Hanse 370

2008/37 ft/Coeur D Alene, ID

US$ 119,000US

Clean and lightly used 2008 Hanse 370 located on Lake Coer d' Alene, Idaho with a schedule to be moved to Seattle, Washington early June, 2024.

Current owners have lovely maintained this beautifully designed and outfitted 37 sailboat that feels like a 40.

** Preliminary LISTING with more information coming soon.

Sail Area

I : 49.25 ft
J : 13.58 ft
P : 47.25 ft
E : 16.92 ft
Working Sail Area : 941.00 sq ft
Additional Description
  • High quality marine plywood, mahogany veneer, satin varnish
  • Option: light cherry style, satin varnish
  • White bulkheads
  • Wooden door frames
  • Wood / Sandwich doors


  • According to Hanse colour selection

Forward cabin

  • Separated from saloon by a door
  • Large double berth
  • Combined locker
  • Shelves above berth

Aft cabin

  • Separated from saloon by a door
  • Large double berth
  • Combined locker
  • Shelf
  • Option: 2nd aft cabin with double berth and locker


  • Companionway steps
  • U-shaped settee area on starboard
  • Saloon table
  • Bar locker
  • Lockers and shelves
  • Curtain rails

Navigation area

  • 2 single seats on port side
  • Option: long bench
  • Chart table with storage between single seats
  • Electric switch panel

Head / Shower

  • Large head with separate shower stall
  • Marine toilet
  • Holding tank
  • Sea and deck discharge
  • Sink
  • Electrical drain pump
  • Mirror
  • Locker & shelves
  • 1 opening portlight
Additional Description
  • 12 V and 110 V / 230 V electrical circuits
  • Shore power 230 V incl. differential breaker
Battery charger
  • Battery charger 12 V / 20 Amp.
  • Main battery switch
  • 2 batteries 12 V / 80 Ah for engine and 12 V / 110 Ah for service
Electric control panel 12 V
  • Onboard electrics
  • Outlet 12 V
  • Voltmeter
  • Water / Fuel gauges
Electric panel 110 V / 230 V
  • Differential breaker
  • Outlet 110 V / 230 V
  • Separate switch for warm water heater
Interior lighting
  • in fwd. cabin
  • in aft cabin
  • in saloon
  • in galley
  • in head
  • in storage room
  • in engine room
Additional Description
  • Solid surface stone grey
  • Double stainless steel sink
  • 2-burner LPG gas with oven, gimbled
  • Gas system and self draining LPG bottle storage in cockpit
  • Lockers and drawers
  • Extra large 12v fridge of approx. 130 l, top and front loader with light
  • Trash can
Additional Description
  • Yanmar 3YM30, 21.3 kW / 29 HP, diesel engine
  • Saildrive
  • Fresh water cooling
  • 2-blade fixed propeller
  • Fuel tank stainless steel, approx. 140 l
  • Fuel infill on deck
  • Sea water strainer
  • Fuel filter / Water separator
  • Revolution counter
  • Engine hour meter
  • Engine room sound insulated
Additional Description
  • White hull with blue double waterlines
  • Waterline and cove line laid in the gelcoat
  • Options for different hull colour according to Hanse colour selection
  • GRP sandwich construction hand laid
  • Bulkheads laminated to hull and deck
  • GRP strongback
  • Option: Hull built with prepreg fibreglass fabrics in epoxy, vacuum bagged with CorecellTM foam, postcured
Additional Description
  • White deck
  • Hand laid sandwich construction
  • Non-slip deck surface on coach roof
Deck Equipment
  • Self-draining anchor locker with lockable hatch
  • Self-draining cockpit with large lockable storage
  • 2 opening hatches (fwd. cabin, saloon)
  • 9 opening acrylic glass windows with aluminium frames
  • 1 deck ventilation
  • 4 mooring cleats
  • 2 self-tailing halyard winches 40 AST
  • 2 self-tailing genoa winches 40 AST
  • Halyards lead aft to cockpit
  • Control lines covered on the coach roof
  • 2 winch handles
  • Cold shower on aft deck
  • Bow fitting with anchor roller and integrated socket for gennaker pin
  • 10 halyard stoppers
  • Genoa tracks
  • Split pulpit
  • Pushpit with ensign staff socket
  • Sliding hatch garage
  • Sliding hatch
  • Drop board
  • Double stainless steel safety rail
  • Handrails
  • Teak on cockpit seats
  • Teak on cockpit bottom
  • Swimming ladder
Additional Description
Navigation lights
  • Steaming light
  • Bow light
  • Stern light
  • Anchor light
Navigation instruments
  • Illuminated compass
  • Depth sounder
  • Log
Rig and Sails
  • 9/10-rig
  • 2 spreader anodised aluminium mast and boom
  • Furling system for jib
  • Hanse single line reefing system (cockpit handling)
  • Rod kicker
  • Stainless steel standing rigging
  • Backstay adjuster
  • Main and jib halyard lead aft to cockpit
  • Main and jib sheets
  • Main sheet traveller on coach roof
  • Main sail fully battened with 2 reefs
  • Maindrop system with Lazy Jacks; colour: light-grey
  • Self-tacking jib with traveller
  • Boom topping lift
  • Performance composite iron /lead keel
  • Draft: 1.95 m / 6?4??
  • Option: Shallow draft 1.60 m / 5?2??
  • Stainless steel keel bolts
Plumbing System / Fresh Water
  • Fresh water, capacity approx. 300 l
  • Water infill on deck
Hot water
  • Warm water heater, running from engine
  • or immersion heater 110 V / 230 V
  • Electrical pressurised water system
  • Faucets in galley and head
Manufacturer Provided Description
The 370 is representative of the Hanse line. It started with ideas for a new Judel/Vrolijk construction, called "Schuddelfrost", a concept yacht based on a 371. She was a fantasy workshop and testing unit. We became 3rd over all in the Nord LB Baltic Spring Cup, 2nd at Gotland Runt to name only a few of our successes. "Schuddelfrost" validated our cross-over-concept: maximum beam, maximum speed and maximum living comfort.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  • Boat NameALACRITY
  • Model370
  • Model Year2008
  • LOA37.25 ft
  • Engines Total Power29 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine Power29|horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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Hunter 356

2003/36 ft/Portland, OR

US$ 79,000US

The Hunter 356 West of the Moon is a one-owner boat, is well equipped, and is in great condition. Includes Dodger & Bimini, Radar, autopilot chart plotter, diesel forced-air cabin heat, electric windlass, in-mast fulring main & furling genoa, Max Prop, Dripless Shaft, and much more.

  • Two Cabin Layout
  • Large Aft Cabin with Queen Size Berth
  • Galley to Starboard as you enter the boat
  • Enclosed Head to Port as you enter the boat
  • Nav Desk
  • Full length settee to port forward of Nav desk
  • U-Shape Dinette that converts to a Double Berth to Starboard
  • Forward Cabin has Large V-Berth and Hanging Lockers
  • Teak Bulkheads and Trim throughout the boat
  • Teak and Holly Cabin Sole
  • 6'4" Headroom
  • Galley to starboard as you enter the boat
  • U-Shape Galley w/Corian Counter Tops
  • Adler-Barbour Top Loading Refrigeration and Freezer
  • Double S/S Sink
  • Hot and Cold Water Pressure
  • 6 Gallon Hot Water Heater
  • Force 10 Gimbaled 2 Burner LPG Range with Oven
  • Shore-Power Connection with cord and outlets throughout the boat
  • 20 amp Battery Charger
  • House Batteries 
  • Engine Starting Battery
  • Electric Anchor Windlass
  • Diesel Forced Air Furnace
  • Tank Indicator 
  • Raymarine RL70C Color Radar/Chart Plotter
  • Mast Mount Radar 
  • Autohelm 4000 Wheel Autopilot
  • VHF Radio
  • Compass
  • Knotmeter
  • Depthsounder
  • Wind Speed 
  • Stereo 
Sails & Rigging
  • In-Mast Furling Mainsail with Selden mast and boom
  • 110% Roller Furling Genoa
  • Rigged for Spinnaker, including mast sheaves, blocks, lines and winches
  • B & R Backstayless Rig with SS Traveler Arch
  • Lewmar Folding Wheel 
  • Selden Furlex Furler 
  • Selden Rod Kicker
  • Lewmar Self Tailing Winches (4)
Deck and Cockpit
  • Electric Anchor Windlass
  • Delta Anchor with Chain and Line Rode
  • Sternrail Seats with drink holder for each
  • Walk-through Transom with swim platform and ladder
  • Transom Shower
  • Cockpit table with 4 drink holders
  • Dodger Frame Only (no Canvas) 
  • Bimini Frame Only (no Canvas)
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  • Boat NameWest of the Moon
  • Model356
  • Model Year2003
  • LOA35.5 ft
  • Engines Total Power27 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine Model3GM30F
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power27|horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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Bruce Roberts Pilot House

2003/53 ft/Portland, OR

US$ 149,900US

"Nevermore" is a classic Bruce Roberts designed 53 ft steel cutter with a steel deck.
She was designed and built for safety and serious offshore cruising and is certainly capable of not only doing time in the tropics, but also taking on the Northern or Southern-most latitudes- and keeping you safe and comfortable in the process. The size and displacement provide a greater comfort in large seas not found on most vessels.  Current owner has done extensive upgrades.   


Pilot House Layout w/Raised Wheelhouse Design.  Interior has large aft cabin with private head.  Linear Galley amidship on Starboard. Large salon with credenza, settee and dinette table.  Forward master cabin with pullman berth and forward is a private head with separate shower stall. 

  • Two Cabin Layout
  • Captain Chair in Wheelhouse 
  • Pilot Berth in Wheelhouse 
  • Pilot Berth in Wheelhouse 
  • Crew Bench in Wheelhouse 
  • Salon Sette w/Dinette Table
  • Wood Burner Stove in Salon 
  • Webasto Hydronic Heater K LCD TV 
  • Linear Galley on Starboard
  • Teak and Beech Cabin Floor 
  • 6'3" Headroom
  • S/S Double Sink
  • Hot and Cold Pressurized Water 
  • Force 10 3 Burner Propane Stove /Oven 
  • Norcold Front Loading Refrigeration and Freezer 
  • 110v Microwave
Forward Cabin
  • Pullman Queen Berth 
  • Splendide Washer and Dryer (under berth)
  • Ample Storage 
  • Custome Tool Storage with Butcher Block Workbench 
  • Private Head w/Separate Shower Stall 
  • Raritan Electric Head 
Aft Cabin
  • Queen Berth 
  • Two Single Berths 
  • Private Head 
  • Flat Screen TV 
Sails & Rigging
  • Ketch Rig 
  • Ballenger Mast
  • Ballenger Mizzen  
  • Harken Lazy Jacks on) Main
  • Harken Lazy Jacks on Mizzen 
  • Tides Strong Track (new)
  • Harken Furler (new)
  • Adjustable Inner Forestay 
  • Running Rigging Replaced from 2017-2019
  • Standing Rigging (2019) 
  • Quantum Dacron Main Sail (Cleaned/Inspected 2019)
  • Quantum Dacron Furling Genoa (Cleaned/Inspected 2015)
  • Quantum Dacron Staysail (Cleaned/Inspected 2015)
  • Quantum Dacron Mizzen Sail (Cleaned/Inspected 2019)
  • Storm Sail (Never Used) 
  • 2 Lewmar 66, 3 Lewmar 48, 2 Lewmar 16 Winches 
  • Raymarine C120 Chartploter 
  • Raymarine Radar w/Mast Mount 
  • Raymarine ST60 Wind Meter
  • Raymarine ST60 Depth Meter 
  • Raymarine ST60 Knot Meter
  • Lewmar Bow Thruster w/Remote
  • Blue Sea Battery Monitor 
  • Standard Horizon Intrepid 
  • Shore power 50A/125V
  • Prosine Inverter/Charger 
  • Prosine Link Control Panel 
  • RED Dot Heater 
  • Webasto Hydronic Heater 
  • Isolation Transformer 
Engine Room
  • Under Pilot Wheelhouse with above engine and starboard access 
  • Volvo 115hp (1994) Deisel engine w/1010 Hours 
  • Group Starting Bank (2013) 
  • 4 - 4D House Banks (2017) Located Aft of engine room
  • 2 - AGM Batteries for the Windlass 
  • Hydraulic Steering 
  • 3/16" Steel, Multi-Chine Hull
  • 1/8" Skeg-Hung welded sheet steel over steel frame Rudder 
  • 1/4" Steel Fin, 17,000lbs Lead-Ballast 
  • 3/16" Planking 
  • 1/4" Steel V-Type Welded Struts 
  • 3 Blade Bronze 22RH16 (20",18" Pitch) Prop
  • Dripless Packing Gland 
  • 55 1 3/4" Stainless Steel Shaft
  • Line Cutter System 
  • 5/16" Steel Plates for Cabin Structure 
  • Steel Plates for Deck Structure 
  • 19 Newfound S/S Metals Opening Ports (2014)
  • 3 - 40 Series Lewmar Hatches (2014)
  • 1 - 70 Series Lewmar Hatch (2014)
  • Custom Insulated S/S Companionway Door 
  • Tempered Safety Glass, Bridge Ports 
  • Maxwell 3500 24v Windlass (new motor 2016)
  • 88lb Rocna Vulcan 35  
  • 300; 1/2" G4 Chain 
  • 66lb Bruce/Claw Anchor (Back up Anchor)
  • 47lb Fortress Anchor FX85
  • Shore Line "Supersize" Stainless Steel Stern Reel
  • AR300 Anchor Rescue (2010)
  • Davit System  
Additional Information
  • Last Bottom Paint May 2023
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  • Boat NameNevermore
  • ModelPilot House
  • Model Year2003
  • LOA53.25 ft
  • Engines Total Power115 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandVolvo
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power115|horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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Hunter 40.5

1995/40 ft/Portland, OR

US$ 85,000US

The Hunter Legend 40.5 was one of the most popular cruisers on the market and have an excellent reputation of being fun easy boats to sail. The Hunter 40.5 was built for strength, performance without sacrificing comfort below.  The interior is a striking balance of style, comfort and function.  Dual staterooms with dual heads and showers.  Large Salon offering tremendous comfort for extended cruises. The galley, finished in Corian, features a large top and front loading fridge and freezer combo, deep double sinks, and a three burner stove with oven. 

Tango is a great example of the 40.5. This boat has been kept on the fresh waters of the Columbia River and is currently being sold by her second owner. With all new exterior canvas and less than 200 engine hours this boat is a must see.

See full specs for a detailed list of features on Tango

  • 6'6" Headroom
  • U-Shape Dinette Table w/Double Berth insert option
  • Upgraded Upholstery
  • Forward Facing Nav Station
  • Dual Enclosed Heads 
  • Dual Staterooms
  • Aft Queen Berth with ample storage space 
  • Forward Berth 
  • Corian Counter Tops 
  • built in Corian spice rack 
  • Double S/S Sinks
  • CNG 3 Burner Stove with Oven
  • Adler Barber Refrigeration Top Loading and Front Loading
  • Adler Barber Freezer Top Loading
  • Generous Dry Storage, Wine & Glass Rack
Electronics and Electrical
  • Autohelm Knot Meter
  • Autohelm Depth Meter
  • Apelco helm mounted waterproof marine radio
  • 12V plug at the chart table 
  • 110 Shore Power
Sails, Rigging and Canvas
  • Full Batten Mainsail
  • 135% North Jib w/UV Cover 
  • Harken Jib Furler
  • Cabin top Travler 
  • 2 #44 Lewmar cabin top self-tailing winches 
  • 2 #48 Lewmar self-tailing winches 
  • Dodger with Cockpit Cover Option
  • Bimini (newer)
  • Dodger (newer)
  • Custom Mainsail Cover (newer)
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  • Model40.5
  • Model Year1995
  • LOA40.17 ft
  • Engines Total Power50 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine Power50|horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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Tartan 412

1990/41 ft/Portland, OR

US$ 99,500US



Owner says make an offer. He's a two boat owner!!


Design notes by Tim Jackett

The Tartan 412 features a long waterline medium displacement hull form with fullness in the ends. Coupled with firm U-shaped sections the 412 will offer performance easily realized by the short handed cruiser and appreciated by the racing sailor. The even distribution of hull volume produces a shape which stays uniform and balanced as the boat heels.

Two keels are offered, a deep fin (7'6", 7600 lbs.) and a shoal draft Scheel (TM) keel (5'1", 7600 lbs.). The ballast is carried low giving the 412 the ability to comfortably utilize her powerful sailplan. A balanced spade rudder, on a properly sized 304 stain­less steel shaft, offers both low resistance and maximum control.

The tall masthead, double spreader, tapered rig features a large mainsail and high aspect ratio fore triangle for easy sail handling. The rig offers balanced sail sizes with a large main for good performance offwind and efficient headsail proportions for tight upwind tacking angles. Mainsail sheeting is on a housetop traveler and the headsail is sheeted to adjustable inboard genoa tracks for upwind work and a rail mounted track for reaching and running.

