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  1. 1978 Peterson Peterson 34

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    If you are a family looking for a sailboat that races well and also allows for comfortable, entertaining cruises, RAGTIME is for you! There exists nothing better than to actually participate in sports and nature with your children, not just spectate. This solid, SAFE, sailboat is kid-friendly, but party friendly as well!

    Equipment on Board:

    4 sets of sails, trustworthy Yanmar engine, Harken roller/furler, interior designed by a gal skipper – only boat I know where a 5’10” gal skipper can stand inside cabin…with heels!


  2. 1979 Peterson 44

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Boat interior high point is storage.

    Phrf was 54. This boat does 7 knots in 15 knots of wind or less. Major problem with this boat is slowing her down. She is stiff and does not heel easily. It is easily sailed by two people. She can sleep 5. We motorsail at 6.5 knots and 3/4 gallons per hour.

    Here is some information about her.

    1979 Peterson 44 IOR (Led Sled). Aluminum Hull, 8.5′ draft, 41′ on deck, 44′ overall, 13’10” wide. Striped bare, insulated, paneled, re-bulkheaded, new floor plan. U.S. Documented, Live aboard & Cruise ready.

    Equipment on Board:

    Engine: VW Pathfinder 1.6 lt, 50 hp 500 hrs, Prop: 3 blade low drag Campbell Prop, Transmission: Hurth, no heat exchanger required, Fuel: Diesel, 75 gal., Water: 85 Gal., Watermaker: Katadyn, Power Survivor 80E, Electric Windless: 12 Volt with remote
    Anchor: 66# Bruce, Chain: 185 feet, Rode: 130 feet, Drogues: 2, Roller Furler: Profurl, Lazy Jacks: yes, Hard Vang: Garhauer, Spinaker Pole: 1 Heavy Duty, Whisker Pole: 1 Adjust, Mainsail: Three Reef 5 fullbatten (Tappered) on strong track system, Sails: 4 headsails, 1 Spinaker with sock, 1 ATN Storm Jib, Boom Brake: 1, Winches: 2 large 3 speed self tail primary winches, 5 Self tail, Rope Clutches: Garhauer, 2 3-gang, 1 2-gang, 2-single, Radar: Furuno on folding pole, GPS: 1 Garmin 120, Depth Sounder: Navman, Auto Pilot: Raymarine 4000 Mark II, Windvane: Monitor, Solar Panels: 2 – 120 watt with xantrex controller
    Alternator: 100 Amp Balmar with 3 step controller, Batteries: 7 AGM , 1 maint. free, Inverters: 2 – 1500 watt, 1000 watt, BBQ Grill: Magma Propane, Dinghy Eng. Lift: 1, Propane Tanks: 2 – fiberglass 5 gallon w/shut off, Stove/Oven: Magic Chief 3 burner w/oven, Sinks: 2 SS,
    Head: 1 Lavac, frige: 1 – 7.2,
    TV.


  3. 1988 Peterson center cockpit

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Original One Owner Vessel – Semi Custom Built To ABS (American Bureau of Shipping) Standards – by Formosa Boat Building (Cruising World 1987 “a near legend in the industry”)

    Designed by Doug Peterson – Three Time America’s Cup Winning Designer – For Speed and Performance in a Cruising Yacht

    Easily Managed by a Couple – or Single-Handed – She is an Ideal Cruising Vessel

    (2) Large Comfortable Staterooms, Both En-Suite with Head & Shower – Plus Captain/Crew Mid berth – Complete U-Shaped Galley, Convenient to Main Companionway, and Cockpit – Numerous Hanging Lockers & Large Storage Cabinets Throughout Vessel –

    Beautifully Finished Teak Interior w/White overheads & Uppers in the Herreshoff Style – 26 Opening Ports & Hatches for Light & Excellent Ventilation

    Extensive Custom Hood Sails Inventory – Newer Rigging w/Sta-Lock Fittings – All Halyard & Sail Controls Led to Cockpit

    Large Center Cockpit w/Bimini and Several Removable Sun Shades -Fore & Aft Companionways – Wide Walk-a-Round Decks – Dual Capstan SS Electric Windlass and Unique Custom SS Protective Bow Fitting w/Dual SS Anchor Rollers

    Full Electronics Package For Blue Water Cruising – Molded Modified Fin Keel w/Encapsulated Lead Ballast – Skeg Hung Rudder – Solid Teak Capped Bulwarks – and Built-in Rubbing Strake for Hull Protection

    One of the finest cruising vessels ever built with all of the necessary gear and equipment for your next adventure. This vessel’s construction was supervised by her experienced owners who have cruised her extensively throughout the Caribbean. Never chartered, raced or damaged,
    THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO OWN A FINE YACHT, IN BRISTOL CONDITION, FULLY EQUIPPED, AND READY TO GO CRUISING.

    Equipment on Board:


  4. 1979 Peterson 44

    October 15, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Boat interior high point is storage.

    Phrf was 54. This boat does 7 knots in 15 knots of wind or less. Major problem with this boat is slowing her down. She is stiff and does not heel easily. It is easily sailed by two people. She can sleep 5. We motorsail at 6.5 knots and 3/4 gallons per hour.

    Here is some information about her.

    1979 Peterson 44 IOR (Led Sled). Aluminum Hull, 8.5′ draft, 41′ on deck, 44′ overall, 13’10” wide. Striped bare, insulated, paneled, re-bulkheaded, new floor plan. U.S. Documented, Live aboard & Cruise ready.

