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  1. 1983 Gulfstar 50 Sailmaster

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This yacht is in excellent condition, with new awlgrip,above waterline and new vinylester layup under waterline. Equipment and electronics are state of the art and complete. It has many upgrades such as tender lift, hard top and refridgeration/deep freeze.
    Call for details its a must see.

    Equipment on Board:

    Furuno 7112 radar with remote
    Furuno GP 31 GPS
    Furuno Navtex receiver
    Simrad AP 300x autopilot
    Battery monitors
    Windlass monitors
    Westmar hydraulic bow thruser
    Hydraulic anchor windlass
    Kohler 8kw digital generator
    with remote controller
    Raymarine ST 70 wind speed depth
    Computer based chart system
    Nobletec Admiral
    15 in Daylight touch screen LCD
    cold plate refidgeration and deep freeze
    Profurl rollerfurling
    and lots more


  2. 1979 GulfStar SailMaster 47

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    There are basically two major categories of cruising sailors. There are the “Sailing Cruisers” and there are “Cruising Cruisers”, and a number of sub-categories in between. The first are out there to get the ‘miles under the keel’ and spend relatively little time in ports and anchorages, many having a schedule to meet or beat. The Cruising types travel at their own pace and stop to ‘smell the roses’, see some of the sights and maybe try to learn some of the culture and language. Force Nothing was designed, built and outfitted for this latter group of Cruisers. She is strong, spacious, comfortable and safe; all that make Cruising a delight as compared to a camping trip. If you are of that latter group, even to some extent, check her out, and contaxt us for more info, and the three lists of equipment, spares, tools, etc.

    DESCRIPTION SUMMARIZED:

    DECK:

    Surrounded by polished, double stainless steel, S/S, railing for maximum safety. Deck is factory-laid, light tan non-skid trimmed with white fiberglass.
    • Fore Deck – Teak & S/S bowsprit. 3,000# pull electric anchor windlass. One deck box full w/ lines, one w/ storm anchor & 250 ft. chain, and one (optional) w/ Huka & air hose. One large hatch & 6 port lights w/ eyebrows. Dinghy supports. Wave deflectors.
    • Salon Top – Life raft on supports. 9 large windows w/ storm windows. 2 hatches.
    • Aft Deck – Stern electric 500# pull anchor windlass. Bench w/ cushion and two storage lockers. One large hatch.
    • ‘Balcony’ – Solid teak grate, removable. Double S/S railing. Med-tie/swim ladder. S/S BBQ grill. Cooking table. Heavy duty S/S Davits high above a following sea. Stern anchor well below grate.
    • Cockpit/ ‘Family Room’ – Large ‘U’ shaped. Pedestal-mounted, 2-part folding table. Three benches w/ storage lockers. Five cushions. Winch for Main Sheet and Boom Brake. Two winches for jib sheets mounted on coaming accessible from in or out of the cockp…..

    Limited space available. Please contact for complete Description a d all 3 Equipment Lists.

    Equipment on Board:

    EQUIPMENT LIST #1

    List of equipment included in sale of Force Nothing.
    NOTE: Seller desires a fast sale and, IF sale price is considered
    reasonable by Seller, other equipment will be added to this list.

    DECK:
    • Double one inch S/S safety railing all around the deck,
    • Avon 4-man life raft,
    • Six solar panels (mounted on boom),
    • Two Barient 2-speed halyard winches on mast, jib and main,
    • Nine bullet-proof Lexan storm windows
    • Heavy-duty, self-tending boom brake,
    • Heavy-duty extending spinnaker pole,
    • Deck box full w/100’s of feet of lines,
    • Deck box w/ storm anchor and tackle,
    • S/S mast-mount for wind generator,
    • Eyebrows on port lights,
    • S/S mast steps to the top,
    • Folding boarding ladder, mounts on either side,
    • Wave deflectors on hatches,
    • Cushioned mounts for dinghy,
    • Aluminum extending boat pole,
    • Two S/S rail-mounted fender holders,
    • S/S rail-mounted BBQ grill,
    • Rail-mountable table for BBQ,
    • Flood lights for BBQ and fishing,

