Boats for Charter/Sale

When a boat is donated to BIMF, the owner is eligible to receive the full appraised value as a charitable deduction on their income taxes.

The deduction has some limitations in that BIMF must keep the title to the donated boat for a minimum of three years for the donor to receive a credit for the appraised value on their tax return. BIMF then charters the boat for that three­ year period, with all the charter payments being credited to an agreed up­front purchase price. In essence, it’s just as if the charterer owned the boat with full responsibility for all expenses.

Charter payments can be structured monthly, quarterly, annually, or paid in full at the beginning of the charter. Because the purchase price is established based on a three ­year depreciation schedule, it usually is established at something less than the current market value.

The charterer does have the option to not purchase the boat at the end of the three years and can simply give the boat back to BIMF with no termination fees.

For more information, please contact us by email, or call us at (401) 842-­0752.

Take a look at our sailboats and powerboats for sale!

  • Please call Annie Gray @ Gray & Gray Yacht Brokers
    Office: 207.363.7997
    Cell: 603.498.3450
     
  • The boat comes with a considerable pedigree within the realm of production boats. These vessels are known to be quite capable in a broad range of conditions and, when properly rigged, can be used offshore with confidence. This particular vessel was given a complete refit in 2010-2012 which included careful examination of decks with professional repairs where found necessary, new fore hatch, port lights, chain plates, holding tank and head among others. Previously new sails were acquired and new engine installed fourteen years ago. It appears that every effort has been made toward a complete restoration. The owner has spared no pains and not a little money in accomplishing this. The work is generally to a high professional standard utilizing well-researched knowledge of the most recent techniques, all with the aim of seaworthiness and durability. LOA: 36’8” BEAM: 11’ 8” DRAFT: 6’ MODEL: Pearson 36 designed by William Shaw PLACE BUILT: Pearson Yachts, Portsmouth, RI TYPE/RIG: Masthead Sloop MAIN ENGINE: Yanmar Diesel 3GM30F 24HP Installed in 2008. Serviced every year, new injector pump 2019, approx.. 2000 hours. Rudder: sound condition
  • Model: First 42’ Designer: German Frers Class: Racer/Cruiser Hull: Fiberglass Beam: 13’ 2” Max Draft: 7’ 3” 3 Cabins, 2 Heads New topside paint, halyards, fresh water hoses, pressure pump, through hulls/seacocks all recently. Engine replaced 10 years ago. Perkins Diesel 50 HP Electronics and Navigation:
    • Raymarine autopilot 2017
    • Garmin GPS map 162
    • Datamarine Link 5100 Depth, speed, wind, heading
    • Icom IC-M120 VHF radio
    • Riviera Binnacle Compass
    Please contact: David McKenney, CPYB, for more details. Brewer Wickford Cove Marina, Wickford, RI 401-641-8697 dmckenney@breweryacht.com
  • Stanchions and bases, sails and sail covers, dodger, cushions, all in good condition. General overall, good condition. Will need some minor maintenance.
    Electronics: VHF ICOM M422
    Depth Sound: Raymarine
    Speed: Datamarine
    AWI/WS: Datamarine
    GPS: Garmin 292
    Autopilot: Autohelm
    40' Yawl with an 11'10" Beam
    The draft is '4' 2"
    Engine: Single Yanmar 4JHE 44HP
    Windlass: 12VDCSwim ladder
    Location: Mattapoisett, MA
    Survey available upon request.
  • LOA: 24'
    Beam: 9.92
    Draft:3'
    Rebuilt motor with regular upgrades. Just 550 hours.
    New starting motor, New alternator.
    GPS, Electronic Compass.
    Excellent condition.
    Survey available.
    Available as a 3 year charter.
  • Built by Paul Rollins New engine. Very little use. Sails in very good condition. From Martha's Vineyard, now at Yankee Marina, Yarmouth, ME
  • H-28 Glory

    $16,000
    Designer: L. Francis Herreshoff, 1942 Type: Modified H-28 Ketch Builder: Far East Yachts, 1964Rebuild 1998, Andy Richardson/Jeremiah de Rham (deck, cabin and cockpit)
    Hull: Length O.A. 33’ 10” Length on deck 29’ 3” L.W.L 23’ 3” Beam 9’ Draft 4’ 6” Displacement 10,000 Lbs. Ballast Iron, external
  • This Cat Ketch has had very little use.
    Fiberglass hull.
    2 Aluminum masts. Almost new sails.
    8 HP outboard in a well. Newly tuned.
    New rub rails, new hatches.
    The trailer is in excellent condition.
    She is cleaned up and ready to go.
  • 2014 Beautifully Restored Quincy Adams Daysailer Length: 26'.6" LWL: 17'.3" Beam: 6' Draft: 4'6" In 2019, a Torqeedo 2.0 electric pod drive system was installed by East Passage Boatworks. This includes the pod drive, the controller, battery and solar panels, and charge controller.The International Yacht Restoration School in Newport, RI built an entirely new boat from the original, using the old pattern. Typical of IYRS. the new yacht is built to a high standard. Plank on frame construction with cedar planking on steam bent oak frames. Bronze fastened. Mahogany deck house. Cockpit seats with upholstery. Boom tent.This class was designed by Fred Goeller in 1945 for the Fisher's Island Yacht ClubMany were built by the Quincy Adam's Yacht Yard for the club in the 1940's. Their part in history is stamped at the New York Yacht Club with a half model in the trophy room. Excellent condition. August 2020 survey available.

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