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1976 Sander

18 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

1974 Dutch-built steel sloop, sturdy, safe, rigged for ocean passages. We have made two 2-year live-aboard cruises, Philadelphia to Venezuela in the 80s, and the US East Coast as far north as Maine and as far south as the Dominican Republic 2004 to 2006. The boat was completely overhauled in 2004 including new engine, main sail, electronics, and much more. Located in dry-dock in Philadelphia. Cruise the world in this sea-tested vessel!

Equipment on Board:

Westerbeke 30-hp 3-cylinder diesel 100 hours
Main 7.5 oz Dacron,100% jib,2 150% jibs, Roller furled drifter, Storm jib
Oversized stainless rigging:
2 insulated back stays, 2 forestays, 6 shrouds
Garmin GPS
Fugawi electronic charts
Raytheon autotiller Back-up autotiller
Navman Multi 3100
Wind vane self steering
SSB receiver
Mounted and hand-held VHF
XM satellite radio
Solar Panel 40 watts
Wind generator Four Winds III
Two marine batteries group 27
Starting battery
400- &70-watt inverter
Coleman generator
33-lb Bruce
25-lb deep-set Danforth
12-lb Danforth
8-foot hard dinghy, oars, 2-hp Mariner
2 water tanks 65 gals
1 diesel tank 28 gals
9-foot sea anchor
3-foot Drogue
Dinghy drogue
Emergency water maker
Three hand-held flares
Advanced first aid kit
121.5 mh EPIRB
6 foot 1 inch headroom
Double v-berth, pilot quarter berth, settee double berth,
9 drawers and 1 cabinet in head
2-burner gimballed propane stove
6 drawers in galley plus cupboard, cabinet
Railing mounted propane grill
On-deck 2 10-lb aluminum propane tanks with regulator
LOTS of storage
Automatic bilge pump and alarm
Swim ladder
Full cockpit awning bimini underway detachable tent with screens and shades
Welded pipe rails and life lines
Manual windlass

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