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  1. 1981 Aloha 34

    November 30, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    “Themistocles” is a great example of this popular Ted Brewer design built by Ouyang Boat Works in Ontario.

    Several of these vessels have made notable offshore passages. This one just spent the summer circumnavigating Vancouver Island!

    Asking just $39,900!!! Get it now for a steal of a deal!

    Her best features are solid construction, huge functional interior with headroom seldom seen in a vessel of this length (6’7″)! Good sailing performance and manners, and a rudder that is protected by a full skeg – plus she has just received a new Harken furling gear and a BRAND new 135% headsail that has never been used.

    LOA: 34 ft 0 in
    Beam: 11 ft 2 in
    Maximum Draft: 5 ft 6 in
    Displacement: 13600lbs
    Fuel: 25gal
    Water: 60gal
    Cruises at 6.2kts under power

    Themistocles is well outfitted:
    – Universal 3cyl diesel
    – 12/110 refrigeration
    – Lewmar electric windlass
    – Three burner propane stove
    – Cabin speakers
    – Uniden VHF
    – Phoenix diesel heater
    – Swim ladder
    – 230AH house battery bank and separate starting battery
    – Xantrex 20 Amp Charger
    – Recently serviced fire extinguishers
    – Cockpit table
    – Foredeck light
    – Bus Heater (engine coolant)
    – Bulkhead mounted (in head) 6 gal Bosch propane water heater
    – Manual head with holding tank – Macerator pump with option for overboard discharge
    – 3 blade ‘Campbell Sailer’ prop
    – Simrad autopilot
    – Spotlight
    – 10.4″ Furuno chart plotter and 36nm radar
    – Electronic charts for all around Vancouver Island
    – CQR 30lb anchor with 150′ of chain and 150′ of rode
    – Newer Dodger and Bimini
    – New bottom paint in October 2012 (about to be done)

    Comes with three BRAND NEW West Marine offshore auto inflatable lifejackets.

    This is the perfect vessel for a couple or family. Can easily be sailed and docked by two. Can sleep up to 6 people!

    Equipment on Board:


  2. 1984 Aloha Aloha

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Joss, is a well sorted out yacht for racing or cruising, recently upgraded with a furling genoa. We still enjoy sailing her with the previous owner who bought her in 1986.

    Our new boat has arrived and we must sell!

    All systems are ready to give you a full season of pleasure on the water.

    The Aloha 8.2 incorporates a skeg, en essential often missing on yachts of this size, to add strength to the rudder. Both are placed well aft. Her moderate fin keel assures good tracking.

    The Aloha 8.2 makes good use of the waterline to turn in an impressive performance
    on any tack, in any weather. To compliment hull speed, we’ve selected a fractional rig to allow for the maximum performance with a minimum sail inventory. The fractional rig also makes the 8.2 easy to control, so you can relax and enjoy the spirited sailing.

    Below decks you’ll find a warm, welcoming layout spacious enough to satisfy those couples with longer coastal or inland cruises in mind. The galley is purposeful with plenty of stowage.

    Aft to starboard you’ll find the navigation station, another feature often left out on other 27’s. The port settee is curved to form a more comfortable conversation area around the bulkhead-mounted table. When not in use, the table folds up, out of the way.

    Fine hardwoods prevail throughout, from shelving and cabinetry right down to the teak and holly cabin sole. And, the Aloha 8.2 offers full headroom in the main saloon as well as
    into the forward V-berth. The forward berth is private and roomy for a captain and mate. Two guests can be comfortably accommodated on the pull-out settee in the main saloon.

