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1985 Cooper Custom One-Off

5 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

This Custom-built cruiser is currently berthed in Bocas del Toro, Panama, and will sail for the Cayman Islands in November.

All systems have been professionally maintained. The Volvo engine was recently overhauled. All electronic equipment is less than three years old.

Equipment on Board:

Hydraulic steering above and below deck; Teak deck; 55 ft deck-stepped aluminum mast; four yr old standing and running rigging; Schaefer Roller furling head sail; Removable second headstay; Slab-reefed main (4 years old); Cruising spinnaker (new); 140 Genoa (new); storm jib (seldom used); 110 jib; 95 jib; whisker pole working jib; Maxwell H3 electric windlass w 330 ft 5/16″ chain w 600 ft 7/8″ dbl braid anchor rode; 40# Bruce anchor; 2 45#CQR anchors; Fortress Anchor; 9 Ft Achilles dinghy; 8hp 2-stroke Yamaha; 6 person Revere liferaft; full sun awning; bimini; 200w PV panels with solarboost regulator; DuoGen wind/water generator; Hydrovane steering vane; Furuno 24 mile radar; sea anchor; Force 10 range/oven; Double sink in galley; Adler/Barber Refer/Freezer; AIS; McMurdo 406 EPIRB; Sea-breeze dive gear; 10 gal hot water tank; Autohelm ST3000 autopilot; Autohelm tridata depth sounder and speed log; Furuno NavNet III Radar/Chartplotter and heading sensor; Furuno GPS; Icom 802 MF/HF Transceiver; Icom 304 VHF Transceiver

Cooper Custom One-Off
Cooper Custom One-Off
Cooper Custom One-Off
Cooper Custom One-Off
Cooper Custom One-Off
Cooper Custom One-Off
Cooper Custom One-Off
Cooper Custom One-Off
Cooper Custom One-Off
Cooper Custom One-Off
Cooper Custom One-Off
Cooper Custom One-Off
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