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AUGUST 2018 • VOLUME 110 NO. 8

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Overblue 58

This Italian catamaran/ houseboat’s capabilities go beyond its first impression. BY CAPT. TOM SERIO

F E AT U R E S

After a long winter of repair, maintenance and systems replacement, a summer cruise puts everything to a real-world test. BY RICHARD SOTO

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Modern boat and yacht security is light-years ahead of where it was a few short years ago.

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The newest Krogen opens up the main deck and retains the builder’s seaworthiness and range.

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57 Palm Beach 70

Customer demand and input lead to a new flagship from Down Under.

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I N E V E RY I SS UE:

Find a cool dive spot near a hurricane hole.

14 Dock Box

Products, tips, Q&As and expert advice to make your boat more livable

59 Ask A Broker

Tips on buying and selling a boat

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BY CAPT. PAT R AINS

16 The Experts

BY ARNIE HAMMERMAN

A new builder aims for affordability and longdistance cruising. BY ZUZANA PROCHAZK A

8 West Coast Focus

Gear and accessories for your boat

20 Kadey-Krogen 50 Open

28 SeaPiper 35

How the editors see things

12 Mexico Report

42 8 Qualities of a Yacht Sales Professional

N E W B OATS : S E A TRIALS

6 From The Helm

Tidbits from the world of boating

BY LENNY RUDOW

Buyers and sellers should know what to look for in a good broker. BY ZUZANA PROCHAZK A

D E PA R T M E N TS

96 Name The Boat

Reader contest: Win a pair of Costa Sunglasses

On the cover: Kadey-Krogen 50 Open by Billy Black

32 All Systems Go(ish)

IN-DEPTH LOCAL BOATING NEWS AND EVENTS CALENDAR STARTS AFTER PAGE 56

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FROM THE HELM

By MIKE WERLING

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ALL THE NEW IT’S ALWAYS FUN WHEN something new comes to our attention, and in this issue we have three new “things” to write about. Yes, all three are new boats, which in and of itself isn’t exactly groundbreaking. We’ve written about three new boats in one issue before — more, to tell the truth. What’s different about these three is that one of them is a completely new style we haven’t really reviewed before, one is a traditional style done in a new way and one is a from a tried-and-true builder that decided to try something different on the interior. The latter of those is Kadey-Krogen. Its brand new 50 Open is reviewed starting on page 20. The hull, well it’s a Kadey-Krogen design. And why not? Those hulls have roamed the oceans all over the world. On this one, the “new” is on the main deck, where the pilothouse is up just one step from the salon/ galley and is open to the rest of the cabin. Hence, the model’s name: 50 Open. A partition can be raised at the push of a button to create a measure of separation, but the light and open design is something a lot of cruisers are going to like. The boat that’s completely new, at least to us, is the Overblue 58, which can be found on page 24. It’s an interesting hybrid of a

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catamaran and a houseboat. Two hulls — not pontoons — keep the boat high in the water and deliver efficiency, balance and sturdiness, and a houseboat-like superstructure provides plenty of room for a salon, a galley, and three or four staterooms. The flybridge is huge, creating a party palace and/or social zone. It’s not going to appeal to everyone (what boat does?), but our tester came away thinking it can do more than its first impression implies. The last bit of new I’ll mention here is the SeaPiper 35 on page 28. It’s a 35-foot trawler that looks like a crabber. The cockpit is amidships instead of aft, which separates the two living spaces on the boat. Forward is the sleeping cabin, which includes a wet head, and aft is the helm, the salon and the galley. A forward cabin door ensures the captain can be part of the action in the cockpit. With an 8-foot, 6-inch beam, the boat is trailerable — probably want a big pickup to pull it — which might make it a bit tippy, but the designer left room for buyers to add a gyrostabilizer. There you have it. What’s old is new, and what’s new is new. And it’s all here. Take a look.

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WEST COAST FOCUS

By STEPHANIE SHIBATA

L E A D B O AT • S A N L O R E N Z O S X 8 8

Super THE ITALIAN BUILDER GIVES AMERICAN BUYERS A TASTE OF THE MED WITH FEATURES MORE AT HOME IN THE U.S.

half feet long, the Sanlorenzo SX88 Americas Edition qualifies as a superyacht, but the SX88 is a bit difficult to nail down as one kind of yacht or another. It’s more of a crossover between a flybridge motoryacht, an expedition yacht and a sport or express yacht (and maybe a tinge of wakesports boat). Its high bow protects a social zone that consists of a C-shaped settee around a table, and from there the bulwarks slope subtly downward as they move aft to a cockpit that is big, open and versatile. Underway, the 323-square-foot area can accommodate a 15-foot tender and a PWC. With the tender and PWC deployed — using a davit that is hidden in the bulwark/handrail — the area can host multiple tables and chairs. Then, a section of the cockpit — aft, middle, about half the width — can be lowered into the water to create a submerged beach. A built-in ladder deploys as the platform lowers. Up five stairs to either side is the upper cockpit, with a table for up to eight people, and through two doors in an all-glass bulkhead is the main cabin, where owners can opt for a salon aft and a master stateroom forward or an open plan throughout. Either way, massive windows dominate. Belowdecks are four or five cabins and, depending on the main-deck arrangement, the galley. The flybridge includes the only helm (a doublewide driving seat has an identical companion to port), a large L-shaped settee, a bar with three stools, an entertainment center and two large settees aft with chaise lounge options. The hardtop covers the forward half, and there are options for a full or partial enclosure. A stout fiberglass hull is complemented by a carbon-fiber superstructure, and triple Volvo D13 IPS1050 diesels provide a top speed of 23 knots. The Americas Edition comes with an American standard 220v/60 Hz power system and many other features U.S. boaters demand, including full AC, two 29 kw gensets, VHF with U.S. channels and much more. Stan Miller Yachts (stanmilleryachts.com) is the West Coast Sanlorenzo dealer. Sanlorenzo, sanlorenzoamericas.com

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Social spaces abound on the SX88, but the lower aft cockpit (second from bottom) is sure to be the main attraction while the boat is at the dock or on the hook.

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By STEPHANIE SHIBATA

NAME THE BOAT CONTEST WINNER

Audra Smith from Huntington Beach, Calif., was the first of several to supply the winning boat name, Neanderhull. For digging deep for the answer and impressing fellow Sea readers, Audra will receive a pair of sunglasses from Costa (costadelmar.com), valued at up to $279. Thanks for playing, and keep your submissions coming. HONORABLE MENTIONS

Wave Dweller

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FV Flintstone

Homo Seapien

Mono-lith

Ralph Brown, Murrieta, CA

Lascaux Bateau

Jurassic Ark

David Michael Lintner, Clarkston, MI

Ben Ryan, Port Orchard, WA Andrew Mesher, Denver

JUNE WINNER:

Neanderhull To participate in this month’s contest, turn to page 96.

WATERY HOLIDAYS

Many marine-driven holidays exist and are celebrated each year. We’re sure you don’t need another excuse to go cruising, but just in case, check out this list of waterlogged celebrations. Day (April 11) • National Sea Monkey Day (May 16) • United States National Maritime Day (May 22) • World Ocean Day (June 8) • National Catfish Day (June 25) • Lighthouse Day (Aug. 7) • International Talk Like a Pirate Day (Sept. 19)

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Kirkland Fritz, Roseville, CA Robert Daniel, San Diego

Jesse Schrater, Ridgefield, WA David Hodges, Rosa, CA John Garland, Poulsbo, WA Robb Butkus, Palm Springs, CA

Flybridge on the Wall Ye Olde Sea Tag Michael Nichelini, Petaluma, CA

Gene Mandac, West Hills, CA

Fossil Fueled

Bruce Crockard, Rancho Mirage, CA

Wallcraft

Millennium Falcon Fishtory

Katie McCreadie, Klamath Falls, OR

No License Required A FEW RARE DAYS A YEAR, each state offers the opportunity to fish without purchasing a sportfishing license. It’s a great day to give fishing a try or for experienced anglers to take out their family and friends. Remaining free days in 2018 are as follows on the West Coast: • California: Sept. 1 • Oregon: Sept. 1-2, Nov. 23-24

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On May 8, the largest wave ever recorded in the Southern Ocean was measured by a solar-powered buoy. The giant open-ocean wave towered 78 feet, about the height of an eight-story building or about one-third the height of Oasis of the Seas, the world’s largest cruise ship.

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W H AT A C O N C E P T !

Under the Radar

A stealthy boat that looks more like a B-2 than a yacht, MY Roswell is a dream design concept from designer George Lucian (georgelucian.com). If it is ever built, the full-aluminum 65-meter superyacht will have a discrete radar footprint, if any.

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STAR OF THE SHOW

The stars of movies are not always actors. Sometimes, the star is something instead of someone. Boats — famous and infamous — have driven many plotlines in movie classics through the years. We found a few that our readers are sure to remember. Can you match the movie star boat name to its movie? 1. S.S. Immaculata 2. Orca 3. New Caledonia 4. USS Aspen 5. The Charlotte 6. Jenny

A. “Overboard” (1987) B. “Forrest Gump” (1994) C. “National Treasure” (2004) D. “Some Like it Hot” (1959) E. “Full Fathom Five” (1990) F. “Jaws” (1975)

Answer Key: 1, A (vessel’s real name: Attessa); 2, F (built for the film and vanished off the lot); 3, D (vessel’s real name: Lucky Lady, sank in 2009); 4, E; 5, C (real ship sank in 1818); 6, B (vessel was made for the movie and vanished in 2014)

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MEXICO REPORT

By CAPT. PAT RAINS

DIVER DOWN Chill out in the coolest dive spots around the Sea of Cortez.

ACCESS TO REMOTE PLACES is one of the coolest advantages of boat ownership. While

land-based folks sweat their way through summer, boat owners can cool off in a few of the most interesting dive spots that are accessible only by boat. Since August and September comprise the height of the summer storm season in Mexico, it’s best to stay close to safe ports. With that in mind, here are remote dive spots near hurricane holes in the Sea of Cortez, which Jacques Cousteau dubbed the Aquarium of the World.

GEARED UP?

Whether you do serious scuba diving or just snorkel around the boat, give all the dive gear a summer safety check. When’s the last time the scuba tanks were inspected? Are they full? Did you flush the sand and salt water out of the regulator with fresh water before you stowed it last? If not, flush it now. Do you need to replace worn-out straps on the fins, masks and snorkel tubes? Is your boat’s swim step or ladder ready for divers to get in and out safely? Is your dinghy easy to board, or do you need to hang a rope ladder? Do you have plenty of waterproof sunblock? Bigger boats are likely to carry some scuba gear — maybe even a compressor — as safety gear for making emergency DIY bottom repairs. Since that’s often the original excuse for the investment, you may as well “limber it up” for recreational pleasure, just in case. What about wetsuits? Sea of Cortez coastal waters are usually warm enough during summer that a full-body neoprene wetsuit is overkill. But the added flotation of even a “shorty” wetsuit (shorts and a short-sleeved or tank top) will benefit children, older people and novice swimmers. A long-sleeved T-shirt over a swimsuit prevents sunburn. Protect your feet with booties.

CHECK IT OUT

AN EASY WAY TO check out a new-to-you

dive location is to anchor nearby and snorkel over it to see what catches your eye. Or take the dinghy around a few corners, anchor it off the nearest beach and swim around with the snorkel to determine if conditions are favorable and inviting. If you see any jellyfish, move on. Remember to shuffle your feet in the sand to scare away any sleeping stingrays. To avoid tourist-heavy locations we’ll look at the most interesting boater-only dive spots within a day’s sail of the hurricane holes of La Paz, Puerto Escondido, the Midriff Islands, L.A. Bay and San Carlos.

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Boaters can anchor in El Empachado Cove on the southwest side of Isla Espiritu Santo to dive the wreck of Fang Ming, the 185-foot steel-hulled Chinese smuggling vessel seized with 88 men and seven women in confinement. Sunk in 1999 a quarter of a mile west of this cove, Fang Ming sits 69 feet down on the sand bottom and attracts a lot of marine life. Dive through the “Garden in the Sea,” a sculptural grouping submerged in 2017 off the north side of Monument Rock in the middle of Caleta Candelero. This environmental project shows how quickly marine flora and fauna thrive. But don’t anchor atop the sculptures: 24 degrees 30 minutes 18 seconds north latitude, 110 degrees 23 minutes 25 seconds west longitude.

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Puerto Escondido Isla Danzante carries a nav light on its south end to mark a lovely linear reef that stretches less than a quarter of a mile southeast. Danzante Reef’s near-shore half is often breaking, so dive the south half. Current and upwellings bring nutrients to the colorful sea life on Danzante Reef. One mile northeast is Danzante Arch, seldom visited by tourists. Danzante Reef is less than 5 miles from Marina Puerto Escondido. The nearest anchorage is Honeymoon Cove (Luna de Miel) on Danzante’s northwest quadrant. Alternately, V Cove on the north side of Carmen Island is a unique dive excursion reserved for summer. Here is a sea-level cave that’s roomy enough to enter via dinghy, SUP or kayak; at low tide, the small beach at the cave’s far end is accessible. V Cove is about one and three-quarter miles southwest of Punta Lobos, the bold northeast tip of Carmen Island. During hurricane season, boaters who keep a close eye on the weather can roam freely around the upper Sea of Cortez.

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From the Puerto Don Juan hurricane hole, near Bahia de Los Angeles, there are 17 separate islands that run north for 10 miles and provide six intimate dive spots. Of those, my favorite is Ventana Reef (15 to 35 feet), which runs southeast from Isla Ventana. If you’re hunkered down in Puerto Refugio at the north end of Guardian Angel Island, the two best dive spots are False Pass at the south tip of Isla Division and Isla Piedra Blanca in the middle of Refugio’s East Bay.

San Carlos From the summer shelter of San Carlos, Sonora, boaters can zoom 15 miles west to Isla San Pedro Nolasco where hammerhead sharks gather for their annual mating rendezvous in August, while some stay through November. La Cueva on the island’s southeast flank has a good cave dive. If you’re exploring north up the coast, find primo diving reefs at Himalaya, Venazia and Seri Muerto Cove.

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DOCK BOX

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Marine conditions require rugged products, and the 817 Kona 12v fan is designed to hold up to them. Featuring a watertight motor and constructed of extruded aluminum and UV-stabilized plastic and stainless fasteners, the Kona can survive on a wheelhouse dash or an exposed bridge or cockpit where it will be splashed and sprayed. Powered by a standard lighter-plug adapter that makes it portable, the threespeed motor draws 0.21 amps on low. A suction cup or bracket mount allows for a more permanent installation. caframolifestylesolutions.com/ marine

The 708 Flush-Mount Push Pole Holder from Accon Marine keeps valuable equipment secure and within easy reach. Retractable, it tucks out of the way when not in use and preserves a boat’s clean lines and reduces the chance of snagging a line. The 708 FlushMount Push Pole Holder features durable 316 stainless steel and UV-resistant glass-filled nylon construction for long life and durability. In use, it suspends poles 11/16 inch off the deck. Model 708-R (ring-type) and 710 (surface-mount) holders are also available. acconmarine.com

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The new West Marine 12 LED Underwater Light is built with a heavy-duty bronze housing and a glass lens. RGBW technology allows the user to pick from a wide range of colors using the West Marine RGBW Controller (not included). This light is for underwater use only and features a multicolored adjustable hue: red, green, blue and white. The light requires 21v DC and it mounts to the hull with stainless steel self-tapping screws. westmarine.com

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CORRECTION On page 20 of our June issue, we indicated the Fortress Marine Stow Away Bag (fortressanchors.com) includes an anchor and six feet of chain, which it does not. It can hold those items, but they are purchased separately. We apologize for the incorrect information.

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THE EXPERTS

By DEANE HISLOP

HOLDING IT ALL TOGETHER

The shaft coupling deserves regular inspection and maintenance. BY DEANE HISLOP

A NUMBER OF YEARS ago a friend’s bad experience taught me the

importance of checking the coupling nuts and bolts during routine maintenance. We were buddy boating in the San Juan Islands. It was a beautiful Northwest summer day and we planned to relocate to Jones Island for a couple of nights. We arrived first and secured Easy Goin’ to one of the park buoys. Our friends planned to raft alongside. As they approached, their boat’s port engine suddenly had no forward or reverse gears. Once the boats were rafted together, we sent our wives and kids ashore in the dinghies, so the two of us could go to the engine room and determine if we could fix the problem. What we discovered was the nuts and bolts holding the coupling together had parted, and half of the coupling was the only thing stopping the shaft from sliding through the stuffing box, dropping into Davy Jones’ locker and leaving a 1¼-inch hole in the bottom of the boat. 16

The coupling between the transmission and the shaft (top right) is an essential connection on any boat. Ensure the vital components — nuts, bolts, washers — are in tiptop shape.

We spent the next two hours fishing the six nuts, the bolts and the lock washers out of the bilge, pulling the shaft back through the stuffing box and reassembling the coupling before taking the boat for a test run. After that cruise, I decided to learn more about these couplings and their required maintenance. I was amazed how such simple machined couplings are able to withstand all the stress and horsepower. The coupling connects the prop shaft to the output flange of the transmission. The mating surface of this coupling is precisely ground and should be perfectly flat, so it will mate to its matched partner, the transmission flange. The prop shaft is usually pressed into the coupling and secured in place with the aid of two set screws, which fit securely into machined dimples that are drilled 90 degrees apart and must align perfectly with the threaded holes in the coupling. Alternatively, the shaft might have a key and keyway arrangement not unlike the propeller. That arrangement would also utilize a nut, and this end of the shaft would

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ASK THE EXPERTS be threaded too. The nut will either be castellated or incorporate a nylon-locking insert. If it’s castellated, be sure a new cotter pin is installed each time the nut is removed. If it’s of the nylon-locking style, be sure the nylon insert is still substantial enough to provide locking friction. I would not recommend using any nylon nut twice. If set screws are used, it is imperative

they be safety wired in place, meaning the set screws must be drilled to provide a hole for a seizing wire to pass through their head. Be careful: They are made of hardened steel and should not be struck with a center punch. The seizing wire should be of a sufficient diameter and strength — preferably stainless steel or Monel — to prevent the set screw from vibrating loose.

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It is also important to twist the wire tightly between the set screws to lock them in place. Using a thread locking compound affords double security and may actually aid in removal years later. If these screws are allowed to rust in place, they could become impossible to remove. The only alternatives are to drill them out or cut the prop shaft, both unpleasant and costly tasks. The coupling and set screw, if not painted (never paint mating surfaces), should be treated as often as necessary with a corrosion inhibitor. It’s better to use a type that dries to a waxy consistency rather than the silicone-based products that stay wet and will fly off from centrifugal force. The bolts that attach the coupling to the output flange should be made of mild steel and meet or exceed grade 5 specifications (at least three hash marks on their head). These bolts should never be replaced by stainless hardware, because stainless bolts of the same diameter are not as strong as high-carbon steel. (Most stainless bolts are rated grade 3 or lower.) These bolts should be installed with a lock washer and a thread locking compound. Anyone replacing these bolts should be certain they will not strike any part of the transmission housing. They may need to be cut to provide such clearance.

