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"Andanzas" is set up for extended cruising by it's experienced owners. It's carbon f ...Read More
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Pilothouse yachts are large, sailing vessels generally used for time-honored endeavors such as overnight cruising and day sailing. These sailing vessels have a rich legacy as vessels that are sought-after due to their extremely deep draft and wide beam, qualities that make them exceptionally well-suited for overnight cruising and day sailing. Across our current listings, the average capacity for pilothouse sailing vessels is 6 people with a maximum capacity of 12 passengers, and the average length overall (LOA) is 45 feet. Listings range in size from 22 feet long to 101 feet long, with an average sail area of 943 square feet and a maximum sail area of 3,264 square feet. Listed hull types include monohull, displacement, semi-displacement and other.
Built by a wide variety of yacht builders, there are currently 162 pilothouse yachts for sale on YachtWorld, with 10 new vessels for sale, and 152 used and custom yachts listed. These vessels are all listed by professional brokerages and new boat dealers, mainly in the following countries: United States, United Kingdom, Canada, France and Netherlands.
Some of the best-known, masterful builders of pilothouse sailboats as of today include: Nauticat, Custom, Jeanneau, Wauquiez and Cheoy Lee. These builders may manufacture pilothouse sailing vessels with secondary inboard, inboard/outboard, outboard-4S and other propulsion systems, available in diesel, gas and electric fuel systems. Over the past 30 days, the top, most-viewed brands for pilothouse sailing vessels on YachtWorld were Bestevaer, Custom, Garcia, Macgregor and Nauticat.
Pilothouse sailing vessels for sale on YachtWorld are available for a swath of prices from $9,579 on the more reasonably-priced side all the way up to $2,804,357 for the rarest of yachts.