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1985 Brewer 12.8

19 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

Two companionways go below from the cockpit. The forward companionway leads down into the saloon. Immediately to port is a U shaped galley. Forward of the galley in the saloon is a U shaped settee with drop leaf table. Opposite, on the starboard side of the saloon is a straight settee. Aft of the starboard settee at the foot of the companionway ladder is a proper forward facing nav station.

A walkthrough aft of the nav station leads past the engine room doors to the owner’s stateroom aft with a queen size berth athwartships. The owner’s head is to port and forward.

Forward from the saloon to port is the day/guest head. The guest stateroom is the vee berth.

Square cornered settees give plenty of spaces to lean back, put your feet up and read a book or watch TV
Straight settees make secure, comfortable sea berths for long passages
New saloon cushions – fabric and upholstery NEW 2010! (extra material available)
Lots of opening hatches and opening ports for light and ventilation
Screens for all opening hatches, portlights and companionways
6 cabin fans
Ample storage spaces throughout the boat for comfortable living aboard for extended periods
Queen berth in large, private owner’s suite aft
Lots of storage in the owner’s suite
Companionway directly from the owner’s suite to the cockpit great for ventilation, quick assistance, access to the head from the cockpit
Comfortable, private vee berth for guests
Berths for 7 – owners double aft, VIP double forward, saloon converts to a double and a single

Equipment on Board:

Bimini with full enclosure – NEW 2010!
Custom stainless steel dinghy davits
Stainless steel OB motor crane
Mosquito netting over bimini
Fresh water shower in cockpit
Custom removable folding cockpit table
Maxwell 1000 vertical electric up/down windlass – NEW 2006 with gearbox NEW 2011!
55# Delta anchor with 150′ 3/8″ HT chain rode
37# Danforth anchor with 20′ 3/8″ HT chain and 150′ 3/4″ 3 strand nylon rope rode – rope NEW 2010!
Saltwater washdown – NEW 2010!
Viking 6 person liferaft in canister mounted in deck cradle (needs recertification)

Electronics
West Marine DSC VHF mounted in aft companionway within reach of helm
Apelco VHF at nav station
Datamarine boat speed, depth, wind speed, wind direction
Raytheon ST6000 autopilot
Raytheon R20X crt 24 nm radar at nav station
ICOM M600 HF/SSB radio with AT120 automatic tuner
JVC stereo with cockpit, aft and forward speakers
Amplified TV antenna mounted on mast

Sails & Rigging
Harken mainsail roller furler – NEW 2008!
Sailmaster main sail – NEW 2008!
Schaeffer headsail roller furler – NEW 2004!
Sailmaster 135% genoa – NEW 2010!
Profurl staysail roller furler – NEW 1997!
Standing rigging – NEW 2005!
Staysail
Lewmar 52 self tailing primary winches
Lewmar 30 self tailing staysail winches
Boom vang

Engine & Mechanical
Yanmar 76 hp 4JH2TE – NEW 1999
Dual Racor fuel filters with valves for parallel or series
Electric oil change pump permanently installed
Full engine access
Workbench and tool storage in aft passage opposite engine room door
Baja fuel filter
Manual bilge pump – NEW 2007!
6 gal. water heater – NEW 2007!
12,000 btu air conditioner
Force 10 Propane cabin heater
Village Marine 6 gal/hr watermaker

Electrical
Hehr 150 amp alternator
Balmar 3 stage voltage regulator
4 6 volt gel batteries in 360 ah house bank – NEW 2010!
1 12 volt gel start battery
2500 watt Trace inverter with 100 amp charger
Guest 35 amp charger

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