Cummins 360, Raymarine Knotmeter, Depth, Autopilot, Air Conditioning/Heat, Stern Canvas, Custom Carpeting, Blue Hull
Immaculate fresh water Tug, This 1999 Nordic Tug has a Cummins 220 HP Engine. The Aft Cockpit comes with a newer bimini (2013). She has a large V-berth with center insert and much more. "Respite" is a must see!
What's New? by Tim Finkle: As I write this at our Buffalo location, I look outside and see our guys hauling customer boats. It is alw...Read More
RCR Yachts has been a fixture on the Great Lakes sailing scene for over 40 years. We are one of North America's most experienced and respected full-service sailboat operations, earning numerous awards over the years for sales and service excellence. We sell new and used sailboats and powerboats, operate several boat yards and marinas, and provide service and repair work.
Our 5 new boat sales locations serve Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, as well as nearby inland waters. Lines carried include Alerion Yachts, Beneteau, Back Cove Yachts, C&C Yachts, J/Boats and Sabre. RCR is an active brokerage business with full-time, experienced brokers at our sales offices in Buffalo, Rochester, Sodus Point, Youngstown, NY and Erie, PA.Learn More
RCR Buffalo Marina is the largest and most complete marine facility in Buffalo with direct access to Lake Erie. We are on 14 acres of waterfront land along the City Ship Canal, totally protected but only a 5 minute motor from the harbor entrance at the mouth of the Buffalo River.Read More
RCR Buffalo has docks for over 150 boats and RCR Youngstown has over 100 mooringsLaunching, Mast Stepping & Haul-Out
In our Buffalo and Youngstown, NY locations we have open-end Travelifts that can haul or launch, as well as cranes for mast stepping and unstepping.Winter & Summer Storage
We offer winter and summer dry land storage in Buffalo and Youngstown and a full range of winterizing and maintenance services.Installation, Maintenance & Repair
We have certified engine and electronics techs on staff and provide repair and maintenance services