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2005Seattle, WA

Sonic has been converted to max prod length with many new sails and has competitive ratings In IRC, ORR and PHRF. Sonic has been continuously updated and maintained. Sonic is “Turn-Key” in all regards complete with entry in the 2022 PacCup. Sonic is a third generation Farr® Transpac 52, built by Cookson Boats of New Zealand, was developed to compete in both the […]

1998Seattle, WA

Shearwater was laid up in Rhode Island and finished in 1998 by J Composites in France.  Many prefer the J Composites finish design over the US option. A notable difference on deck is the large anchor locker forward, something many US finished boats do not have, and below the deck, various comfort differences are obvious. Shearwater is currently upgraded, […]

1987Seattle, WA

Otava is a well cared for Jeanneau 38 that is ready to take you cruising today.  Designed by Tony Castro after leaving the Ron Holland group on the 1980’s the Jeanneau Sunshine 38 brought performance into the vocabulary of the cruising world. Fin keel, performance rudder and masthead rig combined with the added waterline created by […]

Sold – August 2022
2006Our Docks (Shilshole Marina, Seattle)

Hull #127 of the performance oriented Melges 32.  Sailed by Team Sail Like a Girl in the Race to ‘Alaska to a top podium finish in 2018 – proving the Melges 32 isn’t just an around the buoys boat, she’s also a capable distance racer. A dynamic design that’s ready to plane downwind at a […]

2015Seattle, WA

As one sailing mother of two expressed at a boat show.  “Now this is my idea of a cruising boat.”  Yes she has mostly raced on boats with no headroom or amenities at all.  The J/88 not only is a race winner but also serves as a great day-sailor, weekender or beyond. Jam Jam is […]