Thank you to the generous individuals who donated these boats to support disabled sailing in Vancouver, BC.

 

 

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Type: Doral Prestancia 300
Name: Demo Dawg
Donor: Vince Alvernaz

A highly regarded model, well constructed with molded fiberglass pan liner. Three twin-berths in two cabins, storage, galley with dining tables and stove. Powered by twin 4.3 L Volvo/OMC king Cobra Drives, she will cruise at 26 mph and reach a top speed of 35 mph. New new full canvas Bimini Top. Serviced and inspected.

 

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Type: Polaris Neptune
Donor: Paul Thompson

Polaris Neptune aluminum hulls are designed for ocean or shallow water use and to offer maximum deck space for the overall length. They are fast, agile and versatile – the console and seats can be configured to optimize the space without affecting the operating characteristics. This is a well-maintained example, with 200 hp Honda Power, fully serviced June 2016.

 

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Type: 1962 Grenfell 36 Command Bridge
Name: Riot IV
Donor: Chris & Elizabeth Wootten

A West Coast classic from Thorton Grenfell . Most of the 70+ boats produced by Grenfell between the ‘50s and early ‘70s are still in use, attesting to the quality of construction. This 1962-built example has been well maintained and boat-house kept. She received a major refit in 1994, including new Marine Power engines, transmissions, fuel tanks and electrical upgrades.

 

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Type: Cal 29
Name: Geronimo
Donor: Tony Scott

Built in 1974 by Calgan marine in North Vancouver, this 24-foot fiberglass sloop has undergone $40,000 in refits, including a new 27 hp engine in 2003. She will cruise under power at six knots, and 434 sq. ft. of sails which include a Leich & McBride genoa. She has two cabins and a settee berth, a three-burner galley stove wit propane oven.

 

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Type: 1959 Grenfell Custom Express
Name: Sceptre
Donor: Don & Marion Nundal

This is one of four boats that iconic west coast boat builder Thorton Grenfell produced in fiberglass, using a hull manufactured by Davidson. Solidly built – in places the hull is more than an inch thick – and well maintained. Repowered in 1995 with a Volvo 200 Hp diesel engine which now has 1,100 hours on it. Surveyed and inspected 2015.

 

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Type: MacGregor 26
Name: Moonlighter
Donor: Chris Robertson

Industry-leading trailer sailboat with innovative water ballast system to keep the load light while hauling. One person can raise the mast in 15 minutes. Essentially, this is a sailboat designed to entice powerboaters, with sleek styling and a 70 hp outboard auxiliary. Two double berths, settees and a mini galley in an open-plan layout with generous headroom.

 

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Type: Ranger 29
Name: Mystic Blue
Donor: Randy Friesen

Built by Ranger Yachts in 1976, Mystic Blue is a clean and well-maintained boat, ready to sail! Fiberglass-built and sloop-rigged, with 410 sq. ft. of sails, she also features a 25 HP 2007 inboard Perkins diesel . Inside she offers v-berth, quarter-berth and two settee berths, and a galley with a microwave and a three-burner-plus-oven propane stove. Surveyed October 2015.

 

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Type: Albin Ballad 30
Name: Tamure
Donor: Lana Miller

Designed by Rolf Magnusson and built in 1975 by Albin Marine in Sweden, she is a fine example of one of the most popular sailing yachts of this size ever built in Scandinavia. Rated for ocean cruising, and equipped with a 473 sq-ft of sloop-rigged sails, she offers v-berth, quarter-berth and two settee berths. With 18 HP 1989 Volvo Penta diesel. Surveyed September 2015. 

 

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Type: Bayliner 318
Name: Quantal

Donor: Henry Voss

This is a practical and comfortable boat, perfect for both entertaining and cruising – one of the most popular designs ever. Quantal has a spacious interior with a large master stateroom with en-suite head. Mid-cabin has a double berth and tub/shower enclosure. Spacious cockpit and command bridge.

 

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Type: C&C 42 Landfall
Name: Reunion
Donor: David Pelly (Ottawa)

Popular cruiser and swift passage maker. Well cared-for and upgraded over the years, including 1995 deck refit – lifted and rebedded - and new electrical system. New main sail 2011. Powered by a 50 HP Perkins (rebuilt 2008). Stainless rod rigging with Navtec turnbuckles. Ready for cruising upon purchase.

 

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Type: Sea Ray 22
Donor: Alister Prout

This 22’ Sea Ray is a quality, well-built platform in great condition. With a 260 Hp engine and deep V hull, she will provide a great ride in the choppy Georgia Strait. Her 2004 Mercruiser 350  5.7 L engine will cruise comfortably at 25 knots, and reach a maximum speed of 45 knots. Idea for fishing with a deep cockpit, and easy to overnight in the comfortable v-berth cuddy.  Serviced, surveyed and ready to go!

 

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Type: Melges 32
Name: Mischief
Donor: Iain Morris

Mischief is a pure thoroughbred racer – with a lot of wins under her belt. She is the first Melges 32 to be splashed in the water, making her debut at Key West in 2000 as Emotional Rescue, one of two prototypes of a boat now in full production. Please note this is a custom racing boat, and will not work as a cruiser nor a live aboard. Comes with trailer and cover.

 

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Type: Four Winns 190 Horizon
Donor: Michael Bryne

The 190 Four Winns Horizon series is one of the best sunbridge cruisers available today. This particular example, with its sweeping silhouette and 5.O L Volvo Power plant that will cruise in the high 30s is a spectacular version of a great boat. She is loaded with extras, including freshwater engine cooling (a $3,500 option) andanti fouling bottom paint ($2,000).

 

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Type: Custom Yawl
Name: Galivanter III
Donor: Ian Sacre

Think of 49-foot steel hulled Gallivanter III as a "little ship" rather than a yacht. She was built in 1964 to Lloyd's Rules in Bremerhaven, Germany by Burmeister Yachts. She was extensively refitted in 1987. She sleeps six in three cabins, and will cruise at 7 knots under power – a 210 HP Cummins diesel.

 

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Type: Alwest 37 Pilothouse Cruiser
Name: Clyde
Donor: Anonymous

This clean, well-maintained pilothouse vessel has been lovingly maintained by one owner. Built 1975, and kept on fresh water. The Twin Volvo 225 FWC engines, built in 2000, have been well serviced. With 450 HP, she will cruise at 23 knots, with a maximum speed of 32 knots. She comes equipped with radar, GPS and echo sounder. Recent survey.

 

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Type: J 35
Name: Alchemy
Donor: James Lott/Ross Bailey

Alchemy is a pristine example of one of the most popular one-design racer-cruisers ever built. Alchemy features a balsa cored fiberglass hull and deck, a 1984 inboard Yanmar 20 hp engine, and four single and one double berth. Equipped with compass, CD player, depth sounder, log-speedometer, VHF, wind speed and direction equipment and GPS.

 

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Type: Chris Craft 315 Commander
Name: Argo
Donor: Jason Hong

Clean, reliable low-hours sport fisher with twin 285 HP inboard motorsthat will cruise at 23 knots. She was built in 1985, and her recently serviced engines have less than 700 hours on them. Argo features two double births in one cabin, marine head, refrigerator, oven, electric bilge pump, heating, hot water and swimming ladder. Recent survey available.

 

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Type: Yamaha 30
Name: Duet
Donor: Frank & Celine Palmer

Built in 1980 by Yamaha Design Group, this is a performance cruiser with a reputation for excellent sailing, good build quality and attention to detail. Duet is a fiberglass-built 30-foot sloop with accommodations for up to six, four sails, and a 12 HP in-board diesel motor. Equipped with radio, log-speedometer, VHF, GPS, etc.