    Equipment on Board:

    Electronics and Navigation:
    Autohelm Tiller Pilot
    Autohelm (Raymarine) tri-data speed, depth, temp.
    Autohelm (Raymarine) wind machine
    Icom VHF
    Raymarine GPS
    2 Batteries

    On Deck:
    Tiller steering
    Stern & bow pulpit w/ double lifelines
    4 winches – two upgraded Barient 16 on coach house
    All lines lead to cockpit – two new haylards
    Swim ladder
    Force 10 bbq

    Below Decks:
    Bilge blower
    Manual & electric bilge pumps
    Marine head w/ holding tank 7yrs new.
    Teak & holly cabin sole
    Chart table
    Top of the line teak interior
    Safety Equipment and Extras
    Anchor & 100’ rode
    Various fenders & dock lines
    2 life jackets
    Radar reflector – new L.E.D. anchor light on top of the mast!
    Life ring
    Steel cradle


  3. 1984 Aloha A32 Forward salon

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Very nice shape. Hauled in 2009. Set up for single-hander and cruising. Tons of new and almosat new equipment.

    Equipment on Board:

    AB refrigeration, Garmin 492 GPS/Map, Icom VHF, Autohelm 4000, Icom M700 SSB, 100 amp alt. two 130w solar panels, smart regulator, four golf cart batteries (420 amps)Leward 1000 free fall windlass. Pressure water and heater. Lazy jacks. Much, much more


  4. 1979 aloha aloha 28

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    I’m selling my sailboat. This has been a great boat, the only reason for sale is that I’m moving up to something bigger.
    You can find all the detail information on the following web address

    http://www.riorugby.com.br/docs/

    Here is a short equipment list

    Builder/Designer

    Builder: Aloha
    Designer: Ted Brewer

    Dimensions
    LOA: 28′
    LWL: 24′ 6″
    Beam: 9′ 5″
    Draft: 4′ 4″

    Engine
    Engine(s): Diesel
    Engine(s) HP: 13
    Engine Model: Volvo MD7a
    Saildrive: Volvo 110
    Boatsafe 750W engine compartment heater

    Tankage
    Fuel: 12 Gal.
    Holding: 30 Gal.
    Water: 40 Gal.

    Accommodations
    15 inch LCD TV
    LED lights on cabin
    HOT and COLD pressure water both head and galley
    Fireplace (diesel)
    Tank watch (holding tank monitor)
    Cockpit cushions (NEW)
    Cabin V-berth cushions (NEW)
    Teak and Holly sole

    Sails and Rigging
    Mainsail cover
    Profurl
    Genoa 150%
    Genoa 135%
    Drifter
    Main
    Windvane self-steering

    Electronics
    GPS handheld
    Autohelm ST1000
    Raymarine bidata Depth Speed and Log
    VHF Radio
    CD player
    Davis weather station wind speed/direction/temperature
    Blue system battery monitor
    1500W inverter

    Electrical
    Shorepower 30 amp
    Completely re-wired both DC and AC
    4 GFC outlet AC
    Batteries (deep cycle x2)
    1500W inverter

    Safety and Additional Gear
    First aid kit
    Fire extingusher x2
    Lifejackets
    Life ring
    MOB system

    Galley
    BBQ (charcoal)
    3 burner diesel stove and oven
    Novalkool ice box fridge and freezer
    Hot and cold pressure water

    Mechanical & Accessories
    Barometer/clock/termometer
    Gimbaled kerosene lamp
    Dodger
    Cradle
    Survey 2007
    Fenders
    2 anchors w/ 30′ chain and 150′ rode
    Electric bilge pump
    Manual bilge pump

    Equipment on Board:

    http://www.riorugby.com.br/docs/

    complete listing detail


  5. 1984 Aloha Aloha

    October 17, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Joss, is a well sorted out yacht for racing or cruising, recently upgraded with a furling genoa. We still enjoy sailing her with the previous owner who bought her in 1986.

    Our new boat has arrived and we must sell!

    All systems are ready to give you a full season of pleasure on the water.

    The Aloha 8.2 incorporates a skeg, en essential often missing on yachts of this size, to add strength to the rudder. Both are placed well aft. Her moderate fin keel assures good tracking.