The Tartan 412 deck design anticipates frequent short-handed sailing and is engineered for safety and comfort with styling an important consideration. All sail controls are led to housetop winches and rope clutches, including single line reefing allowing the main
to be shortened from the cockpit. Double rails, lifelines and a tall teak rail offer crew security on her wide side decks and large foredeck. The cockpit is angled and contoured to offer com­fortable seating both at the dock and sailing. The helm position offers a raised hump seat for excellent forward visibility. Two lazarette hatches and a seat hatch provide ample access to cockpit storage

Forward and aft staterooms, each served by a private head, highlight the accommodation plan. The forward cabin berth is 6 1 8" long and 6'9" wide with abundant storage in drawers, lockers and shelves. Ventilation forward is provided by two dorades, two 7"xl0" vent hatches and the 24"x24" foredeck hatch. The aft cabin adjoins a full head with separate stall shower and boasts a 6'7"x6'0" berth, ample storage and excellent ventilation. All bunk cushions are 6" firm foam. 

In the main cabin, a drop leaf, adjustable table with satin varnish is flanked by a U-shaped settee to port and two over-stuffed chairs to starboard. Lockers outboard with large storage areas, liquor locker and an entertainment cabinet complete the main cabin.

From the Manufacturer

The Tartan 412 features a long waterline medium displacement hull form with fullness in the ends. Coupled with U-shaped sections the 412 will offer performance easily realized by the short handed cruiser and appreciated by the racing sailor. The even distribution of hull volume produces a shape which stays uniform and balanced as the boat heels.

The Tartan 412 deck design anticipates frequent short-handed sailing and is engineered for safety and comfort with styling an important consideration. All sail controls are led to housetop winches and rope clutches, including single line reefing allowing the main to be shortened from the cockpit. Double rails, lifelines and a tall teak rail offer crew security on her wide side decks and large foredeck. 

The cockpit is angled and contoured to offer comfortable seating both at the dock and
sailing. The helm position offers a raised hump seat for excellent forward visibility. Two
lazarette hatches and a seat hatch provide ample access to cockpit storage. 

Her interior fit and finish continues in the Tartan tradition; hand oiled, satiny smooth teak cabinetry, teak louvered locker doors and teak faced plywood bulkheads and risers. Ventilation is provided by 6 deck hatches, 11 aluminum opening ports and 4 dorades.

The Tartan 412 gains from the experience realized from our highly successful Tartan 40, The Tartan 412 gains from the experience realized from our highly successful Tartan 40, incorporating many of the custom feature:; which T-40 owners have specified. Since all tastes cannot be filled with a "one size fits all'' mentality, customization is welcomed on the 412 to produce a uniquely individual yacht. The Tartan 412, the elegant performer. 


  • LOA ................ 41'2" 
  • LWL ............... '31'5"
  • Beam ............. 12'8½"
  • Scheel Keel ..... 5'1"
  • Ballast .......... 8,000 lbs.
  • Displacement ... 18,500 lbs.
General info (original manufacturer info)


  • White NGP/ISO gelcoated hull, hand laminated with alternating layers of strand mat and uni­directional "E" glass. Fully balsa cored for stiffness. Gel-coat back-up layer is laminated using vinylester anti-corrosive resin for blister resistance.


  • White, off-white or sand gelcoat with a patterned non-skid deck, consisting of a balsa cored uni­directional "E" glass laminate. Hand laid with polyester resin.


  • 8000 lb. high lift lead fin or patented Scheel (TM) keel. Attached to hull with stainless steel bolts.


  • Foam cored rudder blade with unidirectional FRP skins. 3½" O.D. 304 stainless steel rudder post. Pedestal steering with 44" s.s. wheel. Emergency tiller supplied.


  • Structural fiberglass floor timbers bonded to hull. Bulkheads and risers are teak faced or pressure laminate faced plywood. Cabinetry and trim of hand rubbed teak. Cabin sole is varnished teak and holly. The overhead liner is teak battened FRP with strategically placed access panels. A selection of designer fabrics is available for interior upholstery.


  • Forward Stateroom:

             (1) 24" x 24" Lewmar Deck Hatch

            (1) 7" x 12" Lewmar Deck Hatch

           (2) 4" Chrome Dorades with Guards


  • Aft Stateroom:
    (1) 10" x 10" Lewmar Deck Hatch
    (1) 4" x 17" Bowmar Portlight
    (2) 4" x 14" Bowmar Portlights
  • Forward Head:
    (1) 7" x 12" Lewmar Deck Hatch
  • Aft Head:
    (1) 4" Chrome Dorade with Guard

    (1) 4" x 7" Bowmar Portlight
  • Main Cabin:
    (4) 4" x 17" Bowmar Portlights

         (1) 16" x 16" Lewmar Deck Hatch

         (1) Companionway Hatch

  • Galley:
    (1) 4" Chrome Dorade with Guard
    (2) 4" x 17" Bowmar Portlights

         (1) 10" x 10" Lewmar Hatch


  • 44 HP Universal diesel with pedestal mount controls and instrument panel
  • 50 gallon fuel capacity (approximately) with Racor fuel filter 
  • 17" fixed propeller on stainless shaft
  • (2) 105 amp hour batteries with battery selector switch
  • Interior cabin dome lights and berth directional lights
  • Courtesy night lighting
  • Navigation lights
  • Electric bilge/auto-sump pump
  • 12V DC metered panel
  • 110 VAC shore power with distribution panel
  • 50' shore power cord
  • 10 gallon stainless steel hot water heater


  • 3 burner gimballed CNG stove with oven
  • Double stainless steel galley sinks - 9" deep
  • Molded top and front load icebox, (ref rig. optional) 4" foam insulated
  • Built-in trash bin
  • Hot and cold pressure water and manual fresh­water hand pump
  • Extensive lockers, shelves and drawers. Teak louvered doors and teak hardwood
  • 120 gallons fresh water (aluminum tank with gauge


  • (2) Marine heads with "Y'' valves and 16 gallon t1olding tanks with deck pumpouts
  • (2) Shower fixtures in heads with drain to sump
  • Molded FRP sinks


  • Forecabin with lockers, hanging locker, and 4 drawers; berth is 7'0" x 6'9"
  • Furniture grade bunk cushions and seats
  • Main cabin with teak hardwood cabinets throughout
  • Main cabin settees fitted with 6" thick tapered cushions
  • Large storage area outboard of main cabin seat backs
  • Furniture quality, varnished pedestal table
  • FuII navigation station Navigation locker with storage space for elec­tronic installations
  • Aft double quarter berth with furniture quality cushion, 6'7" x 6'0"
  • Storage below quarter berth
  • Cockpit seat locker to port
  • Helm seat storage to port and optional propane gas storage to starboard



  • Polyurethane finished double spreader, tapered mast
  • 1" x 19" stainless steel standing rigging with turnbuckles
  • Bow light/foredeck illumination light
  • Masthead light
  • Mast wiring conduit
  • Internal halyard


  • Polyurethane finished boom
  • Single line slab reefing -one line reefs both luff, and leach
  • Internal 4:1 outhaul led aft to cockpit
  • (4) sheave outboard end
  • (4) sheave inboard endcap
  • 2-part boom topping lift


  • (2) Barient #32 STC (self tailing) primary winches
  • (2) Barient #24C halyard aft lead winches
  • (1) Barient #27 STC mainsheet winch
  • Double stainless steel bow and stern rails
  • Double lifelines
  • Swim ladder
  • Boarding gates port and starboard
  • Custom stainless steel stem plate with tack fitting and anchor roller
  • Teak toerails (aluminum toerails optional)
  • Teak and stainless hull rubstrake
  • S.S. bow mooring chocks with stainless steel cleats
  • S.S. mid-mooring chocks with stainless steel cleats
  • S.S. stern chocks with stainless steel cleats
  • Teak taffrail
  • Outboard track 1-¼" with (2) cars and (2) snatch blocks
  • Inboard genoa track Harken ball bearing with (2) wide sheave cars
  • (3) Barient winch handles
  • (5) Lewmar Express rope clutches for aft leads
  • Deck turning blocks for halyards and aft leads
  • 4-part mainsheet system lead to winch
  • Mainsheet traveler with tag line adjustment
  • Cast aluminum mast collar with stainless aft lead plates
  • On deck drains to waterline outlet
  • Housetop teak handrails
  • Manual deck mount bilge pump
  • Ritchie SP-5 binnacle compass
  • Fore and aft dorade guards


  • (1) wire/rope genoa halyard
  • (1) low stretch main halyard
  • (2) Dacron genoa sheets
  • (2) traveler tag lines
  • (2) reeflines
  • (2) Adjustable genoa car tag lines


  • Colored hull
  • Contrasting non-skid color
  • Deep or Scheel keel (no charge)
  • 40 amp battery charger
  • Propane stove with oven
  • Spinnaker gear
  • 2nd internal genoa halyard led aft
  • Boom vang
  • Steel storage cradle
  • Ship shades
  • Secondary winches



Owner Upgrades
  • Her hull is painted black with clear coat from Becker Enterprises. (This is a local shipwright, and was painted during the prior owners ownership.)
  • ~650 Ah of AGM Firefly batteries.
  • 220W solar array 
  • New foam and fabric cushions
  • B&G wind and depth sensors plus triton 2 displays at helm
  • All new canvas + a new bimini over-built to allow for more solar panels to be installed. 
  • Rebuilt the stainless steel hot water heater, and added modern safety equipment, temperature regulator and the correct pressure release valve. 
  • New bilge pumps
  • Replaced old aluminum water tanks with custom Stainless Steel tanks
  • New fresh water pump
  • Engine has been rebuilt
  • New Externally regulated 100A Balmar alternator
  • New front hatch.
  • Replaced all Cabin lights with LED
  • Installed a RACOR 500 fuel filter
  • New electric head in stern with new poly-x shield sanitation lines and y-valve (Thetford compass premium plus) 
  • New manual head in bow with new poly-x shield sanitation lines and y-valve (Rarity PHII household)
  • New shower handle in aft head and faucets throughout 
  • Sealed shower floor to stop water from leaking onto the floor outside the head. 
  • Replaced floor outside after shower and created access to under floor in that area. 
  • Replaced floor around mast and resolved wicking issue to the floor. 
  • New Genoa (not sure of the size, I think its a 125)
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  • Model412
  • Model Year1990
  • LOA41.17 ft
  • Engines Total Power44 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandUniversal
  • Engine ModelM50
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power44|horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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Hunter 43

1992/43 ft/Portland, OR

US$ 103,700US

The Hunter 43 is built to perform with style and comfort. She is fast, easy to sail, stable and comfortable. Thoughtful touches abound, like sail design that incorporates a fractional rig, swept-back spreaders and a full-roach main.  A slippery but stable hull design incorporates a bulb wing keel and a spade rudder. Below deck are the amenities that make Hunter famous. A huge salon with convertible dinette, gourmet galley and twin staterooms, each with enclosed head and shower. 

  • 6'6" Headroom 
  • Three Cabin 
  • Large U-Shape Dinette w/Custom Coffee Table 
  • Dinette Converts to double berth 
  • Forward Cabin with Private Head 
  • Double V-Berth
  • Queen Berth in Aft Cabin 
  • Access to Head from Aft Cabin  
  • 30 Gallon Holding Tank (2012)
  • Planar 6kw Forced Air Diesel Heater (2017)
  • Corian Counter Top 
  • 3 Burner CNG stove w/Oven (Inspected and Tested 2017)
  • 110V Microwave 
  • Double S/S Sink
  • Pressurized Hot and Cold Water 
  • 6 gallon Hot Water heater 
  • Top Loading Refrigeration (New Compressor & Evap Plate 2021)
  • Top Loading Freezer 
Sails & Rigging
  • Aluminum Spar 
  • Fractional Rig 
  • Hood Furler (2011)
  • Traveler on Cabin Top 
  • Doyler Stack Pack (2017)  
  • Full Batten Main (2021)
  • 130% Genoa 
  • 2-2 Speed Primary Winches
  • Lewmar 2 speed cabin top winch
  • Lewmar 2 speed cabin top Electric winch
  • S/S Lifelines 
  • Spinnaker, Main Halyard, Furling Line, Jib Sheets Replaced (2017)
Electrical and Electronics
  • Garmin 600 AIS Transceiver
  • Shore Power Inlet and Cord (2018)
  • Standard Horizon GX2200 w/Ram Mic 
  • Autohelm Knotmeter
  • Autohelm Depth Sounder
  • Autohelm Windspeed  
  • Autohelm Compass 
  • Raymarine ST6002 Autopilot 
  • Raymarine I50 Tridata 
  • Raymarine Radar 
  • Edson Radar Mast 
  • 32" Flat Screen TV w/DVD Player
  • West Marine Bluetooth Stereo w/Remote 
  • 2000W Inverter w/Remote and Battery Monitor 
  • Magnum Inverter/Charger 
  • 3 AGM Batteries (2013)
  • 3 AGM House Batteries (2017)
  • 1 AGM Starting Battery (2017)
  • 1 AGM Windless (2017)
  • LED Cabin Lights & Bulbs (2017)
  • Alternator Rebuilt (2017)
  • Dodger (2021)
  • Bimini (2021)
  • Full Enclosure Windows 
  • Doyle Stack Pack (2017)
  • Lewmar Folding Wheel (2017)
  • Sampson Lowrance Electric Windlass 
  • 175' Chain, 250' 5/8 Rode
  • Bruce Anchor 
Sail Area

IJPE : 839.00 sq ft
I : 50.00 ft
J : 15.83 ft
P : 50.00 ft
E : 17.75 ft
Working Sail Area : 839.00 sq ft
Additional Information
  • Campbell 3 Blade Prop (2010)
  • Outboard Motor Lift 


  • Lexan companionway door and lock
  • New Windlass motor
  • Stack Pack
  • Batteries (5)
  • Fresh water filter
  • LED lighting
  • SS lifelines
  • SS support lines on radar tower
  • Tach Repaired
  • 4 CNG Tanks - Tested and Filled 
  • Belts Replaced 
  • Fuel Pump Replaced 


  • Raymarine Axiom 9 Pro RVX plotter
  • Airmar B744V transducer & Tri-data display
  • Raymarine Quantum 2 wireless/wired Radar
  • Standard Horizon GX2200 VHF in nav station w/RAM mic in cockpit
  • West Marine Bluetooth RF stereo
  • Lewmar folding destroyer wheel
  • 2 coats ablative bottom paint
  • Planar diesel heater
  • Hyper-Vent mattress protection in aft cabin
  • Ultrasuede interior


  • Line cutter anode
  • New Halyards and sheets
  • Galley faucet
  • Forward head sump pump
  • Blackwater charcoal vent filter
  • Motion sensor light on radar tower
  • Packing gland
  • Dingy Davits


  • Evaporator plate and compressor for refrigerator
  • Magnum MS2000 Pure Sine inverter/charger w/remote MEARC
  • Dodger
  • Genoa repair
  • New Mainsail
  • Strong Track w/ SS slugs
  • Re-galvanized 125'anchor chain
  • 200ft New 5/8 anchor rode
  • Forward head toilet handle
  • Replaced 6' side windows (port and starboard)


  • Magnum battery monitor kit
  • Side 6ft windows reset w/ life seal
  • Vinyl window covers on all side windows
  • Bimini and enclosure


Replaced wind anemometer (broken by a bird!!) 

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  • Boat NameBliss
  • Model43
  • Model Year1992
  • LOA42.5 ft
  • Engines Total Power50 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power50|horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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Hans Christian 38 Mark II

1981/38 ft/Portland, OR

US$ 89,900US

A well cared for 1981 Hans Christian MKII with several recent upgrades. The MKII version improved upon the Hans Christian Traditional for better sailing. This heavy displacement double ender can take you anywhere while turning heads at the dock with its classic look. The current owner has sailed Uinta up and down the West Coast from Las Angeles to Washington. Schedule an appointment to check out this great boat and have a chance to own one of the 87 made.  

