Other Used Boats
Other Used boats
2003 West Wight Potter 15 with premium package including: bluewater lay-up, galvanized trailer, tie-down straps, tongue jack, main & jib sails, jiffy reefing, topping lift, cabin cushions, bow pulpit, Honda 2 hp, kick-up rudder, transom ladder, opening portlights, cockpit storage hatches, trailer boat guides, mast crutch, navigation lights, battery tray, cabin light, compass.
More options include: light blue colored hull, mainsail numbers, safety harness mounts, Genoa sail, spinnaker pole & hardware, boom vang, Genoa tracks & blocks, mainsail cover, anchor hanger on bow rail.
One of the last Potters built in the USA.
Seller writes, “Presented for sale is our shop’s beautiful Bull’s Eye 15’, finished with fighting lady yellow Awlgrip. We proudly displayed her at the recent Maine Boat Builders Show as a sample of our workmanship. She was built circa 1962 and is now fully restored by our talented crew. She is packaged with new sails and a custom trailer; and garaged in Maine.”
1988 Pacific Seacraft Crealock 34 sailboat is well-equipped and a prime example of the proven Crealock 34 cruising design. She has been properly maintained and represents an excellent value with her newly-painted dark blue hull, sails, headsail furling gear, canvas enclosures, heating & air conditioning, and professional refit during the past three years. This fully equipped cruising yacht is ready now to safely and confidently expand your blue water adventuring.
2002 Sakonnet 23 refurbished and delivered on a galvanized trailer includes mainsail, jib sail, mainsail cover, boom tent, teak floorboards and cockpit seat trim, epoxy barrier coat, a/f bottom painting, lobster trap line preventer, red boot top, and white hull color. The Edey & Duff sales brochure reminds us, "Naval architect Joel White sought to design a very simple boat that offers "good speed, comfortable seating for four, and good looks." A properly designed daysailer, says White, "gives the maximum in boating pleasure for the dollars spent." The Sakonnet 23 is a simple boat to sail and enjoy. With a moderate sail area-to-displacement ratio, narrow 6-foot beam, and light displacement, the Sakonnet easily reaches hull speed in light as well as moderate winds. Her low center of gravity combined with a 920-pound bulbed keel and ballasted centerboard ensure a safe, comfortable sail. Shoal draft of 22 inches (with the centerboard up) makes her well suited for gunkholing and beaching and her narrow beam and shallow keel make trailering easy. Refreshingly handsome from all angles, super-swift, and with just enough teak trim to accent her low, traditional lines, this distinctive double-ender is ideal for the sailor who wants a roomy, inshore daysailer for weekend and evening sailing with family and friends."