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  1. 1984 Cape Dory 31

    November 27, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Boat Name: TILLANDSIA

    “The Cape Dory 31 features one of Carl Alberg’s most innovative interiors. She’s spacious, bright and airy … with a unique and efficient layout for comfortable cruising. She’s designed and built for extended voyaging. The head includes a shower with flip-up, teak slatted bench and is located by the companionway on the port side. The galley is to starboard, with huge icebox, gimballed stove and ss sink.

    Interior:
    •Berths for Six
    •V Berth Filler Makes Double w/Bureau in Forecastle
    •Hanging Locker in Forecastle
    •Drawers Under V Berth
    •Opening Hatch in Forecastle/Shelves Over V Berth
    •Enclosed Head w/Sink & Shower & Shower Grate, Teak Slat/Fold Up Seat Over Head, West Locker & Bin & Skylight w/Vent
    •Storage Locker
    •Cabinets & Bookshelves
    •Hanging Locker in Main Salon
    •Drop-Leaf Dinette
    •4 Berths in Main Salon
    •Pilot Berth in Main Cabin
    •U-Shaped Galley w/Deep Double Stainless Steel Sink, Ice Box w/Sliding Wire Basket, & Refrigeration, Gimballed Stainless Steel 2 Burner Stove w/Oven, Storage, Trash Bin & Laminate Counter Tops
    •8 Opening Bronze Ports, Opening Hatch in Main Cabin & Overhead Grab Rails
    •Teak & Holly Sole Flooring

    Electrical:
    •DC Electrical Panel w/Circuit Breakers
    •Interior Lighting
    •Navigation Lighting
    •Fore Deck & Steaming Light
    •110 Volt Shore Power System w/Cord
    •Upgrade to High Output Alternator
    •Interior 110 Outlets

    Spars & Rigging
    •Anodized Spars, Keel Stepped Mast, Double Lower Main Shrouds, Intermediate Shrouds, Adjustable Outhausl & Topping Lifts
    •Main Halyard Winch, Sheets, Blocks

    Equipment on Board:

    Engines:
    Engine Brand: Universal
    Engine(s) Total Power: 21 HP
    Engine Model: M-25

    Tanks
    Fresh Water Tanks: (80 Gallons)
    Fuel Tanks: 1 Aluminum (24 Gallons)
    Holding Tanks: (20 Gallons)

    Electrical Equipment:
    Electrical Circuit: 12V

    Outside Equipment/Extras:
    Manual windlas

    Sails:
    •Mainsail Mack Sail, Full Battens, 2 Reefs, 7.62oz., New Fall 2009
    •Stay sail Mac Sails, 1 Reef, 7.62 oz, New Fall 2009
    •Yankee Mac Sails, 6.7 oz, New Fall 2009
    •Asymmetrical Spinnaker (Gennaker) w/Sock, Original & Light Use
    •All Original Hood Sails Available as Backups


  2. 1982 Tartan 3000

    November 21, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Accommodations:
    Main Salon w/Port & Starboard Settee Which Double as Single Berths.
    Athwartships: Head Forward w/Doors to Close Off Main Salon & or Forward Cabin. Marine Toilet, Vanity w/Sink & Mirror, & Telescoping Faucet.

    L-Shaped Galley: Starboard Aft w/Gimballed Stove & Oven, w/6.5 Cubic Feet of Ice Box That Has Access from Galley & Cockpit, Deep Stainless Sink w/Telescoping Faucet.

    Aft Nav Station/Full Size Chart Table to Port w/Nav Seat, Chart Storage & Electrical Panel.

    Teak Cabin Sole w/Strips of Holly, Mahogany & Cherry Cabin & House Sides of Joinery, Handrails & Bulkhead Mounted, Swing-Down, Drop-Leaf Dining Table.

    8 New Opening Ports & 2 Hatches for Ventilation & Lighting.

    Sails:
    Battened mainsail

    Rigging:
    Steering wheel

    Inside Equipment:
    Manual bilge pump
    Battery charger
    Marine head

    Electrical Equipment:
    Shore power inlet
    Electrical Circuit: 24V

    Outside Equipment/Extras
    Swimming ladder

    Covers:
    Bimini Top
    Mainsail cover

    Equipment on Board:

    Engine Brand: Universal
    Engine(s) Total Power: 15 HP
    Engine Model: Atomic Diesel
    Engine Type: Inboard
    Drive Type: Direct Drive
    Year Built: 1982

    Rigging & Sails:
    2010 Main.
    Harken Roller Furling System w/150% Genoa.
    New Jib Sheets.
    Halyards Led Aft.
    Double Spreaders.

