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  1. 1985 Vindo Marin 45

    January 8, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Vindo’s famous Marin 45 (refers to sq metre of sail area) beautiful timber work and a fabulous blue water vessel. The 45 features in Ference Mate’ Worlds Most Beautiful Sailboats. A great cruising vessel with the bloodlines of a nordic thoroughbred, these boats are rare and loved by their owners, ill health requires owner to change plans and opt for a much smaller daysailer.

    Equipment on Board:

    Furling headsail and part battened main with cockpit rigged reefing. Volvo diesel, new toilet and plumbing in 2006.
    Mahogany everywhere and gas cooking, magnificent timber wheel and console.


  2. 1985 Vindo 65 Ketch

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Vindo Yachts are strongly constructed full keel, ocean cruising boats built to high quality standards in Sweden. The 38 offers a spacious three cabin arrangement with a nice galley, two heads, and warm varnished mahogany joinery. “Tucana” has had little use in the Northeast and has had excellent care, ketch rigged with radar, wind, speed, depth, VHF, four sails and furling jib.

    Equipment on Board:

    One of the Ferenc Mate?s ?World?s Best Sailboats?, This beautiful ocean cruising veteran is offered for sale at far below replacement costs. She has been lovingly maintained for the past eight years by an owner passionate about wooden boats. Many of the repair & restoration projects may be seen on the Vindonet website. She will cross oceans comfortably and safely and also take you and your family on memorable local cruises with plenty of room. This boat is truly a work of art built by loving craftsmen in the traditional way of pride with modern materials.
    •Newly redone galley including curare marble counter, stainless refrigerator, Force 10 stove/oven
    •Complete recent suit of sails including asymmetrical that will move her along smartly in light breezes. Older symmetrical spinnaker also included.
    •Carbon fiber spinnaker pole, and telescoping whisker pole
    •Garmin 3010C chart plotter and radar
    •Second GPS at the helm
    •EPRIB
    •Raytheon below deck autopilot
    •Completely ready for class 1 ocean racing
    •Many other recent features!


  3. 1976 Vindo 40

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This nicely kept cruiser is as comfortable to sail as it is pleasing to the eye. A well balanced rig and full keel with a cutaway forefoot produce ideal sailing characteristics. Rich mahogany and teak inside and out make for warm, comfortable surroudings.

    Upgrades include recent electronics and a Yanmar 2GM20F (new in 1994).

    Equipment on Board:

    Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

    Specs
    Builder: Vindo

    Dimensions
    LOA: 30.6′
    Beam: 9.6′
    LWL: 24.6′
    Maximum Draft: 4.5′
    Displacement: 10,200 lbs.
    Ballast: 4,200 lbs.
    Bridge Clearance: 41′

    Engines
    Engine Brand: Yanmar
    Engine(s) HP: 18
    Engine Model: 2GM20F (new 1994)
    Cruising Speed: 5 kts.
    Maximum Speed: 5.5 kts.

    Tanks
    Fresh Water Tanks: 40 gal.
    Fuel Tanks: 13 gal.

    Accommodations
    Traditional layout below includes v-berth forward. Next aft is drawer storage and hanging locker to starboard. Oppoosite to port is an enclosed head with toilet, pull-out lavatory outboard and solar vent overhead. The main cabin features a bulkhead mounted oil lamp, u-shaped settee and free standing table to port. The table drops converting the settee into a nicely sized berth for two. In addition, the port settee’s backrest hinges up to make an additional sea berth for one. The salon’s starboard side features a built in, ever popular Cole “1655” fireplace and settee. The settee backrest folds down to become a wide single or cozy double berth. The boat’s galley area is next aft at the companionway.

    Electronics
    •Standard VHF radio.
    •Autohelm Bi-date depth / speed unit.
    •Autohelm ST4000 autopilot.
    •Garmin 182C chartplotter.
    •Raytheon ST60 wind speed / direction unit.

    Electrical
    •Two 12-volt deep cycle batteries.
    •Bass DC breaker panel.
    •Cabin lights.
    •12-volt outlet.
    •Running lights.
    •Steaming light.
    •Anchor light.
    •Bilge pump with auto float switch.

    Other Equipment
    •Manual bilge pump.
    •Binnocular holder.
    •20 lb. CQR anchor with rode.
    •Boat hook.
    •Hand-held spotlight.
    •Life-Sling.
    •2000 9-ft. West Marine inflatable dinghy with 3.5 hp. Nissan outboard.
    •Brass ship’s clock and barometer.
    •Water heater (plumbed to engine).
    •Windex.
    •Fire extinguishers.
    •Life preservers.
    •Davis radar reflector.

    Deck and Sailing Hardware
    •Stainless steel bow and stern rails.
    •Anchor platform on stem.
    •Opening hatch over forward cabin.
    •Spinnaker pole.
    •2-speed Lewmar 40 winches.
    •2-speed Lewmar 15 winches.
    •Dodger.
    •Cockpit cushions.
    •Harken traveler.
    •Stern rail mounted boarding ladder.
    •Roller furler on headstay

    Drive Train
    •Yanmar 2GM20F (freshwater cooled – new in 1994.)
    •Max Prop three-blade feathering propeller.