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27’ ISLAND PACKET IP-27 ’88 30’ HUNTER ’79


47,500 18,400


35’ WAUQUIEZ PRETORIEN ’86 78,000 37’ TARTAN BLACKWATCH YAWL ’65 39,900 38’ HUNTER 380 ’01 39’ CAL ’78


119,000 59,500


39’ BENETEAU OCEANIS 390 ’88 76,500 42’ VALIANT 42 CE ’97 43’ PERRY SAGA ’98


44’ PORPOISE KETCH ’71 44’ MASON ’85


45’ COLUMBIA ’74


299,000 220,000 118,000 212,500 78,500


48’ CUSTOM CELESTIAL CC ’86 237,500 50’ CHEOY LEE OFFSHORE ’70 199,000 50’ DAVIDSON CUSTOM ’82 55’ ROBERTS/JOMARCO ’83 58’ FARR CC ’87 65' ALDEN ’52


129,000 269,000 384,900 799,000


48’ DUFOUR PRESTIGE ’95 ......................169,500 She has a large comfortable cockpit making her a real pleasure to sail or to simply lounge about on board. A complete package: performance and comfort.


47’ GULFSTAR SAILMASTER CC ’79 ........129,000 Under sail, her ketch rig makes her easy to sail for her size; and under power, her 130-horsepower engine carries her easily at an 8-knot cruising speed.


42’ MULL ’85 ...............................................140,000 A Gary Mull design, True Love has cruised New Zealand, Tahiti and Hawaii. And she’s perfectly suited for the unique conditions on San Francisco Bay.


40’ BENETEAU 40.7 ’00 ............................155,000 White Fang is the perfect balance between a racing boat and a cruising boat. Large sail inventory, carbon fiber spinnaker pole, removable roller furler.


WILDERNESS 40 ’81 ....................................37,500 A wonderful sailing vessel that will truly provide you with the best performance for the dollar. Functional, comfortable interior, great inventory and a turn of speed.


37’ RANGER ’73 ...........................................37,500 A rare find – beautiful dark blue hull and the interior just varnished down below. Proven race record since 1973 and new Yanmar engine with 20 hours.


36’ CATALINA ’87 ........................................47,500 Soulstice has been meticulously maintained and upgraded by her experienced-yachtsman owner. Her condition makes her a very desirable listing.


36’ CAL ’66 ...................................................39,950 This well-maintained, classic performance cruiser designed by Bill Lapworth continues on triumphantly in Southern California PHRF coastal races.


32’ ERICSON 32-200 ’88 .............................38,500 Truly a beautifully-kept listing from a very knowledgeable sailor who set the boat up for extensive sailing trips. Excellent boat for the Baja and beyond!


30’ CATALINA ’80 .........................................19,900 The 30 continues to be a very popular sailboat for coastal sailing and trips to Mexico. This one is very affordable and has dodger, wheel and diesel.


Serving West Coast Brokers for over 21 years!


28’ LIBERTY CUTTER ’80 ............................29,500 The hull is dark green and the deck is tan and freshly painted in August of 2010. O Be Joyful is a serious cruising vessel and is ready to cross oceans.


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27’ PACIFIC SEACRAFT ORION ’80 ............48,500 Built for strength, comfort and seakindly characteristics, this is one of the quintessential pocket cruisers that is proven in all conditions. Nicely equipped.


November 2010 • California Yachts


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