Welcome to Maritime Funding Association of Maine
& Block Island Maritime Funding!

We are 501C3 non-profits serving as the donation program for many of your favorite maritime charities. Our primary function is funding education programs (K though 12) in the marine sciences, encompassing the disciplines of marine biology, marine ecosystems, fisheries science and the development of traditional marine skills such as navigation, sailing and boat building.

Boats for Sale

Our fleet includes sail boats and power boats to fit every budget. Our charter/sale program makes boat ownership, and philanthropy affordable and easy!

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Newest Boats

1955 Beetle Catboat


The Beetle Cat was named after the Beetle family of New Bedford, MA who originally designed and built the small 12' gaff rigged wooden sailboat for their children in 1921. Famous for their Beetle Whaleboats, they used some of the same mass production techniques that enabled them to build quality whaleboats in record times. With interest growing in the Beetle Cat, and the demise of the whaling industry, the Beetles shifted production to the Beetle Cat boat.  That these boats are still in production today is a testament to the beauty and seaworthiness of this classic design.

This is a lovely example - restored 2010/11 and in great condition.  Ready to sail.  Trailer included. West Bath ME.


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1956 Custom Alden 40


A classic vessel designed by Samuel Brown, a designer at John Alden’s office. Hull is 

carvel planked mahogany, built in Worcester, MA. This cutter has been meticulously 

maintained and upgraded keeping current with gear and electronics. “Yankee Girl”

has been campaigned in many classic yacht races and regattas. 

Interior is cozy featuring a galley with 2 burner stove, saloon with heating stove,

settees and pilot births port and starboard.Forward is a separate head

and cabin with v-berth bunk. Located in Warick, RI



Fuel: 40 Gallons

Fresh Water: 40

 Hull Specifications

Hull material: Carvel planked mahogany
Framing: 2"x2 1/2" oak on 14" centers, oak & bronze floor timbers
Stem & keel: oak, lead ballast
Fastenings: various, bronze wood screws, bolts and drifts
Keel bolt: bronze
Deck: teak over tongue & groove fir, cabin top, Dinyl over tongue & groove fir
Deck beams: 2"x3" oak
Super structure: mahogany, teak trim

Renovations and Repairs

2001 Refastened, port side
2002 Refastened, stbd. side
2004 New furling system
2005 Rebuilt cockpit
2006 New staysail boom
2007 Rudder
2008 New sails, electrical panel replaced
2009 Radar repair, engine remount

Sails and Rigging

Fractional cutter
Standing rigging: 3/16" & 1/4" 1x19 s/s wire
Running rigging: Various, Dacron braid
Jib furling, Hood Seafurl
R.F. Genoa
Staysail, Halsey Lidgard


Autohelm Autopilot
Autohelm wind instruments
Raytheon Tridata depth, speed & log
Navman Chart plotter
Raytheon radar
Standard VHF-FM Radio
7" Wilfred White compass
Batteries, 2 -12 volt


Winches: 6, 2 #31S Enkes, 1 #6, 1 #8 Lewmar, 2 #18 Barient
Anchors: 20-H Danforth, 33# Bruce. Chain: 30' - 5/16", 15' - 5/16"
Rode: 150' -5/8", 150' 5/8" Nylon
Steering, wheel Edson worm gear & yoke to rudder shaft


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1957 Block Island 40

Own a piece of history! SEAL is the first Block Island 40 ever built and she has enjoyed a complete refit at the Pendleton Yard on Isleboro, Maine in 2004. Every system has been removed as well as most of the interior joiner work all being replaced new, along with the engine, many of the winches, tanks, wiring, etc. Literally, she is a new boat in her original 1957 hull as all that was left in the refit was the solid glass hull and deck and some interior joiner work. Available for outright sale.

Located in RI.

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Sleeps up to six comfortably in a Herreshoff Style interior with varnished mahogany trim on painted white flat panels. The cabin sole is varnished teak. Starting forward is the Forward Cabin featuring V-berth with insert and with access to chain locker and line storage. Below the berth there are four drop face lockers and two drawers while above the berth the hull is lined with paneling and there is a stowage shelf. Next aft and to starboard are two generous hanging lockers while opposite to port is the Head featuring Raritan Elect. W.C. plumbed via Y-valve to a holding tank, vanity with stainless steel sink and pressure H&C water, stowage and ensuite shower.

