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1980 Island Trader Island Trader 37

16 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

Own a beautiful, classic cruising yacht, complete with modern conveniences such as bow thruster, air conditioning, bimini, windlass and more. This salty blue-water cruising ketch will turn heads in any port. Her rugged fiberglass hull has been described as “bullet proof” by around-the-world cruisers. Her 12’ beam and full length keel provide a spacious cabin and cockpit. This is an ideal family boat and one that is great for entertaining. Her varnished teak rails and interior add an elegant touch and recall the olden days of classic sailboats. This Island Trader 37 “Beagle”has been rebuilt from the keel up. “Beagle” is a pleasure to sail with a variety of sail options. Comes with two sets of sails in great condition.

Equipment on Board:

1990 Yanmar 3QM30F, 30hp, diesel
Prop: 3-blade
Flexible shaft coupling in 2010
Cutlass bearing in 2010
Fuel: 2 new poly tanks
35 gal. & 17 gal. = 52 gal.
Water: 135 gallons in 2 stainless steel tanks located in bilge.
Hot Water: New 12/120 six-gallon water heater
Holding Tank: New 30-gallon poly tank

Main Salon:
Teak paneled ceiling, teak cabinetry, teak & holly cabin sole
Hanging brass oil lamp over dining table
Two 12-volt fans
Four large brass opening ports
Two skylights (one in salon, one in stateroom)
Twenty-six storage compartments
Electric refrigerator: Adler Barbour 120/12volt unit
Fresh Water Pump: Shurflo, new in 2009
Water Heater: 6 gallon, new in 2010, stainless steel/aluminum tank
Stove: Force 10 2-burner w/oven, propane – new in 1990

Enclosed head/shower with Raritan PH11 manual head unit

Sails and Rigging:
All halyards and sheets lead aft
Cruising Sails (tan, by Wolfe Sails of Topeka, KS, new in 2000, excellent condition)
Genoa Jib: 120% w/foam luff & green Sunbrella strip for sun protection on luff
Main: 9oz. Dacron w/full battens
Mizzen: 90z. Dacron w/full battens
Additional set of cruising sails but not with full battens, white Dacron, good condition
Dutchman sail furling systems for main and mizzen, new 9/2000
New lines in 2011

Sail Covers:
Main cover: green Sunbrella, new 9/2000
Mizzen cover: green Sunbrella, new 9/2000
Wire stainless steel standing rigging, replaced in 1990
Roller Furling Jib:
Harken system w/furling lines running to cockpit, new in 1997

New main and mizzen aluminum spars replacing wood spars, new in 1990.
Mainsheet Traveler
On top of deckhouse.
Main Halyard Winch: #16 stainless steel by Custom Yachts.
Mizzen Halyard Winch: #10 by Custom Yachts
Jib Sheet Winches (2): #16 stainless steel units by Custom Yachts
Stereo AM/FM/Cassette JVC, Spectrum 6X2350S
VHF Radio: Standard Horizon w/remote cockpit mike and mizzen-mounted horn/hailer speaker, new in 2004
Depth Sounder/Speed Indicator: Standard Horizon unit, new in 2004
Cockpit Instrumentation: all new
GPS: Garmin 546, new in 2010
Galvanic Isolator: 30amp, new in 2011
Cabin Fans: Two 12-volt fans
TV: Flat screen 19”, new in 2010
Microwave: 900 watt
Electrical Systems:
Batteries: Starting & House – two combination starting/deep cycle, new in 2010
Bow Thruster: Optima, new in 2010
Automatic battery charger
Inverter, 900 watt, new in 2011
Electric control panels: 12-volt\120-volt, new in 2010
Battery parallel master switch: Perko
Dockside cable: 50’ yellow cable
Spreader lights
Navigation lights
Interior cabin lights
Mechanical Equipment:
Marine Air A/C unit
Bilge Pumps: forward is Rule 800gph, rear is Rule 1800gph
Bilge Pump Manual located under cabin sole
Emergency Tiller
Brass Binnacle w/Compass
Manual Wheel Steering
Auto Pilot
Windlass: Lofrans manual unit, new in 2010
Davits: stainless

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