Jackie and I would like to invite you to come take a look at our boats this weekend, the weather is going to be awesome! We have the 2005 Nordic 42' "Joy Girl" the 1999 320 Luhrs Open, the 2003 393 Beneteau, the 1985 Sabre 36, the 1978 34' Cal and the beautiful 1993 46' Giorgi Open with custom hardtop! They have been steam cleaned and washed and detailed.... ready for your inspection! Demo rides for the really interested! Perfect season to self distance onboard!
Jackie and I look forward to assisting you list, market and timely sell your beautiful yacht! Take a look around the site and a moment to drop us a line with more info about yourself and the boat you would like us to sell or your dream boat you are interested in having us find for you!
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Power or Sail Listings between 25'-80' will receive Complimentary dockage & electric in Annapolis till SOLD!
1983 46' Giorgi Performance Cruiser
Aggressively priced @ $129,900
Now commissioned 5/17/2020, in the water and ready for your demo ride and inspection! Call today!
Motivated Seller will consider all reasonable offers!!
The "Our Joy" was completely details and bottom painted at Smiths Marina in Crownsville, MD. Come by to take a look at her! A survey has also been just produced for buyer review as the Giorgi has been going through stages of refit, which the surveyor has been consulting in its progress. This is a very unique yacht, with great lines and lots of interior and exterior room to relax and enjoy!
With her low hour (693 original hours) Caterpillar 3208 (450 HP) diesels, she cruises effortlessly at 26 knots and tops at 31 knots!
Take a look at her european style and simplicity, she turns heads everywhere she goes! Sleeps 4 in 2 cabins and even has a crew quarters in her aft deck!
Our Joy renovation story By Jay Greene, 12-15-2019
In 2014, my 89 year old father said to me, “we should have a boat.”
His last boat was a 53 Hatteras flybridge motor yacht named Big Joy. He sold her in 2003 after he suffered a heart attack while cruising her back to Florida from a summer on the Chesapeake. My last boat was a 47 Chris Craft flush deck motor yacht that we sold in 2007 so that I could spend more time on the renovation of our c1880 Victorian project home. That project was behind me, so I was looking for a new challenge.
We had eliminated flybridge boats from our search because he could not climb a ladder to enjoy the upper helm seating. We were looking for a cruising boat with a minimum of stairs, which eliminated trawlers. He needed the stability of a large boat. Imagine at 90 years old, stepping onto the gunwale of a small boat and having it move drastically, causing a fall. We needed a larger boat! A 63 Burger would be very nice, but they were beyond our reach.
I was attracted to this 46 foot Italian made Giorgi twin diesel performance cruiser. It checked off all the boxes for us. Large enough to be comfortable, easy on, easy off and air conditioning for Dad (because he is getting up in years). A frost free fridge, separate staterooms and easy to handle lines for the ladies. I wanted fiberglass, powerful diesels and something impressive that would be worth my effort. I was impressed with her lines, her raked stern and european cachet. The hardware and fitment were top notch. She appeared to have good bones. The huge hardtop and cockpit would be perfect to enjoy the water environment and yet be protected from the sun. I could imagine us al fresco dining and entertaining aboard.
She had sunk in 2010 in her slip in Kent Narrows and was salvaged by John Patnovick at Worton Creek Marina. He intended to make her his fun Bay boat. The twin Caterpillars were pickled immediately and then she was set aside for a thorough renovation. He knew that a 46 ft Italian made sport cruiser with a pair of 435 hp turbo intercooled diesels cruising at 25 kts would make a great impression on the Bay. But he had moved on to other projects and this beauty was now available and priced right.
We agreed to buy her if she ran. We hired an engine surveyor from Alban Cat in Annapolis. He determined that even though the engines ran well, we should have them completely rebuilt to Caterpillar specs. That is Caterpillar’s expensive recommendation to avoid any liability in commercial use. The engines went under water with just 411 hours, so they were still relatively new. The recreational use of about 50 hours per season and annual oil changes would keep these engines happy for many many years.
With a friend along for support, the next day we cruised her up the bay to Summit North Marina to have her hauled and begin our renovation closer to home. I carefully removed and cleaned
every piece of soft goods and removed the basic wiring. Every wire had absorbed salt water and was corroded its entire length. This project is not a simple remove and replace. Instead, it is remove, clean, re-design and retrofit. I had restored numerous cars, RVs, boats and houses by now, so I was comfortable with my abilities.
Originally a euro 240v AC, 24v DC, with a 9 kW generator, relays and rectifiers, she would become USA ABYC compliant, 120v AC, 12v and 24v DC with a 6 kW generator and 3 kW inverter. She would be completely modernized with LED lighting, NMEA 2000 network and a glass bridge.
The goal for our first season was to have a reliable runabout. I would need to design a battery and charging system for the 12v house and 24v engine batteries with shore power, and an engine starting system with gauges and navigation. I consulted with Engler Electronics, Blue Sea Systems, Peter Kennedy Yacht Services and attended numerous Power Boat Shows to learn my options.
After the first winter of renovation (600 hours) and one season of running, we had a safe, fun, great big runabout with fancy dual touch screen monitors. I discovered that the Fugawi software was inadequate, so we upgraded to Maretron software, GPS and tank sensors. It was far better in this application and a justification for using PCs. The installed Reverso oil change system makes annual oil changes a breeze. My surveyor was impressed with my work. He said that very few renovation projects make it this far.
