Just below this ad they also had a Scott Kaufman designed boat that looked pretty good. Alas, it was a might too far for a quick drive down for a quick inspection. A mere 8021 miles air miles.Kalik 33 3/4 tonner. I wanted to buy this particular yacht a few years ago. Now has come on the market requiring a few repairs. It will be a rotted teak/ply deck problem for sure. Easy straight forward job to rip off the teak and replace the ply and cover with epoxy and cloth. Definitely good value and if I had not bought my SS34 with the same deck job I would jump at this.
Unfortunately, this one was getting into the era of the "pop top" boats - with the collapsible cabins.Scorpio 1/4-tonner designed by Vismara built by Costigliolo
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I always get tempted by these sorts of deals - but the cost of maintaining is above what I want to afford. Plus finding a slip would be extremely difficult if not impossible locally for at least 5 years. I figure 35 ft LOA is my max and preferably smallerLooks like a steal for a handy person.
That's a Pathfinder diesel isn't it?
The teak deck is scary but within the limits of the pics it doesn't look toasted.
Everyone bar the bowman through the cockpit on tacks. Those coachroofs don't make stacking the rail with extra weight easyUnfortunately, this one was getting into the era of the "pop top" boats - with the collapsible cabins.
I seem to recall a photo of a custom Dubois or Humphreys QT with a shallow cockpit extending from stern to bow with a pop top cabin.
Yes, WTF is up with that? And it's not like it was an owner mod, Kaufman's deck plan below shows it that way as well.That offset hatch under the traveler is pretty scary too.
Could be mechanical or structural issues, but I will hazard a guess that it is market driven. As much as I like the looks of her - who would possibly buy this boat?Yeah. That was in the water in front of Anthony's in Everett for over a year... then was on the hard at the yard for a long time. Then gone, and apparently now back on the market, but 50 miles further south in the Sound....
The boat a appeared (from the outside) to have been decently maintained. It's a winch-farm, and a lot of the gear seems oversized (which makes me think it is either really heavy, or was massively over-spec'd.... I mean, Barient two-speeds for the traveler winches?)
No idea what it's like mechanically or structurally. Priced at $11k, I can probably make some guesses.