"WINGS" is a 2001 Nordhavn 35 Coastal Pilot built by Pacific Asian Enterprises, hull #03. Offered by her second owner who has taken great care of the boat as did the first. The single engine 35 Coastal Pilot is a great live-a-board that will give a couple very comfortable and spacious accommodations while traveling or at anchor.
Please Note, Shown By Appointment Only
Dragonfly is a wonderful example of the Back Cove 33 Hardtop Express. She has been professionally well maintained and cared for. A new Garmin electronics package was added in 2018. Full specs, details and photos are provided.
Under her second owner, this 1988 Freedom 36/38 can go where you like, when you like, and you can do it in a hurry. Control lines run along the deck neatly back to the cockpit for convenience. Because the 3638 is such a stable platform, heeling is minimized and she points high into the wind to let the big main drive the boat. Upwind, the Freedom 36/38 slices effortlessly through the water. Downwind, the vast potential of the rig is unleashed and the boat becomes a powerhouse. If you can appreciate a yacht that maximizes all the elements of hull and rig to create power, ease and greater safety to boot, take a closer look at this Freedom 36/38. This is truly a performance cruiser with abundant accommodations for a large family. Surveyed in 2016, "Goin Places" was found to be an above average, well-constructed, and comfortable vessel!
This 1999 Tiara 2900 Open has all the engineering and detailing that boaters have come to expect from this luxury brand. Tiara's trademark windshield, designed with a thick band of poly trim along the top of the frame, offers the best wind and water protection while guaranteeing visual clarity. The open transom design is perfect for entertaining guests both out on the water or at the docks. Built with a well-insulated engine room and a side exhaust muffler system, as well as ax-head rudders for better handling and control, the 2900 Open offers the driving comfort that is common to all Tiara boats.
This 1988 Nonsuch 33 went through a complete refit in 2005. Professionally refinished deck and hull, barrier coat, engine rebuild, new canvas, upholstery and electronics. Power winch, power windlass, radar, electronics, and a Smart Auto Pilot were also added to upgrade this vessel.
She has enjoyed further upgrades and improvements since then including a new sail in 2015, new stainless steel swim platform, new Marine Cradleshop 6 Pad folding steel cradle, and a new Topshop winter cover with frames. She comes with a 10 ft dingy.
The Nonsuch 33 is a cruising cat boat designed by Mark Ellis for Canadian racer Gordon Fisher to be fast, easy to handle and comfortable. Remarkably roomy down below for a 33' boat with two private staterooms, galley, large salon, and roomy head. Easily single-handed or sailed with a minimal crew.
Kept in beautiful condition inside & out, this boat is complete and ready to go anywhere a new owner would like to go.
This Pearson Countess 44 is as close to original as you will find. She boasts hull number 16 and has been enjoyed by the same family since new. Originally commissioned by Palmer Johnson in Wisconsin she was brought to Charlevoix, MI that same summer. Algonquin has been lightly used for 3 months each summer for family day sailing and Great Lakes cruising. Click on all the wonderful photos and see the full specs for a complete equipment list. Algonquin can be seen by appointment, call and make your plan for a visit today!