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2003
53'
$ 549,000
North Palm Beach
FL
PRELIMINARY LISTING This is the one you have been waiting for!Ã? Ã?  Cruising the Great Loop or Island Hopping the Bahamas, this Downeast beauty will turn heads in every harbor she enters and she will take you there in comfort and style. Legendary New England craftsmanship and style are what set …
1994
54'
$ 89,900
Saint Petersburg
FL
Ã? ESTATE SALEÃ?  "motivated seller who says bring all offers" (LOCATION: Madeira Beach FL) Sokol is a 60 foot staysail schooner featuring a John Alden designed hull and a Colin Mudie deck layout and wheelhouse, designed as a durable offshore ocean cruiser. The boat was custom manufactured in 1984 …
1938
62'
$ 2,600,000
Unknown
(LOCATION: United States) Trade Wind was designed and built to be the ultimate in elegance. She has been restored to her classic good looks and style but with concessions to modern convenience. Motor sailers are intended to be the best of both worlds. Sail power for peaceful cruising and powerful …
1935
38'
$ 55,000
Whitehall
MI
Aramis was built by the Burbach Yacht Company in Grand Rapids and Ferrysburg, Michigan in 1935. She was christened Dor-Jac and was launched in Spring Lake, Michigan and sailed to Detroit for a year or two. She then sailed on to the Chicago Yacht Club for 24 years and had a name change to Aramis, …
1930
61'
$ 350,000
San Diego
CA
Dauntless is design #458 in the John Alden Design Book She was launched at the Dauntless Shipyard in Essex, Connecticut on the 16th of June, 1930. In that same year, she participated in the Newport to Bermuda Race alongside the schooners; Rose of Sharon, Curlew and Teragram - all of which she still …
1930
70'
$ 250,000
San Diego
CA
70' Alden Staysail Schooner "Dauntless" DAUNTLESS has been owned by the same family for over 35 years. They have enjoyed cruising and racing locally, the West Coast, Mexico and Hawaii. After the passing of the family Patriarch, the family is ready to sell her to the next steward that will enjoy her …

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