1980 Bounty North Atlantic 29 for sale Alameda California

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  • 16 Oct 2017 23:40
    Message # 5317571

    Hello fellow junkies!

    Sorry my lack of communication as of late , LIFE has gotten in the way!

    I am listing my NA 29 for sale ... to free up funds for my next project (YES ...it is a sailboat) I've decided that my cruising plans will include more than just myself ...and am looking to get a bigger boat.

    I have spent the last year toiling away my NA29 ...and she is mere steps away from being a cruising sailboat again.

    She is quite the comfortable liveaboard for a solo sailor or "close" couple. 

    Located in Alameda , California ... across the bay from san Francisco and a minutes walk to chandleries , boatyards and anything you may need for the boat.

    The slip is transferable and monthly rent is $286.

    Although I'm not a "legal" liveaboard ...I DO liveaboard and have never had any problems . The marina staff is really cool.

    I'm listing the boat at a "giveaway" price that reflects the fact that she still needs some work ...and I need to sell ASAP.

    $12,000. USD

    feel free to call or email for photos and spec sheet.

    thanks

    Jonny

    650 701 642

    lazystar@aol.com


  • 28 Oct 2017 16:22
    Reply # 5409453 on 5317571

    Bollocks, if this was East coast you would have a buyer.  Jonny we have spoken on the phone.  Good luck, David.

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  • 28 Oct 2017 16:37
    Reply # 5409594 on 5409453
    David Dawes wrote:

    Bollocks, if this was East coast you would have a buyer.  Jonny we have spoken on the phone.  Good luck, David.

    Thanks David! How are you? You could always truck her east? FYI: I have a mechanic coming Weds. to get the engine running.


  • 28 Oct 2017 19:01
    Reply # 5413330 on 5317571

    Such an awesome example of the NA29.

    Were it not for an "offer I can't refuse" on my Junk Pearson 367, I most definitely would be making my way to Alameda.

  • 28 Oct 2017 22:06
    Reply # 5420615 on 5317571

    Yes, a great boat.  I hope she soon gets a new home!

    Good to hear that you now have a boat, Mark. Am I right in thinking that she is this one? If so, she certainly sounds like a gift.  Unfortunately, all the rest of the details had been deleted :-(  Wyoming is a long way from the sea - where will you keep her - or are you going to move on board and go sailing?

  • 28 Oct 2017 23:54
    Reply # 5422168 on 5317571

    That is the one.  Our first junk.

    I uploaded photos to my profile.

    We have been boondocking in our RV for 2 years and are preparing to move back afloat. Wyoming is our PO Box.

    The previous owners, a charming young couple, did the conversion, built the mast, and sails. I have there many design drawings, which I will upload later, that look to be Hasler inspired. 



  • 30 Oct 2017 01:35
    Reply # 5442698 on 5317571

    Hi guys! 

    Thanks for the votes of confidence! Haha! I showed the boat to a few armchair sailors ...and have been sending files to interested parties.

    Also: I FINALLY got my neighborhood diesel mechanic to commit and give me a few hours of time this week . So , hopefully the motor will be up and running as well.

    Jonny

  • 15 Nov 2017 03:14
    Reply # 5586753 on 5317571

    Hey everyone. My boat is STILL available ...and the great news is : The motor is up and running strong. I pulled the injectors and had them serviced and the nozzles replaced ....and she fired right up.

    I'm re-listing her on EBAY tonight. Feel free to ask any and all questions ...or to contact me to come see the boat.

    Here is a link to the motor running on youtube:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2_aW4XKRIfE&feature=youtu.be

  • 15 Nov 2017 20:11
    Reply # 5588045 on 5317571
    Such a great boat.  I hope she soon finds a new owner.  Just as well I'm half way through building something, or I'd be tempted!
  • 16 Nov 2017 01:16
    Reply # 5588525 on 5317571

    Thanks Annie! Coming from you , that means a lot! She really is a sweet boat.

    How is your's coming along????

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