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Books & Art

2021 Edition: Ports Cruising Guides: Rideau Canal and the Lower Ottawa River

Price: $57.95

2021 Rideau Canal & Lower Ottawa River PORTS Guide has returned! Purchase your copy now!

In the 2021 guide, you will find updated aerial photos, completely updated information, great new photography and a Coffee Table worthy cover.

The greatest edition to the 2021 is the FREE mobile app download. Each print guide comes with a single i0s/Android download for your tablet.

Ports Georgian Bay, the North Channel and Lake Huron, 2020

2020 Edition: PORTS Cruising Guides: Georgian Bay, The North Channel & Lake Huron

Price: $64.95

PORTS Georgian Bay, North Channel & Lake Huron all new edition – January, 2020 release!

New Mobile App Free with Every Purchase; Fully Updated Content and Editorial; New Aerials!

Ports Cruising Guide: Trent Severn Waterway

2021 Edition: PORTS Cruising Guides: Trent Severn & Lake Simcoe
Price: $57.95

Stretching 240 miles between Trenton and Port Severn, the historic Trent-Severn waterway is one of the most popular boating destinations in Canada. Our PORTS Cruising Guide to the Trent-Severn Waterway points out exactly where to find the marinas, anchorages, locks, restaurants, fuel and supplies all along the way – including Lake Simcoe. Complete GPS coordinates, a handy distance chart and aerial photos give you everything you need to plan your own Trent-Severn adventure.

In the 2021 guide, you will find updated aerial photos, completely updated information, great new photography and a Coffee Table worthy cover. The greatest addition to the 2021 is the FREE mobile app download. Each print guide comes with a single i0s/Android download for your tablet.

PORTS Cruising Guides: Lake Ontario & The Thousand Islands

2016 Edition - SOLD OUT!
**Please check your local Chandlery for remaining copies**

Explore Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River with PORTS Cruising Guide to Lake Ontario and the Thousand Islands. You'll find detailed information on every port along the way, with expert advice on where to tie up, where to find supplies, where to eat and what to do when you get there. Nearly 400 pages, the PORTS Cruising Guide to Lake Ontario and the Thousand Islands is jammed with aerial photos, hydrographic chart references, GPS coordinates and in-depth local knowledge - it's like having your own private tour guide aboard!

Price - $3000.00

Big Following Sea 10 3/4 x 16 1/2inches 27.3 x 41.9 centimeters signed, titled, and numbered.

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Basic Sailing and Cruising Skills

Basic Sailing and Cruising Skills

Price: $14.95

Basic Sailing and Cruising Skills is based on Rob MacLeod’s 1985 publication by the same name. This new version has full-colour photos and more detailed illustrations. Content is divided into the Knowledge you will need to learn to sail and Lessons broken down the way MacLeod has trained thousands of new sailors – start with the basics and build levels of skill.

Buy a Boat with Confidence and Save Money

Price: $59.95

The Specific Details That Save Money and Reputations...Now In A Step-By-Step Guide. "Most boaters (new and experienced) don't know how to buy a boat." Afterall, being an expert boater and an expert boat-buyer are two entirely different things.

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First Mate 101

Price: $35.95

"How-To" Wisdom for Women in Boating, First Mate 101 Has The Confidence-Building Detail You Need To Stop Worrying And Start Boating. Dozens of innovative tips on how to store everything from food, equipment, bedding, furniture to all the other comforts of home that you want to take boating.

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Buy an old boat brochure Vintage Boat Brochures

Price: $25.00

For over 40 years, the Dawsons have maintained a growing library of 1000's of boat brochures from North American boat builders, extending over 140 shelf feet. We do not have owners' manuals.

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Equipment

Seakits Expedition 500

SeaKits Expedition

Price: 1399.99

Offshore emergency damage control and repair kit. Don’t Let offshore emergencies turn into disasters. Out there, you are the emergency response team. Be prepared to save your boat. SeaKits Expedition gives you the tools to fight the battle. Each kit comes with more than two dozen emergency tools in a waterproof PelicanTM 1500 case.

