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118' HATTERAS 1995. Tri-deck cockpit motoryacht. Five staterooms + crew all ensuite. Country kitchen. Walk-around decks. Ask for BILL PALMER.


114' CODECASA 1974. Full displacement long-range motoryacht, 5,000 mile range. Teak and mahogany interior. $995,000. Ask for BILL PALMER.


88' KNIGHT & CARVER 1988. Three staterooms plus two crew, 21' 7'' beam. Refitted in 2005/2006 and updated in 2010. Ask for BILL SOLT.


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


75' AZIMUT 2009. 1,360hp twin MANs, two generators. Matte cherry wood décor, four staterooms, four heads. $2,975,000. Ask for MASON STARING.


74' SUNSEEKER 2010. Sport fly model. Three staterooms plus crew. Low hour twin 1,800hp MANs, tender, stern thruster. Ask for MASON STARING.


59' SYMBOL CLASSIC 2008 Dealer demo, never titled. CAT C12’s with 55 hours, bow and stern thrusters, stabilized. Ask for DENNIS MORAN.


54' DEFEVER 1990. Two staterooms, A/C, Sat. TV. CAT powered, two gens, full walk-around, platform extension added. Ask for MASON STARING.


50' DRISCOLL 1960. Designed by Calkins. 75hp Yanmar diesel. Major refit in 2009, recent upgrades. $235,000. Ask for TOM CORKETT.


38' CHRIS CRAFT 1985. Powered by twin 3208 CATs. Two staterooms, teak interior, on-deck galley. Numerous upgrades. $99,500. Ask for BILL SOLT.


36' TIARA OPEN 1988. Full tuna tower. Extensively upgraded and updated with new electronics and interior soft goods. $79,900. Ask for BILL PALMER.


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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