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    $68,000
    Alerion AE28

    This 2002 Alerion Express 28 "Frolic" is a classic above the waterline and a speedster below the waterline. Sailboats are by nature graceful, and many claim to please your eye. But the Alerion Express 28 has consistently been recognized as one of the prettiest boats on the water. She has a thoroughly modern underwater shape which adds to her lustre. A maximized cockpit and cabin makes the Alerion Express 28 the perfect cruising yacht for you and your spouse for weekend adventures or just a spur of the moment evening or after work sail. By preserving the traditional look topside-where it shows, and giving the hull a modern design below the waterline, the Alerion Express 28 offers the best of both worlds; great style and great performance along with the pride and admiration they bring. A very manageable sail plan with a self tacking jib boom is easily single-handed. And even the most die-hard racers speak of how beautifully balanced and delightful to sail the Alerion Express 28 is. This daysailer is by far the most popular of all the modern day sailors. With her inception in the mid 90's the AE28 was also the first model to start this trend. Currently, there are active one design fleets for the AE28 throughout the country. The fleets range in size from 6 to 25 boats. With basic "main and jib only" rules there is no shortage of excitement and great sailing. AE28 sailing is simple, fun and allows you to sail on your own terms...

    • Year:2002
    • Engine/Fuel Type:Inboard, diesel
    • Hull Material:Fiberglass
    • ID#3887904
    • Length:28'
    • Location:Harbor Springs, MI
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    $59,500
    Freedom 3638

     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!

    • Year:1988
    • Engine/Fuel Type:Inboard, diesel
    • Hull Material:Fiberglass
    • ID#3888858
    • Length:38'
    • Location:Charlevoix, MI
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    $57,500
    Pearson Countess 44

     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!

    • Year:1965
    • Engine/Fuel Type:Inboard, diesel
    • Hull Material:Fiberglass
    • ID#3126001
    • Length:44'
    • Location:Charlevoix, MI
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    $54,900
    Custom Northern Michigan NM

    Northern Michigan (NM) 32' sloop hull #5 "Rookie". It is 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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    $53,500
    Sabre 38 MK I

    This classic Sabre is ready for a new owner. Sabre's are renowned for their build quality and excellent sailing characteristics. The 38 offers rewarding performance, versatility, and comfortable cruising amenities.

    "The Sabre 38 sails brilliantly. And that is, after all, what it is all about. It is hard to find a better all-around performer in this range.  Owners rave about the way the boat handles through a variety of conditions. It accelerates in a gentle puff, keeps momentum in a chop, balances easily and responds to slight turns of the helm." John Kretschmer - Sailing Magazine

    • Year:1984
    • Engine/Fuel Type:Inboard, diesel
    • Hull Material:Fiberglass
    • ID#3880560
    • Length:38'
    • Location:Charlevoix, MI
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    $39,000
    Bombay Clipper Sloop

    This 1978 Bombay Clipper "Legato" has been loved and meticulously cared for by the original owner for 42 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