    GROUND TACKLE:
    • Nielson electric 3,000# pull fore anchor windlass,
    • Ideal electric 500# pull stern anchor windlass,
    • Bruce 66# (primary) anchor w/
    • 250ft 3/8in BBB chain,
    • CQR-type 75# storm anchor w/
    • 250ft 3/8in BBB chain,
    • CQR 45# stern anchor w/
    • 60ft 5/16in chain and
    • 200ft rode,
    • Danforth 45# back up anchor,

    SAFETY & FOUL WX:
    • Avon life raft (listed under Deck equip),
    • Two MOB poles (need flags),
    • Rail-mounted MOB ring;
    • Rail-mounted Inflatable MOB ring & pole;
    • Three top quality inflatable storm vests w/ built in heavy-duty harnesses,
    • Assorted foul wx clothes.

    DECK:
    • Double one inch S/S safety railing all around the deck,
    • Avon 4-man life raft,
    • Six solar panels (mounted on boom),
    • Two Barient 2-speed halyard winches on mast, jib and main,
    • Nine bullet-proof Lexan storm windows
    • Heavy-duty, self-tending boom brake,
    • Heavy-duty extending spinnaker pole,
    • Deck box full w/100’s of feet of lines,
    • Deck box w/ storm anchor and tackle,
    • S/S mast-mount for wind generator,
    • Eyebrows on port lights,
    • S/S mast steps to the top,
    • Folding boarding ladder, mounts on either side,
    • Wave deflectors on hatches,
    • Cushioned mounts for dinghy,
    • Aluminum extending boat pole,
    • Two S/S rail-mounted fender holders,
    • S/S rail-mounted BBQ grill,
    • Rail-mountable table for BBQ,
    • Flood lights for BBQ and fishi…..

    Limited space available. Please contact for a cl,ete Description and all 3 Equipment Lists.


  3. 1972 gulfstar center cockpit

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    1972 Gulfstar Center Cockpit,This Gulfstar 36 CC with ELECTRIC drive was 90% rebuilt in 2008 and 2009 and is docked at a fabulous live-a-board marina in beautiful downtown Stuart, Fl. Our family of 5 lived aboard there comfortably for the past 2 years.Gone With The Wind has no smelly gas, diesel or oil on board as she is powered by the 36 volt GE electric drive motor and oversized prop! She has a fiberglass hard top and full canvas enclosure, 4 sails and basic rigging, 3 anchors, and is ready for a day of sailing at any time.She does still need some things for extended cruising (Hence the low selling price) but as a live a board she needs nothing but personal items and a new family

    Equipment on Board:

    Aft master stateroom queen, midship stateroom single, salon single bunks, 2 additional children bunks, Full stand up shower, 12V electric flush toilet
    4000 watt inverter, 2000 watt portable generator, 40 amp 36V battery charger, 30 amp 12V battery charger, 110V water heater, 17000 BTU A/C with heat, smoke alarms and fire extinguishers
    double ss sink, 110V 2 burner cooktop, 110V toaster-oven, 110V microwave, 110V refrigerator with freezer
    3 anchors, misc dock lines, misc safety gear, 8 X 8 Hard Top with canvas enclosure


  4. 1976 Gulfstar 40 Hood design racer/cruiser

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Southern Star is the first yacht of 19 of the Ted Hood/GulfStar collaboration to produce the GulfStar 40 cruiser racer. This sloop built to higher performance standards than any of the other Gulfstar models of her day went on to claim her fame and take ocean racing silver. Her hull is Airex cored unlike the later hulls of this model that followed her which are balsa cored. She is a true cruiser/racer with classic lines and cruising comfort down below. Her shoal draft “whale” hull with centerboard makes her an excellent choice for cruising her home waters of Florida and the Bahamas. Her current owner is a naval architect/marine surveyor/boat builder that has been in the yacht yard business in the Tampa Bay area for many years. He has consistently and professionally maintained and upgraded her. For the buyer looking for a shoal draft comfortable cruiser with known true performance she represents an excellent value. SELLER WOULD BE WILLING TO TAKE A SMALLER TRADITIONAL YACHT WITH A LOWER VERTICAL CLEARANCE OR A TRAWLER IN A PARTIAL TRADE. HE IS NOT AFRAID OF WOOD BUT DOES NOT WANT A PROJECT BOAT.

