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2013 Aquila 38,

Blue Runner.

This vessel has a 2 cabin, 2 head layout. Excellent all round visibility from salon shatter proof windows with external overhangs offers excellent visibility and reduced direct sunlight Overhead LED ceiling lights, LED mood lighting and LED courtesy lighting Settee seating U shape around salon table seats 6 Salon table Upholstered cushions Salon converts into 1 x comfortable double bed Wear resistant flooring Forward facing all-weather hatches for ample ventilation. Large windows offering excellent view Dedicated hanging locker Ample storage lockers Overhead LED ceiling lighting and floor courtesy lighting Overhead LED reading lights Full size beds in all staterooms 150 mm/ 6 inch memory foam mattresses Wear resistant flooring Cabin door offering quiet and privacy. Asking $255,826.

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2014 Aquila 48,

T’N’T.

This Aquila 48 was privately owned and never chartered. She was designed to be an exceptionally comfortable cruising boat as a result of the integration of advanced technology in all design and build decisions. Ideal for cruising in the Keys and Caribbean with family & friends. She has 4 cabins, 4 heads, salon & galley. Asking $594,232.

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1984 Crowther 44,

Too Grand.

This beautiful catamaran for sale is a GREAT liveaboard with plenty of head room (6’5″). Sails flat even in 8′ seas! Draws less than 3′. This boat has a mast height, which is low enough to travel down the ICW (under the 65′ bridges). Stainless custom boarding ladder for ease of water access. Designed by famed Australian multihull designer Lock Crowther and built by Melrose Marine, this boat has a decent saloon on the bridgedeck as you walk in, with the owners cabin on the port side and the quest cabin on the starboard side, forward of the galley. Asking $85,000.

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2002 Crowther 47,

Frances Mae.

After five years of cruising this beautiful owner’s-version blue water cruising boat, business activities resulted in her not getting used as often as she deserves, so she is now available for purchase or partnership. Please don’t confuse this serious blue water sailing vessel with a charter cat or a coastal cruiser. She is massively overbuilt for safety. The boat was built at Alwoplast (alwoplast.com) in Chile to meet demanding Southern Atlantic conditions, the Frances Mae is a true blue water cruising, go anywhere vessel that is incredibly comfortable for a couple and guests or for a small family. She is 47’ long at waterline with a length of 56’ with the bowsprit extended. Everything is overbuilt for safe offshore use employing thick vinyl foam and epoxy and kevlar. Designed by Crowther and built upon an adaptation of his legendary Catana 47’ hull with a custom designed bridge deck, the Frances Mae was built for comfortable safe cruising. She has a raised center 180 degree enclosed helm, 30” bridge deck clearance and twin daggerboards for comfortably fast cruising under sail or under power. She cruises at 2400 rpm at 8.5 kts on one engine sipping just 3 gallons per hour. She has ample power with both engines on for security when required. She is fully independent at anchor with solar, wind, and Fischer Panda 8kw genset, as well as a Spectra watermaker. Enjoy the comfortable saloon, a massive 12’6” x 17” interior cabin area combining seating, helm and kitchen. This daily living space is perfect for congregating and family activities. The three cabins offer sleeping for six in three queen beds. This is a greatly loved and head-turning vessel wherever she goes. She has been nearly completely refit during last ownership and was Alwgrip painted in 2017. Too many upgrades and improvements to mention. She is available for immediate sale to an experienced owner. Asking $332,000.

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2006 Fountaine Pajot Eluthera 60,

Highcube.

This cat has a 4 cabin, 4 head owner’s layout. The Eleuthera’s impressive size with its striking appearance shaped by Berret-Racoupeau Yacht Design: oval hull ports, round skylights, with a large cockpit with teak sole, and a banquet-sized dinner table is distinctive and impressive. The Eleuthera is comfortable & easy to move around on, with wide decks provide a solid platform on which to work. Her large, comfortable cockpit accommodate different groups of people who do different things at the same time, allowing those who are sailing not interfere with lunch and vice versa. Operating the Eleuthera from the helm station to starboard of the saloon’s aft bulkhead is a treat because of its 360-degree visibility and the lack of clutter. The big cat answers to her rudders willingly, a trait that’s promoted by the hulls’ rockered shape and short keels. The raked windshield offered protection from wind and spray yet doesn’t hinder communication with the foredeck. The speedometer easily reaches double digits, but she is dry with more than six feet of freeboard and her size softens the ride. 2 -two-speed electric Harken winches on the cabin top make sailing a breeze.
Inside the saloon, the forward-facing nav station to port can is equipped with a remote for the autopilot. The saloon is quiet, and the objects on the table stay put. Eleuthera’s inside/outside living arrangements incorporates the saloon with the cockpit. Asking $770,000.

