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General Information

Listing# 126538

Price
$59,000.00
Location
RI, United States
Manufacturer
Cal Yachts
Boat Type
Sailboat
Model Year
1979
Category
Antique and Classic
Designer
Bill Lapworth
Model
Sloop
Status
Used
Length
39 (ft.)
Maximum Draft
5.416667
Beam
12
LOA
39'
Displacement
17000
Ballast
7000
Cruising Speed
7
Max Speed
8
Fuel Capacity
50
Water Capacity
50
Water Capacity
50
Hull Material
GRP
Deck Material
Fiberglass
Hull Color
White
Fuel Tank Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Tank Material
Stainless Steel
Hull Designer
Bill Lapworth
Fuel Tank Material
Yanmar
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
4JH2E
Number of Engines
1
Engine Type
Inboard
Engine Horse Power
51
Engine Hours
858
Number of Staterooms
1
Number of Berths
2
Sleeps
6
Number of Heads
1

General Details

This Cal 39 is in excellent condition with extensive upgrades to hardware and systems throughout. Professionally maintained for the last several years. She is fast, responsive, and sturdy. The current owners have sailed her extensively from New York to Maine in all kinds of weather and never had a worry. The Cal 39 was featured in the March/April 2013 issue of Good Old Boat magazine and described as a "fast and well-built Bill Lapworth design." With her new sail inventory and performance underbody she is a spirited sailboat suitable for club racing, while offering a layout and features that will be appreciated by those looking for a solid cruising boat. If you are looking for a versatile sailboat with timeless lines and solid construction you owe it to yourself to take a close look at this Cal 39.

Additional Equipment

Accommodations & Layout:  
 

Private forward cabin sleeps two in a large V-berth, with many cabinets and drawers, and a cedar hanging closet. Large head compartment with door to main cabin and private door to forward cabin, with shower and many cabinets. Cedar-lined hanging locker across from head with louvered door. Interior lighted liquor cabinet for safe bottle storage, with stained glass doors amidships. Built-in bookshelves on both sides of main salon. Full length double berths to starboard and port hidden by seat-backs during daytime. Dinette arrangement on port side around a table that folds out to full size for full cabin dining. Table lowers on quick-release pneumatic pedestals to make an extra-wide berth. Side-facing navigation station to starboard, with full sized chart table, storage shelf and seat. Full galley with three-burner propane stove, Adler-Barbour refrigeration, hot & cold running water, Seagull water filtration, double sink, and task lighting. Main Salon has custom Cypress ceiling cabinetry. Deep quarterberth on starboard side. The cabin sole has been professional redone in 2013 and is in bristol condition.

Electirical & Mechanical:
  • Two AGM 4D’s with 1420 CCA (2012)
  • West Marine 20 Amp multi-stage charger
  • 2 analog meters at panel; Digital meter in Nexus system
  • 50' Shore power cord with pigtail adapter
  • Sunforce flexible solar charging panel, 8.7 Ah, 1.7 Amps, 25 Watts (new in 2011)
  • Three LED Imtra reading lights, “Hobart” model (forward cabin and quarter berth)
  • Nicro Day/Night PLUS Solar Fan in main cabin hatch
Navigation & Electronics:
  • Garmin 3205C Chartplotter
  • Garmin GMR-21 2 KW Radar 24 Nautical miles range on
    Waltz backstay mount radar leveling system (new in 2006)
  • Ritchie SP-5 Binnacle compass
  • KVH Azimuth 1000 Fluxgate compass networked with Nexus
  • Uniden MC-615 VHF; and Standard Horizon HX280S rechargeable handheld
  • Nexus System 3000 Instrument Network with two digital displays showing depth, speed, wind and tactical functions
  • Clarion M455A stereo with CD and iPod/iPhone input
  • Separate brass wall mounted Weems & Plath clock & barometer
  • Radio Shack portable SW radio
Plumbing:
  • VacuFlush by Sealand (Dometic) with macerator– New in 2010
  • New waste hoses and Jabsco Y-Valve in 2013
  • Shower in head   
  • SuperStor 6 gallon hot water heater with electric and engine heat exchanger
Galley:
  • Adler-Barbour Super Cold Machine refrigeration
  • 3 burner propane stove With oven
  • Double stainless steel sinks
  • Ample storage
Canvas:
  • Screens for both hatches
  • Custom white canvas Awning
  • Fairclough winter cover, custom made with frame (new in 2005)
  • Custom cockpit cushions
Deck Equipment:
  • Lifelines are ¼” uncoated uppers and 3/16” uncoated lowers
  • Three large fenders with cloth sleeves
Safety Equipment:
  • Crew Overboard Strobe Marker, by ACR
  • LifeSling
  • Fire extinguishers in Cockpit locker, Engine Compartment & Hanging Locker
  • 25mm Olin gun with many aerial and handheld flares
  • Radar Reflectors: One metal, one foil
  • 4” Brass Ships Bell with cockpit mount
  • Emergency Tiller
Dinghy/Tender:
  • 10’ 2”Aquapro Aluminum bottom Sportmaster RIB inflatable dinghy
  • 5 HP 4 stroke outboard for dinghy
Sail Inventory:
  • 140% Dacron Genoa – Halsey Lidgard (now Evolution): 2000, Good condition
  • 90% Dacron Genoa – Evolution: 2010,  Excellent condition, hardly used
  • Storm jib – Hood: 2002, Excellent condition, hardly used
  • Dacron Main with 12% roach, 4 battens, and Strong Track slides – Evolution: 2004, Good condition
  • Spinnaker – 1.5 oz cruising chute
Rigging & Sail Handling Equipment:
  • Harken roller furling for jib (new in 2009)
  • Strong Track system for Main (new in 2004)
  • Five Antal rope clutches for reef lines, boom vang, main sheet and main halyard
  • Garhauer Traveler
  • Garhauer Boom Vang
  • Garhauer stanchion blocks for roller-furling
  • Two Andersen 52-ST primary winches
  • One Andersen #40-ST main sheet/halyard/reefing winch
  • One #22 mast-mounted Barient winch, chrome, for the jib halyard
  • One #18 mast-mounted Barient winch, chrome, for the spinnaker halyard
  • Two floating winch handles
  • Two aluminum winch handle