    The Aloha 8.2 makes good use of the waterline to turn in an impressive performance
    on any tack, in any weather. To compliment hull speed, we’ve selected a fractional rig to allow for the maximum performance with a minimum sail inventory. The fractional rig also makes the 8.2 easy to control, so you can relax and enjoy the spirited sailing.

    Below decks you’ll find a warm, welcoming layout spacious enough to satisfy those couples with longer coastal or inland cruises in mind. The galley is purposeful with plenty of stowage.

    Aft to starboard you’ll find the navigation station, another feature often left out on other 27’s. The port settee is curved to form a more comfortable conversation area around the bulkhead-mounted table. When not in use, the table folds up, out of the way.

    Fine hardwoods prevail throughout, from shelving and cabinetry right down to the teak and holly cabin sole. And, the Aloha 8.2 offers full headroom in the main saloon as well as
    into the forward V-berth. The forward berth is private and roomy for a captain and mate. Two guests can be comfortably accommodated on the pull-out settee in the main saloon.

    Equipment on Board:

    Electronics and Navigation:
    Autohelm Tiller Pilot
    Autohelm (Raymarine) tri-data speed, depth, temp.
    Autohelm (Raymarine) wind machine
    Icom VHF
    Raymarine GPS
    2 Batteries

    On Deck:
    Tiller steering
    Stern & bow pulpit w/ double lifelines
    4 winches – two upgraded Barient 16 on coach house
    All lines lead to cockpit – two new haylards
    Swim ladder
    Force 10 bbq

    Below Decks:
    Bilge blower
    Manual & electric bilge pumps
    Marine head w/ holding tank 7yrs new.
    Teak & holly cabin sole
    Chart table
    Top of the line teak interior
    Safety Equipment and Extras
    Anchor & 100’ rode
    Various fenders & dock lines
    2 life jackets
    Radar reflector – new L.E.D. anchor light on top of the mast!
    Life ring
    Steel cradle


  6. 1984 Aloha A32 Forward salon

    October 16, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Very nice shape. Hauled in 2009. Set up for single-hander and cruising. Tons of new and almosat new equipment.

    Equipment on Board:

    AB refrigeration, Garmin 492 GPS/Map, Icom VHF, Autohelm 4000, Icom M700 SSB, 100 amp alt. two 130w solar panels, smart regulator, four golf cart batteries (420 amps)Leward 1000 free fall windlass. Pressure water and heater. Lazy jacks. Much, much more


  7. 1979 aloha aloha 28

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    I’m selling my sailboat. This has been a great boat, the only reason for sale is that I’m moving up to something bigger.
    You can find all the detail information on the following web address

    http://www.riorugby.com.br/docs/

    Here is a short equipment list

    Builder/Designer

    Builder: Aloha
    Designer: Ted Brewer

    Dimensions
    LOA: 28′
    LWL: 24′ 6″
    Beam: 9′ 5″
    Draft: 4′ 4″

    Engine
    Engine(s): Diesel
    Engine(s) HP: 13
    Engine Model: Volvo MD7a
    Saildrive: Volvo 110
    Boatsafe 750W engine compartment heater

    Tankage
    Fuel: 12 Gal.
    Holding: 30 Gal.
    Water: 40 Gal.

    Accommodations
    15 inch LCD TV
    LED lights on cabin
    HOT and COLD pressure water both head and galley
    Fireplace (diesel)
    Tank watch (holding tank monitor)
    Cockpit cushions (NEW)
    Cabin V-berth cushions (NEW)
    Teak and Holly sole

    Sails and Rigging
    Mainsail cover
    Profurl
    Genoa 150%
    Genoa 135%
    Drifter
    Main
    Windvane self-steering

    Electronics
    GPS handheld
    Autohelm ST1000
    Raymarine bidata Depth Speed and Log
    VHF Radio
    CD player
    Davis weather station wind speed/direction/temperature
    Blue system battery monitor
    1500W inverter