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2006 Gemini 105Mc,

Vega.

Beautiful catamaran for sale with new Westerbeke diesel, just returned from the Bahamas and ready for more! Vega has everything on the long-term cruiser checklist: solar, windgen, new batteries, radar, chart plotter, SSB, etc. This well equipped Gemini 105 MC is a fast, shallow draft catamaran cruiser capable of taking you to paradise. With her ability to sail very close to the wind and motor at 7 plus knots, all while sailing in comfort and ease. Vega will accommodate up to 8 people for sleeping while there are three separate staterooms with one head. The interior has 6’3” headroom. The cabin sole molding includes engineered teak and holly inserts. Asking $111,900.

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2016 Gemini Legacy 35,

The Full Monte.

Fully equipped with all the creature comforts, this Gem is ready for long weekend cruises, extended travel plans or your permanent floating home. Custom options include a drop down box from the ceiling of the cockpit to store your favorite brand HDTV, upgrade to ultra-leather cushions to ensure a comfy seat while enjoying a meal or getting caught up on the daily news, hatch blinds keep the cabin cool on sunny days and the convenience of a microwave oven means you will not be wasting precious time cooking when you would rather be sailing! The Electric Anchor Windlass on this 2016 Gemini Legacy 35 makes anchoring a breeze! And do not worry about your refrigeration while you’ve gone exploring as the solar panels will bring in any extra energy you need to supplement the Group 31 batteries. A larger holding tank for fresh water or longer distance travel and a full suite of Raymarine instrumentation rounds out the package. This Gem is ready to go … a true Gem for all reasons … Day Trip, Weekend Cruiser, Long Term Travel or Live-Aboard … she does it all! Asking $283,380.

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2015 Gunboat 55,

Toccata.

Perhaps Gunboat’s finest project to date, which is saying a lot for a brand renown as the world’s finest in luxury-performance catamarans! This shimmering gold metallic Gunboat 55 was launched in February 2015 in time for the Miami Boat Show and the owner’s busy 2015 Caribbean cruising and racing schedule. She won hearts at the Heineken Regatta, won friends at the Volies de St Barths, then won silver at Antigua Sailing Week. In between regattas, she was cruised non-stop in complete luxury by her owner couple. Steering, navigation and all sail handling controls are in the salon for ultimate comfort. You can hang up your boots and musty foulies for good! Standing watch is a pleasure. The layout makes shorthanded passages easier, more comfortable and safer. With the galley up, you can cook and stand watch! Her exterior lines strongly hint at her performance pedigree. A day or two offshore will convert you for life to her performance abilities. One recent crewmember on an offshore passage likened her manners offshore to a magic carpet ride, “we effortlessly sailed at 14-21 knots my whole watch. It was such a joy, I hand-steered the entire time. The ride is so smooth and gentle; you have no idea how quickly she moves. We rattled off a 300 mile day with ease.” Her interior is beautifully finished in teak with two luxurious master staterooms, ideal for two couples. A third cabin doubles as a workshop and a 3rd queen berth. A fourth area is a large pantry, complete with long term fridge and freezer capacity, and a washer/dryer. This is a rare opportunity to be able to get a new condition Gunboat without the typical two-year wait. A new Gunboat 55 priced to this specification is over $3 million. Asking $1,882,000.

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2003 Intrepid 377,

Jus Reelaxin.

Boat comes with hard top, outriggers, Garmin GPS, depth sounder, Radar, auto pilot, VHF, Stereo, generator, AC, galley, marine head with shower, bow thruster, windlass, seating forward of the console, fish boxes, live well, salt and fresh water wash down, and much more!! This is the ultimate fishing/entertaining machine!! Ready to water test! Asking $159,900.

