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1984 36 (ft.) Other Pipedream Sloop

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General Information

Listing# 106746

Price
$110,000.00
Location
FL, United States
Manufacturer
Other
Boat Type
Sailboat
Model Year
1984
Category
Sailboats
Designer
Francis Kinney
Model
Pipedream Sloop
Status
New
Length
36 (ft.)
Bridge Clearance
52
Maximum Draft
6.666667
Beam
10
LOA
36'6
Displacement
13500
Ballast
6000
Cruising Speed
6
Max Speed
6.5
Fuel Capacity
17
Water Capacity
60
Water Capacity
8
Hull Material
Other
Fuel Tank Material
Aluminum
Fuel Tank Material
Stainless Steel
Hull Designer
Francis Kinney
Fuel Tank Material
Westerbeke
Fuel Type
Diesel
Number of Engines
1
Engine Type
Inboard
Engine Horse Power
27

General Details

Nautically Beautiful is a good way to describe any boat built to the old CCA rule, but this sailboat is the cream of the crop. Long ends, a transom to die for. Originally marketed as the Fiberglass boat for wooden boat lovers, Francis Kinney designed her to improve upon the Hinckley Pilot. She is prominently featured in his now out of print book “Skene’s Elements of Yacht Design” The boat in that book, “Weatherly”, was made of wood. There are two, of the five made, that remain in good condition, and this is one of them. She handles exquisitely – one finger on the wheel, if any. Just like Slocum’s. A dream to sail. She gets complements and admirers everywhere she goes – under way and at the dock. I would guess these complements roll in about …every other day. It’s amazing and heart warming to be complemented so often, and that alone brings the owner great joy.

If you find your eye, and heart, drawn to a classical sailboat you owe it to yourself to take a closer look at "Alta". She is the type of sloop that never goes out of style and will continue to be appreciated by sailors for generations. 

Additional Equipment

Accommodations

Starting forward is the chain locker, divided for two sets of ground tackle. Followed by a roomy V-berth, then the head to port, wet locker to starboard. Saloon next: with a drop down dining table. Both settees pull out to form larger berths. Above and outboard of the port settee is a quarter berth. Above and outboard of the starboard settee is a bookshelf. Continuing aft on starboard side is the galley, with the refrigerator and electronics to port. You will find ample storage throughout the cabin. Ascending companionway steps brings you to the expansive cockpit – enough for eight or more to sit comfortably, and for two to sleep. Behind the helm is the propane locker. The area behind the wheel is good for two to stand comfortably at dock or under way.


Electrical & Mechanical
  • Two Lifeline AGM 4D house batteries (2010)
  • One Lifeline AGM group 31 (2010)
  • Heart Interface Freedom 2500 Inverter
  • Link 2000 50 Amp smart charger
  • GM 124 amp alternator new in 2001 and rebuilt in 2011

 


Navigation & Electronics
  • Garmin 210 GPS
  • Autopilot
  • Depth sounder
  • Icom M-502 DSC VHF
  • Ritchie compass
  • New stereo with remote, ipod and mp3 ready (2012)

 


Plumbing
  • Vacuflush 5000 electric head (2011)
  • ShurFlo 3400 accumulator tank (2008)
  • Macerator
  • 10 gallon hot water heater

 


Sails & Rigging
  • Sobstab Main sail (2010) -excellent condition
  • Furling Genoa (2002) good condition high clew for good visibility
  • Spare 100% Genoa (2002) - very good condition (still crisp, owner did not use it)
  • Harken furler on genoa
  • Easy reefing system on the main
  • Swage Lock fittings on stays
  • Lewmar winches: two primaries, one mainsail winch, three winches on mast for handling halyards

 


Galley
  • 3 burner propane stove with oven
  • Seafrost refigeration

 


Canvas
  • Screens for all hatches
  • Full awning
  • Bimini
  • Full cover for when at the dock

 


Ground Tackle
  • 35# CQR for primary anchor with 25' chain and 200' rode
  • Danforth for secondary anchor with 10' chain and 200' rode
  • Lofrans Progress One electric windlass

 


Safety Equipment
  • Lifesling
  • Two fire extinguishers
  • Flares

 


Additional Information
  • PSS Shaft Seal (2011)
  • New fuel pump (2011)
  • 2011 rebuilt the following: raw water pump, engine head and replaced head gasket, alternator and regulator, replaced all hoses and fuel lines.
  • Cleaned heat exchanger (2011)
  • Extensive varnish work (2011) wood all in good condition and covered
  • Painted bottom with 5 coats of Micron (2012) - bottom has no blisters and is in good condition
  • Except for the last 2 years the boat has lived in fresh water on Lake Erie
  • Owner has full maintenance records for the life of the boat