1923 Halibut Schooner

by Murat Aritan
(Sitka Alaska)


  • 65 feet long.


  • 342 cat for main.


  • Hull in excellent condition.


  • Selling her for $65000.00 or best offer.

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Dec 15, 2013
pictures, etc..
by: Anonymous

Is she still available???? Looking for a vessel to
act as "packet schooner". ie., freight, passengers, cargo/goods, in Puget Sound area.
Thanks,
Art artlohrey@gmail.com

Dec 05, 2012
Divorce?
by: Anonymous

Must be a divorce and he don't want to sell.

Nov 08, 2011
contact information?
by: Duncan

Please post contact info if she's still available
11/08/2011

Nov 14, 2009
Pictues help
by: Anonymous

It is very hard to consider a boat without more description...never mind at least one picture

thank you
Caset Hayne

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