  • Two Cabin Layout
  • Centerline Island Galley 
  • Sleeps 6 
  • 6 ft of head room 
  • Master Cabin Pullman Berth  
  • Separate Aft Cabin 
  • Dickinson Newport Diesel heater 
  • Leather upholstery done in 2020 
  • Teak flooring 
  • Center Island layout 
  • Granite countertops installed in 2020 
  • 3 burner gimbled oven/stove
  • Hot/cold pressure water 
  • Stainless sink 
  • Top load icebox 
  • Large head up forward 
  • Automatic marine head with teak cover 
  • shower
  • hot/cold pressure water 
  • stainless sink
  • Macerator 
Sails & Rigging
  • Mast head cutter rig 
  • Helm steering 
  • Main sail 
  • staysail 
  • Harken roller furling 
  • 2 Barient #25 winches in the cockpit
  • 1 Barient # 21 Winch
  • Cabin top traveler 
Electrical and Electronics
  • 2 12 V batteries replaced 2019 
  • Shore power connection with cord 
  • 2000 watt inverter 
  • VHF radio
  • Rutland wind generator 
  • Garmin GPS/Chart plotter 
  • Furuno Radar (WIFI) 
  • Furuno FI-70 Display  
  • Auto/manual bilge pump 
  • Robinson auto pilot 
  • Stereo system  
  • Staysail cover 
  • Mainsail cover 
  • Helm Cover 
  • Manual Anchor windlass 
  • Duel anchors at the bow 
  • wooden deck boxes
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  • Boat NameUinta
  • Model38 Mark II
  • Model Year1981
  • LOA47 ft
  • Engines Total Power60 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandIsuzu
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power60|horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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Alerion Express 28

2007/28 ft/Portland, OR

US$ 72,900US

Alpenglow is one of the most elegant day sailers pioneered by the notable beauty of this Carl Schumacher design, which sailors instinctively pause to admire. Quality produced by Pearson Composites, utilizing the SCRIMP system of resin infusion by vacuum, the AE 28 also delivers outstanding performance under sail, and is specifically designed to be easily single handed.  With a fin keel and spade rudder providing exceptional maneuverability and stability, the Hoyt Jib Boom bringing off wind speed, and a 14-hp Yanmar Diesel Sail Drive adding reliable power, this beautifully balanced boat sets the standard for the ideal day sailer.


  • Teak and Holly Cabin Sole 
  • Large V Berth 
  • Porta Potty Space under V Berth 
  • Linear Galley Work Space
  • S/S Sink w/Cold Water Hand Pump 
  • Single Burner Alcohol Stove 
  • Large Port Setter (Single Berth)
  • Ice Box Cooler 
Electronics and Electrical
  • Raymarine Tiller Pilot
  • ComNav Mult Control Knot/Depth Meter
  • Icom VHF 
  • 12v and 110v Breaker Panel 
  • Shore-Power 
  • Battery Charger 
  • 110 Outlets 
  • Bulk Head Compass 
  • 12v Interior and Exterior Lights 
  • Two Group 24 Batteries 
Sail Area

Working Sail Area : 352.00 sq ft
  • Keel Stepped Fractional Mast 
  • Double Spreader 
  • Rigid Boom Vang
  • Harken Furling Unit 
  • Jib Self Tacking Boom 
  • Harken Traveler 
  • Lewmar Self Tailing Winches (4)
  • Bow, Stern Pulpit w/Lifelines 
  • Lazy Jacks 
  • Tiller (recent varnish)
Sails & Canvas
  • North Mainsail w/2 Reefs 
  • North Self Tacking Head Sail 
  • North Code 2S 
  • North Asymmetrical Spinnaker and Sock 
  • North #2 
  • Dodger (new windows) 
  • Cockpit Cushions 
  • Tiller Cover
  • Mainsail Cover 
Additional Information
  • New Yanmar Engine (2024)
  • All exterior teak varnished (2024)
  • Rail mount Lifesling 
  • ACR Eprib
  • Lifejackets 
  • Danforth Anchor and Rode
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  • Boat NameAlpenglow
  • ModelExpress 28
  • Model Year2007
  • LOA28.25 ft
  • Engines Total Power12 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power12|horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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Islander Cutter

1972/55 ft/Sechelt, BC

US$ 90,962.50CA

This Islander 55 hull was built by Islander/Tradewinds and designed by Bruce King  in 1972.  She was only commissioned in 2006. She has the traditional lines of a very fast boat with a centre board. The main is in-boom furling  and furling headsail. Powered by a 3 cylinder GM  producing 101 hp and 5 kw  Northern Lights generator. She is certainly is a very seaworthy boat to go offshore. Sails were put in 2006. 

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  • ModelCutter
  • Model Year1972
  • LOA55 ft
  • Engines Total Power101 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandGM
  • Engine Model353
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power101|horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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Jespersen Peterson 53

1988/53 ft/Vancouver, BC

US$ 327,302.25CA

"Kasatka" ex-Pachena is a spectacular one of a kind a custom Doug Peterson design and built by Bent Jespersen in Sidney, B.C. for fast cruising and long distance racing. "Kasatka" has won every race she has competed in. This is a rare opportunity to own this very special yacht!

The current second owner has maintained "Kasatka" in Bristol condition and the boat is in show condition ready for local or offshore adventures.

This is a rare offering for a Yacht that has appeared in movies. A show stopper at outstations, boat festivals and major yachting events.

Winter and Summer covers keep the bright work impeccable.

This is a must see for a serious yachtsman that appreciates quality.

Price reduced $25,000k  on June 4 to $449,900.00 



A luxurious main salon with U Shaped table and short settee opposite to starboard in Navy Blue leather. A Dickenson Adriatic Stove provides heat for winter cruising and keeps the below deck warm and dry. A large U shaped Galley is well equipped with extra large counter space, double sinks, Corian style counter tops, Fridge and Freezer, with a 3 Burner Force 10 Stove and Oven. 

Double aft Cabins with head accessed on the starboard side and private vip cabin behind the galley to port.

A forward facing navigation Station is well appointed with large screen for plotting new destinations.

Forward to port is a second head and the master stateroom with a large Island Berth.

The cockpit is large and spacious with great helm position aft. An aft deck behind the helm is a great dry spot in choppy weather.



Sail Inventory

New Spectra North Mainsail 2021 (unused)

New Spectra North Furling Jib 2021 (unused)

North Racing Mylar / Kevlar Genoa (older)

North Heavy Genoa (older)

Quantum Asymmetrical Spinnaker comes with Snuffer

North Symmetrical Spinnaker c/w Snuffer

North Jib (older and replaced in 2022)

North Main (older replaced in 2022)

Carbon Fibre Spinnaker pole for Symmetrical Spinnakers



Mast and Rigging

3 Spreader Custom Mast painted to match Hull color

Stainless Steel Standing Rod rigging

6 Lewmar Self tailing Halyard / Sheet winches

2 Lewmar Self tailing 3 speed  Primary winches

Navtec Hydraulic Backstay and Boom vang with Cockpit Remote panel

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  • Boat Name"Kasatka"
  • ModelPeterson 53
  • Model Year1988
  • LOA53 ft
  • Engines Total Power100 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandVolvo
  • Engine ModelTMD 31a
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power100|horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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Hughes 40-46 Tri

2019/46 ft/Ladysmith, BC

US$ 199,000CA

The Seller has just completed carbon ama daggerboards and trunks for Amilee to ensure that Amilee can both point high and be beached on her mini-keel as originally intended.  The Seller has also just ordered new squaretop main with lazy bag and genoa.  This boat will shortly be complete and ready to sail.  This is a rare opportunity for a trimaran sailor.  You've found a custom-built Kurt Hughes designed trimaran (extended to 46' for additional cruising comfort) that has never been sailed.  This trimaran has been carefully constructed from epoxy, foam, cedar strip, and carbon fiber over the course of a 5-year full-time build.  She has an extremely well documented build history.   You can view every stage of her construction.  She has a Kurt Hughes designed rotating carbon fiber wing mast and integral carbon fiber chainplates.  The rig is already in place and supported by Dyneema standing rigging.  All of her running rigging and supporting deck hardware is bedded in place.  The interior has been fitted out with all cabinetry, custom upholstery, 2 queen cabins, a separate head and shower with beautiful fixtures and surfaces.  She's been plumbed and wired.  Her systems are ready-to-go - twin helms, outboard hiking seats, hardtop bimini, 500 watts of solar, 2 generators, ground tackle, electric windlass, shore power, charger. . .  There is even a rough-in for a watermaker should you choose to add one.  The outboards hang in their nacelles ready to propel her off the dock.  The dinghy is even waiting on the tramps.  Unfortunately this trimaran has been poised in suspended animation since her launch in 2019.  Health forces sale.  Won't you introduce her to the world?  She is in the Canadian Gulf Islands at the foot of the Inside Passage upwind and up current of the world's best cruising.  Bring your cruising dreams to life now.  Email Matthew today for complete details and start cruising with speed, comfort, and style aboard a beautiful custom (and essentially new) trimaran.

Specifications & Equipment

Construction: 100% Epoxy sandwich construction
utilizing carbon fiber, PVC foam, wood strip and end grain
balsa.  Carbon Fiber wing mast and boom.

On Deck:

-4 helm positions (2 cockpit, 2 outboard hiking)

-2 x stainless steel destroyer wheels

-2 x outboard hiking seats

-Rotating carbon fiber rotating wing mast designed by Kurt Hughes

-Carbon/foam spreaders designed by Kurt Hughes

-20' carbon fiber boom

-Dyneema standing rigging with lashing

-Running backstays

-Stainless forestay

-Integrated chain plates designed by Kurt Hughes

-Harken curved traveller

-Harken Genoa Furler

-Harken asymmetrical Spinnaker Furler

-Garhauer blocks

-2 x Harken 50 winches

-4 x Harken 46 halyard and sheet winches

-1 x Harken 32 boom reefing winch

-All necessary deck gear – clutches, blocks, tracks, organizers, Garhauer cars (need to be installed when headsail is chosen)

-2 x Supertramp trampolines

-3 x Vetus aluminum hatches

-Cockpit hardtop bimini

-LED Cockpit lighting

-New ama daggerboards and trunks installed

-New UK squaretop main with lazybag on order

-New UK genoa on order

-New UK spinnaker on order



-2 x Mercury Prokickers 15 HP outboards with extended legs

-Dual engine control binnacle

-2 x Champion 2000 generators – 1 in each ama

-10 x 50-watt panels

-MT50 charge controllers & monitoring

-Maxwell windlass with wireless remote

-Bluesea Electrical Panel

-30 amp charger

-3 x Trogen AGM house batteries

-Optima engine & windlass battery

Electronics, Instruments, & Additional:

-Raymarine Axiom 12 GPS

-Cobra VHF

-20 lb Rocna anchor

-4 gallon 110 volt hot water heater

-Rough-in provided for future watermaker

-Inflatable dinghy


-4'x5’ white oak table in saloon with storage beneath

-8’ x 4’ upholstered saloon settee

-All LED cabin lighting

-11’ galley with 6' 3" headroom

-double stainless steel sink

-4 burner propane stove

-9 Cu ft. Fridge/freezer

-Pressure hot/cold water

-4 Gal. 110 watt Hot water tank

-Lots of stowage

-Glass sink on custom head vanity

-Separate toilet and shower compartments

-Forward cabin with 5'10" headroom

-Queen 6' 8" length v-berth

-Upholstered forward cabin lounge/bunk

-Aft Cabin with 5"10 headroom accessed from within or without

-Queen 6' 8" long aft berth


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  • Model40-46 Tri
  • Model Year2019
  • LOA46 ft
  • Engines Total Power30 hp
  • Number of Engines2
  • Engine BrandMercury
  • Engine ModelProkicker
  • Engine TypeOutboard
  • Engine Power15|horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typeunleaded

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Santa Cruz 52

1993/52 ft/Vancouver, BC

US$ 224,900CA

The Santa Cruz 52 was designed and built for offshore racing and fast cruising with excellent performance for competitive coarse racing and the Transpac races. The Santa Cruz 52's are still competing at a Grand prix level. Originally launched as "Marda Gras", this is a tall rig version and has performed very well in the Pacific Northwest and in California as well as offshore racing events..

"Marda Gras" is hull #5 and has been a one owner boat since delivered new.

Very nicely equipped with cruising amenities while kept light for performance. "Marda Gras" shows in above average condition both inside and the exterior. Professionally maintained since new.

A must see if you are looking for a fast Performance Cruiser or a Competitive racer and want to join an offshore race.

Fast is Fun!!!

Manufacturer Provided Description

The Santa Cruz 52 features both speed and luxury. Her well thought-out interior has two large private staterooms each with double berths and a separate stall shower in one of the two heads. The large salon provides dining for seven and includes two roomy pilot berths. There is ample storage throughout the cabins. The teak and holly cabin sole, solid teak trim, and white-accented paneling combine to produce a warm yet light and airy environment.

Typical equipment on the first nine Santa Cruz 52's built include: three burner LPG stove with oven and broiler, 8 cu. ft. refrigerator - freezer. The wiring and plumbing systems are readily accessible, thoughtfully laid-out, and fully marked and identified. T

he Santa Cruz 52 is designed and engineered to be very strong with specifications well in excess of ABS Standards. Advanced technology has enabled designers and builders to produce yachts which are both strong and light, so it is no longer necessary to equate strength with weight. Every piece of furniture, every panel, every cabinet is fully and carefully bonded to the hull and deck, providing an integrated hull support structure.

The forward section of the hull includes a Kevlar collision mat and a watertight bulkhead. Other features add to the safety of the SC52. The Stability Index of 121 degrees indicates that this is a very stable and safe yacht. The large cockpit is secure, with substantial coamings, easy access through the companionway, and the ability to drain very rapidly through the open transom. The SC52 is organized so it can be sailed from the safety of the cockpit.

Sail Area

IJPE : 1217.58 sq ft
I : 64.58 ft
J : 19.00 ft
P : 57.50 ft
E : 21.00 ft

Sail Inventory
1.  Snuffer, In good shape 2.  1.5oz Mini Spinnaker- Good shape 3.  1.5oz mylar Drifter,Great shape 4.  .85 Poly spinnaker (1998), Good condition 5.  1.5oz full size (1993), OK Shape 6.  Spinnaker staysail 1.5oz Mylar is on a furler. Good shape 7.  .6 poly spinnaker)1998) well used head and clew major repairs done 8. Kevlar paneled #3 jib (1997),Some leech cracking,No batten,Pretty good shape for it's age 9.  #2 Kevlar panelled genoa(11998), OK shape 10.  .6 poly runner (1998) Ok shape  11.  .6 poly (1993) very soft and used, Major head repair done 12.  Jib top panelled kevlar genoa(1998) Near new-Excellent  13.  .85 poly spinaker (1984) Soft and well used. 14.  3DL main (1993) Old and delamed 15.  3DL Genoa (2002) Well used 16.  Quantum Paneled Lt #1,Good shape 17.  Panelled Kevlar main (1993) Old and in poor condition 18.  Quantum paneled kevlar #4, Near new. Excellent condition 19.  Panelled kevlar #2 (1997) Needs recut to be serviceable 20.  3DL lt #1(2002), OK shape    Dacron Mainsail on Boom with Boom cover. Very Good condition.   


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  • Boat Name"Marda Gras 1"
  • Model52
  • Model Year1993
  • LOA53 ft
  • Engines Total Power62 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar 4JH2-HTBE
  • Engine ModelYanmar 4JH2-HTBE
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power62|horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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Baltic 38DP

1983/38 ft/Vancouver, BC

US$ 80,000CA

Kestrel is a meticulously maintained Baltic 38DP and she is one of only 55 ever made. This was one of Baltic’s most successful builds and was designed by renowned Naval Architect Doug Peterson. She is a genuine racer cruiser, which means she can hold steady in big seas in an offshore ocean crossing and is a very comfortable cruiser or racer for coastal sailing. She can also be single-handed, sailed with a couple, or raced with a full crew with her excellent access above decks to lines and halyards. With her beautifully appointed teak decking above decks, coupled with the craftsmanship and design of a warm and inviting teak interior below decks, you can easily find yourself spending just as much time above, as below.

The interior with it’s well positioned bulkheads allows for moving around the space safely and easily and there is ample light from all of the hatches, port lights, and deck prisms making her very comfortable to spend time in at anchor or in a harbor. The original teak decks were replaced in 2012 with glued teak decks so there are no fasteners to worry about. The sails were updated in 2017 as well as electronics. And with the exquisitely engineered shape and sleek lines you will be talked about in every harbour.


Although she is set up with a sail inventory and rigging for racing the current owners cruised locally and did not race her. 


If you haven’t sailed this vintage of boat upwind in a chop and pressure you have missed one of life’s great joys. These boats are so well balanced they are a thrill to drive. If you are looking for a high quality, well maintained, capable sailing yacht under 40’ this is a must see.


