Used Yachts for Sale
Bill Tripp designed AURORA to be a successful ocean racing yacht. Built by Brooklin Boat Yard, she performs well around the race course and is also a great sailing yacht.
NASKET was custom built by Brooklin Boat Yard in 1971 to a design by Sam Crocker.
GLEAM is an excellent example of the Landing Schools 26 that has seen much in the way of recent work and is equipped in such a way as to offer her next owners a truly turn-key purchase experience.
SONNY III represents the absolute best in quality by Brooklin Boat Yard, from her high tech, cold molded hull and deck to her sophisticated and simple sail handling systems.
PLEIONE was originally commissioned as an entirely custom design that could compete against the best 8-Metres in the world, but that will no doubt spend most of her life day sailing and coastal cruising.
OTTER is a 1982 Sabre 38 Sloop that recently received a “face lift” before going back into storage.
Designed by Joel White and built Wade Dow (Bridges Point Boat Company) in 2000, MAYA is a one-owner boat that was often used as a “show boat” for prospective BP24 owners.
Crafted by Eric Dow’s Boat Shop (Brooklin, Maine) in 2003, MISS BAXTER is a Haven 12 ½ built using modern cold-molded / wood-epoxy construction techniques.
An especially handsome cutter designed by Winthrop Warner in 1934, UNICORN was well and heavily built in 1980 for a long-term yard operator.
NORTHERN ROSE is a handy double-ended sloop designed by Joel White. The hull was built by James Pearson and construction was completed by Brooklin Boat Yard.
SISYPHUS (Concordia Yawl # 41) is a fine example of the class and Concordia lineage. Over the course of this 44 year ownership SISYPHUS has continually benefitted from care at the best of boatyards in New England and Canada.
NORTH WIND is a Joel White designed and Brooklin Boat Yard built 35′ ketch that has only seen two owners since first built.
PINNACLE is a 1948 Hinckley Sou’Wester 34 Sloop for sale through our brokerage.
The T33 is a custom-built revolutionary work-horse built for extreme maritime operations.
Craig Walters designed SNAP DRAGON for his own personal use and so true to form is a sleek and smooth riding cruising yacht, simple to maintain, economical to operate, quiet underway, comfortable and relaxing at the dock or at anchor.
ZIPPER II (originally named ALTONIA) is the oldest known surviving boat built by the Purdy Boat Company. This classic commuter-style power yacht is an excellent candidate for historic restoration.
RESTLESS is a 1977 cold-molded sloop designed by famed designer Doug Peterson to be his own personal boat to be used for single-handed racing and cruising on the West Coast.
MYSTERY (ex: ASTRID) was built and launched in 2002. She is one of the most recent versions of the Joel White-designed Center Harbor 31s