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52’ SEA RAY SUNDANCER 500 2005


Twin 660 hp Cummins, only 220 hrs, 2 cabins w/heads, stall showers. Dennis Riehl, Newport Beach.


51’ SEALINE 2000


Sleek, fast, sleeps 6, motivated seller. Todd Sherman, Newport Beach.


50’ BERTRAM 1989


2 staterooms, 1 owner, great ride, superb performance. Jerry Stone, Newport Beach.


50’ CARVER COCKPIT MOTORYACHT 1997


Extr. well-equipped, loaded. Perfect family cruising yacht. Scott Lampe, San Diego.


48’ SEA RAY SEDAN BRIDGE 2000 CAT diesels, 3 staterooms.


Todd Sherman, Newport Beach.


45’ VIKING CONVERTIBLE 1989 Popular Plan C layout, 120 sq ft cockpit. Scott Lampe, San Diego.


SOLD 43’ TIARA SOVRAN 2006


Immaculate, bow thruster, full elecs, best priced in the US. Dennis Riehl, Newport Beach.


42’ TIARA OPEN 2006


Only 70 orig hrs, custom C-FAB marlin tower, must see! Jerry Stone, Newport Beach.


40’ TIARA EXPRESS 1999


Excellent condition, low hours. $189,750. Dennis Riehl, Newport Beach.


36’ TIARA OPEN 2008


Spacious cockpit, centerline queen berth. Todd Sherman, Newport Beach.


36’ TIARA 3600 SOVRAN 2004


Very clean, lightly used, great family cruiser. Dennis Riehl, Newport Beach.


35’ EVERGLADES CC 2008


Fast, comfortable, great shape, just serviced. Scott Lampe, San Diego.


35’ TIARA OPEN 2003


Economical, wonderful layout, cockpit seats 8-10, custom canvas awning. Jerry Stone, Newport Beach.


32’ TIARA OPEN 2004


Large cockpit, equipped for fi shing or cruising. Jerry Stone, Newport Beach.


29’ TIARA CORONET 1997


Low hours, outstanding condition, original owners. Scott Lampe, San Diego.


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