Cape Cod Boat Brokerage Service and Listings
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Pleasant Bay Boat and Spar offers a brokerage service, listing your boat on our web site, and with other resources if available. We work with the seller to match the most suitable buyer and price to the boat. We pride ourselves on the concept of matchmaking and not merely selling boats. As builders of the Classic Cat and Baybird and because of our network of customers and friends, we are particularly well suited to broker these boats.
For Sale: 1969 Marshall Sanderling Chat Cat. Well cared for and lovingly sailed; located in Chatham, MA. Comes with 8HP Mercury (2000) and extras such as cushions and sail cover, all in reasonably good condition. Please inquire at Pleasant Bay Boat and Spar Company 508-240-0058 for further details. Act now and the possibility of finishing out the summer on Nantucket Sound may be part of the deal!
Comes complete with sail, sail cover, 2000 8HP Mercury O/B, cockpit and cabin cushions all in good condition.
Asking price: $9,000.00
2000 Compass Classic Cat
We are brokering a 2000 Compass Classic Cat built by Merv Hammatt. The boat was a consistent winner in the Thimble Islands fleet until the owner and skipper, Spencer Gowrie, retired. This boat will need a total upgrade, including a new rig, sail and all new trim. There is a full description of our upgrade offers described in the pdf attachment below. This is a wonderful opportunity to own a fast cat, completely upgraded to our highest standards at a cost below that of a new boat.
Asking price: $4,000.00 firm
2002 Menger 19 Catboat, located on AuTrain Lake in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Tabernacle mast, tanbark sail w/cover, lazy jacks, jiffy reef, trailering-winter cover , Port-a-Potty, new cockpit cushions, bronze steps on rudder and transom, manual bilge pump, 2005 Johnson 8 hp engine in well, running lights, 2 brass cabin lights, masthead light, bunk cushions, 12V deep cycle battery in case, Danforth anchor and 150' line and chain, varnished ash drop leaf table on centerboard trunk in cabin, ash trimmed shelf on forward and aft bulkhead, storage under bunks, laminated ash and mahogany tiller, two net hammocks in cabin, bronze cat's eye ports, varnished ash wainscoting on cabin sides, teak and holly sole, molded cockpit with two lockable hatches, Cetol on teak, inside winter storage, freshwater use only, Load-rite 3200# capacity trailer (w/galv. rollers and bunks, 3 keel rollers, jack stand, surge brakes, and spare tire). Additional photos available. The boat is in excellent condition both mechanically and cosmetically.
Asking price: $26,500
Spaulding Dunbar Sharpie
For Sale: beautiful 24 foot Sharpie ketch designed by Spaulding Dunbar for Philip Moskoff, who built her in 1985, and sailed her lovingly until very recently. The design was based on a Chapelle sharpie but with the added benefit of Spaulding Dunbar's unique design approach. She draws less that 12" with the board up; three feet with the board down. Marconi rigged with solid Sitka spruce spars; she's well balanced and easily single-handed. Well-built to heavy scantlings; bronze edge nailed strip-planked Philippine mahogany on oak frames. Photographs of the construction are available for a complete understanding of how well built this boat is. This is a wooden boat and should go to someone who can manage the maintenance. The owner is seeking the right person to take over stewardship of this classic Dunbar design.
Best offer considered.
Cold Molded Baybird
Starling is hull # 1, a cold molded Baybird built by Pleasant Bay Boat and Spar Company in 2009. The lines were taken off one of the last of the original wooden Baybirds and redrawn, capturing the essence of the original Starling Burgess design. Featured in Wooden Boat Publications 2010 Small Boat Magazine, she also won Best Professionally Built Sailboat at the 2010 Wooden Boat Show in Mystic, CT.
Starling is built to our highest standards, cold molded with cedar strips overlaid with two layers of 1/8" Spanish cedar cross diagonally set in West System epoxy, then sheathed inside and out with Dynel fabric. This building process results in a strong but easily maintained hull with almost all the attributes of a wooden boat.
The seats are our standard slatted cedar, unfinished. The trim is mahogany finished in Cetol, with unfinished teak rails.
The rig is our standard hollow fir mast and gaff with a solid fir boom. Standing rigging is made up of Amsteel synthetic line and Colligo fittings, replacing the traditional stainless steel wire and turnbuckle arrangement with a more modern technology.
Read more about the Baybird on our web site under Production Boats or visit our Baybird Facebook Page. This boat comes with a Quantum Thurston mainsail and jib, cut in 2010.
This is a 21'4" center console that we built at our old shop under the old name of Marine Restoration in 2004-05, after the infamous Tolman Skiff which we took the liberty to modify and improve the construction while keeping true to the original designs.
The construction is glued plywood over a traditional stem/keelson/transom backbone. The structure is vertical grain Douglas fir. The plywood is BS 1088 Meranti, sheathed inside and out with 10oz cloth and biaxial on seams. The side decks are framed and sheathed in plywood and epoxied cloth, trimmed out with laminated mahogany coaming.
Power is a Yamaha 2004 115HP. The leaning post and center console are stock items.
This is a very sea worthy but simple skiff, easily trailered, with a modified Vee hull shape drawing only 12" making it the perfect all weather boat. Hull displacement is 1600lbs.