    Double Stainless Steel Lifelines w/Gates, Stainless Steel Stern Rail & Stainless Steel Bow Pulpit.

    Electrical/Electronics:
    New Garmin Depth.
    VHF Radio, Loran, Speed, Auto Pilot & Wind Direction.

    Interior Lighting.

    Navigation Lights.


  3. 1984 Tartan 28

    November 21, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Accommodations:
    Classic Teak Interior
    New JSI Sunbrella Cabin Cushions
    Head Forward to Starboard w/Door Closure to Forward Passageway
    Electric Head Rebuilt in 2011
    Large V Berth w/Hanging Locker Opposite Head.
    Starboard Settee w/Lea Board & Seatback Converts To Double Berth
    Wide Quarter Berth w/Stowage Below
    8 Opening Ports for Ventilation
    Fresh Water Pumps for Head & Galley

    Galley:
    Origo Alcohol Stove
    SS Sink
    Top Loading Icebox

    Electrical/Electronics
    Shore power
    2 Deep Cycle Batteries w/Switch
    Battery Charger
    VHF Radio & Handheld VHF
    Datamarine Speed & Depth
    TV w/Direct TV Dish @ Dock
    DVD Player & Stereo w/Interior & Cockpit Speakers

    Sails/Rigging:
    2004 Air Force Main
    155% Genoa Air Force- New 2004
    Roller Furling on Headsail
    Spinnaker w/Pole
    Asymmetric Flyer
    New Halyards, Sheets & Control Lines
    2 Barient #10 Halyard Winches
    2 Barient Dual Speed Winches
    Boomkicker Vang
    Canvas Package Includes New Sunbrella Main Sail Cover, Wheel Cover, Companionway Cover & Hatch Cover.

    Equipment on Board:

    Depthsounder
    Log-speedometer
    Compass
    VHF
    DVD player
    Radio
    Cockpit speakers

    Rigging
    Steering wheel

    Engine Brand: Yanmar 2GMF
    Engine(s) Total Power: 13 HP
    Engine Model: 2 cylinder
    Engine Type: Inboard
    Drive Type: Direct Drive
    Year Built: 1984

    Electrical Equipment
    Shore power inlet
    Electrical Circuit: 110V

    Covers
    Bimini Top – With Detachable Shade Awning
    Mainsail cover


  4. 1984 Cape Dory 270

    November 20, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Accommodations:
    Interior Designed to Accommodate 6 People for Sleeping
    Vee Berth w/Filler Cushion
    Port Settee Converts to a 44″ Wide Double When Pulled Out 10″ To Extended Position & Backrest Forms Berth Extension
    Port & Starboard Backrests Swing Up to Fixed Position & Held in Place on Forward or Aft Bulkheads Using Sliding Bolt on End Backrest
    Storage Bins, Drawers, & Lockers In All Areas of Boat & Allowing Even Distribution of Gear
    Recess of Quarterberth & Foot-well on Starboard Settee Berth Can Provide Storage for Gear When Not in Use as a Berth
    Two Doors in Passageway Through the Head Area Lock in Place In the Closed Position w/Sliding Bolts Mortised into Upper Frame of Door & Held in Place, When Open, by Friction Catch Mounted to Vanity Unit
    8 Opening Ports & 2 Hatches Provide Cross Flow of Air
    Hot & Cold Pressure Water in Galley & Head w/Shower
    New Faucet & Head Installed in 2009
    Sleeps 4-5. There is a V-Berth with filler sleeps 2, the starboard settee converts to a single berth and the port settee converts to a berth. The port quarter berth is a single.

