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1979 31 (ft.) PACIFIC SEACRAFT Mariah 31

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General Information

Listing# 141210

Price
$49,995.00
Location
SW Florida, FL, United States
Manufacturer
PACIFIC SEACRAFT
Boat Type
Sailboat
Model Year
1979
Category
Cutter
Designer
Henry Morschladt
Model
Mariah 31
Status
Used
Length
31 (ft.)
Bridge Clearance
46
Beam
10.75
LOA
37
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
3HM35F Rebuilt
Number of Engines
1
Engine Type
Inboard
Engine Hours
1465

General Details

The 31' Pacific Seacraft Mariah is considered to be one of the best built and designed sailboats in the world.  This Pristine full teak interior 31' Pacific Seacraft Mariah when built, was known as the most expensive production cruiser of its size in the world, because of the quality of materials, and the quality of her construction.  The current owners really took great care of her, and have been constantly upgrading her, including replacing the original engine in 1994, and rebuilding the newer engine in 2004.  So since the rebuild in 2004, the engine only has 1465 hours.  This Pacific Seacraft Mariah is ready to cruise anywhere in comfort and safety, and has the rare and desired factory installed "wheel steering" with auto pilot, among the many other extra features found on this vessel. This Pacific Seacraft Mariah is currently one of the best priced and best looking Pacific Seacrafts available!  

Specifications

Accommodations
This Vessel has eight bronze portholes in the cabin, a forward hatch in the Master Stateroom, and the main cabin has a removable butterfly hatch for plenty of natural light during the day.  There are screens for all 3 hatches.  At night there are two teak Alpenglow lights in the galley area with either white and or red lights. The other three cabin lights in the cabin have been converted to bright energy saving LEDs.   Most forward is a door to  a split anchor locker and a large V-Berth with shelves along both sides.  There are also three storage areas and storage drawers found in the Master Stateroom. Coming  out of this Stateroom you will find the door to the head to your right. This boat's head has a stainless sink both with a  pressurized water system.  It also contains a newer Thetford Headmate toilet, solar exhaust vent, and a teak mirror. Across from the head there is a hanging locker where the Cruiseair air conditioner is located with storage beside and below.  Continuing aft you enter the Main Salon. On the port side you will find a double settee, suitable for sleeping two. The Salon also has shelves for a television or computer monitor.  A terrific feature of this vessel is the dining room table when not in use, can easily be stored along the bulkhead (See Photos).  This really opens up the salon and really gives it a very open feeling.  When you want to use the table you simply swing away the table from the bulkhead, and it almost sets itself up. You can set the table up for one to six people, and the table can be put in numerous positions to allow easy access through the settee with the table up.  The starboard side in the Salon has a single settee, which will sleep one. Beyond the salon is the U-shaped galley with double stainless steel sinks, with pressurized water, a dish rack, storage areas, and a two burner stainless steel gimbaled Origo stove with oven, on the port side. On the other side to the cabin  you'll find a  top opening refrigerator/freezer with a digital  thermostatic control.  Going forward is the lighted navigation table with Drawers. When not using the navigation station, it is on the same large counter top where the top loading 12 volt refrigerator is, so you have a lot of room to prepare meals, and after dinner lay out a lot of charts. You will also find a lot of storage in this area, and also more storage under the huge port settee, and below the teak and holly sole.   Water storage is below both port and starboard  settees, along with water shut off valves for each of the water tanks.  In the Cabin you will also find three bronze lamps, four fans, six DC outlets, and four AC outlets.
Yanmar Diesel Engine
You will find an reliable updated 3HM35F Yanmar 35 horse power engine in this sailboat, which was installed in 1994, and is an upgrade from the original, less powerful engine. This engine had a major rebuild in 2004 when the engine had 2598 hours on her, so with the latest rebuild in 2004 and the engine clock at 4063, the engine only has 1465 hours on her since the rebuild in 2004.  Engine access is aft of the companionway steps.  This engine, and for that matter this boat, has been  meticulously  taken care of with timely and continuous maintenance and frequent upgrades. 
Additional Information
A dditional Electronics-  Furuno Navtex NX-300 Weatherfax. Additional Outside Equipment 3 Cockpit Cushions  Outboard Bracket Jack lines Port and Starboard  Additional Electrical Equipment 2 AC Switch Panels 2-6 volt gel cell starter batteries 4-6 volt Lifeline AGM house batteries new in 2013 Xantrex link 1000 for house batteries and engine battery voltage Xantrex link 10 monitors solar panel voltage in Bluesea solar boost controller 
Disclaimer
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.
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