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Sail Charlevoix welcomes tax-deductible boat and/or equipment donations of good working order. We will evaluate each boat's utility to the program and some may be sold to help support our sailing programs, funding scholarships, fleet improvements and other capital needs. Large boats should have a trailer. We require a title and or registration; same for the trailer. Please sign the back of the title - without designating a new owner. Upon sale of the boat, you will receive formal receipt for tax purposes.
This 1990 Wellcraft 17 Sport is mechanically sound and had a new stereo system installed a few years ago. The upholstery is in poor shape, but with a little TLC this will be a great boat and a way to get out on the water, on a budget. The trailer is in excellent shape.
This Sonar has some structural concerns with its keel, but has been sailed in its current state for several years. This would be a great boat for someone looking for spare parts or proceeding with caution to get it back on the water. Cradle included. The furler also needs to be replaced.
This 1971 Catalina 22 is a bargain for a trailer sailer and a great starter sailboat for a couple or small family. It has a lifting centerboard, making it it easy to get on and off the trailer. The boat needs some TLC, but no major issues are known with the vessel. Contact us to arrange a viewing.
This 1970 Highlander 20 has been well maintained and was used by our program as a learning boat for a couple seasons. It is a great starter sailboat for a family.
This 1987 Four Winns 190 Horizon needs some love, but is the perfect fixer-upper. It has spent many years inside storage, but with some work will be able to get back in the water. It is powered by a 165hp Mercruiser I/O.
The Sunfish is a great starter boat or even a casual vessel for an adult. It is the most popular sailboat ever made for a reason.