1989 Custom – Holland Marine Design Offshore 70 Explorer

Added 6 October, 2011

About this Sailboat:

70 ft. (LWL) heavy steel pilothouse motor sailor (cutter rig) (1989). Designed by Holland Marine and built in Alameda, CA. Exceptionally strong, reliable, safe, comfortable and economical. ½ inch thick steel collision bulkheads in the bow and stern. This is a U.S. Documented vessel with coastwise trade privileges (charters OK). Full complement of safety equipment with 8-man Avon offshore life raft with EPRIB. 14 ft. Aluminum shore boat with Honda.

Equipment on Board:

Commercial grade electronics and systems. Top of the line Furuno Electronics; 3-Icom VHF radios, Icom SSB and tuner, Cobra SSB and 500 watt linear amp, 2-Furuno 48 mile radars, 2-Furuno Weather Fax machines, Hi-Gain WiFi system, Commercial Furuno autopilot, Iridium Satellite Phone and com system. Furuno Nav-Net, Furuno GPS chart plotter. Standard Horizon VHF, PA-Hailer, Village Marine water-maker (2007). Walk-in engine room with shop area, stand-up rollaway tool box, drill press, 2 welders. Low hour industrial duty Cummins 6-cylinder main engine (275 hp. @ 1,400 rpm) with Twin Disc transmission, 8 KW Cummins Gen-set (with new backup 3.5 KW diesel Gen-Set), Heavy duty Braden 18,000 pound hydraulic anchor winch with 250 feet of ½” Acco G-4 chain and 150 pound Bruce anchor.


Custom - Holland Marine Design Offshore 70 Explorer
Custom - Holland Marine Design Offshore 70 Explorer
Custom - Holland Marine Design Offshore 70 Explorer
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