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Updated on 04/07/2014

 

Bristol Owners can list Items for sale, trade or donation on this page.  Since the Bristol Owners' organization does not benefit from the profits, it also does not take responsibility for the items.

Bristol 32    
Glad Tidings

1970 Bristol 32

Full keel Ted Hood design

Awlgrip hull in 2010, Deck in 2012

Haarstick racing sails

155% carbon kevlar genoa

140% dacron genoa

110% genoa

90% jib

Full batten main

 

Atomic 4 with Indigo electronic ignition

Overhauled in 2001, extremely reliable

New cutlass bearing and shaft 2013

 

Asking 25,000

pictures on request but also found on this website

 

Douglas Axtell

585-764-8214

daxtell@rochester.rr.com

 

   
Bristol 29.9 Bristol 26 with 15HP Honda   
I have a Bristol 29.9 that is getting very little use, 
and I am offering it for sale.  
If you have any interested parties, 
please have them contact me.
 
Thanks
 
Rocco



Rocco J. Pangallo, CPA 
Phone: 703-624-0830
Fax:     703-991-5580
NEW_E-MAIL & WEB-SITE ADDRESS: 
rpangallo@comcast.net
 

299/Pangallo_FOR SALE.pdf

Bruce York,  the original owner of a 1978 26 foot Bristol that is currently kept at the Washington Sailing Marina in Washington D.C. would like to post the following listing.

 

This link is for a web site I put together that has pictures and a description of the boat.

http://mysite.verizon.net /vze58tj6/bristol/

Thank you so much for your time and I hope you all are having a very happy holidays.

Bruce York

 
 
Bristol 27 - Want to Buy Parts!! Bristol 26  
Hello:

I am the owner of Liberty, a 1968 Bristol 27.

 

 I am looking for some parts to buy to upgrade the boat. I need a traveler system for the mainsheet, and a teak anchor pulpit to replace the missing bow fitting. 

thanks,

Joel Beeson

bluzdoctor@yahoo.com

FOR SALE

1971 Bristol 26’ Sloop

Condition – Good

Price -- $3,800

Berthed at the Miles River Yacht Club, St. Michaels, MD

 “The boat has been in our family since 1980”

2004 Survey Available

Contact – Hal Wilson, 410/643-4821, halandmarilyn@gmail.com

 

Specs.

Hull Number – 100 of 234

L.O.A. – 26’

Beam – 8’

Draft – 3’10”

Steering -- Tiller

Propulsion – sail and outboard in lazarette, 1996 Evinrude longshaft, 9.9 hp

D.C Power – 12 volt, two batteries

Sail Inventory – All Dacron; Mainsail, 110 Jib; 130 Genoa, Storm Jib

 
 
Bristol 45.5 for Sale Bristol 29.9, Velella for Sale  
My name is Ed McGrath, I am the owner of McGrath Yachts in Northern California.   I have been appointed the central agent for a remarkable Bristol 45.5  here is a yacht world link to the boat: 

Bristol 45.5

The current owner has had the boat for 20 years!  When you step in the interior, you will feel like you entered a time machine, because the boat is in remarkable condition.  The beautiful blue hull was painted about 8 years ago.  The sails are only a couple of years old and a new furling boom was installed. The electronics are dates, other wise this boat would be considered in Bristol Condition.

I would like to add this boat to the Bristol Owner's Web site.  Please tell me how to do that.

Thank you for time!

Edward McGrath, CPYB
www.mcgrathyachts.com
Cell 925-209-7813

Bristol 29.9 Velella for sale.

Built in 1979

Yanmar QM15 Diesel, 700 hours

Quantum Sails

New standing rigging.

New lifelines.

New cushions throughout.

Desirable full galley with sink and Kenyon alcohol stove.

These are stable and comfortable boats.

Buying a Bristol 40.

 

John Maull

Exeter, NH

603-772-0826

maullfountain@myfairpoint.net

 

Please email or call and I can send pictures.

 
 
Bristol 29 Winter Covers  
"Bristol 29 "Black Pearl", hull # 130 1969. Rigged for daysailing and weekends.  New Doyle sails (2005), new roller furling (2005).  Hull and decks in great shape. Decks just repaired as necessary and repainted. new batteries, bilge pump, reconditioned A4 engine, Cetol on brightwork. 

 

A great boat ready to sail, $14,000. 

 

Go to http://s229.photobucket.com/albums/ee23/Bardo_photos/Black%20Pearl/ to see photos of the boat and the professional deck repairs. 

 

Contact Freeman Dodsworth at freemandodsworth@yahoo.com or call 443-624-2943."

 

Two canvas complete winter covers for Bristol 411. One in good condition with a hole in each side where a pile rubbed amidship. One in very good condition, only used once.

Bristol 411 winter cover, from over boom to waterline. Very good condition, only used once. 4 pieces: 18 ft. bow section, 3 ft. section at mast , 19 ft.

aft section and 11 ft. section at transom. All pieces zipper together. Made for mast in boat or can be put over a frame. Made of pearl gray cotton duct.

$2500.

Bristol 411 full cover from boom down to waterline. Used several times with holes amidships where it rubbed on piles at rub rails. Two pieces that get lashed together through grommets. Made of pearl gray cotton duct. $1800.

