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  1. 1985 Nauticat 33

    December 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Contact Boat owner Larry @ (# removed) or leaubry@gmail.com New on market – A very nice fin keel Nauticat 33! Only 1,185 hours. Agapé is an exceptional nice Nauticat 33. She has been well maintained by her owner and reflects a “pride of ownership”. A classic NC-33 layout featuring an aft owners-cabin with ensuite head, sink in hidden vanity cabinet, fabulous storage, and large double berth. The vee-berth is a good sized doubled with storage, great ventilation and light. Aft of the vee-berth is a second head with shower, sink, and storage. The lower dinette also converts to a double berth. The pilothouse is great for sailing and entertaining with sun roof, and doors on both sides providing good ventilation. It has a panoramic view, full interior controls and instrumentation, and large seating areas with table. The galley is located opposite of the dinette. There is a stove and oven, with proper solenoid control for the propane system. A stainless steel double sink has hot and cold pressurized water, plus a foot pump, with a large water filter. A microwave oven and a lot of storage. Call or email for complete specs.

    Equipment on Board:


  2. 1983 Nauticat 38 Pilothouse

    December 3, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    THIS VESSEL IS LISTED BY A CALIFORNIA LICENSED YACHT BROKER:
    OCEANIC YACHT SALES, INC.
    308 HARBOR DRIVE
    SAUSALITO, CA 94965
    LICENSE NO. B-(# removed)8-CM
    The Nauticat 38 has been in production since 1975. Nauticats are built in Finland and are renowned for
    their reputation to go just about anywhere in any type of weather. The staysail ketch rig allows for lots
    of sail options and the trusty Ford diesel is ultra-reliable. This particular example was launched in 1983
    and is well-equipped for cruising. September 2008 survey available. Check out her specifications and
    make an appointment to see this excellent cruising yacht!

    Equipment on Board:

    Accommodations: Bow stateroom with large V-berth and filler panel, forward head with Lavac toilet, dinette with new cushions which converts into a double berth. 3 steps up is the pilothouse which has the helm on center, and an L-shaped settee with new cushions and sliding doors on each side. Overhead is a sliding sunroof. Master stateroom has an athwartships double berth. Forward is the master head, which has a Lavac toilet and tile countertop and sole.
    Galley
    Redone refer/freezer
    with cold-plate system, Mobilife stove w/2 burners plus oven, Emerson microwave oven, dual stainless steel sinks, w/pressure & manual fresh water and sea water faucets.
    Exterior & Ground Tackle: 45 lb. plow anchor with 300′ of 5/8″ chain and 5/8″ nylon rope rode, saltwater deck washdown, NECO electric windlass with foot & remote switches, 45 lb. Danforth, a 55lb. Fortress anchor in a vinyl bag.
    Foredeck, side decks and aft deck are teak planked (needs some caulking and refastening). 1/4″ storm windows mount over pilothouse windshield and side windows. White mesh window covers for windshield and side windows. Sunroof has a canvas
    cover. Aft deck has helm with windscreen, bench seats with cushions, dinghy davits and swim platform.
    Sails & Rigging
    • Mainsail by Lee Sails (2008)
    • Mizzen by UK Sails (full batten (2008)
    • Staysail
    • Yankee jib with high-cut clew by Lee Sails (2008)
    • Storm Jib in orange (2008)
    • Trysail in orange (2008)
    • Cruising Spinnaker (like new)
    • Star-cut reaching spinnaker in launch bag by Lee Sails
    Spinnaker pole, removable staysail stay, staysail traveler, running backstays on the main mast.
    Engine, Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing
    Ford in soundproof box, hydraulic Borg-Warner transmission rebuilt in 2008, PYI dripless shaft seal (2006) with PYI
    flex coupling (2007) and a Shark brand shaft cutter (2008), 3-blade MaxProp (2006) provides thrust, automatic fire extinguisher system, 170 amp alternator,
    8hp Sidepower bow thruster with dual joystick contollers (2004), Teleflex hydraulic steering unit, Espar DLC3 diesel forced air cabin heater (1997), Marine Air 14,000 BTU reverse cycle air conditioning & heating system (2008), two banks of (2) 6V DC batteries for 500 amps total (2012), Heart 2500watt inverter/130 amp charger (2007). 3 solar panels, (1) 85 watt and (2) 55 watt, connected to a Sunsei CC20000D controller/monitor, PUR 80 watermaker, 25 gal. water heater, (3) B10 fire extinguishers, Fire alarms in each cabin, Raymarine ST60 Multifunction depth/speed/wind indicator, RAM microphone for ICOM VHF, Alpha Spectra autopilot (rebuilt) w/hydraulic cutoff, NASA navtex display, Standard Horizon CP180 chartplotter, Raymarine SL70C GPS/ Radar, Raymarine ST60 Tridata Depth/Speed/Log, Raymarine ST60 Wind, Standard Horizon Spectrum VHF radio, Standard handheld VHF, Collision Avoidance Radar Detector (C.A.R.D.), Furuno Weatherfax 207 (aft cabin), Kenwood TKM 707 SSB radio, West AM/FM/CD stereo, Boston Clock & Barometer, Insignia TV-DVD player, Samsung flat screen TV
    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.


