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18' Alden Marconi Rigged "O"Boat  1982                     

Current Price: $10,000                                                         Hull Material: Cold Molded Cedar

Located in Fairhaven, MA                                                   Engine/Fuel: None

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information

Builder: Landing Boat School, Kennebunkport                  Designer: John Alden

Dimensions

 LOA: 18’ 1"                                    LWL: 15’ 5"                   Beam: 6’ 8"                           Draft: 4" (board down) 

 Displacement: 2,000 lbs                 Centerboard                 Sail Area: 2000 sq. feet         Hull Speed: 5.26 Knots 

 No engine is included

 Owner Description:  "This Alden designed MK II "O" boat was built in 1982 by the Landing Boat School in Kennebunkport, Maine.  This half-decked open-cockpit centerboat classic is cold molded with the West epoxy saturation system, using multiple lalyers of cedar with epoxy/fiberglass coved hull.  The deck is epoxy/Dynel covered.  The coamings, trim and cockpit seats are bright mahogany as are the sitka spruce spars and tiller.  The workmanship is high quality throughout, and the hull and deck are smooth and fair.

"Equpment includes main and jib, boom tent, and set of cockpit cushions, all almost new with just one season's use.  There is also an old set of sails, a paddle, anchor and rode. "

Over 250 of this 1925 classic fractional-rig design were built by the Graves yard in Marblehead and other builders.  They are fast and stable, and some are still being raced today.  She is a great boat for afternoon daysailing, overnight camping, and teaching the grandkids to sail. 

See this site for additional information:  http://www.sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=4274

Please email us for further information and appointment arrangements Please email us at . clarke@ryderclassicyachts.com

Disclaimer: The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice

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16’ Harding Doughdish Gaff- Rigged Sloop 1995                     Boat Name: Water Mark

Current Price: US$24,500                                                         Hull Material: Airex Cored Fiberglass

Located in Marblehead, MA                                                    Engine/Fuel: None

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information

Builder: Bill Harding                                                                Designer: Nathaniel Herreshoff

Dimensions

 LOA: 15’ 10"                                    LWL: 12’ 6"                        Beam: 5’ 10"                           Draft: 2’ 6"

 Displacement: 1,500 lbs                    Ballast: 735 lbs

Engine

 No engine is included

 Cruising Speed: 4.5 Knots                 Max Speed: 4.75 Knots

Tankage

 Fuel: NA                                          Water: NA                          Holding: NA

Created almost a century ago by Nat Herreshoff, the Wizard of Bristol, the Herreshoff 12 ½ is probably the best daysailer (and maybe the best sailboat) ever designed. She is fast, roomy, and seaworthy. In Bristol Harbor, in much larger boats in less than ideal conditions, we have been passed handily by 12 ½’s. We’ve even sailed these boats on a couple of occasions and have found them to be outstanding.

Bill Harding’s construction and outfitting of this great design is terrific and his reputation is well known to builders and sailors alike. Nearly a hundred of these excellent boats have been built.

This particular boat is a cream puff, well cared for by a conscientious owner, who would like to move up to a weekender. This is a really nice boat.

Features:

This beauty has a Triad trailer, oars and oarlocks, lifting rings, a winter cover, a new mooring cover, and a brand new spinnaker. Her halyards and sheets were replaced in 2009, and her main and jib still have a number of season left.

For more information on the H12 ½ , please go here: http://sailboatdata.com/VIEWRECORD.ASP?CLASS_ID=3426

Please email us for further information and appointment arrangements Please email us at . clarke@ryderclassicyachts.com

Disclaimer: The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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25’ Cape Dory Sloop 1974                                                           Boat Name: Whimsy

Current Price: US$3,000                                                              Located in Warwick, RI

Hull Material: Fiberglass                             Engine: Single Gas Inboard

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information

 Builder: Cape Dory                                     Designer: George Stadel

Dimensions

 LOA: 25’                                                     LWL: 18’                            Beam: 7’ 3"

 Displacement 4,000lbs                                 Draft 3’6""                          Ballast: 1,700lbs

Engine

 Mfgr: Vire                                                    Model: Gas                        HP: 8 HP

 Cruising Speed: 5.Knots                               Max Speed: 5.7 KnotsTankage

 Fuel: 12 US Gallons                                     Water: 20 US Gallons        Holding: Porta Pottie

First built by Allied Yacht Company as the Greenwich 24, the Cape Dory 25 is truly a New England classic. Designed by well-known naval architect George Stadel, she has a full keel, long overhangs, and a nice sheerline. This is a great boat for lazy afternoons on Narragansett Bay or a weekend in Block Island. Cape Dory built over 800 of these solid little boats in the 1970's and early 1980's. This particular one has roller furling and a rare inboard engine. She has been well-maintained by a conscientious owner. In his words: A classic boat with classic lines for classic sails.

