ONO has been imported into New
Zealand, so easy to explore the fabulous New Zealand cruising
grounds or head offshore to Tonga, Fiji, New Caledonia or
Australia. An added bonus is that she is moored in Gulf Harbour
on the Hauraki Gulf, within sight of the 2003 America's Cup
course. So a perfect spot to participate in and watch the
upcoming 2021 America's Cup festivities. What could be better --
a first class place to stay during the event and a front row
seat out on the Race Course.
ONO was built by and for a group
of engineers/scientists who worked for Tektronix, an electronics
firm near Portland, Oregon. The design, called a Mariner 60, was
a custom project by the noted naval architect Stan Huntingford
(his production designs include the Cooper, Mapleleaf, and
Passport series). Her interior joinery was created from black
walnut harvested specifically for the project. The greatest care
and precision were taken in all aspects of the construction.
After a few years of use the original group dissolved and a
series of owners cruised her extensively in the waters of the
Pacific Northwest from Alaska to Mexico. The present owners
purchased her for use as a private yacht and as a platform for
marine research. The heavy construction, extended cruising
range, spacious interior layout, and available storage made her
ideal for the intended use. From 2000-2002 onboard systems were
updated and modifications made by Legendary Yachts of Washougal,
Washington. An improved rig design was provided by Robert Perry
and the new custom chainplates were designed by Stan
Huntingford. Since the refit she has been maintained to the
highest standards and is ready for a new owner to sail off on
new adventures anywhere on the globe. ONO needs to be seen to
appreciate her unique features. Health issues are the prime
reason for the sale.
It is the seller’s intention to
sell the Vessel and Mooring slip as a package in US currency at
the price of $775,000 or to sell the vessel separately without
the slip in the amount of $550,000. The seller will not sell the
Mooring slip separately.
For your convenience we have an
in-country representative capable of showing you this vessel on
Please contact Dan O'Brien, Olympia WA at Home office:360-867-1783 cellular 831-247-6162
This is a very
highly modified and modernized Santa Cruz 52. She has a taller
mast, large mainsail and fractional jib with swept back spreaders
and NO runners. The original fin keel and rudder have been
replaced with a bulb keel and a very high aspect rudder. The
original spinnaker poles have been replaced with an articulating
bowsprit which has the advantages of both a spinnaker pole and a
bowsprit. She has a pedestal to drive the primary winches. She is
VERY fast and much easier to handle.
She is on her
shipping cradle in heated storage and absolutely ready to go.
SWEPTAWAY is a large affordable
cruising vessel. She has just returned from a 2 year cruise in
the Sea of Cortez, and has been prepared to go on another
cruise. She is well equipped with both cruising gear and comfort
amenities. This boat is easily handled by two, and has
accommodations that can carry up to 8 or 9. She is a shoal draft
to allow access to thin water, and is a sturdy vessel that can
handle open water with style.
NUMBERS is a very competitive and
highly optimized for ORR and PHRF racer in good condition, ready
for the next buoy or offshore regatta.
Originally designed by Jim Taylor
as Design #95 - 49 ft LOA Grand Prix 'IMS' Racer and built by
Goetz Boatworks in Bristol, RI she has gone through complete
retrofit and modernization under the expert advice of Greg
Stewart from Nelson Marek.
The Hull consists of
unidirectional and biaxial Kevlar reinforced skins over PVC foam
cores, whose density is varied to suit local loadings. The Deck
is a similar laminate of Kevlar skins over PVC foam, with high
compression core and additional laminate in way of all deck
hardware. Pre-impregnated epoxy resins are used throughout. Both
hull and deck are locally reinforced with unidirectional Kevlar
to minimize the longitudinal deflections resulting from the
headstay, running backstay and mast compression loadings.
NUMBERS, is the third IMS racer of the same name that this
office has designed to win the 1997 Admiral's Cup.
She comes with a wealth of racing
performance data, extensive tuning charts and crew manual.
state-of-the-art electronics, electrical systems, running
rigging and extensive sail inventory make NUMBERS a turn-key
Designed by legendary Ted Brewer and built by the renowned
Kanter yard, Seafarer is a sturdily-built offshore
pilothouse vessel that wants you to take her to places that she’s
never been – and she has been around a bit. There are many
features on this vessel that make her a top candidate if you’re
looking for a comfortable and manageable boat that has the ability
to go almost anywhere that is your whim’s desire to be. There
aren’t many vessels available on the market today that can match this.
