This boat is in fabulous condition and has been well maintained by the Present Owners. A top boat for cruising in any weather (hot or cold) with the raised coach house with internal steering to protect from adverse conditions. Comfortable accommodation for six with 2mt headroom and a spacious saloon area. Powered by a 50hp Cummins . . .
Price: AU $149,000
Custom Sloop Cutter Rig SOLD
Length: 41' 6" - 12.65m - Year: 1981
This blue water yacht was sailed to Australia from South Africa and proven to be a safe and seaworthy vessel. This yacht is moored outside the Owners house on a private mooring. The boat has been de-rigged. The craft does require some TLC and a few upgrades. The photos of the underwater profile are of the vessel three years ago. I was advised the . . .
Price: AU $30,000 FIRM
Farr 44 SOLD
Length: 44' 0" - 13.42m - Year: 1988
A quality Cruiser/Racer built in New Zealand and this vessel has been very well maintained and constantly updated by the Owners. Very well presented and appointed and one of the best well built boats that we have listed and the finish the build is excellent. She is capable of up to 200 nautical miles sailing per day and is easy to handle for two . . .
Price: AU $199,000 REDUCED
Irwin 52 Cutter Ketch SOLD
Length: 52' 0" - 15.85m - Year: 1979
A 52ft cutter ketch with a fully enclosed centre cockpit which is suited for extended cruising and a fantastic live-a-board vessel! A very large aft cabin with a Q/S bed, ensuite and a fully enclosed shower and bath. A very spacious and comfortable saloon with 2 metre headroom and has a well equipped galley. For family or guests, there is a cabin . . .
Price: AU $149,000
Gulfstar 60 Mk I
Length: 60' 0" - 18.29m - Year: 1982
O This beautiful heavily built classic & well cared for 60ft Gulfstar is a world cruising sailing boat.
o She is one of the safest sailing boats in the world with its large fully enclosed centre cockpit.
o Very easy to handle by a couple with the in-mast electric furling main and furling head sail, bow thruster and large self tailing . . .