Classifieds


2003 Charter Cats SA Wildcat 350,

Saving Grace.

This cruising catamaran has been updated 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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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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2002 Dean 440 Custom,

Dean’s Cat.

This boat has been meticulously maintained and modified to ensure it can deliver 200 miles a day under sail or power. Long range fuel tanks, upgraded engines and modified rigging underpin its passaging capabilities. She has four cabins, two doubles each with en suite forward and a double plus single berth starboard aft hull and a double cabin in the port hull. Guest heads with shower cabinet are located in the port hull aft of the desk space. The galley is located in the starboard hull with three-burner gas stove with oven, microwave, two fridges and a freezer, two sinks with fresh and salt water taps, and storage designed for long passages. Asking $299,000.

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2009 Fountaine Pajot Salina 48,

Bella Vita I.

Since her launch in 2009, Bella Vita I has been a dream come true to her owners. She was never a bare-boat charter. Bella Vita I has the ideal layout, with the 4 double cabins with en-suite (head and shower).
Bridge, salon, galley and deck are all on the same level and open onto the huge cockpit, sun lounge, outdoor dining area and stairs to the helm. Having been bought primarily as an ocean going vessel capable of remaining for long periods of time away from land and in all sort of conditions, Bella Vita I was chosen and equipped accordingly. Her hulls are streamlined enough to provide speed and a comfortable motion through the water (minimizing pitching or see-sawing movements), yet are designed to reduce wind funneling beneath. High bridge-deck also means less ‘slapping’, which is often a problem with catamarans. Equipment-wise, this Salina 48 provides everything you could wish for, including 180L/H water maker, scuba equipment, 220V generator, additional freezer and storage space (where single berth midships are normally situated). In perfect condition and ready to keep going on her voyage around the world, Bella Vita I is your chance to walk into your dream and sail away! Asking $445,000.

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2006 Fountaine Pajot Eleuthera 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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2005 Gemini 105Mc,

Southern Cross.

This is a well-equipped Gemini, waiting to go cruising! The accommodations are spacious, light, and airy so that the term “down below” just doesn’t apply. Gemini 105Mc’s expansive interior complete with comfortable dinette seating for six, sleeping room for up to eight, a double-sided work surface in the galley with a front-loading 4 cubic foot refrigerator, a beautiful master cabin with an incredible view, roomy head with separate shower, and much more. Asking $99,999.

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2006 Gemini 105Mc,

Andiamo Nudo.

When the current owner bought Andiamo Nudo new in 2006 almost every option available was purchased. Many after market options were added. The boat was outfitted for island travel, and in 2008 the owner took his family down the intracoastal and to the Bahamas and spent 8 weeks cruising the Abacos. Andiamo Nudo 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. Main salon: dinette/salon area, dinette seat with storage under. Tri-fold teak saloon table, 2 Bomar hatches with screens, overhead of dinette, 2 – 12 VDC fans, 120 VAC outlet. Main cabin door is large with opening window, opening windows at rear of main cabin allow ventilation between cabin and cockpit under pilothouse. Forward: Master cabin with Queen berth is located centerline forward with full hanging locker, two storage lockers, three small storage compartments and vanity with four bins. Bomar hatch with screen overhead. Convenient shelf on port side of berth. Great view forward through large Lexan window. Starboard aft: double berth in aft cabin. Hanging locker, utility locker, and drawer. Port forward head: head – fully molded with storage, wash basin, shower on vertical rail with bulkhead mounted controls with adjustable shower head, Towel locker, molded toilet roll holder and mirror in head. Raritan marine head with 18-gallon holding tank with “Y” valve and deck pump out and gravity drain. Also include a fresh water flush so the head doesn’t stink. Bomar hatch with screen overhead. Plenty of medicine cabinet storage. Port: Navigation area with storage, battery compartment and chart table outboard and shelf inboard. Port aft: Double berth in aft cabin Hanging locker, utility locker and drawer. Asking $119,000.

