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1975 Bayfield 32

17 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

** SOLD **
Rare shallow draft family cruising sailboat to take you anywhere
Extra clean boat with professionally finished interior and exterior wood and cushions (2010), 8-pads cradle, 2010 dingy and lots of 2010 extras. Nothing to sand, paint or repair � just relax and enjoy sailing or socializing at the marina.

I’ve got this boat for my father who was supposed to move to Canada for
retirement but decided to go to Australia to my brother instead (he said it�s
warmer there). All wood was professionally renewed this year, we worked with an
interior designer on cabin colors and new upholstery, lots of new upgrades
installed this year to make her safe and comfortable.

Extra clean fresh water family cruising sailboat
Go anywhere with her shallow draft (3’9″).
Featured in Sailing magazine (February 2010).
Equipped and ready for salt water off-shore voyages with closed circuit cooling system, rigid stepped on keel mast, solid hull and legendary overall construction quality of Bayfields.
Unlimited cruising range under the sails (there is enough storage space for several week long non-stop passages for 2-3 people).
Over 250 miles cruising range under dependable and economical Yanmar 2GM diesel engine.
First class yacht for a fraction of the cost of a new one – all inside and outside teak was professionally renewed this year; new cabin and cockpit cushions custom done this year.
Bayfields are used by many as a live-aboard boat as well as cruising Bahamas, Florida Keys and many ocean crossings.
Great as mini-cottage on the water which can take you anywhere.
Nothing to sand, paint or repair.
Owner financing is available for Ontario residents

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Equipment on Board:

Bayfield 32 Sailboat for Sale

L.O.A.: 32′ 0″ (9.75 m)
L.W.L.: 23′ 3″ (7.09 m)
Beam: 10′ 6″ (3.20 m)
Draft: 3′ 9″ (1.14 m)
Displacement: 9600 lbs. (4320 kg.)
Ballast: 4000 lbs. (1800 kg.)
Sail area: 525 sq. ft. (48.77 m�)
Vertical clearance: 40′ (12.19 m)
Motor: Yanmar 2GM20 diesel.
Headroom: 6′ 2″ (1.88 m)
Berths: 5 to 6

Inflatable dingy (2010)
Transom dingy holding system (2010)
New interior cushions (2010)
New cockpit cushions (2010)
Alcohol Stove (2010) � safe alternative to propane
Electric bilge pump and wiring (2010)
New pluming (2010)
New pressure fresh water system (2010)
New in-mast wiring (2010)
New electrical panels (2010)
New shore power and 110v wiring (2010)

Newer steel cradle (8 pads)
Yanmar 2GM diesel motor (new in 1993) � extremely well maintained, economical
engine with low hours
B & G Foocus � speed, log & depth (1993)
Compas mounted on binnacle
Mainsail (2002, like new)
130% Hood furling genoa (1988, in excellent condition)
Furling yankee
Self tending staysail (rarely used)
Hood reaching spinnaker (1888, rarely used)
Dodger and dodger extension (2001, in excellent condition)
Navigation station with chart storage
Fridge (12 V)
Windlass to save your back while anchor (reconditioned in 2010)
Manual bilge pump (1985)
2 anchors with chain & rode.
Fenders, lines, etc. � ready to sail away

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