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40’ BAYLINER 4087 CKPT MY ’96 .............149,500 True North is possibly the best cared for and maintained Bayliner 4087. Nice cockpit with fishing platform and easy on/off access from dock or dinghy.


21’ GRADY-WHITE 208 ADVENTURE ’99 19,900 28’ BAYLINER 2859 CLASSIC ’02 39,900 29’ BLACKFIN FB SPORTFISH ’88 62,500 34’ SEA RAY 340 SUNDANCER ‘87 28,500 38’ BAYLINER 3870 ’85


84,500 38’ CHRIS CRAFT COMMANDER ’65 65,000


41’ ROUGHWATER PILOTHOUSE MY ’83 69,500 42’ CHRIS CRAFT CATALINA 426 ’86 109,000 45’ SEA RAY 450 SUNDANCER ‘96 164,500 45’ CHRIS CRAFT COMMANDER ’80 69,000 48’ JERSEY DAWN CONVERTIBLE ’91 249,950 48’ GRAND BANKS ’73


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38’ LAGUNA SF/CONVERTIBLE ’74 ...........60,000 These well-appointed sportfishers are known for their extremely strong fiberglass hulls. Excellent handling in rough seas and a nice comfortable ride.


34’ CALIFORNIAN ’79 ...................................49,900 Every system has been fully tested and she is ready for your next adventure! The current owner is buying a larger yacht and would consider a trade.


32’ CARVER 3297 MARINER ’89 .................49,900 Really nice listing! Center-entrance transom door, large cockpit, huge salon, functional head/shower, spacious master and walk-around forward deck.


30’ SEA RAY 300 WEEKENDER ’86 .............21,500 A straight inboard-powered express cruiser that is a perfect choice for fishing, diving, cruising and general family fun. Very spacious interior and cockpit.


28’ BAYLINER 288 DISCOVERY ’08 ............79,900 Whether you want to trailer her to your favorite lake or take her offshore for a day of fishing, she will get you there in comfort, speed, style and safety.


28’ BAYLINER 2855 CIERA ’91 ....................23,900 Simple, low maintenance runabout. Rebuilt mechanical systems incl. engine and outdrive, and comfortable layout make her a great all-around boat.


52’ SANTA CRUZ ’92 ..................................369,000 Impeccably maintained with two-stateroom two-head layout. Tall carbon fiber mast with fractional jibs and masthead spinnakers. Many short-handed features.


44’ LAFITTE ’81 .........................................139,500 Second Wind is proven and has had upgrades and top-notch maintenance over its recent history. Enjoy performance cruising in safety, style and comfort.


40’ OLSON ’84 ...............................................74,500 Race J/120s boat for boat. Very competitive race boat and comfortable cruiser. Great performance at all points of sail. Very tame at planing speeds.


36’ CATALINA ’89 .........................................59,000 This boat can be a racer’s Catalina, or a cruiser’s dream. Cherimarie has a racing bottom and lots of ‘go fast’ equipment – and shelf full of trophies!


Serving West Coast Brokers for over 21 years!


34’ CAL 2-34 ’75 ...........................................34,900 Cal 2-34s are one of the most popular boats ever sold. Whether you plan to do racing or cruising, she will make you proud to be her new owner!


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28’ BCC ’91 .................................................129,900 Gypsy Queen was the last BCC to be built by the Sam L. Morse factory while he was still in charge. Quality and pride of craftsmanship of the highest level.


November 2010 • California Yachts


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