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2005 Jaguar 36,

Karisma.

A well cared for vessel, with many recent upgrades: new main sail and pack, new generator, new chart plotter, new Satellite TV and standard TV antenna, two new TV’s in starboard cabins, two new stainless steel fridges, new freezer, new Weber BBQ, incorporate Stainless Steel fishing table, new stainless steel anchor and chain, all new outside cushions, new canvas for hatches, ports and helm, new a/c unit, water maker recently serviced, new sea cocks and valves, new bottom paint and ready to go cruising. Seller is open to trade for a powerboat. Bluewater cruising catamaran designed by Schionning, built in South Africa. Set up for short-handed sailing with excellent visibility and great off shore performance. Wide flat decks, dual helm seat, wide transom for easy boarding, folding patio doors between the cockpit and saloon. A beautiful main saloon with a large dinette with seating for eight to port and galley to starboard. Spacious accommodations with four queen sized cabins and two heads midships. A well cared for vessel, with many recent upgrades: new main sail and pack, new generator, new chart plotter, new Satellite TV and standard TV antenna, two new TV’s in starboard cabins, two new stainless steel fridges, new freezer, new Weber BBQ, incorporate Stainless Steel fishing table, new stainless steel anchor and chain, all new outside cushions, new canvas for hatches, ports and helm, new a/c unit, water maker recently serviced, new sea cocks and valves, new bottom paint and ready to go cruising. Asking $179,500.

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1995 Kurt Hughes 45,

Capricorn Cat.

This is a FAST, high performance cruising catamaran. Her daggerboards make for great up-wind work, and excellent maneuverability. Capricorn Cat is easily sailed and cruised by a couple, and cruising up to eight is a snap. She is a sleek, sexy machine that has been well maintained and continually upgraded. She is ready to go NOW; you don’t even have to change the oil! You could even do the HA-HA! Mexico is calling you! There are four cabins and two heads. Two forward berths are Queens; width x 8’L. Two rear berths are standard double width x 7’L. There is one head in each hull. Port side has a workbench with lots of tools and storage. Starboard side has storage and space for a washer/dryer unit. The wonderful big galley-up layout keeps the cook where the views are great, right in the middle of all the activities and conversations. LOTS of counter-top area and cabinet space, a big freezer and huge refrigerator (both with new compressors), counter-top-microwave, 3 burner/w oven propane stove, and double S/S. sink with two filters that make for safe and sweet drinking water. The table seats 7-9 guests. Asking $301,500.

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2002 Owner’s Version Lagoon 380,

Asgard.

The owner has recently spent a lot of money in upgrades and servicing to this Lagoon 380 including a new hard top, custom countertops, electric stove, 16K BTU air conditioning and 110V electrical system. Already equipped with a bow sprit, solar, dingy davits, etc… this boat is ready to sail away! Asking $249,000.

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2005 Lagoon 440,

Black Pearl.

This catamaran is a well-proven blue water cruiser. She has traveled the Eastern seaboard of the United States, Bahamas, Caribbean and one year in the Mediterranean. Black Pearl’s first two owners used her privately. She’s been in charter with Captain and crew for the last four years. The current owner has her professionally maintained and operated by the captain. Featuring high quality equipment, including many extras like; large custom hardtop Bimini, A/C, generator, solar, wind gen, controls at nav, full suite of electronics, misc toys and spare parts. Down below, you will find the entire starboard hull dedicated to the master suite. This includes a queen sized bedroom, sofa, desk, hanging locker, bathroom with separate shower, as well as numerous shelves, bookcase and lockers for storage. A DVD player has been added to the 20” flat TV experience at the foot of the bed. The entire space is individually air-conditioned and has two fans over bed and one fan at desk. Port hull contains two cabins each with own head, flat screen TV and two fans over each bed. Black Pearl is currently moored in Red Hook Harbor in St. Thomas and ready for her next adventure. Asking $375,000.

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2008 Lagoon 440,

Allegro.