 

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Type: Maple Leaf 42
Name: Thisltedown II
Donor: Johnny Crawford

Thistledown II has a fiberglass hull and 90 Hp diesel inboard engine that will cruise at six knots, and comes with two double and two single berths. She is equipped with a log-speedometer, wind speed and direction equipment, VHF, depthsounder, autopilot and radar. She also has hot water, heating, a marine head and refrigerator.

 

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Type: C&C 29
Name: Beethoven
Donor: Cindy Miller

Sloop-rigged fiberglass 29-foot yacht. Beethoven sleeps five in two cabins, with the comforts of home represented by a kerosene heater, three-burner stove and ice refrigerator. She’s fitted with a compass and depthsounder. Beethoven is powered by a 15 hp Yanmar engine, and boasts 422 sq. ft. of sails.

 

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Type: Grand Mariner 36 Tri Cabin
Name: Maneki Neko
Donor: G. W. (Bill) Mercer

Comfortable cruising yacht for Pacific Northwest with two stateroom layout, teak decks and large, bright saloon. Built in 1979, she is powered by a 120 HP Ford Lehman engine and will cruise at seven knots. The galley features an under-counter refrigerator, three-burner propane stove with oven and stainless steel sink with pressurized hot/cold water. On deck there are wide walkarounds with high perimeter rails for safety. The command bridge has seating for six and there is a davit arrangement for dinghy launching and retrieving.

 

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Type: Fox 25
Name: Windsong
Donor: Darren Drew

This sloop-rigged fiberglass sailboat was built in 1980 and has been well kept. She has two cabins that sleep four, a two-burner galley stove and an ice fridge, and is equipped with the necessary electronic equipment: compass, VHF radio, Raymarine depth / speed sounder, Lowrance GPS and a CD player/radio. She has 297 sq. ft. of sails and a 2006 four-stroke Honda outboard and so will cruise at 5.5 knots under power. Surveyed in 2011, she was drydocked and re-painted in 2010.

 

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Type: Grenfell 26 Command Bridge
Name: Ragamuffin
Donor: Guy Walters

She was built in 1970 of lapstrake plank-on-frame construction, and is in beautiful condition with a recent marine survey. She is powered with a 330HP MerCruiser 454 gasoline engine. Service records are available. There is a V-berth below decks forward. The main cabin comprises of lower helm and galley to port. There is a convertible dinette and enclosed head to starboard. The interior is tastefully finished in varnished mahogany. Other features: Garmin GPS 276C, Inverter, Propane stove-top, Convertible dinette, dual steering stations.

 

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Type: Tolleycraft Sedan
Name: Morning Star
Donor: Denis Facer

This is a clean, reliable and fully upgraded boat from one of the North West’s premier powerboat builders. These boats are known for holding their value. Built in 2006, and with only 415 hours on the 5.7 L Mercuiser engine, she has been upgraded with: bow thruster ($5,000), Sea Wise dinghy davit system ($5,000), Achillies 10 foot rib Hypalone ($4,200), Lofrance Power winch with Bruce anchor  chain and line, Standard Horizon  CPS 175 Chart plotter, Raymarine ST6002 Autopilot ($1,200), holding tank and macerator pump and a full winter cover ($1,500).

 

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Type: C&C 27
Name: Trincomali
Donor: Gary Banyard

A sloop-rigged sailing yacht of fiberglass construction built by C&C Yachts in 1974. Auxiliary propulsion by recently serviced inboard diesel engine. Hauled and painted in May 2012. Comes with an inflatable and kayak. Out-of-the-water survey was recently completed and boat was found in good shape for its age and no significant issues were identified.

 

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Type: Dash 34
Name: Roadrunner
Donor: Peter McCarthy

This 34-foot sloop-rigged fiber-glass yacht is regarded as a very competitive racing boat that also doubles up as a comfortable family cruiser. Built in 1981, the running rigging was replaced in 2006, and the Yamaha 8 hp engine is from 2008 – she will cruise under power at 7.3 knots. This boat features one cabin which sleeps six in four berths.

 

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Type: 1995 Maxum 2400 SCR
Name: Handy Craft
Donor: Joe McArthur

This is a very reliable entry-level boat at a bargain price, in great running condition, complete with a Sunbrellas top ($4,000 value). Built in 1995, she is powered by a 220 HP Mercruiser inboard, with a 25 mph cruising speed. The vessel has two births, with an electric galley and alcohol stove. Equipped with Garmin fish finder. Aug 2014 survey.

 

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Type: Olson 30
Name: Goshawk
Donor: John Culter

This 30 ft. sloop was built by George Olson at Pacific Boats in Santa Cruz, California in 1982 with then-revolutionary ultra light displacement boat (ULDB) fiberglass construction. Fast and maneuverable, the Olson 30 sailboat is known nationally and internationally for winning in tough ocean races against boats 10 and 20 feet longer.

 

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Type: C&C 27
Name: Mr. Duck
Donor: Hans Macrander

A sloop-rigged 27-foot sailing yacht built in 1971, Mr Duck sleeps five in two cabins. She is equipped with a kerosene cabin heater and two-burner propane galley stone, and electronics including VHF radio, compass, depth sounder, Navico autopilot, and handheld Garmin GPSmap 76. She is powered by a 16 hp. two-cylinder Yanmar FWC diesel, installed in 1993, and will cruise at 5.5 knots under power.

 

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Type: C&C 30
Name: Soleil
Donor: Ken McRae

Fiberglass 30 ft. sloop, built by C&C Yachts in 1976 and well cared for. She sleeps five in two cabins, one double and one single. Soleil has 459 square feet of sails and an inboard 30 hp. four cylinder FWC Universal Atomic 4 gasoline engine that was overhauled in 2013. She comes equipped with a Horizon VHF radio, compass, Garmin depth sounder and Signet knotmeter/log. Survey available.

 

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Type: Sea Ray 440 CV

Name: Simply Perfect
Donor: Courtland Smith

This is a large boat with two staterooms. An ideal craft for entertaining, with a great galley, a large salon and a big back deck. She features a dinghy and an outboard on an electric Sea Wise system. Upgraded electronics include an E-120 Raymarine system-including radar, chart plotter and fish finder. Survey available – a full mechanical inspection was recently completed.

 

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Type: Fraser 30 Pilothouse
Name: Windrush
Donor: Kurt Gagel

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Built in 1983, and with all rigging replaced in 2011, this 30-ft sloop-rigged yacht is ready for your West Coast sailing adventures. She has two cabins with berths for five, a three-burner stove with oven and ice refrigerator. Electronics include a Uniden UM380 DSC VHF and a Garmin 720S GPS/chartplotter/depthsounder, October 2013 survey available.

 

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Type: Chris Craft Catalina
Name: Best Bet
Donor: David Anderson & Catherine Denny

Best Bet is a 1986 production model 28-ft. Chris Craft Catalina 281 Express Cruiser built by Uniflite Boats. Twin 230 hp inboard MerCruiser engines power her, and she has a hard-top for protection from the elements, with a drop-curtain canvas enclosure. The bottom is protected with anti-fouling paint. Survey available. Features include:  Furuno 1720 Radar, 125 Gallon fuel tank, refrigerator, and buss heating.

 

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Type: San Juan 28
Name: Temptation
Donor: Patricia Sears

Sloop-rigged fiberglas racing/cruising yacht, built 1979 by Clark Boat Co. She has 384 sq. ft. of sail area, backed up by a two-cylinder, 15 hp Yanmar inboard diesel with a little over 2,000-hours use. She has two cabins, and sleeps six, with a three-burner CNG stove with oven. Electronics and navigation gear include: compass, Uniden VHF, depthsounder, Signet knotmeter/log and Autohelm 1000 autopilot.

