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  1. 1994 GibSea Gibsea 474

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Gilbert Marine (Gib Sea) 474, 4 cabins, year 1994
    Builder: Gilbert Marine (France) Designer: Joubert & Nivelt Rigging: Sloop with furling Genoa (Profurl) and in-mast furling main Material: Fiberglass Engine: Volvo Penta mod. MD22A 4 cyl. 50 HP diesel, 3500 hours
    Sail plan: Total area 110 m2

    Equipment on Board:

    All sails are in good condition. furling main, furling genoa and spinnaker
    Deck: 2 anchors, Delta, CQR. Lofrans tiger electric windlass. Lewmar hatches. Lewmar Winches and stoppers. All the lines are maneuverable from the cockpit. Furling genoa profurl. Rigging francespaar. Very good condition.
    Interior: 4 cabin with 4 toilets and shower. Electric water pump. Warm water with engine heat exchanger. Galley 3 fires. 3 fridges, one dedicated for vegetables. Cooling “Frigoboat” driven by the engine. Possible installation of en extra cooling unit. Galley complete with all necessary for navigation and living aboard. Sea water available in the galley. Foot pumps with independent waters hoses. Full set of box tools with wrenches and engine tools.
    Electronic equipment: Garmin GPS. Wind and deep meters. The last one need to substitute the central unit (one new is present onboard). Excellent hydraulic autopilot (Raymarine) directly on the rudder axis and independent from the hand wheel rudder. VHF radio. CD and stereo (4 box, 2 inside and 2 outside).
    Electric system: 2 AGM battery 400 Ah 6 month old. 3 solar panels (150 W total) with regulator for AGM battery. Wind Generator (not yet installed but present onboard). Complete control panel with voltage and amperometer.
    Safety Equipment: 8 floatation devices. 1 8 passengers liferaft (to be checked) mod. Plastimo. Safety lifeline for 4 persons. 6 rockets. EPIRB (2 years old). Smaller VHF 5W. Mooring lines, extra sheets, fenders etc.

  2. 1994 GIB’SEA 444

    October 15, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:


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