 

Seakits Essentials 500

SeaKits Essentials

Price: 659.99

Coastal damage control, repair, and safety kit. Emergency repairs, first aid, and distress signaling all in one tough, highly visible kit. SeaKits Essentials is a must-have safety product that helps you protect what matters. Each kit comes with more than a dozen emergency items in a waterproof PelicanTM 1400 case.

 

SeaKits Sport 500

SeaKits Sport

Price: 379.99

Emergency repair and safety kit. When you push yourself and your equipment to the max, things can go wrong. This compact waterproof kit has the right tools, first aid, and safety equipment to deal with it. A must-have for any small watercraft. Each kit comes with ten different emergency items inside a 10-liter dry bag.

 

Winchrite ABT

WinchRite ABT by Sailology

Price $1095.00 CAD

Rotation: 50-130rpm via variable speed technology in both directions allowing for two speed winch rotations. Winch cog contains unique drive to prevent failure in both rotation directions. Cog will not unthread or snap the retaining screw.                                                                                                                                                      

 

Solar Powered SailTimer Wind Instrument RB

Price $749.99 CAD

Includes:  Wind Instrument, quick-start instructions, marine-grade stainless steel 9″ (23 cm) Mounting Rod, four 3/4-inch #8 stainless steel screws, and four pairs of stainless #8 machine screws (3/4-inch) & lock nuts.  Replaceable lithium battery in the nose cone comes with a full charge so you can start using it right away.

Rayplex Gel Kits

Rayplex makes gel coat repair and colour matching easy.

Minor gel coat repairs are easy to get professional results.

Available in white, black-gray-white, red and clear (for metal flake) in various sizes and colours.

Rayplex gelcoat can be used for repairs above and below the waterline.

Anchor Suit

Price Range: $180.00 - 380.00

Constructed With All Marine Grade Components:  5 mil Neoprene, YKK Zippers, Canvas Reinforced Interior, Webbing Handle Reinforced With Grommets,  Finished Ends.

Keep Your Anchor Gear In A Visually Pleasing, Neatly Assembled, And Readily Deployable State.

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Apparel

Price: $45.00

This innovative design can be carried over your shoulder or as a backpack.  Each bag has a rope handle that can be cinched closed as well as an inside zippered pocket.

Approximately 47 cm high x 24 cm diameter

   

Price: $55.00

Unlined round bags with a series of various sized pockets on both the inside and the outside. Some designs use Mylar or other laminates for the pockets. These bags have reinforced bottoms and are ideal for multiple uses such as tool bags or to hold your toiletries and towels when visiting a marina's facilities.

Approximately 33 cm high x 28 cm diameter

 

Price: $65.00

the standard tote bag is made from Dacron or laminated sailcloth (depending on availability), with an inside and an outside pocket.  While the bags are predominantly white, stripes, numbers, and other insignias may be incorporated into the design based on the original sail markings. Handles may be made with sailcloth, lines, or webbing.

Approximately 38 cm high x 34 cm wide x 21 cm deep

 

Price: $75.00

A traditional round duffel bag with two handles and a zippered top.  Made with either Dacron or laminate sailcloth (depending on availability).  There is one outside pocket, and the handles may be made with sailcloth, lines, or webbing. It's an ideal size for taking your life jacket, gloves, boat shoes, etc. with you to go sailing after work.

approximately 55 cm long x 31 cm diameter

Canvas Classic Tote with Navy Trim

Price: $30.00

This 20"W x 15"H x 9"D classic tote is made from biodegradable premium 16 oz. cotton canvas and is attractively trimmed with navy. It features double layered reinforced bottom and wrap around handles including an inside zippered pocket for keys, glasses or change.



  Navy twill cap

Navy Cap

Price: $15.00

This Navy, Low Fit Heavyweight Brushed Cotton Mid profile Cap features a pre-curved peak and a matching adjustable back strap with tuck-in-tunnel.



Classic CY Store Apparel

 

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Exclusive MD Marine & Dock Links Offer!

10% off PORTS Books!