The second winter’s goals after another 600 hours saw other important amenities completed: the refrigerator, microwave, hot water and cooktop for the galley, new CruisAir air conditioning, new fresh water flush Jabsco toilets, update the waste system, repair the anchor winch, install the new Mase generator and add Furuno radar and a second solid state mil spec PC for redundancy. We upgraded to Timezero Trident navigation software too. This sounds like a lot, but it is mostly a matter of building on the primary wiring and design work that preceded it.
The third winter saw the replacement of the crazed and discolored acrylic windshield with tempered glass and new hydraulics from Bitecnomare in Italy for the beautiful teak and stainless steel passerelle that is used for aft boarding or elegant de-swimming. A new stereo and TV system that is integrated with the bridge’s LAN was added. New vinyl covers with extra padding on all the cockpit seating and new canvas all around makes her look and sound like new!
Now all we do is enjoy the fruit of our efforts. Unfortunately, Dad can’t move so well at 94 years of age. As much as he would like to be aboard, he can’t do it anymore, so this was his last season. We have agreed to sell her while she is very much like new and let a new owner love her like we did.
2013 42' Lyman-Morse Hunt
Price reduced on 4/28/2020 to $875,000
"Peregrine" one of the most cared for and uber maintained yachts you will ever find!
She is pristine, turn key, & shed kept her entire life in Thomaston, Maine, a better than new example of the finest combination of Maine custom yacht building at Lyman-Morse, along with the best design team at C. Raymond Hunt. Her replacement cost exceeds $3M! She currently has only 411 hours of total use!
Being a twin jet propelled yacht, she will cruise at 24 to 32.4 knots without a worry of Lobster or crab pot buoys! Exquisite interior finish and top electronics make her a must see for your next purchase. Beyond belief! She is currently (4/17/20) stored in her heated private conditioned/summer storage building in Thomaston, ME till sold! Inspections are easy in this beautiful location! Come take a look!
The "Peregrine" is an outstanding example of Lyman-Morse quality yacht construction, fit and finish! Though she features traditional Downeast styling on her exterior, Peregrine's systems make use of the latest performance and sound reduction. Her C-9 ACERT Caterpillar engines are coupled with Hamilton marine HJ322 jets. Steering is mouse controlled with a Hamilton Jet-Blue Arrow system. High-density material in the stringer system as well as Metalastic type anti-vibration mounts and strategically placed sound deadening tiles have minimised structure-borne sound and created a comfortable interior while cruising at 30 knots.
PRACTICAL: With her proven Hamilton Jet drives and C-9 ACERT Cats, she has a good turn of speed at 30 knots and no worries of catching lobster pots. The easily driven Hunt designed hull and attention to weight give not only very good high end performance, but an economical cruising speed-great for trips south both inside the ICW or outside. Her shallow draft and jet drives would make her at home in shallow waters such as found on the west coast of Florida!
SIMPLE: Besides the incredible Furuno electronics package, she is easy to run and simple to maintain. The owners opted to go without a bow thruster and use mouse controlled-controls which the jets love-very easy to maneuver the boat in any direction especially sideways using the powerful jets.
ELEGANT: A classic New England Hunt design. Well-appointed mahogany interior, beautiful galley, and many touches on the exterior like the beautiful custom toe rail, exquisite stainless by Lyman-Morse Fabrication, and lovely choice of colors set her apart from other boats in the anchorage.
PROVEN: This is Lyman-Morse's 17th build with Peter Boyce at Hunt design in New Bedford, MA. Not only have all these boats been very successful, but this hull design traces its roots to the original deep V, Moxie, that set the standard for the whole industry 35 years ago! Easily driven, no compromise on the deep V, these hulls shapes are like a fine European sports car. Comfort or meandering along the coast-she is at home in either medium.
"Peregrine's owners have cruised many of the highest quality yachts in their ownership past, including numerous Eastbay yachts. Their past experience and attention to innovative design features, combined with the highly skilled designers and craftsmen at Lyman-Morse, have all been incorporated into this refined custom yacht. Since delivery, she has been stored in a heated and dust-free custom shed and her full time captain reports that she is in flawless condition without a single needed repair or current maintenance item to address. She is a must see if you are in the market for the most refined and better than new 42' Hunt design yacht imaginable".
Displacement (full): 26,500lbs
Engines: 2 Cat C9 ACERT (567 BHP) w/411 hours (as of 2/21/20)
Transmission: ZF 305
Jets: 2 Hamilton HJ322
Generator: Westerbeke 7.6KW w/177.7 hours
Fuel: Two 260 gal Aluminum
Freshwater: One 65 gal Polyethylene
Freshwater: One 50 gal Polyethylene
Gray Water: One 46 gal Polyethylene
Black Water: One 46 gal Polyethylene
LAYOUT AND DESIGN:
The hull is a full-deadrise deep-V with integral chine and lift strips. The hull shell is infused in the existing Hunt P38 female mould. Custom sheer dam, transom insert and jet intake mounting insert pads were added to give the boat its 42’ feet. Foam coring was thermoformed where necessary to conform with hull curvature. A custom deck and flybridge mold will be built.
The steering system is Hamilton Jet-Blue Arrow (two stations), mouse controlled. The general twin Cat Engines (C9 ACERT @ 2500 rpm with 411 hours use) installation have been designed to limit noise transmission through structure-borne sound. The stringer system is specially built with high-density material for sound absorption and Metalastik type of mounts for further sound reduction.
The owners enter the living quarters through a custom-designed and built paneled French door. The interior is a rich varnished Mahogany woodwork built to the highest standard of cabinetry. All efforts were made to keep the interior light without sacrificing the carpentry.
