I would like to start out by saying thank you to all the customers we have had at our location this year. I have met some wonderful people. I can no longer try and look for individual parts for people at this time via phone or email. We have 60,000 square feet of parts totaling over 150,000 items that are used and unique. There is no way to search for parts and items for all the requests we get a day. I know that people do not want to come all the way to Lynden and waste a trip, but we are getting bogged down with over a 100 requests a day to look for parts and pictures of items, this is just not the kind of business that you can shop by phone or emails. I am sorry but it has become overwhelming and we are getting lists of major items like masts , sails, booms and they will be posted soon but we can no longer search for every item that people need individually. Our primary focus has to be for people that have made the trip and are standing in front of us.
Thanks, Jeffery Hackler
OPEN Monday – Friday 1 p.m. – 6 p.m. best to call before coming out this time of year.
CLOSED SEPTEMBER 22,23,24
210 Duffner Drive, Lynden, WA 98264
We can no longer recommend ASSOCIATED BOAT TRANSPORT, Marysville WA
Due to New ownership and Current Business Practices
The Sailboat Wrecking Yard was born from a real need in the coastal environment as well as the sailing community. We reduce, reuse, and recycle derelict boats. The result is a melding of benefit to harbors, marinas, boat yards and private individuals.
Our labor force is minimal.
Our scope is broad.
It is strongly recommended that you call
before traveling a distance to view our merchandise.
Our inventory ranges from masts complete with rigging to flare containers.
Our inventory page is a work in progress and reflects a cost/time/benefit issue. It is by no means complete.
We are working on it.
We do NOT take returns. We DO ship smaller items. We DO take credit cards. (2.75% fee)
It is our hope that you will come find rare and valuable parts and equipment. Our donor boats may have left behind just what is needed to improve viable boats at an affordable price.