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
The Corsair is a twenty-eight foot beamy sloop designed by Slabby Larsen and built at the famous JENSEN boatyard in Denmark in 1960. She was shipped over in a container to the US and landed in Oakland where she embarked on her life in the San Francisco Bay. Completely retrofitted in the 80’s, she came to her recent owners hands as a yellow painted boat in 2012. …Read More
Absolutely Sweet classic. Lovingly maintained lake boat with trailer. A must see.
PRICE REDUCED! OBO! The Atkins 34 designed by Wm. Atkin & George Wayland was built in San Francisco by Andersen & Stephani. It is known as a Marconi- rigged cutter. The hull of Alaskan Yellow Cedar planks was refastened from the waterline down in 2012 with galvanized steel fasteners. The deck is constructed of 3/4″ marine ply with …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
Absolutely Stunning Ralph Winslow design, built by C. Foss Boatbuilders, Bainbridge Island. This boat is quality throughout. Pride of ownership shows and no expense has been spared for maintenance. It was last hauled May of 2015 for Bottom and Topsides paint. The mast and boom are also in excellent condition, wooded and varnished with 6 coats of Awlgrip May 2015. Reliable 10hp Volvo Penta. Please …Read More