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Old 09-01-2019, 21:16   #1
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Pacific Seacraft Mariah 31 - $26K US

1978 Pacific Seacraft Mariah 31

Located in the Gulf Islands, British Columbia, Canada.

See dropbox for photos:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/3ony16c5b...ZdM61287a?dl=0

Asking $35K Canadian, approximately $26K USD.


Blue water capable, full keel cruising sailboat. Large interior volume, 6'6" of headroom. Very comfortable to live-aboard. We have sailed her to Alaska and around Vancouver Island in comfort. Extremely heavy duty construction by Pacific Seacraft, one of North America's top quality boat yards. New engine in 2009, new standing rigging last year.

See further details of the Mariah here: The Pacific Seacraft Mariah 31 Sailboat : Bluewaterboats.org

We have purchased a larger boat to accommodate our growing family, and need to part with this one. Currently berthed on Salt Spring Island.

LOA: 36′ 0″
LOD: 30′ 11″
LWL: 25′ 0″
Beam: 10′ 8″
Draft: 4′ 5″
Displacement: 16,000 lbs.
Ballast (lead): 6,000 lbs.

Sails and rigging
All new standing rigging, including turnbuckles, installed by Blackline Marine in 2017

New bobstay lower hull attachment installed by Blackline Marine in 2017

New Harken roller-furler in 2017

130% furling genoa

Full-battened mainsail

Staysail

Engine
Complete repower with new Beta 28HP diesel engine in 2009 (around 1000 hours)

New prop shaft and Campbell Sailer prop in 2009

Two fuel tanks - 10 and 20 Gallons (120L total)

Fuel tanks removed, inspected, and cleaned in 2009

Electrical
New mast wiring done by Blackline Marine in 2017

New LED mast lighting in 2017 (tricolor, anchor light, steaming light, and fordeck spotlight)

Two new Trojan T-105 House batteries in 2018

New cranking battery in 2018

Victron battery monitor installed in 2018

50W rigid solar panel with charge controller installed in 2018

All LED cabin lights below

New Blue Sea AC and DC Panels in 2009

Shore power battery charger

Cabin
Dickinson Newport bulkhead mounted diesel heater

Non-pressure alcohol cookstove

Icebox

Double stainless sink

Sleeps 5

Jabsco marine head with holding tank

Electronics
Standard Horizon CP180 chartplotter with AIS (transmit and receive) integrated

Standard Horizon Explorer DSC radio

Depth sounder

Victron battery monitor

30A solar charge controller

CO alarm

Ground-tackle
35lb CQR with 65ft ⅜ chain and 200ft of rope rode (main anchor)

35lb Delta with 30ft of chain and 200ft of rope rode (spare anchor)
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Old 11-01-2019, 19:01   #2
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Re: Pacific Seacraft Mariah 31 - $26K US

Beautiful boat! Out of curiosity, is that a Chameleon dinghy on deck? I'm planning to build one soon.
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Old 11-01-2019, 21:26   #3
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Re: Pacific Seacraft Mariah 31 - $26K US

Good eye! Yup it's a Chameleon. I just posted this link in another thread recently... here are some pictures of the construction process:

New dinghy! – SV Sonrisa

We've been using it steadily for 6 years, really great boat. Good luck with the construction!
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Re: Pacific Seacraft Mariah 31 - $26K US

Some very close friends of ours recently completed a circumnavigation on their Mariah 31, including a non-stop passage from Simonstown, South Africa to Charlotte Amilie in the US Virgin Islands, a 5,800-mile passage. Even though they were becalmed for days on end, they never used the engine. Great boat.

Good luck, fair winds and calm seas.
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Re: Pacific Seacraft Mariah 31 - $26K US

Hello!
I was wondering if she is still for sale? I found the link for the photos, they are great.
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