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Used Sail Boats For Sale

photo of 183' Van der Graaf 2012

183' Van der Graaf 2012

$ 12,780,000

France

photo of 172' Astilleros Buquebus Custom 2014

172' Astilleros Buquebus Custom 2014

$ 19,900,000

València, Spain

photo of 157' Custom 2019

157' Custom 2019

$ 5,271,750

Split, Croatia

photo of 155' Mengi Yay 2009

155' Mengi Yay 2009

$ 5,804,250

Genoa, Italy

photo of 134' East Yachting Custom 2013

134' East Yachting Custom 2013

$ 3,727,500

photo of 134' Alloy Custom 2002

134' Alloy Custom 2002

$ 13,206,000

Spain

photo of 132' Custom Custom 2006

132' Custom Custom 2006

$ 6,336,750

Cannes, France

photo of 131' Royal Huisman Ketch Sailing Yacht 2005

131' Royal Huisman Ketch Sailing Yacht 2005

$ 12,247,500

Athens, Greece

photo of 131' Nautor Swan Swan 131 2006

131' Nautor Swan Swan 131 2006

$ 9,351,140

Greece

photo of 127' Fitzroy Yachts Custom 2006

127' Fitzroy Yachts Custom 2006

$ 8,466,750

La Ciotat, France

photo of 112' Royal Huisman Custom 1994

112' Royal Huisman Custom 1994

$ 2,124,675

La Spezia, Italy

photo of 110' Jongert Jongert 32T 1993

110' Jongert Jongert 32T 1993

$ 3,141,750

Palma de Mallorca, Spain

Description

While sailboats make up a small portion of the number of boats sold in the U.S. every year compared to power boats, the passion that sailboat owners have for their favorite style of boating is unmatched. There is something spiritual about being on the water with no humming engine and just the wind to propel you to your destination. Sailboats run the gamut in length, amenities, price, and features. Most sailboats still have a small engine just in case of emergencies or the owner wants to cruise under power. Smaller sailboats use a centerboard, which is a board that sticks out of the bottom of the boat to reduce sideways motions, as well as a rudder to maintain course and steer. The larger the sailboat you get, you will instead have a fixed keel, although its draft may prevent you from getting too shallow. Sailboats don't have to be monohull either. One of the most popular types of sailboats today, especially for yacht charter in the islands, are sailing catamarans which offer more space and stability that a sailboat. There is simply nothing like plotting a course and using the energy provided by the earth to reach your destination. Let the team at United Yacht Sales help you find the used sailboat of your dreams today or let us help you sell your existing boat.

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