Extremely well appointed yacht! An incredible buy at this asking price!
Most photos and video by Billy Black Photography.
Located in Thomaston, Maine
Aggressively priced @ $875,000
"Joy Girl" can now (5/17/20) be safely inspected at our docks in Crownsville, as we delivered her from Hilton Head this week and had a great smooth and fun trip!
Price reduced to $354,900.00 on 5/3/2020
"Joy Girl", is a beautiful Nordic Tug 42 Flybridge that is in above average condition inside and out. Her thoughtful and caring owners have maintained her in very good mechanical and cosmetic condition. After just returning from completing the great loop, she is completely ready to take her next owners on a trip of a lifetime!
"Joy Girl" is priced to reflect the current market conditions and as can be seen by her SOLDBOATS.com dealer reported selling prices, she is very aggressively priced! This is the one you want to own!
As her captain the last three years, I would love to introduce you to “Joy Girl”, our 2005 Nordic Tug 42. Joy Girl has been our home away from home the past two and a half years as we traveled America’s Great Loop, and in all that time and all those miles, I didn’t see one boat I’d rather have had.
The heart and soul of this boat is her amazing pilot house. High, forward, and with a ship-like centerline helm, this is where I spent the majority of our time underway. But Joy Girl also has a flybridge directly above the pilot house, giving the captain and crew a view taller than most 50 footers. With seating for 6, this is the place to be when the weather is nice, and is my preferred position from which to dock the boat (the wireless headsets that come with the boat make life especially good during “the greatest test of a marriage”.)
With a separate U shape galley adjoining the salon, the cook has lots of work space while never having to be away from the guests. The propane stove and oven are perfect for quiet, genset free nights on the hook in peaceful anchorages, and the 3000W pure inverter will keep all your electronic gadgets charged and running smoothly.
The master cabin features a centerline queen bed, his and hers lighted hanging lockers,8 drawers, 6 cabinets, and a large locker under the bed for almost limitless storage. The private, en suite head with full shower is more than adequate, and has multiple storage cabinets as well.
Guests live large as well, with a settee that converts to a full size berth. We added a memory foam topper to the mattresses for an even more comfy night’s sleep. Guests also have their own head, complete with shower. When friends and family are not aboard, we find this makes an excellent day head, as it allows easy communication with the bridge should anything unexpected occur while underway.
Joy Girl has been a wonderful boat for us for many other reasons. She’s a good looking boat, drawing looks and compliments everywhere she goes She’s comfortable in any reasonable sea, comfortable inside and out, and very well built. The only reason we are letting her go is that we have three aging parents to help (two in their 90’s) and a cat whose health is not helped by the stress he feels being on a boat. If not for that, we would be looking forward to many more years on this wonderful vessel. And if you’re blessed to be her next captain, I’m sure you’ll enjoy her every bit as much as we have!
Her features include:
Hull Shape: Semi-Displacement
LOA: 46 ft 3 in
LWL: 40 ft 2”
Beam: 13 ft 10 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 7 in
Minimum Air Draft: 16 ft 6 in
Displacement: 31,400 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 4 in
Total Power: 405 HP
Engine Brand: Cummins
Year Built: 2005
Engine Model: QSL-9M
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 4787
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 405 HP
Dual Racor fuel filters
Fireboy automatic engine room fire suppression system
Electronic engine controls
Fresh Water Tanks: Aluminum (200 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: Aluminum (2 x 300 Gallons, 600 Gallons total)
Holding Tanks: Built in (45 Gallons)
Gray water: Built in (20 Gallons)
Number of double berths: 3
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2
GPS - Raymarine RL80C "X3"
Autopilot - Raymarine ST6001
Depthsounders - Raymarine ST60 and Furuno RD-33, fully independent
Radio - Bose Surround System with Sirius/XM
VHF - Standard Horizon Matrix GX2100 (with AIS) with flybridge RAM mic
Handheld floating VHF - Standard Horizon HX-210
Radar - Raymarine RL80C units (3)
TV set - Samsung HD- salon
DVD player - integrated with Bose system
Clock, tide clock, barometer in pilothouse
Weather station in salon with external remote sensor
Compass - Danforth (2)
Reverso Oil Change Pump x3 (engine, transmision, genset)
Battery charger - True Charge multi-stage 40 amp with all AGM batteries (new 3/18)
Microwave oven - Sharp
Range - Force 10 propane, 3 burners and oven/broiler with dual propane tanks
Air conditioning - Marine Air (three units: Master, Pilothouse, Salon)
Heating - Marine Air reverse cycle
Electric bilge pump x3
Manual bilge pump
Hot water - 11 gallon (new element 3/18)
Stern thruster - Side Power with separate battery charger/batteries (24v)
Bow thruster - Side Power
Electric heads - Vacuflush x2 (new seals 2019)
Refrigerator/freezer - Nova Kool
Leather swivel chair in salon
Phantom retractable screens on all doors
Shore power inlet - Twin 30 amp with 50 amp adapter
Xantrex 3012 Pure Sine Wave inverter (3000W), new 2018
Generator - Onan 11.5KW, 874 hrs
Electrical Circuit: 12V
Oyster hull with beautiful red Awlgrip painted cove stripe
Entire boat exterior detailed and waxed 2020
Sena Expand headsets for crew communications
TaylorMade 3 tread boarding stairway
8 PFDs (2 auto/manual inflatable)
Lifesling II throwable PFD
Magma propane grill
Like new US flag on SS staff at stern
Cockpit shower - hot/cold
Davits - Quick davit on boat deck to launch tender
Liferaft - Revere Offshore Commander
Tender - AB 10ft RIB with 18hp Tohatsu 4 stroke
1 ¼ inch SS railings all around
Transom door to swim platform
Total Liferaft Capacity: 4
Electric Lewmar Tigres 1200W windlass
Windlass controls at both helms and bow
Equipment storage box on foredeck
Dual anchor rollers in bow pulpit
Dual anchor rode lockers in bow
4 large, 4 small, 2 ball fenders
Complete dock lines
Large inventory of spare parts for most everything on the boat
The Nordic Tug 42 features a roomy layout and a large ship-style helm. The bridge also features a large chart table, 360 degree view and convenient access directly to the deck. Powered by Cummins C Series. Built to take the roughest passage with confidence, the hard chine semi-displacement hull gives this tug a stable quiet ride. The hull is hand laid fiberglass construction with full keel to protect the rudder and propeller. She features a spacious walk-around queen stateroom with private head, guest stateroom with head, U-shape galley, and large salon.