Check Description further down for full specs 

Listed by Richard Hargreaves 604 817 6431


Name................................................................. Kestrel VI

Year...................................................................... 1983

Hull................................................................Cored hull and deck

Builder........................................................... BALTIC Yachts

Designer........................................................ Doug Peterson

LOA........................................................................ 38’6

LWL........................................................................ 31’5

Beam...................................................................... 12’4’

Draft........................................................................ 7’3

Displacement........................................................ 14,330

Ballast.................................................................. 6,500

Sail Area................................................................. 731

Steering.............................................................. Wheel

Keel................................................................... Lead Fin

Rudder............................................................... Spade

Fuel................................................................... 30 Gallons

Water................................................................ 48 Gallons

Holding Tank...................................................... 10 Gallons



  • Baltic Yachts built to Lloyds standard and the 38 is built using end grained Balsa coring in the fiberglass hull and also Balsa coring in the deck to be light, stiff and fast
  • The teak on deck was replaced in 2012 with new vacuum bagged teak so no fasteners.
  • As a Doug Peterson design she has a deep Lead keel
  • With glassed in stringers and bulkheads making her stiff and strong.
  • Glassed in bulkheads
  • Keel stepped mast
  • Inboard chain plates
  • Blakes sea cocks throughout
  • Perforated aluminum toe rail
  • Edson steering with leather wrapped wheel
  • Rudder rebuilt 2020
  • Bottom re epoxied 2020



  • Excellent clean wide side decks
  • Inboard chain plates for easier deck movement
  • Well laid out cockpit with large wheel and hump seat for helms person
  • 1 opening port in V berth
  • 4 opening ports in aft cabin
  • Fixed windows in Salon
  • Stainless steel stanchions
  • Double life lines
  • Lifeline gates port and starboard 2020
  • Extended stainless steel railing from pushpit to gates for cockpit comfort and safety
  • Stainless steel stern and bow pulpit
  • Stainless steel hard framed bimini
  • Teak hand rails on Salon roof
  • 2 Stainless Steel Dorades
  • 4 opening cockpit ports
  • Large Lewmar opening hatch over V berth
  • Smaller opening hatch over salon
  • 3 mushroom dorades
  • Stainless steel bow roller


  • Baltic Yachts built this boat to an extremely high standard, with fit and finish to be expected from a Finnish yard. The beautiful rich teak interior is warm and inviting with its gloss finish
  • Teak and holly flooring
  • Solid teak trim
  • Teak cabinets behind settees
  • Padded head liner throughout most of the boat
  • Lots of teak hand holds throughout boat

Starting from the aft end of the interior:

  • Owner’s stateroom with centerline island berth  with loveseats to port and starboard with opening ports
  • Hanging locker and opening ports to cockpit
  • You can access the rest of the boat either to port  or starboard through teak doors.
  • The head is to starboard with head, vanity and sink along with a shower
  • Ahead of aft cabin on the port side is a nicely appointed L shaped galley with 3 burner gimballed propane stove and oven with nicely upgraded Corian countertops including a stovetop removable cover. At the forward part of the galley the counter turned inboard and has stainless steel double sinks
  • Ice box compartment is outboard of double sinks and is stainless steel lined with custom refrigeration and freezer
  • Built in LED light in bottom of ice box lid
  • Outboard of stove are 2 cupboards with sliding teak doors and under the countertop is a slide out cutting board
  • Across from the galley on the starboard side ahead of the aft head is a forward facing Nav station with a comfortable seat
  • Nicely laid out electrical panel with plexi cover door
  • 2nd chart plotter recessed in outboard cabinet along with SSB and battery monitor
  • Storage behind and outboard of settees
  • Dining table has drop leaves and storage locker in middle section
  • Port side has U settee with drop leaf teak table
  • Starboard L settee
  • Settee upholstery is in excellent condition and is nice and firm
  • Forward is the stateroom with large V berth with overhead hatch recessed into fiberglass headliner
  • Teak battens on ceilings for added warmth
  • Shelving port and starboard above berth
  • Hanging lockers port and starboard at aft end of berth
  • Open storage under aft end of V berth



  • Yanmar 3HMF 27 HP Fresh water cooled
  • ZF15 M IV marine gear 2010
  • Engine/ shaft alignment 2020
  • Teleflex 33C Throttle Control Cable 2022
  • Martec Elliptical 2 blade folding propeller
  • Volvo Penta Stuffing box
  • 1” stainless steel shaft
  • New VM Dafoe shaft coupling 2022
  • Balmar High output Alternator 2017
  • Cutlass bearing
  • Stainless steel fuel tank
  • Racor 500MA fuel filter
  • 4 AGM series 31 house batteries 2016
  • Replaced battery cables with heat shrunk terminals 2021
  • 1 AGM series 31 Windlass battery 2016
  • AGM Engine starting battery 2020
  • Cables to engine from battery replaced 2016 with heat shrunk terminals
  • Mastervolt 12/50 3 bank battery charger
  • 110V system with 30 amp power cord
  • GFI 110V plugs located throughout boat
  • 110V ships plug replaced with Marinco Safety 2020
  • LED Lights interiors with individual switches
  • Hot and cold water at galley and at head vanity
  • Water is stored in 2 x 24 gallon stainless steel tanks
  • Freshwater tanks vent to galley sink so no chance of saltwater ingress from seas
  • Aluminum holding tank with deck pump out and Y valve
  • Y valves and head hoses replaced 2022
  • Jabsco marine head new 2020
  • Electric Jabsco bilge pump
  • Jabsco Par Max3 pressure water pump 2022
  • Automatic float switch for electric pump
  • Whale Gulper 1 ½ “ manual bilge pump 2022
  • Cockpit drain hoses replaced 2020



Following instruments new 2017:

  • Garmin GM I20 Wind display with DST800 transducer
  • Airmar Transducer 2020
  • Garmin GM I20 depth and knot
  • Garmin 48 mile HD18x Radome on radar post
  • Garmin GPS/radar/plotter/AIS 7612
  • Garmin GPS/radar/plotter/AIS 7607 repeater
  • Simrad AP26 below deck autopilot
  • Icom IC M324 VHF
  • Standard Horizon HX150 handheld
  • Icom M700 SSB
  • Ritchie magnetic compass
  • VHF Antenna
  • Windex


  • 2015 UK Sails Fully battened Kevlar Mainsail with 2 reefs and full battens 2017
  • 2017 UK Sails Kevlar Tape drive 135% Carbon Tape genoa with UV cover
  • 2017 UK Sails 100% Carbon tape jib
  • Storm jib
  • 2017 UK Sails Asymmetrical spinnaker
  • Schaefer genoa furling system
  • Companionway dodger with stainless steel frame and window covers with Sunbrella canvas 2020
  • Bimini on stainless steel frame with Sunbrella canvas 2020
  • Sunbrella Mainsail cover 2020
  • Sunbrella Wheel cover 2020
  • African queen summer cover by Evolution Sails 2020
  • Lohmann All Season Boat Cover, WeatherMax Beige 2021



  • Rig tuned 2020 by Protech Rigging
  • Black Awlgrip Double spreader keel stepped mast
  • Double airfoil spreaders
  • Mast removed and inspected Jan 2020
  • Standing rigging replaced 2012
  • #12 SS Rod shrouds and stays
  • #8 SS Rod intermediates
  • Navtec TA17-19 integral hydraulic backstay adjuster
  • #12 SS rod backstay with insulators
  • 5/16th 1 X 19 cable and turnbuckle babystay
  • #12 SS Rod forestay
  • Solid boomvang with block and tackle
  • Dymeena Lazy jacks 2020
  • New Seldon boom 2018
  • Seldon bow sprit 2017
  • Spinnaker/whisker pole
  • Spinnaker track on mast with captive Proctor Sidewinder winch for adjusting spinnaker car
  • Lewmar traveller system
  • Harken mainsheet with course and fine tune
  • Lewmar genoa tracks and cars
  • 2 Lewmar 44 ST 2 speed primary winches
  • 2 Lewmar 40 ST halyard winch port trunk cabin
  • 2 Lewmar 58 ST 2 speed primary winches
  • 2 Lewmar 3 speed 44 winches at base of mast for halyards
  • Aluminum radar post



  • 12V Lofrans Cayman Windlass 2022
  • Chain Locker switches for up and down 2022
  • Lofrans Thetis 7003 Hand-held Remote Control
  • Chain Counter for up and down 2022
  • 150’ G40HT chain and 50’ rode with Bruce anchor 2022
  • 20lb Aluminum propane tank with Trident Marine LPG solenoid control at galley
  • Dickenson propane BBQ mounted on pushpit
  • Dock lines and fenders
  • CCG safety gear
  • 4 fire extinguishers
  • CO detector
  • Viking 6 Man ISO-1 RescYou Offshore Life Raft
  • ACR Epirb and 2 ACR Locator beacons
  • Bottom paint 2022
  • 8’ Walker Bay rowing boat with 2 oars
  • Complete sailing kit for Walker Bay
  • Torqeedo Travel 1103 CS 3HP electric outboard with Lithium battery pack
  • Canadian Coast Guard safety gear
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  • Boat NameKestrel VI
  • Model38DP
  • Model Year1983
  • LOA38.5 ft
  • Engines Total Power27 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine Model3HMF
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power27|horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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Hans Christian 38T

1980/38 ft/Sidney, BC

US$ 86,608.20CA

The Hans Christian 38T is a heavy displacement, double ended, cutter rig, designed specifically for blue water cruising but makes for a fantastic liveaboard vessel as well. She is a solidly built sailboat with a clipper bow and a long bowsprit, giving her a distinctive appearance. The interior is beautifully hand crafted in all wood joinery.

“Betelgeuse” is in excellent condition and boasts a brand new 2022 Isuzu 4LE1T 70hp Turbo charged engine with only 11 hours on it including a new propshaft and dripless seal. A brand-new Bow sprit was custom built out of old growth Douglas Fir, free of heart.

A few upgrades to highlight are: decks and all exterior wood, sanded and refinished with new plexi in the butterfly hatch and forward hatch, new 8gal hot water tank, LED lighting, new electric quiet flush large bowl toilet and holding tank (never used), all new upholstery, newer Magnum 2000w inverter, new batteries, Sigmar diesel heater has new fuel lines and filter, pump and overflow


Name........................................................... Betelgeuse

Year...................................................................... 1980

Builder......................................... Shing Fa Boatbuilders

Designer.................................................. Harwood Ives

LOA..................................................................... 37’11”

LWL......................................................................... 33’

Beam.................................................................... 12’4”

Draft........................................................................... 6’

Displacement.................................................. 27,500lbs

Ballast.............................................................. 9,800lbs

Hull  ..............................................................Fiberglass

Deck............................................................. Fiberglass

Steering................................ Edison Binnacle with cable

Keel.................................................. Long encapsulated

Rudder......................................................... Skeg hung

Fuel............................................................... 45 +50gal

Water................................................................. 150gal

Hot Water....................................................... New 8gal

Holding Tank......................................... New never used

Heat.................................................... Dickenson Diesel



  •  Hull: Solid hand laid Fiberglass, rounded chines, canoe stern
  •  Keel: Encapsulated full keel, lead ballast
  •  Decks: Teak decks over a sandwich of 3/8” glass, ¾” plywood coring and   another 3/8” fiberglass.
  •  Hull to deck joint: Bonded, glasses and bolted to hull with solid bulwarks
  •  Stingers: wood covered with fiberglass
  •  Chainplates: Stainless steel
  •  Rudder: Skeg hung mounted with two large pintles


  •  General Layout: 2 cabin, plus sea berth, 1 head
  •  6’6” headroom
  •  Beautiful Burmese Teak joinery staved interior with white painted ceiling, teak   and holly sole.
  •  Salon: Warm and inviting with large Butterfly hatch above, U-shaped settee to   port with bench settee to starboard, storage outboards of seats and below
  •  Forward cabin: Traditional V-berth with large opening hatch above, great   ventilation and natural light, 2 hanging lockers, storage under the bed
  •  Head: Ensuite to the V-berth, separate shower, new full size electric toilet, new   holding tank and lines never used, vanity with sink, pressurized hot and cold   water, mirror
  •  Cabin port aft: Enclosed cabin with an offset double bed
  •  Quarter berth: to starboard, aft of the Nav station
  •  Galley: U-shaped galley to port , excellent offshore style
  •  Galley equipment:
  •  Stove: Propane Magic Chef 3 burner with oven
  •  Refrigeration: Top loading fridge/freezer 110V
  •  Sinks: 2 x stainless steel,
  •  Pressurized hot/cold water, new hot water tank (2022)
  •  Manual salt water pump
  •  Teak cabinetry and drawers
  •  Chart Table: Large full size table with AC/DC distribution panels, excellent area   for new electronics to be installed
  •  Forward or the chart table is a 3 drawer storage area


  •  Isuzu 4LE1T, 70Hp, Turbo charged, (NEW 2022)
  •  Hours: ONLY 11hrs
  •  Borg-Warner Transmission, rebuilt low hours
  •  Propeller: 2 blade bronze, 20D x 16P LH (balanced & tuned)
  •  Shaft: 1.5” SS, (new 2022)
  •  Dripless shaft seal installed (new 2022)
  •  Back flow valve installed on the exhaust.


  •  110VAC/12VDC with distribution panels and breakers
  •  30amp shorepower
  •  House batteries: Canada Proof sealed GC24M 4 x 75amp (2018)
  •  Start Battery: Canada Proof sealed 1 x GC24m (2018)
  •  Inverter/Charger: Magnum 2000w W/remote (2018)
  •  All electrical outlets upgraded to GFCI (2022)
  •  LED lighting
  •  Thru hulls are all Bronze valve (8)
  •  Fuel tank: steel, 45 & 50gal, cleaned with new gaskets
  •  New insulated 8gal water heater 92020)
  •  New water pump plus spare (2020)
  •  3rd water tank has been recommissioned and working
  •  New Jabsco quiet flush, full size electric head
  •  New (never used) holding tank, macerator, new plumbing to toilet and through hulls and vent line
  •  New shower pump
  •  New raw water engine pump


  •  GPS/Chartplotter: Rasberry Pi computer
  •  Autopilot: Aries wind vain
  •  Autohelm wind, speed, depth (2 transducers)
  •  Vhf: Ocean Voyager VHF-78
  •  Compass: Richie


  •  Mainsail: Dacron, Battened
  •  Genoa: Dacron 120%, Dacron 135%
  •  Staysail: Dacron 100%


  •  Mast: Aluminum, single spreader, aluminum boom
  •  Cutter rig with club boom
  •  Steps on the mast for going aloft
  •  Spinnaker pole refurbished (2022)
  •  Primary Winches: Barient 27 self-tailing
  •  Coachroof Winches: Barient 1 x 19 and 1 x 23 self-tailing
  •  Mast/Halyard winch: Barient 10
  •  New running rigging, lines lead aft to clutches.


  •  Bow sprit, completely newly built out of old growth Douglas Fir, free of heart (2018)
  •  All exterior wood sanded and finished.
  •  Windlass: Lofrans 1000W 12V, recently serviced
  •  New windlass solenoids and foot switches
  •  Primary anchor: CQR 65lbs, 250ft chain 100ft rode
  •  Secondary anchor: Danforth, all chain, 200ft
  •  Additional smaller Danforth anchor
  •  New propane locker and tank, splitter to BBQ and stove
  •  New plexi-glass on butterfly hatch and v-berth hatch
  •  Hatch refurbished, replaced with ½” PVC


  •  Dinghy: Achilles soft bottom, 8.5ft
  •  Dickenson Sea-B-Que, rail mount
  •  Spare water pump for the engine
  •  Extra solar vent, New
  •  Fabric rain catcher for filling fresh water tanks


  •  Last haul-out and anti-fouling: Sept 2022
  •  Last zinc(s) change: Sept 2022
  •  Last engine oil change: Aug 2022
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  • Boat NameBetelgeuse
  • Model38T
  • Model Year1980
  • LOA37.92 ft
  • Engines Total Power70 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandIsuzu
  • Engine Model4LE1T
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power70|horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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Beneteau 445

1992/44.83 ft/Vancouver, BC

US$ 93,886.20CA

Second owner imported to canada in 1998 and has had continuous repairs, maintenance and updates.  We are still completing a few small projects aboard, but sneaking these details up so prospective next owners may have input.  


Highlander V - the story / summary

To quote a local shop* - “We can say that generally, there are no “homegrown” repairs on Highlander and the repairs** commissioned by the owner (ours and other repair shops’ appear to have been done to a professional standard. The boat is well used and well cared for.”

Certainly, decisions made in the care of this boat have been with a do it right and long term view. The rig was removed with new standing rigging in 2008. Through hulls were replaced in 2017.

Reviewing the records and talking around the community, it’s clear that this boat is looking for another great owner who appreciates that boats need care and attention.

*feel free to request this shops’ report if you are contemplating this vessel

**and upgrades



Highlander V - high level history

1992 Built as a Moorings 445 (built in Marion, SC, in service Caribbean)

1998  Purchased by current owner, transported to British Columbia

          Liferaft certification 

2000  North Sails - Gennaker purchased

2001  North Sails 130% Genoa

2002  DC refit - major upgrades to electrical system

          Install MaxPower 80 bow thruster

          Install autopilot

2004  New hot water heater

2005  North mainsail

          Battcar system (mainsail handling)

2008  Mast pulled / new standing rigging

          Mattresses replaced

2009  Aegis Marine - marine survey

2011  Addition of electric halyard winch (port side)

2012  Hoses / exhaust system overhaul (mechanical)

          New holding tank, y-valves and related through hulls replaced

2016  Canvas re-skinned

           Insurance survey (Reliable Marine Surveyors)

2017  Major haul out with 6 remaining through hulls replaced with Buck Algonqui

           Updates included valves and pipe adapters

           New plywood with epoxy backing plates installed

           Removed and replaced propane locker, checked steering cables

2019   Insurance survey (Reliable Marine Surveyors) Oct 28


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  • Boat NameHighlander V
  • Model445
  • Model Year1992
  • LOA44.83 ft
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine Model4JH2E
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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Santa Cruz 70

1987/70 ft/Sidney, BC

US$ 379,000CA

Westerly (ex-Mongoose) is TURN KEY and ready for RACING!

