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Cooper Yachts


Boats of Interest

Selection of boats that may be of interest from the list of available boats for sale above.
US$350,578
BC, Canada
Royal City Marina
Another example of quality and beautiful craftmanship by Cooper Yachts Ideal Westcoast Pilothouse design with a super floorplan and lots of upgrades.   Some notable options. *Three Staterooms
US$79,900
San Diego, CA, United States
Cruising Yachts
Turn-Key Cruiser/ Live Aboard in Great Shape!! Encore is a very well maintained, clean and spacious cruiser. Prowlers are very stoutly built vessels out of B.C, Canada that boast a great reputation fo
US$59,000
San Diego, CA, United States
Suncoast Yachts
This Stan Hungtingford designed Cooper 416 Pilothouse Cutter is a capable, live-able hull with a fin keel and skeg hung rudder designed with comfort in mind. The interior is well appointed with a bert
US$84,900
Seattle, WA, United States
Marine Servicenter - Seattle
All year round sailing with inside steering, in boom furling, bow thruster, she is a very clean pilothouse with low hours on her Yanmar diesel 610 hours. Accommodations From her self draining chain lo
US$49,900
San Carlos, Mexico
Mazatlan Marine Center SA de CV
This Canadian built center cockpit Cooper is an incredible find in San Carlos. Meticulous attention to detail by this owner has transformed this into a fantastic and well equipped cruising boat. She i
US$29,900
Squamish, BC, Canada
Calibre Yacht Sales
Massive price reduction for end of season.  Owner wants vessel sold! The Cooper Seabird ketch is a medium displacement full keel center cockpit designed for coastal or offshore passage.&n
US$55,890
Sale Pending
Calibre Yacht Sales
Stan Huntingford designed this 37’ Cooper Seabird to be one very comfortable Aft cockpit-pilothouse sailor. This is the tall rig model, 55Ft and powered by a 42hp Perkins which has been newly re
US$37,759
Sale Pending
North South Nautical Group
This Cooper Yachts Prowler 10 meter Aft Cabin Sundeck model was one of the best selling models in 1989 as a result of its roominess and larger windows to the front and sides of the vessel. This well m