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1982 Soverel Cutter

5 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

Accommodations
The interior has a warm nautical feel with varnished joinery trim, white bulkheads, solid wood doors, white headliner and beautiful parquet sole. There is 6’2” headroom in the salon and 6′ in the forward cabin. Beginning forward there is a large double v-berth with water tank and sail storage beneath. To port there is a dressing seat and storage lockers with additional storage space to starboard. The forward cabin has a privacy door and a separate door leading into the head compartment which is situated just aft of the cabin to port. The head is furnished with a manual marine toilet, vanity with sink, mirror, shower, molded floor pan and storage cabinet outboard. A second head door opens to the salon. A large hanging locker is located opposite the head to starboard. The salon is furnished with a U-shaped settee to port and a straight settee to starboard. The port settee converts to a double berth when needed. A beautifully varnished pedestal table with drops leaves is mounted on the centerline. There is considerable storage space below and outboard of both settees with additional cabinet space above. The galley is located further aft to starboard and is well equipped for cruising and living aboard. See galley details in section below. The navigation station is situated opposite the galley to port and features a forward facing chart table with storage below and electrical panels outboard. A large quarter berth is located aft of the chart table which doubles as the navigators seat. The sturdy companionway is on centerline with removable steps and panels allowing good access to the engine compartment. Three large deck hatches and ten opening ports provide excellent natural light and ventilation. All deck hatches have custom-made screens. The layout is ideal for a couple with a small family with berthing for up to six people and one head.

Equipment on Board:

4-burner propane stove w/oven
Technautics 12 Volt air-cooled refrigeration
freezer refrigerator
Raymarine ST6002 auto pilot – 2007
Raymarine ST60 depth sounder- 2010
Garmin 48 GPS at nav. station
Garmin 12 handheld GPS
Furuno 1621 radar
Gimballed backstay radar mount
Ritchie compass
Icom M422 VHF radio
Icom M710 SSG radio
Icom AT120 SSB tuner
Clarion CD/AM/FM stereo (Sirius sat. ready)
Sanyo 20′ flatscreen TV
DVD player
12 Volt DC breaker panel
(2)8D Lifeline AGM house batteries – 2008
(1)GR27 West Marine AGM engine battery – 2009
Kyocera 210 watt solar panel – 2009
Blue Sky solar charge controller – 2009
Fourwinds II wind generator
Fresh water pressure pump
Salt water wash down pump
Bilge pump w/auto. float switch
LED Cabin lights
LED anchor light
Running lights
120 Volt 30 amp AC breaker panel
120 Volt 30 amp shore power cord
Honda 2KW portable gas generator – 2006
Xantrex 40 amp 3-stage battery charger
700 watt West Marine inverter
AC cabin outlets
Seaward 6 gallon water heater
Yanmar 55 hp. 4JH3 engine – 1999
New motor mounts – 2007
55 amp engine alternator
3-blade bronze propeller
Racor fuel filter
Cockpit engine panel
PUR Survivor 35 1.25gph water maker
Modified full keel
Encapsulated lead ballast
Skeg rudder
New antifouling paint – 2011
New Awlcraft hull topside paint – 2010
New Awlcraft deck paint – 2010
Sea Tiger manual windlass
(3)Deck hatches w/custom screens
(10)Opening ports
Custom fiberglass spray dodger
Full enclosure clear cockpit curtains – Dec. 2008
Cockpit cushions
Folding teak cockpit table
(2)Cockpit lockers
Propane locker on aft deck
Custom stainless dinghy davits
Mast stepped on keel
Whisker pole stowed on mast
(2)Lewmar ST44 primary winches
(4)Lewmar 30 secondary winches
(2)Lewmar 30 mast winches
Mainsail with 1/2 battens and 3 reef pts.
110% jib on furler
Yankee
Light weight jib
Hank-on staysail
Second hank-on staysail
10′ Caribe RIB dinghy – 1993
15 hp. Johnson outboard –
66# Bruce anchor w/180′ chain & 200′ rode
35# Delta anchor w/100′ chain & 150 rode
25# Fortress anchor
(2)20# Fiberglass propane tanks new 2011
Kuma propane BBQ grill (removable)
Lifesling MOB
EPIRB
(4)PFD’s
Flares

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