  3. 1986 Nauticat Motorsailor

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    The Nauticat 33 has a wonderful interior pilothouse that is ideal for four-season cruising or a winter cruise to the Caribbean. The pilothouse area has panaramic view and full interior controls and instrumentation. What makes the pilothouse so popular is the seating areas with table, all with a great view out for the crew. Imagine eating a casual breakfast in the spacious pilothouse while watching dolphins on the way….this does not happen in most sailboats!

    “Spirit In The Sky” has the classic NC-33 layout featuring an aft owners-cabin with in-suite head, fabulous storage and large double size berth. The vee-berth is a nicely sized double with great ventilation and light. Aft of the vee-berth is a second head with shower. The lower dinette also converts to a double berth, and the pilothouse has a single convertible pilot berth.

    Forward cabin w/ double vee berth, with cstom cabinet below
    Forward head w/ shower
    Aft owners cabin w/ double berth
    Aft head in private aft cabin
    Lower dinette – seats 4-6
    Pilot berth in pilothouse
    Interior finish – Teak – hand rubbed

    Equipment on Board:

    Xantrax Dr. Series power inverter charger (2009)
    Xantrax Monitor system
    (4) x 6V/DC, & (2) 12V/DC batteries, all combined & rewired with fuses, etc (2009)
    Kiss wind generator
    Victron 2500 watt inverter & 120 amp Converter
    30 amp/ 110 Volt shore power

    Pilothouse boats are ideal for the navigator. “Spiriy In The Sky” has a spacious chart table that is sized for full size charts. Electronics are layed out above the chart table and at the forward edge. This arrangement allows the helmsan a clear view while staying organized.

    Raytheon radar
    Navonics Gold Chartplotter & GPS
    Compass – Suunto (2ea)
    Depth – Seafarer 700
    Knotmeter – VDO
    Log – VDO
    Auto pilot – Navico Powerpilot Hydraulic w/ remote
    Stereo – Sony AM/FM/CASS
    Deck-stepped aluminum main and mizzen masts
    Aluminum boom vang
    Stainless steel wire standing rigging
    (2) Anderson #10 one speed winches
    (2) Lewmar #30 two speed winches
    Dacron main and mizzen sails
    Dacron 120% genoa
    Storm jib
    Profurl roller furling
    Lazy Jacks
    All running rigging routed to aft helm


  4. 1984 Nauticat 36

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Sisu is a 1984 Nauticat 36 Cutter Ketch, Finnish built with solid hull and decks. I cut a larger hole for a new solar powered vent last summer and was simply amazed at the thickness of the hull and the teak on the deck – astonishing. Lots of upgrades in recent years, some new equipment on the boat still waiting to be installed – I’ve been knocking things off the list one at a time for the last two years, starting with the hidden infrastructure things and leaving some of the cosmetic stuff for later. I’ve been well up to date on all filters, oils, antifreeze, zincs, bottom paint, etc. Plenty of spare parts on board, too.
    This boat has not been sitting – we’ve sailed her and spent more than a month living on her each of the past two years. If you are already familiar with Nauticats, then you know what a gem these yachts are. If you are new to them, then welcome – you’ll be amazed. There is a very active owners’ association online – lots of folks offering advice and their experience. Two different U.S. businesses supply parts for the Lehman super 90. She sails great.