Next aft is the Main Cabin featuring straight settees/transom berth P&S below which there are three large storage drawers on each side and above which there are pilot berths P&S. Below the pilot berths are two long drawers on each side and there are storage lockers and shelves above the pilot berths.

Aft and to port is the Galley which is L-shaped and has excellent storage and counter space, Hillerrange 3 burner gimballed propane stove, across the companionway is the voluminous, stainless lined and well insulated ice box the top of which doubles for additional counter space or chart work.

Excellent natural light and ventilation via seven opening ports and two large hatches. There are also four large fixed ports.

  • AM/FM/CD Stereo with speakers 04'
  • Interior varnish sanded and given 2 coats 2011
  • Interior Ultra Leather upholstery 2010
  • Interior headliner new 2010


All new wiring throughout, new Blue Seas switch panels. The entire electrical system is new throughout in 04'.

12 Volt

  • Switch panel with breakers 04'
  • Link 10 battery monitor 04'
  • 80 amp alternator
  • House and engine start batteries in 2 banks
  • 1 bank 4 AGM Grp 31 batteries 04'
  • 2nd bank 1 AGM grp 31 for eng. start

110 Volt AC

  • Switch panel with breakers 04'
  • 30 amp shore power connection '04
  • 50' 30 amp shore power cord '04
  • Outlets
  • Water heater (also engine supplied) '04
  • Battery charger '04

Sails & Rigging

Aluminum spars, the main is keel stepped and the mizzen is deck stepped. All running rigging is new in '04 and is braided line.

  • New mizzen mast 04'
  • New main & mizzen booms 04'
  • New spinnaker pole 04'
  • Harken RF 04'
  • Harken #48ST 2 speed primaries 04'
  • Harken #32ST 2 speed secondaries 04'
  • Harken (2) #32s and 1 #8 mast mounted for halyards 04'
  • Harken #8 on cabin trunk 04'
  • Full Battened main Pope Sails 04'
  • 135% Genoa older but good cond.
  • 120% RF Genoa Pope Sails 04'
  • Quantum 1.3 oz Drifter 2009
  • Quantum 155% RF Genoa 2009
  • Quantum 120% Genoa 2009
  • Quantum 3/4 oz spinnaker 2009
  • Recent 1.5 oz. spinnaker with sock 2000 or newer
    • Mizzen
    • Mizzen staysail
    • Gennaker Pope Sails 04'
    • Lazy Jacks 04'


All electronics are new 04'. Radar scanner is in a dome and mounts on the Mizzen.

  • Raytheon 4KW Radar
  • Raymarine E80 color Radar/Chart Plotter software updated 2011
  • Raymarine GPS sensor
  • Raymarine ST 4000 Autopilot
  • Standard Horizon Speed/log
  • Standard Horizon Wind Pt. & Speed
  • Raymarine Depth
  • Raymarine VHF with cockpit RAM Mike
  • Rapid fix 406 mhz EPIRB
  • 6" binnacle mount Danforth Constellation compass


Brand new Yanmar '04 showing 465 hours as of 8/15/12 hours turns an 18" x 11" 2 blade prop through a 2.64:1 gear on a 3/4" stainless shaft (also new).

  • Racor fuel filter 04'
  • 2 electric bilge pumps 04'
  • PYI dripless shaft seal 04'
  • Macerator pump 04'
  • Manual bilge pump 04'

Hull & Deck

Originally built by the Beetle Boat Co. this is hull #00. The hull and deck were completely refinished by Morris Yachts in 2004. The hull was Awlgripped white with a blue boot top and cove stripe. On deck the same treatment was given with white Awlgrip on the house and trim areas and tan nonskid on the decks. New toe rails were installed and varnished with ten coats of Epifanes as was the balance of the exterior teak which was all refinished.

