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Old 02-06-2011, 13:33   #1
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33' to 40' Sailboat - West Coast

Looking for a 35' to 40ish' sailboat in good sailing condition for 50k or less.

Boat would be used for bluewater cruising/liveaboard.

Would love a catamaran, but for that price I would assume a fixer upper.

Thanks for any leads!



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Old 02-06-2011, 13:52   #2
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Re: 33' to 40' sailboat - west coast

Might be the best you can do. More than you want to spend but might be able to get it for your budget.
Catamaran 1994 Niels Freese Custom 34 Catamaran Catamaran For Sale
I like the name and on the left coast. Same website has a tri for 14K. BOB
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Re: 33' to 40' sailboat - west coast

LOL! That thing is fugly
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Old 02-06-2011, 20:46   #4
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Re: 33' to 40' sailboat - west coast

1980 Tayana 37 Cutter Sail Boat For Sale - www.yachtworld.com

looks nice, I would keep a weather eye on this also:
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Re: 33' to 40' Sailboat - West Coast

We are selling our sail boat located in Vancouver, BC. See characteristics below.

For Sale: Sail Boat

Length: 35 feet or 10.90 m / Width: 11 feet or 3.50 m / Draft: 6 feet or 1.80m
Weight: 9 tons / Mast height: 48 feet or 15 m

Sloop, build by "Destrier" professional boatyard in France. Commissioned by present owner. Reinforced hull made of steel.
Hot galvanized internal and external hull. Coated with primer painting + bi-components epoxy painting and polyurethane lake (last work in boatyard executed in 2007).
The boat is fully insolated with a 5 cm extruded PVC slab plus PVC wainscoting or wood.
Diesel Engine Yanmar 25 hp.
Diesel tank 250 litres in the keel + extra 40 litres tank as a reserve.
Inox tank for fresh water (2 x 250 litres).

2 double cabins + transforming wardroom for 2 persons + 1 berth + chart house.
Fridge: Indel / stove:Eno with oven / Toilets: Lavac / Heater: Eberspächer DL4
GPS Furuno GP 30 (2005) + 1 portable GPS Magellan 2000.
VHF Uniden Solara DCS (2008) / Sony Radio ICF-SW (2007).
Sextant Freiberger + Sextant Plastimo.
Depthsounder Raymarine ST40 (2007) / Vion compass / Loch Nalta.

Northsails Genoa Profurl bought in 2007 (Dacron 370gr/square/m) of 55 sq/m
Main sail with 3 reefs Loize (Dacron 370 gr/m2) of 35 sq/m / Storm Jib Loize.
Rigging (Acmo) stay in 10, shroud & back-stay in 8, pataras in 8.
Winchs self tailing for genoa / Boom brake Walder / Atoms speed regulator.
Electric windlass tigre 1000 watts.

Windgenerator Air X Marine 400 Watts (2005) / 2 solar panels
Electric board bi-polar 12Vdc with amps meters.
Battery coupler + loading distributor (2 entries & 3 exists without tension drop).
2 house batteries 120 amps + 1 battery for the engine 60 amps.
Inverter 12 V-220 V 150 watts (2007).

Anchors: 25 kgs CQR, 20 KG Brittany + Fortress FX37 + 55 metres of chain in 10 mm and 100 metres of cable in 18 mm + 20 metres of chain in 10 + several lines
6 man life raft class V Evinrude in container repacked in 2007
10 life jackets with harness.
Aluminium dinghy (optimist design).

Numerous nautical charts of Europe, Atlantic and Pacific.

Price: 60000$CAD (to be discussed)
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Re: 33' to 40' Sailboat - West Coast

Bump - still looking for a good cruiser for under 50k Can repair some minor stuff, but should be ready to sail. Ed in Portland
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Re: 33' to 40' Sailboat - West Coast

This is supposed to be incredible for the price, but you have to dig wood...

1968 Bill Garden 36 Foot Sailboat - 60% off Replacement * $13.5K OBO *
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Old 10-07-2011, 15:19   #8
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Re: 33' to 40' Sailboat - West Coast

Thanks for the lead! She's a pretty boat, but I doubt I could give her the attention she would require. Looking to stick with glass or alum.
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Re: 35' to 45' Sailboat - West Coast

As long as I am bumping, might as well add cutter, wind vane and water maker to the wish list.
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Re: 33' to 40' Sailboat - West Coast

We have a Ted Hood design (was going to be the Little Harbor 40, but couldn't build grp in Marblehead so was built at the Gulfstar facility in Fla.) Gulfstar Custom 40 on the hard in Ventura, Ca. Seriously for sale with a new LeFiel mast and boom, updated Cal 40 rudder, rebuilt wheel steering, new suit of Ullmer sails, and more. Look up this boat and contact me @ jonreiter@wildblue.net or call me at the ranch on my cell. 805.570.4804. WAY under 50k, but the cosmetics will run 7-10k at Baha Naval in Ensenada, Mexico. Glorious is a beauty and an offshore seaboat with a draft of 3'11"-11'3" and will sail to windward like a witch. Monitor windvane, Perkins diesel, Lewmar self-tailers and a beautiful teak interior.
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Re: 35' to 45' Sailboat - West Coast

Bump - Open to any sail plan and up to 45'.

Particularly in Oregon/Washington, as it would only be a short drive to come take a look.

Thanks for any leads
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Re: 33' to 40' Sailboat - West Coast

Try contacting Zeehag here. I believe she has a very nice 35' Erickson in San Diego.
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Re: 33' to 40' Sailboat - West Coast

I'd suggest checking the ads for SoCal & Mexico, if you want to get much for your money. It'll take you a week in each area(minimum) to check out various boats, but if you save substantially, it may be worth it for you. It was for us. You can have the paperwork done by a rep in Oregon to save on the taxes.
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Re: 33' to 40' Sailboat - West Coast

We have a 33' csy for sale, if you are still looking. New roller jib, windvane,cutter rig. Ready to go. Listing is on sailboatlistings.com.asking $24,700.
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Re: 33' to 40' Sailboat - West Coast

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Would love a catamaran, ...
Catamarans requiring a permanent berth are not frequent along coastal central California (not counting America's Cup hopefuls). There may be a good reason for this. It seems that Cats are much more common in SE USA and some other parts of the world. This forum is very pro-catamaran (look at the title picture), so I'm sure you'll get positive catamaran support.
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