 

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Type: Cascade 36
Name: All That Chas
Donor: Charles Saramo

Built by Cascade Yachts in 1974, this cutter-rigged 36-foot yacht is built for inshore and deepwater cruising. She has a 30 hp Yanmar inboard engine which will power her at a 6.5 knot cruising speed, and 590 sq. ft. of sails.

 

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Type: O'Day 25
Name: Irish Cream
Donor: John Scott

A production model fibreglass sloop, built by the O'Day Corporation in 1979. She is powered with a self-start Yamaha 9.9 outboard.

 

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Type: Uniflite Yacht Fisherman 42
Name: Knotica
Donor: Karen Reynolds

Built in 1982, and well-cared-for, this is a beautiful boat ready for cruising and entertaining. Her sundeck, aft of the saloon, is well-lit by large 360-degree windows, complete with leather couch and two teak fold away chairs. She has a two stateroom layout, with two heads and two shower enclosures. She is diesel powered by very reliable Volvo Penta motors rated at 235hp each.

 

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Type: Aloha 28
Name: Blue Heron
Donor: Jay Irwin

This 28-foot sloop-rigged fibreglass sailboat built in 1978 by Ouyang Boat Works in Whitby, Ontario. She is a well-cared-for boat, last drydocked June 2013. Blue Heron has a 16 hp. 2 cyl. FWC Yanmar engine. She is equipped with a President VHF radio, compass, Lowrance X60 depthsounder, Swoffer knotmeter, Garmin MAP162 GPS and Autohelm 1000 tillerpilot.

 

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Type: Camano Trawler Pilothouse 34
Name: Lillian Ruth
Donor: Wayne McIntosh

This Camano 34 Wide Body Trawler was designed with a combination of commercial boating seaworthiness and pleasure boating comforts. Built in 1978, and regularly serviced, she is a beautiful and well-maintained vessel, with teak panelling and trim, and carpet throughout. Features include a new autopilot, new stern thruster, propane range, hot water heater, full-size fridge/freezer, ample sleeping space, and full custom boat covers. She moves as good as she looks with a single Ford Lehman 120 diesel engine.

 

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Type: Camper Nicholson 30
Name: Battle Axe
Donor: David Scandrett & Phyllis Carlyle

This highly regarded Camper & Nicholson yacht was designed and built to withstand the rigours of the North Sea. She was built in 1974, and has been well cared for. The 10 hp Volvo inboard was re-built in 1994, and will cruise at 5.5 knots, but the cutter rig with 453 sq ft of sails can propel her through the water a lot faster! She sleeps five in two cabins, and comes equipped with electronics including Uniden UM525 VHF w/ DCS, Garmin depthsounder and a Simrad autopilot.

 

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Type: Cape Islander 40
Name: Ceilidh Girl
Donor: Bill Finney

Custom-built by John Fraser, in Victoria, B.C., this is a well constructed and reliable vessel which has been used exclusively in fresh water. She is powered by a Ford 200hp inboard, built in 1998 and with 629 hours’ use. There is a V berth forward. The cabin amidships is fitted with helm, galley, convertible dinette and small head compartment with porta potti. She is equipped with electric and manual bilge pumps, Uniden Solara DSC VHF, Lowrance X85 fish finder, Lorad LDX 600, Airglide deck mount compass.

 

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Type: 1980 San Juan 28
Name: Aprisa
Donor: Graham Temke, Qualicum Beach

Built by San Juan Marine Inc. in 1980, this well-cared-for racing sloop is fully equipped and ready for any other coastal cruising you can imagine. She has benefitted from $20,000 of recent upgrades, with the hull being repainted and interior upgrades including new upholstery. She is a quick mover, thanks to 384-square-feet of sails, but can also motor along at a cruising speed of 5.5 knots using the 14 HP Yanmar. She has two cabins, with berths for five, a two-burner Coleman stove and ice refrigerator.

 

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Type: Grampian 30
Name: Muchacha
Donor: Cornelia Bodo-Price

A sloop-rigged fiberglass sailing yacht built in 1971 by Grampian Marine. Boat was re-powered in 1991 with a three-cylinder Isuzu diesel.

 

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Type: McGregor 26S
Name: Dunworkin
Donor: Lance Beaulieu

Built by MacGregor Yachts Corp. in 1995 to a roomy and versatile design, Dunworkin is a value-for-money introduction to yacht ownership. Survey available. 

 

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Type: Newport 30 Mk II
Name: Cantina
Donor: Paul and Germann

Fiberglass sloop, designed by Gary Mull, and built by Capitol Yachts in 1983. Cantina, which has been recently surveyed, is well equipped and in above average condition. She has two cabins, sleeping six, with a hot water shower, three-burner galley stove and refrigerator. She comes equipped with Garmin 188C GPS/chartplotter/depthsounder and VHF radio.

 

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Type: Martin 242
Name: S-Cargo
Donor: Thomas Sitar

Fiberglass-built 24-foot racing boat, designed by Vancouver’s Don Martin and built by Martin Yachts in 1984. This is a lightweight, highly maneuverable boat, built for speed with a tall fractional rig and a huge main sail. Inside, she has one cabin with berths for four. A four hp. four stroke Yamaha outboard, installed 2004, will power her at a five knots cruising speed.

 

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Type: Fairbanks 28 Sports Fisherman
Name: Cotman's Rock
Donor: Garth A. Decker, Ladysmith

This 28-ft. sport fisherman cruiser is powerful, and comfortable enough to take you on multi-day tours of the Inside Passage. The beautifully-maintained command bridge cruiser was built by Fairbanks Yachts in 1989. She made of FRP (Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic), has a Deep-V bottom with hard chines and risers, and is powered by Twin 3.7L MerCruiser's Alpha I (140hp each). Generous accommodations include a V-berth, fully-enclosed head, full galley, and a U-shaped double berth/convertible dinette.

 

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Type: 50-ft. steel sloop
Name: Bel Canto
Donor: Jim Oxton

This 50-ft. sloop-rigged cutter was designed by Jim Oxton, who was mentored by Ted Brewer, and comes complete for sailing through the Inside Passage and beyond. She sleeps six in three cabins, has two marine heads and has a galley with a four-burner propane stove and refrigerator with separate freezer. She is equipped with a 150 hp six-cylinder Perkins engine which will cruise at 7.5 knots, complete with a three-plus day fuel tank, and a Polaris inflatable with a 5 hp Mercury outboard.

 

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Type: Wellcraft Sunbridge 26
Name: Seanic Route
Donor: Anonymous

Seanic Route, with a 7.4L engine, is well-powered and ready to go. Built in 1990, she comes complete with radio (VHF radio Standard Horizon 78 Series), sounder (Hondex ) and GPS. Port side and through the cabin door is the main saloon; to port is the sink and galley table with single burner stove and refridgerator.

 

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Type: Fraser 30
Name: Tommy Toot
Donor: Tom Brenner, Nanaimo

Well-maintained Fraser pilothouse with dual-station steering, built in 1980 and extensively modified in 1994. She is powered by a three-cylinder, 24 hp. Perkins FWC diesel, which was installed in 2007 and has 945 hours’ use. Comes complete with two VHF radios, two compasses, GPS and autopilot.

