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1984 ISLAND GYPSY 34 "EUROPA" TRAWLER file# PA5712
Located in NEW BRUNSWICK
|BUILDER: Halvorsen Marine|
CONSTRUCTION: Solid white fibreglass hull with dark blue boottop and black bottom paint; teak over fibreglass decks; Fibreglass deckhouse; Flybridge with bench seating, helm & engine controls and Bimini top; stainless steel bow rail; bow pulpit around the anchor-handling platform (with anchor roller) ; teak capped Rails aft; boarding gates; chain/sprocket & cable steering; 6" X 10" cockpit.
ACCOMMODATIONS: The yacht sleeps 4-5 and has 6"3" headroom. There is a roomy VEE berth forward; enclosed head aft to starboard and a large hanging locker to port. The head has a marine toilet with holding tank and mascerator; shower and vanity with stainless steel sink. The main cabin is three steps up and has a fore and aft galley to port with a settee aft to port; helm station forward to starboard and an "L" shaped settee with Hi-Lo table that drops to make a double berth aft to starboard.
The galley has a Norcold 12/110 volt refrigerator with freezer section (2011); stainless steel lined ice-box under the settee; 4 burner LPG stove with oven (oven not working); stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water and lots of counter and locker space. There is a 120 gallon fresh water tank. The teak parquet main cabin sole is the same elevation as the cockpit. There is an awning for the cockpit. The interior has blue and beige striped fabric upholstery forward; and brown earth-tone fabric upholstery aft. The helm station has comfortable seating and chart storage. There is a vinyl headliner. The interior is finished to a high standard in teak.
ENGINES: 1984 Lehman Ford "Super 90" 4 cylinder inboard FWC diesel engines with heat exchangers; 50 gallon fibreglass fuel tank (2011)*; hour meters showing about 2,800 hours (6/16); bilge blower; spare filters and belts; engine manuals. The vessel has a cruising speed of about 7 to 8 kts. And a top speed of 10.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS: The yacht has both 12 volt DC and 110 volt AC systems: The 12 volt system is supplied by alternators on the main engines, through selector switches to 2 lead-acid batteries; fuse and circuit breaker panels; Xantrax 20 amp automatic battery charger. The 110 volt system is supplied by shore-power connection. There is a 30 amp shore-cord and polarity indicator.
ELECTRONICS: At each helm there are: VHF radios, Standard Horizon GPS- plotters and Ritchie compasses; there is a loud hailer and AM/FM/CD stereo at the lower helm.
GENERAL: CQR main anchor; electric anchor windless; Danforth spare anchor; windshield wipers; dock-lines; 8 fenders; boat hook; 4 fire extinguishers; 2 life rings; horn; swim ladder; swim platform; deck chairs; screens; clock; barometer; dishes & cutlery; steel cradle..
*Note that the 2 - 120 gallon steel plate original tanks are not being currently used and the starboard one may have a leak. The owner installed a third tank in 2011 to accommodate his short-distance usage.
PARTICULARS AS SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER ARE BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT BUT ARE NOT WARANTED.
BROKER"S COMMENT: This is a very pretty small trawler with all of the amenities. She has a roomy cockpit at the same level as the main cabin sole for ease of access. Twin Lehman-Ford twin engines are a rarity in this size of boat. She is prepped for the water and ready for survey and launch.
For more information or to arrange a viewing contact the listing broker:
G. Ernest Hamilton
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