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1964 37 (ft.) Buchan 37

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General Information

Listing# 141820

Price
$17,500.00
Location
Port Townsend, WA, United States
Manufacturer
Buchan
Boat Type
Sailboat
Model Year
1964
Category
Racers and Cruisers
Model
37
Status
Used
Length
37 (ft.)
Beam
108
LOA
444
Hull Material
Fiberglass

General Details

Original design 1964 but the deck, house, and interior torn out and rebuilt mid-late 2000's. Redesigned house/companion way, new bulkheads, mahogany plywood for interior storage and settee. Replaced mast(aluminum) and rigging. Fiberglass hull. She features:
- Modified full keel, 4' cut away
- Glassed in insulation within hull
- Full set of sails
- 12 opening bronze port lights
- Outboard well in cockpit for a Yamaha 8 horsepower high thrust, long shaft, 4 stroke motor
- 2 self tailing sheet winches
- Large lazarettes for storage
- Tiller instead of wheel

INTERIOR:
- Gimbaled 3 burner Princess propane stove with oven
- Newport Dickinson diesel heater with 6 gallon stainless tank
- 2 glassed in tanks for water

EXTRA GEAR:
- Fiberglass cloth and epoxy
- Tracks and blocks for jib sheets (not installed)
- High quality marine lumber
- Lot of blocks and lines
- Whale pumps
- 50' shore power cord (30a)
- 1 Bruce and 1 Danforth anchor

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Stock #46257

Specifications

Condition
Bottom and topsides repainted in Fall 2013 with high end commercial epoxy paints. Rigging is strong and in great shape. New rudder. Previous design was through-bolted from the post. It is now a welded fin, marine plywood core with fiberglass wrapped around the post for a much stronger rudder.