Length: 38' "
Beam: 13' "
Draft: 7' 6"
Hull Material: fiberglass
Engine Make: isu
Horsepower: 40
Engine Count: 1
Drive Type: Inboard
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours:
With Trailer: No
Location: Wilmington, California
Category: Sail

The boat work was completed and I put her on the water in 2018 (Alajuela hull 45, 1976). Designed and built for solo circumnavigation. I planned to start the voyage this November. 2019 survey determined the boat price as 130,000. It was recent (August 21st) fire in forecabin (I left a switched-on heater). There is about 5 of forecabin interior (teak planking) is damaged by fire, the rest of the forecabin interior as well as other areas (salon, toilet, galley, machine room) are not affected by the fire but by smoke only. No structural (fiberglass) damage, the teak interior only is suffered. The engine (ISUZU diesel, 95 hours) is not damaged and in fully work conditions the boat can be motored at any place. All sails were on the deck and were not affected by the fire. Three batteries (one cranking, two – house) as well as a charger work normal. All electric lines (DC and AC) are workable. The boat is 100 operable and you can go to Hawaii next day after purchase if you are OK with smell inside. I underlain one more time the damage is not serious and did NOT affect such main boat structures like engine, rigging, sails. The fiberglass of the hull is NOT affected by the fire because had protective layer of teak planking inside. People send me e-mails with assumptions regarding influence of fire to fiberglass. Instead making that assumptions why do not just come on the boat and see … CONTINUE READING HERE