"The Back nine"
Year:1999 Length:32'Engine/Fuel Type:Twin / diesel Located In:Crownsville, MDHull Material:FiberglassYW#:1721-3676866 Current Price:US$ 39,500
Price reduced to $39,500 on 5/22/2020!
Engine hours approx 1500.
Launched ON (5/8/2020) she has been fully commissioned and mechanically inspected and ready for demo rides! Call today!
The "Back Nine" was launched today (5/8/2020) after just being detailed and bottom painted at Smiths Marina in Crownsville. Her mechanic has recommission her engines and she is ready for your complimentary demo ride! She's a great deal and has some issues, but she's priced right!!
Her twin 300 Hp. Cat 3116 diesels have approx. 1500 hours use and had her 1000 hr. service performed (I am getting copies of the receipts) a number of years ago. This is an original owner sale. Original purchase price of $183,000.00
Luhrs has included everything but the tackle to make the 32 Open one of the most complete sport fisherman on the market. The 32 includes: bait prep and rigging stations, washdowns, rod holders and rocket launchers. With every Luhrs, three generations of experience combine with modern engineering and production boat building techniques to provide one of the most affordable, full-featured fishing boats in the industry. From the tower to the transom door, every piece of equipment and its placement is engineered to provide the best advantage on the water.
Call or email us your questions. She is aggressively priced to sell NOW! We found moisture on her stringers and aft cockpit on a recent survey, hence the reduced price. All reasonable offers encouraged!
The Back Nine
Hull Shape: Modified Vee
LOA: 34 ft 8 in
Beam: 13 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 1 in
Bridge Clearance: 15 ft 9 in
Headroom: 6 ft 1 in
Deadrise: 18 ° at Transom
Dry Weight: 15000 lbs
Total Power: 600 HP
Engine Brand: Caterpillar
Year Built: 1999
Engine Model: 3116
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1500
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 300 HP
Engine Brand: Caterpillar
Year Built: 1999
Engine Model: 3116
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1500
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 300 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (60 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: Aluminum (340 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (10 Gallons)
Number of double berths: 1
Number of cabins: 1
Number of heads: 1
Autopilot - needs attention
Electric bilge pump
Sea water pump
Shore power inlet
Generator - Currently not commissioned
Electrical Circuit: 110V
Most recent reported selling prices from Soldboats.com:
Click on image to enlarge 32' Luhrs 32 Open
32' Luhrs 32 Open
Flatline 32' Luhrs 32 Open
Yacht View Brokerage LLC offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed. Specifications are provided for information purposes. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. Vessel subject to sale, price and inventory changes, and withdrawal from market without notice. The Seller retains the right to any of their personal items, artwork or tools in the sale of the yacht and will have them removed from the yacht prior to closing.
The yacht GUILDIVE has had an impressive history starting with her build on Coney Island, NY at the Wheeler Shipyard in 1934, originally given the name RESTLESS. She was built to William Hand Jr.'s design who is recognized as one of the most respected yacht designer of the 20th century. She was first under the ownership of a well known politician and businessman from Long Island. She spent much of her early life in the waters of Long Island, New York Harbor, and New Jersey. After a few owners she was taken into the WWII coastal picket force and used as a patrol vessel along the New Jersey and Long Island shores. A few pieces from that time are still shown on the boat. She returned to private ownership and was taken to Marblehead. After her time in New England she was sold and brought to the Caribbean. The owners were one of the first people in the Caribbean to offer charters in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Many of her past guests and crew still remember her down there. Sold in 1980, an extensive 8 year refit in Puerto Rico was completed and they continued to own her for a total of 30 years. The vessel, at that time, cruised the coast of the United States and Canada and was well outfitted for cruising and double handed sailing. Presently GUILDIVE is used as a day and overnight charter business along the east coast ranging from the Chesapeake Bay to the Penobscot Bay, Maine.
Price reduced on 5/22/2020 to an aggressive $189,500.00!
"Annapurna" has a full teak interior is beautiful!. Her marble countertops in the galley and both heads add unexpected luxury. Her galley boasts a newer Force 10 oven and range, new microwave, and two new large trouble-free refrigerator freezers! Her owners cabin features a double bed with an ensuite head and separate shower, with lots of room to relax!
This boat is a classic masterpiece with quality and natural appeal". She must be seen by the adventurer that desires a stout world cruiser that has comfortably taken her past owners for their trip of a lifetime!
