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Offices in Seattle, Tacoma & Olympia and 11 brokers to help you with all of your boating needs

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Please visit our new website! Northwest Yachtnet is owned and operated by two long-time yacht brokers, Bob Berglund and Kurt Kingman. Bob and Kurt are excited to bring this company to you, enabling them, along with their brokers, to provide you with a seamless yacht buying and selling experience. Northwest Yachtnet brokers have the knowledge, contacts and yachting expertise to give you optimal service in any area that you require. We are dedicated to continuing professionalism. Our brokers complete the continuing education required to be "Certified Professional Yacht Brokers". Our highly skilled team will treat you with honesty and respect. We are here to make boating the enjoyable experience it is meant to be.

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Featured Boat
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150' Ferry Custom
1936 US$ 1,699,000

JUST IN.  A Converted 1936 Ferry known as the Pt. Ruston Ferry. Originally built to navy specifications in Bath, Maine and served as a navy vessel for approximately 4 decades. She traveled down the east coast thru the Panama Canal to the West Coast and across the Pacific Ocean to Hawaii on her own bottom!!  She is a Pearl Harbor survivor! She served approximately 30 years as the "MV Steilacoom" for Pierce County Steilacoom to Anderson Island Ferry run. It was given a very well done extensive renovation in 2008.  It is beautiful inside and out, and very well maintained.  There are unlimited possibilities with this vessel, private home, event hosting, commercial offices, sales offices, fishing/hunting lodge, etc.  Come and see her and dream big!  Powered by a single Caterpillar Diesel. It is reported it only burned 45-50 gallons from a recent trip from Tacoma, Wa. thru the Ballard Locks to Lake Union in Seattle. There are 2 generators for onboard power.


 
 

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