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1982 Passport 40 Osprey

Osprey is an exceptional Passport 40. Her owners are experienced blue water sailors who previously cruised the South Pacific aboard a Perry designed Valiant 40. When it came time to contemplate another cruise south, they chose another Perry design and have spent the past three years refitting her for long distance cruising based on their experience of what works and what doesn’t. Their plans have changed, making Osprey available to new owners after a fresh refit. With only a minimal amount of time on her new systems, she enjoyed a shakedown cruise over the summer to the Broughton Archipelago and back. Her teak decks have been removed, hull and deck painted, engine serviced, electronics replaced, pumps, lifelines, standing rigging and new batteries, and the list goes on. This is a preliminary specification, please contact Swiftsure Yachts for additional details. If you are contemplating long distance cruising, do not miss this opportunity to own a freshly refitted Passport 40!

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2001 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37

If you are looking for outstanding sailing performance, a great interior layout and superb fit and finish, this go-anywhere yacht is exceptionally maintained, nicely equipped and priced to sell. Very few of these models have become available on the used market in the US because of outstanding owner satisfaction.

Grand Ciel’s engine was just recently serviced, with all filters, fluids and safety checks conducted.

In the past 12 months, the owner has done the following:

Upgraded folding wheel
Replaced Raymarine ST60 tridata display with new unit
Added solar (240 watts total)
Added Katadyn water maker (1 gal/hr)
Doubled battery bank for both start and house (all Lifeline AGM)
Installed new VHF radio with AIS
New stack pack / lazy jack system
New bottom paint
New electrical panel wiring
New toilet handle pump
New charts for chartplotter
Cordless VHF

Specs:
Builder: Jeanneau
Designer: J. Fauroux – Jeanneau Design Team
Keel: Other
Hull Shape: Monohull

Dimensions
LOA: 37 ft 4 in
Beam: 12 ft 1 in
LWL: 31 ft 9 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 4 in
Displacement: 13448 lbs
Ballast: 4057 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 3 in
Dry Weight: 13448 lbs

Engine Power: 29 HP
Engine Brand: Volvo
Year Built: 2001
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Power: 29 HP

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2012 Ranger Tug 25SC

Sadie V is a wonderful example of a versatile cruiser conceived and built here in the Pacific Northwest. Few companies can claim that they created a revolution in the boating industry the way that Ranger Tugs has. Sadie V has all the systems and capabilities that you’d expect in a much larger vessel and owners of sisterships have taken their boats on some remarkable adventures.

Sadie V has low hours (80) on its 150 hp Yanmar diesel, bow and stern thrusters, Wallas heat/stove and a generous inverter. Her navigation gear includes everything you’ll need to go as far as you can imagine on a boat this size. She was ordered with all the extras including solar panels, and a safety and dinghy package.

Sadie V is capable of cruising at 14 knots using only 5 gallons per hour and has a top speed around 19 knots. Her remote control allows amazing flexibility for docking that you’d never expect from a 25 foot cruising boat. She’s been very well maintained by a single owner and shows like a new boat.

If you are dreaming of new adventures or have been watching these little cruisers running all around the PNW, come on over to Bainbridge Island and take a look at Sadie V, you’ll be amazed at what you can do with this well designed pocket cruiser.

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1977 Downeaster 45

Downeaster 45s are widely recognized for their distinctive clipper bow, hourglass transom stern and full displacement keel. They were engineered and built by American craftsmen to accommodate the very special demands of blue water cruisers, and are highly sought after today.

Her one piece hull is hand laid up and double laminated to the top of the boot, with triple laminations on centerline. The internal ballast is sculpted and faired to conform to hull shape. All through hull fittings below the waterline are solid bronze seacocks. The deck to hull glance is epoxied and mechanically fastened. For added strength, the deck is a lamination of fiberglass and a high density closed cell material instead of balsa or plywood. All deck fittings are back-plated for extra safety. The engine room is large enough for easy inspection and maintenance and sound proofed with 1.5\” foam.

Careful consideration was given to the interior to ensure live aboard comfort, with three enclosed double staterooms separate from the main salon. The owner\’s stateroom is aft, and contains a king size bert, abundant hanging lockers and storage compartments. A vanity and adjoining head and shower help make any voyage a pleasure.

The main salon features a large setee that can be converted into a queen size berth. The large galley features full length cabinetry and can supply even the longest cruise.

The cutter rigged boat can easily be handled by a crew of two. Because of her ultimate stability, the DownEaster 45 stays dry and comfortable even in heavy winds. Any cruiser that truly wants to voyage should closely consider a Downeaster 45.

