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The Gulfstar 44 center cockpit is a graceful performance cruiser that is large enough for a family, but can be handled by one person. Built in the US with consistent fiberglass layout and high quality electrical installations, it has a solid fiberglass hull & deck, with a fin keel and skeg-hung rudder. Inside, there are two staterooms and two heads, a very workable galley, a comfortable dinette, and a separate engine room. I sold one of these to a client a few years back, and he has been cruising with his wife and two children ever since.
Unlike many of the other Gulfstars on the market, this model is NOT a tired charter vessel. It has had one owner for the last fifteen years, who has kept it well maintained with new standing rigging, freshly varnished interior woodwork, and many other upgrades.
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- The anchor locker is followed by a V-berth forward with plenty of storage. There is a head immediately aft to port (which was replaced in 2013.), and storage lockers opposite. Moving aft into the main cabin, there is a large U-shaped dinette to port with a drop down table, and a straight settee opposite to starboard. Aft of the dinette to port is a U-shaped galley with double sinks, gimballed stove, and a sizable refrigerator/freezer. Opposite to starboard is a large navigation station with space enough for charts, and all electronics close to hand. Behind the nav station is a passageway to the aft cabin that is high enough to be able to walk through without crawling (unlike a Peterson.) It passes an engine room that is also large enough to be able to work inside while sitting on the battery box. Finally, there is an aft cabin that has an ensuite head with separate shower stall. The berth is furnished with a custom made (for $2,000) king-sized Tempurpedic matress, and is surrounded by ventilated storage lockers. Throughout the interior, the teak shines with a with a combination of satin and gloss varnish; the teak and holly sole is polished; and the headliner is unblemished.
- Hot and cold pressurized water (pump rebuilt 2013), Aft shower sump pump (replaced 2003), Stainless steel double sink, w/ hot&cold faucet (NEW Moen Oct. 2012) Water Hand pump (rebuilt Jan 2013) for water Shipmate 3-burner gimbaled propane (NEW tank/valve Feb. 2013) stove w/oven. Electric Cold Machine refrigerator and freezer unit. Aft head rebuilt (2009) Forward head replaced (NEW Feb. 2013)
- Navigation & Electronics
- Six speaker, high wattage, AM/FM CD stereo system Color radar (16 mile) Garmin GPS (global positioning system) B & D Navigation/GPS integrated B& D wind, speed & direction (NEW masthead transponder Jan. 2010), B & D knotmeter B & D depth sounder, Datamarine depth sounder Danforth autopilot, Danforth compass (binnacle mounted) Northstar Loran, Standard VHS radio Large brass chronometer main saloon Small brass chronometer aft cabin Brass temperature main saloon Brass humidity main saloon Brass barometer main saloon Brass oil lamp main saloon
- Deck & Hull
- Solid fiberglass hull & deck layed up to US standards. Fin keel. Skeg hung rudder. Edson teak steering wheel ($3,300) Cockpit, aft shower, forward head teak grates (black epoxy bottom and holes with tops in Sikkens Cetol) Barient self-tailing winches (x 4) (complete service 2012) Barient winches (2) (complete service 2012) Dorade stainless steel ventilators (x 4), (epoxy white interior 2011) Foot activated bow anchor windlass Four large aluminum Bomar smoked hatches (new seals Oct. 2012) Large 45 lb. CQR plough anchor with 150 ft. chain, 150ft. rode Large Danforth anchor with 200 ft. rode Small Danforth anchor with 150 ft. rode Bow pulpit & rails Side stanchions with dual stainless /lifelines (NEW Jan. 2010) Custom bimini (NEW Sept. 2009) Custom dodger with handrails (NEW Sept. 2009) Custom mainsail cover (NEW Sept. 2009) Genoa sail cover (NEW Jan. 2010) CG approved safety package Horse shoe man overboard life preserver w large strobe mounted on aft stanchion Packaged life preserver mounted on aft stanchion Cutting board mounted on aft stanchion Stainless fishing pole holders (2) mounted on aft stanchion Outboard motor mount attached to aft stanchion Custom teak cockpit grate Covers & curtains Fenders, lines & life jackets, Navigation lights, Position light, Deck lights Masthead windex wind indicator Stainless swim ladder Cockpit teak fold-up snack table/drink holder (binnacle mounted) Cockpit cushions Brightwork with 6 coats of Epiphanes gloss varnish (Oc 2012)
- Engines & mechanical
- Perkins 4-154 62 H.P. diesel engine w/ fresh water cooling Engine hours 2300 Fuel consumption 3/4 gallon per hour 6 - 8 knots cruise. 2.57:1 B.W. transmission Bilge blower Electric bilge pump with 3 pump-out location options Automatic electric bilge pump Manual gusher bilge pump Cockpit controls Autohelm remote control autopilot Automatic CO2 engine room fire-extinguishing system Fire extinguishers 2 (NEW Nov. 2009) 5 gallon hot water heater in engine room Two fuel filters Engine, fuel shut-off valve Overboard heads, Overboard holding tank Feathering 3-blade max propeller ($3,500) Spare 3-blade propeller Raw water sea strainer Emergency tiller 100 amp engine charger Four large solar cells (12 amp/hr peak) 110v A/C electrical system Custom 12v DC electrical system Deep cycle house batteries (NEW Sept. 2009) Main engine battery. (NEW Sept. 2009) with triple charge integration (engine, AC & solar) Parallel engine/service battery switch 100+ amp A/C battery charger Dockside electrical cables
- Sails & Rigging
- Aluminum spar stepped on keel with fiberglass mast step (NEW Jan. 2010) New linear polyurethane painted mast & boom Standing rigging (head stay, back stay, shrouds, NEW Jan. 2010) ) Stainless double safety lines (NEW Jan. 2010) Slab reefing Harken full-batten mainsail 135% Genoa with roller furling (re-sewn, NEW sail cover Jan. 2010) Genaker 110% jib in boot (unused) Barient self-tailing winches x4 Barient winches x2 Mainsheet traveler w/ custom blocks Flopper stopper
- The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.