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Erik Haaland

Annapolis, MD

(410) 279-3027

Erik has been involved in the marine industry for over a decade. He started his brokerage career with Martin Bird & Associates in Annapolis in 2014. Before that, Erik was a successful Store Manager with West Marine, winning many top accolades, including multiple District Store of the Year awards. Erik was born in New York, where he learned to sail at a young age on the Hudson River. In the mid-1990s, his family moved to Annapolis, where his fondness of the Chesapeake grew by being involved in sailboat racing, fishing, and other water-related activities.

To further his career as a yacht broker, Erik attended continuing education training and was granted certification as a Certified Professional Yacht Broker in 2017. His drive to ensure his client's needs are met is paramount. Erik believes that his job is never done with any client and that the personal assistance he provides clients, some years after they make their purchase, is what sets him apart from other brokers in the industry. Erik is known to be very personable and easily explains different vessels and their systems, making it a pleasant experience for both buyers and sellers as they not only get to know their boat better but understand how to remedy issues along the way. He has a wide breadth of yacht sales experience, from blue water yachts to center console fishing boats, picnic boats, sport fishers, racing sailboats, trawlers, and motor yachts.

In addition to Erik's role as a broker with DWY, he is also the Sales Director for Italia Yachts in the United States. In 2020 Erik was awarded Top Yacht Broker for highest sales revenue.

When Erik is not showing boats, you can find him on the Bay on his Regulator center console or being involved in the sailboat races out of Annapolis and around the East Coast.

Annapolis, MD based broker


Erik ran a US Sale and International Purchase and shipping that was second to none. He created relationships with everyone involved in the process so they felt compelled to make it all work!

- Dailey Tipton - Buyer of Mochi Craft 44

Knowledgeable, friendly, welling to search for options to close a deal, follows up after sale, true true profesional.

- Oscar Valdes - Buyer of 2020 Italia Yachts 9.98

Extremely knowledgeable and trustworthy. It was clear from the beginning that Erik had done His research not only on the vessels we were exploring but also on the needs of our family and how we would use the boat. I wouldn’t want to work with any other broker.

- Prescott Nicholas - Buyer of Tiara 35

I was most impressed by his always responding promptly. But more fundamentally, he listened and went the extra mile to ensure that our needs were being met. He understood the obstacles we as buyers faced. He was genuine and direct in his communications. I felt that he did a great job supporting and balancing the needs of the boat, the sellers, and the buyers. I just hope that at the time we must conclude our sailing adventures that Erik is still there at David Walters Yachts.

- Mark Hoefnagel - Buyer of Hylas 54

Erik is exceptionally knowledgeable and really know the boat well. He maintained excellent communication through the process, made somewhat challenging by COVID-19. It was a pleasure to deal with Erik and I'll certainly go straight back to him for any future sailboat transactions. I also dealt with Diane Ilg and Amanda Noon who were both pleasant and efficient. 

- Russell Hill - Buyer of Bristol 38.8 "Serendipity"

Erik was very knowledgeable and objective about the issues related to selling our boat. From our first exposure to him, he identified needs in a very professional manner and maintained that manner throughout the relationship. His advice was always spot on and he was very communicative and supportive. He did an excellent job.

- Jeff Sherwood seller of Hylas 54 "Sirius"

Erik was extremely responsive, courteous and professional! His knowledge of the market, pricing and what to expect was exceptional and his advice was priceless!! Would highly recommend and use Erik again and again!

- Mike Firetti- Seller of Jeanneau NC 895

They are what I like to call "go getters" and get the job done.

- Margaret Gwaltney- Seller of Celestial 50 "Merdeka"

Erik Haaland was the selling broker for the boat I was interested in, I came in as a buyer without a broker. Erik was completely honest and straightforward, and EXTREMELY hardworking throughout my dealings with him. The listed boat had a few physical issues to work through, and I likely would not have made the purchase if it weren't for the hours of work that Erik put in to dealing with those issues.

- James Chase- Buyer of Celestial 50

Erik Haaland is the reason I purchased and sold through David Walters. Erik is fantastic.

- Dailey Tipton- Seller of Farr 30 "Blofish"

Erik Haaland is a straight shooter. Advised me on all Farr 30's available and had knowledge of these boats. He helped my surveyor and also did the winterizing of the boat's motor as it is coming to MN. I would recommend him and use him again.

- George Johns - Buyer of Farr 30 Blowfish

"Erik Haaland was great to work with. He drove hundreds of miles to show me many sail boats, and was happy to do so. Thanks again Erik!"