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 2020 Edition: PORTS Cruising Guides: Georgian Bay, The North Channel & Lake Huron

DISCOUNT Price $58.46 | Reg $64.95

PORTS Georgian Bay, North Channel & Lake Huron all new edition – January, 2020 release!

New Mobile App Free with Every Purchase!

Fully Updated Content and Editorial.

New Aerials!

   

2021 Edition: PORTS Cruising Guides: Rideau Canal and the Lower Ottawa River

DISCOUNT Price $52.16 | Reg $57.95

The PORTS Cruising Guide to the Rideau Canal and Lower Ottawa River includes detailed navigational information and detailed aerial photos to make your trip through this historic waterway one to remember. Complete lock-by-lock travel information with GPS coordinates and contact numbers shows you where to stop, where to find fuel, where to eat and where to restock the galley, while its handy distance chart makes it easy to play your voyage.

New Mobile App Free with Every Purchase!

Fully Updated Content and Editorial.

New Aerials!

               

2021 Edition: PORTS Cruising Guides: Trent Severn & Lake Simcoe

DISCOUNT Price $52.16 | Reg $57.95

Stretching 240 miles between Trenton and Port Severn, the historic Trent-Severn waterway is one of the most popular boating destinations in Canada. Our PORTS Cruising Guide to the Trent-Severn Waterway points out exactly where to find the marinas, anchorages, locks, restaurants, fuel and supplies all along the way – including Lake Simcoe. Complete GPS coordinates, a handy distance chart and aerial photos give you everything you need to plan your own Trent-Severn adventure.

In the 2021 guide, you will find updated aerial photos, completely updated information, great new photography and a Coffee Table worthy cover. The greatest addition to the 2021 is the FREE mobile app download. Each print guide comes with a single i0s/Android download for your tablet.

 

 

 

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Performance Sailing

 

 

 

 

 

Martin 242

UPDATE TO CHANGES/DELAYS IN THE 2020 RACING SEASON 

RVYC's sailing season start has been put 'on hold'! 

As of Wednesday, March 18th the following events have been cancelled: https://youtu.be/snCxgNB9Dmw

A reminder of what we are missing

RVYC Race Day

Kitten Cup Regatta

Beginning of Wednesday Night Racing

May One Design Regatta

We will keep you updated as to when some of these events will (hopefully) be rescheduled. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

Welcome to the regional fleet Mark Shelton 

On February 29, the 1st boat of 2020 changed hands. Peter Gelinas of Randle, WA, sold Earth Girls, built in 1987, Hull #193, to Mark Shelton, who is a new sailor from Gig Harbor, WA. The white-hulled boat was listed at US$5500 and came with a dual axle trailer with all-new bearings and seals. Sails were old, and consisted of one main, 3 headsails and 3 spinnakers. Mast and boom are bare polished aluminum. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ronstan Releases Versatile New Soft-attachment Snatch Blocks In Three Sizes For Keelboats

Ronstan has just released a new range of soft attachment blocks which have the highest ratio of dynamic load to sheave diameter of any block in their keelboat block range. 

RonstanUltimate dynamic and static load performance 
Featuring fully machined aluminium cheeks and sheaves incorporating a full contact, self-lubricating composite bearing running on a polished duplex stainless-steel hub, the new blocks are built to last and suit a multitude of demanding applications where high static and dynamic loads are encountered. Many different iterations of the soft attachments were tested before finalising the specifications of the Dyneema® SK99 cord shackle. Proprietary Nodus Factory splicing techniques and fibre surface coating ensure secure load transfer from the block and maximum durability. 

Attach, detach and open. 
The soft attachment passing through the hub provides a simple means of attachment and a protective buffer between the block and boat surfaces. It is secured with a titanium “dog bone” that allows it to be easily opened when you need to detach the block. Soft elastomer retaining guides ensure that the block remains aligned within the soft shackle. 

With the shackle open, a gentle rotation of the cheeks opens the head of the block so it can be fitted to a standing line. To close the block, rotate back to the closed position. A spring-loaded ball secures the assembly, with no additional external straps or bands required.