  • Bronze centerboard
  • Double stanchions & Lifelines 04'
  • Teak Toe Rails 04'
  • Double stainless bow roller/stem head fitting 04'
  • Lofrans 12V windlass
  • 60 lb CQR anchor with chain rode
  • 2nd chain & 5/8" nylon rode
  • 2 Horseshoe liferings
  • 1 MOB pole with strobe light
  • Lifesling


The yacht was ENTIRELY refitted spring 04' including but not limited to the following: all new exterior finish, new main & mizzen booms, new winches, new genoa RF, new fuel, water, holding tanks, all new plumbing, complete re-wiring, complete interior refinishing with some of the joiner work and panels replaced, new toe rails, new engine, new stanchions and lifelines.



1961 MacKenzie 26 TDA, contact us for price
1961 MacKenzie 26

MacKenzie Cuttyhunk Bass Boat with recent Marine Power gas engine.  Currently in RI.  All survey recommendations being completed - details available on request. 

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1966 Chris Craft 32



32' lapstrake plywood twin inboard powered flybridge cruiser. Open aft cockpit with varnished fir decking. Starboard side ladder leads to the small flybridge.
Vinyl curtains close off the lower enclosed cockpit. The lower cockpit has a galley area to port, dinette to starboard and lower steering station to starboard forward.
The lower cabin has an enclosed head to starboard, hanging locker to port and a private V-berth forward.
This vessel has been well maintained and cared for and is in excellent condition.

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1972 Herreshoff Rozinante



 This boat, the “Rozinante”  was originally commissioned by L. Francis Herreshoff as his personal vessel. The 1972 L. Francis Herreshoff canoe yawl design is regarded by many as the most beautiful lines ever drawn. She has a relatively deep draft of 3’ – 9”, and a large rig to carry clouds of sail. She is known to be an exceptionally sweet sailing vessel. She can be used for extended coastal cruising or day sailing with her snug cabin large enough to sleep 2 people. The large, deep cockpit provides a comfortable secure feeling underway. A boom-tent provides additional accommodations on a clear night. The rig is designed for quick reduction of sail area and various ways to balance the sail plan for tight quarters maneuvering. Lastly, Rozinante can move alonge quite well under the power of oars if the wind should die down.

Located in Boothbay, ME.

General Information:

Sail powered

Tiller steering

Steam bent oak frames 1.5” x 13/8” on 12” centers (some sistered)

Oak rudder with bronze stock

Plank keel made of long leaf yellow pine – same for gripe/lower stem

Clamp and shelf: 2”x 1 1/16” fir clamp with 13/16” x 1” shelf

Fasteners are #12 at garboard and #10 in planking

Decks are laid planking sheathed with canvas

Deck beams are 1” x 1.5”m

Deck layout: low trunk cabin with well cockpit

Rig is traditional box section spruce and mizzen


Dirigo box compass

Rule 200 pump with auto switch

12v battery box and strap

Sitex Mariner VHF

Olin Flare kit

Standing rigging is 1x19 wire with swage terminals

Mainsail, mizzen and jib made by Center Harbor

Ground tackle: 25# yachtsman with 12’ chain to 150’ rode


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1976 Swanson 36



Built in Australia by the Swanson Boat Company for the purpose of competing in the infamous Sydney Hobart Race. “ALCY” was sailed single-handed from Australia to British Columbia in the late 70’s. ALCY has been lavishly refitted with a new engine, rigging and sails in the 90’s with continual upgrades and routine maintenance. ALCY is a proven design that is up to the rigors of blue water cruising.

Engine & Mechanical Systems:

Perkins 4-108 Diesel auxiliary 1998

4 CYL, 50 HP, Fresh water cooled

1280 hours

20 gal fiberglass fuel tank

Sea water intake strainer

Secondary fuel filter

Propane galley stove and oven

Propane Force 10 Cabin heater

Trident gas control panel and solenoid switch

Lewmar electric anchor windlass

Tiller steering

Fresh Water Tanks: 1 Fiberglass (90 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 Fiberglass (20 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 (20 Gallons)
Electrical Equipment:
Electrical Circuit: 12V

Outside Equipment/Extras:
Total Liferaft Capacity: 4
Electric windlass


Number of single berths: 4
Number of double berths: 1
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1

The interior is finished in rare Huon Pine from Tasmania.  A new cabin sole was recently installed and it is a teak and holly vinyl. 