- William Greene Buyer of Beneteau 41

"Erik is a great broker, very knowledgeable and helpful."


- Elizabeth Beyer Seller of Camano Trawler 31

"Erik goes out of his way to understand what you are looking for in a boat and then finds the best fit. In my case, I was buying my first powerboat after many years of owning cruising sailboats. His support in helping me assess the boat, the survey, and the sea trial was just the right balance of being there for consultation and assessment. He works in your interest and doesn't just try to close the deal for his own benefit. He's a great partner and I would highly recommend him for your search."

- Bob DeFilipo Buyer of Grand Banks 43 HX

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1 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] Deerfoot 63' 1990 14' 5 8' 6 45,000 lbs Fiberglass Steve Dashew [empty string] 100 HP Sail Kailani $399,000 Annapolis, MD [empty string] Diesel [empty string] 4300 Hours 1 4JH3-HTE Yanmar 12 Gallons 210 Gallons 155 Gallons 63 Deerfoot (63' Fiberglass) Kailani (63') [empty string] 0 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=g8tdtcLuNFe [empty string] <p>Steve Dashew designs yachts for a purpose; extended blue water cruising. His designs are in a league of their own. They are quick, safe, easy to handle, easy to maintain, and durable. These hallmarks have created a legendary, almost cult like following. His yachts are designed from his personal experience of what it is to cruise around the world. They are built for the experienced sailor that is looking for literally, the ultimate world cruising yacht.</p> <p>No two of his yachts are the same, while some may share the basic characteristics of his design work; different builders were involved over the years and each hull was custom made for her owner.</p> <p>The Deerfoot 63 was the last design in the Deerfoot line. It was one of the first designs made utilizing 3D CAD programming and VPP (velocity prediction program). Only a few were made. This particular Deerfoot 63 was originally built for a racer from the Great Lakes that was looking for a quick cruising yacht. She features a deeper 8' draft, and a taller mast than her sisterships, plus an extended sugar scoop transom.</p> <p>Salthouse in Auckland, New Zealand, one of the worlds pre-eminent custom yacht builders, took on the job of building this Deerfoot 63 under the watch of Kelly Archer. This was a special build, as she took on much of the interior attributes of the follow on Sundeer line, but completed to an even higher level by Salthouse. On her maiden delivery she ran from Auckland to Panama, a 4,000 mile trip, averaging 200 miles a day.</p> <p>The design, an evolution on the Deerfoot 62, was ahead of their time and hold many of todays common features. The owners suite is forward, pullman style, with a private ensuite. A large, open saloon with galley and spacious nav station. Two aft staterooms and a day head includes washer/dryer. The engine room is located under the cockpit and is quite spacious. A step down transom with sugar scoop to aid boarding of the dinghy and transfer of supplies.</p> <p>Originally known as 'HOT SPUR' she arrived in Detroit in 1990 before being sold to her second owner in 1992 and moving to New Orleans before cruising the Med. In 1997 she was renamed 'ASTRA' and moved to Chicago with her third owner before heading to the Caribbean in 2002 and crossing the Atlantic in 2006. In 2007 she cruised Greece and Turkey until her fifth and current owner took possession in 2010 and moving her to California.</p> <p>The current owners have twice circumnavigated, first on their Hans Christian 41 in the mid-2000's, and then again aboard 'KAILANI' with their daughter. In addition to being an accomplished sailor, the owner holds a 100 Ton USCG Masters license and is a US Sailing Cruising and CoNav instructor with over 100,000 miles on the water.</p> <p>You will find that 'KAILANI' is in exceptional condition for her age and sailing portfolio. This world cruising yacht has benefitted from a comprehensive maintenance schedule with regular updates and replacements of equipment. Make no mistake, this is as good as can be bought for a circumnavigating sailing yacht.</p> [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] B0222F2C-9117-9D36-1EEAF485069329DE [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 1912 [empty string]
2 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] Hylas 57 2023 Delivery 17' 0 Standard 8' 2 / Shoal 6' 5 57,685 lbs Fiberglass Bill Dixon [empty string] 150 HP Sail H57-05 NEW Call for Pricing Fort Lauderdale, FL [empty string] Diesel [empty string] 0 1 D3-150 Volvo Penta 61 gal 286 gal 260 gal H57 Hylas (57 Fiberglass) H57-05 NEW (57) [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] <p>The Hylas brand is synonymous with quality, performance, functionality, and value. We are delighted to introduce our newest blue-water sailing vessel. From world-class designer Bill Dixon the Hylas H57 is a perfect blend of classic Hylas, contemporary good looks, and an embracing of the latest technology in construction and design.