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New & Used Yachts For Sale In Pennsylvania

When looking for new, pre-owned, and used yachts for sale in Pennsylvania, the amount of time it takes to narrow down exactly what you want can some times be intimidating. With so many manufacturers, models, and boat types, how do you begin to find the right yacht that meets your budget and your needs?

United Yacht Sales is the one-stop professional yacht brokerage that can navigate you through the frustrations and help you make the best decision possible when it comes to the purchase of your next boat. We can help you find the yacht for sale, set up the showings, help negotiate pricing, handle the yacht closing and everything else involved, and we do all of this so you are able simply sit back and to enjoy the process. Buying a yacht requires a significant investment and it is our goal to provide you with detailed information and professional guidance.

When searching for a yacht for sale, there are a plethora of options. The yachts on our website number over 7,000 listings, including yachts built by top brands such as Hatteras, Viking, Bertram, Sea Ray, Azimut, Sunseeker, Ferretti, and more. United can also help you find the best used center-console boat in Pennsylvania from brands like Yellowfin, Contender, HCB Yachts, and more.

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YACHTS LOCATED IN Pennsylvania

photo of 68' Sunseeker Predator 68 2015

Diggin It

68' Sunseeker Predator 68 2015

New Rochelle, Pennsylvania, United States

photo of 44' Sea Ray Sundancer 400 1998

Aqua Therapy

44' Sea Ray Sundancer 400 1998

Erie, Pennsylvania, United States

photo of 42' J Boats 2000

42' J Boats 2000

Erie, Pennsylvania, United States

photo of 40' Hunter Legend 40.5 1995

Sea-n-See

40' Hunter Legend 40.5 1995

Erie, Pennsylvania, United States

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photo of 28' Monterey 280 Sport Yacht 2014

28' Monterey 280 Sport Yacht 2014

Tullytown, Pennsylvania, United States

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photo of 24' Sea Ray 240 Sundeck 2004

24' Sea Ray 240 Sundeck 2004

Bensalem, Pennsylvania, United States

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photo of 23' Carolina Skiff 23 Ultra Elite 2017

23' Carolina Skiff 23 Ultra Elite 2017

Collegeville, Pennsylvania, United States

photo of 17' Chris-Craft Runabout Deluxe 1937

Kenzie Jane

17' Chris-Craft Runabout Deluxe 1937

Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, United States

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Known as the “Quaker State” for founder William Penn’s Quaker faith and “Keystone State” for Pennsylvania’s key role in the founding of the nation and central position among the 13 original colonies. Located in the Mid-Atlantic and Appalachian regions of the Eastern United States, Pennsylvania is bordered by New York State (N, NW), Lake Erie (NW), Ohio (W), West Virginia (SW corner), Maryland (S), Delaware (SE), and New Jersey and the Delaware River (E, SE). Pennsylvania with its mighty rivers, forests, mountains, farmlands, and extensive natural resources has also been a keystone of industry in the nation with coal mining, steel manufacturing, and the petroleum industry with the drilling of the first commercial oil well in 1859. The largest city is Philadelphia, located on the Delaware River, across from Camden, NJ in the southeast, while the second largest, Pittsburgh, is in the southwest part of the state at the junction of 3 rivers, where the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers unite to form the Ohio River.

The longest river in East Coast United States, is the Susquehanna River with its main north branch headwaters in Cooperstown, NY. It is joined by its western branch near Northumberland in central Pennsylvania and flows west, then turns south and southeast flowing through Harrisburg, the capital city (Hershey Park, renowned chocolate theme park is in Harrisburg) and empties into the northern end of Chesapeake Bay at Maryland’s Perryville and Harve de Grace. Half of the bay’s freshwater inflow is from the Susquehanna, which is the Native American Lenape word for “muddy river” or “oyster river.” The Susquehanna was an important waterway for transportation of anthracite coal in the 18th century, as the rivers and canals with ferry crossings were relied upon until the development of bridges and railroads. Today there are 200 bridges crossing the Susquehanna, including the longest stone masonry arch bridge in the world—Rockville Bridge built in1902 by the Pennsylvania Railroad. In the 19th century many industrial centers developed along the Susquehanna (along with the other major rivers), to utilize the river’s waterpower to drive mills, coal machinery, and transport raw material and finished goods. In 1997 the Susquehanna was designated an American Heritage River.