Catalina 42s are a great blend of
comfort and function. Large enough for entertaining and
cruising, while laid out for ease of handling and low
maintenance. CALYPSO moved to San Diego from San Francisco in
2018 and has been cared for and maintained by her knowledgeable
owner. These boats are capable of crossing oceans and easy for
two to handle. Her cosmetics are excellent and she has upgraded electronics.
MAXIMUS presents herself as a
significant design by James Krogen and built in the world famous
Chien Hwa yard with design features not found in today's
marketplace. The sun deck is certainly something that separates
her from the crowd. One of the unique features of this layout is
the ability to step out of the master stateroom into the
cockpit, take two steps and dive into the water without climbing
over any railings.
Great layout and a design to
satisfy almost any lifestyle make her a must see for this size
motor yacht in this price range.
Designed by naval architect,
Bruce King, she is a true performance cruiser and elegant with
her blue hull and classic lines. She has been to many ports, and
has transited the Panama Canal. He even rode her through a
category 5 hurricane. She is ready for her new owners to take
her on her next adventure. Call us to schedule a personal showing.
Own a piece of history with this
beautifully restored classic. Very nicely appointed and
maintained. Some modern upgrades to the electrical systems and
rebuilt engine without losing the old classic feel. New sails
and meticulous paint work throughout. This one has to be seen in
person to appreciate the craftsmanship.
This was the last of the Freedom
models. The 40/40 was built to high standards and is a
performance cruiser. Self-tacking fractional jib makes tacking
as easy as turning the wheel. Large single wheel, 1/2 turn lock
to lock, finger tip steering. 13.5’ beam and 6’9” lead fin keel
with 45% ballast ratio makes a stiff boat. If you appreciate a
boat that is fast, yet easy to sail, this is it. Every time I go
aboard this boat, I think 43’ – 44’, not 40? High quality build,
fourteen stainless steel ports, five hatches, beautiful teak
and holly floors, teak paneling, stainless steel handrails, 30”
high stanchions, gelcoat non-skid, built-in swim step and
ladder. Cockpit will easily accommodate eight people.
This very well-kept and cared for Hunter Legend shows great.
Rigging was replaced in 2017 and sails are in good condition.
Isinglass on dodger is clear and canvas is in excellent condition.
The woodwork and upholstery is in excellent condition. Standing
rigging was replaced in early 2018. A wonderful boat for cruising,
daysailing and liveaboard.
GAIA J is a unique and capable
blue water cruiser with exceptional sailing characteristics and
can sail close hauled at 30 degrees. There are numerous areas of
insulation (providing warmth and preventing condensation) as she
has sailed in all climates. This boat cruised extensively in
Mexico, the Pacific Northwest and Canada, including two
circumnavigations of Vancouver Island and a trip from Vancouver
to Hawaii. For safety and comfort, a hard dodger and canvas
enclosure have been added to the center cockpit. After cruising
down the coast and spending a season in Mexico, the boat was
brought back to San Diego by the second owners who sold her to
the current owner in January of 2002 who has since lived aboard
and sailed her exclusively in Southern California waters.
The Mainship 350 trawler allows
you to cruise economically or clip off the miles up on plane.
Upgraded 370 HP Yanmar engine in 2005. Her loving owners have
spared no expense when it comes to maintenance. Northern Lights
generator and bow thruster. She is in excellent condition with
lots of options. Call to schedule a personal showing.
The Malo 39 is a cousin to the Hallberg Rassy 40. Built to
similar exacting and workmanship standards, with quality
materials, engineering, and skill. Designed and proven to handle
the toughest North Sea adventures, as well as anywhere around the
globe. The sailing characteristics are of a solidly built semi
performance vessel that handles all points of sail with
confidence. The interior is luxurious, warm, and attractive.
GALLANT FOX is extremely well equipped, and a proven cruiser.
Serious cruisers consider this vessel to be a safe, comfortable
platform. Review the inventory and specifications for this well
equipped vessel. The cost of adding all the extras for cruising is
included in the price.