Her owners are just completing the last touches for her next owner to turn around and head again offshore for her next adventure!
Hans Christian 48 T:
Cruise in luxury and style! "Annapurna" is a proven circumnavigator, from 1996 to 2007 she traveled to 56 different countries and crossed over 54,000 miles. The owner's wife told her husband that she would only agree to sailing around the world if the vessel provided enough luxury so she didn't feel like she was camping. Annapurna clearly provides such amenities.
More recently (2016 - 2019) Annapurna traveled south from Santa Monica Bay to Panama then the US east coast and the Bahamas.
Mexico temporary import permit valid until 2026
Designer: Scott Sprague
Cutter rig, single spreader.
Dry displacement: 44,000-lbs
Length on deck is 48-feet
Length overall including bowsprit and stern platform is 57-feet.
Length at the water line is ~42-feet
Beam is 14-feet, 3-inch
Draft is 6-feet, 10-inch
Bridge clearance 62-feet
Standing rigging new 2019
B&G chartplotter, Vulvan 9 new 2019
B&G 3G RADAR new 2019
B&G sensors new 2019 (wind, speed, depth, temperature).
New NMEA 2000 backbone installed 2019 for plotter, RADAR and instruments.
House, 6 Trojan T-145 6-volt, new 2019
Start 8-D 12-volt new 2017
Anchor windlass, 2, 12-volt new 2017
Main Engine Yanmar, model 4PHME, Diesel inboard, four cylinders, freshwater cooled, 80 hp @ 2900-rpm
Transmission: Borg Warner, rebuilt 2004
Maxprop 24-inch 3-blade, factory rebuilt dec. 2018
Water desalinator, 120-Volt, 18-gph, new membrane 2018.
Spade S160 new 2019, 300-ft 3/8 G-4 chain, Maxwell-Nilson vertical windlass
Delta 45-lb,100-ft 5/16 chain/200-ft nylon rode, Maxwell-Nilson vertical windlass
Fortress 37-lb on stern with 20-ft 3/8 chain and 150-ft nylon rode
fwd bilge 2000 gph w/ float switch
Main bilge 2, @ 3500-gph, one manual pump
Fuel filters, RACOR, for Yanmar engine, emergency by-pass, & Generator
Oil filter relocation
Two 40-amp battery chargers
Jib new in 2018
Staysail in good shape, UV covers replaced in 2016.
Mainsail is in fair shape.
Spinnaker in very good shape, includes sock.
Staysail furling line new 2016.
Main and jib halyard new 2017.
New tri-color light with LED lights is installed on the masthead 2019.
Steaming light in center of mast, LED new in 2017.
Spinnaker blocks and masthead sheaves are in good condition.
Two Profurl roller furlers are in good working condition. Staysail furler rebuilt 2019.
Mast steps to mast head; fitted with a guard wire to keep halyards from tangling.
A Storm trysail track rises about 25 feet up the mast.
There is a boom topping lift affixed aloft and tackled at the boom.
A spinnaker pole is mounted on the mast with a topping lift track.
Lazy jacks are deployable from under the sail cover.
Two installed VHF radios ICOM M-100 and Standard Horizon, handheld available
ICOM M-710 SSB
ICOM IC-706 HAM
ICOM AT-120 antenna tuner
Pactor IIE modem (easy to get weather info & exchange email)
Auto pilot, 3 rams (2 installed), 2 computers, two control stations
Three worthington propane tanks
Cabin lights converted to LED (most)
Tender: Zodiac Wave 10' w/9.9-hp Mercury outboard (4-stroke)
Six solar panels with controller, up to 20+ amps at 14-V.
FourWinds II wind generator (needs repair)
Numerous extra lines, parts, equipment spares.
Just arrived in Annapolis on 5/17/2020
Ready to Cruise~All reasonable offers encouraged!
The "Dreamer II" a 2003 393 Beneteau is a "Must See" if you have been looking for this most popular Beneteau Model that is exceptionally well equipped for livaboard and cruising.
She is a one owner boat in "Excellent condition". She is the perfect 2 couple boat with 2 private staterooms and 2 private heads.
The current owner has rigged this boat for extended cruising.
Dreamer II has been owned by one couple since new. She has been yard maintained and hauled most winters. The owners have cruised the Chesapeake Bay extensively, and have modified this boat for extended cruising on the ICW and in the Bahamas. She is currently outfitted as a capable and comfortable long distance cruiser, and is easily handled by a cruising couple or single handed. She has brought many years of cruising comfort and will offer many more.
Custom items include:
* Upgraded Yanmar 55hp diesel with 2714 well maintained hours.
* full cockpit enclosure
* 2000 Avon 10' RIB with 9.8 Nissan outboard
* dinghy davits
* wind generator
* solar panels
* 3 8-D batteries
* 19000 BTU AC/Heat
* electric anchor windlass
The interior of this boat looks new, shows new, and is free of leaks.
Upgrades in the last 5 years include:
Yanmar 56 hp. engine serviced professionally ever year.
