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85’ Long-range expedition/research trawler 1988 Good survey and audiogauge available.


Rugged offshore design, legal 12 pack charter potential... $397,500 BAYLINER 33 SPORTFISH 1976


T-Mercs 1993 (260 HP) Genset. Enclosed flybridge, dinghy, radar. New Honda outboard and color chart plotter/GPS and depth ~ $19,900


(800) 677-7245 San Juan Sailing ~ Bellingham, WA 50’ Steel Trawler 2001 50’ Steel Trawler 2001. Twin Chry/Mits 655 diesel - nearly new.


Kohler 5kw genset and diesel heat. Built for liveaboard or NW cruising. Unusual design, very spacious interior, sleeps six. Well appointed and as clean as if she were new. Ready to go to Alaska!... $119,750


64’ GRAND ALASKAN MID-SHIP MASTER LAYOUT


Exquisite long-range capable cruiser with raised pilothouse and impressive live aboard amenities, hydronic diesel heat plus reverse-cycle heat/ air. Wesmar stabilizers and complete navigation electronics. Twin 800hp CATs, bow thruster, 12-16 knots. Galley up with granite counters, large salon with ½ bath, 3 staterooms: king mid-ship master (for privacy), queen guest stateroom and over/under bunk beds in 3rd stateroom, 2 generous heads/show- ers. Surveyed with items being addressed. Charter eligible to defer expenses. Excellent vessel for multi-ownership...................................$995,000


(800) 670-8089 San Juan Yachting ~ Bellingham, WA


35’ Bertram Sportfish “Convertible” 1972 Low hours on replacement twin gas.


Very clean and very good shape throughout. New canvas, boathouse stored. A ‘name brand’ sportfish model perfect for the Northwest. New bottom paint and August hull survey... $44,500


26’ KALLAHAN ALUMINUM CRUISER 1973 GRAND BANKS 42’


Perfect, exceptional condition, stored freshwater 12 years. 812 hours on both engines, restored classic beauty! She’s a must see & ready to go! New bottom, shafts, props Dripless seals. Just surveyed, sound as gold. View her website http://Grandbanksyacht.com


Only $89,950 USD. (480) 948-7053. Courtesy to agents 4108


21’ Mirage 1993 Rebuilt 350 Chev. long block just installed - less than 10 hours.


New Merc. outdrive in ‘09. Excellent blue/gray interior and 60+mph, it’s fast and fun! E-Z Loader trailer, a real steal at... $13,500


www.pacificmarine.org


info@pacificmarine.org SEE 20+ BARGAIN Boats at


(206) 225-3360 57’ CARVER 2002


36’ MONK PILOTHOUSE REDUCED TO $29,950


WILL CONSIDER OFFERS OR PARTIAL TRADE 1950 Monk, 80 hp Ford diesel, hydraulic steering, covered slip at Vancouver Marina. See


scampertwo.net or Jim at dyh@mtsailing.com 3333


1973 GRAND BANKS 48


Bristol, Live & cruise in condo style; Completely redone 2009, new Hydronic Heating; See video on YouTube at: “Grand Banks 48” and www.EmilOnRaven.com for specs & info. $169,900 - May consider trade.


(619) 518-5012 4494


A beautiful yacht powered by twin 635 HP Cummins diesels. Cruise 18 - 23 knots. This luxurious island cruiser has 3 staterooms, Vacuflush heads, beauti- ful open galley with granite countertops, Jenn-Air grill on the fully enclosed flybridge, diesel hydronic cabin heat, full instrumentation, with duplicate instruments on flybridge, rear view and engine room cameras, Twin Disc electronic controls, bow thruster, Onan 17 KW gen set, Aqua Air reverse cycle air conditioning, Zodiac tender w/25 HP Yamaha. Much more. Recent survey. $550,000


(800) 677-7245 San Juan Sailing ~ Bellingham, WA 48° NORTH, JANUARY 2011 PAGE 93


“Komokwa” is well equipped, well maintained, and very strong. She is a 1991 welded aluminum cuddy cabin cruiser with 64 headroom. Galley with kerosene stove/ heater; separate head; 220 HP Mercruiser diesel - Bravo II (500 hours); 100 gallons fuel; 25 gallons water and 6 gallons hot water. Electronics includes new Furuno Nav/Net VX2 radar/chart plotter; Furuno DFF1 Colour Sonar, Interphase forward looking sonar. Remarkably fine condition. Contact Barry@paparumba.org or call


(250) 896-6363. Asking $75,000 OBO 4306


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