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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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2008 Gemini 105Mc,

Babu.

First owner, well-equipped Gemini 105Mc with screacher on bow track, dockside A/C. Lightly used and well-maintained, just renewed bottom paint, dinghy in bag only used once! Sleeps 6-8. Saloon table converts to double bed. Starboard hull has master stateroom, king size bed has memory foam mattress, TV, cupboards, hanging lockers and shelves. Aft cabin has double bed and lockers. Folding privacy door. Opening ports for cross ventilation. Port hull has Raritan head, hot shower with sump and basin forward. Workbench and storage lockers in walk thru with double bed in aft cabin, 2 lockers, 2 opening ports. Saloon has small seat to port of sliding door. Cockpit has seating all around and stow away helm seat. Headroom: 6’-6’3”. Asking $122,000.

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2013 Gemini Legacy 35,

Guero.

The master cabin of the Gemini Legacy 35 is one of the best owners cabins in the sailing industry. A full-queen sized bed with a spectacular view through panoramic windows. The queen-sized bed has been turned athwartship so that access on and off the bed is now at the end as opposed to the side as the previous model Geminis. This means no more climbing over the person sleeping on the outboard side of the bed. Beautifully crafted cabinetry with dressing table and sitting area plus three opening hatches for ample ventilation make this cabin a home away from home. The “owners hull” configuration with the head in the back of the same hull as the master means accessibility, privacy and convenience. The two crew cabins on the standard layout of the new Gemini Legacy 35 are roomy and spacious with beautiful cabinetry for storage and over 6′ of headroom. With a full standing shower and plenty of cabinet storage the head of the Gemini Legacy 35 is functional, easy to maintain and beautifully appointed. Asking $185,000.

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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 $263,380.

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2000 Hunter 310,

Nauti Buoy.

This Hunter 310 has always been well maintained, in the last 3 years the owners has added wheel autopilot, electric head, new water heater, new water pump on engine, high current rating alternator, LED bulbs throughout. Sails are in very good shape. Set up to use a laptop to navigate and display GPS etc. depth, log and autopilot have displays. Canvas has been repaired and maintained but is the original. Batteries, propane tank and many other replacements have been done. Accommodations include a queen sized bed in aft cabin with large clothes storage cabinet and solid door, double bed in V-berth with clothes storage and solid door, dining table to starboard that will seat 6 and settee on port that is 6′ long, privacy accordion shades at window, electric head, new water heater and LED bulbs throughout. Asking $36,500.

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2009 Hunter 36,

Hunter.

This Hunter sailboat has the following options installed and is ready for long-term cruising and live-aboard: Selden in-mast furling system, main sheet traveler on arc, vertical battens, air conditioner system, electric anchor windlass, high water bilge alarm, inverter, Ray Marine 6000 ST70 with 3 display remote, Ray Marine autopilot, C80 display, lpg stove with oven gimbal ($986), refrigerator, stereo system, bottom paint, bimini to, 3-bladed propeller, vhf remote microphone at helm, 36″ folded leather wheel, battery up-grade, solar panel (4 amp), wind generator. Asking $99,000.

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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 $177,500.

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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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2002 Lagoon 380,

I Dream of Jeanne.

