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1977 44 ft. Puget Trawler $64,900 Awesome Live Aboard!

“Windrose” may be the nicest Puget Trawler on the market. She’s been boathouse kept and meticulously maintained for over 40 years.  Her light bright Salon is spacious, has excellent visibility and is warm and cozy even on the dreariest of days. The a diesel stove is a tried and true Galley workhorse. Refinished parquet floors and new upholstery are just a couple of the most recent owner upgrades. Charm galore only begins …Read More

1979 42 ft. Universal Sedan $115,000 New Listing! Great Cruiser!

Pride of ownership is evident throughout this 1979 Universal Sedan.  Her current owners have always made maintenance the highest  priority.  The twin Ford Lehman’s are in excellent condition with only 2339 hours.  She is equipped with Bow Thruster, Furuno GPS, Chartplotter, Radar, electric Windlass, dinghy hoist all new Canvas, and much more.  The sought-after sedan is open and spacious with easy access to the aft deck and massive flybridge.  Huge windows …Read More

2014 21 ft. R21EC Ranger Tug “Jack Knife” $54,900

This Ranger Tug R-21EC is rigged and ready to roll.  Jack Knife is a comfortable couples cruiser that boasts a boatload of improvements.  Aside from the standard Ranger Tug package, Jack Knife is equipped with a Bow thruster, Garmin chartplotter and VHF, Wallas cabin heater and stove, Marine head with holding tank and ABYC dockside power.  Moored currently in Sequim, Jack knife has also earned the distinction as a Coast …Read More

1909 53 ft. Fully Restored Tug “Atlas” – $109,000

                                      “Atlas,” a 53ft Tugboat built in 1909, has been the beneficiary of major restoration from 1989-2017. Noted for rum running to Alaska during prohibition, this classic with a history had to be restored! The owner methodically rebuilt the vessel, rib by rib, plank by plank. The comprehensive list includes new electrical, …Read More

2015 19 ft. Buzzards Bay 19 – $22,500

        The Buzzard’s Bay 19 is Captain Pete Culler’s last design built by local craftsmen to perfection. No expense was spared by Paul Siefried who constructed the keel and hull,  the remainder of the project was completed by the Northwest Maritime Center under the supervision of Kees Prinz. Extreme measures were taken to source materials of exquisite quality.  For instance, the planking is Port Orford Cedar salvaged from …Read More