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Change Your Attitude…. By Changing your Latitude!

The beautiful autumn colors are disappearing with each falling leaf and the long, cold, sodden gray days of winter are on the horizon. Sound depressing?

It’s the perfect time to change your attitude by changing your latitude!

Leave the winter doldrums behind and luxuriate in warm island breezes. Bask on white sandy beaches. Enjoy colorful tropical sunsets from the deck of your own blue water cruiser! Your tropical adventure begins here at Waterline Boats where we have an extraordinary selection of affordable world cruising vessels in our inventory. Many of these are proven passage makers and are ready to head out to the South Pacific again. View photos, video and full specifications by clicking on the links. Give us a call and let us assist you in finding the perfect transport to the low latitudes. 206 282 0110

Catalina 470 Sloop
Norseman 447

Cal 246
Bombay 44 Explorer
Bruce Roberts Offshore 44
Carija 43 Aluminum Sloop
Hank Hinckley Ocean Cruising 42 Pilothouse
Cascade 42
Bruce Roberts 40
Corten 40 Cutter
Willard 40 Trawler
Willard 40 Pilothouse Motorsailer
Waterline 38 Steel Sloop
Alajuela 38
Wauquiez 38

 

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Murrelett Leaves Her Nest!

Waterline Boats was pleased to deliver a new Mariner 42 Classic Trawler to its new owners!

Dave & Joyce Bartram (pictured above) took delivery at our Seattle, Lake Union office and enjoyed their first cruise to their homeport of Deep Bay, Vancouver Island, BC. Dave & Joyce have already begun preparations to cruise their Mariner to Alaska next summer. Congratulations Dave & Joyce!

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Scott & Marian Bulger Join Mariner Yachts Ownership Group!

The Pacific Northwest Mariner owner’s group welcomes Scott and Marian Bulger, new owners of HOBOMACK, 2007 Mariner 37 Seville Pilothouse Trawler.

Scott and Marian are experienced boaters. They are former Camano 31 owners, and more recently cruised a Nordhavn 40 up and down the west coast, through the Panama Canal, and up and down the east coast from Florida to Boston. In selecting their Mariner 37 they were looking for a quality mid-sized trawler with a higher turn of speed and good sea-keeping abilities. They also found the Mariner to have a roomy, comfortable interior with an ideal layout for their needs.

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