North Point Yacht Sales

Archive of 2020, July

2020 Hanse Early Bird Incentive

We all know the saying, “The early bird gets the worm.” We agree, which is why every summer and fall we offer the Early Bird Special for Hanse and the Champions Choice package for Dehler Yachts. If you are in the process of shopping for a new boat, what does this meant to you?
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North Point Yacht Sales Welcomes Nick Martin as Director of Service

North Point Yacht Sales is excited to welcome Nick Martin as Director of Service. Nick comes to North Point with years of experience in the Marine Industry, offering a wealth of knowledge in boating and yacht maintenance. “We are thrilled to have Nick join our team as the new Service Director,” says owner Ken Comerford, Owner and President of North Point Yacht Sales. “Nick will play a pivotal role in overseeing our service department, creating the right culture, and delivering a high level of customer care that our clients demand. With Nicks' background, experience, and passion, we are confident that he will raise the bar for service on the Chesapeake Bay and help us to expand our service department.”
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Best Mainsail Handling System: In-Mast VS Conventional

A discussion of mainsail handling systems splits into 2 basic camps: in-mast and conventional hoist. Performance sailors scoff at in-mast systems, decrying their limitations in sail shape and potential difficulty in dousing in an emergency. While, advocates of in-mast systems can’t understand why the conventional folks want to work so hard.
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Introducing the MJM 3Z: The New Dual Console Model

The third evolution to the MJM revolution? The MJM 3z. Currently being built in the all-new factory in North Carolina, the 3z is a beautiful example of the classic Doug Zurn hull (the same one used in the 35z that we all love) with a dayboat/bowrider specific mission. The “house” is wider giving you ample space and comfort under the hardtop but still retaining the convertible space on deck. Sliding side windows and power front opening windows mean you can have the alfresco feel on nice days or button the bridge deck up in the shoulder season or on rough days. Forward of the consoles, you will enjoy wraparound seating with a varnished table for your guests. Behind the house, you will find entertaining features like a grill, fridge/icemaker, and a sink/serving area all within reach of the rear wraparound seating and the helm further forward. To port of the helm is a generous day head that everyone onboard will find very comfortable.
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