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1991 BERTRAM 72 ENCLOSED T-1873hp MTU 12V396TB92’s (4633 hours) Cruise 21 knots Max 30 knots, 18’5” beam, 2570 gal fuel, 120,000 lbs, 20kw & 30 kw gen sets, 3 staterooms 4 heads A/C & heating, 3500w inverter, 800 GPD Sea Recovery water maker. The legendary Bertram reputation for quality and offshore performance is evident throughout. Updated electronics and interior decor. Now asking $695,000.


1989 BUDDY DAVIS 61’ T-1070 hp Detroit Diesel 12V92’s (4080 hours) Cruise 21 knots max 26 knots 17’6” Beam, 1500 gal diesel, 250 gal water, 4 staterooms 3 Sealand vacuflush heads, two 20 kw Northern Lights generators. The Buddy Davis 61 is without a doubt the best looking 60’ sportfisher in this price range. Proven design with reliable equipment rigged for the West Coast. Asking $365,000


1991 VIKING 50’ CONVERTIBLE T-760 hp Detroit Diesel 8V92DDEC (195 hours SMOH) Cruise 20 knots Max 24 knots, 58814 lbs,16’4” beam, 805 gal diesel, 15 kw Onan gen set, 3 staterooms, two heads, air conditioning, Full tuna tower Furuno Sonar, bow and stern tanks. The heavily built heavily armed highly mobile 50 C Viking is a waterborne tank. Asking $299,000


1977 GRAND BANKS 42 CLASSIC T-120hp Ford Lehman 2715E’s (2025 hours) Cruise 8 knots Max 10 knots, 34,000 lbs 600 gal diesel, 13’7” beam, 2 staterooms two heads Onan generator, Teakless decks. Same owner since 1978 this is a wonderful example of excellent care and continued maintenance. Now asking $119,000.


2002 LUHRS 34 CONVERTIBLE T-315hp Yanmar 6LPA-STP’s (560 hours) Cruise 22 knots Max 27 knots 18,000 lbs 13’1” Beam, 300 gal fuel, Raytheon electronics, Sealand Vacuflush head, Stall shower, Rupp outriggers. Luhrs has combined incorporated the “Bridgewalk” staircase to the flybridge, unique on a 34’ sportfisher. Low hours and excellent efficiency from twin Yanmars. Offered $109,000.


1972 GRAND BANKS 32’ SEDAN S-140hp American Diesel 6N140 (149 hours) Cruise 8 knots Max 9.4 knots, 11’6” Beam 250 gal fuel, 17,000 lbs, New engine & fuel tanks. Completely refurbished inside & out. The GB 32 has purposeful, practical beauty a superb combination of able sea boat and fine yacht, with luxurious, comfortable accommodations outstanding hand craftsmanship and beautiful golden burmese teak throughout. Offered $59,000.


1978 WILLARD 30 FLYBRIDGE SEDAN - S-60 hp Perkins Prima M60 (1640 hours) Cruise 6 knots, 10’6” Beam, 150 gal diesel, 15,000. lbs, At 30’ the Willard Flybridge Sedan provides a charming full displacement cruising platform that has been the recipient of new windows and complete exterior paint. “Snug” was built in Costa Mesa, Ca. and has remained in Southern California its entire life. She was re-powered in 1996 and professionally improved throughout the years. Asking $59,000.


2000 SKIPJACK 26’ FLYING BRIDGE - S-210 hp Volvo KAD43 (LOW HOURS estimated 150) Cruise 20 knots Max 27 knots Beam 8’6”, 160 gal diesel, 40 gal water, 6000 lbs, Furuno depth sounder, & GPS, Raytheon autopilot, cockpit shower, cockpit sunshade, & sunbrella canvas covers. Original owner with very light use, recent service to engine. This is a very clean candidate. New Trailer Included. Now asking $75,000.


For Further Details Contact Ian McGhie 562.505.3502


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