Starting aft, the deck house extends over the cockpit, creating a "hard dodger".  The cockpit seats are lower in this area allowing for getting completely out of the weather but still in the cockpit.

The cabin is entered through a companionway door, but not a sliding hatch, as this is still in the area of the raised deck house.  Port and starboard are quarter berths, and the port side has a chart table over the berth.  The electrical panel is in the area of the starboard berth.

Next forward to port is a proper wet locker.  Continuing forward, the Galley is to Port and a wrap-around settee is to starboard. The dining table drops down to allow the settee to become a double berth.

Forward of the galley is a cupboard of lockers for clothes, food, and other stores. 

To starboard of this locker is the head area which has a marine toilet plumbed to a holding tank and direct overboard discharge option, and a vanity sink and shower.

V-berths are in the forward cabin with open shelves above and storage underneath. 

A large opening hatch is above.

The cabin is light and airy feeing, and has 7 aluminum framed opening ports and two large overhead hatches.  Interior cushions replaced in 2005.



Fresh water system with 90 gallon capacity

Manual pump at a stainless steel sink

Plastimo 2 burner propane stove with oven and broiler

Large stainless steel Ice Box

Numerous lockers for galley gear and stores


Electronics & Navigation:

Raymarine M81130 Linear-drive autopilot

Raymarine ST6001 Smart Pilot controller for above (2003)

Raymarine SL72 Radar (2003)

Raymarine ST40 Bidata knots/depth (2009)

Raymarine ST40 Wind display (2009)

Garmin GPSMap 176 Chartplotter

Raymarine ST40 compass system (2009)

Standard Horizon Eclipse VHF radio (2007)

Schartz barometer and clock


Sails & Rigging:


Storm Trysail

Genoa (2002)

Storm Jib

Cruising Spinnaker (2006)

Profurl roller furling (1997)

Inner stay and halyard for storm jib

Insulated back stay with Sta-lock terminals

4 Anderson self-tailing jib winches in cockpit

3 mast mounted halyard winches


Electrical System:

12 volt electrical system

2 battery banks- 2 12 volt batteries in parallel for house bank

                             2 6 volt batteries in series - engine start

Battery parallel switch

Circuit breaker panel

Lewmar Sprint 1000 Electric Anchor Windlass (2006)

Shur flow washdown pump

Running lights

Numerous cabin lights

Heart Interface Freedom 10 inverter

110 volt Shore Power System

30A Shore Cord

Circuit breaker panel

Battery Charger

Xantrex Link 2000 inverter / charger controller and battery monitor

Ganz GPS-30 solar panel (30 watt) (2013)

Ganz GCC-D10A dual battery charge controller (2013)



45# CQR anchor

180' 3/8" chain

Danforth T3000 anchor

150' 1" anchor rode

Lewmar Sprint 1000 electric windlass

Washdown pump & hose

Viking RescYou 4 person offshore life raft with canister (2005)

          Last serviced in 2013

Lifesling Overboard rescue system

McMurdo Fastfind EPIRB

ACR Rapid Ditch Bag

Handheld VHF and GPS

4 West Marine Sailing Harnesses

4 West Marine 6' teathers

Deck Jack lines

Plastimo sea anchor

Mastwalter cast aluminum mast steps

Platimo bosun's chair

4 Type 1 offshore life jackets

Forespar lightning protector

Radar reflector


Fleming Windvane and accessories

4 Fenders

Forespar Motor Mate outboard lifting arm

Cockpit cushions (2005)


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1977 Catalina 22

1977 Catalina 22 in exceptional condition!

Trailer and outboard included

Interior has new cushions not shown in picture!


