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1949 34 ft. Atkins 34 – $9,500 OBO!

          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 epoxy & fiberglass cloth. Frames are of solid …Read More

2015 19 ft. Buzzards Bay 19 – $35,000

        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

1975 50 ft. Tancook Whaler – $54,900 Complete Charmer!

                          This 50′ Tancook Whaler is absolutely charming inside and out. History, quality and beauty all wrapped up in one amazing boat. Built by locally renowned Shipwright Charlie Taylor and finished by his son.  Craftsmanship and attention to detail were past from one generation to the next. The current owner purchased Jack O’ Lantern in 2013, at that …Read More

1962 50 ft. Kettenburg 50 – $55,000 Outstanding Value!

  “Marionette” was built in San Diego in 1962 by Kettenburg Boat Works. She is hull #9 of an exquisite line of sailing vessels which today still exude unparalleled class and style. Originally commissioned as “Flare”, she was raced extensively, participating in two Trans-Pacific Races, placing 5th in one of them. The present owner bought “Marionette” in 2002 in San Diego, knowing that previous owner had carried out much restoration …Read More

1936 41 ft. Berthon Gauntlet 41 – $5,000 SOLD!

   This Classic Gauntlet, a 17 ton sloop, is a project. Hull construction is 1 1/4″ teak planking, teak frames, iron floor frames, 1 1/4″ teak deck with fiberglass outer skin. An extensive range of parts/ fittings and equipment relating to “Syrinx” is in storage at our boatyard. We are keen to find “Syrinx” a new owner –  please call to discuss. Our research on this boat has revealed the …Read More

1960 28 ft. Ralph Winslow 28 – $12,500

          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

1930 78 ft. Fisheries Patrol Boat – $49,000 SOLD

   Completely restored and designed by H.C. Hanson, ‘Pelican’ was built by the U.S. government to the highest standards. Launched in 1930 began operating as a Fisheries Patrol Vessel. The current owner has owned ‘Pelican’ for 40 years and maintained and upgraded the boat at no expense spared. The boat is very unique and extremely well kept. It is updated to ABYC standards. All systems have been maintained and upgraded. …Read More

1949 34 ft. Phil Rhodes Windward $8,000 Sweet Deal!

“Tempest” has a great pedigree. Designed by the renowned naval architect , Phil Rhodes, she has all the sailing qualities that are expected from his yacht designs. His 12 Meter class”Weatherly” won the 1962 Americas Cup. “Tempest” was built in 1949 and has been in current ownership 4 years during which the boat has been transformed. She has fresh paint inside and out, new upholstery and canvas.  Her Yanmar 2GM20 …Read More

1968 25 ft. Carver Monterey 25 – $15,000

   Beautiful traditional Carver. This 1968 Classic Carver Monterey is ideal for the San Juan Islands and Puget Sound, and has been well taken care of and it shows. It includes a brand new 2013 double axle trailer. The Volvo engine has 842 hours. $11,000 for JUST FOR THE BOAT  if no trailer required.