Westerly features a carbon fiber deck, Nelson Marek designed "T" keel and high aspect rudder. She boasts an extensive inventory of recent (some never used) UK Sails racing sails. Westerly is fresh off the '23 Transpac,  she is a turn key well equipped sled being offered at an extremely fair price.  

Notable Features and Information:

  • 4 Spreader Carbon Mast and Carbon Boom
  • Nelson Marek Designed "T" Keel and Rudder
  • Recent Custom Harken Winch Package
  • Recent B&G H5000 Electronics
  • Significant Recent Investment in Sails, Gear and Racing Bottom 
The Basics

Westerly has been consistently upgraded and improved.  A recent significant investment in the rig. deck gear, sails, electronics and the bottom make Westerly one of; if not the best equipped sled sailing today.   Westerly is a modern capable offshore racing yacht, which wants for nothing.

The Santa Cruz 70 opened up a new level of High Speed sailing and forever brought new meaning to the concept of "Line Honors".

High speed sailing, in control and comfort all while getting there first is where the rush and the action is. Bill Lee took all of the fast things he knew about performance and blended them as gracefully as possible without sacrificing speed with maximum power to carry sail area with minimum wetted surface.

The result was the Santa Cruz 70 which for years has set the standard for offshore racing yachts. Heavy wind, light wind, upwind, and of course, down wind, these flyers easily do a horizon job on what used to be thought of as fast yachts. 

The Santa Cruz 70 is comfortable and fast on deliveries or the odd bit of cruising.  High speed under power, maximum passage making under sail, lots of room down below, and good freeboard to keep you dry, make the Santa Cruz 70 the all-around super yacht.

Notable Information-

  • First SC 70 w/ Factory Carbon Fiber Deck
  • Modern Race Boat Cockpit w/ Mainsheet Winch Pod and Raptor Deck
  • Carbon Fibre Mast and Boom (new 2018)
  • N/M Designed "T" Keel and Carbon Fiber Rudder both Faried to Templates
  • Recent 80hp Yanmar Engine w/ Saildrive
  • Extensive Inventory Recent UK Sailmakers Racing Sails Along w/ Purpose Built Delivery Sails
  • Recent Race Ready Running Rigging w/ Ample Spares
  • Recent Harken Winch Package i/c 2 Pedestal Grinders Operating Multi Winch Combinations
  • Recent Modern Harken and Antal Deck Gear
  • Recent Harken Hydraulic System for Rig Controls
  • Recent Modern B&G H5000 Electronic Package
  • Recent 4x Garmin Large Displays on Mast Below Boom
  • Recent Vesper AIS and VHF
  • Recent Spectra Watermaker
  • Recent 2x Wallas Cabin Heaters
Sail Inventory

The current racing inventory is consistently being evaluated and sails are replaced as required.  All current racing sails are built by UK Sailmakers using the best fabrics and construction methods available at the time of construction.  Detailed sail inventory available on request.


  • 2023 ORR/ORC Main (Excellent Condition)
  • 2021 ORC Main
  • 2021 (Delivery Main)
  • 2023 Trysail  (Orange)


  • 2021 Lt #1
  • 2019 Lt #1
  • 2018 Hvy #1
  • 2022 #2 Genoa
  • 2022 #3
  • 2017 #3
  • 2020 #4
  • 2018 Storm Jib

Asymetrical Spinnakers

  • 2022 A 1
  • 2017 A 1.5
  • 2021 A 2
  • 2022 A 2
  • 2016 A 2+
  • 2022 A 2.5
  • 2023 A 2.5
  • 2022 A 3
  • 2022 A 4
  • 2022 A 4

Specialty Sails

  • 2022 Jib Top
  • 2019 Drifter
  • 2022 A 0


  • 2022 Genoa Staysail
  • 2016 Spinnaker Staysail
  • 2022 Spinnaker Staysail

Various other older/practice sails.

Spars and Rigging
  • 4 Spreader Carbon Fiber Mast (Hall Spars Tube)
  • Carbon Fiber Boom
  • SS Rod Standing Rigging
  • Composite Backstay
  • Harken Composite Headfoil x2
  • NEW Harken Hydraulic System for the Rig
  •          Selector Panel Near Mainsheet
  •          Backstay
  •          Boom Vang
  •          Headstay 
  • 2x Carbon Spinnaker Poles
  • 2x Carbon Reaching Struts
  • NEW Running Rigging w/ Spares and Older Serviceable Rigging
On Deck

Significant recent refit saw the cockpit transformed into a modern race boat layout with raptor deck, new Harken racing winch package and modern sail controls.  Recently the deck was stripped of all fasteners holes filled and decks repainted. 

  • Recent Custom Modern Cockpit Layout 
  • Recent Harken Winch and Grinder Package w/ MX System on 2 Pedestals 
  • I/C Harken 65.3 Mainsheet, Primary and Secondary Winches
  • Harken and Karver/Pontos Pit Winches
  • Harken Proforma Traveller and Runner Winches
  • Custom Mainsheet Pod w/ Hydraulics and Instruments Imbedded
  • Recent Harken Mainsheet Traveller  
  • Antal Pad Eyes and Low Friction Rings for Sail Leads
  • Constrictor Textile Clutches in Pit for Halyards etc.
  • Harken Track for Toe Rail and Sail Control Lead
  • Ample Soft Pad Eyes and Low Friction Rings for Sail Controls
  • Various New Harken Turning Blocks and Strops

A Major Electrical refit was under taken in 2020.  Including a new distribution panel and wiring.  Recent new current technology electronics added.

  • New Distribution Panel w/ Breakers
  • 6x 100 Amphr Battle Born Lithium Batteries
  • 12v AGM Engine Start Battery
  • 12V Charger Ports 
  • Mastervolt Inverter/Charger
  • 30 amp Shore Power Service w/ Smart Plug and Cord 


  • Recent B&G H5000 Processor
  • Surface Pro Computer w/ Large Screen @ Nav Station 
  • Expedition Software i/c Polars and Sail Cross Over Chart
  • Fully Calibrated Instruments (extensive work to keep this current)
  • Recent Various B&G MFD Screens on Deck 
  • Recent Zeus 12 @ Nav Station
  • Recent 4 Large Garmin Mast Displays
  • Recent B&G Masthead Wand, Speedo, Depth and Compass
  • Recent Vesper Cortex VHF and AIS Transceiver
  • Recent Fusion Multi Zone Stereo w/ Bluetooth Capability
  • SI Marine Barometer
  • SI Marine Battery Monitor
Additional Information
  • Underwater Service Baltoplate Paint and Burnish Winter '22
  • Nelson Marek Design Keel and Rudder Faired to Template Winter '2
  • 2021 Spectra Catalina Watermaker
  • 2x Recent Wallas Cabin Diesel Forced Air Heaters
  • Galley w/ 12V Refrigeration, Propane Stove/Oven and Pressure Water
  • 2022 10 Person Hard Case Life Raft
  • 10 Mustang EP38 Life Jackets
  • 2023 Eprib
  • Ditch Bag w/ PLB
  • 2x Danforth Anchors w/ Ground Tackle
  • 2020 Canvas Covers for Grinder's, Wheel and Boom Tent 
  • Fenders and Docklines
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  • Boat NameWesterly (ex- Mongoose)
  • Model70
  • Model Year1987
  • LOA68 ft
  • Engines Total Power80 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine Model4JH80
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power80|horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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Bavaria 40 Cruiser

2008/40 ft/Sidney, BC

US$ 127,295CA

This Bavaria 40 is a wonderful 3 cabin 2 head 40ft sailboat that would check a lot of boxes for a family looking for a reliable sailboat to cruise the PNW. A brand new Volvo Penta D-40 engine has been installed with only 266 hours on the meter. Other features include full electronics including radar, a full cockpit enclosure, Espar diesel heat, in-mast furling and a gennaker, twin wheels and electric drop down swim platform.

This vessel is located in the Ladysmith area. Please call to arrange a viewing


Bavaria 40 Cruiser

Name................................................................. Tai -An

Year...................................................................... 2008

Builder..................................................... Bavaria Yachts

Designer........................................................ J&J Design

LOA...................................................................... 40’6”

LWL...................................................................... 35’3”

Beam.................................................................... 12’9”

Draft....................................................................... 6’1”

Displacement.................................................. 18,739lbs

Ballast.............................................................. 5952lbs

Sail Area ........................................................... 909sqft


Deck............................................................. Fiberglass

Steering....................................................... Twin wheel

Keel........................................................................ Fin

Rudder....................................................... Single spade

Fuel..................................................................... 55gal

Water........................................................ 55gal +40gal

Hot Water............................................................... 6gal

Holding Tank................................................... 2 x 15gal

Heat.......................................................... Espar Diesel



  •  Solid hand laid glass below waterline
  •  Divinycell foam coring above the waterline and decks
  •  Kevlar reinforced bow section
  •  Double centerline laminates
  •  S-glass reinforced latitudinal stringers
  •  Teak Decks


  •  3 Cabin 2 head layout
  •  Bright interior with opening ports and hatches
  •  Light mahogany cabinetry with “ocean line” floor
  •  Salon: U- shaped dinette to starboard, seats 6 plus bench seat with storage,   good storage under seats and hanging lockers and shelving
  •  Chart Table: fwd facing full size, navigation seat with storage, systems   including  electronics, VHF, AC/DC panel, heat, battery monitor
  •  Galley: linear galley counter to port, easy for two to work
  •  Under counter fridge/freezer
  •  2 burner stove with oven
  •  Microwave
  •  Double stainless-steel sink with hot/cold mixer faucet
  •  Master Cabin: V-berth with steps on the port side, two hanging lockers, drawers, shelves, lockers
  •  Ensuite head: wet head compartment, Jabsco manual flush toilet, vanity, sink, shower, mirrors, storage
  •  Two guest cabins: identical cabins port and starboard
  •  double beds, double door hanging lockers, bench seat
  •  Guest Head: Manual marine head with separate shower, vanity with sink, mirrors, storage


  •  Volvo Penta, D2-40, NEW ENGINE, 266 hours
  •  Saildrive
  •  Propellor: 3 blade fixed


  •  30amp Shorepower, 12VDC/120VAC
  •  AC/DC distribution panels
  •  Start Battery: Magnacharge 24M-1000 sealed
  •  House Batteries: 4 x Trojan 6V T105
  •  Battery Charger: Xantrex Truecharge 40amp
  •  Inverter: Xantrex Pro XM1800
  •  Solar Panels: 1 x hard panel mounted on the bimini
  •  Battery monitor: Link 10
  •   2 x water tanks
  •  Shower sump pumps
  •  Electric bilge pump, manual bilge pump
  •  Holding tanks gravity fed overboard, deck discharge
  •  Fresh water deck washdown


  •  Chartplotter: Raymarine C80
  •  Radar: Raymarine
  •  Autopilot: Raymarine ST6002
  •  Depth/speed Tridata: Raymarine
  •  VHF: Standard Horizon with remote mic


  •  Mainsail: in mast furling
  •  Genoa: 130% furling
  •  Gennaker in sock


  •  Selden, deck stepped mast and boom
  •  Double spreader with 1 x 19 S/S wire
  •  Adjustable Backstay
  •  Selden rigid boomvang
  •  Selden Furlex main and genoa furling systems
  •  Selden extendable bow sprit for the gennaker
  •  Primary winches: Lewmar #46 ST
  •  Secondary winches: Lewmar # 48 ST
  •  Coachroof Winches: Lewmar # 40 ST
  •  All lines lead aft through clutches
  •  Adjustable pin stop genoa cars


  •  Windlass: Quick electric with remote
  •  Anchor: Delta 35lbs, 100ft chain, 100ft rope
  •  Full enclosure: Dodger, bimini, connector, side windows
  •  Hot/cold transom shower
  •  Electric drop-down transom
  •  Folding telescopic swim ladder
  •  Twin wheels
  •  Instruments mounted on the aft end of the table
  •  Wooden cockpit table with storage and fold up leaves
  •  Teak in the cockpit
  •  Cockpit cushions


  •  Dinghy: Zodiac 8ft
  •  Outboard: Honda 4 stroke, 2hp
  •  BBQ


  •  Last haul-out and anti-fouling: July 2023
  •  Last zinc(s) change: July 2023
  •  Last engine oil change: 2023
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  • Boat NameTai An
  • Model40 Cruiser
  • Model Year2008
  • LOA40.5 ft
  • Engines Total Power40 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandVolvo Penta
  • Engine ModelD-40
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power40|horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 410

2022/41 ft/North Saanich, BC

US$ 418,255CA

Kismet is a nicely equipped and exceptionally well cared for near new Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 410 Performance.   She is truly turn key ready with all needed service recently completed.

"The Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 410 is well-mannered, quick and fun to sail. That a boat with this much volume can sail this well is testament to the full-length hull chine concept.

Despite carrying her beam a long way forward, the hull shape allowed the designers to maintain a relatively narrow entry and slippery underwater hull shape.

The end result is a boat that is well balanced, easily driven and satisfying to helm"

- Yachting Monthly

Notable Equipment and Information:

  • TALL- Performance Rig w/ Upgraded Sails
  • AB RIB Tender w/ Yamaha 9.9hp 4 Stroke
  • Upgraded Raymarine Electronics
  • Retractable Bow Thruster
  • Victron Energy Inverter

This is a privately owned vessel, with a Canadian Pleasure Craft License.  All associated taxes in Canada have been duly paid. For a Canadian buyer, there is no burden of Luxury Tax on the purchase.

Design Brief

The Sun Odyssey 410 is a performance-oriented family cruising boat which offers a mix of bold features and enhanced creature comforts.   The side decks of the boat slope downward as they run aft to merge with the cockpit sole just behind the boat’s twin helms. This ground-breaking feature makes it possible for crew to move from the cockpit to the deck without ever having to climb out/over, the cockpit coaming.  Offering seamless movement around the decks.

This 2 cabin design offers a spacious forward cabin with centerline queen size berth and ample storage.   An aft cabin with double berth along with large cockpit storage "Workshop"  area.

Kismet is a performance version which offers a taller mast and subsequently more sail area.  She is fitted with high quality laminated performance cruising up wind sails and 2 choices for off the wind; a code 0 and asymmetrical spinnaker.    

Her salon and cockpit provide ample space for entertaining and extended stays aboard, while the included equipment offers the creature comforts a modern cruising boat is expected to have.  

The hard chines, low center of gravity keel and twin rudders offer stability and performance.  Her bow thruster, side life line gates and drop transom make handling and getting onto the dock in tight moorings a breeze.

  • Tall Performance Rig and Sails
  • 7'4" Draft with Bulb Keel
  • Twin Rudders
  • Walk Around Decks
  • Fold Down Transom
  • Integrated Cockpit Table 
  • 2 Cabin 1 Head Workshop Version
  • Can Sleep up to 8
  • Grey Cedar Interior Wood

Amidships, the salon boasts upholstered bulkheads and leather toped surfaces to help to muffle sounds.  To port there is a midships L galley.  Aft of the galley you’ll find a full-size nav station.  A unique feature is an inline lounge seat inboard of the galley storage area forward to port. With its nicely upholstered arms, it is a great spot for reading or dozing while off watch. The base pulls out to form a bench seat opposite the dinette table rooted to starboard.

  • U Settee to Starboard
  • Ambiance Ocean Upholstery
  • Settee Easily Coverts to Double Berth
  • Adjustable Settee to Port Coverts to Dinette Seating
  • Overhead and Indirect LED Lighting
  • Hull Ports with Blinds
  • Overhead Opening Hatches with Blinds and Screens
  • Ample Creative Storage i/c Bottle Storage for 8 Under a Floorboard
  • Head Aft to Starboard
  • Galley Midships to Port
  • Nav Station Aft to Port

Midships to port is the L galley with a shallow U at one end to help the cook brace in place when the boat is heeled.  Well appointed with heaps of storage.

