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  2. Island Packet 27

    Island Packet 27

    Washington, North Carolina, Vereinigte Staaten
    1985
    €23.874

    A true gunkholer version of the original Island Packet 27 line! Naval Architect Bob Johnson made only a small number of this full model of the IP 27 as a shoal draft: these boats aren't seen on the market very often. This shoal draft model reduces the full keel draft from 3'10" down to 2'8" replacing that part with a centerboard to use as needed when heading upwind.  This is done without impacting performance, with over 6' headroom and wide beam, identical to the full keel model, while the centerboard remains hidden within the keel.   Salty Dog is an early (Hull #12) model of this special design made to carry her owners into the smallest nooks along the coastline, especial areas similar to those along the Atlantic Intra-Coastal Waterway, the Albemarle and Pamlico Sounds, the Bahamas and other islands to the south, all of which she has visited in her past.  The Island Packet 27 or IP27 is the first model of the illustrious Island Packet models designed by Robert K Johnson and was introduced in late 1984, continuing in production though 1992. The design carried forth the popular Bombay Express catboat inspired basics, but turned it into a true cruising boat by lengthening it a bit and broadening the beam and raising the deck and cabin top to give better headroom, thus giving it a much roomier cabin, as well as improved stiffness in handling. The IP27 is 26’ 6” in hull length on deck, plus about 3’ more for a well designed wide bowsprit and anchoring platform, and with a beam of 10’ 6” and a displacement of around 8,000 pounds.  This model is makes it a perfect smaller cruiser that can get into those enticing backwater areas that most others need to bypass. She only draws 2’ 8” with the board up, a savings in draft of of 14”, while increasing that to 6’ with it down when when going to windward in deeper waters. This vessel is equipped with a cutter rig that increases its ability to handle a wide variety of wind and sea conditions to safely give a great ride, no matter what conditions are encountered. Salty Dog is also set up to enhance single handled operations with most lines run aft to the cockpit for ease sail trimming and two tier lifelines are provided all around.   Recent changes on her include upgrading the engine to a Yanmar 3YM30 (27HP) engine with professional installation, replacing the hot water heater, replacing her original aluminum fresh water 31 gal tank, as well as the 12 gal wastewater tank with modern ABS plastic tanks that should last for many more years of satisfactory operation. In addition, the king post for the deck stepped mast was replaced to return the strength required to support the cabin top in that area. Also, the head was redesigned to provide some additional room within for more comfort using it. Much of the below decks decor has been updated, as well, while keeping with the original Island Packet standards as much as possible. Further, the centerboard lift cable was just replaced with a new SS cable to give many more years of service. She is further equipped with a quality Bimini and Dodger on SS tubing supports. She sports two anchors, a CQR and a Bruce, both with more than 150’ of chain and rope rodes.   Salty Dog was put on the hard last Fall, which allowed for her original gel coat bright sides to be polished and waxed to a perfect shine, as well as the bottom to be cleaned, scraped and sanded down and two coats of Interlux bottom paint to be applied. In the past, her bottom layers of FG were ground off and new biaxial cloth and epoxy were professionally applied. Though there are some small tasks required and being addressed still, she can soon be ready to get wet again and carry her new owner on adventures for many years ahead.

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  5. Fisher Trawler 38

    Fisher Trawler 38

    Washington, North Carolina, Vereinigte Staaten
    1978
    €71.908

    Timeless and seaworthy design with a full keel hull, common to fishing trawlers found in the rough waters of the UK. Dry and comfortable in rough seas.   The full walk around and high free board deck design will allow for safe and easy access to all sides of the boat. This will assist is accessing outside decks in times of rough weather or moving quickly from side to side when handling lines to dock/anchor the boat. Generous interior space will allow you to host weekend get away trips with friends or family, utilizing the convertible salon couch/bed as a second sleeping area. You could also use the extra space and efficient storage design to pack away essentials needed for extended cruising.  The galley is fully equipped for an extended stay. Dauntless is equipped with a 3 burner stove and an integrated oven to allow for meal preparation while underway. There is also abundant pantry space for dry stores and dishes. The main sleeping berth is spacious and comfortable. There is plenty of room for 2 in the queen size bed. It also has its own access to the common head and shower space. Under bed storage and hanging closet space will keep everyone clothes and essentials accessible.   All electronic systems have been recently updated sparing no expense. Duel Garmin HD radar systems and arrays and VHF. Dauntless is also equipped with TracVision TV5 (Satellite TV) for underway or import television.  Custom mast lowering/raising system allows you to access low bridge clearance areas or covered slips with the touch of a button.  The twin diesel power plant setup allows for easy dock handling and come-home capabilities if one engine was to malfunction away from port. An equipped fuel polishing/transfer system insures that you keep you engine's fuel system clean and running at peak performance.