Seller has had a NEW 2019 YANMAR installed 11/10/2018
with ZERO hours.
The Alerion Express 38 is
undoubtedly one of the most attractive vessels on the water to date.
Her traditional topsides are
coupled with not only a modern under-body but also an advanced
carbon fiber mast with a fully battened mainsail with large
roach, being both efficient and effective. The Electric Winch
set up and single line reefing systems lets you reef with ease
when the wind pipes up. The self-tacking jib boom also allows
for efficient use of the jib at all points of sail, you simply
turn the boat when you need to tack and "voila", as
easy as can be.
The Catalina 38, originally
designed by Sparkman Stephens for Yankee Boat Company as a one
off racing design is now one of the best known “racer/cruiser”
style boats thanks to Catalina Yachts. CRUSADER is a fine
example of how a boat of this vintage should look. Clearly cared
for by her owners, logistics force them to move on. This is a
good opportunity for either a racer or a cruiser to step aboard
and enjoy the sailing life at a reasonable price.
SCRIMSHAW was born from the noble
legacy of the rugged, sea-kindly Block Island Boat of the
1840’s. The Block Island Boat’s seaworthiness, great handling
qualities and the simplicity of the unstayed rig make her a
natural for short-handed sailing. It has been said of this wide
beamed double-ender that “her motion in a steep short sea is
like a rocking chair. She never smashes into a head sea, but
rides like a duck, and when on the wind she is always inching to
windward, no matter how hard it blows.”
Become a part of nautical history
by investing in this beautiful vessel, built in 1947, launched
in 1960. She was purchased by the current owner (a professional
mariner) in 1976 and has been constantly upgraded and impeccably maintained.
The 37 Blackwatch by Ted Hood and Douglass & Mcleod is a
true classic. Only 11 were built with the mahogany coach, and
FAIAOAHE (hull #3) is the only one with round bronze portholes.
She has a modified full keel, is easily driven, and is a
delight to single-hand and she has frequently cruised the coast
from San Francisco to Catalina and Mexico. Mechanically and
electronically, she is ready to go, but she would love a new owner
who is willing to do the minor cosmetic work to restore her to her
JOY OF LIFE is, with no doubt, the best prepared and
maintained Valiant Esprit 37 in existence. She is one of the very
few vessels that I would say “Just add food, water and fuel and
head out on the adventure of your dreams.” The installations are
well thought out and she has an inventory of parts that is much
too extensive to list.
A must see for anybody thinking of heading either north or south.
The Beneteau 35S5 Vikktoreus is
the perfect blend of racer cruiser. She has an extensive racing
sail inventory and could be on the start line tomorrow. If
cruising is more your speed, the comforts that Beneteau offer
are hard to match. So for family fun either cruising the coast
or racing the competition this boat is ready to go.
Current owner loves his 35' Cheoy
Lee. All exterior bright work has Sunbrella covers. Interior
teak would cost more to duplicate than the selling price of this
vessel and at sea one can feel secure with a solid fiberglass
hull and deck built to Lloyds A1 standards. Robert Perry design
with modified V hull for maneuverability in tight spots and easy
motion at sea, you’ll feel secure and safe plus Volvo Diesel
runs smooth and reliable. Motivated seller ready to pass his
honey along to you.
Extremely solid and excellent
sailing classic. SPRIG makes a great liveaboard and cruiser.
Fresh sails and rig are yearning to go on adventures. The
current owner has customized the head area, rewired much of the
boat with new electrical panel, updated the stove to propane,
and installed the electric head. SPRIG is a great boat at an
CIAO BELLA is loosely translated
as Hi Beautiful, and it is a certainty that will be your
reaction upon seeing her. You will look at hundreds of boats
before you will find one more loved, well maintained, and as
absolutely clean as she is. It would be difficult to match the
attention to detail even in a boat 10 years newer. And yes,
there is a very complete maintenance log. CIAO BELLA will talk
to you from the moment that you first lay eyes upon her.
Rare southern California find.
Built in Canada, this is a strongly built Aft Cabin motor yacht
with twin diesel Volvo engines. Professionally maintained and
upgraded by the current owners. Interior shows like a much
larger yacht. Call to schedule a personal showing of this clean
from 1983 to 1988 this classic Hatteras packs a lot of punch
& performance into a small convertible. This classic
Hatteras has been upgraded & maintained by the current owner
from the custom Sunbrella fabric curtains & valance, new
high end carpet in the galley & cockpit to the mechanical
items, custom software, cockpit fish coaming & engine beds.
