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CHECKMATE, a 55’ Doug Peterson design, has an incredible racing pedigree. She held the elapsed time record in the LA to La Paz for many years. The listing agent personally witnessed the boat win races in Hawaii including the Pan Am Clipper Cup and several Transpacs. She was built as a racer but can function as a cruiser. Owner will carry up to $90,000 for up to fi ve years.


55’ PETERSON ’82 137,000


Olson 40s are a design “before their time”. Still very competitive and sporty. 20 knots is common in these slippery boats. They are stable and comfortable in all points of sail, especially downwind. ONO has had the problematic chainplates replaced, a customized galley, and has more cost effective wire standing rigging instead of rod. She’s in great cosmetic condition.


40’ OLSON ’83 54,500


49’ MERIDIAN 490 PILOTHOUSE ’04 260,000 BLAZER is a single-owner boat that has always been maintained to the highest of standards by a very knowledgeable yachtsman. She was cruised in the Pacifi c Northwest in the fi rst couple of years of her life and then brought down to the San Francisco Bay area and has lived there ever since. She is very well equipped and has many spares as well as a full maintenance log.


Cat ketch with freestanding carbon fiber masts makes this one of the easiest performance boats to sail. Written up in World’s Best Sailboats, the Freedom 36 has a voluminous interior, comfortable accommodations with private staterooms, and clear decks for easy movement. A truly unique and competent vessel. Fully- battened main and mizzen are both in excellent condition.


36’ FREEDOM CAT KETCH ’86 49,500


sistership


34’ HUNTER 340 ’98 .......................................52,500 Well-priced Hunter 340 with canvas and electronics. She’s a small boat with a big boat feel that is comfortable at sail or at rest.


33’ HUNTER 336 ’95 .......................................55,000 DIVINE WIND is a lightly-used Hunter 336. A bimini covers the cockpit and a canvas cover protects the companionway when not sailing.


46’ KHA SHING SUNDECK MY ’84 ..............109,000 Long hours of dedicated maintenance by knowledgeable sellers should provide her new owners a very nice vessel for some time to come.


41’ HATTERAS AFT CABIN MY ’65 ...............39,000 Please do yourself a favor, learn about all that she has to offer and or come on in to see her. This one is priced for a quick sale!


39’ SEA RAY 390 EXPRESS CRUISER ’87 ... 37,500 A well-crafted vessel with unexpected spaciousness, practical amenities and a broad range of features all at an affordable price.


36’ SPORT-CRAFT 360 PESCA HARDTOP EXP. ’91 28,500 The perfect family boat with a cockpit ideally lends itself to fi shing, diving or simply entertaining and enjoying the outdoors.


34’ BAYLINER 3460 TROPHY CONVERTIBLE ’86 23,500 Rare example of largest sportfi sh/convertible Trophy with rare 220-hp diesels, good equipment, good condition. Owner’s moving on.


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30’ MAINSHIP PILOT ’99 ................................49,900 Terrifi c 30-foot sport fi shing or cruising sedan with Cummins diesel power. Modestly used, modestly equipped, clean and priced to sell.


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26’ NORDIC TUG ’83 ......................................64,990 A fuel-stingy boat built for work or play. Nicely-maintained fuel-effi cient single-engine pilothouse set up for a couple to cruise comfortably.


November 2014


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