Work done in 2014: Tighten up loose deck hardware

Replaced deck core port side

Replaced hose around centerboard cable

Replaced Cockpit drain hoses Remove Knot Finder and Fill holes w/ glass

New Bottom Paint

New Main Sail w/ 2 sets of reef points

New Main Sail Cover

New Roller Furling Genoa 150% (includes white U/V Cover)

New CDI Roller Furler

New Outboard Bracket for 4-stroke Used 2011 9.8hp Tohatsu 4-stroke w/ electric start.


Additional work done 2014...ADD ONS FOR THE 1977 CATALINA:

Place name on boat provided by customer

Install Bow light bracket and reroute wiresVerify Lights on Boat work

Install New Battery NG-24 Deep Cycle w/ core charge and disposal fee

Install New Transom Mount Boarding Ladder

Install Large Center Cleat w/ Bow Chocks

Remove Sink Drain Hose

Change drain hose on cockpit to black hose

Drill hole and install quick disconnect for rudder

Turnbuckle w/ Swivel- Remove Swivel & install new lower shroud

Tighten forestay & adjust rigging

Insert cotter pins

Remove plastic protectors on stays

Update Electrical System w/ New Switch Panel & Volt Meter

Install New Battery Switch

Install GPSMount the 2 fire extinguishers

Install a New Port-a-Potti with Pump out

Install a New bilge pump w/ switch & drain into Cockpit (500gph)

Steel Screws on Traveler need to be replaced w/ Stainless Steel

Remove all unnecessary halyards & Run New main halyard to cockpit

Remove Pennant Halyard

Install Tubular Rader Reflector on mast

Install attachment rings on starboardside for fenders

Install Easy Reef Hardware on boom

Switch around the Exhaust Duct

Take Galley outInstall a Tiller Tie off - tiller tamer with cleats

Install an Anchor Cleat to cockpit opposite side of roller furling LineInstall a new Pendant from new bow cleat to cockpit Anchor cleat

1978 Pearson 35



Very clean and well-maintained.  Ready to go!  Boothbay ME 

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1980 Hunter 27



Excellent condition, yard maintained. Yanmar Diesel engine with less than 100 hours. New winches. Galley with alcohol range, ice box and sink with pressurized fresh water system. Sleeps 4. Private head with sink. 34 gal fresh water tank, 24 gal fuel tank and 10 gal holding tank. VHF radio, knot meter, Raymarine depth sounder and new compass; all three only 2 years old. Must see in person to fully appreciate.  

Located in Boothbay, ME.  Available for outright sale

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1987 Com-Pac 23

The Com-Pac 23 is, by design, a miniaturized version of a larger boat, which is apparent inside as well asout. Berths are not quite as long or wide as in a larger boat, sitting and standing headroom is limited and there is little privacy, but all the essentials are there. There are berths for four and a self-contained toilet between the v-berths. The galley, a sink to port and stove to starboard, are cleverly designed to slide out of the way beneath the cockpit seats when not in use and there is a portable ice chest. There are three opening ports on each side of the cabin trunk, an opening hatch forward plus the companionway for excellent ventilation. When you consider size, accommodations, shallow water capability, quality of construction and cost, the Com-Pac 23 is tough to beat and would be a great little boat for the weekend cruiser or cruising couple forwhom shallow draft ranks near or at the top of the priority list.This is a well-loved example with nice additions such as roller-furling jib. She comes with a sturdy trailer which is totally adequate for the task at hand.  The outboard motor has been regularly serviced and had very little use.  Appraised much higher than the current asking price.  Located in West Bath ME.


LOA                                                       25’          
BEAM                                                   7’10”            
DRAUGHT                                           2’3”            
YEAR                                                   1987           
MODEL                                               Compac 23 des. by Clark Mills        
PLACE BUILT                                     Compac Yachts Hutchins, Clearwater FL      
HULL NUMBER                                  4016687(23)    
DOC/REG NUMBER                           ME 5738 W         
TYPE/RIG                                            Sloop              
DISPLACEMENT                                3000 lbs         
CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL            FRP             
PROPULSION                                     Sail and motor     




1987 Cruisers Inc. Sea Devil 29 TDA, contact us for price
1987 Cruisers Inc. Sea Devil 29

Located in RI.


