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1984 Cascade 36 – $27,500 Incredible Value! SOLD!

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

2001 28ft. Bayliner 2859 $28,900 SOLD!

Pride of ownership, meticulously maintained and clean, all describe this Bayliner 2859.  With a great layout, Alaskan Bulkhead, and ample room for guests –  this boat is tough to beat!  She is designed to handle up to 6 passengers, and is extremely comfortable.  Her well designed Galley includes  2 burner alcohol/electric stove top, micro, refrigerator and ample storage.  The settee opposite is raised, provides great visibility.  Navigation equipment to complete …Read More

1999 26ft. Monterey 262 $15,000 SOLD!!!!!

    This Monterey 262 is extremely clean and views new.  Powered by a re-manufactured Volvo 7.4 gi in excellent condition, with only 45 hours, she is barely broken in!  Down below, the interior is light and bright and accommodates 6 comfortably.  The Salon includes an electric/gas stovetop, refrigerator, sink with pressurized water, cabin lighting and stereo.  On deck, the cockpit is partially enclosed, with ample seating, and includes an …Read More

2005 30ft. Bayliner 305 SOLD!

The Bayliner 305 Ciera Sunbridge is well equipped, well maintained and ready to go.  The Canvas enclosure provides year round protection from the elements and great visibility while underway for Captain and crew.  The interior spacious for a 30 footer, she’s clean and well designed with a compact Galley, U-shaped Dinette, V-berth forward and double berth aft.  The last 2 years of maintenance records are available from SEA Marine, all …Read More

2015 19 ft. Buzzards Bay 19 – SOLD!

        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