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ASKING $89,000
LOCATED Bristol, Rhode Island

Another innovative and patented hull design by the Shannon R&D team; the Shannon Shoalsailer 32’ is acclaimed for wonderful sailing performance with only 30” draft (no centerboard needed in this boat).  The wide beam continues aft to provide exceptional stability and comfort with minimal heeling.  The twin helm cockpit covered by a “Targa” top bimini feels like a much larger boat.


This Shoalsailer 32 is as finely maintained a Shannon as we have ever encountered.  With seasonal New England use and heated indoor storage every year, this Shoalsailer 32 shows like a new boat. The owner spared no expense in continual upgrades and impeccable maintenance like recent hull Awlgrip.  Sailed off a mooring, the Westerbeke W38 diesel has only 127 hours. With classic Herreshoff white bulkheads with satin varnished teak joinerwork, this custom Shoalsailer interior layout features double berths forward and aft, with two convertible "Concordia" berths, ie. fold up your bedding out of the way in the main salon, along with a seagoing galley, ample lockers and storage spaces, navigation area, and comfortable head. The unique shallow draft capabilities and outstanding sailing characteristics of the patented Shoalsailer design makes the boat perfect for cruising areas like the Chesapeake, Bahamas and the Florida Keys.


The Shannon Shoalsailer 32 has a recent survey and valued at $150,000. SRMHF is offering the Shoalsailer at a reduced price of $89,000 which will make if possible to provide the routine maintenance badly needed on "Pilar" to get her back in the water working again making boating possible for those that need it the most.


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        Shannon Shoalsailer