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1995 Custom Build ‘Alpha Crucis’

Everything to the highest standards.

She was christened "Eunice May" commissioned by Steve Allison. Steve is in the business of refurbishing high-class hotels and corporate boardrooms; he has a love of timber, attention to detail and is immaculate in everything he does.

NZ$POA

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1990 Tayana 55 ‘Issara’

Comfort, performance and ease of handing combined.

The Tayana 55 is one of the world’s really successful cruising yachts, combining comfort, performance and ease of handing which when offered commands immediate attention.

NZ$POA

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2004 Wavecrusher 3100

Catch the perfect Wavecrusher.

Wavecrusher is a brand that has made an impact on New Zealand’s marine industry conceived, designed, built and powered specifically for our vigorous sea conditions.

NZ$150,000 ono

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1983 Davidson 28 ‘Kayanna’

The Davidson reputation for sure footed sailing.

This Davidson 28 is a very well equipped cruising yacht with so many delightful surprises everywhere you look.

NZ$16,500

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Kayanna Marina Berth

1986 Homemaker 15m ‘Crescendo’

The princess of your dreams.

This boat represents the ideal coastal and gulf cruiser that offers spacious cruising comfort throughout and economical performance and maintenance.

NZ$350,000

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Crescendo

1996 Catana 44 “Trio”

Be quick to own a pedigree ocean passage maker at an affordable price.

Trio is a 1996 Catana 44, she has cruised the South Pacific and is ready to go again. Be quick to own a pedigree ocean passage maker at an affordable price.

NZ$360,000 ono

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Catana 44 Trio

1990s Pelin Liberty 11.9m ‘Vagabond’

Ideal for gulf cruising and fishing.

A twin seat at the helm station inside or on the flybridge is a great way to share the enjoyment of being underway. She fits into a 12m berth making marinas more viable.

NZ$99,000 ono

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Davidson 47 ‘Grand Prix’

Ready to go - follow the breeze.

We sailed her to Noumea with the wind on the nose almost the entire way. Yet the crew of experienced sailors reckoned it was one of their easiest trips.

NZ$480,000

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