&nbsp;&nbsp;Twin helms and rudders for improved performance, a lighter weight cored hull for improved strength and insulation plus the Solent rig for ease of handling mark a new era in Hylas designs. With a 3 or 4 cabin layout, this yacht will meet the needs of liveaboard couples or those planning extended cruises with friends and family. Primarily designed to be handled easily by a couple and fit the modern cruising lifestyle, this exciting new development stays true to the Hylas core competence of safely crossing oceans in comfort and style.</p> <p>The Hylas H57 will impress discerning yachtsmen and women. The flowing lines of the latest hydrodynamic hull design offer comfort and speed during trans ocean passages. The fin keel ensures leeway (Side slip) is reduced and stiffens the yacht allowing her to carry the sail area this tall rig allows (Air draft 83&rsquo;8&rdquo;). The spade twin rudders optimize upwind sailing angles and provide the best traction when heeled. The wrap-around window, oversized portlights, and a full 17&prime; beam that carries well aft create a Superyacht sense of space and comfort.</p> <p>With a three or four-cabin arrangement Hylas H57 offers great versatility and an ability to cruise with additional family, friends, or professional crew. Customization is an important part of the Hylas value proposition. There is always a willingness to work closely with clients in creating an interior that reflects personal tastes. Dixon has worked hard to ensure the Hybrid cockpit with aft helm stations does not impact headroom in the standing areas of the master stateroom.</p> <p style="text-align: center;">THE NEW HYLAS H57</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><img src="../../../../photos/yachts/large/15025.jpg" alt="Image 15025: " width="600" height="579" /></p> <p style="text-align: center;">&nbsp;</p> <p style="text-align: center;">3 CABIN LAYOUT</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><img src="../../../../photos/yachts/large/15026.jpg" alt="Image 15026: " width="600" height="232" /></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><img src="../../../../photos/yachts/large/15023.jpg" alt="Image 15023: " width="600" height="232" /></p> <p style="text-align: center;">4 CABIN LAYOUT</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><img src="../../../../photos/yachts/large/15024.jpg" alt="Image 15024: " width="600" height="232" /></p> [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] BF846D6F-DFFF-7EA9-B2253EBCE6E6A933 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 1835 [empty string]
3 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] Shannon 52' 2013 14' 3 [empty string] 42,500 lbs Fiberglass Walter Schulz & Associates [empty string] 75 HP Sail Miramar $975,000 En Route to Newport, RI [empty string] Diesel [empty string] 1300 Hours 2 4JHT4-TE Yanmar 56 Gallons 222 Gallons 160 Gallons 52 RDP Shannon (52' Fiberglass) Miramar (52') [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] <p>Miramar, a fitting name for a yacht of this caliber, "to look at the sea". The name Miramar had special meaning for the owners of this incredible Shannon, as during her extensive build and outfitting process it formed the baseline for the yacht's design.</p> <p>Shannon Boat Company of Bristol, RI was founded in 1975 by Walter Schultz and David Walters to build strong, comfortable offshore cruising yachts. Over the years Shannon Boat Company built a reputation for quality, comparable to the best including Hinckley in the US and the best in Europe. Many Shannons have circumnavigated and the company offered a wide range of designs. Every Shannon is a semi-custom yacht built for a specific owner and is painstakingly constructed to the highest standards using the finest materials.</p> <p>Miramar is no different and in many respects the finest yacht that Shannon was tasked to construct. The yacht's owners, both knowledgable sailors, were highly involved in the yacht's construction as they fitted Miramar with features, layouts, and materials that would make the yacht not only personally theirs but also provide a striking appeal to guests and other experienced yachtsmen. Miramar's build was so detailed and extensive that construction was started in 2012 with full commissioning not occurring until 2014. Shannon wanted to make sure that Miramar was the best yacht they had ever built, to be the jewel of the sea and the queen of the boat shows.</p> <p>The Shannon 52 RDP is a pilot yacht designed for those looking for a modern styled, luxurious, short-handed ocean cruiser that allows them to get out of the weather. The 52 RDP is not a motor-sailor, but a full-fledged sailing yacht with many of the benefits found in pilothouse and motor-sailor designs. Miramar is fitted with the Walter Schultz designed 'Sketch' rig. This allows the yacht to sail well in a wide range of wind speeds without putting crew outside of the cockpit. Double head stays are fitted with furlers for a full size 135% genoa and yankee. Leisurefurl booms for the mainsail and mizzen. There is also a mizzen staysail. A cable staysail halyard is fitted for the addition of a storm staysail if required. An asymmetrical spinnaker is aboard in an ATN sleeve for easy use off the wind. One of the owners' requirements was that the yacht is functional in the ICW which she is thanks for her Sketch rig height under 64' and shoal draft of 5' 9" with the centerboard raised.