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17 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

An extensive refit completed in 2002 make this 44 KP a great value. The partial list of the undates include painting the hull and deck, sand blast and re-apply the antifoul paint, strip and reapply varnish to all exterior teak, install new standing rigging, new sail inventory, new electronics (radar, GPS plotter, sounder, autopilot, vhf and SSB radios, stereo, etc), new generator, new water maker and lots more. There is a long list of spare parts and a RIB dinghy and Honda 4-stroke ouboard included with the sale.

Center cockpit with two staterooms and two heads for separation and privacy. Forward cabin can be made into 2 singles or 1 wide double berth with plenty of storage space, light and ventilation with two opening Bronze ports. Large forward head with convenient shower arrangement. Main salon design is tried and proven to be safe and comfortable in all sea conditions yet provides wonderful at-anchor or dockside living accommodation. Salon features a convertible dinette to port with ample storage space and comfortable settee to starboard. Custom entertainment cabinet houses television, stereo and media equipment. Storage behind and below settee is safe to access in all conditions while settee functions as a true sea berth when needed. Another large custom Weaver aluminum hatch and more opening bronze ports bring light and ventilation into the cabin. Additional lighting throughout the main salon allows the occupants to enjoy the right lighting under all conditions Navigation station has the forward facing seat; which many navigators prefer. Radar, Ham/single side band radio, VHF, GPS/Chart plotter are all within comfortable reach. Chart table is large enough to be truly functional. There is ample storage beneath chart table and around nav station for all essentials. Galley works at sea or dockside being safe, well-ventilated and bright. Convenient lift-up step allows full access to oversized separate freezer. Gimbaled 3 burner stove. See website for more details and photos:

Equipment on Board:

Dinghy and motor

Avon 3.8 RIB with Honda 15 HP 4 Stroke (Honda serviced Jan 2012 new bottom paint)

Generator: Northern Lights 5.5 kw 300 hrs. with sound shield

Daily Marine Water Maker: 20 GPH

3 blade folding Max Prop

Ekectro Guard zinc system


House: 4 x 6v golf cart in series: 474 amp hours

Main: AGM

Generator: AGM


Water: 4 tanks 200 gallons

Waste: 60 gal

Ground Tackle:

60 lb. CQR

300’ 3/8 chain rode

200’ nylon rode

15 lb. Danforth

10 lb. Danforth stern anchor with 200’ rode, 25’ chain


Large ice box and reefer

AC/110 and Engine reefer compressor: shares coolant and oil

2010 Force10 3-burner range and oven

2 2.5 gal propane tanks below help seat

Exterior Magma gas BBQ on aft pulpit


Full set of house and cap rail covers

Cockpit bimimi

Cockpit cushions

Simpson Lawrence 800: complete rebuild in 2010

Sails and Rigging

2002 North Spectra loose footed mainsail

2002 North Sails Spectra 155 Genoa

2004 North Sails 110 Yankee Jib

2004 North Sails Staysail

2004 North Sails A1

2004 North Sails A2

2000 North Sails .5oz Symmetrical

2000 North Sails .75oz Symmetrical

2000 North Sails 3oz Symmetrical

Delivery Sails:

Old Mainsail

Old 140 Genoa

Old Staysail

Running back stays

Removable Baby Stay (Cutter/staysail)

Schaefer 4100 Furling Drum


2000 Avon 3.8m Rib

2004 Honda 15 HP 4 stroke

Bottom paint

Ground tackle


aymarine ST 60 Wind

Raymarine ST 60 Depth

Raymarine ST 60 Speed

Raymarine 64nm Radar

Raymarine WAAS GPS Receiver

Raymarine RL80C radar/Chart plotter display

Raymarine RL70 radar/chart plotter display

Robertson Simrad AP20 auto pilot with hydraulic ram

Icom IC-M502 VHF with Command Mic in cockpit

Icom IC-M802 Single Side Band

Data modem for SSB

Pioneer FM Receiver with CD and 6-disc CD changer

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