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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The Skerry is a 15’0” rowing and sailing small boat built from a Chesapeake Light Craft (CLC) kit from Okume marine plywood, fiberglass and epoxy. It has been used to row in the bays and harbors around Oak Harbor. Lug and gunter sloop rigs are available, including centerboard and tiller. The lug rig has been used once. The gunter sloop rig and its mast and rigging is unused, still in the bag.
Look at the CLC website, at clcboats.com, for a description of the Skerry and a link to an interesting article in Small Boats magazine. Extras to the base kit include spacered inwales, floorboards, an Anderson bailer, and a Sunbrella cover (sewn by local craftsman in Coupeville). The CLC builder’s manual and plans are available if you want them, but you would need CLC permission to use the plans to build another Skerry. The finish is in fair condition; however, the gunnels should be refinished.
Offering the Skerry – without trailer – for a few dollars less than the current (sale) CLC kit price: $1,890. You save tax, shipping, and cost of time to assemble. Also available at a little less than CLC’s cost: (1) CLC’s Gunter sloop rig: new and unused at $1,800 – mast and rigging need to be assembled and mounted or (2) CLC’s Lug rig: used once at $1,500 – mast and rigging are ready to go. Line and cordage included for either sailing rig. If really needed, the Trailex trailer (SUT-250-SCLC) is available: $2,530. Includes spare tire, tire mount, winch, winch strap.
Note: length = 15′, beam = 54″, draft = 5″ rowing, 30″ sailing
For more information, contact Arn at aodenny *at* hotmail.com
The Mycia is a hand-made, wooden, gaff-rigged, American sailing-fishing schooner. Built entirely by hand in the Pacific Northwest, the Mycia was designed and lofted in Port Townsend, Washington, by Jim Franken and Robert Prothero at the Northwest School of Wooden Boat Building in 1981. Currently located in Port Townsend, WA.
For more information, contact John at firstname.lastname@example.org
- 1966 Chris Craft Ranger Sea Skiff 23′
- The Interior was removed and stripped ready for finishing
- All ribs sistered with HDPE
- Engine not operational
- The boat is 100% complete as it came from the factory
- Have the original delivery sheet
- Misc accessories and refinishing supplies included
- Will separate boat and trailer
For more information, contact Steve at email@example.com
S/V Ripple is a William Atkins gaff-rigged cutter launched in 1994 by the Northwest School for Wooden Boatbuilding. She is cedar-planked on oak frames. Bronze stanchions, anchor rollers, winches, cleats, and openable port lights. Parceled, wormed and served standing rigging and lifelines.
Ripple was re-powered in 2017 (Beta-14 2-cylinder diesel, ~1500 hours currently)
Fuel Consumption: ~ 1 ¼ liters per hour @2700 RPM (~5.2 knots).
Ripple has completed 4 trips to Alaska since 2015 and many shorter trips in British Columbia.
Standard Horizon Chart-plotter
Standard Horizon VHF with DSC
Vesper XB-8000 AIS transceiver
Raymarine ST2000 tiller-pilot
Raymarine depthometer (original)
Lifeline AGM batteries (2022), all new battery cabling
(105 Ah cranking battery, 210 Ah housebank)
Balmer SG200 smart-battery-monitor
Victron 3-channel, 30 amp battery charger
Lewmar V700 electric anchor windlass
Bruce anchor (30’ chain, 300 feet nylon), Vulcan storm anchor (7’ chain, 200 feet nylon)
Wood and coal burning stove, bronze charlie-noble
Original Hasse sails (mains’l, jib, yankee, stays’l, tops’l, drifter)
Ian Oughtred ultralight lapstrake Feather Pram, oars
Full boat cover and sail covers
Dodger and bimini
Dometic CFX3 35 liter 120/12v electric cooler
Iwatani 13,000 BTU butane cook stove
Custom stainless-steel exhaust riser installed 2022, and spare
For more information, contact Stuart at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chance to own a piece of NW Sailing history” (probably one of the first fiberglass sailboats) name, “SHAMAN” (hull #17) … sloop, masthead rig, fiberglass hull, shoal-draft with daggerboard. Yanmar diesel 3GM30F, 24 hp, freshwater cooled, new SS mixing elbow, interior wiring upgrade, Dometic electric toilet, 23-gallon holding tank, hot/cold water, Monitor wind vane, stove-top and microwave (in marina use), interior restored from original. Diesel cabin heater with dedicated custom tankage, (3) anchors, CQR, Danforth, and claw. full boat-cover, (2) boom covers, and (2) head sail deck bags, #1-#4 head sails, many spare parts, lifejackets, etc. too many to list here, $25,000 obo (steel rudder epoxy coated after haul-out picture) located in Port Ludlow.
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Tomahawk Sweet Sixteen
Rare classic runabout was built in 1954 by Tomahawk Boat Co., Tomahawk, WI. Lapstrake construction of marine plywood with an enclosed bow, windshield, and water well in the stern. Underwent restoration in 2002. All brightwork is a rich, brilliant red mahogany, and hardware was re-chromed. Original 1955 Evinrude Big Twin 25HP OB motor and controls. Included is a 1967 TEE NEE trailer with modern updates including bunk rails, fresh wiring, and larger wheels and tires for highway travel. Serious inquiries only.
For more information, contact Alan 503-507-2370 firstname.lastname@example.org
1962 Pilot house staysail Schooner. Complete rebuilt from bare hull 2006-2015 Tad Roberts NA house and rig redesign. 2021 out of water survey available. Fully insured for $350,000 since rebuild. Vessel located in Poulsbo, WA. Details available upon request. All reasonable offers are considered.
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Basken is one of a couple of the last known of the fleet of Knarr Kutters (sister ship of the IKC 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