The Yacht of your dreams has just been offered for you.
Because you'll be the first to bid on a truly prestigious vessel.
She's said to have been riginally delivered to the King of Sweden in
1956. She was imported to the US in 1960 Where she found her way
through a Hollywood estate sale to her home on the Long Island
Sound. Built of Mahogany over Oak, she's been copper riveted
in 2005. Her new Bronze Keel Bolts were a 2006 update, along with
her lain Teak Decks, and rebuilt engine. Her Sails are like
new, single season on Doyle-Hild Main and Jib. Her cabin is
adjourned with the elegance thst only a classic wood sailboat, built
for his majesty, can offer. Solid Mohagony and teak run throughout
the cabin, in perfect condition. She has been upgraded for
modern use, yet retains her classic pedigree, and antiquity.
If you know classic wooden sloops, than you know her value to
history. She is offered, ready to go in the water ,and ready
Built by Tillotson Pearson, you can be confident that the quality
construction, is matched by few others. Because this builder is
considered by many the pinnacle of fiberglass composite technologies,
and a pioneer in the industry. That means the experience and technique
going back to the first production fiberglass sailboats, are ingrained
in the hull of the Freedom 30.
With a free-standing carbon-fiber mast, you can maneuver around the
deck freely, as there is no standing rigging to get in your way. So
now you tend sails and lines without worrying about snagging an
This Freedom 30 will have you and your family enjoying the finer
aspects of the cruising life, because this modestly sized cruiser has
been maximized for space as well as privacy. That means a wide beam
and vast cockpit are also perks that can be found on this boat.
Inside, you are confronted with an interior that rivals the most
elegant of yachts. An abundance of light is reflected down below, as
teak molding and paneling adorn the cabin. This continues throughout
the ship, longitudinal along the headliner. It gives the whole boat a
sense of quiet grandeur.