 

 

 

 

Type: Glen-L design
Name: Nekani
Donor: Ken Miller

A Glen L Design Escape inboard/outboard cruiser custom built in 1994/95. The boat is fly bridge cruiser  26 feet long with a modified "V" hull form, shallow keel, chine flats and curved transom stern. Powered by 1994 Outboard Marine Corp V-8 Cobra gasoline engine.

 

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Type: Islander 29
Name: Spree
Donor: Tom Lougheed

A sloop-rigged fiberglass yacht built in 1967 by Islander Yachts. Boat was repowered in 1990 with a Universal Diesel. Has a furling headsail and comes with a spinnaker.

 

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Type: Philbrooks 62
Name: Starfire
Donor: James Angus

Starfire exemplifies William Garden's talent in designing unique yet extremely capable yachts, ideally suited for cruising the Pacific Northwest. Starfire is an entertainer's delight - offering spacious living inside and out. The vessel was built of double diagonal mahogany planking by Philbrooks Shipyard, one of BC's premier yacht builders, and features three staterooms and three heads.

 

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Type: 2009 Bartender 19 with trailer
Name: Rascal
Donor: Western Mariner Magazine

Rascal is a 19-foot Bartender runabout, built by Bartender Boats. She is equipped with a 2009 50hp Honda outboard, and has been dry-stored on trailer when not in use. The trailer is included. The interior incorporates stowage under the foredeck, with helm to starboard and a passenger seat to port. Engine access as well as additional passenger seating are located aft, as well as more storage space.

 

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Type: Custom 42' Troller
Name: Ballena
Donor: Robert Peck & William Ovalle

This is a 42-foot trawler, designed by Bill Garden and built by James Goodall Shipyard in 1962. She has a cedar hull with mahogany transom and is powered by an efficient and reliable Detroit In-line 6-71N diesel engine. The galley has a portable alcohol stovetop, as well as a diesel Dickenson stove top with oven and a large Norcold refrigerator.

 

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Type: Bayfield 25
Name: Gandalf
Donor: Drew Gilles

This 25-foot sloop-rigged Bayfield was built in 1980 – and surveyed, hauled and painted July/August, 2012. She has two cabins, with berths for four, and a two-burner alcohol galley stove. She is powered by an 8 hp. Yanmar diesel, and fitted with a VHF radio and compass and portable boarding ladder.

 

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Type: Bayliner 3888
Name: Sea Quester II
Donor: Jean Katona

This is a practical and comfortable boat. With her fiberglass, soft chine hull, command bridge layout and twin steering stations, she is built for comfortable cruising. The twin Hino engines are easily accessible from the cockpit via separate door and hatches. The galley consists of a three-burner propane stove with oven, microwave, hot & cold pressurized water system and an electric Norcold refrigerator. She comes equipped with two compasses, Sitex radar, Magellan navigator and US Marine 2CD5000, Standard and President VHF and Eagle Ultra II depth sounder.

 

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Type: Islander 36
Name: Solace
Donor: Norman & Leanne Seabrook

Fiberglass sloop rig, built 1972 by Islander Yachts. Solace has 612 sq. ft. of sail area, and an inboard 50 hp Perkins diesel under which she will cruise at 6.5 knots. She sleeps three in a v-berth arrangement, and has a three-burner propane galley stove with oven. All the electronics are present and working ready for exploration of the BC coast: Uniden VHF radio, compass, Horizon depthsounder, Horizon knotmeter/log, Horizon wind speed/direction, Autohelm St4000 autopilot and JRC 1500 radar. December 2012 survey available.

 

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Type: Bayliner 2755
Donor: Wallace Murray

This practical, comfortable and affordable fiberglass monohull boat was built in 1990 and offers a great layout at an affordable price. She comes with a 7.4L MerCruiser inboard engine, head with shower, full galley, and sleeps four comfortably.

 

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Type: Sun 838
Name: Hot Chocolate
Donor: John Howard

A production-built fibreglass sloop, built in 1980 by Spencer Boat Works. She is diesel powered with BUKH Model DV10 engine.

 

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Type: Uniflite 32 Flybridge Sedan

Name: Summer Games III
Donor: Bruce & Lois Buchanan

A well-built flybridge sedan cruiser from 1975 with upper and lower helm stations. Designed with family cruising in mind – with generous cabins and cockpit space, and a flybridge with the helm forward and lounge seating aft. The construction quality is above average, which attests to her reputation and durability. Powered by twin 270hp Crusaders with V-drives, cruising speed is 18-19 knots at 3000 rpm, perfect for our West Coast waters.

 

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Type: C&C 27
Name: Diana
Donor: Diane Fast

This is a C&C 27 fibreglass sailing sloop, manufactured in 1972, with two cabins and berths for five. She is powered by an 18 hp, two-cylinder Yanmar diesel, which was installed in 1997.

 

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Type: Grand Mariner 36
Name: Pegasus
Donor: Peter & Gail Krivel-Zacks


Pegasus, built 1978, is a comfortable and economical cruiser with many recent upgrades. This is 36 ft Grand Mariner, with beautiful wood exterior accent and plush leather interior settee. She has a tri-cabin layout, with two heads, which provides ample space for two couples or a family. Recent upgrades and full service.

 

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TYPE: Ericson 29

Name: Restless

DONOR: Bill Boyd

Sloop-rigged 29-ft fiberglass sailboat, made in 1978 by Ericson Yachts. There are two cabins, with berths for four, a Force 10 propane heater and Force 10 two-burner galley with broiler. She is powered by a 16 hp. 2 cyl. Yanmar FWC diesel, which was installed in 1989 (with approx. 800 hours’ use) and will cruise under power at 5 knots.

 

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Type: Monaro EXL 24 Cuddy Cruiser
Name: Muirgen
Donor: Julian Craddock

A Monaro EXL 24 Cuddy Cruiser, built in 2005. She is a compact cruising/fishing boat with a Volvo Penta diesel motor (with only 100 hours use). A practical boat for trailering, and with a very fuel-efficient hull shape that makes for economical distant cruising. 

   

TYPE: Hobie 16 SE

DONOR: Michael Atkin

A like-new 2011 16-foot Hobie Cat with the SE package including EPO Carbon rudder blades,5: 1 downhaul and Comptip mast. Cat Trax and a galvanized steel road trailer.

 

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Type: Catalina 30
Name: Lucille
Donor: Dr. Carl Wiebe

Thirty-foot sloop, built in 1981, with a retro-fitted two-cylinder gasoline inboard engine. Complete with VHF radio, GPS, depth sounder, heater, fridge and stove. Price includes Titan inflatable with 4 hp. Yamaha outboard.

 

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Type: Kelt 7.60
Donor: Steve Mc Collum

A slooped-rigged, 25-foot sailing yacht of fibreglass construction built by Kelt Marine in 1982. She is powered by a Yamaha 9.9 HP outboard. An April 2011 survey is available.

 

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Type: Sea Ray SRV310
Name: Reel Magic
Donor: Frank Rhodes


The boat was built in 1983 by Sea Ray Boats of Florida. The vessel has a command bridge and is powered by twin Mercury 454 cubic inch V8 inboard gasoline engines. The boat is in exceptional condition and has been boathouse kept. Significant upgrading and refurbishing has been done recently. Complete records with all receipts available.

 

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Type: Kelt 7.60
Donor: Ray Maurice

A slooped-rigged, 25-foot sailing yacht of fibreglass construction built by Kelt Marine in 1982. She is powered by a Yamaha 9.9 HP outboard.

 

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Type: C&C 27
Name: Diana
Donor: Diane Fast

This is a C&C 27 fibre glass sailing sloop manufactured in 1972, with two cabins and berths for five. She is powered by an 18 hp, two-cylinder Yanmar diesel, which was installed in 1997.

