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1981 Pacific Asian Enterprises Mason 43

19 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

Simplicity is a seaworthy performance cruiser designed by Al Mason. She has always been a private yacht meticulously maintained by her original owners, she has never been in charter service. Features include a reliable Perkins 4.108, Dutchman main sail furling, Schaefer furling head sail, generator, integrated dodger bimini, gps chartplotter, Radar, and much more. For ease of maintenance and upkeep an equipment model number list has also been maintained.

Equipment on Board:

•Autohelm B&G Network Pilot at the helm with Octopus linear actuator
•ICOM M502 VHF radio at nav station with HM-157 Command cockpit mic
•ICOM M710 SSB with tuner, insulated back stay
•B&G Network speed at the helm and nav station
•B&G Network depth at the helm and nav station
•B&G Network wind speed / direction at the helm and nav station
•Raymarine RL70CRC color chart plotter/radar at helm
•Ritchie Globemaster pedestal compass at the helm
•JVC AM/FM/CD/DVD ipod compatible, speakers in salon and cockpit
•125 amp high output AmpTech engine alternator
•Start battery: 12V Odyssey PC1500/34M rated 880CCA new 2010
•House Battery: 6x6V deep cycle FullRiver DC224-6 AGMs rated 672 amphours new 2010
•Heart EMS 1800 Interface Inverter Charger
•110 volt outlets located throughout
•Mastervolt 3500KW diesel generator new 2007
•Battery combiner: Xantrex Pathmaker, automatic
•Guest disconnect and manual combiner switches for battery banks
•30A Shore power cable
•Electrical panel at nav station
•HULL is Awlgripped.
•Simpson/Lawrence Horizon 1000 horizontal and manual operation feature
•Primary 45# CQR w/ 150 feet 7/16 galvi chain, x feet 3/4 nylon rode
•Secondary 44# (20KG) Bruce 50 feet 3/8 chain, x feet 3/4 nylon rode
•Teak swim ladder
•Granny rails each side of mast
•Teak cockpit table
•Sunbrella covers for all teak on deck
•Cockpit dodger
•Bimini with custom side curtains
•Cockpit cushions
•2 deep cockpit lockers and vented propane locker under helm seat
•Deck prism over nav station
•Five SS dorade vents
•Rigging is 5/16″ 1 x 19 stainless with swages to open s/s turnbuckles
•Spars are painted aluminum and the mast is keel stepped with internal halyards
•Schaefer 3100 roller furling for the genoa
•Removable inner forstay
•Running backstays
•Quantum 135 Genoa w/ UV cover
•Full batten main w/ 3 reefs and jiffy reefing
•Harken system A mainsail mast track and cars
•Storm trysail – separate mast track
•Storm jib (hanked on the inner forstay New strong mast track for effortless raising of the mainsail
•2 Barlow Two Speed #27 Self Tailing Primaries
•2 Barlow Two Speed #24 Self Tailing Secondaries
•Lewmar #48 electric halyard winch on coach roof at the cockpit
•2 Barlow #40 Self Tailing halyard winches at the mast
•Various line clutches

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