Pennsylvania was founded in1681 through a land grant from British King Charles II to William Penn, who also founded the city of Philadelphia and established a Quaker government. The democratic principles laid out in his Pennsylvania Frame of Government were a source of inspiration for the new Constitution of the United States in 1787. Philadelphia “Philly” is renowned for its wealth of history displayed at the Liberty Bell Independence Hall where both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were signed and where the American founding fathers gathered. The Liberty Bell, cast in 1753 and last rung in 1846, is a historic landmark and an icon of freedom with its famous crack and Biblical inscription, “Proclaim liberty unto all throughout the land and the inhabitants thereof.” Another historic landmark is the 300-year-old Betsy Ross House, where the first American flag was designed and sewn. Philadelphia is the site of many more historical landmarks in centuries-old neighborhoods, and many can be seen along Penn’s Landing Historic Walk (Alexander Hamilton House, John C. Bell House, J. Peter Lesley House), plus monuments and 90 museums can be explored. The Philadelphia Museum of Art was featured in the Sylvester Stallone film, “Rocky,” as he triumphantly ran up its 72 steps! The Museum showcases global treasures in 200 galleries and includes the Perelman Building and Rodin Museum. One Liberty Observation Deck on the 57th floor offers a panoramic view of the entire city and the Ben Franklin Bridge spanning the Delaware.

Offers displays on the city’s architecture, history, culture, Ben Franklin, and street murals. Love Park features the sculpture created by Robert Indiana for the 1976 Bicentennial. Historic Elfreth’s Alley was built as a tradesmen’s cart path in 1706. This cobblestone alley with its 32 well-preserved homes from the 18th and 19th centuries is the oldest continuously inhabited street in America. The Reading Terminal Market, located next to the Pennsylvania Convention Center, is one of the oldest (1893) and largest farmers’ markets in America. Philadelphia is famed for the Philly Cheesesteak—the sliced beef and melted cheese sandwich served by many notable eateries such as Pat’s King of Steaks, Geno’s, Shanks Original, and Tony Luke’s.

Like many former industrialized American cities, Philadelphia’s waterfront has been transformed into a thriving destination with parks, attractions, great restaurants, nightlife, shopping, new residential properties— waterfront development that is carefully managed by non-profit Delaware River Waterfront Corporation (DRWC). Pennsylvania’s main coastal area is the 112 miles of coastline along the Delaware Estuary. The Delaware River offers spectacular waterfront fun with seasonal parks—Spruce Street Harbor Park, Blue Cross River Rink, attractions—Adventure Aquarium, Independence Seaport, Museum, and Riverview dining/bars—Moshulu, Morgan’s Pier, and more. Visitors can enjoy Sunset Cruises on the Delaware River past the soaring Ben Franklin Bridge, the Camden, NJ waterfront, the Port of Philadelphia, and other interesting landmarks. The Port of Philadelphia, though no longer a port of entry, offers complete shipping facilities and services, and is an international free trade zone.

Penn’s Landing Marina in Philadelphia is managed by the DRWC and is located within walking distance of some of the best attractions and restaurants within the Historic District, Old City, South Street, and Society Hill. The marina is steps away from public parks (Spruce Street Harbor Park, Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing, BlueCross RiverRink, Race Street Pier, and Cherry Street Pier that are linked by the multi-modal Delaware River Trail. The marina features 32 floating finger piers for vessels up to 150ft and is available for seasonal, monthly, and transient dockage from May 1st to October 31st. Bulkhead is 1,277ft; approach depth is 10ft with 9ft dockside, and a 7ft tide range. 30, 50 or 100AMP (2 x 50AMP) electric is available. Amenities include water, free WiFi, ADA accessible, pump-out, pet-friendly, and 24-hr roving security.
Pier 5 Marina, Philadelphia, is located between the Pier 5 Condo building and Cherry Street Pier. This seasonal (May 1st – Oct. 31st) marina is also managed by DRWC and offers 32 slips for boats with maximum 55ft LOA at weekly, monthly, and seasonal rates. Amenities include metered electric, water, restrooms, shower, washer/dryer, and mailroom. Cable TV and WiFi is available. Linked by the multi-modal Delaware River Trail to public parks, attractions, and more on “Philly’s” waterfront.

Pier 3 Marina, Philadelphia, is a secure safe harbor on mile-wide Delaware River near Ben Franklin Bridge and just steps from the historic Old City. 60 slips are available on a daily, weekly, monthly, seasonal, or annual basis for boats up to 35ft LOA. Features floating docks with finger piers alongside each slip. Metered 30AMP electric and cable TV is available. Water is included. Amenities are restrooms/showers, coin-op laundry, patio seating, picnic table, and grill. Secure and private—gated, key code access, video surveillance.

North of “Philly” in Croyden, PA is Neshaminy State Marina operated by All Seasons Marina. Located on the Delaware River near the mouth of Neshaminy Creek, this 370-slip protected marina is in a beautiful park-like setting and offers transient, weekly, and seasonal rates for vessels up to 50ft. Features shower and restroom facilities, metered electric, pump-out, 24-hour surveillance, well-lit docks and parking lot, picnic tables, pet-friendly, 50-ton travel lift, and 12,000 lb. forklift.

