?A legend in it?s own time?, that?s the description John Vigor made about the Alberg 30 in his book Twenty Small Sailboats to Take You Anywhere. And indeed the Alberg 30 has garnered a huge following with an active community of owners in North America. It?s an unmistakably traditional boat with long overhangs, a narrow beam, and a full cutaway keel-attached rudder, a design harkening back to the early 60s that?s forgiving to sail and seaworthy enough to cross oceans. This 30-footer has many circumnavigations to its credit
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Ring bouy and life jackets
Manual and electric bilge with a portable bilge pump
Fenders and docklines
13 HP inboard Volvo diesel engine with a 2 bladed propeller
12V/110V electrical system with shore power and cord
One house battery and one starting battery
Raymarine ST60+ speed and depth
Ritchie Binnacle compass
Aluminum painted single spreader deck stepped mast with painted aluminum boom.
Wiring stainless steel standing rigging with updated running rigging
Harken roller furler
Dacron mainsail with double reef points
Dacron furling 120% with UV protection
Bow and stern pulpits with single life lines with gate to both port and starboard
Straight cockpit with Edson pedestal steering and high coamings
2 x Barlow 20 primary winches with horn cleat
Teak grab rails on cabin top
2 x Barlow 16 winches on mast for halyards and controls
Danforth anchor with chain and rode
V-berth forward with shelves outboard for storage. Storage underneath the v berth as well. Moving aft to starboard is an enclosed head with a marine toilet with direct overboard discharge. Opposite this is a hanging locker to port.
The main salon has a straight settee to both port and starboard with enclosed storage outboard. Equipped with a removable table that gets put into the V berth to store when the boat is underway. There is also a drop down table that can be used for charting at the aft end of the starboard settee. On the starboard bulkhead there is a Cole stove cabin heater that takes charcoal.
Galley is located all the way aft to starboard of the main salon which is equipped with a stainless-steel sink and both manual fresh water as well as sea water. Outboard of this is a two burner Coleman propane camping stove. Opposite this to port is a top end loading icebox.
British Racing Green fiberglass hull
Light green non-skid fiberglass deck
Cove stripe and boot top
Keel hung rudder