This is a Dufour 50 with a modified interior that has a full owner's
cabin forward. Her current owner has had her for 10 years and often
single hands her on the Chesapeake Bay. The full size centerline berth
and private forward head make this a great layout and perfect liveaboard.
KITTIWAKE is the most popular version of the Shannon Yachts,
especially for the cruising couple that wishes to combine offshore
passages with live aboard comfort of a custom interior. She is an
extremely well maintained vessel completely ready to cruise. All systems are in good working
order. Her shallow draft (4'9"with the board up) makes her
ideal for cruising the east coast and her mast height of 63' allows
clearance for the Intracoastal Waterway bridges. She was just hauled
and the hull was waxed, bottom painted 2018. She is ready now to go
head to the Bahamas.
Important features include:
Two cabin, Two head layout
Staysail Ketch rig
New Standing rigging
Full complement of sails
Most popular hull built by Shannon
Offshore hull designed for safety and reducing fatigue
Reverse Cycle air conditioning
Major refits in addition to continuous maintenance
This Bavaria is very well engineered and built and has had very light
use. She is in excellent condition and her owner has given her proper
professional care. Her fiberglass nonskid decks are low maintenance.
She has air conditioning(2014), New Dodger and Bimini top and sun
screens (2017) New main cabin cushions (2015) New refrigeration (2016)
and a new Garmin chart plotter (2017) She has never left the
Chesapeake Bay and has less than 800 engine hours. This is a very
This Catalina 350 CELEBRATION is in excellent condition and has had
good care. She has in-mast furling, wing keel shoal draft,
Airconditioning, refrigeration, all electronics were replaced in 2014.
She has 769 hours on her Universal diesel. You won't be disappointed
if you come to see this boat. She is clean and fresh with no odors.
This is a FAST FUN Boat. Ready to sail in your PHRF Fleet.
PHRF of the Chesapeake has her at 96 and you can race with 3 or 4 in
a boat that is easy to rig and go.
"Most production boats are conceived with a design brief from a
builder who has a targeted market in mind. Not so the Landing School
30 (LS-30). It’s built by students at a non-profit boatbuilding and
design college. The Landing School and its resident designer, Steve
Dalzell, design and build boats as part of the curriculum: selling
them is an afterthought. As a result, only two or three LS30s will be
built each year, which means the school may have a new problem: this
cold-molded wooden rocketship just might create more demand than the
students can supply".