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should by now understand that some winters are predisposed to be long, cold, wet and financially hemorrhaging. This was one. It’s mid-March, but I finally have accepted that premise. Not wanting to waste the entire winter, I used the time to absorb life lessons. Here are some things I learned. I learned the flu has attributes, like one’s children. It will tease you into believing it’s coming for a brief stay but then move in with all associated luggage. No pre-season shot, pills (prescribed or OTC) or bottled

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liquids short of Maker’s Mark will get it to leave. It will test a relationship, whether marital or significant other. I learned that Keurig has an employee who should be bronzed and kept forever for her ingenuity. At some point in development she said, “What if somebody heats the water, puts the coffee container in, lowers the lid, and pushes the BIG button but forgets — because he has the flu and a wild dog — to put the cup there? We should make that base deep enough to hold the coffee that he won’t get, and put enough holes in the top so it all goes in.” You know danged well no guy would think of that. I learned that when ABC Nightly News claims that the upcoming storm has its sights set on 7 million citizens who haven’t even found their armoire from the last storm, there should be no question that the thrust of this storm, predicted to go straight from Houston to Chicago, will smack only into Taylor Avenue in Urbanna, Va., because you’ve been too sick to start the emergency generator. I learned it’s frustrating when your mouth tastes like somebody just forced you to eat from a Dempsey Dumpster. It’s more frustrating when a customer calls, all hale and hearty and chimes in with, “Oh, by the way, you were right about the scuppers causing the boat to sink.” And it’s beyond frustrating when he follows that statement by saying, “Since it was a Yamaha, and covered by insurance, I took it to XYZ Marine for repair.” You mean the Yamaha I’ve been servicing for more than 10 years? The boat I come to service at the drop of a hat so you can go fishing or take your family tubing? That boat? Did XYZ Marine tell you it would be done in a week? They did? You got that in writing, true? No? Please excuse me while I howl with laughter. I learned I’m grossly underpaid for the multiples of people I’m supposed to be: Weatherman: What day will it be dry and warm enough for you to work on my engine? Physician: Will you be well enough by Sunday morning to service my engine, so my guests can use it before they leave Sunday afternoon? Carnac: You serviced my engine last

year and said it was fine. This year it isn’t. What do you think is wrong with it? Banker: Thanks for getting my boat ready so quickly. I have your bill but it’ll be a month or so before I can pay it. I have taxes to pay first. Cartographer: You know where John Smith lives? He says he knows you. You don’t? Well, I live two doors to the east southeast of the

birdfeeder in his front yard. Finally, I learned there is no such thing as too much patience. Some days there’s no such thing as enough patience. If you and I meet at an aisle intersection in Costco and I have a cart full of cold meds and a case of Kleenex, please don’t ask how I am. It’ll take forever to get the Nyquil out of your hair.

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By ARNIE HAMMERMAN

KADEY-KROGEN 50 OPEN

The newest Krogen opens up the main deck and retains the builder’s seaworthiness and range. sea and the escape it provides from our daily life is a major reason many of us own boats. Enjoying the sunshine, smelling the sea breeze, and watching and feeling the waves roll by — simple pleasures — awaken a part of us that lies dormant on

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shore. The accommodations we need to be comfortable, the engineering we need to drive it and the electronics we need to help us navigate and communicate make us feel like we can continue over the horizon. That dream to escape and explore fuels our passion for boats and the sea. Even if we don’t use our boat to cross oceans, most of us have thought about it. After a hard day at the office, or an unusually long commute stuck in traffic, what if we could break free, get on the boat and keep going? Mike and Jackie Schmidt, a

The new Kadey-Krogen 50 Open combines the seakeeping and world-cruising range the builder is known for with an open and contemporary layout that is attracting a new breed of cruisers looking to follow their dreams across the sea.

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We set out from the Kadey-Krogen office in Salmon Bay and made our way up the Ship Canal, having decided to forego the locks that lead to Puget Sound. Conditions being meek everywhere, we decided to run our test on Lake Washington, whose fresh water affected our test numbers (we’ll get to that). As we cruised along the shoreline, I took the chance to explore the vessel, its salty lines giving it the appearance of a small ship, including a forward-sloped windshield and high freeboard and bulwarks. The cockpit aft is completely covered by the upper deck and connects to both the salon, which stretches Teak is an option, all the way to the port but the cherry gives side, and to a covered starboard walkway that the boat a light, leads forward. This contemporary feel. asymmetrical “widebody” arrangement — an option on smaller Kadey-Krogen models and standard on its larger vessels — provides more cabin room inside. Forward waterproof pilothouse doors on both sides open to protected landings with wing stations that allow the captain to dock on either side while being sheltered by a full Portuguese bridge forward that includes twin doors for easy foredeck access. Inside, the cabin features abundant American cherry, quality joiner work and book-matched grains. Teak is an option, but the cherry gives the boat a light, contemporary feel and complements the high-end furnishings aboard. The galley’s Cambria quartz countertops are more practical, slightly lighter and more modern looking than granite or marble. The galley contains all the amenities of home, including a six-burner gas Wolf stove/oven, a Subzero refrigerator/freezer, a stainless steel dishwasher, a trash compactor, a deep double sink and abundant storage. The main salon adjoins the galley aft and provides a quality gathering and entertaining area where people can interact with folks in the galley during meal prep.

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couple from Seattle, plan to do exactly that. After a long, difficult search to find the right boat — they chartered many different boats in various locations over several years, to see what appealed most to them — the Schmidts sold their landside home, bought a new Kadey-Krogen 50 Open, and moved aboard. They were gracious enough to let me come aboard and explain to me why they chose this particular boat on which to spend the next phase of their life on the sea. As a lifelong boater and one who dreams of cruising off into the sunset, I was excited to hear about the Schmidts’ endeavor, which begins in Seattle, and to have a chance to put the latest KadeyKrogen, the 50 Open, through its paces. With the Emerald City’s spring weather living up to its reputation and a series of low-pressure systems rolling through, I was hopeful we might get some serious weather in which to test the 50 Open’s seaworthiness and stability. Alas, come test day it was not to be. There was neither a cloud in the sky nor a breath of wind. Sunny and 80, it was the nicest day in weeks, one everyone had been waiting for, except me.

American cherry wood gives the interior a light, contemporary feel, and only one step up is required to move from the aft cabin bulkhead to the helm, which is open to the galley and salon — a first for Kadey-Krogen.

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retractable wall raises up on a lift and separates the galley at the touch of a button. The pilothouse is fully equipped with a centerline cherry-clad wheel, gauges, instruments within easy reach of the helm and a full glass bridge of Garmin MFDs. The wide counters provide room to spread out paper charts and include fiddles to hold binoculars, tablets, phones and more. Drawers and cabinets throughout provide storage everywhere space permits. A louvered door to port gives unprecedented access beneath the helm. Meticulous and carefully labeled wire runs allow owners to get at all the controls. This compartment is so large that my 6-foot, 4-inch son climbed in, turned around and lay beneath the dash, joking that he could sleep there.

Twin chairs to starboard and a settee with a high-low leafed table opposite provide plenty of salon seating. The long galley counter is ideal for informal dining and doubles as a serving area. Forward of the galley most Kadey-Krogens have a pronounced stairwell up to the pilothouse, but this is where the new Open version diverges. The pilothouse is a single step up from the galley/salon level, which provides better visibility aft from the helm and connects these areas in a way traditional raised pilothouses can’t. From the Stidd Ultraleather helm seat, the captain can easily converse with someone in the galley. The L-shaped seating area behind the helm includes a night berth and a high-low table, and is directly adjacent to the galley too. This connects the entire helm area with the galley and salon. The continuous and open main-deck layout is one of the key features that sold the Schmidts. They realized that much of their time would be spent in the living spaces of the boat, so they didn’t want as severe a separation of the pilothouse. When the 50 Open design brought more openness to the main level, the Schmidts were sold. Traditionalists might scoff, worrying that light from the galley and salon could create a distraction during passagemaking, but a

SPECS LOA 52 ft., 9 in. Beam 17 ft., 5 in. Draft 4 ft., 6 in. (w/twin engines) Displacement (half) 68,000 lbs. Fuel 1,240 gal. Water 400 gal. Power Twin 125 hp John Deere 4045TFM85 diesels Price (base) $1,549,000

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The cabins are accessed via a beautiful wood-lined curved stairwell from the pilothouse. All Kadey-Krogens are semicustom, and Alara is set up with three double cabins and two heads. The Schmidts decided to make the cabins nearly equal to accommodate their college-age boys when they come home. They wanted the boys to have substantial — and equivalent — quarters aboard. The forward cabin is the master. It houses an en suite head and additional storage, including two hanging lockers. A foyer stretches aft from the cabins to a soundproof engine room door. Standing headroom, bright lighting and well laid out equipment highlight this ship-like space. Inboard dipsticks are set up on the optional twin John Deere 125s, but outboard access is still possible even with the adjacent saddle tanks. (A single John Deere 230 hp diesel is standard.) A 12 kw Northern Lights generator, AC compressors, a central vacuum system and other componentry are neatly mounted, with hoses, sight gauges and outlets carefully aligned and labeled. We had now entered the lake and I climbed up from the cabin below, past the pilothouse and to the flybridge, where I could run the boat. The flybridge has an optional hardtop that covers the fully equipped helm, twin helm seats and a curved seating alcove to port. A double helm seat is available as an option and would improve access, especially around the table.

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The continuous and open main-deck layout is one of the key features that sold the Schmidts. Multiple drink holders and clever popup lighting surround the seating. A large RIB on chocks and a Steelhead Marine ES-1000 davit are positioned aft. Ahead of this a console contains a large stainless Sea Star grill, a recessed sink and storage, with plenty of room for an ice-maker or a refrigerator. The afternoon sun blazed high above as we began the test. We made reciprocal runs and took speed readings from the Garmin GPS and fuel burn numbers off the John Deere panels. Mike and Jackie chose the twin-engine version of the Kadey-Krogen 50 Open primarily for the redundancy that two engines afford. Both models have long centerline keels and protected apertures for the props. The twin version has triple keels aft.

Our test demonstrated that at a typical trawler speed of 6.65 knots the KadeyKrogen 50 Open has world-cruising capability with a range of more than 2,320 nautical miles (with a 10 percent reserve) and a total fuel burn of just 3.2 gph. But that was in fresh water, which, according to Krogen naval architects, adds 0.5 to 1.2 gph along the speed range. In salt water, the same speed should net a range of more than 2,750 miles. Company testing put the 50 Open’s range at more than 4,000 miles at 5.93 knots at 1200 rpm. Top speed was 9.7 knots. Although conditions were calm we did make a series of sharp turns, and the vessel was always responsive, plowing over its own wake like it was nothing, which we’d expect it to do even in much larger seas. During turns its desire to remain upright is

evident, as it remains nearly level instead of leaning into turns like faster deep-V hulls do. The sensation is a little strange at first, because it seems to lean slightly out but this is simply its hull form fighting the forces to lean at all. Our test was performed without the use of fin stabilizers, and they would likely affect trim.

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SEA TRIAL

By CAPT. TOM SERIO

OVERBLUE 58

This Italian catamaran/houseboat’s capabilities go beyond its first impression. can check out a test boat on separate occasions before I write a sea trial. Such was the case with the Overblue 58, which I first met earlier this year at the Yachts Miami Beach boat show (now the Miami Yacht Show) under sunny skies. A thorough walkthrough of the 58 introduced me to all the features that make this Overblue offering a unique option for a particular boat buyer. My second encounter was during a brief weather break in Ft. Lauderdale, under gray skies with rain and thunderstorms threatening. Overblue’s director of sales for North America, Harold Del Rosario, had been working hard to get me aboard, which wasn’t an easy task due to the vigorous rainy season and an active owner who had been cruising at every opportunity. We did finally get off the dock and into the ocean to get a real feel for the 58 as well as run some performance numbers. At first glance, most noticeable is Overblue 58’s unique profile. With a broad house structure, a bullnose

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bow and an extended flybridge deck, it emanates the vibe of a houseboat. But with twin hulls, it’s more akin to a catamaran. Well, it’s solely neither, but rather both. Let me explain. Overblue’s reps enlightened me at the show: The builder’s concept took an empty space, placed a metaphorical person in the middle and built the yacht around him. Conceptually, it should work; in actuality, it does work. All the living space is on the main level, like on a houseboat, including the staterooms. Boaters prone to claustrophobia can rest easy, since there’s no living space in the pontoons, which are dedicated to machinery, tankage and support systems. With twin hulls that are high and long to enhance the ride, and twin Volvo Penta D6 engines (435 hp) with straight drives, the 58 is a true power catamaran. And twin hulls offer increased stability and reduced roll effects to create a comfortable ride. Overblue has taken the best of houseboat space

The Overblue 58’s giant flybridge includes the boat’s only helm and has room for the entire party.

With a unique look and plenty of thought on how the 58 can be used, the Overblue team crafted a real entertainment platform. A cool feature is the master stateroom and its opening bow hatch. And the flybridge deck is likely the largest on a yacht in this class.

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At first glance, most noticeable is Overblue 58’s unique profile.

utilization and style and the seakeeping ability and speed of a power cat to create the latest entry into its fleet. From the massive hydraulic swim platform, which is large enough for a 13-foot tender, to the peak, the main deck is one level, making for easy transit and eliminating up-and-downs. On the aft deck is an L-shaped settee that starts on the port side and curves along almost the entire transom, stopping at the starboard boarding gate. Through large aft sliding doors that enable the blending of interior and exterior social

SPECS LOA 58 ft., 9 in. Beam 17 ft., 8 in. Draft 4 ft., 7 in. Displacement 44,000 lbs. Fuel 634 gal. Water 396 gal. Power Twin Volvo Penta D6 435 hp diesels Base price $997,000

spaces, the salon follows an open concept of design and layout. Owners can specify materials such as wall coverings, fabrics and flooring, as well as the desired layout. Our ride had light oak furnishings, white counters and light gray cabinets. Thanks to the generous space and a four-stateroom, eight-berth option, the 58 can be used as a charter yacht (or for a large family). Our test boat had three staterooms and six berths. Stepping in I was amazed by the sheer size of the salon/galley area, which takes full advantage of the boat’s 17-foot beam and its 6 feet, 9 inches of headroom (yup, 81 inches) and will be one of the main onboard gathering areas. Twin barrel chairs sit aft and to port, just behind the galley island — it’s connected to the port wall, yes, but calling it a peninsula sounds awkward. Surrounded by five hightop stools, the island is a fantastic location for casual meals or as an SEAMAGAZINE.COM AUGUST 2018

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Buyers can specify wall coverings, fabrics and flooring throughout the interior, and the swim platform can accommodate a 13-foot tender.

The party can go all day, since everything is readily available. impromptu work area. It’s a light and airy space courtesy of the aft sliding glass doors and five 32-inch-by-30-inch windows. Forward of the island is a U-galley that includes every appliance needed for an extended cruise. Don’t worry that the Overblue line is built in Italy, because the appliances are all American-known and serviced through reps in the U.S. Included in this galley are a fourburner AEG induction cooktop, a Bosch microwave oven, an AEG dishwasher, a full-height Bosch refrigerator/freezer and an exhaust hood. Dedicated racks store the dinner plates and sectioned drawers keep silverware in place. Overblue utilizes a little of the KISS concept — Keep it simple, stupid — in its structural design and layout. (KISS was a design principle noted by the U.S. Navy in 1960 that focused on simple designs that did away with unnecessary complexity.) The house structure is supported by the outer walls and bulkheads, which allows for some interior configuration changes that can be made with little fuss. The builder uses easy-to-maintain surfaces such as colored epoxies and lacquer finishes on cabinets and wood floorings that offer easy maintenance and durability. An L-shaped sofa and an accompanying rectangular wood high-low coffee table are on the starboard side and double as a dining spot. Low-profile furniture adds to the openness. Forward down the center hall are two guest staterooms, one to either side. Each one sports a double berth, reading lamps, a window — not portholes but bona fide sliders — and an en suite head with a basin sink, an electric toilet and a shower stall. Overblue can shift some of the interior walls around, depending on the layout. 26

Two prominent features aboard the Overblue 58 stand out from the many others, the first being the master stateroom. In the bow on the main level, the large and private space includes a king-size berth, lockers, an en suite head with his and hers sinks, and a large shower stall with a glass bi-fold door. The kicker is that the owners can be resting in bed and enjoy a commanding view forward, because the bow is a hydraulic hatch that lifts open. Three sliding doors open the master to the outdoors and also allow air to flow from stem to stern through the yacht, which I noticed the first time aboard. With room on the forward deck for a few chairs and folding tables, this may be the spot for morning coffee or a sunset cocktail. The second prominent feature is the flybridge. I mean, it’s huge. Overblue designed a practical layout, so guests can move freely from end to end and socialize in different areas. Forward of the helm is a thickly padded U-shaped open-air lounge settee that will easily become a central point. The settee is chocked in place so it won’t slide, and its occupants have good visibility forward and to the sides. Need more seating? There’s room

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forward of the settee for four lounge chairs and tables. Facing the settee, they create a conversation pit; facing forward they offer the best seat in the house. Along the aft end of the deck is a large sunpad. Buyers can opt for a dining table and chairs or more lounge seats, since there’s ample room in front of the sunpad. Under the hardtop is the helm station, which includes a center pod, a bolstered doublewide bench seat and a windscreen. The console is sufficiently sized for dual 16-inch chartplotter displays, a Volvo Penta joystick, a Sidepower bow thruster control, a VHF radio and other electronics. A dozen lights ring the bottom of the hardtop and six speakers supply the tunes. Just aft to starboard is a four-burner gas grill station. To port is a food prep station that houses a single-burner electric grill, a two-burner cooktop, a sink, a refrigerator and an ice-maker. The party can go all day, since everything is readily available. Performance-wise, the Overblue 58 did

D E TA I L S Standard Equipment Teak-covered steps on flybridge staircase, interior dining table, insulated engine rooms, 4-blade propellers, stern hot/cold shower, 15-gal. hot water heater, 2500-watt inverter, 6 bilge pumps and more. Optional Equipment 11 kw generator, bow/stern thrusters, watermaker, Raymarine or Garmin electronics, Jacuzzi, cockpit table, Fusion stereo system and more. Builder Overblue Shipyard, Cologne, Italy; overblue.it West Coast Dealer Richard Boland Yachts, Alameda, Calif.; (510) 521-6213; richardboland.com

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a good job despite the snotty conditions and 3-foot-plus seas. The boat cruised along at 10.2 knots at 2100 rpm, burning only 12 gph combined. At 15.2 knots, the Volvos burned 30 gph at 2900 rpm. Wide open, the engines hit 3400 rpm and 18.4 knots while burning 43 gph. The speed numbers are the average of reciprocal runs. We got a nice response from the Volvo Penta D6 engines, which are easily accessible via multiple deck hatches in each pontoon. Sure, the thin yet pointed twin hulls offer lighter weight, improved stability and a different roll effect — not a snap roll that’s common on a single hull in a beam sea — but the Overblue 58 is a near-coastal yacht. It’s not built to battle 6-foot seas, though I’m sure it can based on what I experienced. It’s a great cruiser — think lakes, Great Loop, Inside Passage, etc. — and would probably be right at home riding the gentle swells of the Pacific on the way to Catalina Island.

