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  1. 1976 Del Rey 50

    October 6, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    One of a kind, heavy duty, veteran cruiser is ready for a new captain and crew, and awaits you on the Caribbean side of the Panama Canal. Schooner rigged, four roller furling sails makes her easy for a couple to handle, center cockpit, a sturdy veteran, blue water cruiser. 60′ LOA (includes bow sprit and aft davits) She handles the seas well with a heavy duty fiber glass hull (1.5″ thick at water line) and a full keel. A large non-skid, fiberglass, open deck allows for easy sail handling, room to walk around and lots of space to relax in the sun. The roomy and fully enclosed bimini dodger can be used with either ison glass and/or screens provides great shade in the day and comfort on those chilly night passages. Panama Flag fully documented and prepared for blue water sailing. She is in good condition, sea worthy and is a big hunk of boat that rides like a dream, in all kinds of weather. On June 2009 she underwent a mayor update including new rigging whole painting job and equipment update. This boat is made for comfort, and will take you anywhere! Easy to handle for a couple, all roller furling sails, schooner rigged to get the best out of a boat this size. Has a NEW Cummins BT-4 Turbo, 135 HP engine just installed NOV ’07 with 80 hours.
    Boat carries 350 gallons of fuel for long range cruising. This cruiser is a very comfortable liveaboard with beautiful wood interior, updated decor, lots of room and incredible storage! It has been hauled out every 2-3 years for bottom jobs, and new paint, checked all thru holes; checked prop, and rebuilt rudder bushings, sanded, painted, etc. and other minor cosmetics were completed. The boat is back in the dry storage after a small trip to Cartagena on June 2009; Surveyed in Panama in 2005 – quoted replacement value before all renovations was at over $175,000 and is available upon request. I am currently working in the USA and have to sell her because I cannot travel as often as I want to sail with her, but will facilitate in Panama your request to see the boat.

    Equipment on Board:

    Important: NEW CUMMINS BT-4 DIESEL TURBO ENGINE NOV 2007. 135 HP Less than 80 hours. –

    HOLDING TANKS: 100 gal water. 300 gal diesel fuel with 40 gal day tank. ENGINE: Newly rebuilt, 2003, Cummins Turbo 130hp engine with less than 1500 hours, runs like a dream and very economical. BATTERIES: five 8-D’s, new 2009, SOLAR PANELS: Three. New Heart 2000 Inverter, 2005, takes care of the power consumption. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT: Heavy Duty, Lofren Windless 2002, Garmin GPS Plotter and multi-chart chips 2003, Furuno Radar 2004, SSB Icom 700, VHF Icom 100, Epirb 2002, Sony AM/FM Radio-CD combo with 4 speakers. Compass, Depthfinder, Knotspeed indicators. Tillermaster auto pilot. OTHER: HRO Water Maker, new 2003,10gal/hr, very efficient. Honda 6500 gas generator. 8-man LifeRaft certified 2002. Alliance 10.5′ inflatable dinghy with hard bottom. ANCHORS: 3 large Dansforth/2 med size CQR’s, with over 300′ 3/4″ chain, storm and sea anchor and much, much more!
    Roomy aft Captains cabin includes a queen size bed,desk, full dresser and 2 closets; with private, large bathroom and enclosed,stand alone shower, just like home! Galley is mid-ship along the port side, lots of space, 4 burner stove w/oven, micro-wave, washer/dryer, and a fantastic 12.5 cubic ft.,up-right, Tundra AC/DC fridge with seperate freezer. We always have ICE! The HRO Seafari water maker automatically filters and back-flushes every 7 days, and works wonderfully – 10 gallons/hr when needed. Easy to care for. Boat carries 100 gallons water. Never a power problem with a big, ‘keep it simple’ charging system, big 2009 batteries, Heart 2000 inverter and 2 solar panels and battery charger. Also a Honda 6500 gas generator that will light up a small city! Boat comes with many extras; electrical fixtures, new engine parts, pumps,belts,filters, boat equipment and all the hand tools,wrenches, nutz & boltz, etc. that you will need for cruising. Front V-berth converted to work shop to get the job done.
    The galley includes 4 burner propane stove, oven, microwave, 8 cubic ft Tundra, upright fridge and freezer, new 2003- washer/dryer! Comfortable, large, all mahogany/teak wood interior and nicely appointed black upholstery in salon with long 6′ sofa and bench seats aside large table. Spacious guest head with big closet storage,and navigation desk with radio/computer station to forward. Over 6 ft head room in all areas, huge storage, cabinets, closets; a great liveaboard! Sleeps 4-6, but can carry a dozen or more! Also includes built in stereo/radio with multiple CD changer, 2 inside/2 outside marine speakers and many more extras… Boat was on the hard from Dec 07 to June 2009 and have bottom sanded and repainted.
    It also Includes, brand new Susuki 15 HP, 2strk/short shaft outboard – never used, with a 10 foot Alliance hard bottom dinghy. And a Givens 8 man life raft secured on deck. And much more!