 

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Type: Seabird 37
Name: Gypsy Lady
Donor: Henry Wickham

A sloop-rigged fibre glass motor sailor built in 1981 by Cooper Yachts. Powered by four-cylinder Perkins diesel and a Suzuki 25 HP outboard on the transom. Has both a bow and a stern thruster.

 

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Type: CHB 41
Name: Hans Matthias
Donor: John Olsen

This is a Fiberglass motoryacht Built by Chung Hwa Boat Building (CHB) in 1981. Desirable Tri Cabin Layout with a large island queen-sized bed in the aft stateroom and enclosed head with shower tub-off the master stateroom. Powered by a pair of Dependable 120 Hp Ford Lehman diesels.

 

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Type: Cooper Banner 32
Name: Shepherd
Donor: Chris and Toni Brown

A sloop-rigged fibreglass sailboat built by Cooper Yachts in 1984. She is diesel powered, with a two-cylinder Volvo.

 

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Type: Hatteras 42
Name:Foxhound
Donor: John & Evelyn Long

Foxhound is powered by dependable 903 Cummins diesels. Recently serviced, she can cruise comfortably at 15-17 knots. This is a two-stateroom galley-down layout with a custom hardtop and enclosure, by Philbrooks shipyard. This is an exceptional vessel available now at a fraction of replacement cost.

 

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Type: Carver Montego
Name: Celebration
Donor: Del Eyre and Ruth Grant

A 29- foot fibreglass motor yacht built by Carver in1988, Celebration is powered by twin four-cylinder Mercruiser 3.7 LX. A recent survey is available, indicating  a vessel that is in better than average condition.

 

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Type: Barrie Farrell Boats command bridge cruiser
Name: Amanzi
Donor: John WIllcox (Halfmoon Bay)

Amanzi is a robustly constructed production model command bridge cruiser of fibreglass construction throughout, built in 1985. She is powered by an International model Star Power 444TD turbo charged aftercooled 7.3 V-8 marine diesel with fresh water cooling. Power is transmitted through a Borg Warner 2:1 reduction V-Drive.Comes complete with dinghy and 9.9 HP outboard. Recent survey available.

 

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Type: Sea Ray Sundancer 270
Name: Cloud Nine
Donor: Lorraine Maier

A fibreglass motor yacht built by Sea Ray in 1998. She is powered by 7.4 litre V8 Mercruiser. A current survey is available and the boat can be viewed in Richmond.

 

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Type: Bruce Roberts Design
Name: Rishi
Donor: Dale Skoreyko & Ronda Borchert (Edmonton)

A custom-designed, steel hulled, 34-foot cutter-rigged sailboat built locally in1988. Features Harken roller furling, 150 genoa with Harken winches and Lewmar 1000 windlass. Powered by 2006 52 HP VW Pathfinder marine diesel. Recent out-of-the-water survey available.

 

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Type: Aloha 28
Name: Blue Heron
Donor: David & Inger Thom (Parksville)

A 28-foot sloop rigged fibreglass sailboat built in 1978 by Ouyang Boat Works. A one owner boat that has been well cared for. Has a fresh water cooled 2 cylinder Yanmar diesel.

 

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Type: Ericson 26
Name: Nunki 
Donor: Jon Parkins 

Twenty-six-foot sailboat built by Ericson Yachts in 1985. The boat is powered by a Westebeke  two-cylinder diesel. The boat has been well maintained. A recent survey is available. 

 

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Type: Bayfield 32
Name: Tonyko
Donor: Judith Koote

Tonyko is a production model cutter made of fibreglass. She was built in Clinton, Ontario in 1980. Re-powered in 2005 with a Yanmar 18HP diesel engine. A May 2011 survey is available.

 

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Type: Cal 29
Name: SeaReach
Donor: Keith Brock and Wendy Lim

A popular well-constructed sloop-rigged sailing yacht built by Cal Yachts in 1971. She is powered by a three-cylinder Universal diesel installed in 2005. Recent in-the-water survey available.

 

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Type: Bristol Channel Cutter
Name: Northern Song
Donor: Bill Wheeler (Campbell River)

This a  28-foot cutter rigged sailing yacht of fibreglass construction built in 1981 by Martin Marine. She is full keeled with a transom hung rudder, powered by a 3 cylinder Yanmar diesel installed in 2002. A March 2011 out-of-the-water survey is available.

 

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Type: C&C 27
Name: Paddington
Donor: Joe & Mary Dolchewski

A C&C 27 fibre glass sailing sloop manufactured in 1979. A one-owner boat that has been meticulously cared for. She is powered by a fresh watered cooled Atomic 4. Standing rigging replaced in 2007.

 

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Type: C&C 27
Name: Trincomali
Donor: Stephen Tupper

A slooped, rigged sailing yacht of fiberglass construction built by C&C Yachts in 1973. Auxiliary propulsion by inboard diesel engine recently serviced with a new head installed. Comes with an inflatable and kayak. An out of the water survey was recently completed and boat was found in good shape for its age and no significant issues were identified.

 

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Type: Herreshoff 50
Name: Spirit of Freedom
Donor: Michael Deering

Spirit of Freedom is a ketch rig sailing yacht of fiberglass construction designed by famed naval architect, Nathanael Herreshoff. She was built in 1979 by D. Cheng Boat Works of Hong Kong. The yacht is of center cockpit design having a clipper bow, round bilge hull form and transom stern. She is powered by 6 cylinder Perkins diesel model 6354. Recent survey available.

   

Type: Hinterhoeller 25
Donor: Murray Isaac

This Hintoholer 25 was built in 1974. Currently in the water at Northern Harbour, Kenora, Ontario.

 

 

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Type: Fairliner 32
Name: Lazy Daze
Donor: Andy Silvester

This Fairliner 32 was built in 1974. Standard features on the 4230 Command Bridge model - web-cor construction, cabin pilot seat, twin bridge sleeper seats, sleeping accommodation for six in the cabin. Powered by 351 Fords with 300 hours.

   

Type: Ontario 28
Name: Adventure II
Donor: John Auersperg

Sailboat was built in 1978 by Ontario Yachts. Owned by the donor since 1984. She is a sloop rigged sailing yacht of fibre glass construction with a moderate fin keel and spade type rudder. Main, 130 jib with roller furling and spinnaker. Older inflatable. Dodger. One cylinder Yanmar. Recent survey available.

 

 

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Type: Hunter 310
Name: Largo III
Donor: Charles and Francine Mignault (Quebec)

Boat was built in 1997 by Hunter Marine Corp, Florida and sold new to the donor in 1998. Boat has been sailed in Caribbean for 2-3 months per year since 1998 and kept on the hard in Road Town, BVI. Boat is excellent condition. July 2010 survey available. Extensive list on additional equipment included- force 10 BBQ, Yamaha 4HP outboard engine, dinghy, 700 watt inverter , cookware utensils and dishes.

 

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Type: Boston Whaler 180 Ventura 2005
Donor: Joseph Jarvis

This is a production model runabout of fiberglass construction throughout, having a raked stem, hard chines to modified V-hull with transom stern. She is equipped Mercury model 130XL Optimax two stroke motor and a Mercury 9.9 auxiliary outboard. The boat is offered complete with road trailer.

 

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Type: Ontario 32
Name: Skye III
Donor: Jean Williams

This Ontario 32 was built in 1981 by Ontario Yachts Company. She is a production model sloop of fiberglass construction and has a fin keel, wheel steering and spade rudder. New cabin windows in 2009 as well as new shrouds. Has a Yanmar 15HP diesel engine. Available for viewing on the hard at Harbour Yacht Sales in West Vancouver.