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1987 Grady White Offshore 24
  • Garmin GPS
  • VHF
  • Battery Switch
  • Padded V-Berth
  • Cushioned Bow
  • Anchor
  • Twin cockpit chairs
  • Rod holders


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1988 Frers 41

“Merlin” is a German Frers design racer/cruiser built by Barry Carroll in Bristol, RI. There were only 23 Frers 41’s built and this is hull No. 1 built in 1988. The vessel is eye catching with flag blue topsides, red boot stripe and grand prix style deck. Merlin has been continually upgraded including new KiwiGrip deck paint in 2014 and a rudder replacement in 2013. The interior is made for comfortable cruising with 6’-3” headroom, large commodious cabins and outboard pilot berths, sleeping a total of eight.



Interior cushions are Ultra Suede blue

Aft cabin to port with large double berth, hanging locker and storage.

Spacious main saloon with port and starboard settees and outboard pilot berths. Port side forward is a bulkhead mounted fold down table. Hanging lockers forward across from head.

Nav station to port and aft facing with large chart table. Above are Raymarine instruments and electrical panel to control 12 volt and 110 volt functions.

L-shape galley is to starboard with double sinks, Tasco CNG 2 burner range and oven, and large 10 sq. ft. icebox with refrigeration. Storage cabinets under deck and cabinet draws.

Aft and to starboard is an additional cabin primarily used for utility storage area. This could be converted into additional sleeping quarters.

Forward is a large enclosed head with spacious shower.

Forepeak is a good-sized double berth with storage and drawers.



Isotherm water heater (2000)

Martec folding prop (2000)

Hot/cold pressure water system

Manual bilge pump in cockpit and below decks in aft cabin

Fresh water foot pumps in galley

Tasco 2 burner CNG stove


Raytheon RH 300 GPS

Raytheon RC 425 Monochrome Chart Plotter

Raymarine C 80 Color Chart Plotter and Radar (2005)

Standard Horizon CP 300 Helm Station Color Chart Plotter

Raymarine ST60 Wind (2000)

Raymarine ST60 Speed (2000)

Raymarine ST60 Depth (2000)

Raymarine ST60 Compass (2000)

Raymarine ST60 Nav Station Repeater (2000)

Icom VHF w/ DSC

Standard Horizon VHF

Jensen Marine Stereo w/ power amp and cockpit speakers

Guest Pro 2620 Dual Bank Battery Charger

Xantrex 12v/110v Inverter


Sails & Rigging:

Piranha Carbon Fiber Mainsail (2012)

Piranha A2 A sail (2011)

Doyle Mainsail squareweave Dacron (2002)

Doyle Heavy #1 (2001)

Piranha Kevlar Med #1 (2001)

Schurr Sails Kevlar #3 genoa

North Tri-radial A sail

All high tech, T-900, Endura, Vectran running rigging

All new Dyneema Runners and checkstays (2012)

Hall boom retrofit 10% longer (2012)

Bow sprit (2011)

Gartheur 6/1 mainsheet system (2008) 3 speed Lewmar primary winches


Additional upgrades:

Deck refinished with KiwiGrip (2014)

New Rudder (2013)

Headliners (2012)

Interior Lights (2011)

Engine start battery group 31 (2012)

2 house batteries 6-volt (2010)

Tri color masthead light

New fuel system including tank and pumps

Rebuilt hydraulic system for backstay

New interior cushions in ultra suede (2008)

Hood dodger (2001)


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1990 Motorsailer 29


  • 30’ length
  • 10 ft beam
  • 4’ draft
  • 45 lb CQR with 200 feet of Acco G-4 High Test chain
  • 25 lb CQR with 200 feet of line and 20’ chain
  • Lewmar Sprint 600 chain electric windlass
  • Electric rope windlass
  • Jib and Mainsail with cover
  • Lewmar winches
  • Remote controlled spotlight and horn
  • (2) solar panels
  • Wind generator
  • (3) deep cycle wet cell batteries with nano-pulsors
  • Inverter
  • Toilet with holding tank with deck pump-out and overboard macerator pump
  • Kenyon alcohol/electric stove
  • Norcold electric refrigerator 
  • Water tank
  • Emergency gusher hand pump
  • Depth Sounder
  • Icom ship to shore radio
  • Radar, Raymarine
  • Fog auto horn system
  • CD/Radio sound system with antenna splitter
  • 2006 9.9 Honda 1501105
  • 2006 9.9 Honda 1501106
  • Edson bronze steering wheel



