Yawl for sale
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This 1974 Bristol 40' Yawl is said to be in very good condition by her owner. The roller furling system was rebuilt and rigging is newer. Oldest rigging is traveler and running back stay, which is approx. 12 years old. Owner is a licensed captain and keeps the sails and rigging in good working order. Some items noted that need to be done are around the deck and hull. The deck could use a good waxing and the bottom is close to needing paint. Stock #115101 PRICE REDUCTION on this classic yawl!!! Owner is a captain and knows what this boat can do. He raves about her performance upwind. If you are in the market for a yawl, look no further than this 1974 Bristol 40, just reduced to $29,500 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Sausalito, California and is in good condition. She is also equipped with a Westerbeke Diesel engine that has 760 hours. Reason for selling is new business and distance from the bay keeping him from regular sailing excursions.
Production built full keel bluewater sailboat with a fiberglass hull, teak decks, wood cabin top and deck with a center cockpit. The rig is yawl with hallow spars of varnished wood; both masts are keel stepped. A beautifully maintained built for bluewater cruising boat. Very well equipped both from a safety and function perspective. Top of the line parts and accessories used for modifications and upgrades. Stock #136299 This beautiful sailboat offers a powerful (totally rebuilt) 4-108 diesel engine which provides plenty of power to supplement the wind when necessary. If you are in the market for a yawl, look no further than this 1977 Yankee Clipper Ketch, priced right at $133,400 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Toronto, Ontario and is in great condition. She is also equipped with a Perkins engine that has only 28 hours. Reason for selling is boat is to big for the lake seller is moving to
This is a beautiful boat which, with a bit of attention could be absolutely stunning again. Several projects need to be undertaken, such as re-connecting the heads and fixing the plate in the engine. The deck has seen better days and would benefit from some care. Some features, such as the ice box are not currently working and would need to be re-fitted or fixed. This is a gorgeous boat which has not received the care and attention she deserves due the owner's hectic work schedules around the world. Because of this, they are motivated to sell and will consider all reasonable offers. BUC Value in 'Average Condition' for the South Pacific is $74,100-$81,400! Stock #057824 Classic Cheoy Lee - Needs Some TLC and New Adventures! LOTS of Potential for the Right Buyer! If you are in the market for a yawl, look no further than this 1975 Cheoy Lee 47 Yawl, just reduced to $59,800 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Honolulu, Hawaii and is in good condition. The engine has only 100 hours. Reason for selling is currently have two boats
Morro Bay, California
Per the seller: "She needs cosmetic TLC but is super sturdy and sea-worthy. Without a doubt totally one-of-a-kind vessel. Engine info: Per the seller - "The engine does turn-over fine, but we're having trouble getting her to start. Just haven't had the time to look at it yet. I suspect it's the plugs or fuel injector." The ship is completely unique, hand-built replica of The Spray, famously first single-handed circumnavigation of the globe by Joshua Slocum in 1895-1898. Much love and energy poured into her over the years. Rigging lines will need to be replaced; the engine needs repair. 40K estimated If finished she'd likely bring in 100k+. Upwards of 150k. $90,000 into her and between my partner and I. Thousands of man hours to build her. Its hard to let her go but its best to keep moving forward in life. And be thankful for the experience of learning and creating. As for survey reports, I don't have any on file although she was inspected and passed by Morro Bay Harbor Patrol/Coast Guard to receive a live aboard permit two years ago." She has last hauled out about five years ago so she will need a good bottom cleaning. All through hull valves and fittings were replaced at this time as well as shaft replaced. And bottom painted. Stock #144644 Very Unique ONE-of-a-kind, hand-built replica of the "Spray" famously first singlehandled circumanvigation of the globe by Joshua Slocum in 1895-1898. If you are in the market for a yawl, look no further than this 1976 Custom Built 50, priced right at $44,500 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Morro Bay, California and is in good condition. She is also equipped with a Perkins engine.
The vessel appears to be well maintained and in very clean condition. The current owner has competed in several ocean races and ensures the boat and sails are in peak shape prior to each race. Stock #134559 Perfect world cruiser, solid construction, Ocean Race Ready. If you are in the market for a yawl, look no further than this 1983 Migrant 45, just reduced to $129,000 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Essex, Connecticut and is in great condition. She is also equipped with a Volvo Penta engine that has 2,800 hours. Reason for selling is switching to an rv
This multiple wooden boat owner is interested in all offers. The work remaining on the boat is principally cosmetic. The hull has been faired with long boards. There is a a full complement of sails, cushions etc. The water and fuel tanks have been removed of course, but all are intact. There was a leak in one of the fuel tanks that remains to be repaired. This is a one of a kind classic yawl designed by the world famous William Garden. Her restoration and cold molding was performed to the highest standards and she is ready for her next owner to steward her through the remaining work. This double ended yawl will turn heads everywhere she sails! The center cockpit and aft cabin offer private accommodations, and her narrow beam and double ended design afford exciting sailing characteristics and elegant aesthetics. Stock #005752 Rare, one of a kind William Garden Custom Yawl If you are in the market for a yawl, look no further than this 1956 William Garden 45 Yawl, just reduced to $45,000 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Gardena, Ca 90248 - Chang, California and is in good condition.