A mooring in East Greenwich, Rhode Island is available. The owner has a 7' 6" Puffin dinghy which he could also make available. He also recognizes the economic hard times and in the interest of getting his boat sold, will reduce the asking price temporarily by 20%.

Please email us for further information and appointment arrangements.clarke@ryderclassicyachts.com

Disclaimer: The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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32’ Pearson Vanguard 1964                                                    Boat Name: Belletrix

Current Price: US$ 10,000                                                        Located in Warwick, RI

Engine: Single Gas

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information

Builder: Pearson Yachts                                                  Designer: Philip Rhodes

Dimensions

 LOA: 32’                           LWL: 22’ 4"                             Beam: 9’ 3"               Draft 4’ 6"

 Displacement: 10,300 lbs                                                 Ballast: 4,250 lbs

Engine

 Mfgr: Universal                   Model: Atomic Four                  HP: 30

 Cruising Speed: 6 Knots Max                                            Speed: 6.3 Knots

Tankage

 Fuel:                                 Water:                                     Holding:

The Vanguard was designed by the late Phil Rhodes in 1962-63. Once a household name, Rhodes' credits include both the lowly Penguin dinghy, the Rhodes 19, and the 1962 America Cup winner Weatherly, as well as some of the most beautiful ocean racers of the 20th Century. Vanguard was designed to the CCA rule that produced pretty, seaworthy and seakindly offshore yachts. Vanguard is no exception. Pearson Yachts in Portsmouth, Rhode Island built about 400 of these rock-solid boats from 1963 to 1967, just about the time we started our boatbuilding career with Bristol Yachts.

This 1964 Rhodes' classic is about as good as it gets in traditional fiberglass yachts. Recently Awlgripped in British Racing Green, with varnished exterior teak, oversized plain bronze hardware and varnished spruce boom, she is a real headturner.

We are in the process of refitting this vessel. Some items in the refit are not yet completed. Rest assured, they will be so at the time of sale. We are also willing to accept offers at whatever stage the refit is in when you see her.
Please email us for further information and appointment arrangements: clarke@ryderclassicyachts.com

For a list of dimensions and specs, please click on http://sailboatdata.com/VIEWRECORD.ASP?CLASS_ID=1112

Disclaimer: The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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 36' C&C Sloop 1981                                                   Boat Name: Kairos

Current Price: US$25,000                                           Located in Hope Town, Bahamas

Hull Material: Fiberglass                                             Engine: Single Diesel

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information

Builder: C&C                                                              Designer: C&C

Dimensions

LOA: 35’ 8"                                 LWL: 27’ 8"               Beam: 11’ 6"

Displacement: 12,000 lbs             Draft 5’ 11"                Ballast: 5,900 lbs

Engine

 Mfgr: Yanmar Model:                   3QM                         HP: 30

 Cruising Speed: 6 Knots                                              Max Speed: 7 Knots

Tankage

 Fuel: 20 US Gallons                  Water:38 US Gallons   Holding: 20 US Gallons

Her owner has described her condition as overall good and well maintained, but not pristine. Her hull is excellent, with new topside paint in 2002 and a new bottom job in late 2006, and no signs of blistering. The deck is original gelcoat in reasonably good shape. On deck there are new Atkins-Hoyle hatches (2008) and below decks, the engine has been overhauled and painted (2008).

These boats look great and go fast.

This delightful C&C 36 is located in a delightful place: Hope Town, Abaco in the Bahamas. Price has been reduced by $20,000 to $25,000 for quick sale!