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SEAPIPER 35

A new builder aims for affordability and long-distance cruising.

boat shows will notice a sea (pun intended) of excellent powerboats on display. There are all sorts of different designs — fast, plush, compact and super-sized — but in general, they have one thing in common: they’re a significant financial obligation. Probably the second-biggest one most people will make. Noting this, SeaPiper designer and California resident Ritzo Muntinga set his sights on producing a durable, long-distance boat that would be easy to maintain and attainable for the average boater, even purchased new. Built in China, the new 35-footer is a no-nonsense vessel that will take its owners to places the others will, for less.

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The SeaPiper 35 is altogether a different kind of trawler, which I saw immediately from the dock. Like a crabbing trawler, its main outside space is amidships, abutted at the front by a sleeping cabin and head and aft by the pilothouse and galley. Farther aft is a compact cockpit with two seats. It has the hardy look of a boat that can wander far, and with a single diesel in the engine space, that’s pretty much true. The 60-squarefoot center cockpit, which houses a service winch, evokes thoughts of a workboat, but I can think of three positive reasons to have the 28

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main outdoor area in the middle. First, it’s the area on the boat with the least motion, so it’s comfortable even for folks who aren’t at ease on the sea. Second, it’s in full view of the pilothouse, so it can be monitored by the captain while underway, and its 30-inch coamings make it a safe area for small kids. Third, it sits low behind the forward accommodations and at anchor it’s protected. Side doors both port and starboard provide easy access from the dock, and from here passengers can go forward to stow clothes in the cabin or aft to pack provisions in the galley. These doors are also handy for boarding from a dinghy or as water access for swimming or diving, and the winch will make it easy to lift jerry cans or dive gear aboard. Bench seats along either side accommodate up to eight people for a gathering and also serve as steps up to the sidedecks,

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which lead to the bow. Here, a split anchor locker is accessible via two deck hatches, and the Maxwell RC8-8 electric windlass and the self-launching anchor roller will make light work of anchoring. Two 8-inch cleats are well placed to handle a snubber line or bridle, for extended periods at anchor. There’s also a collision bulkhead between the anchor locker and the forward cabin. Passengers who board via the aft swim platform will step in through transom doors whose reversing center post allows them to open inward or outward. Sliding doors open to two steps that lead down from the cockpit to the galley, which houses a two-burner LPG cooktop — no more running the genset just to make coffee — a 4.6-cubic-foot refrigerator, a single stainless steel sink and a microwave. Our test boat was equipped with the optional oven. There’s a 2,200-watt inverter to power the outlets and plenty of Corian countertop space atop which to prepare meals. Three steps up is the pilothouse, which includes a four-person L-shaped dinette whose high/low table can be converted into a 6-foot, 6-inch-long single berth (or a really cozy double) for the occasional guest. To starboard is an additional small settee and just ahead is the helm. It’s tucked into the corner and has space for an optional Raymarine electronics package installed on the dash. A destroyer wheel is mounted on the bulkhead and the steering is hydraulic. The finish here needs some rethinking, as does the space, which could use a more elegant layout for the electronics. Also, the helm seat needs a footrest the captain can use to steady himself in rough seas. A nice design feature is the inclusion of aft and forward doors. Open them both and the wind shoots through and cools down the space quickly, even if it’s been closed up and the sun has been beating through the surrounding windows. For ventilation underway, an overhead hatch and four opening portlights in the galley will draw air. The only cabin aboard is forward, separated from the rest of the interior and accessible via the mid-cockpit. There’s a nice V-berth forward, a hanging locker to starboard and a wet head with a Sealand electric macerating freshwater head to port. The freshwater head is an interesting choice on a vessel that is otherwise marked by its straightforward simplicity. The freshwater rinse will prevent odors from building up in the plumbing, but it will also be a draw on the freshwater supply, which is 140 gallons separated into three tanks. Add a water-maker, and it shouldn’t be a problem.

The SeaPiper’s sleeping cabin (two bottom left photos) is forward, while the main cabin — galley, salon, helm — is aft of the amidships cockpit.

will include some minor tweaks. It’s great that the designer and builder are open to boater feedback, which will change the details in future hulls. It was a typical day on the Pacific, with a 1-foot chop and a light breeze from the northwest. With the 22-inch four-blade prop turning at 2350 rpm, we settled in at 8.6 knots. That’s a little faster than the boat’s best economy cruise, which is between 6.5 and 7 knots, where it burns 1 gph and has a nearly 2,000-mile range on 270 gallons of fuel. We’re talking sailboat efficiency here, and that’s nice, but pushing for just an extra knot of speed doubles the fuel burn. At wide-open throttle with four people aboard and halffilled tanks, the SeaPiper reached 9.8 knots at 2800 rpm.

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While it can reach 9.8 knots easily, the SeaPiper 35 excels at around 6.5 knots, where its range stretches beyond 2,000 miles.

I found the boat a bit rolly when it was beam-to the swell, but not terribly so, and a Seakeeper gyrostabilizer is an option — there’s room built for it — for owners who want one. The single 85 hp Betamarine diesel is accessible via the cockpit sole just ahead of the pilothouse and also via interior floorboards. A ladder leads down from the cockpit to an engine room and auxiliary space that has good stowage capacity for additional systems, such as a water-maker. Onboard electrical is provided by four Group 31 house batteries, for a total of 420 amp hours, plus a separate engine starting battery that can be connected in parallel, if necessary. The diesel drives a 1¾-inch-thick stainless steel shaft that runs from amidships just about all the way aft and has a conventional shaft seal and cutlass bearing for easy DIY maintenance. Fuel is drawn in from wing tanks, each with its own fuel filter and deck fill. The SeaPiper has an easy way about it, running smoothly, turning gradually and generally behaving like a displacement vessel, which will be in the comfort zone for ex-sailors. A long keel keeps it tracking and will protect the prop and rudder in case of a beach grounding. Six watertight compartments have been added throughout the vessel for added safety. Visibility from the helm varies. Sightlines are good aft, and the captain can always keep an eye on what’s going on in the central cockpit ahead. I couldn’t quite see the bow, however, so docking or picking up a mooring will best be done by two people. Since the big prop kicks to port in reverse, the Vetus bow thruster helps immensely during backing maneuvers. Per the designer, another attractive feature of the 30

SeaPiper is that it’s trailerable, so owners can choose to cruise both coastal and inland waters. For example, with the optional Espar forced air heater, the 35 will be a good Great Loop boat, and with its workboat aesthetic, it will be right a home in the Pacific Northwest. Given its 17,000pound displacement, the 35 will likely need a super-duty truck — think F450 — as a tow vehicle. With solid FRP construction below the waterline and coring above, it’s not light for its size, but that’s likely to keep it more stable in snotty seas. The boat features a flat keel section that it can sit on and a highway-legal beam, so owners can take it from one cruising ground to another at 60 mph instead of at 8 knots,

The SeaPiper has an easy way about it, running smoothly, turning gradually and generally behaving like a displacement vessel.

D E TA I L S Standard Equipment Betamarine 85 hp diesel and TwinDisc transmission, 22-in. 4-blade prop, dripless shaft seal, LPG cooktop, Maxwell electric windlass, Sealand electric freshwater head and more. Optional Equipment NextGen 3.5 kw diesel genset, Espar diesel forced air heating, Dometic air conditioning, raw-water washdown, utility winch, bow thruster, Raymarine electronics suite, oven upgrade, Seakeeper gyrostabilizer and more. Builder SeaPiper, Aliso Viejo, Calif. (factory in China); seapiper.com. West Coast Dealer Dick Simon Yachts, Dana Point, Calif.; dicksimonyachts.com; (949) 493-2011

which opens a whole world of options. And of course, with a trailer, it can be stored on the hard instead of in the water when it’s not in use. The SeaPiper 35 is old school in its systems, which is refreshing in a world where everything is electronic and therefore more difficult to maintain. There’s really nothing on this boat that can’t be managed by an even minimally handy crew who are none too technical. A couple will be more than comfortable on long passages, and with ample stowage space both inside and out, they won’t have to leave much behind. Buyers looking for a flashy speedster won’t find the SeaPiper 35 to be right for them. It won’t plane or get to Catalina in less than an hour, and it won’t seat a big crowd for wild parties. But someone looking for a boat to cruise to Mexico singlehanded or a couple looking to travel up and down the coast will find it to be a good fit, not only for its range but also for its affordability. With $34,000 in added options, our test boat came in at $169,000. For a new boat, that’s a lot of bang for the buck.

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AFTER A LONG WINTER OF REPAIR, MAINTENANCE AND SYSTEMS REPLACEMENT, A SUMMER CRUISE PUTS EVERYTHING TO A REAL-WORLD TEST.

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IT’S AN EARLY OCTOBER MORNING AND WE’RE ON THE FERRY TO SEATTLE FROM OUR HOME ON WHIDBEY ISLAND. THE CROSSING IS CALM, ALMOST SERENE, THE MORNING SUN REFLECTING BRIGHTLY OFF RIPPLED SEAS — A PERFECT DAY TO GO BOAT SHOPPING. AT THE END OF LAST SUMMER’S BOATING SEASON, AND AFTER A DECADE OF DEDICATED OWNERSHIP, MY WIFE, GWEN, AND

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Today we’re checking out a 45-foot trawler I found online. The boat is located at a marina on Lake Union where the broker will meet us. We’re early, so I decide to check it out beforehand. In person, the boat is disappointing. The gelcoat is faded, brightwork is starting to peel and the boat, overall, looks run down. In pictures it looked promising but in person it has a boxy appearance and too much windage above the waterline. I call the broker and cancel the showing. As we’re about to leave, along comes Peter, a yacht broker we had worked with the previous year. When Peter hears we’ve restarted the search for a new boat, he smiles and says he has something special to show us, just down the dock. When I see it, I tell Peter, “It’s too big and too expensive!” Of course Peter, the ever-friendly boat broker, replies, “It costs you nothing to look.” We look at Peter’s boat, a one-owner 47-foot 2003 Selene Ocean Trawler — a beautiful yacht with a raised pilothouse, a

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What about our plan to downsize? Poof, goes that notion. The views, whether from the pilothouse (far left), the dinghy in Ganges Harbour (center), or in a picturesque unnamed cove (near left), make any Pacific Northwest cruise worth the time and effort. Off the boat, nature preserves such as the one at Pender Harbour (right), enhance the experience.

Portuguese bridge and traditional trawler styling. Our kind of boat. Gwen loves it inside and out. But what about our plan to downsize? Poof, goes that notion. In a short time we’ve negotiated an acceptable purchase price, and by the first week of December we are the new owners of a handsome motoryacht that we will rename Kika, for one of our granddaughters. It’s now the summer following the purchase of this new-to-us yacht, and we’re setting off on a six-week shakedown cruise through the Canadian Gulf Islands and to Desolation Sound. I spent the entire winter attacking a list of deferred maintenance and repair items, as well as undertaking a few big system upgrades, including a new navigation system for the pilothouse, new freshwater toilets and hoses to replace the old saltwater heads, and — the biggest and costliest project — installing a complete heating system, which took three weeks to complete. In addition to the furnace, we replaced the old water heater with

a new dual-coil copper-lined tank and installed an engine heat exchanger to deliver waste heat underway. To cap things off, we installed window defrosters in the pilothouse and a heated towel rack in the master head. But that was then. Now it’s late July and time to go cruising, so we can “field test” all those expensive and labor-intensive improvements. Our route for this six-week cruise will take us to mostly familiar destinations. This is not an adventure cruise but rather an opportunity to actually use all of Kika’s systems in cruising mode and, we hope, not end up with too much of a To-Redo list when we return in September. Leaving the San Juan Islands in our wake, we enter Canadian waters and report to customs at Bedwell Harbour. Cleared, we move on to Saltspring Island, a short 90-minute passage across Haro Strait. Given its swift-running current, Haro is a good place to dump our holding tank

(permitted in British Columbia) and to put into service the new diaphragm discharge pump we installed as part of the head upgrade. Diaphragm pumps are an excellent choice for this purpose, because they never clog and they can run dry. So here goes our first “trial run.” I switch on the new overboard pump and … nothing! The pump is running but there’s no outflow. I call the installer on my cellphone. “Did you open the overboard valve?” He asks. Of course I didn’t. It’s a stupid mistake that means I will have to disassemble the pump in order to pull out the rubber vane that got sucked in when the closed valve created a vacuum. After dropping anchor in Ganges Harbour, our first order of business is to fix the pump. I fetch the tools, a disposable baking pan to catch the dirty water and rubber gloves. This is stinky work,

but in no time I have the rubber vanes pulled back into position and the pump buttoned up. It works! To prevent this from happening again, I will install a Blue Seas circuit breaker toggle guard, which will prevent accidental discharge and serve as a “reminder” to check the position of the overboard valve before I energize the pump. All cleaned up, we can relax at anchor and enjoy the beautiful sunset playing out over the anchorage. Unfortunately, later that night we experience high winds that require an anchor watch through much of the night. Thankfully the ground tackle earns its keep and holds us in place, which is a relief, because on my list of routine SEAMAGAZINE.COM AUGUST 2018

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maintenance and repairs after buying Kika was “Check the solenoid switch to the electric windlass.” Glad I did, because it was corroded and needed to be replaced. Better that I found and fixed it at the marina rather than on a pitching bow at anchor.

AUGUST 26-SEPT. 3 DEPARTING GANGES, our next stop is supposed to be the port city of Nanaimo, but we miss slack water at Dodd Narrows and have to squeeze into Pirates Cove for the night. The next morning, with the wind still up, we move on to Nanaimo where we tie up and wait a few days for the straits to settle down. When the wind drops to 15 knots, we make the crossing to Egmont in Jervis Inlet where we rendezvous with Michael on Candor, a Willard trawler the same as our previous boat. The B.C. forest fires are still burning and have darkened the sky with smoke and ash, turning this usually scenic wilderness into a drab and unappealing backdrop. So rather than make the hours-long haul up the channel to Princess Louisa Inlet, we decide to stay over in Egmont and hike the trail out to see the notorious Skookumchuck Rapids, famous for treacherous whirlpools and six-foot deep 36

Eclectic pieces of maritime remembrance and other art abound throughout the Pacific Northwest, from a rusted anchor at Roche Harbor Marina and Resort (above left) to a tree sculpture built onto the tree itself, at the San Juan Islands Sculpture Park next to Roche.

overfalls, where tidal currents can run to 13 knots. With smoke from the wildfires blocking the sun, the day turns chilly, providing us an opportunity to use the new diesel furnace I installed last winter. The good news is the 45,000-Btu furnace heats our boat’s interior quickly and evenly. The bad news is it appears we have a small leak somewhere in the system. A gauge on the boiler indicates we are down a few pounds of pressure. It doesn’t require immediate attention, so it gets noted on the winter projects list. Marine diesel heating systems fall into two categories: forced air and hydronic. We installed a 45,000-Btu hydronic furnace made in Holland by Kabola. The unit weighs 175 pounds and is in the lazarette. When it’s fired up, the boiler heats water to 185 degrees and pumps it to a manifold in the engine room. From there it circulates via 5/8-inch PEX tubing to five separate radiators throughout the vessel; each is wired to a thermostat that controls a small 12v fan that delivers heat to the various living spaces. Another problem we discover is the thermostat in the companionway off the two staterooms is not functioning correctly. It reads 10 or more degrees higher than the other thermostats, so it turns off the heater fans before the space is adequately heated. Later in the year, while fixing the leak in the circulation system, I learned that the thermostat unit itself was absorbing indirect heat from the PEX tubing that runs behind the wall it’s mounted to. Fixing it will require moving the thermostat to the opposite wall. It’s not a difficult job, but it will require new wiring and filling in the empty screw holes left in the teak panel.

SEPT. 8-14 UPON ARRIVING at Prideaux Haven Marine Park and navigating the narrow entrance into the protected bay, we find a great spot to drop the anchor. From the pilothouse we have a picture-perfect view of the Coast mountain range to the east and a parade of

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boats arriving and departing through the bay’s skinny entrance. But best of all, the weather is perfect — warm and sunny with a gentle afternoon breeze — and dead calm overnight. We spend our time at anchor here trying to understand how to best utilize our freshwater system. Our previous boat had a single 300-gallon tank. We simply filled

booze and boat supplies — but mostly we just soak in the ambiance. We love our visits to Pender Harbour, but after a couple of days it’s time to move on. After leaving the dock, Gwen goes about her routine of retrieving fenders and storing the dock lines, and I notice we aren’t getting a GPS feed to the navigation screen. This has happened before but I

I manage to stretch a 90-minute run into a slow-motion two-hour cruise. it and consumed water until it needed to be refilled. On the Selene, fresh water is stored in two separate tanks: a 145-gallon tank forward, below our bed, and a second tank of similar size amidships in the engine room. Our problem is that the tanks don’t work as a single supply source. We need to monitor each tank separately, and when one is near empty, we go into the engine room to turn it off and open the other. We’ve also learned that the tank under our bed, if left half-full, will slosh around and keep us awake if the boat is rocking. And did I mention how loud the water pump is? I will look at the water system for improvements, including a quieter water pump.

SEPT. 14-16 LOCATED ON B.C.’S Sunshine Coast, the village of Pender Harbour is a popular vacation place for mainland visitors and a busy departure point for vessels transiting the Strait of Georgia. If space allows, we tie up on the government dock; if not, we’re happy to anchor off Madeira Park or in nearby Garden Bay. With two grocery stores, a pharmacy, a liquor store, a bookstore, and numerous cafes and restaurants in the village, Pender Harbour is always a delightful place to stock up on groceries,

still don’t know the cause. I restart the electronics and fuss with the computer. With the government docks close behind us and lots of boat traffic in the harbor, this is not the best time or place to troubleshoot an electronics problem. Then something occurs to me. I check the ship’s inverter and find that it’s switched Off. I’ve been turning it off when we anchor, to conserve battery power — we rarely need AC power, except to reheat coffee in the microwave — so I turn the inverter on, and voila! We now have GPS. What’s going on, I learn later, is the computer hub that collects the various data signals that feed into the PC is powered by 110VAC. With the inverter off, the hub is “silent.” This device and the Surface Pro tablet running our ship’s navigation software are configured to operate on 110v household current. One of my first “fixes” after our shakedown cruise was to convert the tablet PC and the data hub to run on DC power, simply by using an inexpensive DC converter that bumped up the boat’s native 12v power to 15v. Easy.