I Dream of Jeanne is a 3 cabin/2 head Lagoon 38 owner’s version catamaran for sale. She has a large aft cockpit that is perfect for alfresco dinning for 8 people. Her large pass through window from the galley to the dining table makes serving your guests a breeze and keeps the cook in the galley a part of the party! Slide the large glass door and you are in the main salon forward and to port is a curved settee and a bench settee, which surround a large oval dining table with room for 8 guests. There is storage beneath the settees .The galley is located starboard and aft in the main salon and is fully equipped with twin stainless steel and many upgrades such as custom cabinets and an air cooled and water cooled fridge/freezer along with an extra freezer. Helping to complete the well-appointed galley is a stove and oven, front-loading fridge, and plenty of worktop space due to a custom folding counter. The navigation station is located port and aft in the main salon and faces outboard. There is an upholstered stool to sit at the chart table, which has a flip top for storage beneath. Above the chart table is the navigation equipment and a storage shelf. The whole of the interior is light and airy with plenty of standing headroom and space in all areas due to her large vertical windows. These trade mark windows let in the light while not letting in the heat; this keeps the main salon cooler. The owner’s cabin is in the starboard hull with an en suite full bath forward that includes a separate stand up shower, a large queen berth aft and a desk space in between. Storage is excellent with plenty of hanging lockers and shelf space. Starting forward in the port hull is a double cabin. The berth is located forward and has storage shelves beneath. Aft of the berth and outboard is a teak seat with storage beneath and opposite the seat and inboard is a large hanging locker. The port hull head unit is amidships and outboard. The shower, sink and vanity unit are situated forward and the head aft. There is a storage cupboard beneath the sink. The aft cabin has a double berth located aft with shelving above the berth and outboard as well as storage beneath. At the foot of the berth and outboard is a large hanging locker and opposite is a teak seat with storage below. Asking $239,000.

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2006 Lagoon 380 S2,

Stole Her.

Outstanding among used catamarans for sale, Stole Her is outfitted by experienced sailors for energy efficient, safe and comfortable cruising, whether your adventure leads you down the ICW, to the turquoise waters of the Bahamas or beyond, this boat is a unique opportunity. Air conditioning, solar panels, water maker, LED lighting, AIS, Sunrise trampoline, hot water shower and additional stainless steel grab rails on the transom, Rocna anchor with chain, new WACO fridge/freezer, Mack Stack Pack, additional galley storage. . . you are ready to go! SSB Radio & WiFi range extender, keep you in touch with family when cell phone towers cannot. Stole Her is an owner’s version with 3 staterooms. She sleeps eight and all hatches are outfitted with blinds and screens. The main salon features 360-degree windows that are curtained for privacy. The nav station has a stylish stainless backrest on seat and the dining table converts to a double berth. The master suite has a queen-sized berth, which fits standard sheets. The Hypervent underlayment prevents condensation. There is book storage over escape hatch and a desk (or vanity), in the companionway with a full-length mirror. There is a manual head and luxurious shower with fixed door and towel racks. The aft pot hull houses a queen-sized berth with head and shower, solar vent, stainless towel racks, pantry storage and liquor cabinet in companionway. Forward is a “radio shack” with desk and SSB, swivel stool, chart book storage, extra shelving Bright LED lighting strip over desk and double berth. Asking $200,000.

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2018 Lagoon 42,

Knotty Dreamer.

Move Over 421, there’s a new L42 coming to town! The Lagoon 42 fits between the Lagoon 400 and the Lagoon 450 F & S, replacing the Lagoon 421. This new member of the Lagoon range has style and a strong personality. While maintaining a family resemblance and retaining the main features of the latest generation of Lagoons (vertical bows, suspended coachroof, optimised rig, etc.), it illustrates our quest for harmony between the living space and sailing. Lagoon puts their new generation spin on their popular and social Lagoon 421 with the introduction of the Lagoon 42. Moving the mast further aft with a large fore-triangle reminiscent of the L39 and L52, this cat features effortless cruising and comfort under sail. Adding some sexy curves, both inside and out, will give this cat a strong presence on the water. This owner’s version has three cabins and three heads. Asking $630,000.

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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 $343,000.

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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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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! 3 cabins-3 heads owner’s version with dedicated master hull to starboard. Curtains on salon door and aft window (Sahara Sesame). Special microfiber Alcantara upholstery for salon and settees. The U-shaped split-level galley features white fleck resin counter tops, stainless steel double sinks and ample storage space. Asking $535,000.

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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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2001 Lagoon 570,

No Name.

