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McConaghy MC52
Corona Del Mar, California
2022
$0

The MC52 might be the smallest multihull in the McConaghy range, but this cat is no kitten. The MC52 not only benefits from McConaghy’s vast experience building performance boats but also from a carefully considered use of carbon, that sees her precise hull forms achieve an optimum strength to weight ratio.

As with all McConaghy Multihulls, the MC52 has dual helm positions on the flybridge, allowing for the greatest sight lines forward as well as an elevated position that aids more difficult in-port maneuvers, making her an ideal choice for those new to multihull cruising.

There are two accommodation arrangements offered as standard; a four-cabin layout (all en suite) or a three-cabin layout, which allows for a large master suite, complete with private study, in the starboard hull.

The wide saloon offers a versatile and spacious living area that, with large windows running the full length of the hulls and fully retractable glass doors to aft, is exceptionally light and provides fantastic views. The galley is arranged open-plan to this area, which creates an apartment-like feel and is particularly well suited to socialising and family living.

The MC52’s interior styling comes from Design Unlimited, an award-winning studio with extensive experience in both large custom yachts and the production sector. Their attention to detail and innovative storage solutions allow living space to be maximised, with the client able to choose from an array of customisable options and a choice of three main interior colour schemes.3 stateroom/3 heads or 4 staterooms/4 head options. 
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Alden Schooner
Dana Point, California
1926
$695,000
Built Pendleton Shipyard Wiscassette Maine, John Alden Schooner Design 273b
She is owned by Corporation - which is transferable! She has an active charter operation which is also transferable.
Curlew is a inspected vessel, and such USCG certified for a total of 40, 36 passengers and 4 crew!
Curlew is a fore aft schooner, while conceived as a cruising boat, she none the less has spent considerable time racing, and successfully as well. Through the historical archives of papers like the NY Times we have been able to get some sense of the races she participated in and her success. Here is a list of the available news articles on about her early race history;
* June 27, 1929 New London Gibson Island Yacht Race. Curlew raced in class “D” with    notable schooners including Teregram and Yankee Girl 11.
* June 27 th 1930; 600 mile Newport to Bermuda Race which included Malabar x, John Alden’s own boat, Curlew; Rose of Sharon; Dorade Owen Stephens; Lions Whelp; Teregram; Dauntless.
* June 18 th 1931; 80 mile Rye NY to New London Ct Race with Dauntless; Sachem; Malabar 8; Valencia; Marita.
* June 17 & 18th 1932; 27.5 mile NYYC Glen Cove L.I Regatta in the Special Cruising Class, taking first to finish on day two, but losing on corrected time to Zaida.
* August 7th 1932; a NYYC Cruise from Glen Cove NY to New Haven Harbor Ct..
 an 80 mile American YC race, Rye NY to New London Ct, where Curlew finished first in the Cruising class.
* August 11, 1934; New London Ct to Newport R.I. with Curlew taking first in the Special Cruising Class!
* August 14th 1934; NYYC Annual cruise and race to Buzzards bay Curlew scored her 3rd victory in the l Cruising Class for schooners and ketches. The following day on the 15th, Curlew placed first again for her fourth successive win.
* June 19th 1935; 80 mile American YC Rye NY to New London Ct Race.
* June 20th 1935; a 170 Mile race, from New London CT to Marblehead Mass.
* August 11 1935; American YC Long Island Sound Regatta.

General Information
* Built by: Pendleton Boatyard
* Where: Wiscasset, Maine
* Date: 1926
* Designed by: John G. Alden and Assoc. of Boston, MA
* Length Overall (L.O.A.): 81’ 6”
* Length on Deck (L.O.D.): 65’ 3”
* Length on the Waterline (L.W.L.): 47’
* Width (Beam): 14’ 8”
* Depth (Draft): 9’
* Displacement: 42 tons. (design)

Hull & Deck
* Hull Material & Thickness: Originally 1-1/2” long leaf yellow pine. 
   Currently replanked with Douglas Fir Vertical grain
* Framed in 4 x 4 5/8” Sawn White Oak with iron floors.
* Fasteners: Originally galvanized steel nails. Currently re-planked with Monel screws above waterline and galvanized screws below, both 3 1/2” #18 (converting to Passivated SS)
* Decking Material: 1 1/2” Teak caulked with several dead lights mounted in deck

Structure
* Beams: 4 x 4 oak rebuilt with side pieces add
* Bulkheads: mostly new, mahogany with teak veneer
* Sheer Line: Fair to the eye
* Ceiling: Battens & Cabinetry
* Longitudianls: Kauri floor timbers and stringers all refastened with 1/2” galvanized bolts.        Stringers 2”x5” in three layers, shelf 2 3/4” x 5’
* Stem: White Oak with 3/4” galvanized bolts new Apitong Sampson post
* Keel: 9 x 20 Oak
* Stern Timbers: Oak and long leaf yellow pine
* Ballast: Bilge areas have been re-pitched. Material cast iron
* Weight: 25,000 lbs.
* Secured by: Keel bolts; 1 1/2” bronze, new in 1976

