Yachts for Sale | Transport of Yachts

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30000 USD

FAREAST 18 - BUDGET YACHTING (FOR SALE NOW)

This yacht looks rather small, but is optimally designed to achieve great performances, from budget pleasure sailing to competitive regatta sailing. Mark and Model: FAREAST 18 Launched Year: 2016 Length: 18 feet (5.8m) Builder: Shanghai Far East FRP Boat Co., Ltd. (China) Design: Simonis - Voogd (The Netherlands) Length overall: 5.80 m Length of hull: 5.61 m Length waterline: 5.15 m Beam: 2.20 m Draft max: 1.20 m Displacement: 650 kg Ballast: 280 kg Total Sail Area: 22.0 m2 Mainsail Area: 13.10 m2 Jib area: 8.90 m2 CE certified Class: C (modified to B) Equipment: - 2 outboard engines: 1) YAMAHA 15HP (2-stroke gasoline); 2) ePropulsion 1kW (electric) - SEIWA SEAHORSE E Chartplotter (Charts: Asia including Cambodia, Vietnam, Philippines, Taiwan, China, Japan, Korea and Europe: Black and Mediterranean Seas) - LOWRANCE Link-2 VHF/GPS with DSC - NAVTEX NTX100B (English/Chinese) - Raymarine ST2000+ Autopilot - Solar Panel with Charger - Panasonic CY-VHD9401U DVD Video Player - Fridge/Heater (12v) - Portable Washing Machine (12v) - 210AH Battery - Inflatable Dinghy - 2 sets of sails (2 jibs and 2 mainsails) - 6 fuel tanks of 24 liters each = 144 liters Flag: Dominica (We can register the yacht in Dominica under the buyer's name. The price for 5-year registration in Dominica is US$2500). Costs: Yacht price is US$30,000 (cost of the new yacht with the same equipment is US$42,000) Delivery in Asia & Oceania is US$5,000 5-year yacht registration in Dominica under the buyer's name is US$2,500 (optional) Yacht Location: Taiwan

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10000 USD

YAMAHA 24 FESTA

This is a sample of a used yacht you can find for this price in Japan. We planned to buy this yacht but were refused a visa to Japan! We embraced this turn of events as God's Will. Therefore we ordered a new yacht (Fareast 18) in China. This model is not easy to find but it's become one of our favourites because of its comfortable design. It has a big toilet compartment for this size of yacht. There is a storage compartment at the bow which is important because storing heavier items to the front helps stabilize the yacht during sailing. We also like the roomy cockpit with table. Only Festa models have self-tacking jibs, which make them unique among Yamaha sailing yachts. Self-tacking jibs and staysails are popular on boats of all sizes because tacking is nearly automatic, with no need to haul or release a sheet. They work well with furling systems. Traditionally sailing yachts had 2 jib sheets. Every time you tacked your crew had to take one jib-sheet off and wind the other one on. With a self-tacker it’s simple: when you go about the headsail moves across from one side of the boat to the other on its own. There are no winches to grind. And there’s no rushing around on deck while you tack. So if your crew can’t make it, you can still go sailing. The obvious advantage of owning a yacht with a self-tacker is that it’s incredibly easy to sail. It’s no problem to sail single handed or with an inexperienced crew. The smaller headsail does not get caught and damaged on the guard rails so it lasts longer. And there’s no more heading up front to skirt the sail. On a traditional yacht with a genoa you keep having to ask your guests to move out of the way while you grind winches.

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5000 USD

YAMAHA 26C

This is a sample of a used yacht you can find for this price in Japan. It is the first model we seriously considered buying. One of the major reasons we focus on Yamaha sailing yachts is because we like the attention paid to detail. They are made with high quality and modern design.

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10000 USD

YAMAHA 26CEX

This is a sample of a used yacht you can find for this price in Japan. The 26CEX differs from 26C in that the toilet compartment is closed and this door can also separate the front cabin for more privacy.

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20000 USD

YAMAHA 30C

This is a sample of a used yacht you can find for this price in Japan. This model is very comfortable for living onboard.

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20000 USD

YAMAHA 31 FESTA

This is a sample of a used yacht you can find for this price in Japan. Yamaha 31 Festa obtained the Good Design Award in 1995 (Award No.: 95M0791). Good Design Award is operated by Japan Institute of Design Promotion. Our opinion is that Yamaha 31 Festa is one of the best yachts in the world. Unfortunately Yamaha Motor Co. Ltd. does not produce this yacht anymore. It's very difficult to find this model on the second-hand market. Also, in many cases, some basic knowledge of Japanese is necessary to contact sellers. Only Festa models have self-tacking jibs, which make them unique among Yamaha sailing yachts. Self-tacking jibs and staysails are popular on boats of all sizes because tacking is nearly automatic, with no need to haul or release a sheet. They work well with furling systems. Traditionally sailing yachts had 2 jib sheets. Every time you tacked your crew had to take one jib-sheet off and wind the other one on. With a self-tacker it’s simple: when you go about the headsail moves across from one side of the boat to the other on its own. There are no winches to grind. And there’s no rushing around on deck while you tack. So if your crew can’t make it, you can still go sailing. The obvious advantage of owning a yacht with a self-tacker is that it’s incredibly easy to sail. It’s no problem to sail single handed or with an inexperienced crew. The smaller headsail does not get caught and damaged on the guard rails so it lasts longer. And there’s no more heading up front to skirt the sail. On a traditional yacht with a genoa you keep having to ask your guests to move out of the way while you grind winches. LS Cable & System (Korea-based industrial corporation with global operations and one of the biggest cable manufacturers worldwide) is sponsoring Seoul's 700 Yachting Club Racing Team. Thanks to the sponsoring the Yachting Club was able to upgrade one of its Yamaha 31 Festa yachts to enable it to participate in International Class and Offshore Racing Class (ORC) races. The LS C&S boat came third in the Korea Cup 2012 in the category "Leg 1" and ranked third in the BMW Cup as well.

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