  2. 1976 Del Rey 50

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    One of a kind, heavy duty, veteran cruiser is ready for a new captain and crew, and awaits you on the Caribbean side of the Panama Canal. Schooner rigged, four roller furling sails makes her easy for a couple to handle, center cockpit, a sturdy veteran, blue water cruiser. 60′ LOA (includes bow sprit and aft davits) She handles the seas well with a heavy duty fiber glass hull (1.5″ thick at water line) and a full keel. A large non-skid, fiberglass, open deck allows for easy sail handling, room to walk around and lots of space to relax in the sun. The roomy and fully enclosed bimini dodger can be used with either ison glass and/or screens provides great shade in the day and comfort on those chilly night passages. Panama Flag fully documented and prepared for blue water sailing. She is in good condition, sea worthy and is a big hunk of boat that rides like a dream, in all kinds of weather. On June 2009 she underwent a mayor update including new rigging whole painting job and equipment update. This boat is made for comfort, and will take you anywhere! Easy to handle for a couple, all roller furling sails, schooner rigged to get the best out of a boat this size. Has a NEW Cummins BT-4 Turbo, 135 HP engine just installed NOV ’07 with 80 hours.
    Boat carries 350 gallons of fuel for long range cruising. This cruiser is a very comfortable liveaboard with beautiful wood interior, updated decor, lots of room and incredible storage! It has been hauled out every 2-3 years for bottom jobs, and new paint, checked all thru holes; checked prop, and rebuilt rudder bushings, sanded, painted, etc. and other minor cosmetics were completed. The boat is back in the dry storage after a small trip to Cartagena on June 2009; Surveyed in Panama in 2005 – quoted replacement value before all renovations was at over $175,000 and is available upon request. I am currently working in the USA and have to sell her because I cannot travel as often as I want to sail with her, but will facilitate in Panama your request to see the boat.

    Equipment on Board:

    Important: NEW CUMMINS BT-4 DIESEL TURBO ENGINE NOV 2007. 135 HP Less than 80 hours. –

    HOLDING TANKS: 100 gal water. 300 gal diesel fuel with 40 gal day tank. ENGINE: Newly rebuilt, 2003, Cummins Turbo 130hp engine with less than 1500 hours, runs like a dream and very economical. BATTERIES: five 8-D’s, new 2009, SOLAR PANELS: Three. New Heart 2000 Inverter, 2005, takes care of the power consumption. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT: Heavy Duty, Lofren Windless 2002, Garmin GPS Plotter and multi-chart chips 2003, Furuno Radar 2004, SSB Icom 700, VHF Icom 100, Epirb 2002, Sony AM/FM Radio-CD combo with 4 speakers. Compass, Depthfinder, Knotspeed indicators. Tillermaster auto pilot. OTHER: HRO Water Maker, new 2003,10gal/hr, very efficient. Honda 6500 gas generator. 8-man LifeRaft certified 2002. Alliance 10.5′ inflatable dinghy with hard bottom. ANCHORS: 3 large Dansforth/2 med size CQR’s, with over 300′ 3/4″ chain, storm and sea anchor and much, much more!
    Roomy aft Captains cabin includes a queen size bed,desk, full dresser and 2 closets; with private, large bathroom and enclosed,stand alone shower, just like home! Galley is mid-ship along the port side, lots of space, 4 burner stove w/oven, micro-wave, washer/dryer, and a fantastic 12.5 cubic ft.,up-right, Tundra AC/DC fridge with seperate freezer. We always have ICE! The HRO Seafari water maker automatically filters and back-flushes every 7 days, and works wonderfully – 10 gallons/hr when needed. Easy to care for. Boat carries 100 gallons water. Never a power problem with a big, ‘keep it simple’ charging system, big 2009 batteries, Heart 2000 inverter and 2 solar panels and battery charger. Also a Honda 6500 gas generator that will light up a small city! Boat comes with many extras; electrical fixtures, new engine parts, pumps,belts,filters, boat equipment and all the hand tools,wrenches, nutz & boltz, etc. that you will need for cruising. Front V-berth converted to work shop to get the job done.
    The galley includes 4 burner propane stove, oven, microwave, 8 cubic ft Tundra, upright fridge and freezer, new 2003- washer/dryer! Comfortable, large, all mahogany/teak wood interior and nicely appointed black upholstery in salon with long 6′ sofa and bench seats aside large table. Spacious guest head with big closet storage,and navigation desk with radio/computer station to forward. Over 6 ft head room in all areas, huge storage, cabinets, closets; a great liveaboard! Sleeps 4-6, but can carry a dozen or more! Also includes built in stereo/radio with multiple CD changer, 2 inside/2 outside marine speakers and many more extras… Boat was on the hard from Dec 07 to June 2009 and have bottom sanded and repainted.
    It also Includes, brand new Susuki 15 HP, 2strk/short shaft outboard – never used, with a 10 foot Alliance hard bottom dinghy. And a Givens 8 man life raft secured on deck. And much more!