    Equipment on Board:

    Highlights:
    Double bunk in aft cabin, dual steering stations, two heads, Webasto diesel heater, Lehman SP90 in very good condition – 1500 hours, Borg Warner 7200 series trans, Dripless shaft seal, newer A/C wiring/box, Lewmar winches, new backup bilge pumps, wiring, hoses – electric and manual, newer VHF, depth, speedo, Raytheon GPS, Radar, Autopilot with remote, C70 plotter, refrigeration, 6 person Crewsaver liferaft (needs recert.), new aft danforth anchor mount, new aft dinghy outboard mount, new Lifesling, EPIRB, Walker Bay 8’ Rigid Inflatable Dinghy with Yamaha 2HP outboard (negotiable with boat – I’d like to keep these), new dock lines, new fenders, 1 year old 8D battery, Documented and Insured, even have most original manuals on boat, along with sales brochures from Siltala.

    Still to be installed/hooked up:
    Pur watermaker, Air-X wind generator, lazy jack system, AIS, MMSI capable VHF (VHF is installed, just haven’t gotten and plugged in an MMSI number yet), NIB Parker/Racor fuel polishing system, new stainless engine exhaust elbow.
    I have a 2 year old survey I can share with a serious buyer – replacement cost of $560,000, Fair Market Value: $120,000.


  5. 2000 Nauticat 321 Pilothouse

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    The Nauticat 321 is a pilothouse sailing yacht with classic style and roomy accommodations. She is designed to handle fair and foul weather with cockpit and pilothouse helm stations. Whether you are planning a weekend getaway or a cruise to the islands this 32′ Nauticat is ready to accommodate. She features large cockpit and comfortable interior with two staterooms.

    Equipment on Board:


  6. 1985 Nauticat Pilot House

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Pilot house saloon has a large settee. Dual Steering All weather vessel.
    Well Maintained to highest standards. Many upgrades. Belmar 110A alt/reg. Navman autopilot, Northstar & Garman chart plotter, Furano Radar,Depth, Speed.Isotherm 12vdc refer.Reverse cycle A/C-heating, engine heater in pilot house. PSS shaft seal. Barrior coated bottom

    Equipment on Board:

    Mac Sail Main & 140% Genoa new in 04,serviced 07 with e Mizzen sail and Asymmetrical Spinnaker,Hood furling. Faircloth wintercover&frame. Aft deck awning. 150ft chain rode/electric windless. Todd 5 star helm seat.


  7. 1975 Nauticat Nauticat 33

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    The “Grand Old Lady” of Nauticat production. A real house on the sea, with great interior spaces: you can live, steer and have a dinner in the saloon. There is an other large dinette behind the kitchen. Two large cabins and two separated toilets, one with shower. The boat has been manteined with love in very good care and is ready to navigate. Main deck with perfect teak planking. Soon new pictures.

    Equipment on Board:

    Engine Perkins 90HP/2400RPM easly accesible, properly ventilated and sound insulated, acoustic alert for water and oil pressure and temperature; fuel tanks 2×300 ltr (for a range of 800 nm approx.) speed 8,5 knots abt 1900rpm/9 knots abt 2400rpm. Inside steering station; complete wind station; NECO autohelm; 2 vhf; compass: 1 neco, 1 airguide; eco-scandaglio; electric winch for anchor; bilge pumps: 2 electric, 1 manual; heating system webasto. Sails: main sail, mizzen sail; genova and stormy sail.


