1987 Freedom 30

Added 19 October, 2012

About this Sailboat:

The Freedom 30 set the standard for simple, effortless sailing. All lines lead aft. The main and jib are self-tacking. Lazy jacks eliminate the need to flake the main. With a free standing carbon-fiber mast, there is no standing rigging to get in your way when moving around the deck. Built in the highly respected Tillotson-Pearson, Inc (TPI) boatyard, its composite construction makes the Freedom 30 an excellent performer in light winds. The interior of the Freedom 30 is hand-crafted with ash battened hullsides, teak and holly sole and a fold-down dining table. When not being used, the table folds against a bulkhead providing a very open and spacious salon. The V-berth is 7” at the shoulder and 6”6” in length. The aft cabin has a 6’6” long double berth that is 6’ at the shoulder. Both cabins have hanging lockers. The galley is equipped with a two burner range and oven, large cutting board, ice box and pressurized hot and cold water.
Uncork’T is a two owner boat that was built in 1987 and has spent its entire life in fresh water. Upgrades include all new canvas in 2009, Raymarine autopilot in 2010, custom winter cover in 2007, new headliner in 2011, cockpit cushions by C-cushions in 2007 and Xantrex dual battery charger in 2007.

Equipment on Board:

Raymarine Autopilot, Magellan 172C GPS/Color Plotter, Datamarine Link instruments, Standard VHF, new canvas (dodger, bimini, sail covers, helm cover and life sling cover), custom winter cover, cockpit cushions, folding cockpit table, Magma grill, Xantrex charger, Yanmar 18 HP diesel, 7.5 kg Bruce Primary anchor, Delta secondary anchor, Seaworthy dinghy

Freedom 30
Freedom 30
Freedom 30
Freedom 30
Freedom 30
Freedom 30
Freedom 30
Freedom 30
Freedom 30
Freedom 30
Freedom 30
Freedom 30
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