Grand Banks Eastbay 50SX "SPRINGBOK"
If you've ever wanted a Grand Banks Eastbay 50SX, their latest and greatest, you have to look at SPRINGBOK. A literally brand new 2014 Eastbay 50 SX built by owners who had 2 previous Eastbay's. She is a particularly special family oriented yacht, properly outfitted with the best of equipment and state of the art electronics. Her Volvo IPS pod drives, with helm and cockpit control joysticks, provide easy maneuvering in the tightest of situations.
Original GB standard warranty through July of 2015 and hull warranty to August of 2018 transferable. Asking $1,795,000
For more information, please contact Allen Schiller in our Salem, MA office 978-744-7070
48’ Island Packet 485 2004
This 48’ Island Packet 485 is a center cockpit cutter rigged sailing vessel with a raked stem and reverse transom. Boarding steps and platform for easy maneuvering. She has been captain maintained with an owner who demands perfection.
Please call Tim Kohl at the Portsmouth RI office 401-682-2010 for more details
2015 Bruckmann Abaco 40
This stunning new Bruckmann built Abaco has just been delivered to Harpswell, ME. The Abaco 40 is designed by Mark Ellis and built by Bruckmann Yachts in Toronto, Canada; A classic Downeast style with a single engine and running gear protected by the keel. This is a new boat with full manufacturers warranties.
Bruckmann builds a first class boat with a traditional Hereshoff style interior. This Abaco has centerline berth forward and a large head with separate stall shower. The dinette in the salon converts to a queen size berth.
Powered with a 670 HP Cummins, the Abaco gets up on a plane at 10-12 knots and cruises comfortably at 24 knots with a top speed of 28-29. The Abaco 40 has been designed to be handled by one and comfortably accommodates two overnight guests. She is seaworthy and a comfortable ride on the Great Lakes or cruising the Gulf Stream.
2000 Nelson 38 "North Sea"
This is not your average yacht! Originally built as a capable long range “tender” for a 255’ expedition yacht, her 2nd owner has used her for coastal cruising. Twin Caterpillar 3126 engines with a cruising speed of 22 knots. The North Sea 38 is a wonderfully bright and airy boat, fully equipped for extended cruising, major refit in 2009 well worth over $200,000.
47 Grand Banks EU – “Tanglewood II”
Tanglewood II is an extended cockpit Grand Banks 47 Europa, equipped with stabilizers and ready for extended cruising. Her current owners have cruised her from Nova Scotia to the Bahamas.
The flybridge is completely enclosed providing another comfortable living space with great views. A staircase with pneumatic lift allows easy access to the engine room. Outfitted with Glendinning engine controls and a complement of Furuno, Simrad, Cummins and Raymarine electronics, the cockpit is a spacious 10 ft long with extended roof and aft deck shower. She has been thoughtfully equipped and well maintained.
2005 Bruckmann 50 MKII WINIFRED
Offered by her original owner WINIFRED has been well maintained and she has benefitted from a larger 200 HP John Deere diesel and the new extended transom. These Bruckmann 50’s are a perfect marriage of power and sail with speeds of 9 plus knots. A full compliment of electronics and controls are at the inside helm so you can operate the boat from the comfort of a comfortable helm chair protected in any weather. Visibilty from the inside helm is excellent. The raised dinette also gives your guests excellent visibility.
A spacious fugally is open to the salon and across from the library. A full size washer and dryer are installed and easily accessible from the library.
There are two spacious staterooms and two heads. A large engine room can be accessed from the salon or from under steps by the galley.
Joinerwork and detail are first class. The Bruckmann 50 is a gorgeous boat that will get you to your destination in comfort. Please call today to arrange an inspection of this handsome yacht. Asking $725,000
Linda Warren Salem office 978 744 7070
1957 Block Island 40 "SEAL"
Rarely does a yacht receive such a complete re-fit as has SEAL, the original Block Island 40. In 2004 she was largely gutted and received all new systems including tanks, wiring, engine, all hoses, extensive new joiner work with any remaining being completely refinished. The entire hull and deck were stripped and re-finished with Awlgrip (side decks re-awl-gripped since) all new masts and booms and mostly new winches. Since then the interior was re-painted and varnished in 2011 and an entire new suit of sails was built.