Beaufort Yacht Sales!
Beaufort Yacht Sales offers an expanding selection of brokerage
yachts and new yachts. We offer quality used power boats and used
sailboats 30' and above. We are sailboat dealers for Caliber
We also specialize in used Caliber sailboats, bluewater cruising
Beaufort Yacht Sales is one of the most active North Carolina yacht
brokerages locally and in the region. A new boat dealer offering
"Long Range Cruisers" 35, 40, & 47'.
Let us put our worldwide marketing contacts to work for you.
We are one of the few yacht brokerages that holds membership in the leading
multiple listing services -MLS - in the United States. For our buyers, that
means we have access to thousands of vessels listed by yacht brokerage houses
all over the world. For our sellers, it means our listings reach more of the
boat-buying public. We have the latest technology currently available to assist
our clients and we have knowledgeable sales staff. We think that is a winning
combination, and when you add that to our southern hospitality, you will find
that buying or selling a boat with us is an enjoyable experience.
principal is the first yacht broker in the state of NC certified by the
prestigious Yacht Brokers Association of America. All of our yacht brokers are
members of YBAA, the industry's standard-setting organization.
or sell a boat in Beaufort, North Carolina?
Beaufort, North Carolina
presents a special boat buyer's opportunity. Our inlet, just south of the Cape
Hatteras, offers one of the favorite jumping-off places to the Bahamas or
Caribbean. We are midway between New England and Florida. Our mild climate
makes winter haulouts unnecessary and winterizing is optional. We have top of
the line professionals in the marine trades and reasonable rates for dockage.
In addition, there is no sales tax on used boats and a $1,500 maximum tax on
the frantic world of boat sales, you will find that Beaufort Yacht Sales is
refreshingly different. For over 30 years we have taken pride in our work, our
community, and in providing excellent service for our customers. Our boat
brokers have cruised and fished along the east coast and throughout the
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We look forward to working for you!
John Warrington, licensed, bonded, and YBAA Certified
Brokers: David Cavett; Sonny White; Eddie Miller; Ed Harner;
Office Manager: Dotty Guthrie
Beaufort Yacht Sales
300 Front Street
Beaufort, NC 28516, USA
Circumnavigation of North Atlantic in
40 Caliber LRC
I’ve been sailing on and off
for fifty years, but seldom out of sight of
land and never days from shore. I believe I
was subconsciously working my way up to a
trip just like this when I purchased my
Caliber 40LRC. It was reputed to be, and I
have confirmed, an excellent blue water
boat. In years past I have made the usual
pilgrimages to the Florida Keys and the
Bahamas, but I knew that this boat was built
for the long haul and just crossing the Gulf
Stream was not challenge enough. I was
shorting myself, and the boat, by not
treating her to a real adventure.
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Harris, Skipper of the s/v Nonstop a
The Next Step - Your Survey
are one of the most informative phases of your yacht purchase.
You should be in attendance. Even if you are purchasing
your dream boat from a family member or best friend - you need
a survey! With an experienced surveyor, issues will be revealed
that surprise even the current owner. When
working with Beaufort Yacht Sales, you can fly in your surveyor
or choose from one of the local surveyors.
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As A Preferred Jumping-Off Point for The Caribbean
(NC) is called the "Gateway to the Caribbean." It makes
an excellent jumping off point for your cruise south. It's actually
only a few nautical miles further to travel from Beaufort, NC to
St. Thomas (USVI), than it is to travel from Miami, FL to St. Thomas
(USVI), due to the eastward projection of our coastline. In fact,
it is considered to be one of the best departure points due to location
and logistics. Additionally, the Abacos (Bahamas) are due south
from the Beaufort Inlet. Read
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Area Sport Fishing Tournaments
waters around Beaufort are world-class fishing grounds. Individual
trips and organized sport fishing tournaments approach the intensity
of a religion here.
year hundreds of participants turn out on our Crystal Coast for
some of the best fishing tournaments along the North Carolina
coast. From pier fishing to surfcasting to following the fish
in their sport fisher boats, the anglers who participate in these
local tournaments don't have to tell tall tales - they live them.
City's annual Big
Rock Blue Marlin Tournament is the granddaddy-- truly a world-class
tournament with over $1.5 million going out in prize money to
more than 150 participants. In 2007 the big winner walked away
with a $800,839 first prize! Next year is the tournament's 50th
more about Beaufort NC area sport fishing.
Winterize Your Boat in Beaufort, NC?
many parts of the country, winterizing your boat may take on a
more serious note than here in the mild Beaufort, North Carolina
area. But regardless of the temperatures involved, winterizing
your boat is an important part of your overall boat maintenance
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Aboard A Caliber Yacht
cruising life seems to draw people like an irresistible force.
Living aboard your own boat while sailing to romantic destinations
can be a truly enviable lifestyle provided you choose wisely
when buying a new or used boat. And a Caliber Long Range Cruiser
(LRC) from Beaufort Yacht Sales is an excellent choice. The Caliber
LRCs are built with living aboard in complete comfort and safety
firmly in mind. Read
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Fuels and Marine Engines
You, too, may soon be running your boat's engine on fatty acid
methyl ester. On what?
The environmental movement and the high cost of oil are
generating new energy solutions. Biodiesel-- the street name for
what your chemistry professor would call fatty acid methyl ester--
may be workable for you. Whether it came directly from soybeans
or corn or from discarded restaurant cooking oil or grease that
was refined, these alternatives may hold the key to reducing our
dependence on foreign oil.
more about biodiesel and ethanol fuels.