2003 Beneteau 393
Hull Length............38' 2"
Draft Std...................5' 1"
Self draining anchor locker
All chain rode (120') with Delta plow
Lowering helm seat
Deep sail locker - port side
Locker with 2 propane tanks
Teak cockpit seats
2 stern rail seats with cushions
Teak cockpit drop leaf table
Hot and cold cockpit shower
2 Lewmar 48 CSTC primary winches
Rigging and Canvas:
Anodized Aluminum mast and boom
All control lines lead to cockpit
S/S standing rigging
140 Roller furling genoa
In mast furling main
S/S Davits aft
Full side curtain enclosure (green)
2 cabin model
Double berth forward on port side - double berth aft athwartships
Galley to port on entry
2 S/S sinks
2 burner LPG stove/oven
2 heads - manual forward/electric freshwater aft w/dedicated macerator
Holding tanks - 2 X 24 gal
56 hp Yanmar engine - recent service at 2700 hrs
High power alternator - Balmar 100 amp
600 AH house battery bank - 3 X 200 amp hr batteries
Dedicated engine start battery - new 2019
Solar panels - 2 X 1,000 V
Wind generator - Air Breeze w/controller
High capacity battery charger - Pronautic 12.50P
Battery monitor - Xantres Link Lite
Auto pilot - Auto Helm 6000
19,000 BTU air conditioning / heat
2 X 30 amp shore power w/cords
Raymarine Axiom chartplotter - new 2019
Raymarine Quantum radar - new 2019
AIS - receive only
Depth / Boat Speed / Wind Speed
Remote microphone at helm
She is worth your continued interest and offer!
The Contour-30 Mk II is exhilarating to sail and at the end of the day her retracting amas allow her to be docked in a "normal" marina space or to be trailered. With cruising accommodations that include 6-foot 2-inch headroom, berths for four, an enclosed head, complete galley and forward stateroom, so you can cruise in comfort and style. The second generation, Racing Series C-30 Mk II RS was designed to be nothing less than the ultimate cruiser-racer. At 30 feet she can cruise at 12-15 knots and can attain speeds of over 20 knots. The Contour 30 Mk II is the product of extensive design research and Contour's 20 years of experience building quality yachts.
Recent upgraded photos taken spring 2020!
Price aggressively @ $27,900 on 5/3/2020. Call or text Central Agent John Kaiser for history and details about this beautiful refit! Must see in person to see the love this owner gave this refit!
Every once in a while, a really special boat comes to market to find an owner that will love their boat as much as the current one has, Here is her story:
The History of “Little Boat”
1978 Cal 34:
My adventure with this Cal 34 sailboat, First Light, started after the sale of my larger boat. I was looking for a smaller boat that was able to be “single-handed.” A friend of mine, who was a yacht broker, knew about my interest and located a lightly used Cal 34 Day/Racer at Oak Harbor Marina i78 Cal 34n Pasadena, MD. The boat had been raced but seldom cruised, so there were few amenities. The owner was interested in selling to someone who wanted to refit the Cal and sail it extensively or cruise the world.
Upon purchasing the boat in May of 2012, I had an extensive survey done to determine if there were any critical structural or mechanical issues. No issues were found, the hull and rudder were free of defects and moisture, and the Westerbeke engine hour meter had only 850 hours, which led us to believe that it wasn’t working, but in fact it was. I left the boat at Oak Harbor for about 3 months and started to do a “deep clean.” When my broker friend visited, I told him that my intent was to gut the inside of the Cal and rebuild her for cruising. In the next few weeks, working nights and weekends, I removed most of the interior except for the outline of the V-berth and head. I removed every piece of wiring, hoses, belts, gauges, and electronics.
While still at Oak Harbor, I began marking out the new interior configuration and installed new bronze thru-hulls for the relocated galley sink and the water supply for future heat & AC. At that time, I also hand-stripped the hull below the waterline and applied several coats of barrier paint. Then I applied three coats of Pettit Hydrocoat. I also began framing the new galley and constructed the super-insulated frig/freezer compartment. Once those items were completed, I decided to move the boat to my slip in the Inner Harbor. The Westerbeke engine started immediately and has never once smoked or hesitated to start. My maiden voyage was an absolute thrill.
After arriving in Baltimore, I began living on a friend’s Hatteras 53, which was docked directly across from my Cal 34. Over the next 2+ years, I completely dedicated my life to bringing the “little boat” back to life. Whether it is was summer or winter, 90° or 20°, you would find all sorts of equipment on the dock for cutting, fitting, staining, or painting the new boat parts. During that time, the Cal 34 affectionately became known as “Little Boat,” and all my friends felt First Light should be renamed “Little Boat.” Now the boat is continually referred to as “Little Boat” (“LB” for short).
At the end of the rebuild time, I decided that both LB and I were ready to head out on our “next adventure.” In October of 2014, I untied LB and pointed her bow south toward Florida. Unfortunately, the only thing that had not been extensively checked was the transmission, and it gave out at the Francis Scott Key Bridge. I limped into the boat’s old home, Oak Harbor Marina, and learned that the transmission needed a major overhaul. After 5 weeks and several thousand dollars, LB and I decided to head south again, so 1 week before Thanksgiving we left in what would become the first of four nor’easters before reaching Norfolk, VA. The Westerbeke diesel easily pushes LB at 7+ knots hour after hour and burns less than 3 quarts of fuel an hour.
In our adventure to Florida, “Little Boat” proved herself far more seaworthy than her captain. On the very first day out, we found the Chesapeake had been whipped into a dangerous waterway. The wind was at our back and the waves were running 3 to 4 feet. It was 25° and raining, and the wind was at about 20 knots; almost every wave cycle would raise LB off the top of a wave and she would crash into the next wave and almost bury the anchors. This went on for hours until we were finally forced to seek protection and drop anchor. There were so many times in that winter travel down the ICW that this amazing, powerful “Little Boat” proved herself to be my protector and refuge in time of trouble.
I am confident that the next owner will see the beauty and the strength of this boat. The hull is solid fiberglass of 1/2- to 5/8-inch thickness and the cabin top is strong enough to withstand any boarding waves.
