Stuff for sale or free

For Sale/Free

Hey, it costs money to cruise and our water line keeps getting lower--the kids are only getting bigger. We are currently in Phuket, Thailand and heading to Langkawi at the end of January. 


Lofrans 1200W 12V windlass motor

Almost brand new Lofrans 1200W 12V windlass motor for a Progress II Windlass (Part 418a #LWP8251). It may also fit other older Lofrans models (uses a 3 point bolt on configuration).

It has only been in use for 3 months. We installed it because we thought it would help with a breaker tripping issue. It didn't because the actual problem was a corroded bearing. Unfortunately we weren't able to replace the bearing as the rope drum and lock-nut had seized up on the shaft and the windlass had to be sawed in half to remove it from the boat. So we bought a new windlass and you can get a bargain on an almost new motor!

We are currently in Phuket, Thailand and heading to Langkawi at the end of January. We can ship it, but it's a heavy little beast and will probably be expensive.

The cost of a new motor from Lofrans is $1150 US not including shipping. We're asking $400 US.

Yamaha YPT-220 61-Key Personal Keyboard with AC Adapter ($40)

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So much for the kids learning how to play the piano. You can lead a horse to water...

Lightly used electronic keyboard in original box. Comes with AC Adapter, headphones (the foam has come off but they still work), eMedia Piano and Keyboard Method CD, MIDI to USB connector (so you can connect the keyboard to your computer), and books/music:

John W. Schaum - Making Music at the Piano (Book 3)

The Yamaha YPT220 features 375 natural sounding voices, 361 XGlite voices, 12 drum kits and a sound effect. Included in the voices is a Stereo Grand Piano. The keyboard also includes 100 accompaniment styles, lessons and 102 built-in songs. Read a review of it here.

Pick-up only.

Oster 2 lb. Expressbake Breadmaker (FREE)


Free for pick-up. We have used this for baking bread (we like to knead its ourselves). It's nice when you don't want to heat up the boat on those hot tropical days. 110V American plug.

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