GREAT pedigree! Unique teal blue hull and attractive tan canvas. Nicely maintained, just returned from a Bahama cruise and ready to go again!
- Down below the boat has a very open feel which is usually the style of much larger vessels. The V-berth is 6′ 6″ in length with plenty of storage alongside the hull, as well as above and below the berths. A curtain separates the V-berth from the main saloon. In the saloon are twin settees either side of the table which seats six comfortably and attaches to the compression post. The table can be stowed away completely beneath the V-berth. Further back on port is the galley with its two burner stove and twin sinks. Opposite on starboard is a standup nav-station with a huge icebox under. There’s also a seagoing double berth on the port quarter which can be accessed easily behind the galley. The engine is located below the companionway stairs which form an engine cover, there is very good access from all sides to the engine and the stuffing box is very easy to reach. Recent upholstery on both V and quarter berths 10 Bronze Opening Ports and One Large Hatch allow nice Cross Ventilation + there is a sliding screen for the companionway
- 2 burner Force 10 LPG Stove w/Oven Twin Deep Stainless Steel Sinks Adler-Barbour Refrigeration Charlie Noble
- Autohelm 6000 autopilot GPS Map 182C Raymarine ST 60 Depth, Knot, AWI (NEW 2010) ICOM VHF Radio Furuno 16 mile Radar on Swing-Out Mount
- 3 Group 27 Lead-Acid Batteries ProMariner Battery Monitor Battery Selector Switch 120 V Shorepower w/Cord DC/AC Breaker Panel
- Yanmar Diesel Just Serviced
- Sails and Rigging
- All Sails are 4-5 years old Mainsail w/2 Reef Points and Lazy Jack System + Spare Mainsail Genoa on Harken Furling System Spinnaker 2 Lewmar 43 Two-Speed Self-Tailing Sheet Winches-service 2010 Rig Winches Mast Steps
- Hull and Deck
- The hull is laid up by hand in solid fiberglass and water resisting vinylester resin is used on the outermost layer and isophthalic polyester resin in the layers below. This combo should provide excellent resistance to osmosis. Some articles document the hull being hand-laid with vinylester resin throughout with kevlar fiber reinforcing which provides excellent toughness; this may be true for later boats. Lead is used for ballast. The fiberglass rudder has internal reinforcing from a steel plate and mounted to the fiberglass skeg which itself is reinforced with steel. The pivot is bronze. The deck is made of marine plywood sandwiched between GRP on both sides with a non-skid pattern molded on the top. The hull-to-deck join is glued and is solidly through-bolted with 1/4 inch stainless bolts every four inches. The interior is built from a single full-length molded pan bonded to the interior of the hull. It’s a method that’s consistent with many modern production boats, cheaper to build with advantages in increased hull stiffness, reducing creaks and groans but has the sacrifice of accessibility to all areas of the hull. On deck is a relatively large cabin truck with lots of portlights. The cabin top is flat featuring a large forward two-way hatch as well as twin dorade vents. Further back in the cockpit are seats that are 7 feet long with contoured backs; three lockers are below the seats, there’s also a vented gas locked on the starboard coming. The helmsman also has a countoured seat. NEW Bottom Paint, Cutlass Bearing 12/2012 Monitor WindVane NEW 2005 Simpson-Lawrence HySpeed Manual Windlass-serviced 2008 25# CQR Anchor w/Chain/Rode Danforth Anchor Double Anchor rollers Mast Guards Stainless Steel Bowsprit, Stanchions and Sternrail Double Lifelines Bimini and Dodger on Stainless Steel Frames(fabric new 2011) Cockpit Shower Cockpit Cushions 6 Bronze cleats Cockpit Table Canvas Pedestal Cover Fenders and Docklines Liferaft(needs re-certification)
- Owners states that every time he goes ashore from his boat someone comments about what beautiful lines she has. . . He SMILES a LOT!
- Personal Gear
- 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.