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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

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

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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2009 Hunter 27

Recently surveyed and priced well below survey value, Trumpeter is a 2009 Hunter with roller furling main and jib, cruising spinnaker, MAX prop, custom companionway doors, Webasto FA diesel heater, Raritan head, complete electronics with depth, speed, wind direction, autopilot and Garmin GPS plotter.

A compact cruiser, it will sleep four. Folding wheel, 2 speed main sheet. Complete cockpit cushions, 2 AGM Group 31 batteries with charger and monitor. SmartPlug Shore power. ICOM VHF radio with remote in cockpit. Fortress anchor, chain and line.

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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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1957 Vintage Woody Lightning

The boat is in excellent condition and ready to sail. Mahogany deck, pine flooring, cedar planking on oak frames. Sails were new in 2011, main, jib and spinnaker. The hull is wrapped in fiberglass cloth with epoxy resin. Kick up rudder and mild steel centerboard. She has a 28 foot tall Spruce mast and all rigging new in 2011. Excellent trailer with new axle and wheels/tires. Full Sunbrella cover and rope pockets.

I am looking for a owner who can giver her a proper home. Willing to consider offers or trade for similar priced full sized pickup. Asking $4,000

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1993 Caliber 40

Hello World is ready and itching to go cruising; just cut-the-docklines! She’s sailed up and down North America from Alaska to Mexico and is ready to go farther afield.

Here’s a short list of equipment:
* Iverson dodger, bimini and full cockpit enclosure
* Skookum ground tackle
* Custom-built high efficiency refrigeration system
* Roller furling sail plan that can be operated from the cockpit
* Modern navigation equipment, including Garmin chartplotter and radar
* Refit mast and new rigging
* Fiberglass RIB with Johnson 15hp outboard & dinghy davits
* 240W solar panel array and MPPT controller
* Single side band radio (SSB) with Pactor II modem
* Exhaustive list of cruising equipment

For more information and a metric ton of photos, check out our website.

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2004 Hanse 411 Skaggerak

Skaggerak is a wonderful example of a German-designed and European-built elegant performance cruiser. She has a very easily driven hull and a simple sail plan. She has been well maintained and offers a great layout for cruising the Pacific Northwest with your family. She has a spacious master cabin forward and a large double quarter berth port side aft. The head is in the center of the boat, which makes it convenient to both cabins.

She’s had one owner since new and had regular updates. She has a new Quantum headsail and an upgraded saildrive. Full records are available to the new owners.

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