Pre-Owned Boat Sales

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    1997 Alerion 38 Yawl

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    This Alerion 38 Yawl is hull #1.  She is offered by her  2nd owner and has only been located in the fresh water of Lake Michigan.  Purchased in June of 2021 the current owner has invested in many upgrades to include: bimini, new water heater, refrigeration, life sling, B&G navigation, B&G autopilot control, and NMEA  2000 upgrade.  Just hauled and placed in storage for the winter Morning Star is ready for your inspection.   

    • Year:1997
    • Engine/Fuel Type:Inboard, diesel
    • Hull Material:Fiberglass
    • ID#4145301
    • Length:38'
    • Location:Charlevoix, MI
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    1934 Custom Northern Michigan NM

    Northern Michigan (NM) 32' sloop hull #5 "Rookie". It's difficult to understand why this beautiful and capable keelboat of 32 feet overall has remained unknown to all the yachting world except for a small bay on Lake Michigan's west shore. Here is a chance to own a piece of history and to own a boat that is iconic to Harbor Springs. Only 26 of these delightful sloops have been produced. The yacht was never intended as a national one-design, though it could easily be. The NM is a lean, easily driven hull with fairly firm bilges. In the chop and moderate breeze the NM comes into its own, excelling notably to weather. The NM has fine forward sections that fair into a cut away keel, she has a long rudder attached to the trailing edge. She draws five feet with 313 sq. ft. sail area and carries a spinnaker. The design is fairly stiff with 40% ballast (external) to displacement. The Harbor Springs NM fleet is active with weekly races throughout the summer. This boat has had extensive work over the years, is solid and ready to put in the water and sail...

    • Year:1934
    • Hull Material:Wood
    • ID#3888253
    • Length:32'
    • Location:Harbor Springs, MI
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    1993 Catalina 320

    Wet Willy is a fresh water only 1993 Catalina 320.  Just listed after the 2023 haul out season she is stored outside spar up under a winter cover.  Notable features include: Perkins 28Hp diesel, mainsail roller boom furling system, Harken head sail roller furling, upgraded Raymarine electronics in 2019, refrigeration, large master cabin under cockpit sole, swim deck transom design, and much more.  As this boat is stored not at our location we ask that showings be by appointment.  Click on all the specs and details and of course reach out we will be happy to answer questions and get you aboard!  

    • Year:1993
    • Engine/Fuel Type:Inboard, diesel
    • Hull Material:Fiberglass
    • ID#4171567
    • Length:32'
    • Location:Boyne City, MI
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    1978 Bombay Clipper Sloop

    This 1978 Bombay Clipper "Legato" has been loved and meticulously cared for by the original owner for 45 years. He's aging out and as much as he hates to let her go, it's time for a new home and the next chapter in this boats life. Always fresh water and lightly used for the short Northern Michigan summers. She has been winter stored indoors and professionally maintained her whole life. With many upgrades and add-ons over the years, this boat is ready to splash, cruise and enjoy! The Bombay Clipper was designed by Walt Scott who had sailed all over the Eastern seaboard from Maine to the Bahamas. He is quoted as saying, "it really turned out well. I am delighted with the boats performance. The builders are using first-rate hardware throughout. As a matter of fact, they are equipping the boat with rigging that is even heavier than what I specified. To me, that says a lot about their interest in the customer's safety and dedication to building an honest product." It's rare to find a boat of this age in the excellent condition she is in. 

    • Year:1978
    • Engine/Fuel Type:Inboard, diesel
    • Hull Material:Fiberglass
    • ID#3706438
    • Length:31'
    • Location:Harbor Springs, MI
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    1978 Vineyard Vixen 29

    This 1978 Vineyard Vixen (#27) was purchased by current owner in 2006 and brought to Lake Charlevoix, Michigan at that time.  She was then optimized for short handed sailing with the addition of the Hoyt Jib Boom System and new sails.  Everything can be handled from the cockpit, with no need to go on deck while sailing!  She was repowered with a  Yanmar diesel in 1997. Opus is now out of the water and in storage for the winter season. 

    Located Off Site, Please call for an appointment.   

    • Year:1978
    • Engine/Fuel Type:Inboard, diesel
    • Hull Material:Fiberglass
    • ID#4014662
    • Length:29'
    • Location:Charlevoix, MI
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    1972 Islander Islander 36


    The Islander 36 was built from1971 to 1985, making it one of the longest-lived 36-footers ever on the U.S. market. More than 750 of the Alan Gurney-designed racer-cruiser sloops were built, with production spanning almost the entire history of Islander Yachts. Unlike a lot of boats with long production histories, there are relatively few differences between the first and last Islander 36s built. The I36 also boasts a very active and large owners association, an invaluable resource for those buying-or thinking about buying-an older used boat. All in all, the Islander 36 is a well-mannered, fast-sailing boat, at its best in a breeze. With proper, modern sail-handling equipment, it could easily be handled by a couple for shorthanded cruising. With good sails and a smooth bottom, it is also can be a competitive PHRF club racer. Very fast for a comfortable cruising boat. The boat seems to be a good compromise between being light enough to sail well and heavy enough to be safe and solid. It has been described by owners as comfortable, stable, quick, and roomy. Even by todays standards, the hull proportions of the Islander 36 are nearly ideal for a modern racer-cruiser. The beam is moderate and carried well aft, offering fairly good hull volume aft, so that the boat does not squat excessively when cockpit lockers are loaded with cruising gear. Despite the age of the design, the I36 is not dated in appearance. You could even say that the boat is a modern classic. Two-owner, fresh water vessel that has always been winter stored indoors.

    • Year:1972
    • Engine/Fuel Type:Inboard, unleaded
    • Hull Material:Fiberglass
    • ID#4075588
    • Length:36'
    • Location:Harbor Springs, MI