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  1. 1982 CE Ryder Southern Cross

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Beginning forward is the master stateroom with a Vberth and two closets, following aft is the Main Salon with a single settee to port, locker storage under and outboard. On the starboard is a L-shaped settee with a dining table in the center. There is ample locker storage under and outboard settees, and in shelves above. Next aft is a U-shaped GALLEY followed by the navigation station . There is an aft facing chartable with bench seating and ample storage and instrument installation. On the port side is the Head with separate shower stall. Aft (port) is the guest cabin with double berth, storage under hanging locker and drawer storage. Included are stereo with cockpit and cabin speakers. If interested come see two southern cross 39s both for sale at the same marina (at time of writing11/29.

    Equipment on Board:

    Radar
    GPS – Garmin Chart plotter
    RayMarine below deck Auto Pilot
    Monitor Windvane
    2 VHF Radios
    EPIRB
    Life Raft
    Windlas


  2. 1976 CE Ryder Sea Sprite

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This classic sea sprite has alot of soul and can handle some serious blows. I’ve had her for two years, sailed her often, and even took her on a 700nm voyage from New London to Gloucester to Ptown to New Bedford and back. For a small boat that is cheap to maintain, she cannot be beat. She has a small cabin ideal for camping and a full keel ideal for those extra breezy days when everyone else stays ashore. She has two mainsails and three jibs, each of varying size so you have lots of options when the wind can’t make up its mind. Or, when the wind just gives up completely she has a great 6hp 4-stroke outboard that can push her to 6 knots. If the spray is kicking a bit she also has a dodger to help keep you dry. Included in the price is a deep-cycle battery which powers the lighting, built-in VHF, and the very convenient auto-helm. Also included, is her mooring at Old Lyme Dock Co until the end of the season.

    She is now listed at $6000 but I am accepting all offers as I need to sell her by the end of next month. Bittersweetly, I am selling her to gain some extra capital for a business that I am starting. If you’re willing to take good care of her, I’m willing to negotiate.

    Equipment on Board:

    Boat, Sails (2 mains, 3 headsails), sailbags, salicover, dodger and frame, danforth anchor chain and rode, fenders, fender-board, docklines, compass, assorted inventory to be reviewed onboard.
    Nissan 6hp 4-stroke outboard (new 5/2005), Fuel tank and line.
    Auto Pilot, VHF Radio and Antenna and Deep-cycle battery.
    5 Jackstands for winter storage.
    Old Lyme Mooring until the end of the season.


  3. 1982 CE Ryder Southern Cross

    October 16, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Blue water cruiser. Southern Cross, a well known manufacturer in Bristol, RI, was built to last. Rugged, Safe, and ready to fulfill the anyone’s cruising dreams.

    Vessel walk-through:

    Beginning forward is the master stateroom with a Vberth and two closets, following aft is the Main Salon with a single settee to port, locker storage under and outboard. On the starboard is a L-shaped settee with a dining table in the center. There is ample locker storage under and outboard settees, and in shelves above. Next aft is a U-shaped GALLEY followed by the navigation station . There is an aft facing chartable with bench seating and ample storage and instrument installation. On the port side is the Head with separate shower stall. Aft (port) is the guest cabin with double berth, storage under hanging locker and drawer storage. Included are stereo with cockpit and cabin speakers.
    Equipment
    Radar
    GPS – Garmin Chart plotter
    RayMarine below deck Auto Pilot
    Monitor Windvane
    2 VHF Radios
    EPIRB
    Life Raft
    Windlas

    Highlights
    Head with ample locker storage. Separate enclosed shower area with curtain.
    Interior is finished in teak and ash

    Type, Sail, cruising, Aft Cockpit
    Year 1981 – 1982
    LOA 41
    LOD 38.7
    LWL 31
    Beam 12’ 1”
    Draft: 5’4”
    Mast height 57
    Displacement 21,000
    Fuel 50
    Water 80
    Range: 300
    Headroom: 6’
    Flag documented Burlington, Vermont

    Equipment on Board:

    Included with Boat Purchase

    Plow anchor
    100 feet of chain
    200 feet of anchor Line
    Furling Jib
    Self-Tacking Staysail with boom.
    Mainsail with full-length battens
    Sail covers
    Dingy 9′ and 3 hp motor (well serviced)
    Electric windlass (For both line and chain)
    Life raft inspected in 2009
    Three Fenders
    One Fender Board for Pilings
    Two mast winches
    Main Halyard winch
    Main sheet winch
    Two Jib sheet winches
    Two aluminum/stainless propane tanks for cooking
    Monitor wind-vain self steering
    RayMarine linear arm drive auto pilot
    Jack Lines
    New Muffler
    Three burner stove Jabsco
    Emergency ditch back with EPIRB
    Holding tank with automatic pump
    Two electric bilge pumps one on a float switch
    One hand held bilge pump
    One manual bilge pumps and hoses
    Fully grounded wiring system
    Three fire extinguishers
    Boom Vang
    Five life jackets
    Aluminum frame supporting antennas and wind generator.
    Radar
    GPS antena
    Wind generator
    Emergency tiller for rudder post
    Two Large Gell Cell House batteries
    One 12 v engine battery
    One 12 v Windlass battery
    Depth, speed, Garmin chart plotter with bahama supplemental charts
    Battery charger (needs repair)
    Aft stay antenna and isolators for SSB (SSB and Tuner removed)
    VHF radio (mast antenna)
    VHF radio hand held
    Mercedes Engine
    Cool Blue Refrigeration unit
    Sextant
    East Cost charts (paper)
    CD Stereo with auxiliary jack and four speakers
    Sure flow fresh water pump
    Numerous spare parts, wood samples
    30 Amp Shore power cable


  4. 1982 CE Ryder Southern Cross

    October 16, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Blue water cruiser. Southern Cross, a well known manufacturer in Bristol, RI, was built to last. Rugged, Safe, and ready to fulfill the anyone’s cruising dreams.

    Vessel walk-through:

    Beginning forward is the master stateroom with a Vberth and two closets, following aft is the Main Salon with a single settee to port, locker storage under and outboard. On the starboard is a L-shaped settee with a dining table in the center. There is ample locker storage under and outboard settees, and in shelves above. Next aft is a U-shaped GALLEY followed by the navigation station . There is an aft facing chartable with bench seating and ample storage and instrument installation. On the port side is the Head with separate shower stall. Aft (port) is the guest cabin with double berth, storage under hanging locker and drawer storage. Included are stereo with cockpit and cabin speakers.
    Equipment
    Radar
    GPS – Garmin Chart plotter
    RayMarine below deck Auto Pilot
    Monitor Windvane
    2 VHF Radios
    EPIRB
    Life Raft
    Windlas

    Highlights
    Head with ample locker storage. Separate enclosed shower area with curtain.
    Interior is finished in teak and ash

    Type, Sail, cruising, Aft Cockpit
    Year 1981 – 1982
    LOA 41
    LOD 38.7
    LWL 31
    Beam 12’ 1”
    Draft: 5’4”
    Mast height 57
    Displacement 21,000
    Fuel 50
    Water 80
    Range: 300
    Headroom: 6’
    Flag documented Burlington, Vermont

    Equipment on Board:

    Included with Boat Purchase

    Plow anchor
    100 feet of chain
    200 feet of anchor Line
    Furling Jib
    Self-Tacking Staysail with boom.
    Mainsail with full-length battens
    Sail covers
    Dingy 9′ and 3 hp motor (well serviced)
    Electric windlass (For both line and chain)
    Life raft inspected in 2009
    Three Fenders
    One Fender Board for Pilings
    Two mast winches
    Main Halyard winch
    Main sheet winch
    Two Jib sheet winches
    Two aluminum/stainless propane tanks for cooking
    Monitor wind-vain self steering
    RayMarine linear arm drive auto pilot
    Jack Lines
    New Muffler
    Three burner stove Jabsco
    Emergency ditch back with EPIRB
    Holding tank with automatic pump
    Two electric bilge pumps one on a float switch
    One hand held bilge pump
    One manual bilge pumps and hoses
    Fully grounded wiring system
    Three fire extinguishers
    Boom Vang
    Five life jackets
    Aluminum frame supporting antennas and wind generator.
    Radar
    GPS antena
    Wind generator
    Emergency tiller for rudder post
    Two Large Gell Cell House batteries
    One 12 v engine battery
    One 12 v Windlass battery
    Depth, speed, Garmin chart plotter with bahama supplemental charts
    Battery charger (needs repair)
    Aft stay antenna and isolators for SSB (SSB and Tuner removed)
    VHF radio (mast antenna)
    VHF radio hand held
    Mercedes Engine
    Cool Blue Refrigeration unit
    Sextant
    East Cost charts (paper)
    CD Stereo with auxiliary jack and four speakers
    Sure flow fresh water pump
    Numerous spare parts, wood samples
    30 Amp Shore power cable


  5. 1982 CE Ryder Southern Cross

    October 15, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Beginning forward is the master stateroom with a Vberth and two closets, following aft is the Main Salon with a single settee to port, locker storage under and outboard. On the starboard is a L-shaped settee with a dining table in the center. There is ample locker storage under and outboard settees, and in shelves above. Next aft is a U-shaped GALLEY followed by the navigation station . There is an aft facing chartable with bench seating and ample storage and instrument installation. On the port side is the Head with separate shower stall. Aft (port) is the guest cabin with double berth, storage under hanging locker and drawer storage. Included are stereo with cockpit and cabin speakers. If interested come see two southern cross 39s both for sale at the same marina (at time of writing11/29.

    Equipment on Board:

    Radar
    GPS – Garmin Chart plotter
    RayMarine below deck Auto Pilot
    Monitor Windvane
    2 VHF Radios
    EPIRB
    Life Raft
    Windlas


  6. 1981 CE Ryder Sea Sprite

    October 6, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    1981 model built by C.E. Ryder. Hull no. 11, in very good condition.
    Full keel design, tiller steering

    Equipment on Board:

    • 4 Sails:
    o Main with 2 sets of reef points
    o 150% genoa with luff line (Horizon Sails)
    o 135% jib
    o 100% Jib.
    o .75 ounce spinnaker
    • Two mainsail covers – blue and white.
    • Tiller cover – new
    • All teak deck brightwork varnished and in very good condition.
    • Boom vang and spinnaker pole.
    • One Danforth anchor with chain and 100 ft of braided rode
    • Upgraded bow roller for anchor and through deck fitting for anchor rode.
    • Upgraded bow cleat for anchor rode
    • Varnished teak dorade boxes with new brass cowl vents.
    • Bow and stern pulpits
    • Swim ladder – stainless steel
    • Manual cockpit bilge pump and electric pump in bilge.
    • Head with storage tank.
    • Original gel coat in good condition; ivory/white topsides with blue boot top and gold cove stripe
    • Galley – brand new double stainless steel sink and faucet. New countertop.
    • Original ice box in good condition.
    • Two water tanks. One in bilge with baffle and one under V-berth.
    • New cabin cushions.
    • Barrier coat applied to hull in 2006.
    • Two 12V starting batteries
    • Main sail and Spinnaker halyards replaced in 2008.
    • New genoa sheets in 2011
    • Universal 18 Diesel with alternator installed in 2008. Rebuilt in 2007. (Engine is upgrade from the standard Universal 11 originally installed in Sea Sprite 28s). New engine mounts installed in 2008. New fuel pump installed in 2011.
    • Lewmar 6 winches (2) rebuilt in 2008.
    • Lewmar 8 winches (2) rebuilt in 2008.
    • New Windex on mast
    • Harken roller furling on headstay
    • Danforth Saturn compass
    • Adjustable topping lift
    • New spreaders and spreader boots on mast.
    • New lifeline covers
    • Vetus deck hatches (2)
    • Beckson opening ports (4)
    • All deck hardware re-bedded in 2008.
    • New teak and holly cabin sole
    • Tillerpilot installed in 2011