    Equipment on Board:

    Engine: VW Pathfinder 1.6 lt, 50 hp 500 hrs, Prop: 3 blade low drag Campbell Prop, Transmission: Hurth, no heat exchanger required, Fuel: Diesel, 75 gal., Water: 85 Gal., Watermaker: Katadyn, Power Survivor 80E, Electric Windless: 12 Volt with remote
    Anchor: 66# Bruce, Chain: 185 feet, Rode: 130 feet, Drogues: 2, Roller Furler: Profurl, Lazy Jacks: yes, Hard Vang: Garhauer, Spinaker Pole: 1 Heavy Duty, Whisker Pole: 1 Adjust, Mainsail: Three Reef 5 fullbatten (Tappered) on strong track system, Sails: 4 headsails, 1 Spinaker with sock, 1 ATN Storm Jib, Boom Brake: 1, Winches: 2 large 3 speed self tail primary winches, 5 Self tail, Rope Clutches: Garhauer, 2 3-gang, 1 2-gang, 2-single, Radar: Furuno on folding pole, GPS: 1 Garmin 120, Depth Sounder: Navman, Auto Pilot: Raymarine 4000 Mark II, Windvane: Monitor, Solar Panels: 2 – 120 watt with xantrex controller
    Alternator: 100 Amp Balmar with 3 step controller, Batteries: 7 AGM , 1 maint. free, Inverters: 2 – 1500 watt, 1000 watt, BBQ Grill: Magma Propane, Dinghy Eng. Lift: 1, Propane Tanks: 2 – fiberglass 5 gallon w/shut off, Stove/Oven: Magic Chief 3 burner w/oven, Sinks: 2 SS,
    Head: 1 Lavac, frige: 1 – 7.2,
    TV.


  5. 1977 Peterson 34

    October 6, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Successful racer in the late 70s and 80s in SoCal. On the hard since 1994. Lots of potential, but definitely a project boat, needs complete gut and refit.

    Picture below is from 1987 Marina del Rey-San Diego race.

    Equipment on Board:

    Sparcraft rig (mast and boom), 8 sails in good condition. All winches are there, rudder, tiller, Martec folding prop. Needs new instruments, electronics, etc. Previously had a 2 cylinder Universal diesel, but there is no engine currently installed.


  6. 1977 PETERSON 1977

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    34′ Peterson 1977 Sloop with an extensive sail inventory. Eleven sails including three mains and 4 assorted spinnakers. New running rigging. New speed reef. Kevlar main. Engine rebuilt with low hours. New bottom paint. Recent survey.

    Equipment on Board:


  7. 1977 PETERSON 34′

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Ready to race and win with an extensive sail inventory. Eleven sails including three mains and 4 assorted spinnakers. New running rigging. New speed reef. Kevlar main. Engine rebuilt with low hours. New bottom paint. Recent survey

    Equipment on Board:


  8. 1988 Peterson center cockpit

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Original One Owner Vessel – Semi Custom Built To ABS (American Bureau of Shipping) Standards – by Formosa Boat Building (Cruising World 1987 “a near legend in the industry”)

    Designed by Doug Peterson – Three Time America’s Cup Winning Designer – For Speed and Performance in a Cruising Yacht

    Easily Managed by a Couple – or Single-Handed – She is an Ideal Cruising Vessel

    (2) Large Comfortable Staterooms, Both En-Suite with Head & Shower – Plus Captain/Crew Mid berth – Complete U-Shaped Galley, Convenient to Main Companionway, and Cockpit – Numerous Hanging Lockers & Large Storage Cabinets Throughout Vessel –

    Beautifully Finished Teak Interior w/White overheads & Uppers in the Herreshoff Style – 26 Opening Ports & Hatches for Light & Excellent Ventilation

    Extensive Custom Hood Sails Inventory – Newer Rigging w/Sta-Lock Fittings – All Halyard & Sail Controls Led to Cockpit

    Large Center Cockpit w/Bimini and Several Removable Sun Shades -Fore & Aft Companionways – Wide Walk-a-Round Decks – Dual Capstan SS Electric Windlass and Unique Custom SS Protective Bow Fitting w/Dual SS Anchor Rollers

    Full Electronics Package For Blue Water Cruising – Molded Modified Fin Keel w/Encapsulated Lead Ballast – Skeg Hung Rudder – Solid Teak Capped Bulwarks – and Built-in Rubbing Strake for Hull Protection

    One of the finest cruising vessels ever built with all of the necessary gear and equipment for your next adventure. This vessel’s construction was supervised by her experienced owners who have cruised her extensively throughout the Caribbean. Never chartered, raced or damaged,
    THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO OWN A FINE YACHT, IN BRISTOL CONDITION, FULLY EQUIPPED, AND READY TO GO CRUISING.

    Equipment on Board:


  9. 1977 PETERSON 34

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Ready to race and win with an extensive sail inventory. Eleven sails including three mains and 4 assorted spinnakers. New running rigging. New speed reef. Kevlar main. Engine rebuilt with low hours. New bottom paint. Recent survey

    Equipment on Board:


  10. 1977 PETERSON

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Ready to race and win with an extensive sail inventory. Eleven sails including three mains and 4 assorted spinnakers. New running rigging. New speed reef. Kevlar main. Engine rebuilt with low hours. New bottom paint. Recent survey

    Equipment on Board: