Used Boats: Sailing Yachts: 4 Adverts Displaying: 1-4
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Circe is a 65' center cockpit ketch custom designed by Sparkman & Stephens and built by Robert E Derecktor in Mamaroneck NY. She is a near sister to Cruzan, Rewa, Beyonden and Djinn. These are very capable offshore sailing yachts. Circe sailed in the Bermuda Race and the race to Norway. She has cruised in the Baltic, Med, Caribes NE US , Pacific and Pacific Northwest.
The boat has been stored indoors between cruising seasons and continually maintained by her owner. The alloy deck and teak were replaced (2007) along with a new bow thruster (2014), new Sch... read more
ARIA was built by the famous and world-renowned builder Palmer Johnson, this 87-foot sailing yacht is a gem in her class. She is a cruising cutter design and was launched in 1975. Her first owner had her for 25-years and the second owner for two years operating charter. Her aluminum hull is well preserved.
The current third owner has owned her for 13-years and made sure ARIA was well upgraded and updated without sparing any expense to rebuild and refit (20-months to complete refit) the entire vessel inside and out. She had new Awlgrip Matterhorn White paint on the hull and mast, new paint ... read more
With massive and well-designed space, 4 spacious cabins including a large owner suite and VIP, all with en-suite heads, and plenty of room. FAR SIGHT is perfect for family enjoyment and exploring, sporting adventures, especially as a SCUBA platform, and perfectly set up as a deluxe, charter expedition boat. She is equipped with every amenity including air conditioning, generator and solar power, ice and water makers, a dive compressor, washer / dryer, and modern galley appliances including a dishwasher. Her features are too numerous to outline in this introduction.
Equipped with every ameni... read more
Cambria sailing yachts were designed by David Walters as the American-built counterpart to the Baltic and Swan sailing yachts that were highly popular in the 1980's. The design standard was for a fast, comfortable, performance-cruiser built to the same quality standard as the iconic American brands Hinckley, Alden, and Little Harbor, and to exceed Lloyds' and ABS standards (American Bureau of Shipping). During the design process, the Hazen stern speed prediction formula was used to confirm performance and stability objectives before building began. Molds were built for the hull and deck at con... read more
|Length:|| 44' 9"|
|Location:||Rhode Island USA|