FOGFisher Owners Group of North America
Fishers For Sale
NOORDERSON FISHER 37 (2007)
Netherlands Offer... PRICE REDUCED!
Noorderzon (Fisher 37) was built in 2007 by Northshore, UK. According to them it is the last original Fisher 37 to be built! I am the first owner of this yacht, which has been built as a demonstation boat for a Fisher dealer in the USA. Being built as a demo means she is really full of options: All Selden rigging, All furling sails, Yanmar 100 hp, Bow thruster, Autopilot, Plotter, Radar, VHF, AIS and more electronics, Fischer Panda generator, Teak interior with leather carpeting, Air conditioning, luxury deck equipment.
You can not find a better maintained or more extensively equipped Fisher 37 with such a recent year of build. Full details can be found on my broker's website. Youtube: https://youtu.be/OL9GVpuNMio She is immediately available at her homeport- Urk, in the Netherlands. Price: 199,500 EURO (approx. $223,000 US or $294,000 Cdn)
Do look at the details (and dream a little) Posted February 2016
37' Fisher MotorsailerYear: 1978 Price: US$ $77,000 REDUCED
Located in Tampa, FL Hull Material: Fiberglass Engine/Fuel Type: Single Diesel YachtWorld listing # 77008-2268383 Call (813) 340-0227 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
1978 Fisher 37' classic, North Sea style, "salty" motorsailer. Sail in dry comfort.
Buy her here, cruise the Bahamas this winter, then sail her home to Europe, New England, or the Pacific Northwest.
We can assist you with shipping her if you wish. April 2014
Fisher 30 (1979) "Steadfast" is for Sale
Steadfast (30) 1979, Newburyport, MA.
Ron Kutrieb, email@example.com
Steadfast Specifications USCG Doc # 996688
An outstanding 30 Fisher Pilothouse Ketch built in 1979. Steadfast is located at Hampton River Marina in Hampton Beach, NH.
With roller furling main and jib the boat is rigged for solo sailing from the cockpit. Classic silver manual horn mounted on top of pilothouse. A watercolor painting of Steadfast graces the home page of the Fishers Owners Group of North America (http://fog-northamerica.org/). See specifications below.
Fuel: 50 gal.
Water: 35 gal.
Speed: cruise at 6kn. with a 6/10 gal/hr fuel burn
Engine- Volvo MD2040- 40 h.p. with spare starter
Custom made air intake silencer
Dual Racore R24 Fuel Filters
Webastco diesel forced air heat
Red Dot heater
Flexible shaft coupling
Extensive sound shielding in engine room
Furuno radar Model 1720
VHF: New Standard Horizon Explorer GX 1600 with GPS plus spare Standard Horizon VHF
Class B AIS with built in GPS and USB tie in to plotter
Auto Pilot Sitex SP-70 with USB tie in to plotter
Fishfinder Furuno LS 4100
Davis Anometer with Wind Direction Indicator
Plotter General Dynamics XR-1 military laptop with touch screen
Software Rosepoint Coastal Explorer
Xantrex- New Freedom HF Inverter/charger with remote
Xantrex Pathmaker battery isolator with remote
Xantrex propane control
Caron Monoxide detector
Batteries- 1 27 group starting battery
2 sets of 2x64 house batteries (4 house batteries)
New Engel Refrigerator and propane Galaxy cooktop with custom exhaust
Hot/cold water (5 gal engine coolant heated hot water tank)
Pressurized and manual water pump
Slide out drawers in galley console
New Nautical place settings and flatware
New nested stainless steel cookware
10 gal holding tank located above the water line and plumbed to either pump-out or gravity dump overboard
Very comfortable dinette style seating
Leather upholstery throughout
Stereo system piped into galley and pilothouse
New Insignia 23 TV with built in DVD player
Bronze ports in forecastle
Roller furling genoa
Roller furling main
New sails in 2010 all tanbark
New main shrouds in 2010
Lofrans windless with 300 HD chain
40 lb. Stainless Steel Claw anchor on bow
Spare Danforth anchor with chain headed 200 rode
New Saturn inflatable with 12v electric pump
2hp Honda outboard
Boat was professionally rewired in 2007
Mainmast removed and rewired/refurbished 2015
Bronze ports installed in forecastle
New hot water tank installed
Hydraulic steering installed
Complete documentation of all equipment, electronics and operating procedures.
Contact Ron Kutrieb at 312-287-7345 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for viewing or further information.
Fisher 30 (1979) "Old Squaw" is for Sale
Old Squaw (30) 1979, Fayette, AL
Norman Stanley, email@example.com
Fairways Marine Fisher 30
After many years of sailing, sometimes, short-handed, sometimes single- handed, I came to the conclusion that my ideal boat would have the following characteristics: 1) She would have to be small enough for me to handle alone without ever feeling pressed, but she would have to be roomy enough for couple to cruise comfortable for extended periods, and for two couples to use for a few days. 2) The construction and design had to be first rate. Though I would use her mainly for coastal cruising and passages of two or three days, she would have to be capable of taking almost everything the sea would throw at her, making her crew feel secure and keeping it comfortable. 3) Having spent many nights in an open cockpit, cold, wet and miserable, I wanted a vessel with an enclosed pilot house, and since I had seen almost all sailboats use power at least as often as canvas, she would have to be a motor sailer, fast and economical under engine, and not a dog under sail. 4) Above all, she would have to be beautiful . By this I mean that her form had to reflect her function in an unambiguous manner, and that when I came to her in her slip I would have to feel joy at seeing her. The Fisher 30 with her heavy displacement hull descended from North Sea fishing boats, her canoe stern, her heated pilot house that allowed me to use her the year around, her performance under both sail and power, and last but not least, her rugged good looks, fit all of these requirementsAfter purchasing the boat April 2009 my wife and I cruised the Spanish Mediterranean coast for 7 months including a open water trip to Palma comfortably and efficiently, and she has turned heads wherever she has gone.This boat is offered at $45,000 US
THERE WERE 1600 ON THE CLOCK BEFORE THE ENGINE WAS PULLED OUT, TOTALLY DISASSEMBLED REBUILT IN 2008. SINCE OVERHALL ENGINE TIME HAS BEEN APPROX 283 HOURS. IN NOVEMBER 2009 THE GEAR BOX WAS (TRANSMISSION) WAS COMPLETELY REBUILT, WASTE HOLDING TANK INSTALLED, ELECTRICAL SYSTEM REWIRED FOR THE U.S., AND THE RUDDER WAS REBUILT TO DOUBLE THE SIZE. IN APRIL 2010 PILOT HOUSE HATCH REPLACED AND COVERS FOR BOTH HATCHES. NEW SCREENS FOR FORWARD HATCH AND 7 WINDOWS AND PILOT HOUSE DOOR. IN AUGUST 2010 THE FUEL PUMP WAS COMPLETELY REBUILT WITH NEW INJECTORS.
More details on the boat with many photographs, may be found on the web
Photo: Harmony II
leaving Genoa Bay, Sept 2006