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36' Custom Flybridge Cruiser Lobster Yacht – Built in Nova Scotia in 1986. Designed and well maintained by original owner. Dual stations, auto pilot, oak keel and frame, Ford 120 hp diesel with low hours, radar/GPS, galley, large berth, and head with shower. Sleeps 4. Flybridge seats 8 with oversized aft recreation area. Potential for fishing charter boat or large family fun. Asking $35,000. All offers considered. Call 207-615-6579


1988 Sea Ox with Shorelander trailer, 230C walk around, 4.3 inboard/outboard Alpha 1, new vortex engine with closed cooling system, all mechanicals freshened less than 70 hours. Owned and rebuilt by Porsche specialist mechanic. ( Trailer reconditioned, brakes, bearings. $17,900. or best offer. H15


2005 Eastern 27 with 280 hp 5.7 Volvo-Penta gas I/O, new sterndrive, hard sides, canvas curtains, hydraulic steering, Raymarine autopilot, radar, chartplotter & fishfinder, v-berth, freshwater head, washdown, much more. $55,000. fjaymeyer @, 207-400-0124.

Complete engine. Under 9000 hours. Rebuilt head. Stored inside. Ready to run. All winterized. Call 667-4714 day and 479-1957 night. Or email rrautoandtruck @ L16


Professionally-built cedar-on-oak lapstrake reach boat. 11 feet by 9 inches. Bright interior finish. Oil finish exterior. Bronze-fastened. Canvas rub rail. Bronze skeg strap. Nearly new condition. Built 30 years ago, stored since. Leave message at 207-525-3540. C17

16' aluminum boat. Forward deck, windshield and side rails. Good condition. No motor. $750. 207-504-7273. E13

T. Jason 28' x 10' 2" x 3' – Kit Boat. Main bulkhead molded. Front floor and V-berth molded. Guard and toe rails on. Non-Skid deck. Bottom paint & boot stripe, S.S. shaft, S.S. rudder & bearings. Call for more information: 207-546-3323. A13

Propellers: Two 22 x 26, One 22 x 25, 3 blade Nibral wheels, 1 1/2" bore. Like new. $600 each. Email for more information. wshute56 @



OLD TOOLS - Carpenter, machinist, blacksmith, pattern makers, planes, levels, rulers, anvils, chisels, chests, benches. Marine hardware, marine antiques. Old guns & fishing equip. Call Jeff at (207)322-1186. D12



MARINE DIESEL MECHANIC needed for a full service two-facility yacht yard in Southern Maine carrying multiple dealerships. This is a career opportunity for a highly skilled, self-motivated individual to join our team. Candidate must have experience troubleshooting, diagnosing and repairing diesel engines and experience with engine installs and systems including mechanical, electrical and plumbing. Must have the ability to prioritize tasks and work within deadlines, and to complete tasks with minimal supervision. Must be organized and detail oriented with good communication skills, basic computer knowledge, and a strong work ethic. Certificates are a plus. Previous training/experience with John Deere, Caterpillar, Yanmar, Westerbeke, and/or Steyr engines a plus. Competitive compensation based on experience and qualifications. Please reply with resume, contact information, and references as available. We offer health and dental insurance, 401(k), paid holidays and paid time off. Position is Full Time, Year Round M-F 7:30am–4:00pm. We offer a great work environment and the opportunity to grow with our company. Kittery Point Yacht Yard represents Maine’s two southernmost full service waterfront repair, storage and maintenance facilities. We have been providing quality service to commercial mariners, yachtsmen and pleasure boaters from up and down the East Coast for almost 50 years. Please email resume’s to Jen Anderson at janderson @ K15


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