Knarrs For Sale

US124 for sale at $15,000. PIPER is Borreson Knarr #52, built in 1966, and won the 1966 World Championships in Copenhagen, then named Blue Peter. PIPER has been maintained to Bristol standard, with a bottom job and service at the Spaulding Boatworks 14 months ago. All paint and varnish, inside and out, is in excellent condition. She comes with two suits of sails, one used and one brand new, and a full-boat cover. If you want a boat just to sail, she's ready to go. If you want to race, she'll need to upgrade to an aluminum mast, which would cost $7000 installed. The price reflects a significant reduction to allow for this upgrade. Please contact the Spaulding Marine Center at 414-332-3179 or info@spauldingcenter.org

 

Cheers,

Clark Beek

General Manager

Spaulding Marine Center

For sale:  US 99 

Soren Hanson Rebuild and multiple rennovations at Svendsen's yard. Cityfront berth subject to harbormaster limitations. Fastboat with pristine brightwork. $35K Contact Jason Holloway at holloway_jason@alumni-gsb.stanford.edu

EOS Sale. Eos 107 is a 1961 Borresen made Knarr.  She was built in Denmark and completely rebuilt in approximately 2005 by the bay areas premier Knarr restorer. 


She is in bristol condition and has been completely outfitted for the racecourse. She comes with three sets of sails.  North sails with 4+ years, Doyles with 2+ years, and a new set of Quantum sails with only one day of racing. She has a full cover, great Sausalito berth in Sausalito Yacht Harbor and on the short wait list at West Harbour, Scott Street, San Francisco. A new Mercury 2.5 HP long shaft motor with less than 10 hours with a custom port attachment included. 

 

Her hull has been faired.  She is an extremely fast boat in great condition.  She is 30 feet long and weighs approximately 4000 pounds.


SOLD

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