About this Sailboat:
Thinking of rugged blue water cruising, including high latitudes? “Kuan Yin” has been totally refitted and fully outfitted for sailing in Newfoundland and Labrador. No effort or expense was spared in preparing her for these tough conditions. But I’m at the end of my cruising these waters and motivated to sell. Make an offer. Ask any questions. Everything on board is included.
Equipment on Board:
new Furuno Navtex (2012) new Bushing engine mounts (2012) new Teleflex cables (2012) new 500 feet 5/8″ braided nylon line (2012) new aluminum rope reel on deck (2012) new 1/2″ Jabsco raw water pump 1 complete pump as spare impellers, bearings and gasket as spares (2012) new InterState batteries (3 x 110-amp house 1 x 850 CCA starting battery (2012) new electric bilge pump (small) (2012) new Hurth ZF12M Transmission (2011) new SPOT GPS messenger (2011) new Furuno Radar 1715 (2011) new Sirius satellite radio (2011) new stainless steel lifelines (2011) new Morningstar solar regulator & remote display (2011) 163 gph Racor fuel filter installed (2011) 1 spare new Sardine Navigator porcelain enamel woodstove (2010) new Icom M802 HF radio (2010) new Icom DVHF radio (2010) new AIS Transponder Class B (2010) new Rutland 913 wind generator & regulator (2010) new marine grade wiring in both masts (2010) new mast steps on both masts (2010) rebuilt 85-amp alternator (2010) new 2000 GPH bilge pump (2010) 2 x Henderson Mk V manual bilge pumps (2010) new Acer notebook computer (with C-map) (2010) 2 x Harken large stainless snap shackles (2010) new Survial Suit (2010) new Force 10 2-burner propane stove with oven & broiler (2009) new BEP 20 x circuit breaker panel with 2 x 6 fuse side panels (2009) new BEP 2 battery bank digital monitor new Raymarine E120 chartplotter (2009) new Alado roller-furler (2009) new 120% genoa thriple-stitched 8 oz (2009) new Suzuki 2.5 4-stroke outboard engine (2009) (barely used) new 3-phase smart battery charger (2009) new smart starting battery charge controller (2009) new masthead lights (2009) new Lavac toilet (2009) 8″ dial 2 ball metal ship’s magnetic compass 14″ DHR brass anchor lamp with Fresnel lense Astro IIIB sextant antique clockwork Barograph clockwork chiming ship’s bell clock (works but needs attention) Simplex kettle pressure cooker and stainless steel cooking pot 6 place settings – plates etc Ipod with speaker/radio new large inverter (never used) (2009) new 400-watt inverter (2009) 2 x aluminum 20lb propane tanks (recertified 2008) Boatex 8-foot fibreglass dinghy mast & sail kit,oars 2 x wooden hatches rebuilt (2009) Centre hatch new Lexan (2009) Boat totally rewired with 12AWG marine grade wire (2008) boat replumbed with salt and fresh water foot pumps (2008) 5 x halogen reading lights 4 incandescent lamps (2 also have red bulbs) new 24 yards of Sunbrella cloth – enough for genoa sacrificial cloth, mainsail, mizzen and staysail covers necessary zips and hardware. sails 120% 8oz triple-stiched genoa, new 2009 genoa no2 jib staysail mainsail with two reefs in good condition mizzen with one reef in good condition motor: 40 hp Isuzu diesel engine , approx. 2500 hours, runs well 225 litres diesel tanks (2) 1 x 163 GPH primary Racor fuel filter 1 x commercial-sized Baja triple diesel fuel filter ground tackle 65 metres chain Simpson-Lawrence manual windlass – serviced and new backing block through-deck bolted 2011 2 x 44lb Bruce anchors 1 x Danforth anchor 1 x collapsible Fisherman’s Anchor 300 feet 5/8″ braided nylon rope 250 feet 25 feet chain 5/8″ nylon rope 1 x 30 lbs? anchor “kellet” or “angel”. full set of tools and manuals