    Additional Information:
    The Cape Dory 270 hull is molded in one piece using alternating layers of hand layed fiberglass rovings and mats bonded with lightweight polyester resin.
    The lead ballast is cast and mounted inside the keel cavity of the hull. The ballast set is composed of three individually cast pieces each one of which is checked against an optimum weight and matched with others to produce the correct total weight.
    All Paperwork & Owners Manual Also Included

    Electrical
    Standard Electrical System Powered by 12 Volt 75Amp Hour Battery
    Battery Compartment Below Quarter-berth
    AC System Operates on 115 Volt, 60 Cycle Current w/Power Supplied by 30 Amp Shore Service Via a Shore Power Cord & Receptacle in Cockpit Well
    Navigation Lights
    Interior Cabin Lights

    Sails/Rigging/Deck
    Mast Deck Stepped on a Compression Post Member Extending From Underside of the Deck to Ballast.
    Harken Roller Furling System
    Newer Used Main Fitted for CD 270 & Employed in 2011
    Genoa in

    Equipment on Board:

    Engine Brand: Westerbeke
    Engine(s) Total Power: 13 HP
    Engine Model: W13
    Engine Type: Inboard
    Drive Type: Direct Drive
    Cruising Speed: 5 knots
    Maximum Speed: 6 knots
    Year Built: 1984

    Sails:
    Battened mainsail
    Furling genoa
    Spinnaker

    Rigging:
    Steering wheel

    Inside Equipment:
    Hot water
    Marine head – New Head & Faucet in 2009

    Electrical Equipment:
    Shore power inlet
    Electrical Circuit: 12V

    Outside Equipment/Extras
    Cockpit table – Teak w/Cup Holders
    Swimming ladder

    Covers:
    Bimini Top
    Mainsail cover

    Compass – At Pedestal


  5. 1995 Catalina 270

    November 20, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Accommodations:
    Main Salon w/Comfortable Seating Around Teak Table & 6′ Headroom.
    Wrap Around Settee w/Teak Table.
    Hot & Cold Pressure Water.
    Enclosed Head Compartment/Single Piece Molded Unit Which is Easy to Maintain. Vanity/Storage & Hand Held Shower & Standard Shower Pan in Sole. Opening Port Provides Light & Ventilation.
    Private Aft Cabin w/Double Berth, Hanging Locker & Storage. Opening Ports for Light & Ventilation.

    Galley:
    Aft Galley w/Deep Stainless Steel Sink.
    Storage Above & Below Counter.
    Two-Burner LP Gimballed Stove.
    2.2 Cubic Ft. Built-In Ice Box w/Shelves.
    Footpump For Overboard Ice Box Drain.
    Hot & Cold Pressure Water .
    Fresh Water System w/Outlets in Galley & Head.

    Spars & Rigging:
    Double Spreader Mast.
    Single Line Genoa Furling System.
    Internal Halyards.
    Internal Adjustable Outhaul.
    Internal Main Boom Topping Lift.
    Stainless Steel Standing Rigging.
    Anodized Aluminum Mast & Boom.
    Single Line Reefing System.

    Sail & Sail Handling:
    Original Main w/Flaking System.
    135% Furling Genoa.
    Midboom Mainsail Sheeting.
    Bearing Traveler Car & Multiple Traveler Adjustment System.
    Boom Vang.
    Inboard Genoa Tracks, 2 Genoa Blocks, 2 Lewmar Self Tailing Primary Winches & 2 Speed.

    Electrical/Electronics:
    12 Volt Electrical System w/Circuit Breakers @ Panel.
    Newmar Battery Charger.
    AC Shore Power System w/5 Outlets.
    Navigation Lights, Cabin Lights, & Steaming Light on Mast & Anchor Light on Masthead.
    Pedestal Mounted Compass w/Light.
    Uniden MC 635 VHF Marine Radio.
    Autohelm System w/Wind, Speed & Direction.

    Deck & Hardware:
    5 Opening Ports.
    T Shaped Cockpit.
    Aluminum Framed Opening Forward Hatch.
    Pedestal Steering w/28″ Stainless Wheel, Engine Controls & Wheel Lock.
    Handrails on Cabin Top.
    Stern Boarding Ladder/ Stern Boarding Platform & Pressure Shower Outlet on Deck.
    Sliding Companionway Hatch w/Seahood.
    Coaming Cockpit Compartments.
    Cockpit Seat Locker & 2 Lazzarette Lockers.
    Anchor Locker on Foredeck & Anchor.
    Double Lifelines, Double Bow Rail & Stern Rail.
    Bimini.

