Empire Yacht Sales is having a great year. We’ve sold so many boats that we nearly ran out of boats to sell! It’s pretty obvious to us what makes a boat sell in this market – it has to be clean, neat and in sail away condition. Yes, there are a few folks…Details
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From September 18 to 21, 2014 the Antique and Classic Boat Society will hold their 39th Annual Meeting and International Boat Show in Skaneateles, NY. New York’s Finger Lakes region will host the event that’s sure to feature amazing classic boats. Pre-events start on Sunday, September 14 in Adirondack Park. Read the full story.Details
We have reduced the price on our Marlow Hunter 40 demo from $229,900 to $219,900. Honestly, we don’t see a better value on the market today for a sailboat in this size range and with this equipment. And a new factory warranty comes with the boat! It is stunning with the flag blue hull, white and tan non-skid deck and white leather cushions down below. You have to see her to appreciate the boat.Details
We just finished commissioning this new Hunter 33 and she will be delivered this week to the Village Marina in Watkin’s Glen. The trip starts at Fair Point Marina on Little Sodus Bay and winds through the canal to Seneca Lake where we will reinstall the mast and give her one last detailing before handing…Details
A link to AGLCA Radio segment on the current status and history of the NY Canal System (Erie Canal).Details