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Wharf: Fiskars Finland Material: GRP Year: 1977 Lead Fin Keel Wheel steering 6 Berths Length: 10,24 m (33ft) Beam: 3,12 m Draft: 1,62 m Weight: 4,5t Displacement:
This is a unique opportunity to purchase 'Papa', a lightly used, USCG Documented, 1985 Nantucket Island 38 sailing yacht that has been well cared for by
'Kahana' is an on-deck 38’3” custom Benford Mercedes built by a cruising couple to circumnavigate. The brass wheel inside hooks up to cockpit tiller
1978 Tucker Design Charybdis MkII Steel Ketch A couple of years back, we picked up a 35’ modified Charybdis MkII steel ketch, designed by Robert Tucker,
''Querencia'' is an Endeavour 37, Tall Rig with Bowsprit, 'A Plan' Interior, Built 1982. This is a popular criusing sloop with a long keel designed for
'Sweet Sensation' is a cutter ketch-rigged sailboat custom built for her first owner in 1988 by Hughes Yachts in Ontario, Canada. This center cockpit design
'Aeolia', an Allied Yachts 32' Seawind Mk II Ketch, hull #111, built in 1979. The 32' Seawind Ketch exhibits superb sailing qualities, ideal for costal
'Beach House', a 1985 Endeavour 42 LOA: 42'3 LWL: 33'4 Beam: 13'4 Draft: 5'0 Mast Height above water:62'0 SORRY, NOW SOLD! This boat has served us well
Two ways of dealing with heavy weather at sea are heaving-to with a parachute sea anchor, or running-before under a drogue streamed from the stern, but which is the better option?
Proof Coil, High Test and BBB anchor chain all have their own attributes and shortcomings, so there's no one answer. But here's how to choose what's best for your boat
There are several types of boat cabin heater to choose from; direct heating fuelled by paraffin or diesel, or indirect hot water or blown hot air systems. But which, and why?
A properly thought out boat galley is a key component of an offshore cruising boat. So where should it be located, and what's the best arrangement for the individual galley components?
It's not for everyone, but if you're willing to make a few compromises, living on a boat just might be the best move you'll ever make
Ready to live the dream? Then browsing through this listing of live aboard boats for sale might just get you on your way...
Before going to the expense of installing an in-mast or in-boom mainsail roller reefing systems, you should take a look at the simple, dependable and inexpensive single line reefing system