Monday, 10 September 2007
Located in San Carlos, Sonora, Mexico on the beautiful Sea of Cortez.
The fully battened main has the Dutchman system for easy furling and reefing.
The 135% genoa has a Profurl roller furler.
It's flush deck gives you incrediable space and comfort topside.
Below are accomodations built for easy living, including a spacious library and 7ft headroom.
Two large opening skylights provide great light and ventilation.
The hull was one of six built at a shipyard in Vancouver, BC.
All new standing rigging [Norseman fittings] and running rigging added in 2007.
All new bottom job. 3 layers of epoxy sheathing and two layers of Americoat antifouling also done in 2007.
Can include your own mooring buoy in the bay.
Built 1980. US Coast Guard documented. 45ft on deck, 50ft overall, 13ft beam. 20 tons. Ferro-cement construction.
Has a cutter ketch rig, and balances very easily with or without using either the mizzen or the staysail. Comes with fully battened main with the Dutchman furling system built in. The 135 per cent genoa is on a Profurl furling system. Also has many spare sails including a working jib and storm jib. Mast has steps to the top.
Simpson Lowrance Horizon 1500 electric windlass, 56lb Max anchor, 45lb CQR, 75’ 3/8 chain, 300’ 5/8 rode, 500’ 1” rode. Heavy duty lifting davit.
(2)85 watt solar panels w/regulator. Heart 1000 charger/inverter, Link 2000R electric panel and regulator, (6) Trojan 6 volt batteries.
Adler Barbour cold machine refrigerator, microwave, gas stove.
Depth sounder, VHF radio, GPS, 406 EPIRB, CPT autopilot, Aires wind vane. Isuzu 60 hp diesel, 200 gal fuel tank, 200 gal water, 6 gal hot water. CD/tape player w/ Bose speakers.
Accommodations: Full size bed in main stateroom two singles in V-berth and large convertible bed in dining area. One head with shower. Roomy galley and very large living/dining/library area. Lots of light and ventilation with two opening skylights and forward hatch.
Garmin Chart Plotter