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THERE WAS A TIME not too long ago when owners had to wonder if their boat would be sitting where they left it, whether that was in a slip at a marina or on a trailer parked next to the house. For years there simply weren’t any security systems designed specifically for marine use on yachts and boats. When GPS tracking became common, locating stolen yachts became far easier. Of course, that was only if the thieves didn’t find and destroy the system. And even if an owner recovered his boat, he may not have been entirely happy with what he got back. Eventually companies began designing security systems specifically for boats and yachts.

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GOST (Global Ocean Security Technologies) deserves credit for being a pioneer in marine security, creating systems purely for use afloat rather than marinizing land-based security systems. Today yacht owners have a number of options to choose from to ensure their boat remains where they left it, and as technology continues its never-ceasing march forward, owners can find a range of layers of protection.

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GPS trackers remain a simple and inexpensive option. Marine trackers such as Spot Trace are very affordable at around $100, but most tracking systems usually require a service plan that can cost from $15 to $30 a month. And as has always been true of trackers, they don’t deter the theft; they make recovery much more likely. The most basic security systems that attempt to prevent the theft in the first place are exactly what one would expect: alarms wired to trigger when a nefarious individual begins fiddling with the boat. Much like car alarms, these are fairly simple and commonly consist of an audible siren, perhaps lights and/or a strobe, and triggering mechanisms. By necessity the triggers are, however, often different than those created for automobiles or homes. Boats don’t always have standard-issue doors. Those that have such doors, yachts for example, can certainly utilize a contact, but other more creative triggers specialized for boats have been developed, such as snap sensors that trigger when a boat’s canvas cover is unsnapped, and pressure mats that can be placed in boarding areas. These simple systems, available from manufacturers such as Aqualarm and TH Marine, are inexpensive — plan to spend between $100 and $300 — and can be installed in a matter of minutes, but thieves, being thieves, can disable such systems. MOR E IN VOLV ED

One big step up the antitheft food chain are communicative systems. These not only sound an audible alarm and/or flash lights but also alert the boat’s owner to the situation, usually via an SMS text message. More rudimentary systems send only an emergency text, while the better systems send a text, call the owner and/or blast an alarm on the scene, all at the same time. Since these types of systems are commonly GPS-equipped, they simultaneously serve the function of a tracker. Made by the likes of GOST and Lookout, they can be set off by either a physical trigger or when the boat crosses a pre-programmed GPS geo-fence. Once activated, they alert the owner and provide him with critical data that includes the boat’s exact location and its direction and speed of travel. As one would expect, however, the cost of these systems is commonly double or triple that of the simple alarms. On top of that, monthly satellite and/or cellular fees are required to keep them active.

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Even more advanced systems from the likes of GOST, Siren Marine, Eye On Board and Yacht Protector essentially make a yacht a part of the IoT, or Internet of Things. They not only sound an alarm, send a text or phone alert, and track the boat’s position, but they also allow an owner to interface with her boat from afar via an app on her cellphone or to access a website from a desktop computer. Some are advanced enough that the owner who receives an alert saying her boat is being driven out of the marina without permission can shut the engines down, live-stream a video camera from aboard the yacht or set off other types of alarms. One unique form of alarm is GOST’s Cloak, which can flood the cabin of a boat with fog created by vaporizing a glycol solution. It’s harmless to the boat (and the thief) but makes it impossible for anyone to see outside the enclosed space and sends criminals scrambling for an exit. As expected, the price for systems of this nature can be steep, easily running up to several thousand dollars, depending on what type of base station and sensors are included. But, just how effective can these systems be? In April thieves stole thousands of dollars of electronics — and did thousands of dollars of damage to five different boats in the process — at a West Palm Beach, Fla., marina. On boat number six, they encountered a GOST NT-Evolution 2.0 system, which triggered a siren and a strobe when they stepped aboard. At the same time the owner was alerted via text, cellphone and email — and the protected boat sustained no damage. “Thieves are after soft targets on boats, where they can seamlessly get on and off,” said GOST’s chief technology officer, Brian Kane. “Defense is very important, with quality sensors triggering sirens and/ or strobes while sending out alerts. It’s very common for customers to call our support team telling us a story about how the system scared would-be thieves off, yet their neighbors’ boat four houses down the canal had all their electronics and rods stolen the very same night. It still amazes me how many people think it won’t happen to them.”

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While many people purchase these more advanced systems purely for security, truth be told they can go far beyond this one purpose. Sensors can be added to monitor everything from bilge water level to pump cycles to air temperature, and owners can keep tabs on those sensors via a smartphone app, which allows worrying owners to check on their boat’s status anytime. Relays can be added that allow owners to flip the boat’s switches from virtually anywhere, turning on or off systems such as the air conditioning, lights or pumps while they lounge on their living room sofa. On a marine machine that has a digital switching system, the sky’s the limit when it comes to what can be controlled from afar.

and Wi-Fi communications ability, and can be set up to use whatever the least-expensive method is at any given time. The bottom line? As with most things in the tech realm, the options and levels of sophistication are incredibly diverse when it comes to yacht security and monitoring. Every boat and every boater will need to take cost, level of service and protective abilities into consideration before making any choices.

To the Web Aqualarm.net EyeOnBoard.com FindMeSpot.com GOSTGlobal.com LookoutAlarm.com SirenMarine.com THMarineSupplies.com YachtProtector.com

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Jonathan Banks, COO of Siren Marine, says that when it comes to cellular-based systems, the phase out of 2G pushed manufacturers to upgrade to 3G, and that upgrade opened up a lot of new opportunities. “Using 2G limited us to short, binary messages,” Banks said, “but using 3G we can do things like build a map of the boat in our app, and provide multiple forms of information at a glance. It also means we can look back at a history and connect with the boat in real time.” The use of 3G isn’t, however, a panacea. Cell coverage isn’t perfect everywhere, and if a boat is taken offshore or deep into the backcountry, a cell-based system can be neutralized merely because it can no longer communicate with the internet or the owner. If this is a distinct possibility, satellite communications are the only way to ensure complete protection. The downside to a satellite-based system is, naturally, cost. While an average cell plan for a marine security system can commonly be secured for less than $20, satellite service can go for twice as much. On the flip side of the equation, many marine insurance companies do provide discounts for their customers who take such protective measures. And certain systems are equipped with a mix of cellular, satellite,

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Buyers and sellers should know what to look for in a good broker. BY ZUZANA PROCHAZKA

Vin Petrella, executive director of the Yacht Brokers Association of America (YBAA), corrects me immediately when I ask about the subtle qualities of a good yacht broker. “We don’t use the term yacht broker anymore,” he said. “We now say ‘yacht sales professional,’ which we think is a more fair and comprehensive description for those individuals selling new and pre-owned vessels.”

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This sets the tone for my conversation with Petrella and with others who agree that today, selling boats is viewed more as a profession and a career choice rather than just a job with a paycheck. Times have changed. Everyone likes to work with professionals who are honest and educated and conduct business with integrity, but what about the more specific and subtle characteristics and attributes of a good broker? (Broker will be used interchangeably with yacht sales professional throughout this story.) Look for the following characteristics, and you’ll be on the right track when it’s time to buy or sell a vessel. 1

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failing the real estate exam. Not so today. Certification is becoming a key aspect of the career path. “Younger people coming into the industry are more interested in certification and official credentialing,” Petrella said. A Certified Professional Yacht Broker (CPYB) designation means the broker has passed a three-hour exam that covers the necessary industry body of knowledge. The test has more than 150 questions, including ones on technical competence and ethics. An experienced boat salesperson may take more than three months to read and understand the contents of the CPYBprovided study guide. After successfully passing the exam, a broker must provide proof of 30 continuing education units (CEUs) every three years in order to recertify. Brokers have to meet eight requirements to sit for the exam, one of which is being employed as a broker for three of the previous 10 years, including the year immediately prior to taking the exam. YBAA is a national association that in 2002 launched a certification program as a self-regulating measure in a mostly unregulated industry. Since then, more than 500 brokers have achieved CPYB status, and they consider it a badge of professionalism since only 10 to 20 percent of individuals in the country who claim to be boat salespeople hold this title. While some places are still widely unregulated, in California nobody can sell a boat without a license. The California Yacht Brokers Association (CYBA) is a regional association that together with the California Department of Boating & Waterways (DBW) develops two licensing exams, one for salespeople (think agent) and one for brokers (think fully licensed professional or organization able to post a bond). Per Adeline Yee of the DBW, this state government arm licenses and regulates yacht brokers and salespersons who are defined as any person selling used vessels 16 feet or longer and less than 300 gross tons and who does not own those vessels. The DBW enforces the Harbors and Navigation Codes 700-740 to regulate the activities of licensees to ensure compliance and provide consumer protection. Certification therefore, is a matter of prestigious

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A good salesperson knows how to probe and find the customer’s needs, and that goes double for vessel sales. A buyer may walk into a broker’s office convinced he’s looking for a cherry red cigarette boat, but once the broker digs and asks how the buyer sees himself using the vessel and what would make his wife and kids happy, she may discover that what the buyer really needs is a baby blue trawler. Boat brokering is a bit like matchmaking, and once one’s true desires are unearthed, then the search can start in earnest, wasting less time and energy for everyone involved.

A good salesperson knows how to probe and find the customer’s needs, and that goes double for vessel sales.

A good broker should be willing to take time to ask questions and really understand the details of a boat he’s seeking or selling for a client, so he can manage expectations on both sides. “Most people will have already researched the boat online, so they have a rough idea of what’s for sale,” said Mik Maguire, current president of CYBA. “But the key is to know what equipment is included or excluded and what the actual condition of the vessel is.” Boats can look good in pictures, and brokers tend to use flowery terms to make them sound better, but a barrage of superlatives in broker-speak could be an indication to head elsewhere. CYBA is considering creating a standardized rating system for vessel condition, which it hopes will bring clarity to the process. “Of the 21 complaints we logged at CYBA, half of them were because the broker didn’t communicate the excluded equipment or the condition wasn’t as described,” Maguire said. “If the broker says it’s a 10, then it must be a 10, or the mismanaged expectations will blow the deal.”

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pre-owned vessel is the survey. It’s expensive and lengthy and sometimes halts a sale for ridiculous reasons. A seller once lost a deal because the surveyor stopped the survey due to an inoperative genset. A broker must understand what equipment is and isn’t mission critical and, more importantly, she must be able to relate this clearly to the buyer. “Delaminated stringers may or may not

value, especially for buyers purchasing vessels out of the area. There are regional differences in both pricing and environmental conditions that boats have endured. A boat in Florida may seem like a deal to a buyer in California, but climate, type of use and shortages of similar vessels will all be a part of the market dynamics for a particular transaction. “Shipping calculators tell only a part of the story,” Maynard said. “That’s where experience and perspective differentiate a good broker.” 5

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by the enthusiasm to sell and they can get in too deep. “Brokers need a solid understanding of their contracts and be mindful of the limits of those forms,” she said. “Sometimes the transaction calls for specialized knowledge, because there are specific variables.” Brokers need to know when to consider custom agreements. Are they dealing with a sophisticated racing yacht that may have survey contingencies? What’s the dollar value of the asset? Will the vessel be flagged offshore, and what about taxation issues? “Precedents go back a long way in this industry and they may not be intuitive,” she said, “so brokers need to have a willingness to go beyond the standard forms.”

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A broker should understand the marketplace for the kind of boat a client intends to buy or sell, and she needs to know that segment inside out. She needs to have an excellent knowledge of pricing and have reach — familiarity with not just local but national and international markets. Does she have co-brokering agreements with other brokers in different regions? Does she have a good database of reputable shipyards, surveyors, loan institutions and title companies to make the selling/buying process go smoothly? Is the broker digitally savvy and does she use the latest marketing techniques, including direct email, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and advertising in print and digital boating publications? 7

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A good broker also understands the customer’s exit strategy. Being there to sell a boat or move a customer to a bigger vessel when it’s time to move on is part of what yields longevity in the business. Dick Simon of Dick Simon Yachts in Dana Point cannot stress honesty and openness enough. “You have to tell the truth even if it precludes the sale,” he said. “This business is all about long-term relationships and there’s no way to build them without integrity.” Maynard agreed, adding, “You’ll never survive by focusing on a single boat sale. It’s all about repeat business.”

Last, but never least, is passion. Selling boats can be a 24/7 occupation, and that’s tough for someone who is not passionate about the product and the lifestyle. Tamara Krimstock is a broker at Beneteau dealer South Coast Yachts in San Diego. She said she’s never worked harder but it’s the nature of the business and the people in the industry that keep her going. Someone who doesn’t love boats and the boating lifestyle but wants to sell for a living should go into real estate — houses are more abundant and the commissions higher.

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Alexander Marine USA is guided by the principals of complete customer satisfaction and the determination to expand the boating industry on a national level. Alexander Marine USA is the leading new and brokerage yacht company on the West Coast and continues to excel in customer relationships and innovative product excellence. Alexander Marine USA currently operates three preeminent locations in Seattle, Washington, Newport Beach, California, and San Diego, California. With four decades of expert knowledge, Alexander Marine USA has a full-service team of yacht consultants, sales managers and administrators, marketing personnel, and service technicians working to enhance your yachting experience. Alexander Marine completes all sales & service in house with the help of our experienced and professional operations team, creating an effortless process for both the buyer & seller.

Alexander Marine USA represents the following brands: Ocean Alexander, Tiara (Northwest territory only), Pursuit (California territory only), Carver, Regal, Azimut, Galeon, and Aquila. Ray Prokorym, Vice President of Alexander Marine USA explains, “Alexander Marine USA is proud to be a fullservice provider with a wide range of well-engineered and supported boats. With eight innovative brands in our line-up, we have all our clients’ needs covered. Our in-house service technicians provide the training, service, and support our customers require.” We are ready make your boating dreams a reality. Our yacht consultants have over a century of industry experience combined. Contact any of our experienced and knowledgeable consultants today.

www.alexandermarineusa.com 206.344.8566 | 1001 Fairview Ave N. Suite 1400 Seattle, Washington 98109 949.515.7700 | 2101 West Coast Highway Newport Beach, California 92663 619.294.2628 | 2540 Shelter Island Dr. San Diego, California 92106


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Denison Yachting’s team of professional yacht brokers offer complete yachting services worldwide from sales and charter to yacht management and new construction. With their love and commitment to the boating lifestyle, they are able to successfully assist their clients in the smooth sale or purchase of new or brokerage vessels.

The BoatYard 13555A Fiji Way, Marina del Rey, CA 90292 310.821.5883

For Sellers: For clients looking to sell their yacht, Denison is ready to aggressively market your yacht on all major marketing fronts, including web and email marketing, print advertising, boat show participation, and even direct mail. Your Denison broker is also available to assist you in evaluating offers, coordinating sea trial and survey, and making sense of the closing process. For Buyers: For clients looking to purchase a yacht, your licensed Denison broker pledges to take the time to help you find the right boat. Our brokers can explain the entire process from making an offer to sea trial and haul-out/survey. Vessel transactions are large financial investments. An experienced, licensed and bonded Denison broker can help you avoid potential pitfalls while securing the best possible terms for your purchase. Denison is the West Coast representative for Dufour, Fountaine Pajot and Seawind as well as the Beneteau Power representative for the Pacific Northwest including Washington, Oregon, Idaho & Montana. History & Experience: Denison has a rich family history in the yachting industry dating back to 1948 with the start of Broward Marine. Denison’s team of brokers has more than 500 years combined experience in yacht sales. It is their unsurpassed knowledge of the industry that allows them to provide their clients everything they need to succeed. Navigating the complex arena of yacht sales requires exceptional brokers. Denison’s dramatic growth is a direct result of their dedicated brokers and their efforts to work hard for their clients.

Shelter Island Boatyard 2330 Shelter Island Drive, Suite 206 San Diego, CA 92106 619.822.2715

Mariner’s Mile 2429 West Coast Hwy., Suite 101 Newport Beach, CA 92663 949.791.4220

Location: Denison is in 22 marina locations including five along the West Coast to facilitate your needs – San Diego, CA; Newport Beach, CA; Marina del Rey, CA; San Francisco, CA and Seattle, WA. In addition, Denison has offices in Fort Lauderdale, FL; Palm Beach, FL; Dania Beach, FL; Stuart, FL; Naples, FL; Miami, FL; Daytona Beach, FL; Tampa Bay, FL; Charleston, SC; Montauk, NY; Southport, CT; Newport, R.I., Saugatuck, MI; Jersey City, NJ; Chicago, IL and Annapolis, MD. Denison yacht brokers don’t have a reputation for sitting around and waiting for the phone to ring. We are committed to getting our yacht listings the right exposure. Let Denison go to work for you!

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Austin Ellingsen 949.491.4551

Bill Palmer 760.809.6333

Bill Petersen 310.871.1977

Bill Mark 360.981.3965

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Dave Powers 310.995.9494

Denise George 310.490.9432

Don Margraf 510.469.3330

Geo Tamblyn 206.423.4422

Jean-Marie Cabri 310.600.9670

Jim Bailey 949.274.1505

John Woolley 714.914.1914

Kim Dumas 619.248.3194

Kurt Jerman 619.571.3513

Manny Luby 951.836.8892

Mason Staring 949.500.5885

Nathan Dotson 818.601.3004

Rolf Smith 310.503.0844

Tom Cardosa 619.813.9263

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Compass Point Yachts Compass Point Yachts 2801 W. Coast Hwy, Suite 270H Newport Beach, CA 92663 (949) 870-2237 www.compasspointyachtsinc.com Compass Point Yachts Inc., is the oldest U.S. Dealer and West Coast Distributor for Maritimo Yachts, built in Australia since 2003. “We made a conscious decision to focus on Maritimo Yachts because it offers something that is unique with the fully enclosed flybridge. Both experienced and new boaters are realizing that this versatility increases the value of their boating experience”, says Bill King. “We’ve represented many brands over the years, and the craftsmen at Maritimo produce an excellent yacht, and they are willing to do some customization for those who are interested in building one to fit their specific needs…including fishing cockpits”. Bill & Michelle King Bill King has been involved in yachting since 1982 and in 1988 traded a successful career as vice president of marketing for a local manufacturing company for the powerboat sales business. In 1992 Bill opened Compass Point Yachts Inc. in Seattle, WA., and soon after opened a store in Newport Beach, CA. Michelle joined Compass Point Yachts in Seattle with a strong background in sales and management to work along-side her husband Bill King in 1998. Both Bill and Michelle have served on the board of the Northwest Yacht Brokers Association.

possible. Our goal is to ensure all our owners are confident and comfortable with the use of their new or brokerage purchases…so the entire boating experience is enjoyable for years to come. Maritimo is owned by the world-renowned boat builder Bill Barry-Cotter, who has been racing, designing and building boats for over 50 years. The Maritimo line specializes in a fully enclosed flybridge design, a sedan series and the new X Series.