</p> <p>The hull is borrowed from the Shannon aft cockpit 47/52 center-cockpit design and has the same proven offshore sailing characteristics. All sailing controls lead to the cockpit where two large Harken primary winches are 2-speed electric powered plus an electric halyard winch for the mainsail hoist. The yacht can be completely operated by one person from the cockpit.</p> <p>Construction is modern and bulletproof. The hull and deck are hand laid GRP using vinyl-ester resin and biaxial laminates with a closed-cell PVC foam core. The hull is further reinforced by Kevlar hybrids that are commonly used in flexible armor. The keel/centerboard is internally ballasted with solid lead, encapsulated and sealed within the hull, this eliminates the need for keel bolts. Additional kevlar laminates in the bow and keel for added safety in the event of collision or grounding. The hull to deck joint is bonded with biaxial laminates backing to the internal hull flange and thru-bolted every 8". A skeg mounted rudder with stainless post and internal reinforcement and the centerboard is operated by a geared handcrank in the cockpit to allow for easy adjustment, virtually eliminating potential system failures.</p> <p>Many of the systems were custom chosen by the owners after consultation with Walter Schultz. For example the helm stations have completely independent steering and engine control systems. The topside helm controls the rudder by a geared linkage with no cables to stretch or wear down. The inside helm controls the rudder by a hydraulic system. Likewise the engine controls are digital at the topside, manual cable at the inside helm with override, and both helms have complete engine readouts and functionality. There are twin Yanmar diesel engines with independent dual Racor filters and three separate alternators with automatic battery charging relays. Thanks to this amount of built-in redundancy Miramar can be cruised with nary a question about her capabilities and safety. As well she can cruise under power for 1,000 miles. Miramar is the perfect blend of a full-fledged sailing yacht with features above and beyond her competitors.</p> <p>Stepping below the saloon is fitted with large, armored and tinted picture windows to allow for complete visibility while standing or sitting. There is a saloon table with adjustable height for dining or cocktails, an aft-facing nav station with complete electronics, bucket chairs for additional seating or book reading, and a complete helm station. Moving forward is the galley with visibility through the saloon to the cockpit, allowing for easy communication and providing an airy interior. A VIP cabin and head are fitted forward as well. Proceeding aft from the saloon is the aft passageway with additional seating for a comfortable semi-private relaxation area, or convert to bunks for extra guest space, a fully stocked bar and wash/dryer is fitted as well. In the stern is a tastefully ordained master stateroom and ensuite which provides the utmost privacy and comfort for the owners.</p> <p>Miramar's owners have been incredibly fastidious with their maintenance regime and it truly shows. All services are up to date and she is in incredible cosmetic condition. Miramar is truly turn-key and ready to continue her adventures. Contact the listing agent directly to set up your private showing of this incredible Shannon.</p> <p><em><strong>Photography by Billy Black</strong></em></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><em><strong><img src="../../../../photos/yachts/large/14843.jpg" alt="Image 14843: " width="800" height="534" /></strong></em></p> [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] A25A46A9-9F49-0D94-8768E7F605873B01 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 1831 [empty string]
4 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] Puffin Boats 42' 2002 13' 10 3' 7 36,500 lbs Steel Oliver F Van Meer Deutz DT4.29 83 HP Sail One Love $350,000 Dover, NH [empty string] Diesel [empty string] 2900 Hours 1 DT4.29 Deutz 100 Gallons 127 Gallons 160 Gallons 42 Puffin Boats (42' Steel) One Love (42') [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] <p><span style="font-family: Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 13.3333px; font-style: italic;">One Love</span><span style="font-family: Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 13.3333px;">&nbsp;is a very special yacht. She is a 2002 Puffin 42 (delivered June 2003), designed by Van Meer and built by the renowned De Gier &amp; Bezann, now VMG, in the Netherlands. Puffins are semi-custom build yachts, and her one, original owner has outfitted with the right gear for easy couples cruising and is capable of sailing the seven seas.</span><span style="font-family: Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 13.3333px; display: block;"><br /></span><span style="font-family: Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 13.3333px; display: block;">Don't let her 42' size fool you, this yacht is more of a mini-ship in capability and construction. Her steel hull is durable yet efficient, at close to 19 tons displacement she is capable of handling the worst Mother Nature can throw at her. Van Meer designed the hull to enable sailing in the shallowest of waters and cross oceans. On top of internal 4,400# of ballast there is an additional 2,700# in the foil shaped centerboard. With the board up she draws shy of 4' so you can get into the smallest island holes you can find.