For more information, visit www.ronstan.com 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kieler Woche flexible not only in terms of dates

The relocation of Kieler Woche 2020 from June to September (5th to 13th) requires some adjustments in the regatta area. “We cannot mirror the regattas 1:1. The classes have been planning differently for a long time, our volunteers and we ourselves have done so," says Dirk Ramhorst, head of organization of the Kieler Woche regattas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After the postponement of the Kieler Woche to September had been discussed with the sponsors, the co-organizers, the German Sailing Association and the volunteers and their support and agreement had been secured, the next phase of planning is now underway. The postponement requires new ideas and a lot of flexibility. But we would like to give the active participants and classes some guidance now so that they can start planning right away", says Ramhorst. The Kieler Woche organizers also deviate from the usual division.

"Of course we will take the class wishes into account. The J24 would like to sail in the first part and probably one day less in order to be able to leave for Great Britain in time for the European Championship. The 420s could slide into part one due to the EM/WM qualification regatta taking place on the second weekend in September, and the 29ers could therefore sail in part two, just like the OK dinghies, which will be holding their IDM in Lower Saxony on the first weekend in September. We try to make a lot of things possible", says Ramhorst. The team around the Chief Race Director Fabian Bach adapted the class and course distribution to the wishes in order to enable as many classes from the Olympic and international area as possible to participate in Kieler Woche.

"Even if the basic structure is in place, it is not set in stone. We are still trying to react and respond to wishes", says Ramhorst, who has received a lot of encouragement for the relocation from the classes and athletes. The postponement to September gives hope for an autumn with regattas, after most of the events have been cancelled until August.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

However, Kiel will move on without the Flying Dutchman and the Moth this year. Their World and European Championships prevent the start in September in Kiel. Other classes, however, are trying to integrate championships that are cancelled before September into Kieler Woche.

The International German Championship of the Offshore Sailors will take place during Kieler Woche as planned. The Technical Department of the German Sailing Association and the Regatta Association of Sea Sailing have given the green light and welcomed the relocation, the Kieler Yacht-Club announced. The Fareast28R should also start during the Kieler Woche. Instead of the planned Pre Worlds during Kieler Woche, the event will now take place after the Worlds (August 10th to 16th in Laboe). But the World Championship and the Kieler Woche are now much closer together, so that the organizers and the class association expect the Fareast 28R boats to stay until after the Worlds.

"It will be a different Kieler Woche than usual, but we want to give positive signals. Of course, the health of the active participants, all employees and guests of Kieler Woche is our top priority", says Ramhorst, who does indeed include in the planning that virologists and politicians could have the last word.

Kiel Week (05. until 13. September):

Part 1 (September 5 to 8):

420, 5O5, J/24, J/70, J/80, Contender, Europe, Fareast 28R, Laser 4.7, Laser Rad. (open), MustoSkiff VXone.

Part 2 (September 9 to 13):

29er (September 10 to 13), 470, 49er, 49erFX, F18, Finn, Laser Rad W , Laser Std. M, Nacra15, Nacra17, OK.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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SuellenThe Maritime Museum of British Columbia hosted the 41st edition of the Classic Boat Festival in Victoria’s Inner Harbour over the Labor Day weekend. 

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100 – Powerboats 

  

 

 

 

 

 

200 – Sailboats 

1981 CS 33 Sloop $39,500 CN. For Sale
Excellent condition, still time to sail south this year!
Laying 50 Point, Hamilton Ontario
 
Specs:
Lead Fin Keel
Displacement 10,000 lbs
Ballast 4250 lbs
 
Dimensions
LOA: 33 ft 0 in
Beam: 10 ft 8 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 9 in
 
Layout:
Double V-berth cabin
Fully enclosed head and vanity
2 Hanging lockers (wet, dry)
 
Engine
Make and Model:
2 cylinder, Bukh model DV 20 M
 
Hours: 2000 approx.
Year: 1981
Fuel: Diesel
NMMA-certified aluminum 24 gal fuel tank
Perkins fuel/water separator filter.
 
