1960 39' Sparkman & Stephens Yawl "Querencia" $130,000:

A stunning example of this legendary design, "Querencia" is a sister-ship to the famed "Finisterre", three-time winner of the Bermuda to Newport race.   From the drafting board of Sparkman & Stephens Design # 1054, "Querencia" was built in 1960 and underwent an 18 month restoration from the keel up in 2002.  

The 2002 refit was completed by the current owner, a knowledgeable yachtsman, using a hand-picked team of local craftsmen lead by professional shipwright Ed Lamberson and included: new teak covering boards, decks, toe rails and cockpit coamings; a new housetop of Yellow Cedar and canvas; stripping of the hull to bare wood inside and out; refinishing of the hull; reconfiguration of the existing cabinetry and complementing of the same with new Yellow Cedar countertops and ceilings;  a complete up to date Raymarine electronics system was installed and includes radar, chart plotter, sonar, autopilot and VHF;  new sails and sail cover from Schauttauer Sails, Inc. of Seattle; a 40 horsepower Yanmar diesel engine was installed; custom designed panels from Mesolini Glass Studio of Bainbridge Island in the galley and companionway;  leather seat cushions for the main salon;  ultra suede mattress covers;  cabin lights and hardware imported from England.  Her hull is constructed of 1-1/8" teak planks over Yakel frames fastened in bronze. Her floor grid, centerboard, centerboard trunk, and the mast step are bronze.  Spars are Port Orford Cedar and Sitka Spruce.

Throughout this extensive refit,  every effort was made to maintain the integrity of "Querencia's" traditional pedigree.  In 2004 she was re-christened and launched in Port Townsend, Washington.

Since her restoration, "Querencia" has been lovingly and meticulously maintained while being regularly sailed; competing in numerous Swiftsure regattas and wooden boat festivals.  She has been Best in Show twice at the Victoria B.C. wooden boat festival.

"Querencia" is a sublime blend of form and function, maintained in Bristol condition and a rare gem in today's marketplace.

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To view a 5 minute aerial video of this beautiful vessel under full sail please click here.

1930 Classic Stephens Brothers Bridge Deck Motor Cruiser - $235,000

A truly collectible piece of West Coast History with rare Hollywood provenance, ‘Vivienne’ is a rare gem in the world of iconic motor yachts. Boat house kept and professionally restored, her interiors await final fit and finish to the bespoke specifications of her next owners.

Click on the Link below for detailed history, specifications and photographs of this floating piece of artwork:

https://www.yachtworld.com/boats/1930/stephens-brothers-bridge-deck-cruiser-3490497/

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1980 43' Mason Ketch "Serenade" - SOLD!

Gorgeous one-owner, blue water sailing vessel - "Serenade" has graced the ports of the Caribbean, Atlantic, Mediterranean and Baltic before returning safely to her home waters of the Pacific Northwest.

Mason yachts are well known for their quality construction, sea keeping abilities and classic lines - turning heads at every port of call.

Just  hauled with fresh bottom paint and new dripless PSS shaft seal in June 2016; 3 blade Max Prop; a low hour Yanmar installed in 2001; newer main and genoa replaced 2008 and a full complement of off-shore cruising equipment and spare parts combine to make this a tremendous value in a pedigree yacht. 

Lying Bainbridge Island, WA - Contact us for full specifications or to arrange a viewing.

  Serenade - Mason 43 Ketch - Lying bainbridge island, wa: $79,900

Serenade - Mason 43 Ketch - Lying bainbridge island, wa: $79,900

"Kintore" - A Modern Classic - 1995 Bill Garden Pacific Northwest Halibut Schooner - SOLD:

This 37 foot turn-key vessel combines all the charm and character of a true working boat from a bygone era, with all the conveniences of a modern boat.  Built in 1995 by a blue ribbon team of Maine shipwrights and craftsmen, she was shipped to Seattle in 2013 and has been lovingly and meticulously maintained by her current owner, who is a retired tugboat captain and professional mariner.  

"Petrel" - A Stunning 1928 Salmon Troller Conversion - $78,500:

This 42 foot ex-commercial Troller underwent a first class conversion to a lovely cruising vessel a few years ago, and is a rare gem in today's boating world - truly a classic from a bygone era, she exudes the character and charm of a traditional working vessel, yet possesses all the qualities and conveniences one would expect in a modern yacht.  Winner of several local wooden boat festivals and the subject of many articles in classic wooden boat publications over the years, Petrel is a rare opportunity to step in to a unique ownership situation.  Click here to view additional details and photos, or contact us directly to arrange a showing.

 

Immaculate 35' Ketch "Nomad": SOLD!

 A heavily built Ralph WInslow design, shipwright owned ketch, lying Bainbridge Island, WA - constructed of Port orford cedar in coos bay, Oregon by kelly Bros Yard.

A heavily built Ralph WInslow design, shipwright owned ketch, lying Bainbridge Island, WA - constructed of Port orford cedar in coos bay, Oregon by kelly Bros Yard.