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Crow's Nest Yachts Seattle 809 Fairview Place North, Suite 150, Seattle, WA 98109 Phone: (206) 625-1580 Fax: (206) 682-1473 Email: Seattle@CrowsNestYachts.com Newport Beach 2801 W. Coast Hwy, Suite 260, Newport Beach, CA 92663 Phone: (949) 574-7600 Fax: (949) 574-7610 Email: Newport@CrowsNestYachts.com San Diego 2515 Shelter Island Dr., San Diego, CA 92106 Phone: (619) 222-1122 Fax: (619) 222-3851 Email: SanDiego@CrowsNestYachts.com Anacortes 910 11th St. Suite B, Anacortes, WA 98221 Phone: (360) 299-3988 Email: MPartna@CrowsNestYachts.com MARKETING Crow’s Nest Yachts is second to none on the West Coast when it comes to marketing their clients’ boats. If you are considering selling your boat, ask about their extensive marketing programs, which utilize many online and traditional tools in marketing their $50 million+ in brokerage inventory. In addition to their presence at multiple yearly boat shows, their traditional brokerage marketing footprint is the largest on the West Coast. With a combined 12+ full pages of brokerage boats in 5+ boating magazines each month. Online, each of their listings has its own page on their all-new website CrowsNestYachts.com, YachtWorld.com, and Yatco.com. This considerable online presence is complimented by effective email marketing and social media programs. The company’s tradition of world-class experience and service since 1974 continues with some strategic changes that are working in their customers’ favor…

Seattle Team: Dale Partna, Vic Parcells, Dan Wood, Mike Manning

Newport Beach Team: Jerry Stone, Paul Enghauser, Capt. Jim Birschbach, Todd Sherman, Steve Besozzi, Dennis Riehl, and Rick Weisenberger

SEATTLE In October 2010, the Seattle office was purchased by three senior members of our sales staff–Vic Parcells, Dale Partna, and Dan Wood. With over 80 combined years of experience and an acute knowledge of local boating in the Northwest, the new owners were now poised with all the tools needed to tailor the business to the genuine needs of their customers. NEWPORT BEACH In similar fashion, three senior members of the Newport Beach office– Dennis Riehl, Todd Sherman, and Jerry Stone–took the reins from the prior owner in January 2012. All Crow’s Nest offices operated independently, yet remained “connected at the hip”. The Newport Beach office offers a tremendous team of experience and expertise.

Anacortes Team: Matt Partna, Lee Koetje

SAN DIEGO Long time yacht brokers, Eric Pearson and Michael Selter purchased the San Diego office in October 2017 and have transformed CNY into Shelter Island’s premier boutique yacht brokerage with an emphasis on upgraded personalized service. Michael Gardella, a San Diego native who helped launch the original Crow’s Nest in 1974 as one of its first brokers, has returned to work alongside Eric, Michael and the rest of the team, Jacques Bor, Phil Kinnison and Alan Faiers. ANACORTES Crow’s Nest Yachts is proud to announce the addition of an Anacortes, WA office. Nestled right next to Cap Sante Marina (the hot spot of Anacortes), Crow’s Nest is ready to serve more of the Puget Sound “from the Gateway to the San Juans”.

San Diego Team Leaders: Eric Pearson and Michael Selter

At Crow’s Nest Yachts, OUR commitment to brokerage yacht marketing is YOUR advantage. For more information, visit www.CrowsNestYachts.com, or call one of our 4 offices– you’ll be glad you did.


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Flying Cloud Yachts Flying Cloud Yachts, Inc. was established over 50 years ago on a foundation of providing the yachting community with the finest professional yacht brokerage service the industry has to offer. Our team of 7 full time yacht brokers has over 150 years of marine experience. We will provide you with friendly, professional, knowledgeable guidance from the beginning and through the entire buying or selling process. Our long standing reputation as honest, fair, ethical yacht brokers has rewarded Flying Cloud Yachts with customer satisfaction, loyalty and the repeated customer referrals. We are not new boat dealers, we specialize in quality pre-owned boats our goal is to not confuse our clients about our services, compared to the demands placed upon brokerage firms representing both new yachts and

used boats. By exclusively representing only quality pre-owned yachts for sale and qualified buyers, Flying Cloud Yachts is focused on client services. Flying Cloud Yachts offers a large selection of Sail Boats, Motor Yachts, Sport Fishing Boats, Express Cruisers and Long-Range Trawlers. Please check out our exclusive list of boats and yachts for sale (www.flyingcloudyachts.net) and if you do not see the perfect boat or yacht on our website, please contact one of our brokers to professionally assist you with the search for your perfect yacht. We will guide you through the entire process from purchasing or selling of quality pre-owned yachts. We specialize in locating the right yacht, negotiating the purchase agreement, coordinate all transaction paperwork and assisting with financing options and insurance options. Flying Cloud Yachts is staffed with a full-time office manager who is a Notary Public to provide in house yacht escrow and Coast Guard documentation.

Flying Cloud Yachts is your “Go to for quality yachting purchases and sales”

Lon Bubeck

Steve Beck

Jim Dragomir

Peter Barton

Bob Frazier

Eric Gufstason

Guy Newmark

Elaine Stewart

Flying Cloud Yachts 6400 Marina Drive, Long Beach, CA 90803 Phone: (562) 594-9716 • Fax: (562) 594-0710 www.flyingcloudyachts.net • info@flyingcloudyachts.net


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Jeff Merrill Yacht Sales, Inc.

www.JMYS.com 3010 Old Ranch Parkway, Suite 440 Seal Beach, CA 90740 Email: Jeff.Merrill@JMYS.com Mobile: 949.355.4950

IT’S YOUR CHOICE: JMYS believes that YOU should select both the boat you want AND your boat broker. We are your advocate. PERSONAL ATTENTION: Our team provides individualized service and worldwide representation for buyers and sellers. PROFESSIONAL: Our sales team are licensed in CA and/or FL, and members of a yacht broker association with a code of ethics. PURCHASING: JMYS has developed comparison spread sheets and uses sales history data to determine real market value. With your offer accepted, JMYS creates a proprietary time-line agenda to insure your transaction stays on track. After closing we will spend time coaching aboard your boat improving your confidence so you can take off and enjoy cruising. SELLING: JMYS prepares a marketing plan to differentiate your boat from the competition. We write up accurate specifications and use photos, video, plus digital marketing including social media to create a strong internet presence to promote your yacht.

JMYS, the Trawler Specialists! EXPERIENCE: Our expertise is balanced between new build construction and used trawlers. As active boaters we offer our clients unequaled product knowledge. JMYS proudly represents the Bering Yachts line of full displacement steel trawlers built in Turkey. Our sales team is very familiar with custom trawlers made of fiberglass, aluminum and steel. We are also well versed on the attributes of the most popular trawler brands such as; Albin, Alaskan, All Seas, American Tug, Beneteau, Bering, Cape Horn, DeFever, Delta, Diesel Duck, Eastbay, Fathom, Fleming, FPB, Grand Banks, Great Harbour, Helmsman, Inace, Kadey-Krogen, Kanter, Krogen Express, Mainship, Marlow, Monk, Pacific Seacraft, Seahorse, Selene, Navigator, Nordhavn, Nordic Tug, Northern Marine, North Pacific, Northwest, Ocean Alexander, Offshore, Outer Reef, President, Real Ships, Sabre and Willard. HANDS ON: We enjoy working closely with owner operator couples and can help introduce you to the trawler lifestyle. PROMOTION AND EDUCATION: We have an expanding library of YouTube videos profiling our brokerage listings and demonstrating important trawler skills. You can follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to stay informed. ON THE GO: The JMYS mobile brokerage business model sends our team across the country and literally around the world. For the most current information on our listings and activities, please visit www.JMYS.com. CA | FL | RI | WA | Š 2018

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Schock Boats New Boat Sales, Brokerage and Full Service Yard www.schockboats.com (949) 673-2050 2900 Lafayette Rd., Newport Beach, CA, 92663

Serving the Boating Community for over 70 years

It's not just the purchase of your boat that matters. It's having a capable team for full service from the day you purchase to the day you sell.

Steve Schock

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Gary Hess Sales Manager 24 Years at Schock

Jay McCants Sales 1 Year at Schock

George Grijalva Service Manager 26 Years at Schock

Geoff Weir Parts Manager 13 Years at Schock

Jim Maynard Service Tech 23 Years at Schock

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Allied Yacht & Ship Brokerage If you desire the highest level of maritime knowledge and experience then contact Mark W. Mowery Owner/Operator Allied Yacht & Ship Brokerage. Office located in the old Sea Spray Boatyard 21st Street, Newport Beach. Allied Yacht & Ship also manages 40 dock spaces to accommodate boat buying and selling clients which can make or break the purchase or sale of your yacht. Mark’s family owned and operated two of the largest bay front ship yards in Newport Harbor beginning in 1938. (Boatswains Locker and what is currently called Newport Harbor Shipyard). Mark has sailed all over the world and worked for nearly 30 years as full time Captain for three of the largest corporations in the U.S. Contact Mark at Allied Yacht & Ship and discuss the many benefits for a boat buyer or seller utilizing a local experienced yacht brokerage owner operator. Working with both sailing and power boats, very few have the professional experience, knowledge and ability that Mark brings to every transaction. With many happy repeat clients Allied Yacht & Ship will earn your business.

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Bay Yachts

Open 24/7 at www.bayyachts.com Bay Yachts, Inc. opened their doors in June of 1995 and is one of the most respected yacht brokerages on the West Coast. Broker/owner Marc Bay, began his yacht sales career in the tiny Delta burgh of Walnut Grove. Within a couple of years, Marc decided to move to the “big city” and found a location in Downtown Stockton; eventually expanding to the mid-Delta, San Francisco Bay and as far south as San Diego.

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For sellers, advertising encompasses a wide array of internet and print to get the word out and the staff has an outstanding track record of encouraging offers and finessing them together! For buyers, the staff will work to assure them they have been treated fairly, with respect and that all needed facets have been covered. Lastly, Bay Yachts, Inc. has experienced a level of success that not many brokers have achieved, due to an ability to stay ahead of the market trends in both customer service and business practices. We list and sell an eclectic array of brokerage and new vessels that include both power and sail, from small cruisers and day sailors to megayachts! We are professional mariners dedicated to your success in buying or selling your yacht. Look to Bay Yachts for the service you desire and deserve. 

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California Delta Stockton 209.469.4600 San Francisco Bay Oakland Embarcadero 925.787.4676/510.693.8506

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Olympia, WA Bruce Moneymaker 916.533.3366

San Juan, PR Sebastain Sarh 619.402.8036

Mid Delta Moore’s Riverboat/Isleton 916.491.9128 San Diego Pier 32 Marina 619.474.5500

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Emerald Pacific Yachts | San Diego 955 Harbor Island Dr. Ste. # 180 San Diego, CA 92101 (619)497-2993 Emerald Pacific Yachts | Seattle 901 Fairview Ave N, Suite C-170 Seattle, WA 98109 (206)587-0660    



Emerald Pacific Yachts specializes in the sale of new construction offering Riviera Yachts and Horizon, as well as pre owned yachts. Emerald Pacific Yachts has been a leader in the yachting industry on the West Coast for more than 20 years. The company has an unrivaled reputation and has highly experienced consultants in both our Seattle and San Diego offices. We find that Yachting is about more than a boat. It’s about your lifestyle. Finding the right yacht doesn’t start with the boat: It starts with you. So at Emerald Pacific Yachts, that’s where we start, too. After all, a yacht can be a multimillion-dollar vessel with a helipad, a pleasure cruiser meant for taking the family on weekend getaways, or something in between. That’s why we first get to know you and help create your own definition; then, we’ll find a boat that fits it perfectly. Whether you’re looking for a pre-owned yacht, a new model, or you want to sell your current boat, our team will provide expertise and support throughout the process—and during the years to come. Contact us to learn more about our team, our services and let us help you find the yacht that fits your lifestyle.

Meet Our San Diego Team: Will McIntyre will@epyachts.com (619) 818-5799

Gil Devine gil@epyachts.com (619) 992-5775

Joe Bassett joe@epyachts.com (619) 600-7461

Chris Droz chris@epyachts.com (619) 729-8373

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CROSSING THE BORDER It’s easier than you might have heard. STORY AND PHOTOS BY DEANE HISLOP

WE HAVE ALL HEARD THE horror stories and hassles of crossing the border by boat, but cruising between Canada and the United States is easy, as long as you have the proper documents and follow the process. Upon arriving in the U.S. or Canada, the captain of the boat must report to a Customs officer — Canadian Border Service Agency (CBSA) or U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) — and provide details of the voyage, as well as information about the passengers and their declaration. No one, except the captain, may leave the boat unless authorized to do so by the officer.

CANADA U.S. citizens, you do not need a passport to enter Canada but will need it to return into the U.S.

For More Information U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) • cbp.gov • (877) 227-5511 • Blaine, WA office: (360) 332-5771

Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) • cbsa-asfc.gc.ca • (800) 461-9999 (in Canada)

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Regardless, Canada still requires proof of citizenship or naturalization, such as a birth certificate as well as photo identification, a valid trusted traveler program card (FAST, NEXUS or SENTRI), or an enhanced driver’s license (EDL). Permanent residents of Canada or the U.S. should bring their permanent resident card.

CANADIAN TELEPHONE REPORTING SITES - MARINE (TRS/M) If every person on board is not a valid trusted traveler, you are required to go directly to a Telephone Reporting Site-Marine and follow the instructions posted on location to contact the CBSA Telephone Reporting Centre (TRC) and request clearance to enter Canada. TRS/M locations can be found online at cbsaasfc.gc.ca. SEAMAGAZINE.COM AUGUST 2018

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coasts and inland waterways and have the authority to stop any boat that has recently entered Canadian and U.S. waters. Failure to report may result in detention, seizure or forfeiture of your boat and/or monetary penalties.

DISEMBARKING Should you need to leave your vessel to report your arrival, only the master may go ashore to do so. After making notification to Customs, this individual must return to the vessel and remain on board until a Customs officer arrives.

PRESCRIPTIONS If you have prescription drugs, make sure they are clearly identified and are only enough to last for the duration of your visit. The drugs should be in the original packaging, with a label that specifies what they are and that they are being used under prescription.

CHILDREN U.S and Canadian children under the age of 16 will need a to present a birth certificate or other proof of citizenship. Be prepared to prove that you have written parental consent for any minor child traveling with you. If you have legal custody or if you share custody, have copies of relevant legal documents, such as custody rights. If you are not the custodian, a parent or

Boaters arriving in the U.S. or Canada, maybe at Friday Harbor (top) or Bedwell Harbour, must report to a Customs officer.

UNITED STATES Canadian citizens should carry a passport, a valid trusted traveler card (FAST, NEXUS or SENTRI) or an enhanced driver’s license. U.S. citizens should carry a U.S. passport, valid trusted program card, enhanced driver’s license (EDL), military ID with official travel orders, U.S. Merchant Mariner document, enhanced tribal card or American Indian card. U.S Marine Ports of Entry can be found online PNW-2

at cbp.gov. Any recreational vessel 30 feet or longer is required to have a Customs and Border Protection user fee decal. The CBP prefers you order your decal online before entering the U.S., to help speed up the clearance process. They are available when checking in. The application fee is $27.50.

FAILURE TO REPORT Law enforcement authorities patrol the

Surprises are the last thing anyone needs when going through a border. legal guardian, carry a notarized letter of permission that authorizes you to have custody when entering Canada or the U.S. A letter would also facilitate entry if only one parent is traveling with their offspring. The letter should contain a contact telephone number and signature of the parent or legal guardian and be notarized. It’s also suggested that the letter provide authorization to provide medical care in case of an

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emergency. If you are traveling as part of a flotilla or buddy boating, be sure that your family is aboard the same boat when you arrive at the border.

PETS A proof of rabies vaccination is required for dogs and recommended for cats. A certificate signed and dated by a veterinarian will be required. It must also include the name of the vaccine used and its expiration date. In addition, a description of the animal by breed, age, sex, coloring and any distinguishing marks is required.

BOAT DOCUMENTATION The officer will request to see current vessel documentation such as a state/ province vessel registration certificate and/ or U.S. Coast Guard documentation.

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border. The list changes frequently and can catch the unwary traveler by surprise. Surprises are the last thing anyone needs when going through a border. Remember to declare everything you’re bringing into the country, have receipts for all purchases readily available and always declare when you are transporting $10,000 or more in or out of the U.S. or Canada.

BORDER CROSSING QUESTIONS When you are crossing the border, be prepared to answer the following questions for each person aboard: • Where are you from? • Where are you going? • What is the purpose of your visit? • How long are you staying? • What’s your contact phone number during your visit? • What do you do for work? • What is the value of goods with you? • Do you have any weapons? (None are allowed.)

• Do you have any fruits or vegetables?

(There are restrictions.) • Do you have any alcohol or tobacco with

you? (There are restrictions.) • Do you have any meat on board? (There

are restrictions.) • Are you leaving anything in the country?

CLEARANCE Once the agent has asked all of the questions and is satisfied with the answers, you will be provided a clearance number to be promptly displayed in the cabin window for the duration of your visit.

FASTER PROCESSING The NEXUS Marine Program is a joint U.S.–Canadian initiative that offers facilitated customs and immigration clearance for recreational low-risk boaters. NEXUS is valid for five years and satisfies the boat operator’s legal requirement to report to a port of entry for face-to-face inspection, but boaters must still phone their arrival.