    Equipment on Board:

    Fresh water cooled Perkins 4-108 main engine, Borg Warner Velvet Drive, and Walter V drive overhauled and installed in 11/’08 with new flexible mounts.
    Fire rated fuel hose (new 2002).
    Dripless type shaft seal.
    Racor fuel filters for main engine and generator with fuel vacuum gauge for engine.
    Phasor 3.5 Kw generator under stbd. cockpit seat. 117.4 generator hours.
    ProMariner Protech 1230i battery charger (new 2008).
    Main engine and house battery banks, all are AGM batteries (new 2008).
    Rotary Air 17,000 BTU reverse cycle air conditioning with digital controls.
    Airex cored hull and balsa cored deck. Awlgrip painted hull and deck.
    Bottom relaminated with epoxy resin 2005.
    Last bottom paint job 2009.
    Bowmar deck hatches with Lexan lights (new 2002).
    All thru hulls and seacocks replaced with Marelon 2006.
    Fiberglass centerboard. Dropped in 2/’09, pin examined, pin retainer bolts replaced with 316 stainless steel, and pendant replaced with Spectra.
    Fixed windows (new 2006) and openning ports (new 2007) in trunk cabin.
    Keelson stepped single spreader aluminum Hood Yacht Systems mast and internal line boom.
    Furlex jib headstay furler.
    Stainless steel Navtec rod rigging.
    2 Barient #32 stainless steel sheet winches.
    2 Barient #22 sheet winches.
    2 Barient #21 stainless steel halyard winches.
    1 Barient #22 anodized halyard winch.
    Paul Luke stainless steel centerboard pendant winch (overhauled 2009).
    Dutchman rig for main.
    Main sheet traveler and boom blocks replaced 2006.
    Dacron Main, 130% Genoa, cruising spinnaker with stuffer, tall boy with foil luff, and storm jib with foil luff.
    Adjustable Aluminum rod vang.
    Chain plates examined and refitted 1997.
    2 Barient #28 stainless steel sheet winches.
    1 Barient #22 stainless steel sheet winch.
    2 Barinet #22 stainless steel halyard winches.
    1 Barient #16 stainless steel halyard winch.
    Stainless steel and Dacron running back stays.
    Schaeffer blocks and fairleads.
    Stainless steel halyard bail at base of mast.
    Sunbrella sail covers.


  5. 1986 Gulfstar 54 Sailcruiser Reduced 50k

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Absolutely georgous Gulfstar 54 Sailmaster.
    The boat has been maintained and upgraded thru this ownership and is in Bristol condition.
    These boats are comfortable, seaworthy and stylish.
    She features twin 66 hp Yanmar diesels, generator, air, watermaker, new sails, custom fridge/freezer and so much more.

    Equipment on Board:

    Please call for the equipment list and all the upgrades that have been done to this boat, it is extensive!


  6. 1978 Gulfstar Auxiliary Ketch

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    ” Miss Sherry” is a remarkable example of a trditional well maintained Gulfstar Cruising Ketch.She has been kept in the traditional seagoing style of the Gulfstar 43 with consistent upgrades to her electrical, mechanical and instrumentation systems. A perfect two stateroom, two head boat ready to cruise blue or coastal or live aboard comfortably. She is turnkey ready to go and the owner is anxious. Listed at $64,000.00 make offers. She is located in Key West,Florida. Please contact Vanessa Linsley directly for full specs and more details; (# removed) or vlinsley@floridayacht.com

    Equipment on Board:


  7. 1987 Gulfstar

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    “Sirena” has 77hp Twin Yanmar engines. Electric Sails. Bottom Cleaned, sanded and repainted in 2008. Starting forward, there is a head with separate stall shower. Moving aft is the port guest cabin with upper and lower berths. The starboard guest cabin is opposite, also with upper and lower berths. The Amidships guest cabin follows with offset double berth and a head with separate stall shower is opposite, along with the laundry area. Next is the main salon area with L-shaped seating to port and fold out dining table. There is a comfortable recliner chair opposite with a bar area and nav station. The galley is to port with a walk-thru to the master cabin. A centerline queen berth with en suite head and separate tub/shower completes the owner’s cabin.
    A complete survey was done in 2006 with all recommendations addressed.

