2004 Mainship Pilot 34 Sedan –   SOLD 

One of the most economical, practical and popular Mainships built, Essence II is all that and more! Whether you are plying the coastline of the northeast or heading south to the Islands, this 34 Mainship is up to the task!  With twin Yanmar diesels consuming only eight gallons per @ 3000 RPM, she is extremely fuel efficient while delivering a performance style ride.  And, docking is a breeze as these twins can respond to the tightest of situations!   Weather looking a little ominous on the horizon?   No problem as Essence II will give you the comfort to ride out inclement weather or the ability to enjoy the sun from its open cockpit transom – she’s an all-around boat for the entire family to enjoy!

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2009 Everglades 270 CC  – SOLD

“Escape Clause” is a top quality, seasonably maintained CC loaded with amenities for only $99,000!

Known as the 270 Center Console, this model has been one of the more popular selling in the Everglades lineup due to its size and numerous fishing amenities. In this particular case, Escape Clause has been lightly fished, as the owner primarily devoted his time cruising to close-in destinations with family and friends – one of her other great attributes! There is a comfortable fold-down transom seat for two, twin flip-up bolster seats at the helm and twin seats forward of the console. The T-top/console is integrated, features a wrap-around windshield with cockpit vents offering outstanding protection from the elements. Standard features include a 66-gallon livewell, bait rigging station, rod storage, docking lights, and powder-coated railings. The portside slide-out cooler tucks neatly away in the transom. The transom seat lifts for access to the batteries and thru-hulls. The foam-filled hull is considered unsinkable. And, the fit and finish is very impressive. Top speed is between 45- 50, depending on load, with twin Yamaha 250s. To cap it all off, she comes equipped with a 2010 Triple-Axle Road King Trailer that has never touched saltwater! A great means of “escape” from tropical storms or Hurricane prone areas.

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Regal 3350 Sport Cruiser –

This beauty has just gone through extensive service and upgrades! She has twin 8.1 (375 HP) Volvo engines with brand new Ocean X Drives. The service on the Volvo engines include new transom mounts, hoses and exhaust pipes which have been installed bringing this equipment to current standards. Maintenance items such as new alternators, risers, manifolds, elbows, serpentine belts and spark plugs have all been replaced and are new. Also, FLY N FISH has all new canvas and recent major service performed.

This Regal is one for those who favor pursuing their pleasures in the lap of luxury. The cherry wood dining table converts to a double bed. This 3350 also comes with a fully enclosed head, cedar lined hanging locker, large skylight with hatch and ample storage for long weekend adventures. If you are in the market for a boat of this type, please don’t let this one get away! She has been professionally serviced and maintained on a regular basis. A great feature of this 3350 is the large cockpit that can accommodate up to ten people.

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1999 Mainship Pilot 30′ 

This Mainship Pilot 30 is a Downeast style cruiser with a very functional and practical layout.  The single inboard diesel setup makes this boat very economical.  Her modest amenities make her an ideal weekend cruiser. 

The Mainship Pilot 30 is at home on the Chesapeake as well as in the Bahamas or the San Juan Islands. The full protection of the sand shoe design allows for beaching and running in shallow water. The full keel provides excellent stability in a beam sea while allowing the boat to track like it was on rails. The classic down-east look is enhanced by the sturdy low-maintenance aluminum bow and safety rails. Whether the purpose is to fish, dive or cruise, this Pilot 30 can fit the bill. The elongated cockpit allows for plenty of anglers, and the wide covering boards will accept a battalion of rod holders. The bridgedeck settees will double as extra bunks for the overflow of family and friends or as just a great place to tune up a tan. In the cabin, large V-berths double as a dinette and the mid-seats provide a great place to relax with a good book. The teak trimmed galley comes complete with a two-burner range, a refrigerator, a sink and even an icebox. Storage is plentiful, while light and ventilation is provided by six screened portlights and an overhead hatch. The large head boasts a Corian counter, an electric toilet and an integral shower, plus dry storage and a mirror. The single diesel will propel the Pilot 30 at a pleasant turn of speed while providing a truly economical rate of consumption. The wood-free exterior needs only soap and water and some waxing. The Pilot 30 is ergonomically designed to give the captain an excellent vantage point to observe surroundings and to pilot in safety. The tilt-out helm station offers plenty of space to accept all kinds of electronics (including an optional bow-thruster keypad). Sliding helm and companion seats make the cruising even more comfortable.