My intent was to cruise “Little Boat” in the Caribbean, but plans change and so do we. Be safe and enjoy your “next adventure.”
Water: Standard 60 gals in the Bow, added 24 gals in the stern. Both Plastic
Holding: New 24 gal. Ronco Plastic tank
Diesel: 37 gal. Alum. Fuel and Tank were 'scrubbed' in 2013
Water Heater: New 14 gal. Electric/Engine
Engine: Westerbeke 30 hp, 4 cylinder Diesel - Hours 1,780
Transmission: Total Rebuilt 2014 - Paragon V Drive
Prop: 2 Blade Bronze
Outboard Engine Hoist on Stern
Heat & A/C: Mermaid 16,000 BTU, new 2013
Electrical: all new using Marine Grade Parts
Shore Power: (2) 30 amp Circuits (1) Heat/AC (1) House
Panels: (3) Blue Seas, breakers with lights
VHF: New Standard Horizon w/Remote MIC at Helm
Handheld VHF: Lowrance with GPS linked to Standard Horizon
Battery Charger: Xantrex 40 amp. w/ LinkLite
New Shower Pump
New Anchor Wash System
Refrigeration: Adler Barbour Air-Cooled 2014
New Force10 Two Burner Stove
New Deck Hardware: for single handing - Garhauer 2014
New Traveler Bridge by Garhauer 2014
New US Stainless Steel Life Lines and Fittings 2014
New US Stainless Steel Standing Rigging and Fittings 2018
New Running Rigging made by West Marine Rigging Loft 2018
New LED Navigation lights on Mast 2018
New Sunbrella Dodger, Bimini and Connector and S.S. Frames 2014
Motivated SELLER ! She shows really well...Just 149 hours use and always lift kept! Second owner! First owner brought her to a canadian lake that dried up! Current owner had her in Lake Tahoe for one season, then moved her to his lift on the Severn river which is brackish water. Flushes the system after use with fresh water.
Currently going through upgrades mechanically. Call for details!
Call or text Central Agent John Kaiser for history and details about this beautiful refit!
In Water and ready to Sail-Away!
The yacht "Invincible Lady" is now located in the water and commissioned for spring 2020!
Asking an agressive $42,000.00
She features a NEW DIESEL engine!!
Invincible Lady (1985)
Highly regarded fast cruiser with quality comfort and space, sleeps up to seven. Sabre Yacht quality, built in the tradition of Maine with craftsmanship. A centerboard model, just perfect for easy navigation in shallow waters. Invincible Lady has been constantly improved and well looked after, including a new engine installation in 2019. The second owner since 1999, is upgrading to a larger boat for distance cruising. Well maintained family cruiser sailed yearly on the Chesapeake Bay with many beautiful memories. Obviously, a boat not easy to part with, and it is turn-key, ready to sail.
She is ready for her next adventure!
In Water and ready to survey and sea trial at our Crownsville complimentary docks~
Yacht designer and boatbuilder John 'Rex' Kaiser passed away January 8, 2015. He was 88. Rex was born and raised in Wilmington, Delaware, but spent many of his early years in Ventnor, N.J., where he met his wife. Claire Brown Kaiser passed away peacefully and without regret to be with our Lord and her husband and daughter on October 27, 2018. She was 86. They spent nearly every summer in New England aboard their sailboat Yacht "Claire". He received his bachelor's degree from the University of Delaware and a law degree from Washington and Lee University. She attended Girl's High in Philadelphia and later graduated from University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School in 1954. In 1960 they formed Kaiser Yachts, where he designed and built semi-custom cruising sailboats. His most popular design was the 34' Gale Force. Thirty-five were built and continue to sail around the world today. Their storied lives and amazing "live in the moment" attitudes will forever be remembered!
We offer complimentary dockage till sold in a deep water, jetty protected, safe and secure environment with a beautiful setting and a complete service marina next door.
The yacht, "Top Chop" is a beautiful 350 Catalina 2006 Wing Keel. has been kept in fresh Water Since August 2011, Lightly Used w/87 hours on engine! In-Mast Furling, 16K BTU Reverse A/C - Heat; autopilot, C-80 Chart Plotter/Radar, 6001 ST Speed/Wind, VHF, AM/FM Stereo Radio, and just replaced refrigeration!
"Top Chop II" is a very well maintained, sailed mainly as a daysailer example of this extremely roomy cruiser! She features roller furling main and Genny, full bimini over her comfortable cockpit with a sugar scoop walk through stern!! Here interior has rarely been slept in, stove never cooked on and systems still in very lightly used condition! Her engine may have 90 hours, yet has been well cared for by Spring Cove marina in Solomons MD since she was purchased a few years ago from the fresh water of Lake Lanier GA.
The Catalina 350 features deep coamings and seats long enough for sleeping highlight the cockpit. Wide weather decks and inboard shrouds make for secure passages. A divided anchor locker has double rollers and electric windlass. Sail controls are led aft on the cabin top to large winches. The powerful, yet easily managed rig includes ball-bearing blocks.The versatile accommodations include settees that will serve as sea berths. Private cabins, separate stall shower, generous tankage, large battery banks and big lockers give the 350 the capacity for comfortable cruising.
Price reduced to $97,500!.
