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Old 19-05-2010, 18:27   #1
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Gemini 105Mc 2008

2008 Gemini 105Mc by Performance Cruising.

Fully outfitted and ready to cruise.

LOA – 33’6”
LWL – 31’9”
Beam – 14’
Displacement – 9,000lbs
Draft – 18”/5’
Bridge Clearance – 46’
Engine – Westerbeke diesel 30BThree, 27hp (220 hrs)
Cruising speed – 6.5 knots
Max Speed – 8 knots
Fuel – 30 gal. in two tanks
Water – 60 gal. in two tanks
Holding tank – 18 gal.



Standard equipment:

Accommodations
Sleeps eight in three staterooms and convertible dinette. Matched double (6'6" X 48") berth staterooms aft in each hull. Main Salon in center of boat with chart area and storage to port and galley to starboard. U-shaped dinette with seating for six to eight. Dinette converts to a double berth. Forward on port is the head/shower area with a folding plexiglass door seperating the shower area from the head. Forward on starboard is the master stateroom with a standard queen berth (6'6" X 5'4"). Large polycarbonate windows provide ample light and good visibility.
Stratipont Teak & Holly floorboards cabin soles and abundant teak trim throughout. Sand grey formica counter tops, moulded headliner and FRP panels make for low a maintenance interior.




Galley Equipment
The galley comes standard with hot and cold pressure water, four cubic foot Dometic 110V/propane refrigerator with freezer, two burner propane stove with oven and broiler, double sink and manual fresh water pump (foot). Ample storage for dry goods and kitchenware is provided under the galley counter and in cabinets opposite the counter area. There is counter top work surface on both the inboard and outboard sides of the galley and a paper towel holder and spice rack shelf above the sink counter.



Electronics and Navigation Gear


•VHF radio
•Raytheon Wind speed and wind direction
•Raytheon tri-data log speed and depth meter
•Raytheon/Autohelm 4000 autopilot
•Compass



Electrical System
2 DC panels, 1 AC panel with safety interlocks

•110 Volt AC & 12 Volt DC systems
•Xintex propane detector with solenoid control
•110V AC outlets, 12V DC outlets
•Shore power cord
•120W solar panel with controller




Sails and Rigging
39' fractional double spreader anodized aluminum spar by Selden. Stainless wire standing rigging. The mast features a minimal fractional rig with an adjustable backstay on a 1 ft. crane. This new, efficient full battened, big head mainsail easily goes through the backstay improving drive and reducing heel.


•Double spreader anodized aluminum spar, stepped on deck
•150% Berig genoa
•Furlex roller furling on headstay
•Full batten mainsail with two reef points
•Backstay adjuster
•Two self tailing sheet winches and two halyard winches





Hull & Deck Equipment

Hulls are shallow with an advanced tear drop shape giving high load carrying (450 lb. per hull per 1 inch) on a hull that produces small bow wave. There are sealed buoyancy tanks forward, center and aft in each hull.
Centerboard design: The advanced asymmetric shape provides lift to windward with reduced drag. The center-board cases have a Plexiglas cover enabling the operator to see whether they are up or down and how far. Centerboards are operated from inside and will easily kick up if the boat is grounded. The boards allow 5 ft 6 in draft when down and 18 in when up.

•Fiberglass deck with solid bridge deck forward
•Stainless steel bow pulpit with pulpit seats
•Anchor locker on foredeck
•Side stanchions and lifelines
•Side boarding gates
•Davits
•Stern hammock seat
•swim step transoms
•Boarding ladder
•Hard dodger
•Two 20# propane tanks (plastic) in self draining cockpit locker
•Running lights, masthead tricolor light and anchor light
•4 Four Bomar opening hatches with screens over master stateroom, head, and dinette
•Fenders and mooring lines
•Coast Guard safety package
•lifejackets
•Boat hook





Engine & Additional Equipment
The engine is a 27 hp Westerbeke diesel with 35-amp alternator and heat exchanger for hot water. The engine drives a liftable, steerable outdrive leg from Sillette marine with a large efficient propeller, and can motor in 33 inches of water. A seacock with fresh water connector makes winterizing and fresh water flushing easy. The engine compartment is lined with Soundown lead and foam sound insulation. There are two 15 gal diesel tanks with fuel shut off and three filters. The instrument panel has a tachometer, hour meter, oil pressure and water temperature gauges. The Westerbeke diesel is fresh water cooled with a self-priming fuel system. (no bleeding injectors. The Sillette Sonic Drive leg retracts up out of the water when sailing or at anchor and is lowered while under power. The outdrive leg steers in conjunction with the rudders.


