Cutter Custom Steel 1999 119 000,00 $ CAD *


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119 000,00 $ CAD *
LOW HOURS (200) ON SINGLE DIESEL ENGINE-FORD LEHMAN

  • DIESEL ENGINE
  • CUTTER SAILBOAT
  • LOW HOURS
  • BLUEWATER SAILBOAT
  • ONE OWNER

LOW HOURS (200) ON SINGLE FORD LEHMAN


This vessel is a welded steel vessel with aluminium mast and boom which is Cutter rigged. It has an open fore deck with a forward trunk cabin and side decks followed by the raised pilothouse which is followed by the aft trunk cabin.

The stern has a davit with a hinged bracket for the inflatable skiff hanging from it. The accommodations are as follows; there is a double berth in the vee berth followed by a double stateroom on the starboard side with a head and bath on the port side. The salon has a dinette on the starboard side and galley followed by the engine space and the master stateroom and a separate head in the stern.

The vessel is powered with a single diesel engine and gear and a straight shaft to the propeller.


Embark on your nautical dreams with this 1999 custom-built steel cutter sailboat! Crafted with precision and designed for both comfort and performance, this 48-foot beauty is ready to set sail on new adventures. Whether you're a seasoned sailor or a passionate explorer, this vessel promises an unforgettable journey on the open seas.


Experience the thrill of sailing with precision and ease. The cutter rigging allows for versatility in sail options, providing excellent performance in various wind conditions.


Seize the opportunity to own a piece of maritime excellence. Don't miss your chance to sail away on this 1999 48-foot custom steel cutter sailboat—where every voyage is a celebration of craftsmanship, adventure, and the boundless beauty of the open sea!



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    LOW HOURS (200) ON SINGLE FORD LEHMAN


    This vessel is a welded steel vessel with aluminium mast and boom which is Cutter rigged. It has an open fore deck with a forward trunk cabin and side decks followed by the raised pilothouse which is followed by the aft trunk cabin.

    The stern has a davit with a hinged bracket for the inflatable skiff hanging from it. The accommodations are as follows; there is a double berth in the vee berth followed by a double stateroom on the starboard side with a head and bath on the port side. The salon has a dinette on the starboard side and galley followed by the engine space and the master stateroom and a separate head in the stern.

    The vessel is powered with a single diesel engine and gear and a straight shaft to the propeller.


    Embark on your nautical dreams with this 1999 custom-built steel cutter sailboat! Crafted with precision and designed for both comfort and performance, this 48-foot beauty is ready to set sail on new adventures. Whether you're a seasoned sailor or a passionate explorer, this vessel promises an unforgettable journey on the open seas.


    Experience the thrill of sailing with precision and ease. The cutter rigging allows for versatility in sail options, providing excellent performance in various wind conditions.


    Seize the opportunity to own a piece of maritime excellence. Don't miss your chance to sail away on this 1999 48-foot custom steel cutter sailboat—where every voyage is a celebration of craftsmanship, adventure, and the boundless beauty of the open sea!


    Dimensions 

    Length Overall: 52’

    Beam: 16’ 

    Max Bridge Clearance: 

    Max Draft: 


    Weights 

    Dry Weight: 54,000 lbs

    Ballast in Keel: 


    Tanks

    Fuel: 2 x 500 gal.

    Fresh Water: 20 gal.

    Holding: 

    Hot Water Tank: 6 gal


    Engines

    Ford Lehman (Engine 1) 

    Engine Type: inboard 

    Fuel Type: Diesel 

    Hours: 200

    Power: 120 hp

    Propeller Material: 


    Electronics

    VHF: Icom ICM570R

    Radar: Furuno 1720

    Compass: 5” Dirigio

    Auto Pilot: Comnav 2001

    Sounder: Standard digital

    Computer: Lapotp with 14” screen

    G.P.S. Garmin Chart Ploter 182C

    Engine: Oli pressure, Water temperature, Tachometer


    Inside Equipment

    Galley

    Sinks:Double stainless steal with hot & cold water

    Drainage / Thru-hulls: Nylon hose to thru hull pipe

    Interior Heating: Webasto hydroponic system 

    Heating Fuel: Diesel

    Tank installations:20 gallon Day tank

    Hoses and clamps:Neoprene

    Chimney: Lagged Stainless steel

    Stove: Force Ten

    Stove Fuel: Propane

    Fridge: Norcold over & under fridge freezer


    Batteries

    Main Bank:3 - 8D

    Stowage: Well installed

    Selector Switch: Marine type

    Spark Proof: Yes

    Inverter: Xantrex 2500watt

    Solar Panels: 4 panel on pilot house

    Wind vane: stern


    Outside Equipment

    Type: Cutter rigged with self furling fore sail

    Mast and Boom: Aluminum

    Standing Rigging: Stainless steel with turnbuckles 30 yrs old

    Running rigging: Good condition

    Chain Plates: Stainless steel

    Backstay Adjuster: Mechanical

    Ballast: Integral

    Self Bailing: Yes

    Winches: Anderson x 2 Size 28; Anderson x 1 Size 40


    Sails

    The sails are all made of Dacron. They are worn, with some deterioration

    Two Sails, Main Fore sail Dacron

    Rigging 1999 - Stays and Turn Buckles

    Profurl Self furling with dacron genoa


    Accommodations

    Aft Captains Cabin with double berth

    Midship Stateroom on starboard side with double berth

    Vee-berth with two singles


    Disclaimer

    The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


    PLEASE CONTACT BRENT BARNETT - VANCOUVER YACHT SALES - 1-833-UCYACHT EXT 3003


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