This upscale luxurious Lagoon 570 was built in Bordeaux France in 2001. She is the 6th of 39 Lagoon 570s built. Her designer is the renowned design team of French multi-hull designers VPLP. This vessel is being offered as “Boat and Business” with active 2017 bookings in the USVI/BVI to carry forward. A soft-top frame with a full-width bimini, offering excellent and complete sun protection, covers the extremely large cockpit. Unlike all other Lagoon 570s, the bimini was recently modified and is eight inches higher. There are two helm stations with pedestal, steering wheel, engine instruments and gauges. There are also Micro-Commander electronic engine controls at each helm station. This a major upgrade to the standard Lagoon 570m, which only has an engine control on the starboard helm station. Additionally there is a third mobile Micro Commander unit, which allows a skipper to maneuver the yacht from any part of the deck or saloon. She has 5 cabins and 5 heads. The captain/crew cabin is accessed from a hatch outboard of the starboard cockpit settee. This cabin has a double berth and a small head. Asking $559,500.

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1999 Leopard 3800,

Rover.

She has been a well cared for 3-cabin, 2-head catamaran. Recent refits include new custom hardtop, new house battery bank, new fuel tank, new bronze through-hulls, new stack pack, lazy jack lines and UV strip. 2016 bottom paint peel and new application of barrier coat with two coats of fresh bottom paint. Rover is clean and ready to cruise. Asking $194,500.

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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. The main salon is entered through double doors from the large cockpit, which can both be fastened open to add to the open concept feel. The salon has 7-foot high ceilings with a full expanse of windows as well as overhead hatches with shades. The open-concept design has a large circular seating area, with all new upholstery, large teak table, and complete U-shaped galley to Port. It is equipment with an LED flat screen TV, as well as fans, opening ports and hatches to enhance the air flow throughout the area. There are convenient steps on either side of the salon area leading to each hull, which also have full standing room. The Port hull accommodates two large queen-sized berths, each with its own hanging locker, fan and numerous ports and ceiling hatches for extremely good ventilation. The two berths are separated by an electric head, sink, and shower, which also serves as a day head. The owners’ suite occupies the Starboard hull with a queen berth forward, a huge private shower room aft, as well as a vanity/office desk area midship. Cloud 9 is designed for minimal maintenance with her teak and holly flooring throughout and removable overhead panels for easy cleaning and/or access. Asking $194,900.

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2007 Leopard 46,

Firefly.

Firefly is the ultimate sailing catamaran designed by Robertson & Caine and combines ease of handling with safety and luxury. Like all Leopard 46 catamarans, the layout and accommodations are highly sought after. Firefly has four private double cabins with walk-around queen beds and bath facilities in each. All are dry heads with automatic shower drain pumps; all showers are separate and enclosed. All four cabins have ample storage and closets. There are also two single-berths, one with head. All cabins have AC, ventilation fans and dual reading lights. The salon is roomy and has stereo & TV for your entertainment. The traditional salon table has been updated with a custom coffee table/dining table/storage unit that allows for easier access to all seating. All sheets and linens (4 sets per cabin), body pillows and covers for all cabins, water-proof mattress pads, custom embroidered blankets for each cabin. Custom elasticized table cloths and table linens, including napkins and place mats. Table decorations, multiple sets. Multiple sets of napkin rings. Custom decorative pillows for salon and cockpit. Four electric hair dryers. She has a Spectra Newport water maker to furnish 700 gallons of fresh water per day and zoned air conditioning throughout. The galley has 2 refrigerator/freezers, 2 icemakers and sufficient equipment to please any chief. Asking $395,000.

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2005 Manta 42 Mk II,

Synchronicity.