</span><span style="font-family: Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 13.3333px; display: block;"><br /></span><span style="font-family: Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 13.3333px; display: block;">The Puffin deck layout and construction was done with safety in mind. Her high bulwarks will keep you on deck while moving about, and the uncluttered layout will allow easy handling of the cutter sail plan. There is a non-overlapping yankee at the end of the sprit, a furling staysail, high aspect main, and spinnaker. The cockpit is nicely protected with a dodger and bimini. Most controls are led aft (main halyard and reefs are done at the mast) and the traveler is mounted forward of the dodger on top the deck house, the cockpit is large and uncluttered.</span><span style="font-family: Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 13.3333px; display: block;"><br /></span><span style="font-family: Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 13.3333px; display: block;">Below is what you would expect of a yacht of this caliber and more. The raised salon with large picture windows gives you and your guests and uncompromising view as the world goes by. To port is the salon table with leather upholstery, the table also drops down to form a double berth. To starboard is a fully equipped nav station and behind that is a single sea berth that also doubles as a storage area when not in use. Yes, those are real opening port holes in the forward portion of the salon. This design is kindly for both island hopping and riding out a gale. Continuing below to the lower salon and it just gets better. It's hard to believe this is a 42' yacht. Immediately to port, under the raised salon, is a large double berth. In the middle of the salon is a large table, with galley to port and a large L shaped-settee to starboard. The galley arrangement on this boat lends more to a gourmet kitchen then an afterthought tucked into a corner as it is with many production boats. You and your guests can be easily entertained in both salons, and the chef can remain a part of the action. Such a rarity on any boat, let alone one of this size. Plus the head room! The Dutch after all are some of the tallest Europeans, almost 6' 6" of clearance! This is thanks to Van Meers rounded bilge design; 93% of her length is water line. The interior mahogany joinery, wood headliner, and bronze hardware fill the soul with warmth and comfort. Forward of the galley is the head to starboard with a separate shower to port. Entrance to both from the galley or master stateroom. The master stateroom forward features a large double bed along the starboard side and a seat on the port side next to the large hanging locker. A solid bulkhead separates the chain locker and bow from the cabin area.<br /><span style="display: block;"><br /></span><span style="display: block;">The listing agent has known the seller for his entire life, and I have not only sailed upon her numerous times but was lucky enough to meet&nbsp;<span style="font-style: italic;">One Love</span>&nbsp;in Bermuda on her maiden voyage from Europe, leaving from England with a stop in the Azores.&nbsp;<span style="font-style: italic;">One Love</span>&nbsp;was the US show boat for Puffin, and she was in the Newport Boat Show in 2003, Annapolis Fall Show in 2004, and again in Newport in 2005.</span></span><span style="font-family: Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 13.3333px; display: block;"><br /></span><span style="font-family: Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 13.3333px; display: block;">A yacht of this caliber is about as unique you can get on the water without spending millions on a completely custom build. The build quality, fit and finish, and thoughtfulness that went into the construction of&nbsp;<span style="font-style: italic;">One Love</span>&nbsp;is second to none. You will not find a better ocean cruiser in this size range.</span><span style="font-family: Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 13.3333px; display: block;"><br /></span><span style="font-family: Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 13.3333px; display: block;">If you're in the market for a world voyager with a head turning look this is your ticket. Be sure not to pass up a look at&nbsp;<span style="font-style: italic;">One Love</span>.</span><span style="font-family: Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 13.3333px; display: block;"><br /></span><span style="font-family: Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 13.3333px; display: block;"><span style="font-weight: bold;">Bottom stripped and barrier coated in 2016</span></span><span style="font-family: Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 13.3333px; display: block;"><span style="font-weight: bold;">Certified Grade A Shipbuilding Steel</span></span><span style="font-family: Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 13.3333px; display: block;"><span style="font-weight: bold;">CE Rated Class A</span></span></p> <p><span style="font-family: Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 13.3333px; display: block;"><span style="font-weight: bold;"><img src="../../../../photos/yachts/large/7104.jpg" alt="Image 7104: " width="800" height="553" /></span></span></p> <div style="font-family: HelveticaNeue-Light, 'Helvetica Neue Light', 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, 'Lucida Grande', sans-serif; font-size: 13.3333px;">&nbsp;</div> [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 2C58B1E1-CA19-0D3E-94C40C118D63C9D1 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 621 [empty string]