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  7. Rhodes Continental

    Rhodes Continental

    Washington, North Carolina, Vereinigte Staaten
    1978
    €4.314

    This is a great trailerable cruiser for a couple that wants the amenities of a larger boat without the cost of high maintenance.  It is responsive and is fun and easy to sail.... If you want to race... no worries,  the PHRF rating is 258 which is very respectable for a trailerable 22' cruising boat. The Rhodes has a fairly long waterline at 20', and unlike most trailerable sailboats built today it uses a shoal keel with a centerboard built in. With the board up she draws 20" and 48" with board down. The hardware is good with Lewmar winchers, Schaefer blocks and stainless cleats.  The cockpit is large and wide, self bailing with bench seats on both sides and across the aft end of the cockpit.  The mast is hinged and stores the furling mainsail.  The mast is supported by 9 stays and shrouds:  forestay, 2 backstays, 2 upper shrouds, 2 forward lowers and 2 aft lowers.  The poptop provides 6'4" headroom with about 4' of sitting headroom and the boat can be sailed with the poptop up.  The cabin layout is roomy, open airy and liveable. The dinette area converts into a 6'6" double with 6' v' berths.    The galley and head are unusual for their completeness  and size in a boat this size.  The galley comes with a 4'6" counter with sink, stove and a front opening icebox. Plus there is lots of galley storage and both 12 DC volt and 110 volt AC outlets.     Sail area 110 sq.' 150% Genoa. Jib:  100 sq' Ballast 650 pounds.     GALLEY:  15 gallon water tank Extra deep sink with thru-hull discharge.  Front loading ice chest with adjustable shelves. 4 1/2' work counter with teak pin rail nosing Upper and lower cabinets with sliding doors.  Automatic electric water system. Built-in Stove with cutting board   CONSTRUCTION:   Hand Lay-up matt & roving. Foredeck and cabin roof about 1" thick. Ballast:  External: lead encased in fiberglass. Flotation: Molded foam under forward bunks and cockpit. Self Bailing:  Separate seat & floor drain systems, 3 outlets Chain plates: 9 s/s thru bolted spaced for even load distribution. Hull/Dec joining:  1/4" bolts at plates, 3/16" rivets elsewhere. Sheets: 3/8" braided Dacron.  Spars: Anodized Aluminum Rudder blade: Molded Fiberglass Rigging and Adjusters: Stainless Steel   ELECTRICAL:  3 ceiling lights, 1 wall lamp, electric faucet, 12 v auxiliary power outlet, separate port and starboard running lights on cabin, stern rail stern light, mast light for under power, heavy duty 12 v battery, fused and lighted control panel.

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  8. Cape Dory Typhoon 19

    Cape Dory Typhoon 19

    Washington, North Carolina, Vereinigte Staaten
    1974
    €14.286

    This restored 1974 classic Typhoon  is pristine and won't last long. The Cape Dory Typhoon Weekender's generous exterior teak coamings and trim radiate a warmth and beauty typical to all Cape Dory yachts. The Cape Dory Typhoon, "America's littlest Yacht", is one of the most popular sailboats ever built. There are more than 2,000 sailing from mountain lakes in the Rockies to the blue waters of the Atlantic, Pacific, and Caribbean.  The Typhoon is a joy to sail for beginner and expert alike. Carl Alberg designed her that way. The Typhoon's "full keel", with 900 Ibs. of molded-in ballast gives the Typhoon the feel of a larger boat, with the steadiness and stability not found in many larger designs. This classic features a deep, roomy cockpit with teak seats. You sit in her, not on her. There's ample dry storage space in a forepeak locker. The Typhoon  is the perfect boat tor learning the fundamentals ... she does what you want, smoothly and predictably. The Cape Dory Typhoon Daysaile, an honest uncomplicated craft to provide you with countless hours of sailing pleasure. The Weekender has the same "full keel" as the Daysailer. Carl Alberg designed her with moderate displacement and ample ballast for exceptional stability under sail. Her huge, comfortable 6 foot cockpit is self-bailing. Roller reefing and internal halyards leading to the cockpit combine for easy handling whether sailing with a crew or single-handed. Below decks, the cuddy cabin has a surprising amount of storage space.  NOTE...There are actually three models of Typhoons: the Weekender and TWO types of daysailers. One daysailer is completely open, the other (in profile) looks like a weekender without the portlight (it has an open cuddy). In the identification number, the Weekender has a "D" after the "CPD"  Racers The PHRF cruising rating of a Typhoon Weekender is about 295, and racing rating is 307 Comes with trailer. Ask about one of our new 6 hp Tohatsus if you want an outboard on delivery.  

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