The Allegheny National Forest covers a vast area in northwestern Pennsylvania; in fact, nearly 60% of the state is forested. The Allegheny is a natural landscape of forest, rivers, and wilderness with scenic drives, campsites, boat access, and more. It features year-round recreational activity and is popular for camping, hiking, and fishing. The Allegheny Islands Wilderness was declared by Congress in 1984 to be part of the USA Wilderness System. This Wilderness group of 7 islands formed in the Allegheny River, is managed by the USDA Forest Service. The Allegheny River is a major river in the western part of Pennsylvania that flows south through Pittsburgh where it joins with the Monongahela River at Point State Park to form the Ohio River. The Allegheny is a great river for boating with good public access. Its rocky bottom keeps the river from becoming silty and it remains clear, unlike the Monongahela which is the color of chocolate milk. The Allegheny has the largest freshwater mussel population in the world and is fished for trout and smallmouth bass. The Middle Allegheny River Water Trail is one of many recreational waterways with access points for the boating public. In 1992 it was declared a Wild and Scenic River.

Pittsburgh was a major industrial center in the early 20th century “Gilded Age” as a hub for steel production and coal mining. Once nicknamed “Steel City,” Pittsburgh was the Steel Capital of the world for over 100 years and generated vast wealth for owners like Carnegie, Frick, and Morgan. Pittsburgh steel was used to build the Brooklyn Bridge, George Washington Bridge, Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, and other famous landmarks. The steel industry collapsed in the 1980s mostly due to lack of innovation and foreign competition. Today there are no longer any steel mills within the city limits of Pittsburgh, though working mills continue to produce steel in the metro area. The Carnegie Complex (Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Carnegie Museum of Art, main public library, music hall) in the South Oakland neighborhood was gifted to the city of Pittsburgh in 1895. Other gifts are the Carnegie Science Center and Andy Warhol Museum in the North Shore/Chateau neighborhood near Heinz Field football stadium. Other neighborhoods and districts feature trendy restaurants, casual eateries, attractions, upscale shopping, lively nightlife bar and pub scene, and sports stadiums.

Lancaster in Lancaster County, southcentral Pennsylvania, was designated as a market town in 1730 and is one of the oldest inland towns in the US. The Lancaster Central Market in the 1889 brick Market House, is the oldest continuously running public farmers market in the nation. Features local cheeses, meats, produce, Amish and Asian snacks, coffees, floral arrangements, gifts, baked goods, crafts, pretzels, breads, and much more.

Pennsylvania’s second coastline is its 77-mile shoreline on Lake Erie and its tributaries. Presque Isle State Park is a peninsula with beaches, lighthouse, and hiking trails that curves around Presque Isle Bay. Waldemeer Park and Water World attraction with rollercoasters and waterslides is nearby. Wolverine Park Marina is designed for boaters wanting short stays on Lake Erie, with 40 slips in the marina’s protected floating dockage. Accommodates vessels up to 100ft LOA, maximum 30ft beam and maximum draft of 7ft. Amenities include 30/50AMP electric hook-up, water, restrooms, showers, laundry, pump-out, security gates, Ship’s Store, bait shop, ice, and miniature golf. Located within walking distance of boat repairs, service stations, downtown Erie, Maritime Museum and Brig Niagara, Dobbins Landing, and many restaurants/taverns.

The Pocono Mountains in the northeast is a major resort area for seasonal and year-round recreational activities and attractions. Jack Frost/Big Boulder Ski Resort is in the heart of the Poconos and only a few hours from New York City and between 1-2 hours from “Philly.” Its 15 slopes range from Beginner to Black Diamond skill level for skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing. Blue Mountain Resort is an ideal family destination offering year-round activities at 5 terrain parks, ski trails with 16 lifts, tubing lanes and more. Blue Mtn has the state’s highest vertical drop at 1,082ft. Camelback Mountain is renowned for its combination of skiable acreage and snowmaking capabilities, high-speed lifts, live entertainment, and much more. All 39 trails are illuminated for night skiing and riding. Features the biggest snowtubing park in America, two Magic Carpets, Galactic after-dark snowtubing, ski-in/ski-out restaurants and food trucks as on-mountain dining options. Camelbeach is the biggest outdoor waterpark in Pennsylvania and the Aquatopia Indoor Waterpark is #1 in the USA. Blue Lightening is the only all-season tubing facility in the Pocono Mountains and features a Magic Carpet lift and two 400ft tubing lanes (no snow or water). Country Junction is the world's largest general store.