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MEET DEREK VANDYKE

Educational and Outreach CoordinatorBoat & Water Safety, Washington State Parks & Recreation Commission DEREK VANDYKE HAS BEEN BOATING in the Pacific Northwest for many years. Since he was a child, he has fished and cruised inland and coastal waters, and he’s learned boating’s lessons along the way. When he saw the education coordinator position come open at State Parks, he knew he could put a lifetime of learning to work for Washington state, combining his passion and skills to raise awareness for recreational boating safety. He shared more about his work and boating safety with us. Sea: Can you tell us what you do as the Educational Coordinator? VanDyke: I manage Washington’s Mandatory Boater Education program and public outreach promoting recreational boating safety. The program promotes boater safety education to increase the level of boat operator competency and the understanding of navigation laws on the water, and to encourage safe boating practices like wearing a life jacket and never boating under the influence. My work includes developing strategies and key partnerships to influence target

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boating audiences statewide to adopt basic safety behaviors. Tell us more about the Washington state boater education card. Washington state law requires boater safety education for many boaters who operate a motorboat of 15 horsepower or greater. Washington’s basic education course curriculum is compliant with the national standard developed by the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA). The courses are delivered online by agency-approved

course providers, in classrooms by law enforcement agencies, the U.S. Power Squadron and the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, and through a self-study program administered by state parks staff. All online and classroom courses offered by outside organizations and vendors are required to meet NASBLA and agency standards. Boaters who enroll in these courses learn a wide variety of skills that can make them a better boater. These include how to identify approaching vs. leaving boats in the dark, how to dock a boat with wind and currents in mind, how to read navigational markers, how to handle overboard situations and more. Legality, rules and regulations aside, there is one universal reason to take educational courses about boating and get a boater education card: safety. How does having a Washington boater education card improve safety on the water? According to the American Boating Association, there are thousands of boating accidents reported each year, and the U.S. Coast Guard has determined that 70 percent of these accidents are caused by human error — not craft or environmental conditions. In 2016, the Coast Guard reported 77 percent of deaths occurred on boats where the operator did not receive

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boating safety education. When you go out on the water uneducated, you put yourself and others at risk. When formally trained on techniques for safe and proper boating, boaters are far less likely to have accidents. What have been the education program’s biggest accomplishments? Currently, the program has issued over 318,000 boater education cards since it started in 2006. Our primary goal is to make boating safe and fun; I think improving the education level of boaters has been a great step in this process. We have seen a reduction in boating fatalities among boaters who are required to have mandatory boater education. The program has also worked hard to develop strategic partnerships statewide. In 2016, the program implemented a full-time outreach team that works with partners in local communities to engage in boating safety outreach and education. In 2017, our team provided education and outreach at 44 events in 27 cities and 15 counties in Washington state and supported 150 partners that represented 60 organizations in their outreach efforts. It’s a grassroots approach that I think will be more effective in the long-term over traditional advertising methods. What are challenges PNW boaters face that other boaters don’t? I think what makes the PNW different is our colder climate. We also have big tides, swift currents, rocky shores, hidden debris from fallen trees, cold water, deserted destinations and a rainy season that can stretch from fall to spring. A key point in my safety outreach is proper preparation and life jackets. Having the right boat for the conditions is important. Planning and adequately preparing the boat and crew (family and friends) prior to departure is critical. With our cold waters, exposure is deadly. People often think of hypothermia as the risk, which can take 30 minutes to an hour to kick in. There are actually four stages of cold-water immersion and many die at stage one — cold-water shock — and within minutes. Even the most athletic, PNW-8

strongest swimmer is at risk. Your life jacket is one of the most important pieces of safety equipment onboard, but it only works if you wear it. Accidents happen fast and without warning, often preventing the time needed to pull a life jacket out of storage and put it on. Today’s modern life jackets are much more comfortable; I encourage boaters to shop around for one they’ll actually wear. What are a couple of your favorite marinas or gunkholes? The San Juan Islands, specifically Ewing Cove on Sucia Island State Park — just

inside of the Cluster Islands — as it usually provides access to a quiet beach with very few people. McMicken Island State Park is also great little spot. It is often empty midweek during the summer months and offers great public lands, clams, oysters and a very cool sand spit that connects McMicken to Harstine Island at low tide. Skull Island located in Massacre Bay in West Sound. When cruising the islands, my wife and I always let the kids pick their favorite location. My son has always picked Skull Island — he loves it partly for the name, but also for exploring.

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A FRONT ROW SEAT TO NATURE’S BEST Spot a spout in the aptly named Spout Islet Cove. STORY AND PHOTOS BY DEANE HISLOP

WE HAD JUST SET EASY Goin’s hook in six fathoms over a good-holding sand and gravel bottom when I caught a glimpse of a whale tail. “Did you see that?” I asked. “No, what?” Arlene said. “I just saw the tail of a whale straight out in front of the cove.”

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About that time the back and tail of a humpback whale resurfaced. “Pretty cool to be able to sit in the cove and watch the whales play,” I said. “We’re experiencing the origin of the anchorage’s name: Spout Islet Cove.” Our location was the unnamed cove on the chart south of Spout Islet on the north side of Hanson Island, which lies on the north side of the west end of Johnstone Strait. We had departed Broughton Archipelago Marine Park earlier in the morning via West Passage. It was a beautiful cruise through the islands across Blackfish Sound on mirror-like water. The approach into our new anchorage for the next day was unobstructed and had plenty of space to set the hook. It would also provide protection from the summer afternoon westerlies and any breeze from the south. The rugged shoreline that surrounds the cove was covered by thick cedar forest with old man’s beard hanging from the tree limbs. The trees were filled with majestic bald eagles and there was plenty of sea life to keep us grabbing the binoculars. Given the clear sky, the view back across the sound of West Passage, the Mirian Range and 4,100-foot Mt. Mathison was spectacular, all making for a wild and scenic setting. Blackfish Sound is nutrient rich, attracting many species of sea life and wildlife. The sound is recognized as a region of important B R I T I S H

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4 • La Conner Classic Boat & Car Show. Find

classic cars and motorcycles, as well as classic yachts, working boats and collector boats, along the Swinomish Channel. La Conner Marina, La Conner, WA; $3; Free, children younger than 12; (888) 642-9284; lovelaconner.com 17-20 • Toledo Wooden Boat Show.

Celebrate the historic traditions of wooden boats, with featured events such as family boat building, a poker paddle, canoe jousting, live music and vendor booths. Depot Slough, Toledo, OR; Free; (541) 336-5207; portoftoledo.org

Eagles and other birds swoop down on a herring ball to secure a meal in Blackfish Sound. A couple of eagles (left) find a quiet spot to enjoy their meal.

habitat for resident and transient orcas as well as minke and humpback whales, and porpoise and dolphins. This is the area where the killer whale Springer was reunited with her pod in 2002. These waters are a holding area for adult salmon and a salmon migration route. It’s also significant for migratory birds such as marbled murrelets, mew gulls, rhinoceros auklets, common murres and phalaropes. After a leisurely lunch out on deck — peel-and-eat spot prawns caught the day before — we launched the dinghy to explore the shoreline. Out near Spout Islet, several eagles fed on their catch in the trees and on shoreline rocks. Then a feeding frenzy about a quarter mile out in Blackfish Sound caught our attention, so we ran out to investigate. When we arrived, something below was balling up the herring and pushing them to the surface. The sky above was filled with seagulls and a couple of dozen bald eagles. The eagles would grab a fish off the surface and eat it while circling overhead before they dove back in like a

18-19 • Collector Car and Classic Boat Show. Celebrate the beauty and function

of more than 40 classic boats by spending the day at Lakewood Bay viewing rare boats and cars. Lake Oswego, OR; Free; (503) 635-6373; oswegoheritage.org/ car-boat-show-1 EVENTS

3-5 • Seafair Weekend. H1 Unlimited

hydroplanes zip across Lake Washington, and the festival features wakeboarders catching waves, and up-close displays of hydroplanes and F1 Prop boats. Genesee Park, Lake Washington, WA; seafair.com

attendees are encouraged to bring their metal boats to the festival. Free moorage at Cap Sante Marina for those who sign up in advance. Anacortes, WA; $95, members; $125, non-members; (425) 223-6256; metalboatsociety.org 11 • Gig Harbor Salmon Derby. Every

participating angler in this derby series has a chance to win a KingFisher Falcon 2025 fishing boat with a galvanized trailer and fully rigged with electronics and a stereo. Gig Harbor, WA; (253) 255-8168; northwestsalmonderbyseries.com 11-13 • Northwest Steam Society Annual Meet. Watch a steamboat parade and

browse the displays of stationary steam equipment. A banquet follows on Saturday. Cathlamet, WA; (503) 338-6174; northweststeamsociety.org 13 • Seaport Celebration. Come join this popular celebration of Portland’s working waterfront. Port of Portland, Portland, OR; Free admission; (503) 460-4800; seaportcelebration.com 18-19 • Vancouver Chinook Classic. The

derby includes a $15,000 top prize and is part of the Northwest Salmon Derby Series. Richmond, B.C.; $300/angler; northwestsalmonderbyseries.com

4 • South Sound Salmon Derby. As part

of the Northwest Salmon Derby Series, tournament fishermen compete for prizes, and this event includes a kid’s division. Olympia, WA; (619) 994-4319; northwestsalmonderbyseries.com

23-26 • Vancouver Wooden Boat Festival.

This annual family-friendly festival also includes a family boatbuilding event. Granville Island, Vancouver, B.C.; Free; (604) 688-9622; vancouverwoodenboat. com

8-12 • Grayland Open Jet Ski Competition.

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NEW DATES FOR THE VANCOUVER INTERNATIONAL BOAT SHOW

ORGANIZERS OF THE Vancouver International Boat Show announced new dates for the 2019 event: Wednesday, February 6 through Sunday, February 10. Up until 2014, the Vancouver Boat Show was historically held in February. In 2015, the event moved to January as a result of a new provincial holiday, Family Day, that conflicted with the show’s longtime February date pattern. The British Columbia government recently announced that Family Day would be moving a week later, beginning in 2019, which presented an opportunity for the show to return to its historical February dates.

ANOTHER TERM

BOATING BC ASSOCIATION announced that Mercury Marine Limited, extended its Presenting Partnership of the

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SUMMER CLOSURES FOR SEQUIM BAY STATE PARK

WASHINGTON STATE PARKS announced that beginning in mid-summer, the boat launch and parking area at Sequim Bay State Park will be closed for at least 18 weeks while contractors replace the park’s bulkhead and boat launch floats and make other necessary improvements. Work is expected to begin around July 16 and continue through mid-November. During this time, the boat launch and parking area will be closed. The summer construction includes replacing the old creosote-treated timber bulkhead with a new, more habitat-friendly bulkhead.

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A LIVING CLASSROOM Young students get a hands-on learning experience on Monterey Bay. BY STEPHANIE SHIBATA

IMAGINE YOU’RE A PRETEEN ON a catamaran cruising through Monterey Bay. Now imagine that catamaran is a research vessel you earned your way onto by completing good works in your community. Now imagine you see a minke whale or an orca or a pod of dolphins. That’s a scenario thousands of Northern California students have experienced thanks to a program that traces its roots to wetsuits. Students examine seawater samples while aboard Team O’Neill.

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by teaching them about the ocean. OSO conducts its workshops free of charge, but students must earn their way into the program by participating in a required community service project. After building a business empire based on his wetsuits, Jack O’Neill purchased an unfinished catamaran in Sand City, just north of Monterey, Calif., and paid for it to be renovated under the watchful eye of Joel Woods. The Team O’Neill catamaran and the vision to take young adventurers onto Monterey Bay to learn about the marine environment had begun. Tim O’Neill, Jim Holm, Mike Egan, Theresa Coyle and Jack McLaughlin developed a hands-on school science program tailored to young local students, to encourage them to engage with their backyard, the Pacific Ocean. Dan Haifley joined in 1999 as director of the science program and added the idea of supplementing the excursion with a community service project for each participating class and also to the curriculum. The excursions take place on the 65-foot catamaran Team O’Neill, where three onboard stations are set up for student groups. With a curriculum tailored for children in fourth, fifth and sixth grade, the program’s three parts consist of Sailing and Navigation, Ecology, and Marine Biology. At the Sailing and Navigation station, students learn about electronic technology for navigation, triangulation and line-of-sight navigation. They also learn how to record their readings, wind speed and depth. Triangulation is something that is far easier to show through a hands-on lesson than it is to describe on paper, so the instructors have the kids draw lines and measure angles so they absorb the process by doing it themselves — old-school methods for an old-school technique. Station 2 is the Ecology station, and students learn about the Monterey Bay Sanctuary’s characteristics and marine life and habitats. Students take a water sample and determine its pH level while they’re out on in the bay, and they count the otters they spot, to record on their data sheets. The third station is Marine Biology. Students assist with a plankton tow and take the CA-2

During the Marine Biology lesson, students assist with a plankton tow.

specimen sample back to the classroom for further examination. The Marine Biology lesson teaches students about the cycles of plankton and their important role in the ocean ecosystem. The program has delivered many memorable experiences, to students and instructors. “I got to see a Minke whale once from a boat,” said Laura Walker, education coordinator and instructor for OSO. “They aren’t exactly rare, but they are really shy and elusive, and it’s a treat to get to see them. We also saw a huge golden stellar sea lion on Seal Rock. He was so big and golden compared to our California sea lions. Also, we have caught a couple of juvenile octopuses under the microscope and that’s really rare and thrilling. Of course seeing the orcas was a real treat, because they are rarely so close to shore in Monterey Bay.” Dan Haifley, executive director of O’Neill Odyssey, raises funds for the program and its building, and he works with the board of directors to keep things running. He laid out the program’s goals for the next five years: • Serve an additional 25,000 students • Continue to promote environmental stewardship using hands-on, ocean-based

science education for students • Promote outdoor, environmental education as an effective way to engage students for life-long environmental stewardship “We will also continue to promote the learning tools we have developed, including a virtual program for students who cannot get to our program, the ocean currents chart that Laura developed, and data that is on our website from each class that has used our program.” And that’s been a lot of classes. More than 100,000 students have participated in the program, as marked by a celebration June 24 at the Dream Inn at Cowell’s Beach. Haifley knows the program has had in impact beyond just the students, and if even a fraction of those 100,000 eager kids who have moved through the program act on the things they learn, Monterey Bay has many, many stewards. “It’s really exciting to have former students come back and tell us the impact our program had on them,” Haifley said. “That includes teachers who use our program, our own staff, even some of our funders. And after 22 years of serving with our program, it’s heartening that the impact on them has lasted.”

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Educational and Outreach CoordinatorBoat & Water Safety, Washington State Parks & Recreation Commission Editor’s note: We interviewed VanDyke for the Pacific Northwest regional section but found that his perspective on the Washington boater education card and the boater safety education program is applicable to California, now that the state has embarked on its own boater card program. We present the applicable portion of the interview here. The full interview appears in the PNW section.

Derek VanDyke has been boating in the Pacific Northwest for many years, and he’s learned boating’s lessons along the way. When he saw the education coordinator position come open at State Parks, he knew he could put a lifetime of learning to work for Washington state, combining his passion and skills to raise awareness for recreational boating safety. He shared more about his work and boating safety with us. Sea: Can you tell us what you do as the Educational Coordinator? VanDyke: I manage Washington’s Mandatory Boater Education program and public outreach promoting recreational boating safety. The program promotes boater safety education to increase the level of boat operator competency and the understanding of navigation laws on the water, and to encourage safe boating practices like wearing a life jacket and never boating under the influence. Tell us more about the Washington state boater education card. Washington state law requires boater safety education for many boaters who operate a motorboat of 15 horsepower or greater. Washington’s basic education course curriculum is compliant with the national standard developed by the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA). The courses are delivered online by agency-approved course providers, in classrooms by law enforcement agencies, the U.S. Power Squadron and the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, and through a self-study program administered by state parks staff.

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All online and classroom courses offered by outside organizations and vendors are required to meet NASBLA and agency standards. Boaters who enroll in these courses learn a wide variety of skills that can make them a better boater. These include how to identify approaching vs. leaving boats in the dark, how to dock a boat with wind and currents in mind, how to read navigational markers, how to handle overboard situations and more. How does having a Washington boater education card improve safety on the water? According to the American Boating Association, there are thousands of boating accidents reported each year, and the U.S. Coast Guard has determined that 70 percent of these accidents are caused by human error — not craft or environmental conditions. When you go out on the water uneducated, you put yourself and others at risk. When formally trained on techniques for safe and proper boating, boaters are far less likely to have accidents. What have been the education program’s biggest accomplishments? Currently, the program has issued over 318,000 boater education cards since it started in 2006. Our primary goal is to make boating safe and fun; I think improving the education level of boaters has been a great step in this process. We have seen a reduction in boating fatalities among boaters who are required to have mandatory boater education. The program has also worked hard to develop strategic partnerships statewide. In 2016, the program implemented a full-time outreach team that works with partners in local communities to engage in boating safety outreach and education. In 2017, our team provided education and outreach at 44 events in 27 cities and 15 counties in Washington state and supported 150 partners that represented 60 organizations in their outreach efforts. It’s a grassroots approach that I think will be more effective in the long-term over traditional advertising methods.

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PERHAPS ONE OF THE MOST recognizable landmarks in Los Angeles Harbor is the Vincent Thomas Bridge, which links San Pedro and Los Angeles with Terminal Island. The bridge has been featured in numerous movies, including “Gone in 60 Seconds,” “Lethal Weapon 2,” and “To Live and Die in LA.”

Opened in 1963, the bright green bridge is approximately 1,500 feet long. It’s the only suspension bridge in the world supported entirely on piles. When the bridge opened, there was a toll to cross, but in 2000 the tolls were eliminated. The bridge is named after California Assemblyman Vincent Thomas of San Pedro, who championed its construction. The bridge cost about $21 million to build.

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4 • Kids’ Fishing Rodeo. The annual event

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19 • Aloha Outrigger Races and Polynesian Festival. Celebrate the city’s Hawaiian

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10-11 • Lake Tahoe Concours d’Elegance Wooden Boat Show. The two-day show

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Following the annual fishing tournament and weigh-in is an awards banquet and auction benefitting Make-A-Wish of San Diego. Silver Gate Yacht Club, San Diego; $105, adults; $40, junior anglers; tunachallenge.org 25-26 • Bodega Bay Seafood Art and Wine

26 • Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.

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FRASER YACHTS ANNOUNCED the addition of two new members to its team of superyacht sales brokers to the San Diego office. John Gladstone grew up sailing on Manhasset Bay on Long Island Sound, N.Y., and he made his way to San Diego in 1973. David Morris sailed in the waters of the United Kingdom, where he was born and raised. He trained as a captain first in the Mediterranean and then the Britannia Royal Naval College. He served in the navy as an officer for many years and drove major surface warships all over the world. He has lived in San Diego for 20 years.

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SNAPSHOT

By MIKE WERLING

PALM BEACH 70

Customer demand and input lead to a new flagship from Down Under. Yachts is gearing up for a big launch toward the end of this year, when it will unveil the new flagship of the line, the Palm Beach 70. An expansion of the 65, the new 70 features additional volume in the amidships master and in the crew quarters, among other places, and it is available in two versions: express and flybridge.

