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1997 Hunter Passage Center Cockpit

15 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

PRICE REDUCED!!! POSSIBLE OWNER FINANCING … POSSIBLE PARTNERSHIP CONSIDERED … SEE CURRENT UTUBE VIDEOS – Click here

This boat has had lots of TLC! She is like new inside and out. We’d like to sell or work with the right people to put together a partnership. She is located in the Gulf of California/Sea of Cortez in beautiful San Carlos/Guaymas Mexico. This area is considered one of the world’s most biologically productive and diverse seas. Described by Jacques Cousteau as the world’s aquarium, the Gulf of California is home to many unique species, including the endangered vaquita (the world’s smallest porpoise) and the totoaba fish. Blue whales, fin whales, California gray whales, hammerheads, marlin, and whale sharks visit this area during their migrations. Giant Humbolt squid can be found feeding and spawning in the Gulf of California in the spring. Five of the eight species of sea turtles also spend time there. Previously called the Sea of Cortez .

We have lots and lots of photos to show you. Pleae email us at Hughes87502@Yahoo.com

Salacia’s Accommodations:
Beautiful teak and holly sole
Cherry and teak interior
Aft Master Cabin with walkaround Queen
large stand in Tub/Shower in Aft Head(master cabin)
Vacu-Flush Freshwater heads
TV w/DVD player
AM/FM/cass stereo w/CD changer and power amp
Salon cushions in excellent condition
Custom mattresses with tailored linens in both cabins
Marine Air 16000Btu in main salon, 9000Btu in aft cabin
Village Marine 350 (about 200gpd) watermaker
Galley
Corian countertops with teak fiddles
Double SS sinks
Hot/Cold pressurized water system
Freezer
Refrigerator (top and front loading)
3 burner propane gimbled stove with oven
Microwave
Salt water pump for sink

Equipment on Board:

Great Electronics and More:
Pedenstal Nav-Pod with guard and displays
Autohlem speed
Autohelm depth
Autohelm wind
Autohelm 7000 autopilot
Icom VHF radio
Raymarine 24mile radar (new 2005)
Raymarine RC70C Chartplotter
Raymarine GPS
Lighted Compass (Swung 2006)
ARC 406 EPIRB
Raymarine DSM250 Fishfinder with triducer (new 2006)
Electrical
House Batteries (New 2010)
12V start battery (New 2010)
EnTec 4kw Generator (700 hrs)
75watt alternator
Heart 20 inverter/charger
Dual 30amp shore power circuits
Link 10 Battery monitor
Deck
Lewmar 30, 2 speed ST halyard winch on port side
Lewmar 44, 2 speed ST electric halyard winch on starboard side
Lewmar 50, 2 speed ST sheet winches
All sail handling lines lead to cockpit
44lb Delta anchor with 200′ of 5/16″ chain and 100′ rode
44lb Bruce anchor with 30′ of 5/16″ chain and 200′ of rode
33lb Bruce anchor
200’ ¾” nylon rode
Electric anchor windlass w/both foredeck and remote control (new 2005)
Double lifelines with full weather cloths and lifeline netting
Custom SS Heavy duty Dinghy Davits
Garhaur OB hoist/crane
Dodger
Bimini
Complete cockpit enclosure with screen insert
Covers for all winches, opening ports and hatches, non-opening windows
Wheel and instrument pod cover
Mainsail cover/Storage system utilizes Lazy-Jacks and UK Lazy-Cradel
Small anchor
Liferaft: Switlik Rescue-Pod in canister (recertified 2006)

Sail Inventory
Full-batten main with double reef points
130% furling Genoa
90% furling Jib (new 2006)
Heavy weather storm sail (new 2006)
Cruising spinnaker with sock
Spare halyards and sheets

Hunter Passage Center Cockpit
Hunter Passage Center Cockpit
Hunter Passage Center Cockpit
Hunter Passage Center Cockpit
Hunter Passage Center Cockpit
Hunter Passage Center Cockpit
Hunter Passage Center Cockpit
Hunter Passage Center Cockpit
Hunter Passage Center Cockpit
Hunter Passage Center Cockpit
Hunter Passage Center Cockpit
Hunter Passage Center Cockpit
Hunter Passage Center Cockpit
Hunter Passage Center Cockpit
Hunter Passage Center Cockpit
Hunter Passage Center Cockpit
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