    Equipment on Board:

    Hot & cold water pressure system,
    Twin stainless steel galley sinks, Custom 7 cu ft refrigerator / 110V with holding plate,
    Custom 4 cu ft freezer / 110V with holding plate,
    GE Spacemaker II microwave,
    Black & Decker coffeemaker’
    U-Line icemaker (main salon)


  8. 1983 Gulfstar 36

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    ‘Starship’ is one of twenty-three Gulfstar 36 Aft-Cockpit sloops built between 1983 and 1985. Gulfstar is known for quality construction and the 36 is known for likeable sailing characteristics. ‘Starship’ is outfitted with an Air-X Wind Generator, Isotherm Refrigeration, a Yanmar 27hp diesel repower in 1995 and more.

    Contact Casey Miller at (# removed) or casey@fleetyachtsales.com.

    Specs
    Builder: Gulfstar
    Designer: Richard Lazzara

    Dimensions
    LOA: 36’1″
    Beam: 12′
    LWL: 30’4″
    Maximum Draft: 4’9″
    Displacement: 13,900
    Ballast: 5,500 lbs.

    Equipment on Board:

    1995 Yanmar 27hp diesel

    Spacious v-berth, hanging locker with dressing seat to port, cabinet beneath the berth and shelves running the length of the berth on both sides

    Large head compartment containing a separate, full-size stall shower and an updated manual marine head.

    A cavernous salon is situated aft of the head, with port and starboard bench seating and a propane Force 10 heater mounted on the port bulkhead to take the chill out of the air on cool days.

    ‘Starship’ is equipped with 120v AC shore power system that powers three 120v outlets and a domestic 6 gallon hot water heater(also plumbed into engine coolant loop), and three 120v outlets.

    On the DC side, she’s powered by (3) Group 27 gel-cell batteries. The 12v breaker panel is mounted adjacent to the AC breaker panel just below the companionway threshold and has an newer three-position battery switch. Pressure water, generous cabin lighting, shower sump and bilge pumps, and efficient Isotherm refrigeration highlight the DC accessories.

    AirX 400w wind generator. Included with the boat is a loose solar panel that can be installed on deck to supplement the AirX wind generator.

    •Autohelm 4000 Wheel-Pilot
    •Garmin 182 GPS/Chartplotter
    •Datamarine Depth
    •Autohelm ST-30 Wind
    •Standard Horizon Eclipse VHF radio
    •Jensen CD3010X CD/Stereo Receiver, MP3-Ready

    Blue canvas dodger,
    Generous anchor locker, Stainless bow cleats and chocks

    The mast is an aluminum single-spreader with stainless wire rigging that is keel-stepped. Internal halyards are controlled using mast-mounted Barient 10 and 18 halyard winches. The mainsheet uses a dedicated Barient 21 on the port side of the cabin house at the companionway and the genoa sheets are managed at the cockpit coaming by two Barient 25s. The sail inventory is comprised of a Hood double-reef dacron mainsail, a Hood System 3 roller-furling dacron genoa, and a roller-furling working jib.

    ‘Starship’ is equipped with wheel steering and pedastal-mounted engine controls.

    The engine compartment is quite large, so there is ample engine access from all angles. A large access panel in the port cockpit locker creates access to the rear of the engine, transmission, prop shaft, and 6-gallon domestic hot water heater that’s mounted at the aft end of the engine compartment.

    Additional
    •Danforth 18# anchor
    •Danforth 22# anchor
    •5/8″ nylon rode
    •8′ Eli Fiberglass Dinghy (no engine)
    •Three fire extinguishers
    •Cockpit Cushions
    •Life Sling
    •Four fenders
    •Three docklines
    •Telescoping boat hook

    Disclaimer
    The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  9. 1980 Gulfstar 47 Sailmaster

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    1980 Gulfstar 47 Sailmaster – cutter rig. Complete refit 2(# removed): engine, electronics, sails, standing and running rigging (all sails roller furling w/ electric winches), bow-thruster, etc…etc…practically a new boat – over $300,000 spent since 2006.

    1/3rd partnership offered for $100,000. For more info visit our web site www.sailboatpartnership.org or email wesuddath@yahoo.com

    With a/c, hot & cold pressure water, two heads – both w/ showers, propane stove, microwave, refrigerator, freezer, ice maker, 195 gallons fuel and 350 gallons water, Layla is ready to go anywhere and stay awhile.

