31' and Up

The Chapman School offers the details of these vessels in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of each vessel. All vessels are sold in “as is, where is” condition and are subject to price change or withdrawal without notice. Please note photos are not to scale.
32' Carver 1989 $7,995


Length: 32'
Beam: 11' 7"
Draft: 34"
Weight: 12,000 lbs
Engine Year: 1989
Manufacturer: Twin Mercruiser 5.7L
Type: Gas, Inboard
Horsepower: 260 hp
Engine Hours: 1,020 hrs
Engine Condition: Port Runs But Needs Work

Model: 3207 Aft Cabin

Hull Material:  Fiberglass
Layout: Sedan Bridge
Hull Condition: Good
Deck Condition: Solid
Interior Upholstery: Very Good
Exterior Upholstery: Average
Equipment: A/C, Generator, Framed Biminis
Electronics: VHF/Garmin (stored away)
Description: Powered by twin 5.7L merCruiser 260 hp inboards.  Both engines look really clean. However, the starboard engine is locked up (reason unknown).  The port engine does run smooth but has some valve noise.  She includes a bimini top, aluminum framed aft cover, a quicksilver generator (untested), marine air conditioning, window unit a/c, a well-appointed galley, large salon, and covered aft deck.  Great layout with 2 separate cabins with their own private heads. Great boat for family crusing or a possible liveaboard.
32' 03" Sea Ray 2006 $13,000

Builder: Sea Ray

Length: 32’ 3”
Beam: 11’ 5”
Draft: 2’ 6”
Weight: 14,150 lbs

Model: 320 Sundancer

Hull Material: Fiberglass
Layout: Express
Hull Condition: Good
Deck Condition: Solid
Interior Upholstery: Very Good
Exterior Upholstery: Average
Description: Please read this write up carefully. This is ALL the information we have about the boat. Boat was originally powered with merCruiser 7.4L inboard V-drives. She was donated without no engines, transmissions, propellers, or propeller shafts. She does still have the Kohler 5.0 KW generator (condition unknown). Canvas will need repair but seems all there (had to cut several zippers to remove for transport). She was stored in an indoor storage facility when donated. Engine hatch is an electric (12V) hydraulic ram system. At some point it was disconnected and removed (parts are stored on boat). We are not able to open the engine hatch and there is no smaller access hatch to view this area. The engine hatch spans the entire aft deck including the L-shaped seating area. A forklift will be needed to lift the deck. We do not have the equipment to do this. However, we do have a ton of pictures of the engine room and what equipment is stored beneath the deck (it’s like a treasure chest). Cabin is in really nice shape and is complete. She is loaded with equipment including a Kohler Generator, Air Conditioning, Bow & Stern Thrusters, Raymarine C80 Multi display unit, VHF radio, Flat Screen TV, Northstar System, Clarion Stereo with disc changer, and more. I’m sure she will need the usual cleaning (carpets and so forth) from being laid up in storage. Come down and take a look. These 320 Sea Ray’s are great looking and very well built boats. The inboard model is an excellent choice for salt water use. She’s also a great candidate to convert to diesel power. Don’t delay; she won’t be here long! Chapman School of Seamanship will not write any sales agreement or take a deposit to hold her unless the potential buyer is here on our property and has inspected her IN PERSON. Shown by appointment only please.
34' 08" Sea Ray 1990 $10,000

Builder: Sea Ray

Length: 34’ 8”
Beam: 12’ 4”
Draft: 3’ 6”
Weight: 13,000 lbs
Engine Year: 1996
Manufacturer: Twin Mercruiser FWC MPI
Type: Gas, Inboard
Horsepower: 310 hp
Engine Hours: 715 hrs
Outdrive(s): V-Drive Inboard
Engine Condition: Read Desc. STBD not running

Model: Sundancer 350

Hull Material: Fiberglass
Layout: Mid Cabin
Hull Condition: Very Good
Deck Condition: Very Good
Interior Upholstery: Excellent
Exterior Upholstery: Very Good
Electronics: GPS/FF/VHF
Equipment: Generator, AC, Full Canvas
Description: Powered by a pair of 1996 merCruiser 7.4L MPI (FWC) V-drive inboards. The port engine was just recently rebuilt. She does start up but does not run on all 8 cylinders (reason unknown). The starboard engine is locked up and will more than likely need replacing. Generator was also recently serviced. Being a V-drive boat, engine access and removal is much easier than a traditional straight drive inboard. Recent bottom painting as of Nov. 2017. This boat is really in great shape. Cabin is spacious, super clean and has all the amenities you could want. The cockpit has full enclosures as well as all around aft screening. Perfect for those Florida nights on the water. The boat will have to be towed away from our school by water or loaded onto a transporters trailer. She has the perfect layout for extended cruising or just entertaining. Make an appointment soon and come take a look!
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