    Equipment on Board:

    Depthsounder
    Log-speedometer
    Wind speed and direction
    Navigation center
    Compass
    VHF
    Radio
    Cockpit speakers

    Sails
    Fully battened mainsail
    Furling genoa

    Rigging
    Steering wheel

    Inside Equipment:
    Manual bilge pump
    Battery charger
    Air conditioning – Portable
    Marine head

    Electrical Equipment
    Shore power inlet
    Electrical Circuit: 12V

    Outside Equipment/Extras:
    Gangway
    Cockpit cushions
    Cockpit table
    Swimming ladder
    Cockpit shower

    Covers:
    Bimini Top
    Mainsail cover


  6. 1989 Pearson 27 MKII

    November 20, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Accommodations:
    Teak Bulkheads
    Molded Fiberglass Headliner
    Teak & Holly Sole
    Wraparound Dinette w/Storage Below
    Port & Starboard Shelf Storage
    Teak Center-line Table Drops to Form a Double Berth 7′ Long
    Navigation Area to Starboard
    Hanging Locker
    Aft Stateroom wi-Fold Door, Queen Size Berth w/Stowage Below, Bureau, Lap Door w/Teak Frame, Shelf & Aluminum Framed Hatch for Light & Ventilation
    Private Head w/Formica Vanity Unit w/Sink & Shelf Below, Lap Door w/Teak Frame & Locker Storage Outboard

    Galley:
    Galley Amidships w/Stove & Sink to Port
    Countertop Alcohol Stove
    Stainless Steel Sink
    Pressure Water
    Shelf, Trap Stowage & Dish Stowage
    3 Cubic Foot Icebox Beneath Nav Station Starboard

    Deck, Rigging & Sails:
    Harken Roller Furling
    Garhauer Rigid Vang
    Two #30 Lewmar Self Tailing Winches
    Bow & Stern Pulpit w/Single Life Lines
    Dual Bow Chocks & Cleats
    Dual Stern Cleats
    Cabin Top Traveler w/Stops
    Smoked Plexiglas Companionway Hatch
    Aluminum Framed Forward Hatch
    Opening Port in Cockpit Well
    6 Opening Ports
    Swim Ladder & Single Cockpit Scupper
    Single Spreader Masthead Rig, Deck Stepped w/Swept Back Spreaders
    Internal Rope Main Halyard
    Foredeck Anchor Well
    Sail Locker to Starboard
    Cooler Storage to Port
    Wheel Steering w/Compass & Instrument Pods on Pedestal & Drink Holders
    Doyle Mainsail
    135% Genoa (4 Years Old & Excellent Condition)
    150% Genoa (Fair Condition)
    Spinnaker (Like New)

    Equipment on Board:

    Engine Brand: Westerbeke
    Engine(s) Total Power: 10 HP
    Engine Model: 12B
    Engine Type: Inboard
    Year Built: 1989

    Electrical
    2 Batteries w/Dual Automatic Charging
    12-Volt DC Electrical Panel
    110-Volt AC Shore Power System w/Cord & Outlets
    Navigation Lights
    Interior Lights

    Depthsounder
    Log-speedometer
    Compass
    VHF
    CD player
    Cockpit speakers

    Sails:
    Fully battened mainsail
    Genoa – 150
    Furling genoa – 135 & 4 Years Old
    Spinnaker – Like New

    Rigging:
    Steering wheel
    Spinnaker pole – Whisker Pole

    Inside Equipment:
    Manual bilge pump – Manual Diaphragm-Type in Cockpit
    Battery charger
    Marine head

    Electrical Equipment:
    Shore power inlet
    Electrical Circuit: 12V

    Outside Equipment/Extras:
    Swimming ladder

    Covers:
    Bimini Top – Custom Bimini & Dodger
    Mainsail cover
    Lazyjacks – Jiffy Jacks


  7. 2004 MacGregor 26M

    November 20, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Accommodations:
    Full Standing Headroom
    Bulkhead Mirror
    Upholstered Hull Sides
    Galley w/Sink/5 Gallon Water System/Convenient Storage Lockers & Space for Built In Stove
    Space for Portable Ice Chest
    Enclosed Head Compartment
    2 Double Berths & 2 Single Berths
    Table
    Full Hull & Deck Liners
    Large Side & Forward Windows

    Deck Hardware:
    Pedestal & Steering Wheel
    Hinged Helm Seat for Easy Transom Access
    Foredeck Hatch
    Anchor Locker & Anchor Roller
    Outboard Well
    Cockpit Storage Lockers for 2/12 Gallon Fuel Tanks w/Tie Down Brackets
    Mooring cleats
    2 Jib Winches & 1 Winch Handle
    Anodized Mast & Boom
    Deck Tracks for Jib & Genoa
    Hinged Mast Step & Rotating Mast

