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AT OUR MARINA


AT OUR MARINA


AT OUR MARINA


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88' STEPHENS 1986. Custom built aluminum ketch. S&S design. 3 staterooms + crew. New mast, rigging and sails. $895,000. Ask for TOM CORKETT.


87' JOHNSON 2006. Original owner. Approx. 600 hours on C-30 CAT diesels, four staterooms, five heads. LLC ownership. Ask for TODD RITTENHOUSE.


84' NORTHERN MARINE 2006. 3 staterooms + crew. Single Cummins 600hp diesel. Trans-oceanic range. Bow and stern thrusters. Ask for BILL PALMER.


76' CUSTOM PEDRICK DESIGN. Performance/ cruising sailing yacht, power sail controls and furling. 3 staterooms + crew, refit 2012. Ask for JIM ELLIOTT.


75' CUSTOM MOTORYACHT 1989. Three staterooms, three heads, on-deck galley, teak covered aft deck. Two gensets. Ask for TODD RITTENHOUSE.


75' AGUILAR 1983. Monk design, fiberglass hull, 21' beam. Country kitchen, four staterooms. Captain maintained. $495,000. Ask for BILL SOLT.


61' VIKING SPORT CRUISER 2006. Rare CAT powered 61 with low hours. Cherry interior, three staterooms. $995,000. Ask for DENNIS MORAN.


61' BUDDY DAVIS. Excellent condition. Recent refit, 1,575 hours SMOH. Four staterooms. A Must See. $595,000. Ask for JIM ELLIOTT.


59' SYMBOL CLASSIC. Dealer demo, never titled. CAT C12’s with 55 hours, bow and stern thrusters, stabilized. Ask for DENNIS MORAN.


48' GRANDY MARLINEER 1963. Major refit, custom fabrics, LP paint, new interior. Electrical system overhauled. Ask for TODD RITTENHOUSE.


46' J BOATS 2006. Satin cherry interior, two staterooms, two heads. Carbon fiber mast, rigged for short-handed sailing. $675,000. Ask for BILL SOLT.


35' CABO EXPRESS 1998. 435hp CAT 3208's, Westerbeke generator. Full tower with fiberglass hardtop. Fully fish rigged. Ask for BILL SOLT.


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