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Cape George


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Selection of boats that may be of interest from the list of available boats for sale above.
NOK  1 041 701
Scappoose, USA
SEA Marine
Cape George is known for quality construction and excellence. Hull #13 was a combined effort of the owner and Cape George.  The first upgrade consisted of a solid (not cored) layup including
NOK  909 091
Seattle, USA
Seacraft Yacht Sales, Inc
Simply put, this is a "Very Nice Yacht" and we don't use the term loosely. Completely restored in 2005 and she shows it off well. If you want an offshore yacht you will fall in love with thi
NOK  558 799
Vashon - Private Dock, USA
Marine Servicenter - Seattle
“Moccasin” is custom pilothouse version of the venerable Cape George 36 Cutter sailboat. Built by Cecil Lange & Son in the PNW she is has a solid fiberglass hull with a ful
NOK  1 492 911
Vancouver, Canada
Pacific Asian Enterprises
Inspired by the design work of William Atkin, New Zealand boatbuilder Cecil Lange started building the Cape George 36 almost four decades ago in Port Townsend, WA. Other smaller and larger models came
NOK  824 854
Wickford, USA
Rice International
Built by Cecil M. Lang & Sons of Port Townsend, Washington, for the purpose of sailing earth's higher latitudes. Strength, safety and maintainability are evident throughout. The&n
NOK  492 077
Palmetto, USA
Whiteaker Yacht Sales
A SHINING EXAMPLE OF THE CLASSIC CAPE GEORGE CUTTER At this price, she is a Steal! This Classic William Atkin design was built in Port Townsend, Washington by craftsman of Lange Boatbuilders. She has
NOK  663 053
Fort Lauderdale, USA
World Class Yacht Sales, Inc.
(LOCATION: Fort Lauderdale FL) This Cape George 31 is a blue water cutter, heavy displacement full  keel, and Kubota diesel engine. Designed for long distance cruising Mahalo has cruised both
NOK  621 413
Vancouver, Canada
Fraser Yacht Sales Ltd.
Classic yacht of style, character and speed in light airs or fresh breezes. This is a very strong fiberglass hull with teak decks and a solid woodhouse, the best of both worlds. A William Atkin design