   

Type: Spencer 35
NAME: Seawyf
Donor: Larry Lafave

Seawyf is a sloop rigged sailing yacht, built by Spencer Yachts in 1962. She is an aft cockpit design having a spoon bow, round bilge hull form and transom stern on counter. Available for viewing in Fisherman’s Cove West Vancouver.

 

 
 

Type: Vancouver 25
Donor: Peter Sabiston

This Vancouver 25 was built by Taiwan Overseas in 1984 and designed by Robert Harris, It is a very staunchly built full keeled sailing craft suitable for long range passage making. She is power by a single cylinder Yanmar diesel engine.

   

Type: Trojan 36
Name: Bangarang
Donor: Ron Gerrard

One of the most popular production boats ever designed, the Trojan 36 Convertible is an affordable-blend of traditional styling, comfortable accommodations, and good all-around performance with twin 454 Crusader engines. Outside, the cockpit is big enough for some light-tackle fishing, and the tournament-style flybridge provides seating for up to five. She has always been professionally serviced and maintained by a meticulous owner. A very clean and well upgraded version of this popular boat. The engine compartment is in ship shape and clean.

 
 

Type: HullMaster 27
Name: Meridian Blu
Donor: Paul Geistdorfer

Meridian Blu is a robustly constructed cruising masthead sloop of fibreglass construction throughout having a raked stem, round bilges to a modified full keel with skeg hung spade rudder and transom stern. Tubular stainless steel bow and stern pulpits. Powered by a YANMAR model 2 GM. Recent survey April 2009 available.

   

Type: Spencer 44
Name: Karina
Donor: Patrick Brownsword

Karina is full keel cutter rigged FRP production cruising sailing yacht, built in 1971. She has a center cockpit and an aft owner’s stateroom. Accommodation for seven. Currently moored in False Creek with assumable moorage.

 

 
 

Type: Tollycraft 34' Sedan
Name: Sea Joy
Donor: David Beilhartz

Sea Joy was designed by Ed Monk and built in 1973, with a complete refit in 1993, including updated floor plan, rebuilt engines and V drives, new fuel and water tanks, all new galley, etc. In 2002 a new custom bridge enclosure was installed. The boat is clean, well equipped and runs great. She is powered twin gas Chrysler 318's.

   

Type: Olson 30
Name: Goshawk
Donor: Sally Holden

The boat was designed by George Olson at Pacific Boats in Santa Cruz, Calif., over 30 years ago with then-revolutionary ultra light displacement boat (ULDB) fiberglass construction. Fast and maneuverable, the Olson 30 sailboat is known nationally and internationally for winning in tough ocean races against boats 10 and 20 feet longer. Goshawk come equipped with a main, three foresails- staysail, 100 per cent and 150 per cent genoa and two spinnakers. Rod rigging and double Harken Racing foil forestay. She is powered with Yamaha 8HP outboard.

 
 

Type: Uniflite 25 motor yacht
Name: Second Wind
Donor: John Macek

Second Wind is a 25-foot production-built motor yacht of GRP-sheathed traditional wood construction. She was built in 1961. Currently powered with twin V-6 gasoline engines through conventional out drives. Main cabin contains V berth settee, port side head, starboard side galley sink. She has a canvass enclosed bridge.

   

Type: MacGregor 26D
Name: Wellington
Donor: Tony and Kelly Bosello

This 26-foot fibre glass MacGregor was built in 1989. Comes with 2004 Honda 8HP outboard and a road trailer. She has water ballast, vee berth forward, enclosed head, galley and settee,double berth under the cockpit. Equipped with Autohelm 1000, two burner propane stove, headsail furler, genoa, main and spinaker.

 
 

Type: Viking 34T (1975)
Name: Ultimatum
Donor: Gary Rhode

A sloop rigged sailing yacht of fibreglas construction built by Ontario Yachts. The yacht is of the aft cockpit design having a raked stem, round bilge hull form and transom stern on counter. Powered by an Atomic four gasoline engine.

   

Type: Chris Craft 32
Name: Escape
Donor: John Gates

32 foot Chris Craft Express Cruiser built in 1965. Planked mahogany construction with twin V-8 engines. Canvass covered cockpit that can be totally enclosed. Below deck there is a private vee berth/cabin forward, a large main salon with a dinette that converts to a double berth portside with a large settee to starboard, a full galley and an enclosed private head. VHF radio, radar, Loran, depth/fish finder.

 
 

Type: Yamaha 25
Name: Carpe Diem
Donor: James Bennie

This Yamaha 25 was built in 1980 and has been well maintained by the previous owner. She is ready to sail away. Comes complete with eight-foot Zodiac AX-$ inflatable with a 2HP outboard, autohelm, GPS, depth sounder, fold down swim ladder, two anchors a propane rail-mounted barbecue and shore power cord. The boat itself has one cylinder Yanmar diesel, semi private head with holding tank, galley, Vee berth and two quarter berths.

 

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Type: Crown 28 CB Sedan power boat
Name: Deco Madness
Donor: Christian Schmidt

Twenty-eight foot fibreglas boat powered with rebuilt ( 2006) Ford 451 CID V8 with a Borg Warner V-drive. Fridge, stove,oven, holding tanks. Make a great dive boat.

 

 
 

Type: Santana 30
Name: Kudos
Donor: John Steensma

This Santana 30 is exceptionally clean and well maintained. It is production-built, of moulded GRP in 1978 as a masthead sloop. Powered by a two-cylinder diesel. Interior layout consists of Vee berth forward, main cabin with an enclosed head, settee and quarter berth to port, settee and galley on the starboard side. Comes with a depth sounder, GPS, stereo and knot meter.

   

Type: Kirby 30
Name: Cracker Jack
Donor: Peter Mitchell

A 30-foot racer/cruiser from Bruce Kirby, noted designer of the Laser. Great for club racing and weekend cruising. Seven sails, new #1 Genoa 2006, tall rig installed 1995, new cushions 2006. BMW D7 inboard, four bunks, nav station, head. Built in 1981. Current survey available

 

 

 

Type: Islander 30 Bahama
Name: Dreamer
Donor: Joseph Paine, Vancouver

Dreamer was built by Islander Yachts in 1978. She is a 30-foot white fibreglass sloop with auxiliary power supplied by an inboard four cylinder Atomic 4 gasoline engine. Sail inventory includes a main, furling headsail and a spinnaker. The yacht is of the aft cockpit design with with wheel steering having a raked stem, round bilge hull form and transom stern, The aluminium mast is stepped on the deck. Boat comes with dinghy ( Walker Bay RID 8'3') with a Yamaha 4HP outboard

   

Type: Niagara 31
Name: Anix III
Donor: Susan Myerscough, Saanichton BC

Anix III was built in 1983 by Hinterholler Yachts and designed by German Freres. This fiber glass sloop has been well maintained. The standing rigging has all been replaced in the last three years. The sails are vitually new and include a main and 135 per cent genoa. An attractive clean interior with little wear showing. Vee Berth forward with accommodation in the salon for three more. Head with shower pan aft of the vee berth and dinette to port and single settee to stbd. Galley has two burner gimbled stove, sink and ice box. Boat is powered with Westerbeke 3 cylinder diesel.

 
 

Type: Seaborn 45
Name: Penelakut
Donor: Robert Ross

A 45-foot custom-built sloop. A Ben Seaborn design, locally built (1959) with a strip plank mahogany hull, Harken Headsail furling system, mainsail Merriman roller reef. Seven sails. Auxiliary power- Nissan 4 cylinder diesel. Chart plotter, autopilot, depth sounder, 6 man inflatable raft, refrigeration, furnace. Double state room, v- berth, and quarter berths.