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2001 Albin 28 Tournament Express-SOLD 


One of the most popular 28-foot cruisers ever produced, the Albin 28 TE combines distinctive Downeast styling with a spacious cockpit and comfortable cabin accommodations. The 28 is heavily built on a modified-V hull with a generous 10-foot beam, deep forefoot, and a prop-protecting skeg keel. Below decks, the roomy interior of the 28 TE has the comforts of a larger cruiser with a full-service galley with fridge and microwave to port, standup head/shower to starboard, midcabin berth aft, and a convertible U-shaped dinette forward. A teak-and-holly sole was standard, and six opening ports provide good cabin ventilation. Wide side decks make it easy to get around on the Albin 28. Additional features include a molded bow pulpit, trim tabs, gunnel rod holders, full-height bow rail, cockpit H/C fresh water shower , bow thruster, and transom storage boxes.   Cruises at 16–18 knots with single 315hp Yanmar diesel.

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2004 Sea Ray 260 Sundancer

The Sea Ray 260 Sundancer has the sleek good looks and high-caliber performance expected from a larger, more expensive cruiser. It offers a luxurious cabin that sleeps four and is packed with creature comforts inside and out. 


Price Includes a Roadrunner Trailer.

Engine Completely Serviced 4/2017

  • Raymarine 215 VHF
  • Clarion Stereo
  • Windlass Anchor
  • New Batteries 2017
  • Duo Prop

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Mainship Trawler 34′  

Recent 2013/2014 upgrades in excess of $15,000.00 make this Mainship Trawler “turnkey” and ready to tackle any “Loop!”  Consider the following enhancements:

  • New Deep Cell House & Starter Batteries. 
  • Balanced the fuel draw from both tanks.
  • Complete new bimini top canvas and isinglass side curtain s (June 2014).                
  • Complete new ground tackle with 122′ of rode and 30′ of chain  (June 2014) 
  • New two-coat bottom paint with all new zincs (June 2016) .
  • Bottom Professionally Cleaned Monthly.
  • Forward deck, side decks & flybridge re-cored, re-fiberglassed and re-gelcoated (June 2014).
  • Aft cockpit deck re-gelcoated (June 2014).
  • All sea cocks serviced (or replaced if necessary June 2014).
  • LectraSan system serviced and loop installed for more efficient operation (June 2014).
  • Three (3) new bilge pumps (2013).

With these recent upgrades and a REDUCED listing price of $33,900, “Knocking Around” is a great way to experience the cruising lifestyle in confidence  at a fraction of the cost of more expensive trawlers!

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Sea Ray 260 Sundancer

This is a well maintained 260 Sundancer that is turn key ready to enjoy!!

An extremely well styled boat, the Sea Ray 260 Sundancer set the class standards in her day for feature-rich accommodations
and leading-edge design. Sea Ray builds a good boat—the level of quality ranks among the best of any production builder of midcabin designs—and the gelcoat, hardware and finish of the Sundancer are impressive.

Below decks on the 260 Sundancer,  the sliding cabin door has steps to the foredeck molded in, an innovative idea that saves space at the helm. Headroom below is adequate for most adults, and a full galley is standard along with a good-size head compartment and a reasonably spacious mid-stateroom. In the cockpit, the rear seat folds out of the way when not in use.

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Chris Craft 20′ Speedster 2007


  • New Mooring Cover
  • Bimini Top
  • Stern deck Pad
  • Snap-in Carpet


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