Should you wish to consider a charitable boat donation to Brigantine Inc.s Tallship Sailtraing Program for youth please provide the information requested below. Forward this information to us for consideration via the secure link at the bottom of our CONTACT PAGE on this website.
Donation Boats for Charity
For boaters who are at the stage in their life and for either health or financial reasons want to get off the water immediately you may wish to consider donation of your used boat as a charitable donation. Your generous boat donation allows us to provide direct funding and support to organizations that support youth and young adults at risk. You can eliminate the weighty costs and responsibilities of ownership and receive a significant tax deduction based on the appraised market value of your used boat and at the same time have the fulfillment of supporting our local youth programs.
Privateer Yacht Sales are proud supporters of the Canadian Sail Training Association and Brigantine Inc., a non for profit organization. Brigantine Inc. is the oldest continuous youth sail training program in the world and operates the tallship S.T.V., St. Lawrence II.
Privateer Yacht Sales Charity Donation Application
Please provide the following information for consideration as a "Privateer Yacht Sales' Charity Donation Boat" and email this to; email@example.com
Name of Boat Donor
Contact Information of Boat Donor
Boat, Make, Model and Year of Manufacture
Present Location of Vessel
Is there a trailer or cradle for boat?
When was the boat last used?
Is there a recent survey for the boat?
Is there any equipment presently on the boat would not be included?
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Announcing our newest listing Empire Sandy!
Safe Sailing in 2014 to all you Sailors out there!
Own the Largest sailing ship built in Canada, A ready made floating 3-Star Hotel at an affordable price!
Financing term available for quilified buyers.
New reduced price of $720,000.00 for 50' Prowler of Africa, "Spare Change"..Check listing details.
Le Revanant - Exact replica of Captain Cook's Pinky Schooner used to chart Newfoundland
Movie and 2014 appearance opportunties for new buyers. See listing for more details.
Feature Vessel of the Month - "gaff rigged" classic Herreshoff Buzzards Bay 14 - check listing page for details
We have a number of new yachts to be listed check our website daily for updates
Peter Milley, is Treasurer and past Chairman of the Canadian Sail Training Association. An Individual Member and Director of CSTA he was elected Dec 17, 2011 to the executive as Secretary of this organization representing Canadian Tallships and sail training vessels.
Brigantine Inc and the Sail Training Vessel, St Lawrence II participated in a number of War of 1812 re-enactment events during the 2013 sailing season on the Great lakes. If you have a son, daughter or grandchild interested in being part of a living history adventure in 2014 contact the Brigantine Inc.,website; www.brigantine.ca or call 613-544-5175
Be part of Living History - have a son, daughter or grandchild consider a sailtraining adventure aboard the Tallship St Lawrence II in August of 2014 when we will be sailing to Charlottetown PEI for the anniversary of the Charlottetown Accord/First Minister's Conference and Quebec City 2014 Tallships event. It's the opportunity of a lifetime! It's first come first serve so call now to reserve a berth for a saltwater experience learning to sail a tallship.
The Brigantine Inc. website has the 2014 schedule; www.brigantine.ca
Fair winds and following seas in 2014!
We are now into the 2014 sailing season and it's a great time to purchase. Don't miss out.. It's a "buyers market" and there are deals to be had. For those wishing to sell contact us right away and don't wait any longer to list your boat! Let us help to ensure your boat sells at the first available opportunity.
Please check our charity donation boat page to dontate your boat to assist Briganitne Inc.s not-for-profit sail training program for Kingston and Eastern Ontario youth.