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“Cape James” – 115′ FP 47 – $980,000
Cape James. General Douglas McArthur’s signal boat.Historic vessel awaits some work to be done to bring this unique vessel back to her prime condition.
The FP47 (Cape James) was only 125 ft long. It was built originally for the Alaska freight and passenger traffic. The FP47 (Cape James) was also refitted as a communication ship in Sydney, Australia. It had two new diesel generators installed as power units for the electronic equipment which included two American army Morse code transmitters. The original masts had to be re-positioned to counteract the weight of the heavy electrical equipment. However, the calculations were incorrect and the masts leaned forward making the FP47 (Cape James) look like she was moving backwards. The official radio code for the FP47 (Cape James) was “Bedpan”.
There are numerous links to her history available to all interested parties.
THIS VESSEL IS NOT OFFERED FOR SALE TO US RESIDENTS.See full listing page »
“Mascalzone Assai” – 111′ Classic Motor Yacht – 1930 – 3,500,000 EUR
This Classic motor yacht MASCALZONE ASSAI was designed by G.L. Watson and built in 1930 by William Beardmore in Glasgow. This vessel was been refitted between 2002 and 2003. Her interior is wonderfully sophisticated and elegant, the staterooms are furnished in exquisitely classical yachting style and complete with every imaginable comfort. The quality of craftsmanship throughout is excellent and the interior atmosphere is warm and welcoming. The saloon and guest accommodation are fully air-conditioned.See full listing page »
“Sherezade” – 108′ Steel Motor Yacht – 2005 – 990,000 EUR
Construction of SHERAZADE began in December 2003 in a shipyard in Port Said, Egypt. The work was supervised by the Italian owner and captain Renato Marchesan and surveyed by Bureau Veritas. SHERAZADE has cruised the waters of the Red Sea extensively since her launch in 2005. She has been used as a charter vessel (in [...]See full listing page »
“Glenn Geary” – 75′ Newbert & Wallace Sardine Carrier – 1948 – $150,000
GLENN GEARY is one of the last of the classic sardine carriers. She is based on a traditional model of sardine carrier of which few remain today. GLENN GEARY was built by the reputable Newbert & Wallace shipyard in Thomaston, Maine in 1948. Double ended sardine carriers such as GLENN GEARY, built by Newbert & Wallace, are known for their stunning good looks, excellent craftsmanship, superb sea-keeping abilities and reliability as a “good little work boat.” This well known sardine carrier worked the waters of coastal Maine under her original name – JOYCE MARIE. She was built for the famous Stinson Cannery, a herring packing company located in Maine. GLENN GEARY is currently documented and registered as a fishing vessel and was still working up until September of 2007 when her herring career ended. She has since been cleaned out, cleaned up, and refitted at the Boothbay Harbor Shipyard in 2008. To view a 1:40 video of the GLENN GEARY underway at the Boothbay Harbor Shipyard, please visit youtube dot com and search for “Glenn Geary.”See full listing page »
“ELEANOR” 72′ Dutch “Luxemotor” Barge – 1921 – 260,000 EUR SOLD
ELEANOR is a classic luxemotor with beautiful lines and a well-designed interior suited for year-round living aboard and cruising the inland waterways of Europe. Accommodation includes two double bedrooms; a spacious bathroom with full-sized, tiled shower; and a large lounge/dining room with a well-appointed galley. Wood floors, 2+-meter headroom, lots of windows and light throughout. On deck forward is a sundeck with ample seating for al fresco eating and entertaining, with a hatch down to a workshop and storage area below. The large wheelhouse folds down for getting under the low bridges of the Canal du Midi. ELEANOR is a barge that has been well-maintained, surveyed regularly and is centrally moored in the medium-sized French town of Roanne, about 1 hour from Lyon, 4 hours from Paris via TGV. Eleanor is a much-photographed boat, gracing the cover of the Roanne tourist office brochure, as well as the pages of GEO and Fluvial magazines. She’s a grande old dame ready to continue a life of travel and exploration in France and beyond at a civilized, leisurely pace.See full listing page »
“Patience” – 72′ Billings Diesel & Marine Passenger Excursion Vessel – 1982 – $239,000 Sale pending
Documentation Number: 646537 PATIENCE is a United States Coast Guard inspected excursion vessel built for a Hyannis, Massachusetts company in 1982. She is rated to carry 149 passengers. Built on the lines of a 19th century steam ferry, she is a replica of the Hy-Line motor vessel PRUDENCE built in Boothbay Harbor in 1911. PATIENCE [...]See full listing page »
“Mohican” 66′ Consolidated Commuter – 1929 – 800,000 EUR
Built in 1929, MOHICAN is one of these reknown Consolidated commuters. Her knowledgeable and experienced owner, spent six years restoring her, expending considerable time and effort researching and documenting the original specifications for Consolidated generally and MOHICAN specifically. MOHICAN is highly recommended to anyone desiring a pedigreed classic motoryacht that has been restored to her original details. She represents the highest of the development of the classic American commuter yacht. This is a remarkable yacht.See full listing page »
“Pheonix” – 64′ Sparkman & Stephens Consolidated Commuter Yacht – 1937 – $155,000
Phoenix has been trucked across country to a well respected boatyard that specializes in classic yachts on the coast of Maine where she awaits her next owner and the restoration that will give this unique piece of yachting history a new life. The most recent price reduction indicates the current owners desire to sell the boat immediately. All reasonable offers are encouraged!
The Consolidated Shipbuilding of New York City built some of the most famous commuter yachts of the 1920’s and 30’s. These sleek, swift yet elegant vessels were the preferred method of transportation to and from the financial district of Manhattan for the Wall Street magnates and industrialists that resided in the Connecticut and Long Island suburbs. Sparkman & Stephens collaborated with Consolidated on a number of famous Commuters. Phoenix was designed and built for E.E. Dickenson Jr. in 1937.
This is a unique opportunity to own a piece of yachting history.Her owner is keen to sell her in the near futureSee full listing page »
“Fire Island Belle” – 62′ Wheeler Passenger Ferry Conversion – 1948 – $55,000
“Fire Island Belle” is a wooden passenger ferry conversion. She’s had her passenger accommodations removed, and the current owner built an office, a sleeping cabin, a galley, bathroom, and laundry room on the lower deck. A wood working shop has been installed on the main deck, and an enclosed circular staircase connects the main and lower decks. A fine vessel, to be sure, with many recent restorative measures completed in a workmanlike manner. A 2007 survey is available. The owner is willing to do financing on this vessel to a qualified purchaser as well as offer free delivery within the New England area. The boat is sound and ready to go anywhere and the owner is keen to sell her immediately. Wonderful opportunity for a skilled carpenter to live in and work out of.See full listing page »
“Roamer” – 56′ Classic Custom Commuter Yacht – 1930 – $65,000
ROAMER is a 56′ vintage custom commuter yacht which has been partially restored. She has an opulent three-stateroom interior featuring Honduras mahogany panelling, and leaded glass cabinets. The Master Stateroom is forward with a double berth, bath, and private bridge deck access. The dining room graciously accommodates her guests, and features an adjoining bathroom with a ball-and-claw bath tub. Aft of the salon and dining area is the galley, which can accommodate all food preparation needs for an on-board chef. ROAMER has all new wiring and plumbing, tanks, batteries, refrigeration, and more. Her bottom has been redone in kevlar (Cutts method). She will need additional restoration and reinstallation of her motors.
Offered at $110,000. A package deal including completion of the restoration can be negotiated.
Currently located in Georgetown, Maryland.See full listing page »