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Specs
Builder: DownEast Yachts Inc.
Designer: Bob Poole
Keel: Full

Dimensions
LOA: 52 ft 0 in
Beam: 14 ft 0 in
LWL: 36 ft 8 in
Length on Deck: 45 ft 0 in
Minimum Draft: 6 ft 4 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 4 in
Displacement: 39000 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 61 ft 0 in

Engine
Engine Brand: Perkins
Engine Model: 4-236
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 4500
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Engine Power: 85 HP

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: (324 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (282 Gallons)

Accommodations
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2

Inside Equipment
Microwave oven
Battery charger
Heating
Oven
Hot water
Marine head
Sea water pump
Refrigerator
Deep freezer

Electrical Equipment
Shore power inlet
Generator
Inverter

Outside Equipment/Extras
Cockpit cushions
Liferaft
Electric windlass

Covers
Genoa cover
Cockpit cover
Mainsail cover

Sails and Deck Equipment
Main with two reefs
150% genoa on Harken roller furler
Staysail
Spinnaker

Winches:
Primary: (2) Lewmar 27ST
Secondary: (2) Lewmar 43
Main Sheet: Lewmar 25
Halyards: (2) Lewmar 25, (1) Lewmar 16

Navigation Equipment and Electronics
ICOM ICM 125 VHF
Kenwood TKM707 SSB
Danforth 5″ compass
Alpha autopilot
Raytheon V820 depth sounder
Coastal Navigator DS1010B depth sounder
Furono 1720 Radar
Magellan Nav 5200DX GPS
Signet Knotmeter
Signet Depth
Signet Windpoint
ACR 406 EPIRB (needs recertification and battery)
Sony CD Changer and receiver

Ground Tackle
45LB CQR
20KG Bruce
250′ of 3/8″ chain
Ideal horizontal 12VDC electric windlass

Other Equipment
Espar D7L diesel fired forced air heat
Faryman 4KW diesel power generator
Engine driven + 115VAC holding plate ice box conversions– freezer and refrigerator sections
Paratech sea anchor
4″ brass clock and barometer

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1976 Bristol Channel Cutter

The Bristol Channel Cutter has achieved unprecedented respect as a capable & safe passagemaker. Dozens of these handsome, stout vessels have made ocean crossings, circumnavigations and are used as cruising homes by sailors who prefer simplicity, integrity and economy in their choice of boats. Few yachts have a more devoted, if not fanatical, group of owners. Vixen is hull #2 of the B.C.C.’s to be built by Sam Morse Co. (previous hulls were built in Vancouver, BC), and was hand finished by designer Lyle Hess’s right hand man, Craig Johnson.

Her joiner work is esquisite, her custom bronze hardware would be impossible to duplicate today. Highly recommended to those who seek the highest quality in a well proven cruising classic; a truly special boat.

Recent upgrades include:

New Yanmar 3GM30F fresh water cooled engine with less than 20 hours
Custom Sunbrella full boat cover for complete winter protection and coverage
Upgraded aluminum propane tanks with new safety valves
Rebuilt rudder with old-growth fir and fresh coats of varnish

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Dimensions
LOA: 39 ft 0 in
Beam: 10 ft 0 in
LWL: 26 ft 3 in
Length on Deck: 28 ft 1 in
Minimum Draft: 4 ft 7 in
Displacement: 13800 lbs
Ballast: 4200 lbs

Engine
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 3GM30F
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 20
Propeller: 2 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 24 HP

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: Plastic (70 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 Aluminum (20 Gallons)

Electronics
VHF – ICOM IC-M56
Compass – SESTRAL

Hull Information
Schedule: 1.5 oz mat and 24 oz roving = 1 unit
1 1/2oz mat
1 1/2 oz mat and 10 oz cloth
1 1/2 oz mat and 18 oz roving
Five units, one at a time
1.5 oz mat * 24 oz roving up the gunnels, five more units under water, two more extra units in keel area
Minimum hull thickness: > 3/8″ at sheer, > 5/8″ at waterline, > 1″ keel area
Hull strengtheners – longitudinal, floors, etc: Laminated false frames glassed in from the sheer clamp to the cabin sole prior to construction of built-ins.
Deck (beams, etc): 1 1/4″ yellow cedar over 1/2″ plywood bolted through hull flange on 6″ centers. Deck beams are support flanges bolted through 1 5/8″ by 3 3/4″ full length on 14″ centers.
Hull to deck joint type and fastenings: sheer clamp, bolted through hull and bulwark stanchions locks on 14″ centers.
Bulkheads: marine plywood: painted and trimmed in mahogany. Key hole bulkheads.
Ceiling: Yellow cedar planking, primarily finished bright, except behind the / no molded interior.
Hull colors: House: off white; Hull topsides: Green; Underbody: Blue anti fouling

Deck Equipment
Bronze spreaders and bronze hardware, bronze boom horse and parrels
Bronze deck hardware: closed chocks and cleats
Full deck canvas cover
Canvas sail covers

Rigging
Tanbark sails in generally good condition. Most very little use.
Shrouds and stays are 1:19 SS with open turnbuckles in good order.
Chainplates are bronze, and all in very good condition.

