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2004 VIKING 56 CONVERTIBLE - T-1550hp MAN 2842-LE433 Common Rail (3750 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 $975,000.


1982 GRAND BANKS 42 SPORT CRUISER - T-310hp Caterpillar 3208T’s (2020 hrs) Cruise 10 kts Max 17 kts 13’7” Beam, 600 gal fuel, 270 gal water, Two strms, stall shower, Sealand Vacuflush head, Onan 7.5 kw gen set. The Grand Banks 42 SC (Sport Cruiser) is arguably one of the most attractive models ever offered on the easily driven economical Forty-Two hull. “Frenchship” is hull number #808 is a clean low hour original GB that appeals to cruisers, anglers and classic boat enthusiasts worldwide. Now offered at $167,500.


2003 GRAND BANKS 42 EUROPA T-420hp Caterpillar 3126B’s (1100 hours) Cruise 12-14 knots Max 18 knots 14’1” Beam, 600 gal fuel, 47,000 lbs, Naiad Stabilizers, Northern Lights generator, Inverter, Air Conditioning & heat, Sea Recovery watermaker, Caribe Dinghy, Washer Dryer, This is one of if not the best equipped 42’ Europas ever offered. Exceptional quality and excellent sea keeping attributes never go out of fashion. Take a close inspection of this “Dependable Diesel Cruiser” now offered $569,000.


1998 GRAND BANKS 38’ EASTBAY EXPRESS - T-420hp Caterpillar 3126TA’s (965 hours) Cruise 24 knots Max 28 knots, 13’4” Beam, 360 gal fuel, 90 gal H20, 25,000 lbs disp, Onan 6kw gen set, Heart Inverter, Barrett enclosure and top, Flag Blue hull, Northstar electronics. When sea conditions become rough the 20 degree deadrise of the Ray Hunt hull design and the bullet proof Grand Banks construction insure your confidence and safety. Available $249,000.


2004 SUNSEEKER 37’ - T-285hp Volvo KAD 300’s diesels (275 hours) Cruise 28 knots Max 33 knots 11’7” Beam, 396 gal diesel, LOA 39’8”, 17,420 lbs, 3.5kw gen set, water maker, bow thruster, air-conditioning, Garmin “touch screen” electronics, KVH sat tv, Rainer bonded windows. This boat is loaded with excellent equipment and shows better than new. A very upscale approach to fishing on thirty seven feet. Now offered $274,000.


1998 SILVERTON 372 AFT CABIN MOTORYACHT - T-325hp Caterpillar 3116TA’s (600 hours) Cruise 18 knots, Max 24 knots, 14’ Beam, 23,500 lbs, 286 gal diesel, 43’9” length overall, 2 staterooms 2 heads, dinghy davit, Kohler 8kw gen set, teak interior, new canvas, reverse cycle heat & air conditioning, Very clean nice Caterpillar powered 372MY. Quite possibly the roomiest and most innovative interiors one would find in thirty-seven feet. Asking $129,500


1993 GRAND BANKS 36 CLASSIC T-210hp Cummins 6BT5.9 (2750 hours) Cruise 9 knots Max 15 knots12’8” Beam, 26,000 lbs, 400 gal fuel, 2 staterooms 2 Vacuflush heads, Island Bed master, Inverter, Diesel furnace, new fuel tanks, new upholstery. This exceptional GB 36 is absolutely beautiful inside and out. Equipped with preferred optional Cummins power & Island Berth arrangement. Now asking $199,900.


2006 CABO 35 FLYBRIDGE - T-540hp Cummins QSC8.3’s (1250 hrs) Cruise 22 kts Max 35 kts 20,000 lbs, 425 gals fuel, 39’6” LOA, 2 strm, stall shower, Vacuflush head, 7.6kw Westerbeke gen set, A/C & heat, cockpit controls, fighting chair. Rare late model 35 Flybridge offers the finest construction & engineering. Anglers have recognized the Cabo 35’s seaworthiness & capabilities. Take a closer look at a yacht finished interior with world famous construction. Now offered $385,000.


For Further Details Contact Ian McGhie 562.505.3502


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