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1987 Pacific Seacraft Flicka – $33,900 Sweet Pocket Cruiser!

      The Pacific Seacraft Flicka is the ultimate Pocket Cruiser, and Honu is no exception.  She is solid, seaworthy and an extremely capable boat.  Her current owners have sailed her in the San Juan Islands and beyond, but are looking to purchase a larger boat for their growing family.  Honu has been well loved and well maintained.  She is powered by a reliable Yanmar with approximately 800 hours.  …Read More

1984 Cascade 36 – $27,500 Incredible Value! Sale Pending!

This Cascade 36 is a stand alone. The hull is the Classic Cutter Rig,  but the interior is special.  She was finished by a cabinetmaker and true craftsman.  every nook and cranny is maximized for storage. The Oak was milled on site, and purposefully installed.  The settee cleverly converts to a double berth, creating capacity for 6. She is light bright inside, has a well equipped Galley, rebuilt marine head …Read More

1976 32 ft. Westsail 32 $37,500 – Just Reduced!

This Westsail 32 has been well loved and is regretfully going on the market after 20 years of making memories.  Unique to this Westsail are her quality finishes and craftsmanship. Her traditional lines and Cutter Rig continue to make her a sought after sailing classic.  The extensive use of Oak highlight the interior, while bronze port lights, winches, Roller Furling and fiberglass decks with Teak Treadmaster non-skid highlight the exterior.  …Read More

1990 52 ft. Tayana Center Cockpit Cutter “Shadow Dance” $99,000

              A drastic price reduction makes this Tayana 52 a rare opportunity for the serious Sailor! ”Shadowdance” is the rarer center cockpit three stateroom, 2 head version.  She has minimum teak on the exterior easing maintenance, and solid teak below.  Her current owners of over 20 years have been wonderful stewards.  She sports a Schattauer Main with Stackpack, Radar, Simrad Autopilot, Garmin GPS, VHF …Read More

1987 27 ft. O’Day 272 LE – $17,500 VIEWS NEW- With Trailer!

  This O’day 272 LE is a GEM! Pride of ownership shows in this meticulously maintained vessel. “Knot a Clew” was brought to the Northwest in 2013 and resides in a beautiful purpose built garage in Sequim. She is well equipped with a list of recent upgrades including Lowrance GPS with Navionics charts.  She is comfortable to sail with a roomy covered cockpit and wheel steering. Her spacious interior is surprising …Read More

1976 28 ft. Islander 28 – $14,500 Price Reduced!

Now available at Boat Haven! This two owner Islander 28 is a beauty.  Liberty has been meticulously maintained since 1976 and is on the market for the first time since 1982.  She is immaculate.  Her Volvo has been well cared for, and is in beautiful condition.  She’s a simple sailboat with simple systems. Really an ideal boat for someone looking for a turnkey capable racer/cruiser. The Islander 28 is another …Read More

1963 40 ft. Bermuda 40 Yawl – $155,000 Beautiful Classic!

Complete Repower! This Classic Hinckley Bermuda 40 Yawl, has a long history of being well-loved and well maintained. Current owners purchased her in 1985 in Newport Beach, and have sailed “Tanea” extensively off the coast of California before making her way North, to her current home in the Pacific Northwest. In 2009 she underwent extensive upgrades. The list to include new engine and transmission, mast, boom, mizzen, replaced, deck and …Read More

1948 32 ft. Kettenburg PC32 $15,900 Sweet Classic!

Launched in San Diego in 1948, Orion -#68 of 83, underwent a large restoration by Baird Boat Works of Port Townsend WA in 2006. Mahogany planks (some new), over steamed oak frames (all sistered). Updated rigging with Schaefer and Harken blocks, roller furler. Lots of bronze hardware and varnish. 4hp outboard. Very minimal systems, but she makes up for it with volumes of class. Designed for racing, the interior of …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