 

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Type: Catalina 30
Name: Summer Place
Donor: Donald & Rachel DeGaust, Delta BC

Twenty eight foot sloop with a four cylinder gasoline inboard engine. Complete with VHF radio,depth sounder, heater, a fridge, stove, dishes. Well maintained and ready to sailaway

 
 

Type: 20' Goman Express sailboat
Name: <not available>
Donor: Michael Perkins, Vancouver BC

Twenty foot fiberglass fractional rigged sailboat with a fin keel complete a main sail, 2 jibs and spinaker. A Honda 5HP outboard. All in good condition.

   

Type: Farr 727 Sailboat
Name: <not available>
Donor: Ahmad Nicksalehi

Twenty-four foot sailboat ,great starter boat. Good racer/ cruiser. Main and jib. Powered by a Honda 100 outboard.

 

 
 

Type: Whitehall Westcoast Rowboat
Donor: Steve Granger

Whitehall Westcoast Rowboat (2003) 11.6 feet complete with leather collared spoon oars & a dolly. Great condition. Replacement cost $9500.

   

Type: 28' Bayliner Victoria (1979) motor boat
Name: Spindrift
Donor: Warren & Susan Penner, Vancouver BC

Twenty-eight foot fiberglass cabin cruiser with an eight-foot dinghy with a Honda four cycle 2 hp motor. Updated interior, 4 seats upstairs, fridge, stove - either alcohol or electric, VHF radio and depth sounder. Offered as a project boat that will attract the boating handyman who can improve and replace items to enhance the boat's appearance and value.

 

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Type: 1975 Bayfield 25
Name: True Love
Donor: Tom McFarlane and Brenda Briggs, Vancouver, BC

This is a production built sloop rigged sailing yacht of fiberglass construction throughout, having a curved stem, round bilges to a full keel, attached rudder and transom stern. The decks consist of a bowsprit forward followed by a short foredeck, raised trunk cabin and side decks leading to the open aft cockpit.

Below deck there is a chain locker forward followed by the foc's'le cabin with V-berth with head beneath the starboard berth. Next aft is the main saloon with galley to port and followed by a longitudinal settee followed by the galley. Opposite to starboard is a convertible dinette/berth. The machinery space is located aft the companionway steps which lead to the open aft cockpit. Auxiliary propulsion is also available by an outboard engine fitted to a transom mounted bracket.

   

Type: Cooper 416 pilothouse cruising sloop
Name: La Brisa
Donor: Willem Van Leeuwan, Vancouver, BC

1979 Cooper 416 pilothouse cruising fibre glass sloop. Auxiliary power Perkins 50HP inboard diesel. Accommodations below deck comprise of a double bunk stateroom forward, a head with shower/tub. Portside settee opposite a U- dinette/lounge. Galley with lower helm. Owner's stateroom aft with double berth and a single berth aft.

 

 

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Type: 1973 Martin 29
Name: Medina
Donor: John Peterson, White Rock, BC
and Wayne Hilts, Vancouver, BC

Medina is a 28-½ foot auxiliary sailing yacht, production built and moulded GRP in 1973 by Martin Yachts and currently rigged and the masthead sloop with a two cylinder diesel engine as auxiliary. The hull has a raked bow, round bilges and transom stern. The layout of the interior consists of the chain locker and V berth forward, followed by the main cabin with the galley and quarter berth on the starboard side, and enclosed head, settee and quarter berth to port and access to the machinery space behind the companionway ladder.

 

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Type: 1977 Hunter 27 sloop
Name: Hephzibah
Donor: Steve Buckton, Vancouver, BC

This is a molded fiberglass racing/cruising sloop built by a well-known manufacturer with a full molded fiberglass hull liner; teak laminate salon bulkheads, melamine surfaced cabinetry, teak trim, gel coat soles and headliner and fabric upholstery.

There is a chain locker and Vee berth forward with a vanity to port and a head to starboard in the private foc’sle; settee berth and galley to starboard aft; centre drop table; settee berth cupboard and quarter berth to port aft; steps over the engine to the cockpit with port and starboard seats. The starboard seat has a deep locker.

 
 

Type: 1973 Cal 25
Name: <unnamed>
Donor: Robert Salusbury, Delta, BC

This is a production model of fiberglass construction throughout having a raked stem, round bilges to a fin keel, spade rudder and transom stern. The decks are flush with a foc’s’le escape hatch forward. The cockpit consists of steering tiller and port and starboard seats with stowage below. Below decks there is chain storage in the forepeak followed by the foc’s’le with V-berth. Next aft to port is the heads compartment and to starboard, a hanging locker. The main cabin is next consisting of the galley to port and settee to starboard. From the main cabin, steps lead up to the cockpit via drop boards and a sliding hatch. The auxiliary engine, a Honda 9.9 horsepower outboard motor, is mounted on the transom.

 

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Type: 1969 Coronado 34
Name: Ahmic
Donor: Douglas Courtemanche

Ahmic is a production built sloop rigged sailing yacht of fiberglass construction throughout having a raked stem, round bilges to a modified fin keel, spade rudder and transom stern. The decks comprise of a short foredeck followed by the raised trunk cabin and side decks leading to the open aft cockpit. Below decks there is a chain locker forward followed by the v-berth with enclosed head to port and hanging locker opposite to starboard. Next aft is the main salon with fore and aft settee/dinette to starboard followed by the galley. Opposite to port is a longitudinal settee followed by the navigation station/built-in icebox and aft quarter berth. The machinery space is directly abaft the companionway steps which lead to the open aft cockpit.

 
 

Type: 1976 Catalina 27
Name: Harvest Moon
Donor: Dennis Kucheron, Alberta

Harvest Moon is a molded fiberglass sloop by the firm of Catalina Yachts, Woodland Hills, California which was built in 1976 and bears the following dimensions: Length of 26’ 9 “ with a beam of 8’ 10” and an estimated draft of 4’. Vessel is sloop rigged and is fitted with a 9.9 Evinrude outboard engine which is estimated as a 1987 model. Hull is of molded fiberglass with molded and cored fiberglass weather decks and superstructure set over hull and through fastened at sheerline. Vessel is fitted with a single standard 12 volt battery with wiring of plastic on copper. Single Catalina panel fitted with six switched glass fused circuits.

 

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Type: CAL 28 sloop
Name: Brabant
Donor: Adrian Verhiel

"Brabant" is a production model sloop all fiberglass construction throughout having a raked stem, round bilges to a fin keel, spade rudder and ransom stern. The decks comprise a foredeck with bow roller followed by the trunk cabin with foc’s’le escape hatch forward, mast installation and main cabin hatch aft. Side decks lead to the open cockpit. The cockpit incorporates passenger seating, steering tiller and lazarette hatch.
Below decks there is a chain locker in the forepeak followed to port by the heads and to starboard by a hanging locker. The main cabin is next aft and consists of the galley to starboard and dinette to port. Aft are port and starboard quarter berths. From the cabin, steps lead up to the cockpit via hinged plastic doors.
The outboard motor is mounted on the transom.

 
 

Type: 1973 Bayliner 20' cuddy cabin cruiser
Name: <unavailable>
Donor: Chuck Baker, Vancouver

Cuddy cabin cruiser of fibreglass construction. LOA 20' 4", Beam 7' 6", Displacement 2,500 lb. Equipment included: VOLVO PENTA 135 H.P. gasoline engine with VOLVO PENTA stern drive, instruments and control cables, rule bilge pump, marine toilet, navigation lights, sound signal, Lowrance flashing depth sounder, ESP VHF radio, 10 lb grapple style anchor with rope and chain, Kenyon 2 burner alcohol cook stove and a trailer with winch.