Other
Anchors: (1) CQR and (1) Bruce
Stove: Luke Heritage 2 Burner
Toilet: Marine Manual
Bilge pump: Heavy duty WHALE Gusher manual bilge pump @ 30GPM
Heating System: Wood sailor stove
Opening port lights: four round bronze with double dogs
Ice box: yes
Mattress pads and cushions in good condition
Brass lamp
Amplifier with Sony Speaker System
Dinghy with new 6 HP engine

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1977 Fuji 35

Hooligan is a fine example of the Alden designed 35-foot Fuji ketch. She’s powered by a Yanmar 3HM35F, has newer batteries, Prosine battery charger/inverter and Matrix tank monitor. She features Raymarine and TackTick instrumentation, including autopilot, speed, depth and wind. The Iverson dodger, sail covers and bimini canvas are all in good condition. The interior is clean and leak free. This is a wonderful boat at a great price.

The John G. Alden office has been known for years for producing fine performing yachts. The Fuji follows in this tradition. It is of a hull form that traces its model back to the well-known Alden schooners. The sheer and other aesthetic treatments on the hull are done with impeccable taste. The beam on deck is generous. This makes for a very dry boat and has the bonus of affording large side decks and a huge cockpit area. While the Fuji won\’t point like an IOR racing yacht, she will move to weather well, to cruising boat standards. The keel is long but cut away slightly forward to improve maneuverability. The large transom and the minimum overhang of the mizzen boom is ideal for attaching a self-steering device. The displacement / length ratio of the Fuji 35 is 413. This indicates the Fuji is in the heavy displacement area.

Very few people can go below a Fuji for the first time without some sort of pleasant exclamation. The woodwork is of a quality that is all but extinct and has to be one of the main selling points of the Fuji. The builder is Fuji Yacht Builders, Japan. The molding details are some of the best that can be found on a production yacht. Wood lovers will feel right at home. The builder has gone to the trouble of matching all the grains, and the overall impression is beautiful. The layout of the Fuji is quite simple and a time-proven winner.

December 2015 Survey: “This boat is exceptionally clean and well maintained.””…found to be a well-constructed, appointed, and comfortable vessel.”

– New bottom paint & zincs Aug 2015
– Bottom pressure washed, sanded Aug 2015
– New batteries summer 2014
– All sails new in 2005
– Transmission rebuilt 2011

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1988 Buehler Grizzly Bear Double Ender

George Buehler “Grizzly Bear” design double ender full keel cutter with boomkin bowsprit.

Tzegunka is a nice, stout coastal cruiser built in Coos Bay, Oregon using locally sourced Port Orford Cedar, Douglas Fir, Pacific Yew, Yellow Cedar and White Oak. Launched in 1988, her keel is cement and lead, encased in steel. Topside decking is cotton caulked. The mainsail is stretched, but usable. The second staysail has seen very little use.

Tzegunka is ideal for the person looking for a classically designed boat that’s ready to be outfitted to fully meet their own vision. She’s rigged as a Bermudan Cutter, with an aluminum Le Fiell mast and solid Douglas Fir boom. Standing rigging is 1×19 SS with NaviTec 316 turnbuckles, SS 1/4 x 1 1/2″ chain plates, SS back stays and Schaefer deck hardware. 3 Harken 8 halyard winches, 4 bronze Southcoast sheet winches are on deck.

The engine is a Westerbeke Model M-40, 4 cylinder, with 2 Racor filters and approximately 1,900 hours on the clock.

In the cabin, there’s 56″ of headroom. The galley features a 2 burner Force 10 propane stove, double basin SS sink and 12V cooler. The boat features simple piping for faucet and manual foot pump. No head is currently fitted. Forward, there’s a large V-berth with a nice raised hatch, cabinet and large shelf. The bunk has an opening to the chain locker with access to capstan hydraulics. Ground tackle includes 175′ of 5/16″ chain + 160′ of 3/4″ polyester line on 33lb Bruce primary and 100′ of nylon line + 50′ of 5/16″ chain on 15lb Danforth secondary anchor.

Tzegunka has both 12V DC and 120V AC shorepower. Soft solar panels are fitted on top of the house over the entry hatch with power regulated by a Morningstar Sunsaver 10 solar controller. Navigation and comms equipment is straightforward, with Danforth Constellation compass, Si-Tex 850 VHF and Garmin 120 GPS.

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