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1973 Irwin 32

19 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

A classic 70’s vintage monohull designed by Ted Irwin that has kept her appeal over the years with good maintanence and an Awlgripped hull. Her centerboard makes her ideal for tucking into sheltered anchorages while coastal cruising or island hopping in the Bahamas. She has an upgraded Yanmar 3 cylinder fresh water cooled engine, pedestal steering w/auto pilot, roller furling head sail and more. Galley includes 12V Refrigeration and Microwave Oven. Very clean inside and out.

Equipment on Board:

Keel: Centerboard

LOA: 32 feet
LWL: 25 feet
BEAM: 9 feet 8 inches
DRAFT: 3 feet 6 inches w/centerboard up

DRAFT: 7 feet 10 inches w/centerboard down

Displacement: 11,500 lbs

Ballast: 5,200 lbs


One stateroom quarter berth aft to port sleeps two and Vberth another two. Dinette sleeps 1 and settee sleeps 1. Galley is to starboard as you step down the companionway. Head w/manual pump toilet, stainless sink w/hot ‘n cold pressure water and shower is on portside.


Yanmar 3GM Diesel Fresh Water Cooled

Cruise Speed: 7 knots at 3000 rpm


FUEL: 20 gallons

WATER: 75 gallons


Galley is to starboard with 12V refrigeration, microwave oven, drawer and sink with hot ‘n cold pressurized water.

Sails and Rigging

Cruise equipped with manual boom vang, wire standing rigging, Hood roller furling w/120% and spare 135% head sail and main sail in Mack Pack cover. Lewmar winches.


Two (2) 12V Batteries

Automatic Battery Charger

12/VDC system

110VAC system


Raymarine Depth Sounder

Raymarine VHF Radio

Autohelm 4000 Auto Pilot

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