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  1. 1970 Spencer Spencer 51

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    World Cruiser completing circumnavigation lying in Panama soon to returning to Vancouver. cutter rigged, long fin keel, Rebuilt Isuzu 70hp (2006)

    Equipment on Board:

    Harken furling jib center cockpit, dodger with bimini, genset, 4 solar panels wind generator, windvane, many winches, new main, 3 jibs, staysail 2 autopilots,
    hydraulic steering, fridge/freezer (2 separate compressors, inflatable with 8hp Mercury, lots of big self tailing winches.


  2. 1980 Spencer Mark II Offshore

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This is a very safe and comfortable coastal and offshore 35 ft. seaworthy sailboat. Easily converts from Sloop to Cutter. This same model was made famous by Hal Roth with his extensive offshore cruising. New Marine Survey (in & out of water) just completed and available. Blue Book registerred in Canada for offshore cruising.Excellent condition with lots of upgrades and storage. Comfortably sleeps 4, can sleep up to 6. Recent upgrades include Yanmar 3GM30F fresh water cooled engine, Northstar Mainsail, Dodger & Sail Cover. The upgraded electronics include Raymarine ST60 Wind, Tridata & Multifunction Instruments, Garmin GPSmap, ICOM DSC Radio & Statpower Multistage Battery Charger. Most of electrical cabling replaced/upgraded including VHF Cable & Antenae. Recently installed Holding Tank,Macerator Pump, & PYI Dripless Stuffing Box. Includes Yamaha Outboard (8 HP) & 9 FT. inflatable. Interior cushions recently reupholstered. Many extras included: Scotty Downrigger, Humminbird Portable Fish finder, Mustang Floater Jacket (Mens Med.), Helly Hansen rain suit, Microwave, Coleman Fridge (12V/120V), Dreamspeaker Cruising Guides (4), Charlies Offshore Charts (2) & many local charts and lots of Marine Books.

    Equipment on Board:

    Yanmar 3GM30F Diesel Engine, Fuel Tank 45 Imp. gal. Water tank 40 Imp. gal., Holding Tank 13 Imp. Gal., Yamaha Outboard Engine (8 HP), 8 Ft. Zeppelin Tender, Bruce 15 Kg. anchor with 250 FT. galvanized chain, Danforth 22S spare anchor with 20 FT. chain & 200FT double braided line. Autohelm 4000 Autopilot. Main Sail Dacron 2 reef full batten,Genoa 140% Dacron on “Pro Furl” roller furling, Dacron Staysail, Hillerange 3 Burner gimbaled Propane stove with oven. Fab-All Diesel Cabin Heater,Jabsco Manual Head,Holding Tank, Y Valve & Jabsco Macerator Pump. Plexiglass Storm Windows.


  3. 1973 Spencer 44 Center Cockpit

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Rugged offshore cruiser, well-equipped and offshore proven with numerous upgrades and spares.

    Centre cockpit cutter with aft cabin and two heads and two showers, spacious and comfortable but able to tick off 150 mile days while on a passage. Winner of the Darwin to Ambon offshore rally! Completely refitted for a 2(# removed) voyage to New Zealand, and ready to head offshore again.

    Equipment on Board:

    •Icom HAM/SSB radio, with Pactor Modem for email at sea
    •Furuno Weather FAX
    •Furuno Radar
    •406MHz EPIRB (with GPS)
    •2 x Depth Sounders, Wind Instrument, Knot Log, 2 x Garmin GPS
    •PUR 35 Watermaker
    •4 man DBC offshore liferaft
    •Hydraulic Steering with 2 x hydraulic Autopilots (Benmar/Cetec Robertson)
    •Autohelm Windvane
    •Carries 750 litres of Diesel, 450 litres of water
    •920 AH battery bank, with Amp-Hour meter, 2500W ProMariner inverter/charger, and 4 x 75W solar panels
    •Alpenglow cabin lights
    •LED anchor light
    •Holding tank with macerator overboard discharge deck pumpout
    •Nine cubic foot freezer upright fridge (12V or engine driven)
    •4 burner Force 10 stove with oven
    •Custom teak cockpit table
    •Solid stainless steel rails
    •Hard dodger with enclosed cockpit (great for NW cruising, and keeps the sun off in the tropics)
    •Rocna anchor with 300′ of 3/8″ high test chain as primary, secondary rode plus 2 other anchors, as well as Sea Anchor with 600’ of ¾” rode
    •New battened Main in 2003, Drifter-Reacher, Roller Furling, Spare foresail
    •Spare alternator, Spare starter, Spare windlass motor, All service manuals and documentation.
    •Many spares for engine and systems


  4. 1970 Spencer

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Live aboard or sail the world in this Spencer 51 Ketch. Spencer Boats LTD in British Columbia built custom sailboats to owners specifications and their 51/53s were designed for long range cruising. If you visit the Spencer Yacht Owners Group website you will find owner’s tales of many cruises. Thirty of the 51 & 53 models were built and here we have an excellent example of why they are still so popular.

