Re: Buccaneer 325 for sale
- First group under Photos right here;
Nice looking boat from what I can see. I wish you where
--- In BaylinerBuccaneerGroup@yahoogroups.com, "Lane" <lanekthomas@...> wrote:
> Where can we see pics?
> --- In BaylinerBuccaneerGroup@yahoogroups.com, "James" <jp.leghorn@> wrote:
> > I am reluctantly placing my 1976 Buccaneer 325 Center Cockpit sloop for sale. In large part, health issues are continually preventing me from getting out on her as much as I would like. Love the boat and won't give her away, but for $20,000 firm, she is a lot of boat for the money. She was well equiped when I bought her with roller furling jib, full canvas enclosure, auto pilot, wheel steering, VHF, radar and GPS. I added a power anchor windlass, Olympia to Port Hardy chart chip for the GPS, and a Lectra Scan legal overboard discharge waste system switchable to 20 gallon holding tank. I also added a 9.4' dinghy, solar panels, new mattresses in the forward v-berth and modified the single berth in the aft private stateroom to make into a 7' long double berth. The boat has a Dickenson diesel stove and a 110 refridgerator and microwave oven. The 7' headroom head in the main cabin has a shower, with water heated either by shore power or the engine. Everyone who comes aboard marvels at the amount of accomodation she has, which is more like a 40 footer. The boat is 32.5' long on deck, and 36' overall with bow sprit and swim step. She has an 11' beam. Post a reply on this forum, or call 360-440-0257. Dunwerkin is located in Olympia, WA at Swantown Marina.