On Deck
Dodger (with cover), Bimini, and Insert Panel new 2016
Folding Cockpit table
Fitted cockpit cushions
Swim ladder
USCG-certified Henderson manual backup bilge pump.
Binnacle cover
 
Sails and rigging
Main sail 3 reefs (new in 2013)
Mack Pack Lazyjacks (new in 2013)
135% Foresail with UV
Isomat mast and Boom
Ultrafurl forestay furling
One Lewmar #30, one Lewmar #16, and one Lewmar #16 ST
winches mounted on coach roof
2 Nautos #44 cockpit ST 2 speed winches (new 2013)
Standing rigging X ray’d and forestay and 1 shroud replaced (2009)
Running rigging leads to cockpit
Main halyard replaced 2016
 
Below Deck
6'2" Main Cabin Headroom
Fixed folding table with bottle storage
Pressurized water
70 Gal water storage tanks
CD/Mp3 Stereo with additional cockpit speakers
Keynon 2 burner stove with oven (propane)
Refrigeration - Nova cool (new 2016?)
Enclosed head with manual toilet
Cushions
Teak Binocular case and magazine rack
Brass Clock, barometer, hygrometer
Three-bladed fixed prop (15D X 15P)
PSS packless shaft seal
 
Electrical
30 amp shorepower with 30” cord
Power adaptor
60 amp Alternator
Batteries: 1 starter, 2 AGM house (new in 2017)
3 Bank Xantrex True Charge built in Battery charger (new 2011)
Automatic Bilge pump
 
Safety and Navigation
VHF – with cockpit external microphone
Binnacle mount Compass
Garmin 128 GPS
Ray marine dragonfly 4 chart plotter with Sonar
Furuno 10" Chart plotter
JVC Radar
Autohelm 4000 autopilot
Heaving line
Flares/launcher
Radar Reflector
2 fire extinguishers
LED anchor light
Emergency Tiller
Circular life ring with 50’ heaving line in throwbag
 
Ground tackle
20 LB CQR anchor with X ft chain and Xft line
18lb??? Danforth anchor
Lewmar electric/manual windlass
 
 
Other
Fenders 2018
Dock lines2018
2 boat hooks
Folding Steel storage cradle
Canvas zippered winter cover and frame
 
Additional info
Hull sanded, re-epoxied, and re-sealed 2017
 
Contact: Peter Ruddlesdin 905 933-2426
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 Posted August 11, 2022

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tanzer 10.5TANZER 10.5 (1983) PILOT HOUSE
$29,900 USD OR BEST OFFER
✓ I OWNED THIS SAILBOAT FOR OVER 29 YEARS,
✓ CRUISED ALL THE GREAT LAKES (MOSTLY NORTH CHANNEL)
✓ MY WIFE AND I LIVED ON IT FOR OVER 14 MONTHS COMPLETING THE TOTAL GREAT LOOP
✓ BOAT IS LOCATED NOW IN OHIO, LAKE ERIE
THERE IS A DVD AVAILABLE WITH OVER 50 PICTURES OF THE INTERIA AND OUTSIDE
 
MAIN BOAT SETUP:
• ELECTRIC ANCHOR WINDLASS (100 FT CHAIN/3 ANCHORS)
• HOOD MAINSAIL STOWAY MAST
• VETUS BOW THRUSTER
• PROFURL HEADSAIL SYSTEM
• ELECTRIC HYDR LIFTING KEEL SYSTEM
• MAST TUBERNACLE WITH LOWERING EQUIPMENT
• SELF TACKING JIB SHEET SYSTEM
• GARMIN CHART PLOTTER (DEPTH,TEMP)
• RAYMARIN AUTO PILOT
• HANDHELD WIRELESS AUTO PILOT CONTROLLER (REPLACED INSIDE STEERING SYSTEM)
• 50 AMP CHARGER/ 1000-WATT INVERTER
• MICROWAVE
• BATTERY 12V MONITOR (3-12V & 2-6V BATTERIES)
• REFRIGERATOR/FREEZER 9 CUFT
Tanzer 10.5• GIMBALLED THREE BURNER STOVE/OVER (PROPANE)
• HOT/COLD PRESSURIZED WATER SYSTEM
• RAW WATER PUMP OUTSIDE CLEANING HOSE SYSTEM
• TWO LEWMAR SELF-TAILING WINCHES (2 SPEED)
• REPLACED DRIPLESS SHAFT SEAL-2021
• REPLACED STAINLESS ELBOW & PIPE SYSTEM -2021
• REAL SPECIAL QUEEN SIZE MATTRESS FOR STERN BED
• SOLAR PANEL
• TWO LARGE & SIX SMALL HATCHES PLUS THREE PORTHOLES
• RAIL MOUNTED LIFTING SYSTEM
 