    Equipment on Board:

    Genoa and Staysail are on Harkin roller furlers. Main is on a new Schaefer In-Boom roller furling system – Gamma model.
    New mast and boom 2008
    2 Andersen model 62 electric winches for the genoa sheets – new 2008
    1 Anderson model 46 electric winch for main sheet, also used to furl main, genoa & staysail – 2008
    3 Barient #8 manual winches
    All new standing rigging in 2008
    All new running rigging in 2008, (except for genoa and staysail Harkin furlers)
    Ideal Windlass, electric, factory rebuilt in 2008

    The hull and cabin top were algriped in 2008. All Thru-hulls and seacocks replaced 2008.

    Galley:
    Force 10 3 burner propane stove w/ oven – new 2008
    Microwave
    Top loading refrigerator and separate freezer, new compressor 2009
    Ice Maker

    Mechanical & Engine:
    Yanmar 160 hp diesel engine model 4LHA-HTP installed new in 2006 with 350 hours and oversized 135A alternator.
    Vetus 8” Bow Thruster – 2008
    A/C is CruiseAir , Two separate systems – These units also provide heat in reverse cycle.

    Electrical:
    Two group 31 AGM batteries (new 2005), 6 group 27 AGM (new 2005), generator starting battery, 2 6V windlass batteries (new 2008), 12V bow thruster battery w/ separate charger (new 2008) – all with Zap Stop safety switches
    110V AC electrical system
    12V DC electrical system
    Trace 2500 watt inverter w/ 50A automatic battery charger
    Battery monitor – new 2006
    Northern Lights 9 kW diesel generator – new 2009, less than 10 hours
    135A alternator w/ 3 stage regulator – new 2006

    Electronics:
    Raymarine E120 Chart Plotter, GPS, Auto Pilot – 2008
    Raymarine ST60 Wind Speed/Direction, Boat Speed, Depth – 2008
    Raymarine 4kW Radar integrated into E120 w/ chart overlay and MARPA Target Tracking – 2008
    Wilson cell antenna and signal booster – 2008
    Dell PC – 2008
    AT&T cellular modem – access internet offshore, get latest weather, news, email – new 2008
    SeaTalk LAN to connect PC to the E120 – 2008
    Icom VHF w/ remote mike at steering pedestal – new 2008
    Icom SSB

    Anchors, Dinghy & Safety Gear:
    66 # Bruce anchor w/ 200 feet of new chain
    45 # CQR anchor w/ 180 feet of chain
    RU type 8.5″ inflatable dinghy w/ 4hp Yamaha outboard
    EPERB type II, registered, new 2008
    Hand held VHF and Hand Held GPS – new 2007
    New life lines – 2009


  10. 1972 Gulfstar Center cockpit

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Inboard, 4 cylinder, 81 H.P. Diesel, Ford/Leyhman, 110 gal. fuel tank, fixed single prop, 4.0 Yanmar generator 2008, inverter with 6 batteries installed 2008, marine battery charger installed 2008, hydraulic steering with wheel, fiberglass/composite hull, 12 foot beam, full keel with 3’ draft, cockpit bimini, dodger, Danforth anchor, new main sail 2008, new sail cover 2008, experienced 110 and 150 foresails good condition, swim step and boarding ladder, both cabins with Duel Therm air conditioners and heat installed 2008, 2 enclosed heads each with holding tanks, aft cabin shower, horseshoe buoy, flare gun kit, smoke signal kit, first aid kit, 3 fire extinguishers, 12 life vests, two 30 amp service ports, misc. tools, parts, ropes and lines, bottom done 2007, cockpit cushions 2009, cockpit mattresses 2009, cockpit mosquito screen 2009,V berth mattress covers 2008, stern cabin mattress 2008, 80 gal. fresh water tank, both cabins with refrigerator/freezers, microwave new 2008, three burner glass electric cook top installed 2008, toaster oven, coffee maker, rail-mounted BBQ grill, RCA TV 25 inch. Vessel is ready to go. Perfect liveaboard.

    Equipment on Board:

    All listed in the previous description