  • Corian Counters w/ Fiddles
  • Double SS Sink w/ H/C Pressure Water
  • Removable Backsplash Doubles as Extra Counter Over Sink
  • SS 2 Burner Propane Stove w/ Oven
  • Gas Fume Detector and Solenoid Control
  • Open Storage Outboard of Stove
  • Opening Port Above Stove
  • Undercounter 12v Fridge w/ Small Freezer
  • 46 Ltr Stand Alone Dometic 12/120V Freezer in Workshop
  • Optional Front Opening Door on Fridge
  • Considerable Storage in Various Convenient Places 
Forward Cabin
  • Centerline Queen Berth Forward
  • Sink w/ H/C Pressure Water
  • Large Hanging Lockers 
  • 2 Large Drawers Under the Berths
  • Shelfs Each Side for Stowage
  • Hull Ports w/ Sliding Blinds
  • Opening Overhead Hatch with Screens and Blackout
  • 110 and 12V USB Outlets Each Side
  • Overhead and Indirect LED Lighting
  • LED Reading Lights
  • Spring Battens Under Mattress
Aft Cabin to Starboard
  • Double Quarter Berth in Private Cabin
  • Ample Storage in Several Lockers
  • Hanging Locker
  • Overhead and Indirect LED Lights
  • LED Reading Lights  
  • Hull Port w/ Sliding Blind
  • Side and Overhead Sealed Ports w/ Blind
  • Opening Port w/ Blind and Screen
  • 110v and 12v USB Outlets
  • In Salon Aft to Starboard Forward of Aft Cabin
  • Manual Marine Toilet w/ 21 US Gallon Holding Tank
  • GRP Sink w/ H/C Pressure Water
  • Shower Head off Sink Tap
  • Draining Shower Pan in Floor
  • Locker Behind Sink w/ Mirror in Doors
  • Sealed Overhead Port w/ Blind
  • Opening  Side Port w/ Blind
Workshop Aft to Port
  • Large Open Storage Space
  • Accessed From the Cockpit and the Interior
  • Built in Shelving and Lockers for Storage
  • Convenient Access to Systems

110V AC Service

  • 30amp AC Shore Power 
  • 30amp Shore Power Inlet on Starboard Transom
  • 50' 30amp Power Cord
  • 2000 Watt Victron Energy Multi Plus Inverter w/ 80amp Battery Charger
  • 110 Distribution Panel w/ Breakers in Workshop
  • 110V Outlets Throughout
  • 110V Quick Domestic Hotwater Tank 

12V DC Service

  • 4x 12V 115amphr House AGM Batteries
  • 1x 12V AGM Engine Start Battery
  • 1x 12V AGM Bow Thruster Battery
  • AC Switch Panel w/ Fuses
  • Systems Monitor @ Nav Station
  • Inverter Charger Remote @ Nav Station
  • 12V USB Outlets Throughout
  • 12V Outlet in Workshop
  • 12V LED Direct and Indirect Lighting Throughout
  • Lighting Switches on Bulkheads
  • LED Navigation Lights
  • LED Deck Light
Navigation and Electronics

Kismet has been upgraded with many features which most modern cruising sailors expect.

  • 2x Raymarine Axoim 9" Displays 1 @ Each Helm
  • Raymarine i70s Multifunction Display @ Cockpit Table
  • Windlass Control and Chain Counter @ Starboard Helm
  • Depth Speed and Temp Transducer
  • Masthead Wind Speed and Direction Sensor Unit 
  • Raymarine p70s Autopilot Control @ Cockpit Table
  • Raymarine Evolution Autopilot ACU400 Core Unit and Gyro Compass
  • Raymarine Autopilot Wireless Remote Control
  • Raymarine RAY 63 VHF Radio w/ DSC 
  • Fusion MS-RA770 Bluetooth Stereo w/ Interior and Cockpit Speakers
  • Em-Trak AIS Transceiver 
  • Seapps Boat Monitoring System w/ Sentinel Marine Solutions Hardware
  • Binnacle Compass
Sails and Rigging


  • Technique Voile Full Batten Tri Radial Mainsail built in D/P DCX Performance Cruising Cloth w/ 2 Reefs
  • Technique Voile Tri Radial Furling Genoa built in D/P DCX Performance Cruising Cloth w/ UV Protection
  • Technique Voile Tri Radial Code 0 built in D/P CZ 30 Cloth w/ Integral Furlex Furler
  • North Sails Nylon Asymetrical Spinnaker w/ Dousing Sleeve
  • Mainsail Drop Bag w/ Integral Lazy Jacks in Matching Canvas on the Boom

Spars & Rigging

  • TALL Z Spars Double Spreader Cathedral Rigged Aluminum Mast 
  • Z Spars Aluminum Boom with 2x Single Line Reefing
  • Z Spars Telescoping Boom Vang
  • SS Dyform Standing Rigging
  • Low Profile Flat Webbing Furler on Headstay
  • GRP Molded Bow Sprit w/ Integral Anchor Roller and Code 0 Attachment
  • Furlex Line Drive Furler for Code 0
  • Asymetrical Attachment at Front of Sprit
  • Soft Textile High Strength Backstay w/ Sailtech Hydraulic Backstay Adjuster
  • Dyneema Low Stretch Running Rigging
  • 2x Spinnaker Halyards
  • Bridle Double Ended Mainsheet System
  • Low Friction Ring Genoa Lead Adjuster System
  • 1x Harken Electric Cabin Top Winch
  • 3x Harken Manual Winches
  • Spinlock Rope Clutches
  • Harken Winch Handles
On Deck
  • Jeanneau' s Innovative Walk Around Decks
  • La Fabrica Companionway Dodger w/ Full Cover and Handles
  • La Fabrica Bimini w/ Filler Piece and Clear Windows
  • La Fabrica 1/3 Clear Side Panels for Bimini 
  • Bimini Frame Mounted Outboard to Custom SS Rails
  • Covers for Bimini and Filler Piece
  • Anchor Locker @ Bow
  • 1000 Watt 12V Anchor Windlass w/ Wired Remote @ Bow
  • Delta Quick Set Anchor w/ Chain and Rode
  • SS Bow and Stern Pulpit
  • Custom SS Rails in leu of Aft Life Lines
  • SS Wire Life Lines Forward w/ Soft Dynemma Aft Gate Life Lines
  • Side Gates Each Side
  • Aluminum Mooring Cleats 3/ Side
  • Fold Down Swim Platform 
  • GRP Molded Cockpit Table w/ Center Storage and Starboard Leaves
  • Cockpit Access to Workshop to Port
  • Smaller Cockpit Locker to Starboard
  • Life Raft Stowage in Cockpit
  • System Access Hatch in Cockpit
  • Swinging Lexan Companionway Doors 
Additional Information
  • Side Power Retractable Bow Thruster
  • AB RIB Tender w/ Yamaha 9.9 hp 4 Stroke
  • Webasto Forced Air Cabin Heat
  • Composite GRP Steering Wheels
  • La Fabrica Sunbrella Wheel Covers
  • La Fabrica Cockpit Cushions
  • 3 Blade Flex-o-Fold Prop
  • SS Magma BBQ Mounts on Stern Rail
  • Dometic 46 ltr 12/120v Freezer in Workshop
  • 300' Stern Line on SS Rail Mounted Reel
  • Custom Companionway Screens
  • XLarge Work Shop Space aft to Port w/ Interior and Cockpit Access
  • Canvas Winter Cover Installed Over Main Sail Drop Bag 
  • Bottom Paint and Zincs Nov '23
  • 4 Fenders and Dock Lines
  • Cdn Safety Equipment
  • Manuals for the Boat and Equipment
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  • Boat NameKismet
  • ModelSun Odyssey 410
  • Model Year2022
  • LOA42.42 ft
  • Engines Total Power45 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine Model4JH45
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power45|horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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Beneteau First 42S7

1995/42 ft/Nanoose Bay, BC

US$ 115,656.60CA

The Beneteau First 42s7 is a sleek and spacious cruiser-racer designed by Bruce Farr, one of the most renowned yacht designers in the world. It combines performance, comfort, and style and can take you anywhere, from a summer cruise through the Gulf and San Juan Islands to a thrilling ocean race. This versatile package has all the amenities for comfortable coastal cruising and will satisfy the competitive racers in the family.

With full sets of racing and cruising sails, and updated standing and running rigging, the current owners took advantage of the performance capabilities of this design. With two staterooms, two heads, a full galley, a water-maker, and lots of battery capacity, the 42s7 has what you need for comfortable cruising.   

The First 42s7 features a strong, solid fiberglass hull, a deep fin keel, and a fractional rig with a large sail plan.  The cockpit has lots of seating, a large wheel for precision steering, a folding table, and plenty of storage. The deck is functional and uncluttered, with all lines led aft to the cockpit for easy handling and broad side decks making it easy to move around.

All in all, this is a very well-maintained, clean, and capable racer-cruiser that is ready for its next owners.

With assumable moorage available in Fairwinds Marina, pending management approval, the next owners are set up for an easy transition.   

Contact Kelly Yacht Sales to arrange a viewing.



The interior of the First 42s7 was designed by Philippe Starck, the famous French designer known for his innovative and elegant creations. This ‘owner's version’ offers two cabins and two heads, with ample space and ventilation. The salon is bright and cozy, with a U-shaped settee, a folding table, and a navigation station.

The spacious forward cabin has a large double berth, bench seating, a large hanging locker, and an ensuite head. The aft cabin has a massive berth with in-cabin storage lockers. There is a second head between the aft cabin and the navigation station on the port side.

There are many opening ports for great ventilation and natural light and a Webasto forced air diesel heater to keep the boat cozy and dry on crisp evening sails and cold mornings in the off-season.  

  • Webasto ThermoPro 90D Cabin Heater
  • Raritan 6-gallon hot water heater, 120 volt and bus heated
  • Storage throughout
  • Two-cabin, two-head design for maximum privacy
  • Large cockpit with plenty of seating
  • Substantial fold-down swim platform for enjoying life at anchor



Aft of the oval settee has the L-shaped galley. This has the Force-10 3-burner gimbaled stove with oven for the cruising chef. The counter has deep, dual stainless steel sinks with pressure hot and cold water. The aft corner has an in-counter fridge freezer. with a large front-loading fridge door. The galley has ample locker and drawers along the hull above and below the counter.

  • Force 10 3-burner gimbaled propane stove with an oven
  • Quasar Microwave
  • Nova Kool Fridge & Freezer Model: LT-201 (new 2018)
  • Kuuma BBQ
  • 2 X 20lbs. propane bottles
  • Dual stainless steel sinks


Electronics and Electrical

Ice Bear is set up for both racing and cruising with a suite of B&G wind instrumentation and Garmin chartplotter. There is ample battery storage and all the standard electrical systems. 

  •  Icom VHF Radio Model: IC-M56 (Nav. Station
  • Icom VHF Radio Model: IC-M34, hand held
  • West Marine VHF Radio hand held
  • Autohelm Autopilot Model: ST6000
  • Garmin GPS/Chart/Sounder/Radar  GPSMAP 4208 (secured in the Binnacle pod)
  • Horizon VHF Model: HX870, hand held
  • B & G Wind speed indicator
  • B & G Speed Indicator
  • B & G Compass Indicator
  • B & G Depth Sounder
  • Xantrex Freedom 20 Inverter/Charger
  • Victron Energy Battery Indicator
  • Freedom Battery Status Indicator Model: HFS
  • 6 X 6 Volt HD House Batteries
  • 1 X 12 volt S27 HD starter battery
  • 30 Amp Shore power connection
  • 30 Amp. Shore power cable with a Marinco plug
  • Dual AM/FM/CD Model: AMB600W
  • JVC 21" LCD TV


Sails and Rigging

The owners had new rod rigging installed in 2014 and have replaced all the running rigging since then. New sails were made in 2015 and they keep a full set of racing and cruising sails depending on their desires. The boat is a capable racer and with the combination of good sails, rigging, and a well-designed hull with a deep fin keel, you have a performance cruiser that is a competitive racer.  The Doyle Stack Pack keeps your mainsail in great shape and makes lowering and storage a breeze. 

  • Harken MK IV2 roller furling head stay
  • 5/16" split backstay with Navtec hydraulic tension.
  • Solid stainless steel wire standing rigging.
  • Telescoping solid boom vang
  • 2 X Lewmar 54” 2-speed, self-tailing, main winches
  • 2 X Lewmar 44" 2-speed, self-tailing winches
  • 2 X Lewmar 44” 2-speed, self-tailing winches
  • Cruising mainsail, Dacron with a Doyle Stack Pack
  • Cruising genoa, 130%  on roller furling head stay


Miscellaneous Safety and Ground Tackle

  • Rocna 20 anchor (secured on dual aluminum anchor bow roller)
  • 60 ft. 5/16" galvanized chain
  • 200 ft. 5/8" 8-stranded line
  • Lewmar windlass with up & down foot switches
  • 2016 Zodiac Cadet 3250FR (10 Ft.) Tender
  • Tohatsu 8hp outboard
  • Ritchie 4" Powerdamp compass (top of Binnacle)
  • Lifesling Overboard Rescue System
  • Jim Buoy horseshoe retrieval ring
  • Fox 40 heaving line
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  • Boat NameIce Bear
  • ModelFirst 42S7
  • Model Year1995
  • LOA42.5 ft
  • Engines Total Power50 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine Model4JH3E
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power50|horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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Rhodes 782 Center Cockpit Ketch

1969/54 ft/Sidney, BC

US$ 163,732.50CA

Masterfully designed and crafted Dutch Ketch. Purpose-built for adventuring in both coastal and bluewater with a steel hull and multiple sail configurations 

Unveil the allure of a masterfully crafted 54' Motorsailer, an enduring testament to Dutch shipbuilding excellence. Impeccably rebuilt between 2000 and 2005, this steel ketch stands poised for your next maritime adventure, offering the perfect combination of bluewater sailing capability and luxurious live-aboard comfort. This versatile vessel offers three cabins, including a main cabin with a double bed and single bed, a forward starboard cabin with two bunk beds, and a V-berth, providing spacious accommodations. There is also clever storage solutions and thoughtful design elements made to elevate the onboard experience.

Equipped with myriad navigation technology, including an AIS system, Furuno radar, Icom M710 VHF radio, Furuno Plotter with depth sounder, and a modified CPT Autopilot. This Motorsailer ensures precision and safety during your seafaring journeys. The robust 4-53 Detroit diesel engine, guarantees both power, maneuverability and long lasting performance . Embrace sustainable ocean adventures with eco-friendly features like a wind generator, engine-driven watermaker, and seven solar panels generating more than enough power for all your daily activities. With a generous 350 gallon diesel capacity and 160 gallon water capacity, coupled with comforts like an Adriatic diesel cook stove, cozy cabin propane heater, and a wood fireplace in the salon, this motorsailer is a harmonious blend of functionality and opulence, inviting you to set sail in unparalleled style.

As you traverse the open waters, revel in the intimate warmth of a meticulously designed living space. The Adriatic diesel cook stove graces the galley, ensuring delightful culinary experiences, while the cozy cabin propane heater in the aft cabin and a wood fireplace in the salon infuse the interior with comfort and ambiance. The vessel accommodates seven solar panels, generating a robust 750 Watts, enhancing its sustainability profile. With a fuel capacity of 350 gallons and a water capacity of 160 gallons, this motorsailer ensures self-sufficiency during extended journeys. Whether you seek adventure on the high seas or a serene live-aboard experience, this Motorsailer beckons with its timeless charm and seafaring prowess.

More Details


LOA: 54'0"
Beam: 15’8"
Draft: 4’9”
Registered Tonnage is: 33.92 RT


Fuel Tanks: Multiple steel tanks located midship on stbd and port side amounting to a total of 350
Water Tanks: Multiple plastic tanks secured throughout hull with a total capacity of 200 gal
Holding Tanks: One 25 gallon plastic holding tank located port forward under aft head sink


Model: 453
HP: 120hp
Fuel: Diesel
Hours: 1500 approx.


Furuno Plotter 
Furuno Radar: 32 Waas Navigator 
AIS System
Icom M710 single-side -band radio,
Depth sounder: 300 TX
CPT Autopilot
Compass: Danforth
Rudder Angle Indicator: HBELT
Wind Speed: Raymarine ST 40


Lewmar 250 Bow thruster
Wind Driven Generator
Water maker - 40 GPH 
Multiple Heating Sources as follows:
Galley: Dickinson
Salon: Ceramic Fire Place 
Cabin: Sig Marine Propane Heater
Force 10 BBQ
Eno 2 burner propane stove
Profession Mariner Battery Charger
7 Solar Panels
Xantrex Inverter
Battery System as follows
Two 12V 27M located in Fo'c'sle Cabin
Five 12V 31 located in engine room
Four 8V 32 located in engine room
All main sail lines lead to cockpit
Mizzen lines are found on aft deck
Refrigeration: Nova Kool 12V
Freezer: Salton 120 VAC
50kg Claw Anchor
Attached to Claw is 400 feet of 7/16" galvanized chain
200 feet of Rope is 3/4" three strand nylon
5/8" braided polypropylene on reel
Back up anchor is 40kg Danforth
Jabsco Macerators
Nautical davit and winch.
Anchor and chain saltwater wash down 


Head sail - 140 furling - Sunguard strip
Stay sail - bolted to deck
Orange Strom sail
Main sail - 3 reef points - (2021) 
Mizzen Sail - 2 reef points 


Forward V berth
Stbd Cabin with two bunk beds
Master stateroom aft with separated bunks and ensuite with shower


Open concept salon with galley designed on port side
Double sink, 2-burner electric stove with oven, freezer
Cozy feeling in salon with fireplace located on stbd corner

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  • Model782 Center Cockpit Ketch
  • Model Year1969
  • LOA54 ft
  • Engines Total Power120 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandDetroit
  • Engine Model4-53
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power120|horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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Cutter Custom Steel

1999/48 ft/Port Coquitlam, BC

US$ 86,596.30CA


This vessel is a welded steel vessel with aluminium mast and boom which is Cutter rigged. It has an open fore deck with a forward trunk cabin and side decks followed by the raised pilothouse which is followed by the aft trunk cabin.
The stern has a davit with a hinged bracket for the inflatable skiff hanging from it. The accommodations are as follows; there is a double berth in the vee berth followed by a double stateroom on the starboard side with a head and bath on the port side. The salon has a dinette on the starboard side and galley followed by the engine space and the master stateroom and a separate head in the stern.
The vessel is powered with a single diesel engine and gear and a straight shaft to the propeller.