CURRENTLY NOT AVAILABLE
This flawlessly maintained and always lift kept Crownline 21' SS with Bimini, is turn key and on her custom trailer (Running lights all LED). Oil, filter and gear lube changed every season on her upgraded 220 HP 4.3 L MPI Mercruiser with 80 hours use with Alpha drive and upgraded 4 blade stainless prop! Ready to go and in Crownsville/Annapolis for your inspection and purchase. If you are looking for a turn key bow rider, give me a call to set up a time to see her! Detailed every season, she looks as new!
Aggressively priced to sell @ $24,000.00
Listed 4/2020, in water at Burt Jabins Yacht Yard and ready to inspect!
This beautiful 1966 Kings Cruiser is a head turner! She has the comfort of a small pocket cruiser, and the open cockpit feel of a day sailor! She is a must see and priced at an attractive point to enjoy her without any needed investment to go sailing NOW~Just what we need in these times!! Take a look, photos taken on 3/29/2020.
This beautiful, graceful sloop was built in Sweden in 1966, a twenty-nine-foot version of Ab telfa King’s Cruiser. She was shipped to the United States and came into the current owner’s hands in Annapolis in the mid-80’s. Asgard was named for the ‘after guard’ in a Norris Fleet as she would protect the other ships from the rear in those ancient times.
After living aboard with my parents for a decade or more as a child, I purchased this boat to live-aboard and Sail the east coast and the Caribbean, which I did for several years. I was in the Yacht Repair and Boatbuilding business at the time and applied these skills to do a complete rebuild and maintain her over the years. From extensive woodwork to replacing keel bolts, plumbing and systems every detail was attended to, including a blister repair job.
The Crockett brothers in the 70’s removed the original pilothouse type of cabin and cockpit and built the current configuration. The Yanmar engine was installed just prior to my ownership.
Original mahogany toe rails were replaced with teak as were the combing caps, hatch rails and hand rails. Original butane stove was removed and replaced with a Dickinson LPG and Forest Force-10 Heater were installed. All standing and running rigging was replaced in 2014. Chesapeake Sailmakers Mainsail was purchased in 2018. Original wooden boom was replaced with aluminum at that time. Autopilot and electronics were added in 2014 the dodger and exterior canvas new in 2018 as with the cabin cushions, all of this makes sailing her an absolute joy.
Asgard has been a great sailing boat for exploring the Chesapeake area and I would not hesitate to take her as far as your heart desires. I have been an excellent caretaker of this boat and she is looking for the next person to enjoy her as much as I have. She has a grace and feel that is obvious and exceptional. We are letting her go only to move on to a larger vessel for the next stage of our lives.
She is a fiberglass version of the old wooden AB Telfa King’s Cruiser designed by Tord Sunden
Slightly larger than the original and hand laid up in 1966
Disp approx. 5500 lb
Fuel: new 15g Plastic
Water: 15 Gal Stainless
Holding: 10G plastic
Crockett Brothers in the 70s removed the original doghouse and cockpit and built her current modern house and cockpit for better headroom and sailing cockpit.
Mahogany cabin house and cockpit fiberglassed over. Foam core decks. Solid laminate hull.
Steve Uhthoff Shipwright bought her in the 1986, she has been industry maintained since.
She has been rebuilt over the past 30 years and sailed up and down the east coast several time. A perfect Chesapeake pocket cruiser.
Fresh custom mahogany interior in 2015, very traditional layout absolutely beautiful!
VE blister bottom repair
Keel bolt replacement
New standing rigging, a profurl system conveys with the boat. Mast head rigged, original fractional rig replaced in the late 70s
Replacement of wooden boom to aluminum 2015
New main sail, genoa 10 years old, working jib 10 years old. Spinnaker and storm jib
Halyards replaced in 2010, great shape
Fresh jib sheets and mainsheet with 6-1 blocks on main
Harken main traveler
Lewmar primary winches
Canvas, mainsail cover 2 years old, dodger 2 years old
New cabin cushions
Manual head, 1 season old, fresh hoses
New holding tank, Stainless water tank. New fuel tank.
1 GM 10 Yanmar diesel, top end rebuilt 2015, New exhaust 2015
Racor fuel filter
Fresh seacocks and hoses
Electronics, Raymarine C120 plotter system, VHF, Stereo, raymarine ST 2000 autopilot, Raymarine Speed, Raymarine depth
Richie bulkhead compass
Dickenson 2 burner LPG stove
Force 10 LPG cabin heater
Danforth anchor, chain and rode, stainless bow roller.
All exterior wood toe rails and hand rails replaced in 2006
New shaft and propeller in 1998 with drive saver installed
This 260 Sea Ray Sundancer features a remanufactured mercruiser engine with all receipts. She is trailer kept and comes with her trailer. With only 240 hours and proper maintenance, she should sell quickly! Call and set up a time to personally inspect her ASAP!!
Work performed this past month 9/2019:
* Installed new Bravo transom assembly
* Installed new water heater
* Installed new freshwater distribution pump
* Installed new main bilge pump
* Installed new head faucet and shower assembly
* Installed new fuel pump assembly and harness
* Tightened and resealed bilge drain plug assembly
** All in all approximately $7,500 expended on repairs and replacements.
Sea Ray Sundancer 260
Power: 350 mercruiser Bravo III
Freshwater holding tank
Isinglass camper covers
Head and shower stall
Low hours; new long block with approximately 240 hours
Tri-axle float on trailer
Liberty marine replaced a new standard 350 long block Kellogg/Mercruiser in 2014 with a 2 yr. warranty with manifold, risers and more. Receipt available.
Isinglass was replaced and has been well maintained.
Trailer is 12 yrs old, Sellers are original owners!
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