OWNER:
CARL GOTTWALD
EMAIL- This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
419-320-3154

 

Revised October 31, 2022

 

 

 

 

 

Beneteau Oceanis 343FOR SALE: 2007 Beneteau Oceanis 343 (35.5 feet) - $135K

Fresh water boat only, 750 houres engine Yanmar 30HP
Radar, Raymarine plotter, instruments, In mast furling main, Full enclosure, 2 cabins, 4,9 feet draft. 2020 survey available. Boat in very good shape technically and visually and well loved.
Perfect for GB, but the owner going Caribbean and needs bigger vessel.
3 sails, main roll genoa, genker. “NAVIGARE”
Currently in Peneteanguishene, Ontario.

Please contact Karol: 416-834-4465

Posted November 2, 2021

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

300 – Accessories/Gear

Volvo Penta IPS podsFOR SALE: IPS 15E Remanufactured lowers 
1.84 Ratio
Volvo Penta Part Number 3801715 & 3804715
Two Units available located in Ontario, Canada. Fresh water units.
$32,000cdn each

Feel free to reach out if you require more info.
Mitch Mulholland
705-345-0665

 Posted November 28, 2022

 

 

 

Volvo Penta IPS Pods

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Volvo Penta propellersFOR SALE: BRAND NEW, Never Used, Perfectly Balanced Volvo Penta IPS Twin Counter-Rotating Propellers

Genuine OEM front 3-blade propeller (OEM part #3861102) and rear 4-blade propeller (OEM part #3861103).

Made of Nibral nickel-bronze-aluminum alloy.

Specifically developed for IPS with D4 and D6 engines.

Type T5 designed for full-planing hulls.

New price is over $5,000, asking $3,500.

Contact:

Dietmar Reiner

Courtice, ON

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(416) 735-6559

Posted November 28, 2022

 

 

 

 

 

 

FOR SALE: 115 V, Marine Ice Maker, good condition
Ideal for boats, RV’s, or outdoor kitchen.
Cut-out: 14” W x 24 1/4” H
Dimensions:
14” W ( + flange)
24” H ( + flange)
14 1/2” Deep (+ door 2”)
$500 obo
250-507-9898 (Sidney, BC)

Posted November 7, 2022

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Peter Storm foul weather gear

 

FOR SALE: Peter Storm foul weather suit.

Good used condition..pants hardly worn Size large. I would like to get $100 for it.

Susan Fenwick

Markham

Phone: 647-868-3143

Posted: July 4, 2022

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

400 – Sails

 

 

 

 

500 – Crew/Employment

 

 

 

 

 

600 – Rental/Charter/Exchange

 

Caribbean boat slip with luxury condo attached. Minutes from the sea, yet one could hardly design a better hurricane hole.  Located in the gated resort community of Puerto Aventuras, it is incredibly peaceful, safe.  The slip accommodates a 40 ft x 15 ft x 5 ft boat.  It’s a fishing and sailing paradise.  Condo is a 3 bedroom, 3 1/2 bath penthouse with a rooftop garden w/ marble floors, wet bar, and “hot” tub.  All marble finishes, in great shape.  There is something particularly satisfying, to look down on your boat from your 2nd floor, quiet and peaceful, terrace.

For more information, contact Robert Bennion 

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720-297-6651

Posted May 24, 2022

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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