  3. 1976 Del Rey 50

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    One of a kind, heavy duty, veteran cruiser is ready for a new captain and crew, and awaits you on the Caribbean side of the Panama Canal. Schooner rigged, four roller furling sails makes her easy for a couple to handle, center cockpit, a sturdy veteran, blue water cruiser. 60′ LOA (includes bow sprit and aft davits) She handles the seas well with a heavy duty fiber glass hull (1.5″ thick at water line) and a full keel. A large non-skid, fiberglass, open deck allows for easy sail handling, room to walk around and lots of space to relax in the sun. The roomy and fully enclosed bimini dodger can be used with either ison glass and/or screens provides great shade in the day and comfort on those chilly night passages. Panama Flag fully documented and prepared for blue water sailing. She is in good condition, sea worthy and is a big hunk of boat that rides like a dream, in all kinds of weather. On June 2009 she underwent a mayor update including new rigging whole painting job and equipment update. This boat is made for comfort, and will take you anywhere! Easy to handle for a couple, all roller furling sails, schooner rigged to get the best out of a boat this size. Has a NEW Cummins BT-4 Turbo, 135 HP engine just installed NOV ’07 with 80 hours.
    Boat carries 350 gallons of fuel for long range cruising. This cruiser is a very comfortable liveaboard with beautiful wood interior, updated decor, lots of room and incredible storage! It has been hauled out every 2-3 years for bottom jobs, and new paint, checked all thru holes; checked prop, and rebuilt rudder bushings, sanded, painted, etc. and other minor cosmetics were completed. The boat is back in the dry storage after a small trip to Cartagena on June 2009; Surveyed in Panama in 2005 – quoted replacement value before all renovations was at over $175,000 and is available upon request. I am currently working in the USA and have to sell her because I cannot travel as often as I want to sail with her, but will facilitate in Panama your request to see the boat.

    Equipment on Board:

    Important: NEW CUMMINS BT-4 DIESEL TURBO ENGINE NOV 2007. 135 HP Less than 80 hours. –

    HOLDING TANKS: 100 gal water. 300 gal diesel fuel with 40 gal day tank. ENGINE: Newly rebuilt, 2003, Cummins Turbo 130hp engine with less than 1500 hours, runs like a dream and very economical. BATTERIES: five 8-D’s, new 2009, SOLAR PANELS: Three. New Heart 2000 Inverter, 2005, takes care of the power consumption. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT: Heavy Duty, Lofren Windless 2002, Garmin GPS Plotter and multi-chart chips 2003, Furuno Radar 2004, SSB Icom 700, VHF Icom 100, Epirb 2002, Sony AM/FM Radio-CD combo with 4 speakers. Compass, Depthfinder, Knotspeed indicators. Tillermaster auto pilot. OTHER: HRO Water Maker, new 2003,10gal/hr, very efficient. Honda 6500 gas generator. 8-man LifeRaft certified 2002. Alliance 10.5′ inflatable dinghy with hard bottom. ANCHORS: 3 large Dansforth/2 med size CQR’s, with over 300′ 3/4″ chain, storm and sea anchor and much, much more!
    Roomy aft Captains cabin includes a queen size bed,desk, full dresser and 2 closets; with private, large bathroom and enclosed,stand alone shower, just like home! Galley is mid-ship along the port side, lots of space, 4 burner stove w/oven, micro-wave, washer/dryer, and a fantastic 12.5 cubic ft.,up-right, Tundra AC/DC fridge with seperate freezer. We always have ICE! The HRO Seafari water maker automatically filters and back-flushes every 7 days, and works wonderfully – 10 gallons/hr when needed. Easy to care for. Boat carries 100 gallons water. Never a power problem with a big, ‘keep it simple’ charging system, big 2009 batteries, Heart 2000 inverter and 2 solar panels and battery charger. Also a Honda 6500 gas generator that will light up a small city! Boat comes with many extras; electrical fixtures, new engine parts, pumps,belts,filters, boat equipment and all the hand tools,wrenches, nutz & boltz, etc. that you will need for cruising. Front V-berth converted to work shop to get the job done.
    The galley includes 4 burner propane stove, oven, microwave, 8 cubic ft Tundra, upright fridge and freezer, new 2003- washer/dryer! Comfortable, large, all mahogany/teak wood interior and nicely appointed black upholstery in salon with long 6′ sofa and bench seats aside large table. Spacious guest head with big closet storage,and navigation desk with radio/computer station to forward. Over 6 ft head room in all areas, huge storage, cabinets, closets; a great liveaboard! Sleeps 4-6, but can carry a dozen or more! Also includes built in stereo/radio with multiple CD changer, 2 inside/2 outside marine speakers and many more extras… Boat was on the hard from Dec 07 to June 2009 and have bottom sanded and repainted.
    It also Includes, brand new Susuki 15 HP, 2strk/short shaft outboard – never used, with a 10 foot Alliance hard bottom dinghy. And a Givens 8 man life raft secured on deck. And much more!