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1977 Bayfield 32

6 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

Accommodations and Galley
CABIN: The forward cabin has a teak hanging locker, 3 drawers and additional shelf storage on the bulkheads: forward, port and starboard.
Upgraded custom made mattress.

SALON – Main salon has a bulkhead mounted custom cupboard with unique fold down teak table that can seat 6. Upgraded teak cabinets on both sides. Beautiful interior fabrics and cushions. Well cared for teak throughout. On starboard is a 6’ u-shaped settee that converts to a double bunk. On port is a 6’ settee that serves as a bunk with an additional quarterberth aft. Amazing amount of storage under and behind each settee and in teak cabinets. Custom teak surrounds keel stepped mast with additional storage. Coal heater installed with chimney.

NAV STATION – On the port side aft is the comfortable and practical nav station, integrated to the quarterberth. The table top slides in for more space, or out to accommodate full size charts. The upgraded electrical panel is located at the Nav station. .

GALLEY – Starboard aft, the galley is equipped with a top loading Adler Barber 12v fridge and freezer, an Origo 4000 two burner alcohol stove (much safer than propane) and a SS sink with pressurized cold water. All hook-ups are available for pressurized hot water.

HEAD – The fully enclosed head features a manual toilet and a shower with removable teak flooring grate that drains into a dedicated shower sump.

Equipment on Board:

SAILS & SAILING EQUIPMENT
The cutter rig is designed for flexibility and ease of handling for short and single-handed cruising.
Main – 3 reef points
Staysail (with Furlex furler)
Yankee (with Furlex furler)
Asymmetrical w/ snuffing sock
Oversize standing rigging 9/32
New running rigging (2008)
All running rigging to cockpit
Traveller mounted aft of helm
Lewmar winches throughout

ENGINE & ELECTRICAL
Yanmar YSB12 (complete rebuild in 2006)
75 amp Balmar alternator
All electrical wiring in 2000
Heart Interface Freedom 10 battery charger & 1000W inverter
1 starting; 2 house batteries
New prop shaft and cutlassbearing (2006)
New stuffing box (2006)

ELECTRONICS
Depth: Authohelm (Raymarine)
Speed: Raymarine ST60
Wind: Navman
Autopilot: Raymarine ST4000
VHF: ICOM IC-M45
Sony Radio/CD with cockpit and cabin speakers

DECK & HULL EQUIPMENT
New dodger 2006,
Custom cockpit cushions
Teak pedestal mounted steering wheel with Richie compass
Pedestal mounted shift and throttle
CQR, Delta, and Danforth anchors with chain rodes.
Propane grill
Double lifelines all around
Secure SS stanchions
Bronze through hulls
Full wrap around notched cast aluminum toe rail for attaching blocks anywhere
Teak cockpit table
Molded in non-skid surface on deck
SS swim ladder
Whisker pole 12 ft.
Opening gates in life lines on each side.
Generous handholds on deck
Wide side decks and 4 inch bulwark surrounds deck for safety and an extremely secure feeling
2 large scuppers in cockpit floor
Ample opening stowage space under cockpit seats and within coaming.
Teak coaming surrounds the cockpit.
Awlgrip (2005)
Watertender 8′ dingy
Many spares

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