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This vessel is easily managed by a couple or single-handed. She is an ideal and near perfect cruising vessel. Since her original launching, the vessel has undergone four major re-fits.... 2009 saw new teak decks and all new Raytheon navigation package. In the last year she has had a new teak caprail, new chainplates including an extra heavy duty inner forestay chainplate, new turnbuckles, a major engine rebuild including a new shaft and Cutlass bearing
Exceptionally well built and maintained cruising vessel. She is fully equipped for world cruising and or short get-a-ways. This is an ideal vessel for a couple or a single-handed sailor. Well ventilated and airy she is ready for her next owners to venture anywhere they wish. She has been lovingly cared for and well maintained.
This is a “not-to-be-missed” opportunity to purchase this exceptional BLUE WATER yacht.
Popular center cockpit yacht, with Forward Private Guest cabin (sleeps 2), and large Private Owners Cabin Aft (sleeps 2). Plus dinette area in the Main Saloon converts to a double berth (sleeps 2) and the opposite settee berth sleeps (1). A pilot berth midships is currently used to house storage bins for the spare parts inventory. Headroom throughtout is 6’3” (1.90m) with the exception of the passthrough to the aft cabin. Ventilation and light is provided by 14 opening port holes, 3 large overhead opening hatches, two companionways and 2 solar powered vents. All are provided with insect screening
Large center cockpit can be accessed from either side deck. These are wide side decks (teak over fiberglass, new 2009), spacious foredeck and deck space aft of the cockpit.
Upon entering the vessel from the Main Companionway, there is a full Nav station to Starboard, and complete U-shaped galley to Port (convenient to the cockpit). Forward of the companionway stairs is a comfortable saloon with a U-shaped settee and dining table amidships. The table can seat six. A full sized settee is to Starboard. The saloon has storage shelving, bookcases and louvered door lockers to Port & Starboard. Ample storage can be found under and behind the settees. Extensive handrails are built in throughout the interior for safe handholds when at sea. There is liquor and linen storage immediately forward of the Starboard settee.
Forward of the saloon is the forward guest cabin with en-suite private head and shower.
Along the Starboard side, moving aft of the Main stairway is a passageway leading to the Aft Master Stateroom.
The passageway has a pilot berth (currently used for spare parts storage bins) and ample access to the engine compartment is provided from here via two removable sliding doors.
The private Owners Suite is aft and contains numerous storage lockers, hanging lockers, private head and shower, and queen-sized berth. There is also a stairway and companionway with access to the cockpit from the aft stateroom.
The Master Stateroom is aft and has a private head and shower, and separate access to the cockpit via stairs and companionway hatch.
Forward Guest Cabin
Forward stateroom is richly finished in teak wood, and has en-suite head and shower. Head has 2 separate entrances, one to the stateroom and one to the main saloon to be used as a day head.
Pilot Berth located along the passageway leading to the Aft Stateroom, is currently being used as a storage area for spare parts (can easily be converted back to full pilot berth)
Rich teak wood interior, and white paneled upper area and overhead complement the spacious feeling to the Saloon.
Full sized U-shaped layout, convenient to cockpit and open to main saloon.
The vessel was designed by Doug Petersen, (3 time America’s Cup winning designer) and built by the Formosa Boat Building Co. for the Georgian Custom Yachts Inc to a very high standard of quality. The underwater configuration is a modified modern keel with cut-away forefoot. The rudder and propeller are protected by a heavy skeg.
She is a fully molded fiberglass hull & keel with encapsulated lead ballast. Hull to deck joint is fully through-bolted and bonded with a teak cap rail. When first commissioned by the previous owners, the hull was stripped to the gel coat below the water line and coated with 2 coats of Interprotect 2000, barrier coat. Above the water line the vessel was completely sanded, faired, primed and painted with three coats of International paint.
The fiberglass deck has a mahogany core with teak overlay on main deck and fiberglass non-skid on cabin top. The teak deck was bonded to the fiberglass with adhesives without the use of metal fasteners (new 2009)