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2004 VIKING 56’ CONVERTIBLE - T-1550hp MAN 2842-LE433 Common Rail (3850 hours) Cruise 27 knots Max 36 knots, 1942 gallons fuel, 18’2” Beam, 79,326 lbs, Twin 21.5 kw Onan generators, Furuno Electronics, 3 stateroom layout with optional cross over forward cabin, teak decks, tuna tubes bow & cockpit bait tanks, Bluewater fighting chair, Eskimo Ice Chipper, Sub zero refrigeration, custom Boston Whaler tender. This Viking represents an excellent candidate with Common Rail engines! Now Offered $699,000.


2003 GRAND BANKS 42’ MOTORYACHT -T-420hp Caterpillar 3126B’s (275 hours) Cruise 12 knots Max 20 knots 600 gal diesel, 240 gal water, 42,000 lbs displacement, 2 staterooms, two Vacuflush heads, 2 stall showers, Furuno Nav Net electronics, Sea Tel Satellite TV, 9kw Onan generator, Air conditioning & heat. The Forty-Two Motoryacht offers one of the largest interior arrangements found on a GB with a gigantic master stateroom a huge salon and easy access to and from the flybridge. $429,000.


2002 CABO 47’ FLYBRIDGE - T-800hp MAN 2848 LE-403 (1895 hours) Cruise 27 knots Max 32 knots, 15,8” Beam, 900 gal fuel, 48,180 lbs displacement, Westerbeke 12.5 kw generator, Xantrex inverter, Master stateroom forward, guest cabin triple bunk arrangement, two heads, two stall showers, air conditioning/ heat, Steelhead hydraulic davit, Caribe dinghy, 300 GPD watermaker. This organized low hour well cared for Cabo is now available $495,000.


1979 GRAND BANKS 32’ - S-120hp Ford Lehman 2715E (1575 hours) Cruise 8 knots Max 9 knots 250 gal diesel, 11’6” Beam, 18,500 lbs disp, 110 gal water, Vacuflush head, new interior upholstery. The Thrity-Two GB is modern classic with tons of charm. The design, construction & materials used to create this timeless vessel are truly remarkable in this size and vintage. Its doubtful you will find a better built or conditioned cruiser in this size or PRICE RANGE. ASKING $85,000.


1989 BERTRAM 37’ CONVERTIBLE - T-375hp Caterpillar 3208TA’s (2665 hours) Cruise 19 knots Max 22 knots 13’3” Beam 473 gal diesel, 32,410 lbs displacement, Onan 8 kw generator, 2.5 kw inverter, two staterooms, stall shower, Vacuflush head, air conditioning & heat. Custom rigged with top notch proven equipment for the West Coast angler. Today the soft dry ride agility & quality of a Bertram are often taken for granted or overlooked. Don’t miss out this is a rare offering under forty feet. Asking $149,000.


1993 BLACKFIN 33’ FLYBRIDGE - T-375hp Caterpillar 3208TA’s (1075 hours) Cruise 22 knots Max 30 knots 12’ Beam, 340 gal diesel, 21,000 lbs displacement, 22 degree deadrise, Northern Lights 5kw gen set, Air conditioning & heat, Fiberglass hardtop, stall shower, swim platform. The Blackfin 33 is a legendary sea boat and “Solimar” is a fantastic candidate with low hours and the recipient of excellent care. Now offered $135,000.


2006 CABO 32’ EXPRESS - T-460hp Caterpillar C-7s (2300 hours) Cruise 27 knots Max 34 knots 350 gal diesel, 13’3” Beam, 19,100 lbs disp, 50 gal water, C-fab low profile tuna tower, West coast aluminum rails, swim platform, teak & holly sole Furnuno radar gps plotter & fish finder, Simrad/Robertson autopilot. The Cabo 32 is without a doubt the pinnacle in performance and construction for inboard diesel express sport fishers under thirty five feet. $225,000.


2000 CABO 35’ EXPRESS - Caterpillar 3208TA’s 435hp (1875 hours) Cruise 22 knots Max 29 knots 400 gal diesel, 13’ Beam, 19,500 lbs displacement, Sealand Vacuflush head, Pacific Tuna tower, 8 kw Westerbeke generator, Air conditioning & heat, Furuno electronics, new enclosure. The Cabo 35 Express is the standard by which all express sport fishers are judged. Now offered $179,000


For Further Details Contact Ian McGhie 562.505.3502


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