Please email us for further information and appointment arrangements.clarke@ryderclassicyachts.com

Disclaimer: The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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42’ Tatoosh Aft Cockpit Sloop 1984                                          Boat Name: Victory

Current Price: US$110,000                                                        Located in Manilla, Philipines

Hull Material: Fiberglass                                                            Engine: Single Diesel

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information

Builder: Tatoosh                                                                        Designer: Bob Perry

Dimensions

 LOA: 42’                                   LWL: 36’ 2"                               Beam: 12’ 9"

 Displacement: 21,258 lbs           Draft 5’ 10"                                Ballast: 8,700 lbs

Engine

 Mfgr: Isuzu Marine                      Model: Diesel                           HP: 35

 Cruising Speed: 7 Knots             Max Speed: 8 Knots

Tankage

 Fuel: 70 US Gallons                  Water: 100 US Gallons             Holding: Yes

Victory is a true bluewater luxury sail yacht with all the comforts of home. She is beautifully appointed with extras you would not normally expect, like several oriental rugs. A special dinghy tender on davits with 2hp outboard motor is included for those exploring beautiful secluded South Sea hideaways. Equipped with superior state-of-the-art navigational equipment and electronics, along with the latest in offshore safety equipment, and a fully furnished galley, Victory is truly a substantial yacht, in sailaway condition.

We know that Manilla in the Philippines could be a long way from where you are. And that you're not going to cross an ocean or two to bring her home. But if you intend to cruise the South Pacific, Victory is strategically located at great jumping off point to some of the nicest cruising grounds in the world. The best part is the owner is willing to sport you to a round-trip economy plane ticket from anywhere if you buy her.

New development: How to own this gorgeous boat for half! Her owner, with a severely restricted schedule, but still loving this boat, has just proposed a time-share arrangement: "Recent developments in my work will be keeping me quite busy the next few years. It will be a shame if Victory is not fully used. While I am willing to seller her outright, if someone is willing to share her ownership, I am also willing to sell half interest in her with all rights and privileges as an owner for half of the year. Of course, the co-owner will likewise share the cost of maintenance and upkeep."

This kind of an arrangement isn't for everyone, but if it fits your situation, it could be a great way to own twice the boat you had in mind.

Please email us for further information and appointment arrangements.clarke@ryderclassicyachts.com

Disclaimer: The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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42’ Spencer Cutter 1970                                                         Boat Name: Wind Chaser

Current Price: US$ 29,5000                                                        Located in Gloucester, VA

Hull Material: Fiberglass                                                         Engine: Single Diesel

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information

Builder: Spencer Boats Ltd.                                                      Designer: John Brandlmayr

Dimensions

 LOA: 42’                                              LWL: 30’                       Beam: 11’4"

 Displacement: 19,000lbs                        Draft 6’                         Ballast: 8,000 lbs

Engine

 Mfgr: Perkins                                       Model: Diesel               HP: 50

 Cruising Speed: 6.5 Knots                   Max Speed: 7.8 Knots

Tankage

 Fuel: 63 US Gallons                             Water: 160 US Gallons  Holding: 15 US Gallons

This attractive 42 footer was built in the early days of the fiberglass revolution by Spencer Boat Works in Canada, headed by then well-known boatbuilder John Brandlmayer. Each boat built by Spencer was built to order and customized to suit the individual owner, who in most cases, was a knowledgeable and experienced sailor. For example, Hal and Margaret Roth were owners of the world famous Spencer 35 "Whisper". The Spencer 42 follows the traditional design plan of the times, featuring beautiful long overhangs and relatively modest beam. The interior layout is typical of the day. Price recently reduced!

Please email us for further information and appointment arrangements.clarke@ryderclassicyachts.com

Disclaimer: The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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47’ Peter Ibold Endurance 47 1983                                         Boat Name: Ceolnamara

Current Price: US$150,000                                                      Located in Solomons, MD

Hull Material: Ferro Concrete                                                 Engine: Single

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Builder: Durban Marine                                                          Designer: Peter Ibold

Dimensions

 LOA: 47’ L                                WL:                                        Beam: 13’

 Displacememt 36,000lbs            Draft 6’ 6"

Engine

 Mfgr: Perkins Diesel                 Model: 4236                             HP: 80 HP

 Cruising Speed: 6.5.Knots Tankage

 Fuel: 86 US Gallons                 Water: 131 US Gallons             Holding: YesI

f your plan is to cruise the western Atlantic, this, well-equipped Peter Ibold motorsailer is ready to go. Of Belgian registry, this strong, comfortable ketch features a master cabin, a v-berth cabin, and a double cabin. The dinette in the main salon is convertible to another double. This is a professionally-built, comfortable blue-water cruiser with the best of equipent. Her decks are teak.

