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Item 39 SOLD 60ft Samson gaff ketch built 1975. New air-conditioning, radios, Garmin Plotter GPS, 4 years old Perkins diesel, Brazilian Mahogany interior, many extras. Boat located in Miami. Asking $39,000.

Item 34 SOLD "Taku Tori", 54' LOA, 15' beam, 7' draft. Built 1971 by Ferro Cement, Ltd. in Auckland, New Zealand. The present owner refurbished and upgraded in 1986 and has maintained it to the highest standards. There is a large main salon, three staterooms, two heads with showers, full galley with large freezer and refrigerator. Marine air - 120 hp Ford Lehman aux - 6 ½ kw Onan & 4 ½ kw Northern Lights generators - 240, 120, 24 and 12 volt electrical system - 400 gallon water capacity and 350 diesel fuel capacity - Adequate sail inventory. This vessel is presently in the U.S. with U.S. registry. 2003 survey available $120K U.S.

Item 33. SOLD "Raincoast" an Ian Ross designed ketch rigged sail boat of 63 feet overall, launched 1981 in Vancouver. Boat is extremely well built by professionals with many innovative features by the owner who is a master mariner, Last surveyed May 1997 and report is available.

Item 31 SOLD 44' Hartley Fijian Ketch. Hull built professionally by John Berry in Nelson, New Zealand in 1982. Proven blue-water cruiser is located in Tonga's Vava'u group. New sails, "new" re-conditioned engine. Well maintained for charter with full-time crew. Everything in excellent shape. Start your cruising life in the best cruising grounds of the South Pacific, or just come and live on her in the world's most pristine and interesting archipelago. White sand beaches, hidden lagoons, beautiful reefs. $45,000 USD.

Item 30. SOLD a new build Peter Ibold designed Endurance 35. Her hull construction was begun in 1979. The owner/builder, an orthopedic surgeon, used only the finest materials available in her completion. The joiner work and systems are of the best quality. She has been continually worked on and kept covered or indoors to her now 80% state of completion. The only major equipment left to furnish is the mast and rigging. Interior and systems need to be completed. She has only been floated once to find her lines. Her recent survey value was put at $275,000. We will finance the sale of this vessel to the right buyer and are asking $150,000.

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