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1991 Bristol Channel Cutter 29



Designed by Lyle Hess, built by Sam Morse – purpose built for blue water voyaging. Well known for it’s ruggedness, practicality and surprising turn of performance. The overall design is traditional with long bowsprit forward, bumpkin aft, a long full keel and wide beam allows her to carry an immense amount of sail.

The interior layout is thoughtfully designed down to smallest details. A well- appointed galley to starboard, a pilot berth to port. Saloon with settees and pilot berths port and starboard, storage is abundant and everywhere. Forward is a separate head with storage and chain locker.

Arethusa has recently completed a 12,000 mile Atlantic Circuit and she is ready to go anywhere, today. 


 Fuel: 32 Gallons

 Fresh Water: 74 Gallons

 Holding: 18 Gallons


 12v Technautics refrigeration in well insulated ice box

 3 burner Force 10 propane stove /oven

 Electronics & Electrical:

 Garmin Map/Radar Chart Plotter on bronze swing out bracket

 Garmin speed, distance log and depth sounder

 Navco TP100 Tiller Pilot

 36 Mile Garmin Radar

 Nexus VHF

 Icom Handheld VHF

 2 AGM Batteries

 Siemens SM-55/3.15 amp solar panel

 Monitor windvane steering system


 35 Lb. Racna anchor with 200 ft. of chain

 RC Plath windlass

 Large opening hatch and ports

 Cockpit cushions

 Swim Ladder

 Sails and Rigging:

 Fully-battened North mainsail with 3 reefs

 North genoa with Harken furling system

 Hank-on North staysail with single reef

 Mainsail preventer system

 Double-spreader, aluminum, keel-stepped mast

 Standing and running rigging in good condition

 Assortment of standard and self-tailing bronze winches on deck and mast

 Bosun’s chair with block and tackle


 Charts for the Atlantic Ocean and ports

 Sextant and 249 tables

 4-Man Life Raft

 MOB pole

 Jack lines

 2 Harnesses

 EPIRB (2015)

 Life Ring

 Sea Anchor


 Ditch Bag 

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1999 Aquasport 22


Aquasport 215 Explorer’s are small boats with big features know for they’re reliability and good performance. The helm has pedestal seats, a tinted glass windshield complete with a canvas top. Port and starboard are side locker step seats and aft engine box seating. The cockpit sole has 2 large fish boxes, a flowjet wash down pump system, live well and bait wells.

The cuddy cabin makes this boat a great platform for an overnight getaway. The versatile interior has a table with seating port and starboard, storage shelving and two sizable lockers. A portable toilet is stowed under the deck structure. The table drops down and receives a cushion that converts the cabin into one large sleeping area.  Located in Warwick, RI.


Canvas top with frame

Danforth type anchor 13S with rode

Various dock lines and fenders

Jensen MR3007 CD stereo with speakers



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2002 Sea Ray 18


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Available for outright sale.  Located in RI.

2007 Com-Pac 17

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A great trailerable sailboat in like-new condition. Absolutely immaculate.  Located in RI.

2008 Legend 22


A classic custom-built 22 foot Chris Craft Legend. Center console mahogany lap strake hull painted in a beautiful flag blue. Bright work is flawless. Powered with a new Pleasurecraft Marine gasoline engine – model 19-501-08. Fitted cushions for comfortable seating forward, helm and aft bench. Canvas storage covers protect bow area, helm station and engine compartment from weather. Floors are removable panels for access to the entire bilge. Vessel is easy tow and comes with a quality trailer. Professionally maintained and indoors stored. Located in Yarmouth, ME.


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