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William Garden


Kiinnostavat Veneet

Selection of boats that may be of interest from the list of available boats for sale above.
350 495 EUR 
Trinidad & Tobago
BoatMax
Superb 67' William Garden Ketch This is truly a one-of-a-kind yacht with exemplary level of care that shows in every aspect of her construction, fittings and details. Built in 1964, she's Impossible t
74 680 EUR 
Poulsbo, Yhdysvallat
Gig Harbor Yachts
The design brief to Willliam Garden: a large, protected center cockpit, the ability to see outside from the salon and galley, eight plus knots of speed under power, a separate aft cabin for the kids,
121 686 EUR 
Brunswick, Yhdysvallat
Whiteaker Yacht Sales
"OLD WORLD CHARM" Classic Restoration Awaits Your Closest Inspection Since 2001 "Bequia Chief" has experienced a keel up restoration. When purchased in February of 2000 she was con
74 306 EUR 
Poulsbo, Yhdysvallat
Gig Harbor Yachts
1982 42' Center Cockpit William Garden Ketch, in very nice condition, original (never sanded beautiful teak decks). Kept under her full winter cover, when not underway. Make an appointment to
32 979 EUR 
Englanti
Wooden Ships
William Garden was a Naval Architect and prolific yacht designer based in British Columbia. This double ended Bermudan sloop was built in Sydney, Australia during 1967/68 and was sailed to the UK via
32 979 EUR 
Ardfern, By Lochgilphead, Englanti
Ardfern Yacht Centre
Built in Sydney, Australia during 1967/8 'Rainbow' is a unique boat with a fascinating history and is reluctantly offered for sale following more than 30 years of ownership in the one family. Having m
64 492 EUR 
Eliot, Yhdysvallat
Gray & Gray Yacht Brokers, Inc.
ELLEN C. WELLS is a 34' LOD William Garden designed, gaff rigged schooner finished in 2015 by George Patten Boatbuilding in Kittery, Maine. George has built over 40 vessels in his career, both sail an
7 010 EUR 
Port Townsend, Yhdysvallat
SEA Marine
The Sea Bird II is a well loved design from the 70's. The original 1975 design was based on the historic 1911 famous Sea Bird that took Thomas Fleming Day (early editor of Rudder Magazine), across the