The Downeaster 32 is a traditionally styled long range cruiser ideal for couples. Through the years the boat has proven rugged and easy to sail. Boomerang is Hull #5. She has been well loved and well maintained. Her extensive list of upgrades to include repower with a 27 hp Yanmar, new Electrical panel, Windlass, Batteries, Battery charger, Topping lift, Dodger, Canvas and Interior upholstery. Also included in this well rounded …Read More
Bonnie is a fiberglass semi-custom cutter rigged single owner sloop with a long fin high lift keel and skeg hung rudder. She draws 8.5 feet and weighs about 32000 lbs. of which 13000 lbs.’ is internally encapsulated and retained by 16 one inch stainless steel keel bolts bent into a U shape with 32 nuts and backing plates. The boat has been designed and equipped for long ocean voyages. The …Read More
“Seaquel,” is a 43 foot Bob Perry Polaris hull, that was stripped to bare and rebuilt to perfection. A joint project that spanned six years, Rick and Sandi Calef’s goal, to create a safe and sturdy boat for extended blue water cruising, AND THAT IS WHAT THEY DID! In 2001 emerged a brand new boat,with construction FAR exceeding any factory finish. She was the recipient of the BEST COMPLETE REFIT …Read More
“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
Absolutely Sweet classic. Lovingly maintained lake boat with trailer. A must see.
“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
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