Embark on your nautical dreams with this 1999 custom-built steel cutter sailboat! Crafted with precision and designed for both comfort and performance, this 48-foot beauty is ready to set sail on new adventures. Whether you're a seasoned sailor or a passionate explorer, this vessel promises an unforgettable journey on the open seas.

Experience the thrill of sailing with precision and ease. The cutter rigging allows for versatility in sail options, providing excellent performance in various wind conditions.

Seize the opportunity to own a piece of maritime excellence. Don't miss your chance to sail away on this 1999 48-foot custom steel cutter sailboat—where every voyage is a celebration of craftsmanship, adventure, and the boundless beauty of the open sea!


Length Overall: 52’
Beam: 16’  
Max Bridge Clearance: 
Max Draft: 

Dry Weight: 54,000 lbs
Ballast in Keel: 

Fuel: 2 x 500 gal.
Fresh Water: 20 gal.
Hot Water Tank: 6 gal

Ford Lehman (Engine 1) 
Engine Type: inboard 
Fuel Type: Diesel 
Hours: 200
Power: 120 hp
Propeller Material: 

VHF: Icom ICM570R
Radar: Furuno 1720
Compass: 5” Dirigio
Auto Pilot: Comnav 2001
Sounder: Standard digital
Computer: Lapotp with 14” screen
G.P.S. Garmin Chart Ploter 182C
Engine: Oli pressure, Water temperature, Tachometer

Inside Equipment
Sinks:Double stainless steal with hot & cold water
Drainage / Thru-hulls: Nylon hose to thru hull pipe
Interior Heating: Webasto hydroponic system  
Heating Fuel: Diesel
Tank installations:20 gallon Day tank
Hoses and clamps:Neoprene
Chimney: Lagged Stainless steel
Stove: Force Ten
Stove Fuel: Propane
Fridge: Norcold over & under fridge freezer

Main Bank:3 - 8D
Stowage: Well installed
Selector Switch: Marine type
Spark Proof: Yes
Inverter: Xantrex 2500watt
Solar Panels: 4 panel on pilot house
Wind vane: stern

Outside Equipment
Type: Cutter rigged with self furling fore sail
Mast and Boom: Aluminum
Standing Rigging: Stainless steel with turnbuckles 30 yrs old
Running rigging: Good condition
Chain Plates: Stainless steel
Backstay Adjuster: Mechanical
Ballast: Integral
Self Bailing: Yes
Winches: Anderson x 2 Size 28; Anderson x 1 Size 40

The sails are all made of Dacron. They are worn, with some deterioration
Two Sails, Main Fore sail Dacron
Rigging 1999 - Stays and Turn Buckles
Profurl Self furling with dacron genoa

Aft Captains Cabin with double berth
Midship Stateroom on starboard side with double berth
Vee-berth with two singles


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  • ModelCustom Steel
  • Model Year1999
  • LOA48 ft
  • Engines Total Power125 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandFord
  • Engine ModelLehman
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power125|horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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Contest 38S Ketch

1981/38 ft/Sidney, BC

US$ 86,608.20CA

The Contest is a high quality, Dutch built boat This 38S is a typical Contest of the early 1980s which is ketch rigged. She is solidly built, heavy displacement, but with a fin keel, so easy handling for the  crew. The center cockpit design allows for a spacious aft cabin which features a double bunk settee and vanity.

"No Contest" has been exceptionally well maintained and is ready for her next owners.  Being Blue water capable, she is the perfect boat for a couple or young family to consider purchasing for their offshore adventure.

Hauled and bottom painted in August 2023. Full listing below.


Contest 38S

Name........................................................... No Contest

Year...................................................................... 1981

Builder................................................... Contest Yachts

Designer......................................................... Dick Zaal

LOA...................................................................... 37’4”

LWL.................................................................... 29’10”

Beam....................................................................... 12’

Draft........................................................................ 6’5”

Displacement.................................................. 19,285lbs

Ballast.............................................................. 7,593lbs

Sail Area .......................................................... 538sq/ft

Hull  ..............................................................Fiberglass

Deck............................................................. Fiberglass

Steering............................................................... Wheel

Keel......................................................................... Fin

Rudder......................................................... Skeg hung

Fuel................................................................... 59.4gal

Water................................................................ 92.4gal

Hot Water............................................................... 6gal

Holding Tank......................................................... 20gal

Heating...................................... Sigmar Diesel Bulkhead



  •  Solid hand laid GRP below the waterline
  •  Balsa cored GRP above the waterline
  •  Hull to deck joint is a shoebox inward turning flange on 7” centers and glassed over, capped with a teak rub-strake
  •  Plywood bulkheads bonded to the hull
  •  Teak decking has been removed and professionally finished with non-skid paint



  •  Center cockpit
  •  2 Cabin, 1 head layout
  •  Cabinetry and joinery of high quality, varnished teak
  •  Salon: Center dinette leaf table, port & starboard settees, double as sea berths, storage outboard in lockers
  •  Galley: L-shaped to port with a single large deep sink, pressurized hot/cold water, Propane Optimus 3 burner stove w/oven, top loading Dometic CU -100 fridge/freezer
  •  Owner’s cabin: located aft, pullman double to port, L-shaped settee, vanity with sink, storage lockers
  •  Guest cabin: forward V-berth, lockers, overhead hatch, shelving and hanging lockers
  •  Head: fwd to port, shower, vanity with sink, pressurized hot cold water, manual marine toilet, holding tank, y-valve, macerator.
  •  Chart table: to starboard, full size front facing table, storage under seat, lockers, AC/DC distribution panels, GPS at table, engine gauges, VHF, SSB radio, stereo



  •  Yanmar 4JH2-E, 50hp, 4400 hours
  •  Shaft, cutlass bearing, bronze 3 blade fixed prop
  •  New heat exchanger 2022



  •  30amp shorepower
  •  110VAC and 12VDC distribution panels
  •  House Batteries: 4 x Trojan T106 6V
  •  Start Battery: 1 x Group 27
  •  Charger: ProMariner ProNautic 12-30
  •  Solar Panels: 160W, Victron MPPT 100/30 regulator
  •  Battery Monitor: Blue Sea BVM 700
  •  Galvanic Isolator: ProSafe F230
  •  Bilge Pump: 2 x electric Rule 1000 with float switches
  •  Manual Bige pump: Whale
  •  High water alarm
  •  Black water: manual toilet, Y-valve, GRP holding tank (20gal), macerator pump. (recently refurbished)
  •  Washdown pump in the anchor locker
  •  Hot water tank: Seaward 6 gal AC and engine
  •  Fresh water: 2 x s/s tanks totaling 350 liters located under port and stb settees.



  •  GPS: Garmin GPSMap 1042
  •  Auto Pilot: Autohelm 7000
  •  Wind/Speed/Depth: Datamarine
  •  VHF: Icom IC-M506 with AIS
  •  SSB: Icom IC-802
  •  SSB tuner: Icom AT-140
  •  Compass: Plath Hamburg 6”



  •  Mainsail: Leitch & McBride, 2 reefs, partial batten
  •  Genoa: Leitch & McBride 120% on a furler
  •  Asymmetrical spinnaker with new ATN sock



  •  Deck stepped aluminum masts and booms, ketch rig
  •  Single spreaders on each mast, s/s wire standing rigging
  •  Rigid boomvang
  •  Spinnaker pole
  •  Primary Winches: 2 x Enkes AR26S self-tailing
  •  Mizzen mast winch: Enkes AR22 2 speed, Enkes AR12
  •  Main mast winches: 2 x Enkes AR22
  •  Genoa Furler: Beckmal Pastel
  •  Mainsheet traveller aft of cockpit
  •  SS bow and stern pulpits, SS stanchions
  •  Windlass: Lewmar Concept 1
  •  Anchor: Bruce 15kg, 275ft of 5/16 G4 chain
  •  Custom fabricated swim platform, to be installed



  •  Canvas cockpit enclosure
  •  Dinghy davits
  •  Dinghy: not included
  •  Outboard: not included
  •  Full winter cover



  •  Last haul-out and anti-fouling: Aug 2023 Keel sand blasted, 5 coats of inter-protect, 2 coats antifouling
  •  Last zinc(s) change: Aug 2023
  •  Last engine oil change: Aug 2023
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  • Boat NameNo Contest
  • Model38S Ketch
  • Model Year1981
  • LOA37.33 ft
  • Engines Total Power50 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine Model4JH2-E
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power50|horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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Jongert 24m

1984/95 ft/Vancouver, BC

US$ 1,200,000CA

"ADMIRAL BELLINGSHAUSEN" is a very special yacht.  Built in 1984 as a luxury ocean going yacht, she has been reborn in 2019 for the purpose of exploring high latitude regions of the planet.  Some of the most beautiful sights in the world can be found here, but it takes a special breed of yacht to get there safely.  Admiral Bellingshausen was refit specifically for this task and has traveled to both artic regions, accumulating 60,000 miles under her bottom along the way!  She is ready to keep the journeys going!

The yacht is actively moving to various locations.

Please contact the LIsting Broker for current location.

Not for sale to US residents while in US Waters.  


Built: 1984

Renewed CE Approval in 2023 as a recreational craft:  Class A for 12 passengers max or Class B for 24 passengers max. 


The vessel has been categorized as under 24 meters for the load line rule, and is therefore categorized as a leisure vessel, not commercial.  This is crucial in that the vessel does not have the manning requirements of yachts above 24 m LL.


EU Tax status: VAT paid

LOA: 95’           29m including bow pulpit and aft platform.

LOD: 78’ 3”      23.86m (not counting bow pulpit or aft platform)

Beam: 22’        6.7m

Draft: 9’ 1” /2.8 meter keel up and 11’ 6”/3.53.5m with keel down.   


Cruising speed 9 knots



Admiral Bellingshausen was built in 1984 to the design of Peter Sijim and W. De Vries Lentsch.  Her sail plan and underwater shape was designed for all-around performance, ease of handling and a steady helm.  She has benefited from very attentive owners.  Major refit in 2005-2006 that included new decks, as well as refits in 2012-2013, 2016 when the decks were renewed with new Sikaflex, and then the most recent in 2019.



On 27 January 1820, a Russian expedition led by Admiral Fabian Gottlieb von Bellingshausen and Mikhail Lazarev discovered an ice shelf at Princess Martha Coast that later became known as the Fimbul Ice Shelf.  Bellingshausen and Lazarev became the first explorers to see and officially discover the land of the continent of Antarctica.


Admiral Bellingshausen, the discoverer of the Antarctic continent was born in Estonia.  Thus, the inspiration for the trip and the name of the vessel.


Current owners’ expedition story:


The three polar voyages on the yacht Admiral Bellingshausen 2019-2023


On the initiative of Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Estonian Maritime Museum and NGO Thetis Expeditions, it was decided to organize a sea expedition to Antarctica to celebrate the discovery of the continent 200 years ago.


First a dignified ship had to be found in order to take us there. After thorough search we chose Jongert ketch built in 1984 in the Netherlands. Jongerts have been called ocean jewels and we quickly realized why. Timeless comfort and elegance, seaworthiness and optimal speed both with engine and under sails – perfect combination for great voyages. The yacht had two more crucial virtues for the colder seas: closed warm wheelhouse with 360-degree view plus steel hull for icy waters.


The owners of the yacht have been closely connected to the sea for decades. Some of them have sailed around the world and all the oceans and one is the owner of a shipyard. That was especially valuable for preparing the yacht for the polar voyage. That was done with the utmost care at the Baltic Workboats shipyard in Estonia.


The President of the Republic of Estonia, Kersti Kaljulaid, also took part in the voyage, giving the world's first digital signature on the icy continent via the Iridium satellite communication channel.


More than 20 researchers took part in the trip and spoke at conferences and forums in various ports, highlighting the importance of the ocean and its vulnerabilities to climate change. At the request of the telecommunications company Telia, a 10-part TV-documentary was made covering the trip. The voyage was great success and the owners of the yacht started to look North.


In 2021 another voyage was organized and this time to the Arctic. The voyage was focused on climate issues, maritime safety and far-away cultures. Again, a TV-documentary was made, and the yacht sailed five months in the Arctic waters visiting Faroe Islands, Iceland, East Greenland with its gorgeous Scoresby Sund, Jan Mayen and Spitsbergen. Everything functioned flawlessly, the documentary was success and we wanted more.


In June 2023 the yacht set sail to the third polar voyage with an ambitious aim to become the first yacht under Estonian tricolor to sail the Northwest Passage in Arctic Canada. After Roald Amundsen who was the first to pass that in 1903-1906 only about 350 vessels have managed to repeat it and only half of them have been sailing yachts. This is one of the biggest challenges one can encounter in sailing world and we faced that successfully.

The owners have become passionate about the yacht and the polar regions during those years, but it seems that as all the three goals set have been achieved, it’s time to let her go. We truly believe that the yacht deserves and is ready for new challenges, new gorgeous voyages. Our dear Old Lady is perfectly fit and ready to fulfil many more dreams in the future.  




2019 pre-journey refit:

With the extended and rigorous voyages planned, the vessel had to be 1) safe, 2) reliable and 3) comfortable.  These were the mandates of the owners to the refit team. 


The hull was ultra-sonically scanned, and all plates not within tolerance for the requirements were replaced.  The engine was replaced with a detuned commercial Volvo 400 hp engine so that it would have tremendous durability.  In fact, its first major overhaul is scheduled at 21,000 hours, and it has only 7,000 hours after four years and 60,000 sea miles.  All the ships systems were replaced to ensure reliability, these included electronic, communications, electrical, etc.  All of this has made Admiral Bellingshausen ready right now for another around-the-world cruise with just the addition of food and fuel.


VIDEO TOUR:  https://drive.google.com/file/d/1qBkeiPNY9-ycd0B5xgTZvMvoS-YsRK8R/view


The vessel boasts comfortable accommodations for 8 guests in three cabins and 4 crew in two cabins. 


The primary cabin is aft and has a huge centerline berth, as well as having “wing berths” that allow more sleeping space, lounge area and just more open space to the cabin.  There is a tub in the head area for luxury at sea!  


Each guest cabin has a single berth and a double berth for a total of three people in each cabin.


The dining area is combined with the galley for a true communal feeling.  There is a very large table with lots of seating and the well-appointed galley just feet away.


The galley features multiple refrigerators and deep freezers.  Additional under floor food storage.  Induction stove, oven, dishwasher, microwave, coffee machine and clothes washer/dryer below the deck.



  • Carbon Steel hull
  • Teak decks
  • Major overhaul in 2019: Baltic Workboats AS, Estonia
  • Bow thruster
  • Telescoping keel with hydraulic lift – rebuilt in 2019



  • Teak decks new in 2006 and renewed 2016
  • Windlass with dual chain gypsies and rope winch on center
  • Two anchors with chain
  • 4 halyard winches at base of main mast
  • 4 winches at mizzen mast for halyards and trimming of headsails
  • 1 winch in aft cockpit for trimming the mainsail.
  • Foredeck access to bow storage area which has water tight doors and bulkheads
  • Aft on-deck storage locker behind mizzen mast
  • Aft deck shower
  • Side boarding ladder
  • Canvas and Eisenglass enclosure around bimini over aft cockpit.
  • Deckhouse windshield with spin-window for visibility during heavy rain or spray.
  • Windshield wipers on two windows of pilothouse
  • Large bimini over aft cockpit


Engine room:

  • Volvo Penta 400hp new 2019 with 7,000 hours (first major overhaul scheduled at 21,000 hours)
  • 4 blade propeller
  • Propeller can freewheel to drive a hydraulic pump which powers the steering system when sailing at moderate speeds, thus not burning fuel.
  • Top speed is 11knots and
  • Tankage:
  • 6,840 liters of fuel
  • Range of approximately 3,500 nm
  • 3,150 liters of fresh water.
  • Blackwater - 2 tanks, 1520 liters and 1370 liters



The navigation system was set up with redundancy, such as dual plotters and two totally separate auto pilot systems.