Don't be spooked by the hull construction: as boatbuilders we can tell you that reinforced concrete is one of the strongest, most easily maintained hull building materials available. Ferro-concrete in the right hands is a wonderful material. PRICE REDUCED

Please email us for further information and appointment arrangements.clarke@ryderclassicyachts.com

Disclaimer: The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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65’ Italian 12 Meter 1985                                                        Boat Name: Azzurra II

Current Price: US$200,000                                                     Located in Stockholm, Sweden

Hull Material: Aluminum                                                         Engine: Single Diesel

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information

Builder:                                                                                  Designer: Andrea Vallicelli

Dimensions

 LOA: 65’6"’                                LWL: 35’ 6"’                          Beam: 12’5"

 Displacement lbs                        Draft 8’ 11"                            Ballast: lbs

Engine

 Mfgr: BMW                                Model: Diesel                        HP: 35 HP

 Cruising Speed: 6.Knots under power                                      Max Speed: 12.7 Knots

Tankage

 Fuel: US Gallons                         Water: US Gallons               Holding: US Gallons

This gorgeous Italian 12 meter, Azzura II, built in 1985 for the America cup, is virtually one of a kind. She was drawn by the famed Italian NA Andrea Vallicelli and launched in the Arsenale di Venezia to enormous public attention. Built of aluminum with a winged keel, she was designed for the rough waters off Perth, Australia and has excellent seakeeping abilities. She has probably sailed more miles on her own bottom than any other 12 meter.

But the best part, Azzurra has been converted to a delightful cruising boat, with a beautifully crafted Danish modern interior. She has accommodations for eight, yet her flush decks remain uncluttered, and she has all the look of a race boat. Easy handled by two people, she has two rigs: the original 12 meter rig with long boom and genoa, and a new self-tacking rig with an extremely efficient full roach main. Both use the original mast and rod rigging. The result: a beautiful, easy-to-handle boat that does 12.7 knots over the ground. Her owner writes:

"When we first converted Azzurra to a cruising twelve homeported in Venice, we sailed the Adriatic and Greek waters with our family. After a few years we decided to return to our homeland Scandanavia and to beautiful Baltic summer cruises. We left Venice, rounded the bottom of Italy, passed through the Straits of Gibraltar, and crossed the Bay of Biscay on the way home. All in grand style. Azzzurra is easy to handle and we usually sail in and out of our harbor without our little BMW diesel. Now our sons are growing up, and sailing their own boats, and sadly, my wife and I must do with a smaller vessel...but we admit that the day Assurra leaves port the last time without us on board will be less that a happy day."

Please email us for further information and appointment arrangements.clarke@ryderclassicyachts.com

Disclaimer: The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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34’ Catalina 34 1989                                                                                                  Boat Name: Diadem

Current Price: US $49,750                                                                                       Hull Material: Fiberglass

Located in Newburyport, Massachusetts                                                                    Engine/Fuel: Single Diesel

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information

Builder: Catalina                                                                                                     Designer: Butler

Dimensions

 LOA: 34’                                            LWL: 29’ 10"                                                   Beam: 11’ 9"                                    Draft: 5’7"

 Displacement: 11,950lbs                     Ballast: 5,000 lbs                                            

Engine                                               Mfgr: Universal                     HP: 23                  Model: M-25-XP 

 Cruising Speed: 6.5 Knots                   Max Speed: 7.3 Knots

Tankage

 Fuel: 25 US Gallons                            Water: 65 US Gallons                                      Holding: 20 US Gallons

Features: In the water, in sailaway condition. This boat is extremely well equipped. New Roller Furling, new bow rail, new VHF, low engine RPM’s (2,700 max), no blisters. 

Please email us for further information and appointment arrangements: We can send you a multi-page spec and equipment list.  Included is a 2001 survey, not that recent but helpful.  clarke@ryderclassicyachts.com

Disclaimer: The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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