  8. 1981 Nauticat Nauticat 44 Schooner

    October 16, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Specificaton
    L.O.A. – 13.7m
    L.W.L. – 12.8m
    Beam – 3.7m
    Draft – 1.8m
    Ballast – 5 tons
    Cabins –3
    Berths – 6
    Water tank – 850 l
    Fuel tank – 1200 l
    Windage — 85m²
    Mainsail – 28,5 m²
    Genoa –27,5 m²
    Height of the mast above water– 16,3 m

    Equipment on Board:

    Technical data
    Internal steering pedestal, external steering pedestal, electric hold winch, bow thruster, shore supply 220 V, battery charger, main switch, wiper, anchor, anchor chain, hydraulic windlass, davits, pressurized water system, navigation lights.
    Navigation
    Automatic pilot, GPS with chart plotter, radar, magnetic compass, slighting compass, VHF communicator, NAVTEX, echo sounder, log, wind indicator, binocular.
    Exterior
    Bathing platform with bathing ladder, teak wood on desk floor, awning, guard rail, fenders, air boat with outboard engine.
    Interior
    Central marine air conditioning cold/heat with layout in every cabin, gas cooker with oven, kitchen sink, electric refrigerator with icebox, cockpit sprayhood, , cockpit-shower, 2 heads with shower.
    Multimedia
    TV-antenna, TV-set, CD-DVD, FM –receiver, speakers in cockpit.
    Sails
    2 masts, furling headsails, mainsail.


  9. 1986 Nauticat Motorsailor

    October 15, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    The Nauticat 33 has a wonderful interior pilothouse that is ideal for four-season cruising or a winter cruise to the Caribbean. The pilothouse area has panaramic view and full interior controls and instrumentation. What makes the pilothouse so popular is the seating areas with table, all with a great view out for the crew. Imagine eating a casual breakfast in the spacious pilothouse while watching dolphins on the way….this does not happen in most sailboats!

    “Spirit In The Sky” has the classic NC-33 layout featuring an aft owners-cabin with in-suite head, fabulous storage and large double size berth. The vee-berth is a nicely sized double with great ventilation and light. Aft of the vee-berth is a second head with shower. The lower dinette also converts to a double berth, and the pilothouse has a single convertible pilot berth.

    Forward cabin w/ double vee berth, with cstom cabinet below
    Forward head w/ shower
    Aft owners cabin w/ double berth
    Aft head in private aft cabin
    Lower dinette – seats 4-6
    Pilot berth in pilothouse
    Interior finish – Teak – hand rubbed

    Equipment on Board:

    Xantrax Dr. Series power inverter charger (2009)
    Xantrax Monitor system
    (4) x 6V/DC, & (2) 12V/DC batteries, all combined & rewired with fuses, etc (2009)
    Kiss wind generator
    Victron 2500 watt inverter & 120 amp Converter
    30 amp/ 110 Volt shore power

    Pilothouse boats are ideal for the navigator. “Spiriy In The Sky” has a spacious chart table that is sized for full size charts. Electronics are layed out above the chart table and at the forward edge. This arrangement allows the helmsan a clear view while staying organized.

    Raytheon radar
    Navonics Gold Chartplotter & GPS
    Compass – Suunto (2ea)
    Depth – Seafarer 700
    Knotmeter – VDO
    Log – VDO
    Auto pilot – Navico Powerpilot Hydraulic w/ remote
    Stereo – Sony AM/FM/CASS
    Deck-stepped aluminum main and mizzen masts
    Aluminum boom vang
    Stainless steel wire standing rigging
    (2) Anderson #10 one speed winches
    (2) Lewmar #30 two speed winches
    Dacron main and mizzen sails
    Dacron 120% genoa
    Storm jib
    Profurl roller furling
    Lazy Jacks
    All running rigging routed to aft helm


  10. 1983 Nauticat Pilothouse 43 Ketch

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Nauticat 43 comes standard ketch rig, keel stepped mast, spade rudder and a Ford Lehman 90 hp diesel which was rebuilt in 2001. Full array of new Raytheon Electronics installed in 2010. Standing Rigging replaced in 2009. Sails include furling main, furling genoa, furling staysail, furling mizzen, and custom storm sail.

    Equipment on Board:

    Electric windlass
    Bow Thruster
    Water Maker
    Mastervolt Battery Charger
    Mastervolt Inverter
    Folding Wheel at Helm
    Kohler 8.5kw generator 2010
    VacuFlush toilet plumbed to fresh water system.
    For complete listing specs and photos see our website www.integrityyachtsales.com