Allegro is currently under sail in the Caribbean where the owners are enjoying a year at sea with their children. This is a cruising-ready, family-friendly yacht. The boat underwent a significant 2015/16 refit in preparation for extended cruising, including 4 new (2016) Delta Deka marine house batteries and 2 new starting batteries. She has an impressive array of electronics. Comfort upgrades include new bedding, bimini and dodger, LED lighting and main cabin A/C. Ideal for family or guests, she has a spacious open galley (up) and 4 generous-sized cabins plus 2 crew berths forward. She has three heads and one “laundry room” with washer/dryer and sink. Allegro also features new (2015) AIS, autopilot, water maker, generator and a 12’ AB dinghy with 15HP outboard. Allegro can be seen now in the Bahamas (with ample notice) and will be available for viewing in Ft. Lauderdale by July. Asking $355,000.

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2012 Lagoon 450,

Oceanview.

This Lagoon 450 is very clean, exercised regularly, and consistently serviced. The current owner’s mantra of replacing parts before repairing them ensures you as the next owner receive a sail-away catamaran that will continue to serve you. The Lagoon 450 is one of the most sought after models with 360 Visibility, all lines running to the fly bridge for short handed sailing, and plenty of space to entertain family or friends as well as a spacious platform for a live-aboard cruiser. She is conveniently located in the British Virgin Islands, and already situated in a perfect launch location for your next adventure! The owner recently purchased another Lagoon Catamaran and thus OCEANVIEW needs to sell! Asking $499,995.

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2007 Lagoon 500,

Nera.

This cat is an extensively refitted (2014/2015) 5 cabin/5 head layout with crew quarters in the bows. The refit in 2014 as well as continuous updates and upgrades where performed with the intention of providing long term sailing in waters the of the Bahamas, Caribean and Pacific West coast, where she has proven herself. The 2014 refit included: complete new stainless rigging including chain plates, new mainsail/sail pack, new 13.5 KW Onan generator, seven new air conditioning units, LED blue/White deck lights, new cooktop, fridges (2 stainless steel freezers + 2 fridges) and grill among others. Some of the later upgrades includes: New Lewmar windlass (dec 2015), New SD-60 saildrives (2015/2016), New Raymarine c125 chart plotter in flybridge (2016), New Raymarine a127 touch chartplotter in salon (2017), New wide bimini (2015), New 11.3´ Zodiac Cadet 340 RIB NEO dinghy w/20 HP four stroke Yamaha (2015), Five new batteries (2016), New exterior and interior sunbrella cushions (2016), The 75 HP engines have been extensively serviced before and during any long range sailing. The Lagoon 500 is a luxurious higher-performance flybridge cruising catamaran designed for ocean crossing by multiple award-winning multihull designers Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot Prevost, well known as the designers of Team Oracle USA. The L500 incorporates generous living accommodations, high headroom, great visibility, optimal performance and the ability to truly single-hand. Her unique gull-wing hull and bridge-deck designs provide an excellent combination of offshore sailing, speed and performance. Asking $575,000.

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2009 Lagoon 500,

Leonie.

This rare, never chartered 3-cabin owner’s version is VAT paid. Leonie features a brand new hard top bimini, gennaker, code 0, 75HP Yanmar diesels, 11 kw generator, water-maker, diesel heater, electric fresh/sea water heads, solar, washer/dryer, electrical oven and cook-top, radar, etc. Always kept in Northern climates-No hot sun damage! Asking $495,000.

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2011 Lagoon 500,

Whispers.

Owner Version – 4 Cabins with Comfort Pack and multiple options. She is very well kept and maintained, and practically new. She is the first edition of the new 2011 series with Beachwood finish, led lights throughout and many more improvements on the previous models. She must be the finest secondhand Lagoon 500 available with a pedigree young history. She is ready to sail away. Asking $599,000.

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2014 Lagoon 52,

Blew By You.

This catamaran is a marvelous combination of improved systems and luxury accommodations. With her diamond-shaped vertical bows, beveled hulls, deckhouse and tall rig, the Lagoon 52 is no ordinary catamaran, but its originality goes a great deal further than just its “outer” appearance, or even its interior layout. She has one owner’s suite + three VIP guest cabins, and two singles in fore peaks. There a four heads with electric, fresh water flush toilets. There are five showers, including one on the transom. Air Conditioning/Generator. Asking $949,900.