    Equipment on Board:

    Engine Brand: Yamaha
    Engine(s) Total Power: 60 HP
    Engine Model: T60TLRC
    Engine Type: Outboard 4S
    Propeller: 3 blade propeller
    Maximum Speed: 24 mph
    Year Built: 2004

    Compass;Radio

    Rigging:
    Steering wheel

    Inside Equipment: Air conditioning;Marine head

    Electrical Equipment:
    Shore power inlet at 110v AC
    Electrical Circuit: 12V

    Additional Equipment:
    Road trailer

    Additional Information:
    Water Ballast System
    Positive Foam Flotation
    Self-Bailing Cockpit
    Non-Skid Deck Surfaces
    Bow Pulpit & Lifelines
    Kick Up Twin Rudders & Centerboard
    Mainsail Reefing System
    Original Mainsail
    New Jib & Genoa
    Radio & Stereo
    Trailer


  8. 1978 Hunter 25

    November 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Accommodations:
    Main Salon w/Port & Starboard Settee, V Berth Forward & Head w/Vanity Forward. Head and V Berth w/Privacy Provided By Sliding Teak Door. V Berth Has Extra Padding.
    Quarter Berth Aft Port Side.
    Folding Centerline Dinette in Main Salon.
    L Shaped Galley is Starboard Aft w/Stainless Steel Sink, Lots of Storage Space, Microwave, Butane Stove.

    Equipment on Board:

    Engine Brand: Mercury
    Engine(s) Total Power: 6 HP
    Engine Hours: 125 hrs

    Additional Information:
    Almost New Mainsail
    110 Jib in Good Condition
    150 Genoa in Good Condition
    2 Sail Bags
    Main Sail Cover
    Lazy Jack System
    Anchor Well
    Portable Swim Ladder
    Bimini in Excellent Condition
    Compass & Knot Meter
    Magma Stainless Steel Grill


  9. 1975 Irwin 10.4

    November 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Accommodations:
    Forward Cabin w/6’6″ Double Bunk w/Ample Storage, Louvered Privacy Door & Enclosed Head Compartment.
    Main Salon w/6’6″ Settee to Starboard & 6′ Bunk to Port, 360′ Swivel Dinette Table & Teak-Trimmed Stowage.
    L Shaped Galley Includes Stainless Steel Sink w/Fresh Water Pump & Stowage & Ample Counter Space. The Galley Located Starboard Aft

    Engines – diesel
    Engine Brand: Volvo
    Engine Model: Volvo Penta
    Year Built: 1975

    Equipment on Board:

    Depthsounder;Log-speedometer
    Compass;VHF

    Sails:
    Battened mainsail
    Furling genoa

    Rigging:
    Steering wheel

    Inside Equipment:
    Battery charger
    Marine head

    Electrical Equipment
    Shore power inlet
    Electrical Circuit: 110V

    Outside Equipment/Extras:
    Teak cockpit
    Cockpit cushions
    Cockpit table
    Swimming ladder

    Covers:
    Mainsail cover


  10. 2004 Hunter 240

    November 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Manufacturer Provided Description:
    Fun to sail, easy to trailer, and a snap to set up, the Hunter 240 will provide real enjoyment with little effort. The integral water ballast system provides great stability under sail, but also allows for easy trailering with smaller vehicles when emptied. An innovative mast raising system makes rigging and launching an easy exercise. The standard custom trailer will have sailors in and out of the launch ramp in minutes. A large cockpit, plenty of storage, and all lines led aft makes sailing simple. Two double berths – plus a workable galley and portable head – make weekending comfortable. Hunter Marine’s water-ballasted trailerables are comfortable cruisers that are easy to tow because the stability is left in the water, not on the trailer. Whether trailer sailing across the country or just across town, Hunter makes the experience truly easy with a rig that is safe, simple, and fast to set up and take down.

    Equipment on Board:

    5 hp Tohatsu O/B motor and single axle trailer with tongue ext; 110v AC electrical.

    Accommodations:
    Double Aft Berth
    Double Berth Forward
    Fiberglass Headliner
    2 Opening Hatches
    Portable Toilet w/Privacy Curtain
    Galley w/Sink, Manual Water System, Portable Ice Chest & Stove
    Cabin Lights
    Dinette Table for Cabin & Cockpit