstered cabin & cockpit cushions. Full canvas boat cover. Details + Photos: www.be.net/GregoryBlackburn. Tel.: 415.513.3539, e-mail: email@example.com.
“Manuhuka” 1987 Cape George 36
Description: 1987 Cape George 36
Best of both worlds – a custom wooden boat built inside a fiberglass hull.
This is a yard finished Cape George 36. One of only about 30 ever built, and possibly the finest example afloat. (Not to be confused with the approximately 80 owner finished boats.) Joinery and build quality comparable with Hinkley, Morris and Shannon.
If you want the beauty and quality of a wooden boat but with a lot less maintenance, this is for you. Classic William Atkins cutter design of 1930’s Tally Ho Major adapted by Ed Monk. Built by the craftsmen at Cape George Marine Works (prev Cecil Lange & Sons) in Port Townsend, WA. Only two owners since launch in 1987. Two major refits. ‘Bulwarks job’ (replacing original wood bulwarks with fiberglass) done! Moored in Sausalito.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 157.577.0187
“Lille Danser” Gaff Rigged Cutter
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 email@example.com or 206.855.4108.
“Orion” Kettenburg PC32
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 360.379.5807.
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 email@example.com or call 206.851.7593
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
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 203.807.1191.