Alex Schlegel

Hartge Yacht Yard

410-867-2188

hartgeyard@aol.com

 

T
BRISTOL 41.1

Asymmetric spinnaker for a Bristol 35.5

After several years of happy sailing, we are now selling our 1984 Bristol 41.1 Center Cockpit "JOY".  Those who know the Bristol will be aware of how well built she is.   She is still in very good original condition.  

 

She will be back in the water in Antigua in  early November following new anti-fouling.  Currently British registered.  

 

Please contact me by e.mail: samlye@aol.com for any further information.'

 

A like new, never raced, asymmetric spinnaker designed for a Bristol 35.5. 
May be suitable for other Bristol yachts. 
No tears, stains or blemishes. 
48'4" luff, 46'3" leech, 26'3" foot, 26' LP (max girth)
Colorful red, green, orange, and yellow 3/4 oz nylon.
Complete with 1/2" sheet, plus pennant, plus sail bag.

Bargained priced at $499. Shipping not included. Cost new $1435.

Moves the boat along beautifully in light air!
 
Photos attached. Please contact me or more details.
Jack Martin 920-854-4340 jpmartindoor@earthlink.net

Sails for Bristol 32

Bristol 27 Sails

After the unfortunate loss of our Bristol 32 in Hurricane Ernesto, we have sails available for any B32 owner who wants to pay for shipping or can pick them up. None of these are new, I had just had new sails made a few months prior to loosing the boat and those were shredded in the storm. I had these available on my boat as back-ups. I would love to have someone be able to use these still serviceable sails.

Original Main:   fair condition, shape is not great but ok as a back up
Headsail 1:       good condition
Headsail 2:       good condition
Spinnaker:        fair to questionable

charlie@mcmillangroup.com
I have three sails from a 1966 Bristol 27 weekender (hull #16) made by Ratsey Lapthorn. Two are jibs in excellent condition. One mainsail that has some damage from being stored improperly. I also have all the original sailbags from the manufacturer.  The bigger jib measures 17'2" foot and 31'6" luff. The smaller jib is 9'10" foot and 27'4" luff. The mainsails damage is limited to a few small holes rubbed through the canvas by the boom it was wrapped around in storage. Otherwise it would be in excellent shape also. I would like to sell them as a set but will consider selling individually. For pictures or questions please contact me at mindyourowndamnbusiness.jm@gmail.com  

Bristol 39/40 Sails Bristol 39 for Sale
Full set of Bristol 39/40 sails for sale.  Please contact Bryan Zetlen bzetlen@gmail.com

 

See Inventory Zetlen Bristol 40 Sails

Classic Lines, Sea Worthy, Ready to GO just needs new loving owner...

"Bagheera" recently completed a 3 month Virgin Islands to Chesapeake Bay voyage. She is extremely sea worthy and is ready for her new owner to get as much enjoyment out of her as I have. Lived aboard with wife and 90lb dog in Virgin Islands for 1.5 years and am happily married!

Quick specs- call for full details
1969 Bristol 39.8'
New standing rigging 3/12
New chain plates
New running rigging
Bruce anchor with 200'+ roge
120+ gals of water storage
sleeps 6 in beds
Volvo MD3-B 35hp

Lots of extra special stuff, call for details!
asking $25,000

Ryan (757) 672-5000

Bristol 27 - Alberg Classic Bristol 27 Weekender for sale
"Here is a rare 1959 Bristol Weekender, 27ft sailboat for sale.  

Not many of these made with the extended cockpit that can seat up to 8!  Seat cushions for cockpit and cabin.  Solid hull, beautiful lines, wonderful day sailor to get away from it all! Have sailed her on LI Sound for past 3 years.  Tiller steer and removable mast.  Has cabin that could sleep 4 and a removable porta potty.  Everything in working order and ready to sail on LI Sound.  6 FOOT HEADROOM BELOW.  Includes all rigging, roller furling, sails, sail covers, compass and VHF radio, battery, shallow draw keel, wood tiller, anchor etc...   Has an inboard-outboard motor well for easy motor use.   

 

Email with questions.  

Owner:   Stephen Gibbs

   Stamford CT 

   Email albertineg@yahoo.com

 

BRISTOL-27 FOR SALE / BRISTOL 27 WEEKENDER FOR SALE

"MARMARA II" HOMEPAGE

EXTENSIVE PHOTOS OF "MARMARA II"

1966, tiller, Yamaha 9.9 electric start, excellent Manchester main and genoa, Harken roller furling. Although most Weekenders came without a galley, "Marmara II" appears to have had one factory-installed athwartships at the forward end of the main cabin over the settees. To port is an Origo 3000 alcohol stove with work surface outboard, mounted teak utensil rack and storage locker below. To starboard is a stainless sink with manual freshwater pump and storage locker underneath. Owner improvements also include a cockpit locker-mounted manual bilge pump, stainless stern pulpit, new vinyl cushion covers throughout and teak cockpit grates.

"Marmara II" has given her owner enjoyable decades of service, but due to medical reasons she has been out of the water the last two seasons. We are anxious to find her a new home and new life.

Price: $9,200

 

Contact

Rein Ciarfella

Cape Cod Sailing Brokerage

508-540-8264

rcsails@ninewire.net


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