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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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1978 28′ Skipjack

Solid Skipjack with only 200 hours in the water in its lifetime. Sitting on a like new $10,000 trailer. Now in the Palm Springs area in my covered storage. Needs a good polishing and one engine replaced. Was on the trailer in the driveway with the plug in and rained a ton and got water in one of the twin 350 Indmar engines. Easy to replace for under $3,000.

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1981 41′ CHB

If you are seeking a very solid vessel that runs great, starts great and will get you where you want to go, this is it. It starts for me every time. Effortless, just push the button and it starts. Both engines are the same and run great. I would take this vessel anywhere that I had the fuel range for. See more at: www.webworldusa.com

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1979 Grand Banks Europa 42 Dutchess

Price Reduced! Dutchess is a well preserved original vessel that has been boathouse kept and meticulously maintained. Covered cockpit and side decks make this an ideal PNW cruising vessel!

Engines
Total Power: 240 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Ford
Year Built: 1979
Engine Model: Lehman 120
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Port
Engine Hours: 2515
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 120 HP
Engine 2:
Engine Brand: Ford
Year Built: 1979
Engine Model: Lehman 120
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Starboard
Engine Hours: 2515
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 120 HP

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: Aluminum (278 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (600 Gallons)

Accommodations
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1

 

To find out more about Dutchess visit nwexplorations.com.

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1983 Grand Banks 42MY

Price Reduced! Mei Lee is a well-maintained up-galley 42 Motoryacht. Still owned by her original owners, Mei Lee was ordered by a buyer who was not able to take delivery. While in Singapore touring the GB factory, her current owners saw her in the yard and made arrangements with Bob Livingston, then CEO of GB, to purchase her on the spot. They requested that the factory make some thoughtful modifications to meet personal preferences and had her delivered to San Diego where they enjoyed her for 9 years. In 1992, they brought her up the coast on her bottom to her current home of Olympia where they live aboard her during cruising season. This has been a second home for her owners and their love of and devotion to her is evident. After 32 years of ownership, they have decided it is time to leave the boating life and pass on the stewardship of Mei Lee to the next owner. Step aboard and let her show you that pride of ownership. She’s a lovely yacht with an amazingly spacious interior in an easily-manageable length.

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1979 36′ Universal Trawler

This is a heavily constructed semi-displacement trawler. Its single Lehman diesel is extremely reliable and fuel efficient. Over the last two years the owner has made many improvements including bow thruster, Force 10 propane stove with oven, refrigerator and high output alternator. Sallie B has just had a fresh bottom job and varnish and is ready for cruising the Northwest.

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Boat Name
SALLIE BSpecs
Builder: Universal Litton
Hull Shape: Semi-Displacement

Dimensions
LOA: 36 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 6 in

Engines
Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Ford
Engine Model: Lehman 271 SE
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 5180
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 120 HP

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: Aluminum (200 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (400 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: Plastic (20 Gallons)

Accommodations
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2

AccommodationsSpacious salon is located mid-ship and has a convertible dinette with galley forward.

The V-berth guest stateroom is forward with private head with manual flush toilet, hot and cold pressure water and shower.  The master stateroom is aft and includes a double berth, hanging locker and stowage.  Private head with fiberglass tub with shower.

Galley· AC/DC refrigerator-freezer (new 2014)

· Force 10 stainless steel 3-burner propane cooktop with oven & safety switch

· Microwave oven

Electrical· Magnum 2800 inverter/charger

· (6) Group 31 gel cell batteries (new 2014)

· Shore power cord & isolator switches

· Shore power inlet

· Electrical circuit:  110V

Electronics and Navigation· Garmin GPS map 740S radar (new 2014)

· GPS and sounder

· Standard Horizon VHF (new 2014)

· Compass

· Radar detector

· CD player w/cockpit speakers

Deck and Hull· Lewmar bow thruster (new 2014)

· Lewmar electric power windlass (new 2014)

· Davits

· Bimini top

· Canvas covers

· Teak sidedecks

· Teak cockpit

· Swim ladder

· Tender

· Radar reflector

· Fresh bottom paint, gear, rudder extension, zincs & brightwork completed March 2015

Engine and Mechanical· Single Ford Lehman 271 SE diesel engine (approx. 5180 hrs. 8/4/15)

· Electric bilge pump

· Marine head

· Lectra San MSD USCG Type III

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32′ Grand Banks Sedan

“RIPPLE” is a good example of a very well maintained Grand Banks Classic Sedan 32. She has been consistently well maintained and upgraded by her owner of 15 years. See full specifications for all of her upgrades and call to set an appointment to view her at Shilshole Marina.

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