   

Type: 27' Catalina
Name: Ecotopia
Donor: Evren Kutlubay, West Vancouver

"Ecotopia" is a production model Catalina 27 ft. cruising sloop of fiberglass reinforced plastic construction. The hull is a round bilge displacement form. Auxiliary power is provided by a 9.9 horsepower Honda outboard secured to transom (a new in 2002). There is a Vee Bertha below decks forward with marine head. The salon is amidship fitted with convertible dinette, settee, galley and quarterberth. It is built on a fiberglass liner with wood trim. Overall condition is good. There have been some recent upgrades including outboard, mainsail and electronics.

 

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Type: C & C 39 sloop
Name: Namba
Donor: Alex Forsyth, West Vancouver, BC

"Namba" is a 1972 production model sloop of fiberglass construction throughout having a raked stem, round bilges to a fin keel and transom stern. The decks comprise a foredeck followed by the raised cabin trunk with foc's'le escape hatch forward, ventilation hatches and main cabin access hatch aft. Side decks lead to the open cockpit. The cockpit incorporates the steering pedestal and crew seating with stowage under. Below decks there is a chain locker in the forepeak followed by the foc's'le with sail stowage forward, heads compartment to port and hanging locker to starboard. Next aft is the main cabin with settee followed by the galley and quarter berth to port. To starboard is a settee, chart table and quarter berth. From the main cabin, companionway steps lead up to the cockpit via drop boards and a sliding hatch. The machinery is installed under the cockpit deck with axis behind the companionway steps. Auxiliary power is provided by a YANMAR (s/n 31763) model 3GM30F three cylinder marine diesel engine with freshwater cooling and 12 volt start, capable of producing 30 horsepower.

 

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Type: 1981 24' Command Bridge Cruiser
Name: Globe Trotter
Donor: Bruce Bryan & Trevor Huson, Sechelt

An all GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic) constructed vessel. The engine is fitted under a raised upholstered box at the stern with upholstered locker seats on each side. The cockpit has a canvas cover over, with a bulkhead mount ladder giving access to the command bridge. A Plexiglas door gives access to the main cabin. The enclosed head is to starboard with the galley pack and helm station. A convertible dinette runs along the port side. The vee birth and anchor chain locker are at the very bow. The V8 engine is a 1981 233 H.P. Mercruiser inboard. $8,000.00 worth of repairs and maintenance over the past two years has been documented.

 
 

Type: 1975 C&C 35 Mark II Auxiliary Sloop
Name: <not available>
Donor: Anonymous

Production sloop, rigged sailing yacht of fibreglass construction, raked stem; round bilges to a fin keel; spade rudder and transom stem. The decks comprise of a short fore deck followed by the raised trunk cabin and super structure leading to the open aft cockpit. Below deck, there is a chain locker forward followed by the foc'sle cabin with v-berth and followed by the enclosed head compartment to port and hanging locker/storage space to starboard. Next aft is the main salon with a u-shaped settee/dinette to port followed by the galley. Opposite to starboard is a longitudinal settee followed by the navigation station and starboard aft quarter berth. The machinery space is located abaft the companionway steps which lead to the open aft cockpit.

 

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Type: Islander 17
Name: <unnamed>
Donor: Bill Botham, Royal Vancouver Yacht Club

Production-built open runabout of fibreglass construction, raked stem; hard chine v-hull and transom stem. The decks comprise of a short foredeck followed by the aluminum windshield and side decks leading to the open cockpit. The cockpit is provided with helm station to starboard followed by port and starboard back to back seats which open out to longitudinal "sleeper seats." The MERCURY 3-cylinder 75 H.P. 2 stroke outboard engine is mounted directly to the transom.

 

 

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Type: San Juan 24
Name: Lipsl
Donor: Gary McPhee & Lyn MacKinnon, Vancouver, BC

Lispi is a 1973 production model San Juan 24' performance Sloop of fiberglass reinforced plastic construction throughout having a round bilge light displacement hull with fin keel. Auxiliary power is transom mounted outboard on a bracket.

 

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Type: 1972 San Juan 24
Name: Painkiller
Donor: Don Griffin, North Vancouver, BC
and Paul Mackenzie, Vancouver

Painkiller is a production built sloop rigged sailing yacht of fiberglass construction throughout, having a raked stem, round bilges to a fin keel, spade rudder and transom stern. The decks consist of short foredeck followed by the raised trunk cabin and side decks leading to the open aft cockpit. Below deck there is a chain locker forward followed by the V-berth. Next aft is the main salon with the gallery to starboard by the aft quarter-berth. Opposite to port is a convertible dinette/berth. Companionway steps lead to the open aft cockpit. The auxiliary propulsion is provided by an outboard engine mounted to a starboard motor bracket.

 

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Type: Spencer 47
Name: Porpoise III
Donor: Bill Killam & family, Royal Vancouver Yacht Club

Porpoise III has historical significance to sailing in British Columbia (BC) as a very successful and competitive racing/cruising sailboat. Not only did she win her maiden major race, Victoria to Maui 1968, taking four of the eight trophies offered for the event, but has been extensively used over many years cruising the BC coastline. Porpoise III is a custom built sloop rigged pilothouse sailing yacht of fibreglass construction throughout, having a raked stem, round bilges to a modified fin keel, skeg stepped rudder and transom stern. The decks consist of a flush foredeck with anchor windlass followed by the raised trunk cabin and side decks leading to the large open aft cockpit.

   

Type: J24
Name: Stella
Donor: Mark Glusing, Delta, BC

Stella is a 1979 production model J24 with a balsa cored, glass reinforced plastic hull and portable manual bilge pump. It also contains a FORESPAR tiller extension, v-berth and main salon cushions, a LOOS rigging tension gauge and an outboard motor bracket bolted to the transom. More than 5,200 J24s are currently sailing worldwide. The boats were built under strict one-design class rules which allow very little deviation in the construction of the boat. Each boat is built to exacting specifications, with strong and lasting construction scantlings that allow J24's to remain highly competitive year after year. The majority of J24's racing now are over fifteen years old. J24s have been featured in a variety of regattas around the world: from the North American and Pan American championships to the European and Asia Pacific championships.

 

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Type: Hurley 22
Name: Inchlonaig
Donor: Owen Kennedy, Nanaimo, BC

Inchlonaig was built in 1976. It comes from a make of yacht that was an instant hit the moment production began. Quite aside from her pretty lines -she looks like a 'proper yacht' - solidly built and a good performer. From the outset the Hurley 22 was intended to be raced as well as cruised. The unlikely combination of a long keel and a small spade rudder proved surprisingly effective, and former Hurley owners speak fondly of the little boat's performance and sea kindliness. The boats have proved themselves on long cruises; several 22s have crossed the Atlantic, and at least one has cruised the Pacific.

   

Type: Sun 27 Sloop
Name: Serenade
Donor: Walter Leek, Vancouver

Serenade is a 1978 production model Sun 27 built in the United States. It is built of fiberglass reinforced plastic. The hull is a round bilge fin keel displacement form. Auxiliary power is provided by a Yammer 8 hp marine diesel. On the deck forward there is an anchor locker. Below decks forward is a v-berth followed by head compartment and storage. The salon is amidships with seat, galley, settee and quarterberth. It is pleasantly finished in teak.