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1971 Sparkman & Steven Yankee 30

24 November, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

16 hp Beta Marine Diesel, only 200 hours.
Design: Sparkman & Steven, ’71 Mark 1, hull 12
Ready to sail, all equipment, instruments & engine in excellent condition
Kept on trailer 8 or 9 months each year with full canvas cover

Steffens boat, over built racer/cruiser, long keel, high aspect sail plan,
high ballast to displacement ratio,

Beam 9 ft
LWL. 25ft
LOA. 30.04 ft
Maximum Draft. 5ft
Displacement. 8,700 lb.
Ballast. 4,130 lb.
Sail area 430 sq. ft.
Draft. 5 ft
HULL is a long keel
White fiberglass hull, green stripe, grey non skid
Anchor locker
Stern $ Bow pulpits, double lifelines, transom ladder
Teak toerail, handrails
Two opening hatches
Fin keel , Skeg-hung rudder, tiller
Lumar manual anchor winch, 60 ft of 5/16 chain & 150 ft rope

Equipment on Board:

Sleeps 6: V-berth sleeps 2 , Main cabin port settee converts to double,
starboard settee converts to two single bunks
12 volt 2 speed adjustable Hella fan with switch in V-berth
Teak: privacy door, cabinets, posts, magazine rack,trim thru-out cabin
6 new lights, 2 small kerosene lamps with extra glass chimneys
Upholstered cushions & curtains, excellent condition
2 dining options: port table or bulkhead folding dinette
3 Victory bulkhead instruments: clock, barometer & humidity/temperature
Plentiful storage, optional chart storage shelf
Standard Horizon VHF radio & am/fm stereo-tape

Raritan marine head, Y-valve (overboard pump / waste tank)
New “unused” 9 gal.holding tank & sanitation hoses
S.S. sink, pressurized water, hooks, towel bar, solar fan, teak drawers & mirror

across aft of Main cabin, S.S.sink with pressurizes water & Sure Flow 10 inch water filter (extra filters), non-pressurized alcohol 2 burner stove with metal shelves below, fold-up extended counter, spice rack, two ice boxes (port and starboard), 2 water tanks: 10 & 22 gallon capacity.

Cushions: Closed cell foam – green canvas covers
2002-Standard Horizon Instruments: Depth sounder-water temp, Knot meter & Wind inst., radar pole mounted to back stay, chart plotter-GPS-radar on swing-out arm from cabin. Instrument covers, port & starboard compasses, 3 engine guages: oil pressure-amp meter-volt meter, self-bailing cockpit, canvas Dodger & sunshade, flag staff, 4 winches, S.S. steel double life lines, teak grid covers cockpit sole, foot shower, Lexon drop boards, 2 canvas storage bags & canvas companionway cover, SS transom ladder, Assorted screens, ac/dc power plug & 30 amp power cord.

2010-Beta Marine diesel engine 16 hp, Racor secondary fuel filter, 18 gallon fuel tank
2011-Groco raw water strainer, Extra filters-belts-zincs-impeller
2009- water lift muffler
2004-Max prop, 3 blade, feathering

AC / DC, shore power with cord
3 batteries, 2 wet cell 12 volt (2010) & 1 cranking battery
2002 -electronic 20 amp charger
2002-Galvanic isolator, Newmar 30 amp
2010-solar panel, 20 watt, with regulator
2002-Mast & all Primary Wiring replaced with marine grade by Yacht Services at Ballard Boat, electrical system bonded (grounded)
2002-new standing and running rigging
Alternator, 40 amp
2002-JRC GPS-Chart plotter with 2 chips (Puget Sound, Vancouver Island) & Radar (detachable sealed marine connectors for trailer transport)
Automatic Rule 1500 bilge pump
VHF marine radio & am/ fm radio-tape

masthead sloop rigged, Furlex roller furling with 2 sails, genoa & working jib. storm jib.
Spinnaker track & 2 winches on mast, 1 boom winch, 4 cockpit winches, 3 winch handles, T-tracks. Main sail canvas cover. Mast cradle for trailer transport. Keel stepped mast.

3 axel custom goose-neck trailer ($3,000 value)

FULL-boat cover, custom canvas ($2,500 value, Churchill Bro’s.)

Anchors: Claw is primary, Danforth no. 12 is back-up
Fenders, 4
Dock lines, 4
Manual bilge pump, Gusher
Fire extinguisher, 2
Life jackets, 3
Life ring
Spare tiller
Boat hooks, 2
Radar reflector

Sparkman & Steven Yankee 30
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