This 2003 Boston Whaler 180 Dauntless is a three-owner, fresh water boat. The sporty 180 Dauntless features everything that anyone who's ever owned a Dauntless loves, and more. Unusually roomy for an 18-footer, it features tons of storage space in the bow locker, in the console, under the pilot seat, and under the stern deck. There's plenty of room for your gear, with rod/ski racks, plus console and stern deck rod holders. A portside stern live-well along with a host of other standard features will make this boat perfect for fishing, water-sports or entertaining. A smooth, dry ride is provided by her Accutrack hull design. Check out this 180 Dauntless, it's a 180-degree departure from competitive boats in her class...
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.
Gotcha is a fresh water only two owner boat since new in 1986. She is hull #286 out of production run of 298 built in total. She features the desirable mast head rig and inboard diesel configuration. Gotcha has been IBS maintained since new and good service records are available dating back to 1996. Hull side is Red Awlgrip (new 2005) and has been well maintained since. Mostly sailed/club raced on Lake Charlevoix over the years she has had wonderful care and has been inside stored on her included cradle each winter. Call for your appointment to take a look!
This 1992 Wellcraft 23 Nova is a two-owner, fresh water vessel that has been well maintained. Standard features include a set of standup/sitdown race-type bolsters, Morse engine controls, mind messing graphics with matching upholstery, and powered with a Mercruiser 454 Magnum engine. Includes a dual-axle Shoreland'r trailer. fast, fun and ready to get you on the water...
This 2006 Bayliner 185 Bowrider has one of the largest interiors in her class. This boat has always been trailered and stored indoors when not in use. Fresh water only and well maintained. Solid entry level boat at an affordable price. Powered by an economical Mercruiser 3.0L engine with an Alpha stern drive. Includes trailer with swing tongue for easy garage storage.
Cori 1 represents an opportunity to own a piece of sailing history. This 1912 25ft Alden Corinthian One Design class sloop is believed to be the earliest know John G. Alden designed boat still actively sailing today. Click on full specs for complete details.