    Equipment on Board:


  5. 1963 Spencer 35

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    1963 Spencer 35 Sloop
    Sailed boat from New York to North Carolina this past autumn – sailed beautifully!
    Spent one year refitting boat. 90% complete.
    Solid fiberglass deck and hull.
    New rigging
    New Electronics
    New Sails
    New Hatches
    New paint/non-skid decks, topsides and bottom paint.

    Equipment on Board:

    New Raymarine C70 Radar/GPS/Chartplotter
    New VHF Radio
    New Cockpit Compass
    New depth/speed
    2009 Doyle Sails:
    135% Genoa
    Main with Cover
    2009 Lewmar Hatches
    Lewmar Winches
    New Electrical system
    SL SeaTiger Manual Windlass
    45 lb. CQR main anchor/50ft. 3/8 chain
    35 lb. Bruce secondary anchor/rode
    Jabsco Manual head/holding tank/Y-valve
    All standard cruising equip:
    Docklines/Fenders
    Dinghy with 3.5 Outboard
    Etc.


  6. 1973 Spencer 44 Center Cockpit

    October 17, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Rugged offshore cruiser, well-equipped and offshore proven with numerous upgrades and spares.

    Centre cockpit cutter with aft cabin and two heads and two showers, spacious and comfortable but able to tick off 150 mile days while on a passage. Winner of the Darwin to Ambon offshore rally! Completely refitted for a 2(# removed) voyage to New Zealand, and ready to head offshore again.

    Equipment on Board:

    •Icom HAM/SSB radio, with Pactor Modem for email at sea
    •Furuno Weather FAX
    •Furuno Radar
    •406MHz EPIRB (with GPS)
    •2 x Depth Sounders, Wind Instrument, Knot Log, 2 x Garmin GPS
    •PUR 35 Watermaker
    •4 man DBC offshore liferaft
    •Hydraulic Steering with 2 x hydraulic Autopilots (Benmar/Cetec Robertson)
    •Autohelm Windvane
    •Carries 750 litres of Diesel, 450 litres of water
    •920 AH battery bank, with Amp-Hour meter, 2500W ProMariner inverter/charger, and 4 x 75W solar panels
    •Alpenglow cabin lights
    •LED anchor light
    •Holding tank with macerator overboard discharge deck pumpout
    •Nine cubic foot freezer upright fridge (12V or engine driven)
    •4 burner Force 10 stove with oven
    •Custom teak cockpit table
    •Solid stainless steel rails
    •Hard dodger with enclosed cockpit (great for NW cruising, and keeps the sun off in the tropics)
    •Rocna anchor with 300′ of 3/8″ high test chain as primary, secondary rode plus 2 other anchors, as well as Sea Anchor with 600’ of ¾” rode
    •New battened Main in 2003, Drifter-Reacher, Roller Furling, Spare foresail
    •Spare alternator, Spare starter, Spare windlass motor, All service manuals and documentation.
    •Many spares for engine and systems


  7. 1973 Spencer Cutter Sloop

    October 17, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    The Spencer 42 is a heavy world cruiser. It is an aft cockpit cutter rigged sloop with a modified full keel. The Spencer is a well-founded vessel with glassed-in fuel tanks, not the typical black iron tanks that you will find on most of the Asian built boats. This vessel was repowered in 2005, with a 60 HP Isuzu C240 diesel engine. She has a wonderfully spacious cockpit, relatively low freeboard, and the companionway is wide and deep for easy access into the interior.
    Entering the companionway, the aft quarter berth is to port, just aft of the large nav station. The galley is to starboard, with a double sink and custom copper plate countertops. The salon features a U-shaped dining area to starboard and a settee to port. Moving forward, there is a large hanging locker to port, and the head is to starboard. The V-berth is spacious with lots of storage.

    Equipment on Board:

    ELECTRONICS & NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT

    RADAR: Raytheon (24 mi.)
    VHF: Standard Horizon
    GPS: Garmin
    TV/DVD/VCR: JVC
    RUDDER ANGLE: yes
    STEREO: JVC
    DEPTH SOUNDER: Garmin & Ross
    PLOTTER: Garmin
    COMPASS: yes

    COVERS AND CUSHIONS

    DODGER: yes
    WHEEL/TILLER COVER: yes
    STAYSAIL: yes
    OUTBOARD COVER: yes

    GALLEY

    REFRIGERATION: Sea-Freeze
    MICROWAVE: Sanyo
    WATER SYSTEM: pressure
    WATER HEATER: yes
    STOVE: Force 10
    COOKING FUEL: propane
    SINK: double

    ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

    HOUSE BANK 1: Trojan GV
    START BANK: Optima AGM 31
    BATTERY MONITOR: Xantrex
    INVERTOR: no
    ALTERNATOR: OEM
    AC VOLTAGES: at 60 Hertz
    BATTERY CHARGER: 60 amp C
    WIND GEN: Kiss

    SAILS AND RIGGING

    MAIN: Old, but servicable
    SPINNAKER: Cruising Spin
    STAYSAIL: yes
    WINCHES: Barient 22 & 28s
    WHISKER: yes

    DECK EQUIPMENT

    ANCHOR: 66# SL-claw with 200 ft. 3/8 feet chain and 150 feet rode
    ANCHOR 2: 25# Danforth with 20 ft. 5/16 feet chain and 200 feet rode
    WINDLASS: Muir Cheeta
    DINGHY: Mercury 270
    BOW ROLLERS: yes
    NAV LIGHTS: yes
    SPREADER LIGHTS: yes
    LIFELINES: yes
    GATES: yes
    LADDER: yes
    DECK MATERIAL : glass
    BOW PULPIT: yes

    MECHANICAL

    RAW WATER SEA STRAINER: yes
    FIRE EXTINGUISHING: 4
    FUEL FILTERS: Racor
    FUEL SHUT OFF: yes
    FRESH WATER COOLING SYSTEM: yes
    HOLDING TANK: 3 gal
    HEATER: 2 electric, 1 Dickenson Diesel
    PROPELLER: 3-blade fixed
    EXTRA PROPELLER: 2 blade
    STEERING: Hydraulic
    TRANSMISSION: Borg Warner

    SAFTEY EQUIPMENT

    LIFESLING: yes
    LIFERAFT: Viking
    EPIRB: yes
    MOB POLE: yes
    FLARES: yes, dated

    ITEMS EXCLUDED FROM THE SALE
    Honda generator, hanging lantern, lantern on fwd bulkhead in salon, whale on port side of salon, and personal items & tools.

    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.


  8. 1974 Spencer 44

    October 16, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Equipment on Board:

    hydraulic steering
    sails in good condition


  9. 1971 Spencer Sloop centre cockpit

    October 16, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Designer:

    John Brandlmayr

    Builder:

    Spencer Boats Ltd.

    Name: Swadeshi

    Accomodations:

    three cabins

    Engine:

    52 hp. 4 cyl. Isuzu diesel Model C221 – FWC)

    Engine hours: 3,100

    Fuel tankage: 220 gal. (est.) in 3 tanks

    Prop: 3 blade Osborne, plus 2 spares

    Cruising speed: 7 knots

    Sail inventory:

    main
    jib
    genoa (Harken furling)
    spinnaker

    Equipment on Board:

    Electronics and navigation gear:

    Icom model IC745 HF transceiver single side band radio, Yaesu VHF radio, Garmin handheld GPS, Furuno 1621 radar, Brooks & Gatehouse boat speed/depth sounder, Brooks & Gatehouse wind speed/direction, compass, Autohelm ST3000 autopilot

    Steering: wheel (Wagner hydraulic)

    Anchors:

    60 lb. CQR type w/ 250′ chain Danforth (40 lb.)250′ feet of rode

    12V Lofrans Cayman anchor windlass

    Electrics:

    12V & 110V shorepower
    w/ 6 x 6V house batteries & 1 x 12V starter battery w/ Trace 70 amp charger & 1500 W inverter
    Heart Interface Link 200 battery monitor system & Ample Power Smart regulator

    2 Sharp 75 W solar panel w/ solar regulator

    GRP hard dodger w/ complete cockpit enclosure

    Bombard 10′ inflatable w/ 5 hp. Mercury outboard

    6 person liferaft (DBC Marine Safety Systems)

    Force 10 propane barbecue

    Seth Thomas clock & barometer

    Cease Fire auto fire extinguishing system

    Dickinson Antarctic diesel cabin heater

    Espar forced air diesel cabin heater

    two heads (aft head w/ 75 gal. holding tank)

    Water tankage: 160 gal. (est.) in 2 f/glass tanks

    Paloma propane demand hot water

    shower in aft head

    Force 10 three burner galley stove w/ oven (propane)

    Nova Kool 12V refrigeration

    Kenwood stereo w/ disc changer

    Sails and rigging:

    sloop rig (857 sq. ft.)

    Winches:

    2 x Baron #15 primary
    2 x Barlow #24 secondary
    2 x Baron #7 halyard (on mast)
    1 x Barlow #20 mainsheet
    1 x Barlow #15 reefing

    RVG wind vane


  10. 1970 Spencer

    October 15, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Live aboard or sail the world in this Spencer 51 Ketch. Spencer Boats LTD in British Columbia built custom sailboats to owners specifications and their 51/53s were designed for long range cruising. If you visit the Spencer Yacht Owners Group website you will find owner’s tales of many cruises. Thirty of the 51 & 53 models were built and here we have an excellent example of why they are still so popular.

    Equipment on Board: