Blue Star 29.9
New York ,
The Blue Star 29.9’s look and price would make a Yankee lobsterman proud said Capt. Stuart Reininger when he reviewed one for Power & MotorYacht in February 2000. She handles well in the sea. Her generous beam and skeg-protected, deep-V bottom contribute to her stability. Wooden touches throughout, such as the solid teak companionway steps and solid (not veneer) cabinetry are of matched, close-grained wood. The helm area layout is straightforward, with a captain’s seat, port side L-shaped seating and large analog instrumentation. There is a large cockpit with easy side deck access and aft facing seating. Below decks has a nice dinette/berth, compact galley, forward V-berth with filler and a vacu-flush head. She has trim tabs, good electronics and a nicely crafted teak swim platform. She is a comfortable day-tripper that can easily accommodate six, an overnighter for four, and a weekender for two. She is powered by T-250 HP Yanmars with 760 hours. Check out the Full Specs and call for an appointment to see her.
|LOA||30' (9.07 meters)|
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Bruce McDonald joined Brewer Yacht Sales in 2011 and is headquartered at Safe Harbor Stirling and services Safe Harbor Stirling, Safe Harbor Greenport, and the east end of Long Island.
Bruce started his marine industry experience three days after his high school graduation when he reported to Massachusetts Maritime Academy. Upon graduation, he served as an engineer aboard various merchant ships and traveled the world in addition to spending fourteen years in the United States Naval Reserve. When he came “ashore” he spent his career with Fortune 100 companies while obtaining his MBA. Previously to joining Brewer Yacht Sales he sold new and pre-enjoyed boats on the North Fork for six seasons.
Although a New England native, he summered on the North Fork of Long Island since childhood and moved to Southold over twenty-five years ago. He and his wife, Karen, have a blended family of seven children and eleven grandchildren. They reside in Aquebogue.
He is ready to assist you in your search for that perfect boat or to facilitate the sale of your existing boat.