This Jefferson Monticello is in very nice condition. She was just
hauled, hull waxed, swim platform reworked, bottom painted, oil and
transmission fluids changed and air conditioners updated. She has
three staterooms and three heads. She is a big roomy motoryacht that
is ready for a new adventure.
This is a Dufour 50 with a modified interior that has a full owner's
cabin forward. Her current owner has had her for 10 years and often
single hands her on the Chesapeake Bay. The full size centerline berth
and private forward head make this a great layout and perfect liveaboard.
This Bristol 47.7 is a great cruising boat designed by Ted Hood and
Dieter Empacher and built by Bristol Yachts in Bristol Rhode Island.
She has a keel/centerboard underbody so her board up draft is just
4'11" she has a fully protected shaft and propeller at the skeg
mounted rudder. She has the higher toerail and a full length rubrail.
She was painted with Awlgrip Flag Blue in 2013 and a bow thruster was
added in 2012. There are many recent updates including new standing
rigging, new stove, new refrigeration andnew autopilot This is a big
elegant cruising boat that is perfect for bluewater and shallow water.
This is a very nice well equipped 461. Designed by Bruce Farr, she is
a very good sailing boat. She also has great stowage in a big deep aft
cockpit locker. Her sails were new in 2011 her hull looks really nice
Awlgripped white in 2015. She has 2 zones of air. She has the owner's
version with a large Island berth forward with innerspring mattress
and a en suite head. Aft there is large cabin to port for guests. She
has a liferaft, 406 EPIRB, AIS, tow behind water generator, custom
rigged preventers for down wind sailing. This is a well equipped nice boat.
KITTIWAKE is the most popular version of the Shannon Yachts,
especially for the cruising couple that wishes to combine offshore
passages with live aboard comfort of a custom interior. She is an
extremely well maintained vessel completely ready to cruise. All systems are in good working
order. Her shallow draft (4'9"with the board up) makes her
ideal for cruising the east coast and her mast height of 63' allows
clearance for the Intracoastal Waterway bridges. She was just hauled
and the hull was waxed, bottom painted and 9 coats of fresh varnish
August 2017. She is ready now to go head to the Bahamas.
Important features include:
Two cabin, Two head layout
Staysail Ketch rig
New Standing rigging
Full complement of sails
Most popular hull built by Shannon
Offshore hull designed for safety and reducing fatigue
Reverse Cycle air conditioning
Major refits in addition to continuous maintenance
This Bavaria is very well engineered and built and has had very light
use. She is in excellent condition and her owner has given her proper
professional care. Her fiberglass nonskid decks are low maintenance.
She has air conditioning(2014), New Dodger and Bimini top and sun
screens (2017) New main cabin cushions (2015) New refrigeration (2016)
and a new Garmin chart plotter (2017) She has never left the
Chesapeake Bay and has less than 800 engine hours. This is a very
The Evelyn 42 is a big fast race boat that will be competitive in any
local or regional racing scene. She has a 3 spreader masthead rig and
big overlapping headsails. She goes up and down very well. Built by
Formula Yachts in 1989 she weighs less than 10,000 lbs and has a newer
Dubroth designed bulb keel.
Jubilee is a great example of the Pearson 424 designed by Bill Shaw.
She is up to date with a 2005 Westerbeke diesel engine with only 451
hours, new fuel tank, new standing rigging and her interior is fresh
and very clean. She has the sloop rig which is easier to handle,
davits a solar panel, Sea frost refrigeration, electric windlass,
dodger and bimini, she is a really nice cruising boat that is ready
for her next owner. Look at the interior pictures carefully, blow them
up and look under the ports, there is no wood damage or discoloration,
study the pictures and you will see how nice this boat is.
This is a very clean big open cruising boat with brand new sails, and
complete equipment. She has a generator, air, watermaker, two heads,
good electronics including radar and AIS, davits and custom cockpit
cushions and a complete cockpit enclosure.
This 1999 Hunter is in great condition and has been carefully
maintained. She was hauled and waxed and bottom painted in July 2017.
She has two private staterooms each with their own head and shower.
Spacious galley with LPG stove and microwave as well as
refrigerator/freezer. She has 2 units air conditioning reverse cycle.