Rare opportunity! Low hours on the diesel engines and this boat is loaded with all the options. Fully commissioned, and available immediately! Over $45,000 spent on new electronics and upgrades. Lots of spare parts, additional inventory and safety equipment. Interior finish is a blend of maple and teak wood veneer, vinyl headliners, fabric hull-liners, accented with Swanstone Almond Galaxy composite countertops, Baltic Blue Ultraleather fabric, wood moldings, louvered wood doors and high durability synthetic teak and holly soles. Skyshade blinds for all opening ports and stateroom hatches. L-shaped settee covered with Baltic Blue Ultraleather. Large Custom adjustable dining table – Arrigoni folding teak and veneer. Two hassocks with additional storage maple and teak veneer and Baltic Blue Ultraleather seat tops. Extensive galley storage incl. large pantry in port hull. Navigational area with chart storage and locker with adjustable shelves. Full-size hanging/wet locker with storage shelf and floor drains. Custom companionway entrance step with inside storage. Owners stateroom has a queen-size fore-aft berth with custom Tempurepedic-topped foam mattress. Head with huge separate stall shower, Swanstone Almond Galaxy sink, Quiet Flush fresh water electric head, huge vanity cabinet behind full-mirrored doors, stainless rods between bulkheads for multiple towels and solid handholds. Starboard hull features queen-size berth aft and double-size berth forward. Asking $329,000.

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1986 Prout 33,

Quiet Times.

This homey, comfortable and well-equipped catamaran features an additional double berth in the main cabin, head with marine toilet and holding tank, shower and washbasin, large cabin area with adjustable table, chart table, pressure water system, 6 gal hot water tank – (120v/engine heated), and a bimini with curtains/screens. The galley is equipped with a 2-burner Oreigo alcohol stove, sink, ice box and plenty of storage. Asking $37,000.

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1996 Prout 45 Owner’s Edition,

Felix.

Don’t let Felix’s age fool you. As a live-aboard boat, she has been constantly maintained and upgraded by her meticulous owners. The AeroRig is a DELIGHT to sail. Felix is an owner’s edition design, built to the highest Lloyds of London standards, with an amazing AeroRig mast. Huge salon, more like a small condo than a boat. Gourmet galley, spacious main head with shower for two. 2 state rooms with a sleeping loft. Airy, light, and picturesque views from main salon. 10 opening hatches and 10 opening ports. The helms person has remarkable 360 degrees views while sailing, and is always sheltered in the fully enclosed cockpit. The captain is in the same area as guests and crew; not in some exposed and remote location. ONLY ONE CONTROLLING LINE. Tacking and gybing is fun and easy due to the balanced self-tacking rig. The jib has a traveler forward of the mast and requires no adjustments once set. The unstayed mast permits the carbon fiber rig to flex in heavy winds, thus permitting delayed reefing. No strained shrouds & stays to worry about. Coming about is simply a matter of turning the helm. The main sail can be easily trimmed with the self-tailing 2-speed winch in the cockpit. The 2014 main sail can be raised or lowered at almost any wind angle, simply by slacking the sheet and letting the rig rotate and flag as the sail is raised or lowered. No need to bring the bow of the boat into the wind. Going down wind is one of the AeroRigs best features. No blanketed and luffing headsail, the jib is always in clean air, no worry of accidental gybing. The mast being forward aids in steering down wind, and reduces load on steering systems. The NEW 2013, Volvo 55hp engines and sail drives provide ample power, 7+ kts. cruising, and easy maneuverability when docking. Felix has logged thousands of ocean voyaging miles. She’s built to take all conditions and is ready to go anywhere, comfortably. Two fresh water tanks, 100 gal. each. Holding tank, Capacity, 40 gal. Asking $275,000.

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2000 Seawind 1000,

Déjà Vu III.

