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EUR  44.610
Seattle, United States
Sail Northwest
The unique offering - a Rawson 38 A design of Ed Monk Senior and built by one of the early premier PNW fiberglass boat builders, Ron Rawson Incorporated, the Rawson 38 melds the design and structure o
EUR  22.305
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Pacific Yachts Mexico
See the World Now! This boat is solidly built and well equipped for world cruising .  Designed by William Gardner and built in the US by Ron Rawson (who was known for building the first fiber
EUR  12.035
Richmond, United States
Norpac Yacht & Ship Brokerage
STURDY AND STATELY, THE RAWSON 30 WILL GO ANYWHERE When Ron Rawson decided to build sailboats, he wanted to continue the firm’s reputation for building seaworthy small craft and commissioned
EUR  13.894
Oriental, United States
Deaton Yacht Sales
DON'T LET THE YEAR OF THIS BOAT SCARE YOU SHE IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION! This Blue-water cruiser is in very good condition, she has been refitted and upgraded since 2007 and shows as a much
EUR  13.476
San Diego, United States
CFB Marine Group
This entry level/family sail boat is perfect for getting into sailing on San Diego Bay. It comes with 2 dingies, one inflatable and a 8' Sabot with sails. It has the popular Yanmar Diesel wit
EUR  11.617
Port Orchard, United States
Robert Heay's Port Orchard Yacht Sales, Inc
Looking for a handyman shipwright or someone who is on a budget. Take over where this absentee owner left off. Solid hull and rig, Westerbeke diesel engine with 600 hours. Owner has disconnected 12 vo
EUR  10.852
Vendita in Corso
Mazatlan Marine Center SA de CV
DRASTIC PRICE REDUCTION!!  OWNER SAYS SELL NOW The Rawson 30, designed by W. Garden and built by Ron Rawson, is known for its strength, many have been circumnavigating in this boat for decade
EUR  10.688
La Mariana, United States
Ala Wai Yachts
The William Garden designed Rawson 30 is a robust proven circumnavigator with one account well documented in Jamie Bryson’s book “First Time Around”. This vessel &ldq