    Electrical
    Shorepower 30 amp
    Completely re-wired both DC and AC
    4 GFC outlet AC
    Batteries (deep cycle x2)
    1500W inverter

    Safety and Additional Gear
    First aid kit
    Fire extingusher x2
    Lifejackets
    Life ring
    MOB system

    Galley
    BBQ (charcoal)
    3 burner diesel stove and oven
    Novalkool ice box fridge and freezer
    Hot and cold pressure water

    Mechanical & Accessories
    Barometer/clock/termometer
    Gimbaled kerosene lamp
    Dodger
    Cradle
    Survey 2007
    Fenders
    2 anchors w/ 30′ chain and 150′ rode
    Electric bilge pump
    Manual bilge pump

    Equipment on Board:

    http://www.riorugby.com.br/docs/

    complete listing detail


  8. 1984 Aloha A32 Forward salon

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Very nice shape. Hauled in 2009. Set up for single-hander and cruising. Tons of new and almosat new equipment.

    Equipment on Board:

    AB refrigeration, Garmin 492 GPS/Map, Icom VHF, Autohelm 4000, Icom M700 SSB, 100 amp alt. two 130w solar panels, smart regulator, four golf cart batteries (420 amps)Leward 1000 free fall windlass. Pressure water and heater. Lazy jacks. Much, much more


  9. Aloha

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    27 ft. Aloha, Great live aboard. We live on it now. Fully functional, everything works. E-mail for more details and pics. SERIOUS ONLY!

    Equipment on Board:


  10. 1979 aloha aloha 28

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    I’m selling my sailboat. This has been a great boat, the only reason for sale is that I’m moving up to something bigger.
    You can find all the detail information on the following web address

    http://www.riorugby.com.br/docs/

    Here is a short equipment list

    Builder/Designer

    Builder: Aloha
    Designer: Ted Brewer

    Dimensions
    LOA: 28′
    LWL: 24′ 6″
    Beam: 9′ 5″
    Draft: 4′ 4″

    Engine
    Engine(s): Diesel
    Engine(s) HP: 13
    Engine Model: Volvo MD7a
    Saildrive: Volvo 110
    Boatsafe 750W engine compartment heater

    Tankage
    Fuel: 12 Gal.
    Holding: 30 Gal.
    Water: 40 Gal.

    Accommodations
    15 inch LCD TV
    LED lights on cabin
    HOT and COLD pressure water both head and galley
    Fireplace (diesel)
    Tank watch (holding tank monitor)
    Cockpit cushions (NEW)
    Cabin V-berth cushions (NEW)
    Teak and Holly sole

    Sails and Rigging
    Mainsail cover
    Profurl
    Genoa 150%
    Genoa 135%
    Drifter
    Main
    Windvane self-steering

    Electronics
    GPS handheld
    Autohelm ST1000
    Raymarine bidata Depth Speed and Log
    VHF Radio
    CD player
    Davis weather station wind speed/direction/temperature
    Blue system battery monitor
    1500W inverter

    Electrical
    Shorepower 30 amp
    Completely re-wired both DC and AC
    4 GFC outlet AC
    Batteries (deep cycle x2)
    1500W inverter

    Safety and Additional Gear
    First aid kit
    Fire extingusher x2
    Lifejackets
    Life ring
    MOB system

    Galley
    BBQ (charcoal)
    3 burner diesel stove and oven
    Novalkool ice box fridge and freezer
    Hot and cold pressure water

    Mechanical & Accessories
    Barometer/clock/termometer
    Gimbaled kerosene lamp
    Dodger
    Cradle
    Survey 2007
    Fenders
    2 anchors w/ 30′ chain and 150′ rode
    Electric bilge pump
    Manual bilge pump

    Equipment on Board:

    http://www.riorugby.com.br/docs/

    complete listing detail