Designed to cope with the rugged and variable conditions of Australia’s coastline, the Seawind 1000 is widely considered an extremely capable ocean going catamaran. Déjà Vu III’s owner has traveled extensively, sailing this Seawind from Australia through Malaysia, Thailand, Borneo, Sri Lanka, India, Maldives, Oman, Yemen and north through the Red Sea and the Suez Canal, the Mediterranean and on to the Caribbean, British Virgin Islands, the Bahamas and the United States. Birthed in St. Augustine Florida, Déjà Vu III is ready to sail and available for showings. The layout is focused around a central upper cabin (bridge deck), with a huge, U-shaped settee that can serve as a giant berth when the dining table is lowered and cushion inserts are added. It’s a versatile space that merges directly with the cockpit in an open floor plan when sailing, or, on the hook but can be closed off with a weatherproof curtain for privacy. In the port hull, there’s a large double berth amidships, with the forward area specially designed as a woman’s boudoir. The stern area is cleverly designed with a head/shower combination including a hand basin. The galley is to starboard, again with a double berth found in the stern and a single berth in the bow. Asking $127,000.

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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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2009 St. Francis 50,

Bamboo.

This 3-cabin, 2-head South African-built St. Francis 50 is a catamaran meant for easy sailing and maintenance while on long ocean passages. Compared to the average French design, the functional cockpit of the St. Francis 50 is much more compact but still spacious enough for lounging and maneuvers. There is a large aft deck composed of teak and fiberglass. The steering station is to starboard beneath the hard dodger that covers the cockpit. Visibility behind the opening window is excellent, and by lowering drop-down curtains the entire space can be enclosed. The side decks are wide and accessible. There’s a solid bridgedeck forward of the coachroof, with incorporated storage lockers, and a solid plank between the trampolines to the forward crossbeam, under which is a retractable aluminum bowsprit for the gennaker. The aluminum mast and solid vang are from Sparcraft. A nice set of molded-in steps provide access to the top of the coachroof. In the main saloon, the nav station and instrument panel are forward opposing a dining table with a wraparound settee to starboard. A cool touch is the flat-screen TV that faces the settee and ties into the ships Navigation system. There are three staterooms in the hulls, as well as a custom workshop with Island work area. The vessel offers truly impressive heads with shower stalls as well as one tub. The high-gloss Bamboo woodwork throughout is beautiful and gives the vessel a warm and inviting feel. Asking $525,000.

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2008 Sunreef 62,

Zahora.

Aboard Zahora, sailors find a place where sea and wind rule and life presents another day of freedom. This vessel is a perfect combination of interior and exterior living spaces providing its owners a connection to the sea and its surroundings. The protected flybridge helm provides full control of the vessel, just behind it a table and lounge is perfect for family and guests to feel comfortable and secure while taking part in the sailing experience. The spacious lower cockpit features a large dining table, secondary table to starboard, lounger, ample seating and easy access for all water sports. A conjunction between modern and classic style this yacht while ideal for charter was designed for extended family with double cabins with pullman beds aft, double cabins forward and bunk beds midships in each hull, plus crew’s quarters forward, sleeping 14 guests. The tasteful interior finishes are American Walnut and Anegre woods. With a choice of 5 sails, full electronics, watermaker, etc this yacht has cruised extensively and is ready for more. Asking $950,000.

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1999 Voyage Norseman 430,

Christine.

This is a well-proven offshore catamaran that is well equipped and ready to bring your cruising dreams to life. This popular owner’s version VOYAGE 430 is in very good condition and well maintained. The 3.2 ft draft makes it ideal for Florida and Bahama cruising and beyond. This version has two queen cabins with en-suite heads in the port hull. The master stateroom, office, head compartment with stall shower, and pilot berth are in the starboard hull. The new equipment list is extensive and includes 4 Kyocera solar panels (560 watts) added in 2013, each with IPN Blue Sky Controller, and all new house and starter batteries in 2014. In addition, an Isotherm AC/DC Stainless Steel two-drawer refrigerator/freezer was added in 2013, along with a new bimini. Additional equipment includes a Rocna 33 – 73 lb anchor with 175 feet of chain, folding props, 30,000 BTUs of Air Conditioning, 13 ft Caribe RIB with 40 hp Yamaha OB, life raft, sea anchor, radar, chart plotter, EPIRB, and cockpit enclosure with both screens and Izenglass. Asking $410,000.

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