Factory options:
Cockpit screen enclosure.
Dingy davits
Aft hammock seat
Solar panel with controller
Double helm seat
Transom shower




Aftermarket:

Galley:
Raw water hand pump at sink.
Complete galley equipment including, food storage containers, measuring cups & spoons, can opener, mixer, tongs, silverware, place settings for 8, pots & pans, pressure cooker, cutting boards, mugs, glasses, baking pans etc.

Accommodations:
Memory foam mattress topper in master berth.
Carbon monoxide detector
Anti-condensation pads under all mattresses
Linins, pillows and towels



Electronics and Navigation Gear:
Garmin 5212 chart plotter interfaced with VHF, with G2 chips for Gulf of Mexico, Keys, Southeast US and Bahamas
Explorer charts for Bahamas and Caribbean
Hand held compass
Garmin 76CX with Gulf of Mexico chart loaded
Uniden MHS350 hand held VHF

Electrical System:
Alternator – Balmar 60-70-SR-IG.
Regulator – Balmar ARS5-H
Original alternator as spare. Original wiring available if changed.
Heart Interface Freedom 15 inverter charger
Link 1000
Battery switch
Batteries – 2 Lifeline GPL6CT AGM house (300 amp hours)
- 1 Lifeline GPL 1400 AGM starting battery
Led lights above salon table
Factory 110 volt outlets + 1 additional forward under dinette
Factory 12 volt outlets + 1 additional at helm station
Stereo with CD player and i-Pod connector.
2x Bose 251 speakers

Sails and Rigging:
Mack Pack – factory installed
Spinnaker halyard

Hull & Deck Equipment:
Windlass – Lewmar Pro with handheld controller
Masthead light – Orcagreen “Trianchor Light w/photodiode and strobe #16136” LXTA-PS12V
Dingy 9’6” West Marine Inflatable V-bottom (hypalon)
Dingy ladder
Mercury 6hp four-stroke
5 winch handles
Binoculars
3x anchors – Delta with 40’ H-T chain/200ft rode, Fortress with 10’ chain/100ft rode, large Danforth with chain and 100 ft rode.
3x Nicro Day/Night solar vents – Two on forward hatches, one for fridge.
Shore power cable
Shore power adaptor – shore to std 110


Safety:
EPIRB - ACR RLB35
2x fire extinguisher (master cabin and cockpit)
Radar reflector
2x auto-inflatable life vests
4x life jackets
2x air horns with spare air
Lifesling
First aid kit
Flare kit

Other:
Manuals/documentation from Performance Cruising Inc. and all items aboard
Complete library – repair, cruising guides, Chapman’s, etc.
Spectra 150MPC water maker (6gph) with spare filters and “cruising” rebuild kit
Magma gas grill
Spare prop for Sillete drive and outboard
Spare parts/belts/hoses/filters/zincs etc for Westerbeke, Mercury and Sillette
Complete set tools – sockets, wrenches, wiring, saw, sail repair etc.
Oil, transmission fluid, cleaners, lubricants etc.
Oil change pump/reservoir
4x 5 gal diesel fuel cans
Barometer
Clock
Vacuum cleaner
Fenders 4 reg 2 lg
6x Dock lines
Buckets
Brushes
2x hoses
Boat hook
Snorkel gear
2x spare through-hulls
2x snatch blocks
5x winch handles
Ablative bottom job done in March


Asking (US) $175,000.00
Lying Hudson, Florida (West Central)
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Forgive me if this is a stupid question. But how sea worthy are Geminis Would you Sail from the west coast across the Pacific after adding a water maker solar pannels ect.
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Forgive me if this is a stupid question. But how sea worthy are Geminis Would you Sail from the west coast across the Pacific after adding a water maker solar pannels ect.
One couple is doing that now but I would not do it.
The boat is not designed for that. It is designed as a coastal cruiser.

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