5 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] Morris Justine 36' 1985 11'7 4'6 15600 lbs Fiberglass Chuck Paine [empty string] 30HP Sail Sequel $135,000 Annapolis, MD [empty string] Diesel [empty string] 63 1 30 Beta [empty string] 37 Gallons 80 Gallons 36 Morris Justine (36' Fiberglass) Sequel (36') [empty string] 0 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] <p><strong>VIEW THIS YACHT AND 30+ MORE DURING THE <a href="../../../../blog/Bluewater-Boat-Show/805" target="_blank">BLUEWATER BOAT SHOW</a> AT PORT ANNAPOLIS MARINA IN ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND OCTOBER 9th-11th</strong></p> <p>'Sequel' is a fully found Morris Justine 36. From the words of John Kretschmer 'A graceful Chuck Paine design, the Justine 36 is superbly engineered and well proportioned. It is just large enough to be a genuine cruising boat with a nice turn of speed but it is small enough to be nimble and easily handled. Whether your sailing schedule allows for an afternoon gliding along Penobscot Bay or a month making your way to Nova Scotia, the Justine 36 will be right at home.'</p> <p>From the hand of Chuck Paine and built by the artisans at Morris Yachts the created a classic Maine-built boat. Good looks but not overly flashy. Graceful and easy to handle short crewed. Built like a tank using hand-laid solid fiberglass hull with vinyl ester resin, an internal hull stiffening of stringers and floors, and fully tabbed bulkheads. Everything in the boat that might need to come out can go through the companionway, including the tanks. The deck is cored with half-inch end-grain balsa and is solid glass in high load areas. Externally mounted lead ballast mounted to a keel stub, allowing for a deep and proper bilge.</p> <p>'Sequel' is hull 4 of 33 built and has been maintained in great condition with regular upgrades. Her current owner purchased 'Sequel' in 2016 and in the four years in their tenure they have made several major systems and cosmetic upgrades. If you are in the market for a well-kept Morris 36 at a realistic price, then you need to look no further than 'Sequel'.</p> <p><strong>List of Major Upgrades</strong></p> <ul style="list-style-type: circle;"> <li>New Beta 30HP Diesel with only 60 hours</li> <li>Dinghy and Torqeedo electric outboard (2017)</li> <li>Complete bottom strip and new barrier coat</li> <li>New Garmin electronics including touchscreen plotter, radar, Icom VHF w/AIS</li> <li>New Canvas</li> <li>New Interior &amp; Cockpit cushions</li> <li>New lifelines</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] E7568028-BF75-62D9-EDA042D6A611F5C3 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 1861 [empty string]
6 [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] Back Cove 29' 2004 10' 6 2' 7 10,000 lbs Fiberglass [empty string] [empty string] 315 HP Power Riley $155,000 Annapolis, MD [empty string] Diesel [empty string] 940 Hours 1 6LPA-STP Yanmar [empty string] 150 Gallons 30 Gallons 29 Back Cove (29' Fiberglass) Riley (29') [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] <p>Generator, Bow and Stern Thrusters, New Electronics, 1,000 Hour Engine Service<br />Riley (Name Reserved) is a 2004 Back Cove 29 that is well equipped for coastal cruising. The sellers, being experienced multiple boat owners as well as having owned another Back Cove previously are well versed in maintenance and Riley is no exception. In the past year a complete mechanical service was completed by Saltworks Marine including a 1,000 hour engine service. All new helm electronics were installed including a completely new autopilot, radar, antennas, and other sensors. A custom canvas extension for the cockpit was installed to provide shade at anchor or underway, and a custom canvas storage cover was made to cover the cockpit upholstery when the boat is not being used. New Trinidad SR bottom paint was applied in the Spring and a complete top to bottom detail was just finished. <br />Equipped with all factory options and custom upgrades including a larger 5kw generator you can be assured that this Back Cove 29 will provide extended underway enjoyment and longer duration cruises than can normally be expected of a vessel of this type.<br />This is as turn key as you can get, she will not last long!</p> [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 2D064A64-BB71-52FB-FF24FD7422F4938E [empty string] [empty string] [empty string] 1919 [empty string]
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