Machinery and Propulsion
* Main Engine(s): 1989 Perkins Range 4 diesel rebuilt in 2002
* Cylinders: 6
* H.P.: 120
* Cooling System: Self-contained fresh water with heat exchanger
* Exhaust System: Wet
* Cruising Speed: 8 knots
* Reduction Gear: 2.1:1 Borg-Warner Velvet Drive
* 1 1/2 stainless steel shaft, with dripless shaft seal
* 23rd 3 blade Campbell Sailor Prop
* Ratio: 2:1
* Tankage: Water  200 gal in three tanks; Fuel  300 gal in two tanks 1 port, 1 starboard

Navigation Instruments
* Com Nav / Benmar Autopilot
* B&G Halon 20 + 36 nm Dome Radar (2020)
* 2 x B&G Vulcan 7 sailing chart plotters (2020)
* B&G GPS Sensor, depth sounder & mast head wind sensor (2020)
* Standard Horizon Matrix VHF AIS/GPS (2017)
* NEMA 2000 network (2020)
* Fusion NEMA 2000 marine digital media receiver (2019)

Miscellaneous Equipment
* 406 MHz EPIRB
* Nilsson 12V anchor windlass ( rebuilt 2014)
* CQR 90# anchor & 75 lb Danforth
* Bow & Stern pulpits
* Stainless steel stanchions (1 1/4?) with 3 sets of SS life lines
* (4) electric bilge pumps
* (7) Dry chemical fire extinguishers

Electrical System
* 12V DC /110 
* 110V 
* (3) 8D batteries and 1 group 27 start battery. All Lifeline AGM
* AC isolation transformer
* (2) Battery chargers; 30 amp Lifeline; Xantrex 150 Amp Charger / 3.0 kw pure sine wave Xantrex Inverter  
* 50-amp 110V shore power cord Smart Plug
* Newmar electrical panel with Cole Hersee battery isolating switch
* 180 amp Leece Neville alternator

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Bertram Cockpit Motor Yacht
Marina del Rey, California
1971
$575,000
Venture has undergone a Total Refit in 2017-2018. Over $550,000 has been invested upgrading this unique yacht and her major systems.Makes her the newest used Boat on the Market.

The current owner has continued to upgrade the yacht with a list of items including a completely  new Auto-pilot system which has been installed. 
The Yacht is scheduled to get Hauled and have a brand new Bow Thruster installed as well as new Underwater Lights and a fresh Bottom Paint.
This is a rare opportunity and makes a fantastic Live-aboard.
This Yacht comes with a brand new Brig Eagle 4 Tender with a Yamaha F60 and full warranty. (value ~$35.000)
Highlights of some of the recent upgrades:
- New Outdoor BBQ installed in Cockpit "LYNX" (Outdoor Kitchen with 2 burner saute)
- New Sunshade for aft cockpit
- New Autopilot 

- Hull Bottom Peel and Epoxy Seal

- New Bottom Paint

- New/Custom Built Struts

- New Props

- New 16kw Kohler Generator (18 hours)

- New Fuel Tanks

- New Holding Tank

- New Fresh Water Tank

- New Battery Chargers

- All New LED Lighting Inside

- All New LED Nav Lights

- New Electrical Wiring & DC Panel

- New Windlass and Chain

- New Anchor Pulpit

- All New Stainless Steel Railings

- New Canvas and Macralon Enclosure on Flybridge

- New Quite Flush Heads (3)

- All New Waste System Hoses

- Total New Interior

- All New Galley Appliances

- New Fire Extinguishers

- New Required USCG Safety Gear

- Approximately 500 hours on main Engines  



Seller has a recent Marine Suuvey and has already addressed all of the surveyor's recommendations.

For more Info Contact:
Rico Stoll 3107292811
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Custom Driscoll 48 custom
San Diego, California
1984
$550,000
The custom wooden yacht 'Splendor' was conceived, designed and built by Gerald Driscoll at Driscoll's yard on Shelter Island in San Diego, California.She was started in the late 1970's and took several years to be completed. Driscoll was a perfectionist and this was to be his personal yacht.The boat was the family yacht until she was purchased by Dennis Conner (current owner).Her woodwork is unparalleled with the main salon made from a single plank of wood so the grain matches. Recently, the boat went through an entire refit with new topside paint and a new bottom, new self-tailing Harken electric winches, mast refit and painted, and new rigging. Splendor enjoys full time maintenance and is one of the finest classics available in the world. 
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Sessa Marine Key Largo 40
Corona Del Mar, California
2022
$0
KEY LARGO 40
This new sporty and aggressive model is provided by a completely redesigned hull that promotes the increases of the performance and the maximization of the consumption.
To better enjoy the sea, the layout of the boat has been structured with a modular cockpit area: convertible sofas and two electro-hydraulic side terraces, that offer to the guests an even larger and livable space, directly in contact with the sea.
The console follows the sophisticated style of the boat, into a mix of functionality and elegance, and the driver’s seat ergonomy is highly cured.
The large panoramic side windows, on the hull, allow to have in the lower deck a natural light, with a great visibility and an enviable view: a real window on the sea.
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