  • Navigation: 2x Simrad  24” monitors with 2x NSO 3 computers, Ecosounder, SideScan, Downscan, 3D sonar. NEW FROM 2019
  • Radars: Simrad Halo24-019 and Simrad Halo 107 NEW FROM 2019
  • Autopilot: 2x Simrad NAC3 NEW FROM 2019
  • Various TVs and sound systems
  • Starlink satellite internet system for internet
  • Navtex Plus
  • SimradMX510 Navigation System – GPS display
  • Sailor VHF/DFC radio
  • Sailor VHF radio
  • Sailor MF-HF radio
  • Satellite phone
  • Sea Tel TV-AT-SEA antenna control panel
  • Victron Energy GMDSS monitor
  • Thrane & Thrane display


Rig and sails:

  • Aluminum masts and booms.  Each with two sets of spreaders.
  • 30.4-meter bridge clearance
  • Main and Mizzen feature hydraulic in-mast furling systems
  • Both masts repainted in 2019
  • New standing rigging in 2015 with 10-year guarantee coverage
  • Running rigging 2019
  • Hydraulic furling for genoa and staysail
  • Sails by Elveström – Main, Mizzen, Genoa, Staysail and asymmetric spinnaker, all new 2019.
  • Mast mounted utility winches on both masts.



  • Watermakers: 2x50 l/h Schenker ZEN 50 NEW FROM 2019
  • Heating equipment: 30kw diesel boiler, 15kw electric boiler and heat exchanger from main engine NEW FROM 2019
  • Air conditioning: Mawe 2x15kW  NEW FROM 2019
  • Air compressor in engine room



  • Generators: 2x 21kW Kohler NEW FROM 2019 a bit over 3,000 hour each.
  • Inverters: Victron 5kW 24/240V and 3kw 24/240 NEW FROM 2019
  • Battery chargers: 2xVictron NEW FROM 2019
  • Battaries: Service 3x220 amph, engine starters 2x220 amph, power 6x220 amph NEW FROM 2021
  • LED lighting



  • Zodiac “Milpro” Commercial grade RIB dinghy with console, on aft platform and is launched via an extension pole in the mizzen boom.
  • Tohatsu engine for RIBf
  • 2 x 16-person commercial life-rafts with Artic fit out that are stored on the aft deck in commercial mounts.
  • Bilge alarm system
  • Fire extinguishing system







The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  • Boat NameAdmiral Bellingshausen
  • Model24m
  • Model Year1984
  • LOA95 ft

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Amel 54 KETCH

2011/54 ft/Sidney, BC

US$ 720,000CA

It is with great pleasure to bring this pristine Amel 54 Ketch to market. "Max" is hull # 173, the last 54ft produced. She is loaded with every option, and at the time of the build, the owner requested that Amel install a Steyr Motor which was the new engine brand being installed in the 55's.

This one owner boat, is currently on her second circumnavigation, and is currently sailing down the west coast of North America after spending the summer of 2023 in Alaska and the PNW. 

When I took these photos in the middle of their cruise, the boat was so clean and tidy, it looked like she was part of a boat show. That is how meticulous the owners are. All equipment is perfectly maintained with no deferred maintenance.

The vessel is set up for short handed sailing, as the owners never sail with crew. (except through Patagonia). Amel Yachts need no introduction and offer an extensive list of high quality options, which "Max" is loaded with for true offshore cruising. 

Please review the description list below


Name..................................................................... Max

Year...................................................................... 2011

Builder.................................................................. Amel

Designer.......................................... Amel Design Office

LOA........................................................ 56.43ft/17.20m

LWL....................................................... 50.36ft.15.35m

Beam....................................................... 15.75ft/4.80m

Draft........................................................... 6.89ft/2.10m

Displacement................................. 38,580lb/17,5000kg

Ballast................................................ 11,243lb/5,100kg

Sail Area ..................................... 1, 506ftsq/139.91msq

Hull ................................................................Fiberglass

Deck............................................................. .Fiberglass

Steering.......................... Wheel with Cable to quadrant

Keel........................................... Cast Iron Fin with bulb

Rudder................................................................... Skeg

Fuel....................................................................... 900L

Water..................................................................... 900L

Hot Water................................................................ 50L

Holding Tank...................................................... 2 x 90L



  •  Hull # 173, last one in the series, has all improvements
  •  Hull: Single skin fiberglass polyester with Vinylester resin
  •  Deck: Sandwich balsa fiberglass polyester with anti-slip
  •  Hull deck joint is mechanically fastened and bonded
  •  Hull is reinforced by longitudinal stringers and transverse bulkheads
  •   Four water-tight bulkheads



  •  Luxurious and cozy, finished in rich Mahogany with solid wood trim, cream upholstery, teak and holy style sole
  •  Layout is the Owner’s version: featuring a large owner’s cabin aft, guest cabin forward to port, bunk beds to starboard, single bed in the passageway to owners cabin
  •  Galley: To port of the companion way
  •  Large U-shaped galley, white Corian counter tops
  •  Top loading Fridge, top loading Freezer
  •  Extra freezer under dinette seating
  •  4 Burner with oven gas stove, microwave, dishwasher
  •  Double stainless-steel sink with mixer hot/cold faucet
  •  Storage in cupboards, drawers, hanging lockers and floor
  •  Installed above sinks in a cabinet are: DC and AC distribution breaker panels, water-maker controls, generator remote start, Webasto diesel heat control
  •  Chart table: to port of the companion way, full size L-shaped leather covered chart table, big enough to open a paper chart
  •  Comfortable swivel chair with a back rest
  •  See Electronics list for inventory
  •  Salon: forward of the galley and chart table to port, a large U-shaped dinette featuring a beautiful solid Mahogany dining table, seats six comfortably,
  •  Storage cabinets outboard, TV is mounted
  •   To starboard are two single leather seats separated by a drinks table, storage   cabinets outboard
  •  Owners cabin: Full beam cabin, huge opening portlights at the head of the bed allows an abundance of natural light and air into the cabin
  •  True walk around queen bed, reading lights, side tables with drawers, hanging   lockers, drawers and shelves on both sides of the bed
  •  Writing or make up desk with mirror, light
  •  TV mounted on the bulkhead
  •  Air-conditioning and heater controls
  •  Owners head: large ensuite with a separate shower
  •  Excellent headroom and volume, vanity with sink, storage below and wall   cupboards, large mirror, separate shower stall with a large opening hatch above   the shower
  •  Toilet is electric fresh water flush
  •  Guest Cabin: forward of the salon to port, pullman style double bed, hanging   locker, cupboards outboard of the bed, reading lights, opening ports, fans, air-   conditioning and heater controls
  •  Guest Head: Large compartment, features separate shower stall, vanity and   sink, mirror, storage
  •  Electric fresh water flush toilet
  •  Separate washing machine and dryer are installed in here
  •  Additional accommodations: opposite the guest cabin features a single bed with a fold up bunk bed above
  •  In the passage way to the owners cabin, aft of the chart table, is a single bed perfectly located for a sea berth


  •  Center cockpit style, bench seating port, stb and aft
  •  Signature Amel windshield with two opening windows
  •  Custom canvas dodger and side curtains for enclosure
  •  Helm seat and wheel offset to port, dash perfectly laid out with all engine controls, electronic repeaters and sailing instruments at your fingertips
  •  All systems, furling of sails, lines, winches can be controlled from the cockpit making this vessel very easy for two to handle without leaving the cockpit


  •  Steyrmotors, 4 cyl, 144hp Turbo Diesel, monobloc, injector pump, 4000 hours
  •  Propeller: Folding Autoprop, 3 blade, with Spurs line cutter, spare fixed prop
  •  Bow Thruster: SidePower retractable, emergency red “kill” switch
  •  Alternator: 14V/90Ah
  •  Alternator Service: 24V/110Ah
  •  2 x Racor filters


  •  220VAC/24VDC
  •  Generator: Onan Cummins, 11KVA, 4600 hours
  •  Automatic Battery charger: 100A Mastervolt
  •  Extra 50A charger: Victron
  •  House Batteries: 12 x Victron AGM, 110Ah
  •  Start Battery: 1 x 12V
  •  Xantrex amp/volt meter control
  •  Inverter: Victron 24V/220V, 5000W
  •  Inverter: Mastervolt at chart table, 24/220V 800W
  •  Solar Panels: Victron 24V/560W with regulator
  •  Wind generator: Eclectic Energy D400 with regulator
  •  Air conditioning: 3 units, saloon, aft cabin, fore cabin, 24/220volt
  •  Fans installed throughout the vessel
  •  LED lighting through out
  •  Tricolor masthead navlights (LED) plus LED navlights at deck level
  •  Heat: Webasto diesel heater, 5Kw
  •  Hot water heater: 50L, heats off engine or 220V
  •  Watermaker: Dessalator 24V/220V, 100L/hr, with pre-pump
  •  Washing machine: Bosch max 5
  •  Dryer: Minea Minuterie
  •  2 x Electric flush toilets, fresh or salt water (1)
  •  2 x holding tanks, 90 L
  •  Hot and cold water with engine or 220V
  •  High pressure pump in the cockpit
  •  Filtered water at galley sink
  •  Hot and cold water shower on the stern
  •  Automatic Bilge pump, manual bilge pump, emergency pump


  •  Chartplotter/GPS: Furuno with Navnet system, 2 units, chart table and helm
  •  Radar: Furuno Arpa overlay
  •  Autopilot: Furuno Navpilot 511 (direct on the rudder stock), second identical autopilot Hydraulic rams by Lecomble et Schmitt
  •  VHF: Icom M505 with remote at the helm
  •  SSB: Icom M801 with Pactor III usb
  •  Iridium Go Satellite
  •  Navtex Fax 30 Furuno in Navnet
  •  Weather forecast on Furuno Navnet
  •  AIS FA 50 RX/TX
  •  Log-speedometer: Brookes and Gatehouse Hydra 3000
  •  Depth Sounder: Brookes and Gatehouse Hydra 3000
  •  Wind speed/direction: Brookes & Gatehouse Hydra 3000
  •  Forward looking sonar: Interphase
  •  Electronic Barometer
  •  Stereo: Pioneer on Bose system interior and cockpit
  •  TV 26” + DVD player, Bose sound system saloon, Extra TV 32” and Bose sound system in aft cabin
  •  CD player


  •  All sails are HydraNet cloth
  •  In-mast Triradial furling mainsail
  •  Genoa
  •  Staysail
  •  Mizzen
  •  Ballooner
  •  Covers for two foresails
  •  Sun covers, cockpit cover, winch covers


  •  Staysail Ketch rig
  •  Deck stepped main and mizzen aluminum masts
  •  Both masts have 2 x swept backed spreaders
  •  Stainless steel wire standing rigging
  •  Forestay, inner forstay, two backstays, two lower shrouds, two intermediates,   two upper shrouds for each mast
  •  Genoa electric furling system, Bamar 2.02
  •  Staysail electric furling system Bamar 1.02
  •  Mainsail electric furling system
  •  Mizzen on manual furling system
  •  Facnor roller for the gennaker
  •  2 x poles
  •  Adjustable sheet travelers for both mainsail and genoa
  •  All running rigging is Dyneema



  •  Windlass: 2 x Lewmar vertical, foot switches, cockpit controls
  •  Anchor: Bugel, Stainless Steel, 40kg, 100m s/s chain
  •  Anchor: Lewmar Delta, 20m stainless steel, 80m rope
  •  Anchor: Fortress 16
  •  Chain counter AutoAnchor at the helm
  •  Total 11 X Lewmar winches, 3 x electric
  •  Anderson line tenders
  •  Cockpit table
  •  Opacmare electric gangway with remote control
  •  Two seats in the pushpit
  •  Davits: Sampson Electric with Dyneema
  •  S/S arch housing the solar panels and wind generator
  •  Solid S/S lifelines
  •  7 opening hatches, 11 opening portholes


  •  Life raft in port S/S cradle
  •  Dinghy: AB AL 1, with cover
  •  Outboard: Yamaha 25hp and Yamaha 3hp
  •  Lots of spare parts for the engine, generator and tools 


  •  Last haul-out and anti-fouling: Jan 2023
  •  Last zinc(s) change: Jan 2023
  •  Last engine oil change: Jan 2023
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  • Boat NameMax
  • Model54 KETCH
  • Model Year2011
  • LOA56.33 ft
  • Engines Total Power144 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandSteyr Motors
  • Engine Model144
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power144|horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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Custom Pilothouse

1988/53 ft/Sidney, BC

US$ 181,950CA

Reduced !!   Travel the world in this stunning Pilothouse Sailboat!

"Aquila Maris" is a pristine steel pilothouse sailboat that is ready to fulfil your dream to take you anywhere in the world. Her beautiful interior and appointments will get you there in comfort and style.

She would make an outstanding liveaboard or for an extended stay aboard. 

She is well built with many amenities that include repowering in 2018.  She has been extremely well maintained and consistently upgraded.  Her hull is protected with a Corrosion Monitoring System and an Isolation Transformer

  • 2 cabins
  • 2 heads
  • Spacious Interior
  • Large owner's Aft Cabin


  • Teak and Holly cabin sole
  • Teak interior wood trim
  • Settees to port and starboard
  • Custom computer desk built into starboard settee
  • Lower helm forward to starboard
  • Large chest with chart drawers
  • Ample storage
  • Stainless Steel refrigerator ( New compressor 2021)
  • Under counter freezer ( New compressor 2021)
  • 4 burner propane stove with oven
  • Double stainless steel sinks
  • Hot and cold domestic water
  • Filtered drinking water tap
  • Salt water tap
  • Dinette opposite to galley to starboard
  • Ample storage and prep area
  • Large teak dining table
  • High / Low table that converts to a double berth
  • Button and Tufted upholstered seating around table
  • Lockers and shelving outboard to starboard
Lower Helm
  • Wooden spoke wheel
  • Electronic Engine controls
  • Apparent wind instrument
  • Autopilot
  • Depth Sounder
  • Rudder angle indicator
  • Tank Monitor
  • VHF radios
  • Electrical panel
Owner's Aft Stateroom
  • Pedestal Queen Berth
  • Teak Cabinetry
  • Large hanging lockers
  • Ample storage in lockers drawers and shelves
  • Reading and overhead lighting
  • Carpeting on cabin sole
  • Settee to Starboard 

Owner's ensuite include:

  • Private enclosed head
  • Vanity with sink
  • Hot and Cold Pressure water
  • Vacu-Flush Marine Head
  • LED holding tank monitor
  • Ample storage with countertop
  • Teak and Holly cabin sole
Midships Workshop

Large workshop forward of the galley to starboard include:

  • Hot water tank heated by engine and shore power
  • On demand Hot Water heater
  • Wallas heater (interior heating)
  • Efoy Fuel Cell for 12 Volt charging
  • Shelves and tool storage
Forward Cabin
  • V  style Berth
  • Larger berth to Starboard
  • Smaller single berth to Port that converts to small settee
  • Large hanging locker to Port
  • Locker to starboard with drawers
  • Overhead Hatch
  • Reading and overhead lights
  • Access to anchor locker
Guest / Day Head
  • Large head midships forward of the Dinette
  • Large vanity counter
  • Stainless Steel sink with hot and cold domestic water
  • Fiberglass bathtub / shower
  • Ample storage

AC Service:

  • 2 x 30 amp shore power service and cords
  • 5 KW Onan Generator ~ 660 Hours
  • 2 - Magnum Inverters with remote panels in Salon
  • 110 Volt distribution panel with Volt Meter
  • Double pole Main Breakers
  • 110 Volt outlets throughout the yacht
  • Shore Power / Generator selector switch
  • Isolation Transformer
  • Corrosion monitor system

DC Service:

  • 18 x 6 volt AGM house batteries 2000 amp hours total
  • 2 x 6 volt Lifeline AGM Start batteries
  • 1 x Lifeline AGM Generator Start battery
  • 12 volt distribution panel
  • 1 each DC volt meter for house and engine start batteries
  • EFOY methanol fuel cell charger with remote in workshop
  • 10 x 100 Watt solar panels with Xantrax regulator/controller
  • 12 volt outlets throughout
  • 2 x LED Forward facing docking lights
  • 1 LED Search light with remote control
Electronics and Navigation
  • Furuno Navnet display at upper helm
  • Garmin touch screen plotter
  • Furuno Raday displayed on Navnet screen
  • Raymarine Autopilot with controls at both helms
  • Wireless remote for Autopilot
  • Raymarine / Autohelm Multifunction display for wind speed and depth (both helms)
  • 2 x Depth and Speed Transducers
  • Standard Horizon VHF at upper helm
  • Fixed Mount HF Radio
  • Handheld VHF docked at lower helm
  • Printer and Scanner
  • Global Star and Iridium Bases hardwired
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  • Boat NameAquila Maris
  • ModelPilothouse
  • Model Year1988
  • LOA60 ft
  • Engines Total Power115 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandBeta
  • Engine ModelB115-T
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power115|horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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