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Old 02-08-2016, 12:34   #1
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Alberg 37

James Barber's boat when new.

We've owned her for 22 years and she resides in Maple Bay Bc Canada. Designed by Carl Alberg, built at Whitby Boatworks. Fiberglass hull, deck and cabin. In great shape and well taken care of. Bronze portholes with bug screens. Wheel (with cable) and helm steering. Teak inlaid cockpit seats redone. All interior cabinetry rebuilt. Sorry no auto pilot. All interior lights are leds. Interior has new V-berth cushions. All interior wood surfaces and counter tops have been refinished. New fitted carpet (with binding) 2years old. Just replaced 12V/110 refrigerator, that runs on solar. All pumps are manual on toilet and sinks. Marine head replaced 2 years ago. Galley sink and tap replaced 2 years ago. Replacing all sunbrella now.

LWL 27' LOA 37' 10'6" Beam

Some of her Gear:
Electric and backup manual bilge pumps.
Solar panels (mounted and adjustable on stainless steel radar arch)
Nova cool Fridge, 2100 series.
Carries 2 propane tanks.
Fresh water capacity 90-100 liters.
Diesel fuel capacity 65 liters.
Mariner propane stove 3 burner with oven.
Sigmar Diesel heater with separate fuel tank. 4 years old.
Raytheon Radar and led screen 10 years old
Hummingbird depth sounder and back up sounder.
VHF mounted Radio
Harken roller furling on 150 Genoa
Full batten mail sail with 4 reefing points and lazy jacks.
Genaker never used
Small Yankee sail.
Spinaker and all gear; Boom, up/down haul, sheets
Barient 2 speed Bronze winches with self tailing kits.
All stainless steel stansions have been replaced with new ones three inches taller and from gates all the way around stern she has solid stainless rail with gate at center stern over transom and monitor wind vane.
Stainless Monitor Wind Vane self steering
Westerbeke 38B, 4 cyclinder engine new in 1998. Lots of power, runs great.
Batteries replaced regularily. One new, one one year old both 12V.
12V Salt water anchor wash.
45lb. Bruce anchor on 3/8 G4 chain
55lb. Plow anchor stored
100' hightest chain replaced 2 years ago.
300' anchor road.
Vetus manual anchor winch with rope and chain gypsies.
Campbell sail prop in aperture setting.
Aluminum mast stepped to keel.




We had dreams of taking her off shore but now medical conditions are forcing us to sell this sleek, one of a kind, full keel,clean, lived in, go anywhere Carl Alberg Sloop.

Asking $60,000.00 Canadian.


Contact: Jelle and Debbie (PM to 'Dufman')
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Old 10-08-2016, 18:27   #2
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Re: Alberg 37

Good Design, Sweet sailor, looks turnkey.
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