Schooner Marguerite

Ready for Cruising: 52-foot Staysail Schooner Marguerite for Sale

With a fiberglass hull built in the Vagabond yard in Taiwan in 1983, Marguerite was then outfitted as a blue-water cruising boat by Bill Crealock at Farrington Marine in California. She had major refurbishments in 1998 and 2008 ahead of transatlantic crossings. After 7 years in the Mediterranean, the owners sailed her back earlier this year from Spain to Florida via the Canary Islands and the Caribbean. She is currently in Saint Augustine. The owners have been cruising on the boat since 2008 and exquisitely maintained all systems. Two people can comfortably sail the boat, and she has lots of room for additional crew and guests as well as tons of storage. Please look at the specifications and the blog posts for more information. For sale as a good home: USD 175,000.


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