Due to an old shoulder injury acting up I must pass this one on to the next sailor. She is a 1997 Crowther Buccaneer Tri. 34' x 24' It's cold molded West System epoxy
built and very strong. The full length beams stretch from ama to ama which makes her very stout and stiff with just about 0 flex. There are no soft or wet spots. I just had her hauled and substantial work
was completed with all new bottom paint
and topsides paint
to the shear line. Numerous upgrades were done along the way and now she is better than when I bought her. I converted the reliable tiller throttle Yamaha 9.9 to remote
control. That was a very involved project
and included a Panther motor lift
but makes her really easy to motor
now. Inside there is sleeping for 4 or possibly 5.
There is no plumbing
but a holding tank
is installed. The sink in the pic is not connected. We put a porta potty in the f'c'sle and others Bucs have installed a head
there. New Dickinson
P9000 propane cabin heater
, SeaCook gimballed cook stove
. Lunasea LCD lighting
(both warm white and nighttime red).
There was a new tall rig and stainless rigging
2013, new ss chainplates, new running rigging
2014, dbl topping lifts, vang, and Amsteel lines. Sails
in good condition: Custom modified main (full-battened, heavy dacron) with 3 reefing points, All headsails by Quantum (#1, #3, #4, high-wind blade, reaching sail w/stay'sl, 1.5 oz. symmetric spinnaker) and are carbon/kevlar or pentex construction, w/#6 luff tape. The #1, #3, #4 all have sausage deck-launch bags. Spinnaker
has turtle launch-bag.
Foil for headsails.
Mainsheet control, double mainsheets, Yale PHD Racer
line. Yale PHD Racer
. Custom hard dodger
2014. Enables one to stand in companionway
completely protected from the elements, steer, and protects helmsman from wind
Lunasea Masthead tricolor, anchor
, strobe light.
New Standard Horizon VHF
AIS/GPS GX2200 radio
, and Garmin
New stainless rudder hardware
installed April 2015. Very strong, no play or looseness in rudder
2 new AGM batteries
(50 and 79 amp-hour) and two 100-amp solar
There's lots of spare parts
and spare lines.
She will be on the hard
in Tacoma until May 2 and after that will be sailed back to Port Orchard.
Please call me direct
Bobber (406) 4five1-45two7 I am in Gig Harbor WA