The classic lines of the deep V hull & solid construction
give this traditional sport fishing yacht such a loyal
following. Hard core anglers and casual cruisers alike will
appreciate the spacious cockpit ,12-foot beam and propeller
pockets. In 1992 she was re-powered with twin 350 hp 3116
Caterpillar's 700 hp to get you to the fishing spot quickly. The
step down cabin with amazing head room features a forward V
berth, convertible dinette & engine beds in the cockpit the
FOURTH QUARTER sleeps 6 . A full service galley has a sink,
Norcold fridge, stove, Samsung microwave, Samsung TV & all
the creature comforts of home for extended stay at the docks.
The top of the line inverter system provides cold AC and heat to
galley. Cruising with family and friends or taking off on a
fishing excursion this Hatteras converts easily from a pleasure
to a fishing vessel. The custom bait tank seats convert to twin
single scoop bait tanks and the new cockpit carpet rolls up to
the recently painted non slip deck surface. Climb up to the
fly-bridge for plenty of built in seating. This classic Hatteras
boasts with style, comfort and impeccable performance. The light
weight design and single lever engine controls allow for easy
handling around the docks. Don't worry about the weather this
Hatteras handles rough seas with ease.
Awesome. Say it again:
AWESOME! That will be your reaction when you see MY LINA. We are
willing to bet she is among the very cleanest, well equipped and
meticulously maintained boats on the market. Perfect for
weekending or as a shuttle to Catalina. If you desire something
that truly is turn key, then MY LINA is for you!
Massive refit completed in late
2016 through mid 2017 including full engine rebuild, updated
interior, stereo, lights and windows, new mast, new boom, etc.
Boat is ready to sail. Great PHRF racer or weekend family cruiser.
Designed in 1971, the Fisher 30
became immediately popular in spite of her high price as more
than 200 of these were built. While not known for their speed or
windward performance, they are known for their sea worthiness
and steady motion at sea. Featured at a very attractive selling
price, PASSPORT offers a great opportunity to acquire a pilot
house ketch well within the bounds of affordability.
Extremely well cared for Olson 30
with intelligent modifications. A racing rocketship, and easily
short-handed fast cruiser. Olson 30s are well known for
performance at all points of sail, and can surf/plane in the
right conditions. DINGO is currently set up for short-handed
cruising, but has racing sails for competing in local or long
Approximately 170 Baba 30’s were
built. Most are still cruising today all over the world, a proud
testament to a well-built boat. The double-ended, full keel with
a skeg hung rudder make this an uncommonly safe and comfortable
cruiser in almost any sea condition. This is a big boat in a
small body, and although she can sleep 5, she can be easily
handled by 2. The teak joinery is exquisite. A rare find at a
reasonable price. Need we say more?
Coronet is an ideal vessel for an owner who is either interested
in fishing or having a couple take extended weekend cruises. The
spacious cockpit has rugged, easily removeable L-shaped settees in
each transom corner to provide comfort for cruising or provide the
extra space for the avid angler. To round out the fishing
amenities, the cockpit offers soft coaming pads, rod holders and a
centerline transom door that opens to a sturdy swim step.
EDITH, designed by L. Francis
Herreshoff, has been lauded as “one of the most beautiful and
graceful vessels ever designed”. She is a Rozinante
canoe-sterned yawl (or ketch, if you prefer) and is one of the
most admired yacht designs of all time! Ideal for daysailing,
club racing and/or simple compact cruising. Call for an
appointment to inspect this beautiful vessel.
PEACE is the gold standard of the gold standard of 26 foot
sailboats. She was originally sold to the current owner in 2012 at
a cost of nearly $110,000 with nearly every conceivable option.
She has been very lightly used since her purchase, as job
considerations made it nearly impossible to frequently enjoy this
high quality sail boat. This is an opportunity for someone looking
for that “like new” boat at a bargain price. She includes a
trailer and can therefore be enjoyed either as a local coastal
vessel or on inland waterways. When you see her, you’ll say:
“gotta have her”!