1971 Columbia

Added 14 January, 2013

About this Sailboat:

A great sail-cruiser & weekend getaway! A coastal cruiser that’s an exciting sailor yet sea-kindly and extremely comfortable even for a large family or group. Has headroom for a 6’3″ man; a spacious galley; many large storage areas; clear decks; and a generous open cockpit conducive to entertaining.

V-berth sleeps 2; fold-up settees in saloon sleep 4 adults; dinette table seats 5 adults (or sleeps 2 children).

As all furling lines lead aft, this big yacht can actually be single-handed–clumsy but better than not-sailing!

MANY MORE PHOTOGRAPHS: www.JonathanCarriel.com/boatsale

Equipment on Board:

SAILS: In-mast roller-furling mainsail (2008); roller-furling 165% genoa (2004; new rig 2009); and asymetrical spinnaker with dousing sleeve (1997 but seldom used and in excellent condition). Utility halyard.

Boat draws 5’9″
Westerbeke 58 engine (1986, overhauled 2008)
40-gals diesel fuel tank
50-gals water tank
Furuno radar (1999)
West Marine hand-held ship-to-shore radio (2009)
iPhone compatible stereo system (2012)

Three-burner galley stove (propane system replaced 2007)
Commodious icebox and storage areas
Stern grill (used with disposable propane bottles)

Four 12-volt batteries (2011).
Flexible solar panel trickle-charger (2006).
2 anchors (22 lb., 40 lb.); 40′ chain; 200′ rode; anchor roller.
Emergency tiller.
Bimini (new cloth & cover 2010).
Hull Identification #29.


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