There is stereo and CD player with speakers in the cabin and the
cockpit along with all of the features that make everyone comfortable
on board. Spacious saloon area with settee and Nav station to port,
dinette table with wrap around settee to starboard. There is a
centerline queen sized berth in the aft cabin with lots of storage and
private entrance to the main head and shower on the port side. Loads
of storage space and lots of windows make for lots of light!! There is
easy engine access under the companionway steps.
She has a Bow thruster, new
sails, AIS, fresh bottom paint, interior cushions new 2015 This boat
is exceptionally clean and in great shape. Well above average.
This Catalina 350 CELEBRATION is in excellent condition and has had
good care. She has in-mast furling, wing keel shoal draft,
Airconditioning, refrigeration, all electronics were replaced in 2014.
She has 769 hours on her Universal diesel. You won't be disappointed
if you come to see this boat. She is clean and fresh with no odors.
SPECIAL K has everything you need to start racing this weekend. Her
sails are current, she has a trailer and she is class legal. She has a
2016 North 3DI jib and a 2016 Spinnaker, 2014 North mainsail used in
only 6 regattas. She also has a full set of Wednesday night/practice
sails. She has Harken hardware and Harken winches. She comes with a
trailer. She is an actively used boat on the lower Chesapeake Bay.
This is a very nice Cal 33. She has had a lot of updates in the last
3 years including a new Quantum 150% genoa, new Harken furler, air
conditioning, new headliner in main cabin, recovered cushions in the
forward and aft cabins and cabin sole refinished and new Garmin chart
plotter. Her bottom was recently soda blasted and barrier coated and
has a very smooth finish. The owner day sails her and does an
occasional local race and has been successful with the racing.
This is a very clean lightly used Beneteau 311. She is a one owner
boat that has some really nice features for a 31 footer. She has built
in marine air conditioning and heat, she has a Zodiac dingy with 6hp 4
stroke outboard,outboard davit and outboard bracket.She has the easy
to use in mast furling and a cruising spinnaker, She has only 46
hours on her Yanmar diesel. Bimini top and cockpit cushions and a walk
thru transom make this a sweet cruising boat.
This is a FAST FUN Boat. Ready to sail in your PHRF Fleet.
PHRF of the Chesapeake has her at 96 and you can race with 3 or 4 in
a boat that is easy to rig and go.
"Most production boats are conceived with a design brief from a
builder who has a targeted market in mind. Not so the Landing School
30 (LS-30). It’s built by students at a non-profit boatbuilding and
design college. The Landing School and its resident designer, Steve
Dalzell, design and build boats as part of the curriculum: selling
them is an afterthought. As a result, only two or three LS30s will be
built each year, which means the school may have a new problem: this
cold-molded wooden rocketship just might create more demand than the
students can supply".
The Paper Jet is designed primarily as a training boat, with the
intention that it can cater for a wide range of sailing skills. I
wanted a boat that will allow a club to race it as a class boat that
will give exciting sailing to those who have the skills but will also
allow less experienced sailors to develop their sailing skills in the
same boat at a much lower level of performance. It is not suited for
learning the most basic sailing principles single-handed. We recommend
double-handed training until the student has enough expertise to sail
single-handed. For single-handed training first learn the basics on a
Sunfish or similar boat then move to the more performance oriented
Paper Jet. The same features that I designed into it for club use
will allow a family to use one hull as the platform on which Dad can
have his excitement of blasting across large expanses of water but
junior can sail the same boat (if he can pry it loose from Dad's grip)
with a smaller rig and at slower speed. It is a boat that needs
agility and quick responses. I don't recommend it for anyone who is
slowed by arthritis or other physical problems. I did not try to
produce a design that will sail the pants off any of the other skiffs
or single-handers. It is fast and it is exciting to sail with the
Turbo rig, but from the outset (this boat was in the back of my head
for over 10 years) it was intended to provide an economical path for
sailors to progress between boats like the Optimist and the costly
single-handed skiffs without having to trade up their boat each time
to go the next step. They can build a Paper Jet at the cheapest level
or the level that they think that they can handle and progress from
there. Meanwhile, as long as Dad is not out sailing, the kids can use
the same boat at a more basic level. It makes sailing more viable for
many families. With time and skill improvements they can move into
more costly boats if they feel the need.