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  1. 25' Catalina Sailboat 250 1995

    Call Boat Owner Mike 989-435-2156. Basic Decription: 25' Sailboat W garmin plotter,roller furler,swing up keel,galvinized trailer,water ballest,like new condition, propane cook top, trailer dual axle, depth gauge,plotter, vhf radio

  2. 23' Bano Old World 18 Gaffrig Sailboat 1982

    Call Boat Owner Stanley 616-742-9995.Tan/Bark sails also a white set, roller furl jib, fiberglass hull with spruce mast, boom and gaff. Also teak and oak. Many extras. Trailer. 18ft at waterline, draft 15in or 3ft with keel down, full set of covers

  3. 24' J Boat J 25 Sailboat 1985

    Call Boat Owner Chris 734-692-6419. Triad single axle trailer, newer rudder with curved tiller sails : 2007 quantum main genoa-still crisp, 2007 north spinnaker (red/gray), 2006 north blade jib. 2004 north main genoa still cripsy, 1996 north main, genoa spinnaker, white mast boom and tapered spinnaker, newer genoa sheets, spinnaker sheets and alum traveler, bar from aps, new lifelines from aps, this J24 is fast and race ready. Has only been sailed and raced in fresh water

  4. 1976 Catalina 27 Sailboat (O.T.B.O.G. 'On The Breath of God')

    4' shoal keel, has been used only in fresh water, aluminum mast & boom. Brand new sails, fully battened loose foot main sail (w/cover) 130% furling headsail (Sunbrella cover) on a Harken furler. Symmetrical spinnaker in a turtle with dousing scoop & pole. 3 winches, the two main being self-tailing & a cabin top winch for the halyards, with line jammers. The boat has both bow & stern pulpits with double lifelines on stanachions. Cockpit seats are long & comfortable w/cushions. Two large lazarettes & ...

  5. 1981 20' Boston Whaler S-Catamaran Sail Boat

    We realy enjoyed sailing on this boat. Very easy to maneuver. Can sail most anywhere. Sails are in good shape, needs a tramploine though. Trailers nice and can be pulled with a standard car. My husband passed so I don't need this sailboat anymore. I have to pay off some of his debts. Serious inquires only!

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