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2014 Lagoon 52,

Lady Helia.

This 4-cabin Owner’s version is already equipped with an 110V US Electrical System, 21 KVA Generator and 60,000 BTUs of air conditioning. There are plenty of spaces for guest between the 3 cabins adjacent to the salon, 1 VIP cabin accessible from the aft cockpit, a roomy fly bridge with plenty of seating around the tipping helm, and the forward seating area aft of the trampolines. Not only is this catamaran spacious and luxurious, but also the self-tacking jib simplifies the sailing experience for a single person. Asking $899,000.

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1999 Leopard 38,

Cloud 9.

This is an owners’ version catamaran with galley-up layout and comes with numerous features and upgrades. The interior salon was newly reupholstered in 2016, adding to its very modern, spacious, bright and comfortable feel. She has a huge cockpit with cocktail/dining table and a new full cockpit enclosure with zip and roll-up panels adding extra comfort for all types of weather. Both 40-horsepower Yanmar diesel engines were installed new in 2015, and have only 690 hours. It’s also important to mention that this vessel has shaft drives. In 2015, Cloud 9 was equipped with a new air conditioning system, a generator, an inverter, all Raymarine electronics, and much more. In 2017, a new more efficient Frigoboat refrigerator/freezer system was installed. It is a must-see vessel. Asking $199,900.

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2003 Prowler 45,

Lux Aeterna.

2015 Refit includes New Generator, New Davit System, New Salon upholstery, New Helm Station Enclose and New Electronics. The Prowler 45 Power Catamaran, built in South Africa by Charter Cats SA, is renowned for its safety, high levels of comfort, speed and fuel economy. With a cruising speed of 18 mph and a draft of 3 feet 3 inches this boat is a perfect fit for seasoned and novice cruisers. The Prowler 45 Power Catamaran, built in South Africa by Charter Cats SA, is renowned for its safety, high levels of comfort, speed and fuel economy. With a cruising speed of 18 mph and a draft of 3 feet 3 inches this boat is a perfect fit for seasoned and novice cruisers. Spend your summers in the Bahamas then set off on the Great Loop. This catamaran is in turn key condition and ready to cruise. Asking $278,000.

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1994 St. Francis 44 Mark II,

Birdwing.

The current owner has owned Birdwing for 17 years. He bought her from the original owner in Cape Town, South Africa where they did two Cape Town to Rio races. He kept Birdwing in St Vincent for several years, but it was expensive and difficult to fly there, so he sailed on to Guatemala’s Rio Dulce, where she has been for the past 10 years. The Rio is a fabulous place to keep a yacht because the labor rates are very low and there is excellent infrastructure to get all parts and services easily and professionally. Sailed over 25,000 miles and she always took care of her captain and crew. She is relatively light and fast, and often hit 13 knots, with a few 17s every season and an all time record of 22 while surfing in big swells. Due to an inability to find a partner who desires to share the cruising life with him, and having too many other projects to attend to; with sadness, he must confess that he can no longer properly care for Birdwing, and must pass the torch. Asking $159,000.

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2003 Wildcat 350,

Saving Grace.

Saving Grace is an updated cruising catamaran and ready to take her new owners to the Bahamas and beyond in comfort and safety. She is self-sufficient, with solar and wind generators, and new watermaker for days on the hook. Her inverter provides comfortable travels even when not connected to shore power, and her new electronics (including an AIS transceiver and Sirius XM marine weather antenna) and instrumentation at the helm make navigating a breeze. All lines lead to the cockpit for easy single-handing or small crews, and her Rocna 25 kg anchor and 250’ of G4 high-test chain offer safety when anchoring. When shore power is available, her Splendide washer/dryer, 32” Samsung smart TV and two new CruiseAir reverse cycle units provide plenty of comfortable living. And, her WiFi extender antenna and wireless router make remote wifi signals accessible. Custom cushions in the cockpit and salon coupled with new mattresses in the cabins add to the comfort of this “big little cat”. She has just completed an 8-month cruise from North Carolina to the Abacos, and is immediately ready for her next adventure. Asking $149,000.

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