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In either version, owners have some interior layout freedom, including up to four staterooms and four heads belowdecks. On the main deck, the salon features an L-shaped settee to port and a C-shaped one to starboard. Both have a table, with the portside one more suitable for dining. Forward to port is the galley, whose aft

Builder projections place top speed at 38 knots and cruising speed at 33. counter serves as a breakfast counter to two barstools. Opposite the galley is the helm, which features a doublewide seat and all the

Specifications LOA 75 ft. Beam 19 ft., 2 in. Draft 3 ft., 6 in. w/IPS Fuel 1,585 gal. Water 290 gal. Power Twin Volvo IPS1350 Price Contact builder rep Builder Palm Beach Motor Yachts, New South Wales, Australia; palmbeachmotoryachts.com U.S. Dealer Palm Beach Motor Yachts sells factory direct through reps across the U.S.

Based on the Palm Beach 65, the 70 will feature social zones fore, aft, middle and up top. Up to four staterooms and heads can occupy the belowdecks space.

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latest electronics. Social zones dominate at the bow and stern. A straight settee at the transom and a companion settee in the forward starboard corner occupy the cockpit, and while the bow seating area is smaller, it may be the most popular spot on the yacht. Picture a triangle where the tip of it is the anchor locker and the rest of it is a sunken settee with room for three or four passengers. It’s a spot for great views and wind-in-your-hair

exhilaration underway. The optional flybridge — it adds a level to the yacht without ruining the aesthetics of its profile — contains a second helm, which has three captain’s chairs arrayed across the width of the bridge. Aft is a settee with room for about six people that angles around a large table. A galley unit abuts the settee’s aft console. Builder projections place top speed at 38 knots and cruising speed at 33, with

installed on our Selene and we will test it in the coming weeks.

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Outdoor Market where one can find everything from crafts and artwork to clothes, tools and flowers to musical instruments and local entertainers. The market attracts visitors from as far away as Vancouver and Victoria, but every Tuesday the park is taken over by local growers who bring in seasonal organic produce, fruit, and home-baked pastry and bread. And like the big Saturday market, this smaller event is a great place for people watching. With a well-stocked hardware store just up the ramp, and nearby marine and auto parts stores, Ganges is always a good place to catch up on boat maintenance and smaller DIY repairs. Since beginning this summer cruise, I’ve been checking the status of our 1,200-amp-hour battery bank. For some reason the new SmartGauge I installed to monitor the battery bank’s SOC (state of charge) never shows it to be more than 80 to 85 percent charged, even after being connected to shore power for several days. The voltmeter shows 12.9VDC, so I know the batteries are fully charged. So why is the SmartGauge showing a percentage less than 100? I find the answer when I reread the installation guide: Instead of connecting the instrument’s sensing wires directly to the positive and negative posts at the battery bank, which are located in the engine room, far from the pilothouse where the gauge is mounted, I connected those wires to positive and negative lugs on the DC electric panel. I’m not sure why it makes a difference, but within 48 hours the “smart” battery gauge is reading accurately.

standard power of twin Volvo IPS1350 diesels. Those speeds are attainable due to the semi-displacement warped-hull design, which keeps the bow in the water and produces less resistance. Beneath the cockpit is a tender garage equipped with a winch, to make launch and retrieval simple and quick. We tested hull #3 of the Palm Beach 65 line back in 2011. Check out that review at seamagazine.com/palm-beach-65/.

SEPT. 25-27 FROM ROCHE HARBOR RESORT, where we

have spent a couple of days, to our marina in Anacortes is only a three- to four-hour cruise, but since we’re in no hurry, we decide to visit Rosario Resort on Cascade Bay in Eastsound, Orcas Island. It’s so close to home, yet we’ve never stopped here in the past. This is our first visit to the recently renovated marina and historic hotel originally built as a residence by Robert Moran in 1903. We like what we see, and because it is so close to us, we hope to return for a

Both Gwen and I agree we could easily live aboard full time, if we didn’t love living at our island property as much as we do. winter getaway. Leaving our slip at Rosario, I have a difficult time turning the boat in the confined space available to me. Wind is a factor too. On our previous boat, also a single-screw full-displacement trawler, I had replaced the original rudder with an articulating rudder that proved to be nothing short of amazing for maneuvering in tight quarters. As I write this story, a newly fabricated articulating rudder from BEI is being

SEPT. 26-OCT. 2 WE WAIT FOR THE morning fog to lift before we depart Rosario for our homeport of Anacortes. Since neither of us is in a hurry to end this trip, I manage to stretch a 90-minute run into a slow-motion two-hour cruise. Back in our slip at the marina, we enjoy a further few sunny days on board. We hang out, give the boat a good scrub down, visit with our marina neighbors and catch up on email and personal business. Both Gwen and I agree we could easily live aboard full time, if we didn’t love living at our island property as much as we do. Before we leave, we have one more chore to complete. The new outboard I purchased before this trip needs to be delivered to the dealer for servicing. It is a heavy and awkward beast to hoist down, but we get it loaded into a dock cart, up the ramp and into the car. After being on the water so long, driving a car is always an odd sensation for me. I tend to drive slower and more cautiously. The summer shakedown cruise was a big success. All systems operated as expected, and with the exception of the discharge pump fiasco, we had no significant repairs to deal with, but like every skipper who completes a long cruise, I now have a new list of boat projects that will occupy me over the long and wet winter months ahead.

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R E M E M BE R I NG T OM A L L E N THE WEST COAST yacht brokerage community lost another highly regarded member in June when Tom Allen died. Allen, who had been with Fraser Yachts since 1979 and was based in Seattle, died June 17 after suffering a stroke at age 70. One of Fraser’s longest serving brokers, Allen, who held an Ocean Master 1,600ton all-ocean license, started his marine career early, poking around the shipyard his shipwright father worked at and building his first boat at age 13. He was in the U.S. Navy and served in Vietnam, and then he traveled the world before his nearly 40 years with Fraser. “Tom was a good friend, a real guiding light for me with Pacific Northwest yachting and a superb, easy-to-work-with broker,” said Stuart Larsen, fellow longtime Fraser Broker. “They just don’t make them like Tom anymore. Seattle and the

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(Pacific Northwest) will not be the same, for me at least, without him.” “He was highly respected in the industry, and he was like family to all of us,” said Fraser COO Mike Busacca. “Tom loved the outdoors and enjoyed spending time with his wife and children. He was a great father, husband, friend and yacht broker. He will truly be missed by us all.” “No matter how many times I was with Tom, he would always tell me how much he loved his wife, Allison, that they were ‘made for each other,’ and how happy they were together,” said James Nason, a friend and fellow broker. “He was also so proud of his two sons, Nick and Baxter. Whenever he spoke of his family, he had this amazing twinkle in his eye.” Allen is survived by his wife of 35 years, Allison, and two sons, Nicholas and Baxter.

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Electric Inboard Inboard/Outboard Jet Boat Outboard Single Gas Single Diesel Twin Diesel Triple Engine Twin Gas

SEAmgn Rendova ChrisCrft EdgeWatr BostonWhlr Sea Ray RngrTugs GlcierBy Regal Rinker Sea Ray Sea Ray Skipjack RangrTug Scout275 Sea Ray Albin Bayliner

TYPE, YR, PWR

RL RL RB CC EX SE TG TG CR CR CR CR FS CR EX EX SF FE

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500,000 22,900 31,500 79,900 67,777 54,900 113,500 47,500 54,850 29,950 64,900 52,900 75,000 124,900 199,000 27,500 75,000 21,000

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NrthrpJhsn CrowsNestS Irwin StanMillr SilvrSeas Irwin Irwin OrngCoast Irwin Irwin Irwin Irwin StanMillr Denison SilvrSeas Irwin StanMillr Irwin

SIZE, MFG 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29

Bayliner Bayliner BostnWhlr ChrisCrft Gar Wood Luhr’s Sea Ray Sea Ray Sea Ray Sea Ray Sea Ray Sea Ray Beaver Chaparral Sea Ray Sea Ray Seaswirl Tiara Tiara TiaraCrnt

TYPE, YR, PWR EX CR SF RB RB SF CR EX EX CR CR CR MY EX CR CR SF CR EX EX

06 11 12 06 36 06 07 08 03 09 04 17 16 95 06 04 06 06 01 06

SG SG TG IO SG TD IO SG SG TG TG SG TD TG TG TG TD TD TG TG

PRICE 42,900 59,900 199,550 84,500 205,000 89,000 67,900 79,900 54,900 79,900 52,500 149,500 259,000 27,500 69,900 54,995 94,500 149,000 76,400 89,500

BROKER Irwin Irwin CrowsNestS Offshore CrowsNest SilvrSeas Irwin Irwin Irwin Irwin Irwin Irwin EmrldPac Irwin Irwin Irwin Irwin SilvrSeas SilvrSeas CrowsNest

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SIZE, MFG 30 30 30 30 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 33 33 33 33 34 34 34 34

Bayliner Bayliner Unlimtd Willard Bertram Bertram Camano Sea Ray Sea Ray Sea Ray Tiara Bayliner CaboYchts Carver Eagle Everglds FourWinns GrndBnks GrndBnks Legacy Nimbus NordicTg Rinker Sea Ray Sea Ray Bayliner Bertram Sea Ray Tiara BackCve BstonWhlr ChrlsHrrs FourWnns

TYPE, YR, PWR EX EX RC TR SF SF TR CR CR EX EX CR SF FE MY FB EX TR TR EX CR TR EX EX EX MY CV CR SF EX MY AC CR

09 90 11 76 74 69 03 10 08 98 12 13 06 94 92 15 00 72 71 07 16 03 06 06 04 99 85 97 91 15 12 20 05

TG TG TG SD TG TD SD TG TG TG TG TG TD IO SD TG TG SD SD SD SD SD TG TG TG TD TD TG TG SD TE SD TG

PRICE 69,950 19,900 499,000 57,000 105,000 85,000 119,900 134,900 124,990 48,888 249,000 114,888 239,000 42,000 78,900 255,000 39,999 59,000 39,000 239,000 329,000 185,000 99,500 87,500 79,500 75,000 93,500 109,990 75,000 375,000 299,000 19,500 109,990

BROKER

SIZE, MFG

CrowsNestS Seattle CrowsNestS StanMillr Denison StanMillr StanMillr Irwin Irwin SilvrSeas SilvrSeas SilvrSeas StanMillr Irwin CrowsNestS CrowsNest SilvrSeas StanMillr StanMillr StanMillr Seattle Seattle StanMillr SilvrSeas SilvrSeas CrowsNestS CurtsStks Irwin StanMillr StanMillr CrowsNestS Seattle Irwin

34 34 34 34 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 37 37 37 37 38 38

Luhrs Sea Ray Silvrtn Tllycrft Chaparrl Chaparrl Cruisers Everglds Protctr ScoutLFX Sea Ray Tiara Tiara Tiara Tiara TiaraOpn Carver Cruisers CrusrsYs Hatteras Luhrs Pursuit RslRthbn Sea Ray Tiara Trojan Wellcrft Carver Carver Sunseekr Tllycrft Bayliner Beneteau

TYPE, YR, PWR CV EX SE MY EX EX EX CC RL EX CR EX MY MY EX MY AC CR EX MY CV EX CR CR EX SF SF MY CM FB SF FE EX

02 03 90 89 06 04 11 09 07 16 14 01 03 08 97 04 92 11 08 86 98 14 44 03 08 77 07 95 93 06 90 00 15

TD TD TG TG TD TG TG TE TG TG TG TD TD TD TD TD TG TG TG TD TD TG SG TG TD TG TD TG SG IO TD TD TD

PRICE 109,000 108,000 37,500 78,500 115,000 105,000 198,500 169,000 299,900 360,000 279,777 149,000 179,000 235,000 139,900 179,900 57,500 198,500 235,000 99,000 159,000 335,000 39,950 119,000 299,000 33,900 189,000 39,900 59,500 199,000 115,000 129,900 384,000

BROKER StanMillr Denison CurtsStks CrowsNestS CrowsNest Irwin SilvrSeas StanMillr CurtsStks SilvrSeas SilvrSeas CrowsNest Fraser Irwin StanMillr CrowsNestS Irwin SilvrSeas OrngCoast Fraser CrowsNest SilvrSeas Irwin SilvrSeas StanMillr CrowsNestS StanMillr Irwin Irwin SilvrSeas CrowsNestS OrngCoast Denison

SIZE, MFG 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 41 41 41 41 41 41 41

Donzi Doral EggHarbr Lindell Medtrran Nimbus365 OceanAlex Protctor Regal Sea Ray AugNlsn Cruisers Grndbanks Maxum Meridian Meridian Sea Ray Silvrton Tiara Bruckmn Carver ChrsCrft Formula Formula Nordhavn Trojan ChrisCrft Maxum Meridian Perfrmnc Sea Ray Tiara Tiara

TYPE, YR, PWR EX EX CV MY FS CR MY EX EX AC CR EX EX EX SE SE EX MY CR EX AC EX EX EX MS CV FC AC FE TR EX EX EX

11 06 94 99 90 16 87 08 02 01 47 15 06 96 16 07 10 99 09 16 95 06 00 04 03 89 62 00 07 83 02 02 01

TD TD TD TD TD SD TD OB TG TG TG TD TD TD TD TD TG TG TD SD TG TD TG TG SD TD TG TD TD TD TD TD TD

PRICE 215,000 150,000 139,500 139,995 72,500 489,000 149,900 325,000 147,500 110,000 39,950 449,500 399,000 95,000 495,000 264,850 219,777 120,000 375,000 829,500 79,000 294,000 149,000 139,500 399,000 119,000 38,500 129,500 259,000 153,500 149,850 197,000 229,000

BROKER SilvrSeas Denison CrowsNest CrowsNestS StanMillr Seattle CrowsNestS StanMillr CurtsStks Irwin Irwin SilvrSeas Hampton Irwin ChuckHovy Irwin SilvrSeas SilvrSeas ChuckHovy ChuckHovy CrowsNestS Denison Denison Denison Fraser CurtsStks Irwin Irwin OrngCoast CurtsStks Irwin CrowsNest StanMillr

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60' DEFEVER 60 EURO 2015 - Twin John Deere’s, 3 Stateroom, 2 Head + Day Head, turn key, cruise ready, boathouse kept. $1,495,000. Call or email Matt Maynard at 206-632-2900 / matt@irwinyachtsales.com

80' LAZARRA SKYLOUNGE 2001 - Only 1700 original engine hrs. Built to highest standards in construction. Seller will consider trades of smaller yachts or Real Estate. Asking $1,295,000. Bring Offers! Contact Gil Devine, Emerald Pacific Yachts, 619-497-2993 or cell 619-992-5775

70' HATTERAS SPORT DECK MY 1998 - Featuring a 4 Stateroom w/ensuite head layout, large windows for excellent visibility, and first class interior. Contact Emerald Pacific Yachts for more info www.emeraldpacificyachts.com - 206-587-0660.

50' PRESTIGE 500 S 2012 - 3 Staterooms, Volvo IPS PodDrives, Joystick Controls at Helm & Cockpit, Bow-Thruster, Tender Garage. Asking $725,000 Contact Tom Hugh-Jones tom@denisonyachtsales.com 310.658.0700

FATHOM 147FT MISS TOR YACHT 2007 - Strong charter record. Sundeck gym. Spacious storage. Perfect for entertaining. 5,000,000 EURO. Contact Charles Jones, Yachting Partners International: charles.jones@ypigroup.com, +377 99 99 98 71. www.ypiyachts.com

VAMONOS 45' SIG 2012 - Fast, fun, exciting and comfortable state of the art catamaran. Fraser Yachts – salessandiego@fraseryachts.com +1 619-225-0588

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SIZE, MFG

StanMillr Seattle CrowsNestS CrowsNest Irwin CrowsNestS Irwin StanMillr StanMillr StanMillr Fraser Irwin StanMillr CrowsNestS OrngCoast SilvrSeas OrngCoast CrowsNestS CrowsNestS SilvrSeas CrowsNestS Hampton Hampton StanMillr SilvrSeas SilvrSeas OrngCoast SilvrSeas CrowsNest Seattle OrngCoast NrthrpJhsn SilvrSeas

44 45 45 45 45 45 46 46 46 46 46 46 46 46 46 47 47 47 47 47 47 47 47 47 47 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48

SIZE, MFG 41 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 43 43 43 43 43 43 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44

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Tiara Bracewell Carver CHBEurpa ChrsCrft CooprPwlr GrndBnks GrndBnks GrndBnks GrndBnks J Craft Maxum Mikelson Sabre Sea Ray Sea Ray Silvrton Tiara Tiara Carver Intrepid Tiara Tiara Tiara Tiara4300 Meridian MochiCft Navigatr Navigtor Nimbus405 Pacifica Sea Ray Sea Ray

TYPE, YR, PWR EX SF CR TR SF MY TR TR TR TR MY EX FS MY EX EX FE MY CR CM EX CR EX EX EX CR EX EX PH CR SF CR SE

98 10 07 85 68 89 73 82 01 91 12 02 88 05 91 03 06 04 04 07 10 06 06 01 95 09 08 05 02 17 84 06 06

TD TD TD TD TG TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TG TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD

PRICE 199,000 275,900 269,500 89,500 47,950 99,500 109,000 239,000 459,000 229,000 949,000 184,950 74,500 379,000 58,000 179,000 299,900 349,000 349,000 297,000 449,000 349,000 369,900 239,000 169,000 399,000 459,000 309,000 249,000 755,625 229,000 255,000 329,000

Trojan CHBTrawlr DieslDck Donzi DrlAlgria Monk Bertram Cobalt EggHarbor GrandBnks GrndBnks OceanAlex Regal Regal Sea Ray Bayliner Bayliner Cabo Cobalt GrndBnks LienHwa Riviera Sea Ray Sea Ray SeawayMY Califrnian Califrnian DeFever Mikelson Navgator Navigatr OceanAlex OceanYts

TYPE, YR, PWR EX TR TR MY EX TR SF MY SF TR TR MY SB EX EX MY MY FE EX FC AC FC EX EX PH MY CV TR FE MY MY MY CV

96 80 08 02 04 64 78 08 76 04 01 94 13 15 03 94 94 02 08 05 96 09 12 15 70 87 88 88 89 09 06 05 98

TD TD SD TE TD SD TD IB TD TD TD TD TD SD SD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD

PRICE 119,500 109,900 350,000 99,000 199,777 84,999 175,000 399,000 139,500 549,000 429,000 186,500 535,000 515,000 249,777 177,500 179,900 525,000 399,000 699,000 99,000 759,950 599,000 695,000 81,000 175,000 135,000 254,500 199,000 449,000 385,000 439,000 249,000

BROKER CrowsNest FlyngCld ChuckHovy CrowsNestS SilvrSeas Seattle ChuckHovy CrowsNestS StanMillr StanMillr StanMillr CrowsNest Offshore OrngCoast Denison EmrldPac Seattle SilvrSeas CrowsNestS StanMillr StanMillr Denison Denison SilvrSeas FlyngCld ChuckHovy FlyngCld CurtsStks CrowsNest CrowsNestS StanMillr CrowsNestS CrowsNest

