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The Huntingford design, Rafiki 37, also known as the Slocum 37, was built to very high standards and equipped for offshore passage making or coastal cruising. Harmony has been well cared for and properly maintained by her past and present owners. A quick step aboard confirms that Harmony is definitely above other sailboats. Great deck layout for ease of sailing. A very comfortable 'offshore' type cockpit with tiller steering that allows for single handling sailing if needed.
Down below is a Yachtsman's dream. There are drawers, lockers, cabinets, abundant cabin lighting, storage that is unbelievable and a cabin arrangement that is most accommodating.
Exterior teak has been maintained to Yacht standards and the hand rubbed teak interior finish is a statement of the overall ship's quality.
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Dimensions: LOA: 37', LWL: 32', Beam: 11'8", Displacement: 26500, Ballast: 11500, Draft: 6'
Engine: Yanmar 1994, Engine Model: 4JH2E, Engine hp: 50, Hours: 1000, Cruising Speed: 6k, Maximum Speed: 7k
Tankage: Fuel: 125 gallons, black iron, Water: 150 gallons, stainless steel, Holding: 20 gallons, stainless steel
Large two door vented hatch system in forward bulkhead provides access to the forward anchor locker. (Note): the present owner has installed a custom wash-down system for the chain/rode. A double berth is offset to port; cabin area has finished teak ceilings, storage shelves, a large overhead opening hatch and two opening bronze ports. Next aft to starboard is a 3 drawer arrangement that includes two opening storage lockers. A forward cabin door provides complete privacy in the forward cabin.
Next aft to port is a spacious Marine head, with plumbing connected to a holding tank and overboard discharge. There is a deep stainless steel sink, including hot and cold pressure water and a separate foot pump.. Large sliding vanity storage is located under the port deck. Head area includes a hand-held shower, mirror and various storage lockers. There is a teak shower grate with sump.
Stepping into the main cabin, there is a U shaped berth with a custom drop-down table, allowing for the make up of a large double berth. Storage is found under and outboard of the berth. A bookshelf is conveniently positioned outboard of the sitting area. To starboard is a full sized settee berth, storage located under. The storage lockers in this area are either raised panels or louvered door construction.
A "Cole stove" that burns drift wood or charcoal is located on the forward starboard bulkhead. A well appointed U shaped galley is aft to port, including two top loading refrigerated areas, (1) deep double sink with pressure hot and cold water, and foot pumps. A two burner CNG range with oven is gimballed. The Navigation Table is opposite to starboard- laid out to accommodate navigational charts and electronics. This is incorporated with a large quarter berth with storage underneath.
Garmin 441 GPS map (2014), Raytheon 20x radar, Horizon Titian Standard VHF, 5' Ritchie compass. Raytheon autopilot 2000, Fleming windvane(2000), Datamarine depth sounder, Signet speed and distance log.
12v and 110v shore power with panels, (2) 12v batteries (2014), shore power cord, battery charger.
The mast was completely disassembled, insulated and re-awlgripped in 1993. All standing rigging was replaced (oversized in 2000). Harmony is equipped with heavy weather running backstays. She is equipped as a knock-about with no bowsprit. An oversized Harken roller furling system was added in 2014 and there is a boom vang. The sails are reported to have been serviced yearly and includes the following:
Jib staysail by Nat Wilson (2001), whisker pole, cruising spinnaker (limited use), Lee genoa, storm tri-sail, mainsail, Dutchman system. 5 Barient winches.
Full keel with protected rudder, tiller steering. Airex cored from the deck to the water line, solid glass below the waterline, teak decks, the hull was awlgripped white in 1999. CQR anchor, anchor pulpit, double lifelines with gates, boarding ladder, stainless steel and teak boom gallows, stainless steel mast pulpits, 10 opening bronze ports, 3 overhead deck hatches, Cole cabin heater, Danforth type anchor, 200' high tensil chain (2014), Simpson Laurence manual windlass, bow pulpit. Large storage area in the cockpit providing space for fenders and the CNG tanks.
Miscellaneous docklines, fenders, recent cockpit dodger and sailcover, oil lamp and spreader lights.
NOTE: clock/barometer are not included.
Rocknak's Yacht Sales, Inc.
10 Camden Street, P.O. Box 339
Rockport, ME 04856