Downeast Cruiser by Camille d'Eon - Flybridge Enclosure, FL - $25000 (Astor, FL)

by Donald Stiff
(Daytona Beach, FL)

We sold "Grace" to her present owners, they have lovingly restored her, and now in the best condition she has been in since they bought her in 2010.

Reluctantly they have decided to sell due to health reasons.

While they wish to sell soon to reduce their expenses, more importantly Grace is sold to a new owner that can appreciate her heritage, the quality of construction, and ability to keep taking this rugged downeast cruiser in the right direction of fit, finish and restoration.

She is completely turn key and ready to cruise.

Great liveaboard vessel in marina and on the anchor.

Boat is equipped with solar power, generator and inverter that allows you to stay off the grid for a long time.

The ground tackle is great: 75lb rocna with 120 feet 3/8 BBB chain (and 300 feet of rope).

For more detailed information on this classic girl please visit:

Listed by Capt. Hal Oakes, Professional Yacht & Ship Broker
Midcoast Yacht & Ship Brokerage-p;0


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