48 48 48 48 48 48 48 49 49 49 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 51 51 51 51 52 52 52 52

Offshore Offshore Offshore Offshore Riviera Sea Hawk Silvrton Defever DeFever Integrity Bertram Bluewatr Carver Jeffrson Marquis Northwest OceanAlex PrncsVkng Sea Ray Sea Ray Silvrton Silvrton Sunseeker Viking Viking OceanAlex Riviera Sea Ray Symbol Bluwatr ChrisCrft Cruisers DeFever

TYPE, YR, PWR MY YF SE MY MY CM CV CM TR TR FS CR FF AC FC TR MY SF CR EX SF CV EX CV SF PH MY FC CM MY FF FS TR

85 87 99 89 18 86 05 01 04 05 94 96 00 02 12 09 05 04 94 98 07 06 01 09 91 99 05 16 86 01 63 08 16

TD TD TD TD TD TD TE TD TD SD TD TG TD TD TD SD SD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD IB TD TD TD

PRICE 175,000 165,000 429,000 199,000 1,289,000 134,500 425,000 389,000 499,000 459,000 209,000 124,500 329,900 319,000 799,000 845,000 465,000 299,000 129,500 159,000 475,000 599,000 225,000 1,050,000 299,000 363,850 674,500 1,250,000 130,000 219,900 89,900 465,000 1,095,000

BROKER FlyngCld Offshore Offshore StanMillr EmrldPac CrowsNest Hampton ChuckHovy Seattle Seattle StanMillr CrowsNest SilvrSeas ChuckHovy SilvrSeas Seattle CrowsNestS CrowsNestS ChuckHovy CrowsNest Denison SilvrSeas SilvrSeas CrowsNest StanMillr Irwin EmrldPac SilvrSeas Irwin OrngCoast CrowsNestS SilvrSeas Seattle

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2014 85' OCEAN ALEXANDER - $4,185,000, Our Trade | Outfitted to the highest standard by a knowledgeable owner & crew. CallSeattle: 206.344.8566 | Newport Beach: 949.515.7700 | San Diego: 619.294.2628 | www.alexandermarineusa.com

2012 90' OCEAN ALEXANDER - $4,375,000 The Ocean Alexander 90 feels almost native to the water with 5 comfortable staterooms (3 + 2). Our Trade | Call - Seattle: 206.344.8566 | Newport Beach: 949.515.7700 | San Diego: 619.294.2628 | www.alexandermarineusa.com

2001 60' HATTERAS - Our Trade - $685,000, Newport Beach, CA. Great example of a classic sport fisher, well maintained with many recent upgrades. Seattle: 206.344.8566 | Newport Beach: 949.515.7700 | San Diego: 619.294.2628 | alexandermarineusa.com

2001 SAN JUAN 38' - Impeccably kept modern day classic. Fresh bottom paint & varnish. Kept in covered moorage. $325,000. Chuck Hovey Yachts 206-624-1908. www.chuckhoveyyachts.com.

“LIFE OF RILEY” 115' CRESCENT 1994 - Custom-built tri-deck cockpit motoryacht. 24' beam, four staterooms. $4,995,000. Ask for JIM ELLIOTT: 949-887-8927. Northrop & Johnson www.NorthropandJohnson.com

2009 AZIMUT 47 FLYBRIDGE - 3 stateroom/2 head layout plus crew. Powered with the desirable and dependable C-9 CATS at 575 hp. $590,000. Contact Chris Elliott to view this yacht in Newport Beach. (949)254-2551 chris@hamptonyachtgroup.com

BROKER

SIZE, MFG

SIZE, MFG

SilvrSeas NrthrpJhsn Irwin StanMillr EmrldPac SilvrSeas SilvrSeas CrowsNestS EmrldPac CrowsNest StanMillr Offshore SilvrSeas Offshore CrowsNest StanMillr CrowsNest Fraser SilvrSeas CrowsNest CrowsNest CurtsStks ChuckHovy ChuckHovy CrowsNestS ChuckHovy Fraser Hampton Fraser ChuckHovy StanMillr CurtsStks Hampton

58 58 58 58 58 58 58 59 59 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 61 61 61 62 62 62 62 62 62 63 63 63

SIZE, MFG 52 52 52 52 52 53 53 53 53 54 54 54 54 54 54 55 55 55 56 56 56 56 56 56 56 57 57 57 57 58 58 58 58

Hatteras Marlneer Midnight OceanAlex Tiara Azimut Carver Navigator Tllycrft Hallett Hatteras Medtrran Medtrran Offshore Sea Ray JnsGoodll OceanAlex Offshore Aicon Calfrnian Carver HighTech Jenkins Norseman Viking Angel Cabernet Carver McKinna Azimut Bertram Bluewatr Hampton

TYPE, YR, PWR FE SF FE FF EX FE FS MY PH EX SF SF FS PH CR PH CM MY FC DC CM MY TR CR SB PH MY PH PH FF SF MY PH

88 70 83 05 00 12 03 97 89 02 04 02 05 07 12 74 01 95 03 86 06 94 13 07 98 90 98 05 07 02 80 03 08

PRICE

TD 178,000 TD 129,000 TD 199,850 TD 399,900 IB 399,000 TD 995,000 TD 399,000 TD 232,500 IB 379,900 TD 269,000 TD 705,000 TD 384,000 TD 475,000 TD 895,000 TD 779,000 TD 239,000 TD 695,000 TD 499,000 TD 425,000 TD 175,000 TD 535,000 TD 225,000 SD 579,500 TD 459,000 TD 359,000 TD 295,000 TD 369,000 TD 479,000 TD 639,000 TD 499,888 TD 189,000 TD 375,000 TD 1,200,000

Hatteras Hatteras OceanAlex Psillpo Roughwtr Spndrft Spndrft GrndHrbr Hatteras Azimut BluOcean DeFever DeFever INACEBucc Maritimo McKinna MtalCrft OceanAlex PrcsnTwlr Sunseeker VicFrnck BuddyDvs Navigator Stephens Azimut Boeing Horizon Nordhavn Osborne Queenshp Custom DeFever Navigtor

TYPE, YR, PWR FS MY PH MY TR CM CM MY SF MY MY CR TR TR FE EX TR MY TR FC MY SF FF FF MY TR MY TR MY PH TR PH MY

90 71 00 85 75 86 87 89 90 84 84 80 15 04 09 00 03 86 02 07 84 89 00 68 09 31 05 93 68 95 99 00 98

PRICE

TD 299,000 TD 169,900 TD 599,750 TD 365,000 SD 299,000 TD 174,500 TD 139,000 TD 295,000 TD 350,000 TD 349,000 TD 749,000 TD 349,000 TD 1,495,000 TD 595,000 IB 1,614,995 TD 499,000 SD 699,000 TD 449,000 SD 549,000 TD 700,000 TD 349,000 TD 339,000 TD 529,000 TD 195,000 TD 898,000 SD 299,950 TD 873,000 IB 695,000 IB 250,000 TD 479,000 TD 799,900 TD 795,000 TD 499,500

BROKER CrowsNest CrowsNestS Irwin CurtsStks FlyngCld ChuckHovy CrowsNest CrowsNestS CrowsNestS CrowsNestS CurtsStks CrowsNestS Irwin Seattle OrngCoast CrowsNest Fraser Hampton CrowsNestS SilvrSeas NrthrpJhsn StanMillr CrowsNestS FlyngCld Fraser Irwin EmrldPac CrowsNestS EmrldPac CrowsNestS CurtsStks ChuckHovy CrowsNestS

64 64 64 64 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 66 66 66 67 67 68 69 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 72 72 72 72 73 73

CircaMrn Hatteras Offshore Sunseekr CapeHrn CheoyLee DnziRscl Hatteras Johnson Pacific TcmaClsc Viking CheoyLee GrbtWlsh GrndBnks Tllycrft Vicem Westbay Marguis Alaskan Azimut Delta HATTERAS Mikelson MnteFino PrncsVkng Westport Bertram Donzi Lantana Viking AwsmBts KnghtCrvr

TYPE, YR, PWR MY MY MY EX TR MY SF SF MY PH PH CV TR HB PH PH MY MY FF MY MY TR MY SF MY MY PH CV CV PH MY MY MY

13 07 10 02 99 00 03 88 15 03 40 03 84 19 97 87 06 02 09 12 98 88 98 00 96 06 85 91 95 69 02 95 90

SD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD SD TD TD SD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD IB IB TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD

PRICE 2,400,000 1,395,000 2,895,000 759,000 549,000 995,000 1,099,000 325,000 2,995,000 879,000 350,000 850,000 585,000 600,000 675,000 495,000 1,250,000 Call 1,650,000 2,449,000 659,000 1,950,000 799,500 975,000 649,000 1,495,000 599,000 695,000 775,000 125,000 799,940 775,000 699,000

BROKER Fraser StanMillr Offshore SilvrSeas ChuckHovy CrowsNestS ChuckHovy Irwin CrowsNestS Hampton CrowsNestS CrowsNest CurtsStks Denison Irwin StanMillr Fraser CrowsNestS SilvrSeas Seattle EmrldPac Hampton EmrldPac NrthrpJhsn CrowsNestS ChuckHovy CrowsNestS StanMillr StanMillr NrthrpJhsn Irwin NrthrpJhsn CrowsNestS

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52' CRUISERS 520 SPORT COUPE 2019 - Triple IPS 600’s Sold with Warranty! Joystick Docking, low hrs. 2 stateroom with bath. Professionally maintained. Recent engine service. Jerry Reeck, Silver Seas Yachts 818-439-8294.

74' STEPHENS MY 1983 - Twin 8V71TI, 4 staterooms with ensuite heads, crew quarters, large salon, formal dining. Top condition,ready to cruise. JUST REDUCED! LLC owned. Orange Coast Yachts (949)675-3844.

1982 44 DEFEVER OFFSHORE CRUISER $154,500 - Abundance. Location Anacortes, WA. 2 staterooms, 2 heads, low hours on Lehman main engines and well maintained all around. Call 855-266-5676 or curtis@curtisstokes.net

2005 52' OCEAN ALEXANDER 520. T-500hp Yanmar w/20 knot cruise. 3 stateroom, 2 heads; spacious & open main deck layout. Bow & stern thrusters, reverse cycle A/C, Avon tender w/40hp outboard, Furuno electronics. STAN MILLER YACHTS (562) 598-9433

2015 PRESTIGE 550 FLY - $1,190,000. Powerful Cummins QSC 600 HP twin engines equipped with Zeus pods. 3 full strms, 2 bathrooms + crew quarters. Spacious master strm w/private entrance & walk-in closet! Dealer maintained. Bayport Yachts (949)631-0228

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2007 64' HATTERAS. T-1550hp CATs w/25 knot cruise. Major upgrades, inc. stabilizers, new electronics, interior softgoods, & Novurania w/Yamaha o/b. Turnkey! She’s a spectacularly outfitted & capable cruising yacht. STAN MILLER YACHTS (619) 224-1510

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SIZE, MFG 74 74 75 75 76 76 76 76 76 78 80 81 82 82 83 83 84 84 85 85 86 86 87 88 88 88 90 90 91 91 92 92 92

FortMyrs Stephens Northern TitanMrn Lazzara MonteFno Offshore Offshore President Aluship Hatteras Thrnycrft Horizon Nrthcst Burger MonkMcQn Delta PrncssVkg Azimut Benetti Burger Nordhavn Onetta JackSrin OceanAlex Tarrab DeFever Star CntrdPsa Delta Allseas Nrthcoast Paragon

TYPE, YR, PWR TR MY TR SF MY MY MY MY MY MY MY MY MY PH MY MY MY MY MY MY MY PH MY MY MY MY MY TR MY MY MY MY MY

92 83 98 08 94 97 07 10 04 14 80 21 05 98 67 80 85 02 05 08 84 07 70 06 10 98 83 67 09 82 10 02 06

TD IB TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD IB TD TD TD TD TD SD TD IB TD TD TD SD TD TD TD TD SD TD TD TD TD TD

PRICE 635,000 449,000 1,698,000 2,575,000 999,995 879,000 2,695,000 2,865,000 1,795,000 2,675,000 410,000 299,000 1,995,000 1,750,000 765,000 389,000 2,690,000 1,724,000 1,895,000 3,795,000 599,000 6,195,000 470,000 1,999,000 3,750,000 850,000 699,000 849,000 4,200,000 899,000 7,500,000 2,495,000 3,500,000

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Dream Catcher Yachts (949) 248-7100 . . . . . . . . . 56

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Aspen Power Catamarans (360) 668-4347 . . . . . 31

San Diego, CA (619) 497-2993

Gallery Marine (206) 547-2477 . . . . . . . . . . . PNW-10

Bellingham Yachts (877) 310-9446 . . . . . . . PNW-5

Seattle, WA (206) 587-0660

Yamaha (800) 889-2624 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5

Carver Yachts (920) 822-9000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CV4

Flying Cloud Yachts (562) 594-9716 . . . . . . . 50, 84

Cutwater Boats (800) 349-7198 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CV3

Fraser Yachts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81

GEAR & ACCESSORIES

Lindell Yachts (360) 629-4163 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

San Diego, CA (619) 225-0588

Clean Way Fuel Fill (772) 460-6670 . . . . . . . . . . . . 41

Maritimo West. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

Seattle, WA (206) 382-9494

Defender Industries (860) 701-3400. . . . . . . . . . . . 90

Compass Point Yachts (949) 870-2239 Ocean Alexander Marine Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CV2-1 Seattle, WA (206) 344-8566 Newport Beach, CA (949) 515-7700 San Diego (619) 294-2628 Waterline Boats LLC/Boatshed USA (206) 282-0110 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

BROKER/DEALER Alexander Marine USA, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45, 60-62 Newport Beach, CA (949) 515-7700 Seattle, WA (206) 344-8566 San Diego (619) 294-2628 Allied Yacht & Ship Brokerage (949) 673-9999. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Bay Yachts (209) 469-4600 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Bayport Yachts (949) 631-0228 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 California Coast Yachts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Newport Beach, CA (949) 877-9664 California Yacht Sales (619) 295-9669 . . . . . . . . . . 56 Cardinal Yacht Sales (360) 647-5555 . . . . . PNW-7 Chuck Hovey Yachts Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56, 74-75 Newport Beach, CA (949) 675-8092 San Diego, CA (619) 222-0626 Seattle, WA (206) 624-1908 Compass Point Yachts (949) 870-2239 . . . . . . . . 48 Crow’s Nest Yachts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49, 64-66 Newport Beach, CA (949) 574-7600 San Diego, CA (619) 222-1122 Seattle, WA (206) 625-1580 Curtis Stokes & Associates (954) 684-0218 . . . . 80 Denison Yacht Sales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46-47, 76 Newport Beach, CA (949) 791-4220 Marina Del Rey, CA (310) 821-5883 Oakland, CA (510) 469-3330 San Diego, CA (619) 822-2715 Seattle, WA (206) 423-5504

Hampton Yacht Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77

Handcraft Mattress Co. (800) 241-7751 . . . . . . . . . 23

Newport Beach, CA (949) 515-0006

Harbor Freight Tools (800) 423-2567 . . . . . . . . . . 89

Seattle, WA (425) 765-7850

Holmes Marine Specialties (800) 501-0607. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA-5

Irwin Yacht Sales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Portland, OR (503) 381-5467 Seattle, WA (206) 632-2900 Jeff Merrill Yacht Sales Inc. (949) 355-4950 . . . . 51 Kadey-Krogen Yachts Inc. (800) 247-1230 . . 70-71 Northrop & Johnson Yacht Sales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Newport Beach, CA (949) 642-5735 San Diego, CA (619) 226-3344 Orange Coast Yachts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 Newport Beach, CA (949) 675-3844 Premiere Yachts (206) 708-7002 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Pompanette, LLC (949) 650-0310 . . . . . . . . . . . CA-8 Quick Gyro (949) 870-2239 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Scan Marine Equipment (206) 285-3675 . PNW-9 Spotless Water Systems (858) 530-9993 . . . CA-6 Sure Marine Services (800) 562-7797 . . . . PNW-9 Yacht Controller LLC (888) 898-7608 . . . . . . . . . . 91 YachtBedding.com (213) 254-5835 . . . . . . . . . . CA-7

INFLATABLES Bullfrog Boats (360) 714-9532. . . . . . . . . . . . . PNW-8

Richard Boland Yacht Sales (510) 521-6213 . . . . 54

Northwest Inflatable Boats (503) 283-5510 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PNW-9

Schock Boats (949) 673-2050. . . . . . . . . . . . 52, CA-3

TradeWind Inflatables (949) 574-8667 . . . . . . CA-7

Seattle Yachts (844) 692-2487 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 Silver Seas Yachts (877) 349-6582 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83

SERVICES

Simpson Yacht Sales (925) 757-6655 . . . . . . . . . . . 55

Essex Credit Corp. (866) 377-3948 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Stan Miller Yachts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68-69

Gallery Marine (206) 547-2477 . . . . . . . . . . . . PNW-12

Long Beach, CA (562) 598-9433

Hotel Coral & Marina (866) 302-0066 . . . . . . . CA-5

Newport Beach, CA (949) 675-3467

Kozwel Boatworks (949) 456-9935. . . . . . . . . . CA-4

San Diego, CA (619) 224-1510

La Conner Maritime Service (360) 466-3629 . . 91

Seattle, WA (206) 352-0118

Marina Park Newport Beach (949) 270-8159 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA-3

Walter Johnson Yachts (949) 421-8006 . . . . . . . . 55

Maple Bay Marina (250) 746-8482 . . . . . . . . PNW-12

Waterline Boats LLC/Boatshed USA (206) 282-0110 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

Mill Bay Marina & Store (250) 743-4303 . . PNW-7

Yachting Partners International . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79

Port of Anacortes (360) 293-3134. . . . . . . . . PNW-4 Port of Bellingham (360) 647-6176 . . . . . . . PNW-13

DOCKS/LIFTS

Port of South Whidbey (360) 331-5494 . . PNW-9

FreedomLift (866) 543-8669 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty (206) 448-5752 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PNW-3

ELECTRONICS Alcom Marine Electronics (949) 515-1727. . . . CA-8

Sevenstar Yacht Transport (415) 316-3072 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Defender Industries (860) 701-3400. . . . . . . . . . . . 94

Sterling Associates (877) 224-4468. . . . . . . . . . . . . 88

Eartec Company (401) 782-4966. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Ventura Harbor Boatyard, Inc. (805) 654-1433 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA-6

Pacific Yacht Systems (604) 284-5171 . . . . PNW-12 Yacht Controller LLC (888) 898-7608 . . . . . . . . . . 95

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