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1985 CS 30 Shoal Draft Auxiliary Sloop, file# sa5733
$24,900.00 CAD
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LOA: 30' LWL: 25'5" Beam: 10'3" Draft 4'3"
Location: New Brunswick

1985 CS 30 Shoal Draft Auxiliary Sloop,  file# sa5733
BUILDER: CS Yachts Ltd. DESIGNER: Tony Castro

CONSTRUCTION: White fibreglass hull and non-skid deck; blue shear strake (2009) with red and blue boottop accent stripes, and blue bottom paint (bottom paint stripped 2009; CSC Micron ablative type applied since then) ; 8,000# displacement with 3,950# ballast; skeg-supported rudder; Whitlock wheel steering; emergency tiller; bow and stern pulpits with double lifelines (replaced 2007); blue dodger (2003); 2 hatches; 6 opening ports; cockpit scupper hoses renewed.

1985 CS 30 Shoal Draft Auxiliary Sloop,  file# sa5733 ACCOMMODATIONS:The yacht sleeps 5 and has 6' headroom in main cabin. Vee berth forward; the original suede-like vee-berth covering was replaced by marine grade vinyl in 2012; enclosed head to starboard with Jabsco marine toilet (2015) connected to a 'Y' valve and 25 gallon holding tank (new plumbing 2011); vanity with sink, supplied by hot and cold pressure water, and linen storage; there is a hanging locker to port opposite the head; the main cabin has a settee to port and an 'L' shaped settee to starboard that will make into a double berth; there is a bulkhead-mounted drop-leaf table; there is a chart table and navigation station aft to starboard with a quarter-berth; the galley is opposite to port.

The galley features a two burner LPG (w/ electric solenoid shut-off; dedicated propane locker, new gas lines professionally installed 2006) gimballed stove with oven (stove professionally serviced 2006), stainless steel sink supplied by hot and cold pressure water; a six cubic foot ice-box and lots of counter and locker space.

The interior of the yacht is finished to the usual high standard of this builder: teak cane locker doors (custom additions 2006); teak veneer bulkheads; sea-foam green Sunbrella fabric upholstery (2000). The fresh water system is supplied by a 30 gallon tank via a Jabsco pressure pump (new 2010); hot water is produced either by shore power connection or by the heat exchanger on the engine; there is a Dickenson LPG heater/fireplace mounted on the port bulkhead (2009).

ENGINE: 1985 Volvo Penta model #B2002, 18 HP, fresh water cooled (heat exchanger) marine diesel inboard; the heat exchanger was added in 1998; 18 gallon aluminum fuel tank; #316 Stainless steel shaft (1995); drip-less shaft-seal (renewed 2012); new engine mounts (professionally installed 2012); injectors cleaned (2009); new fuel pump (2007); new external cooling pump (2006); miscellaneous spare parts are included.

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS: The yacht has both 12 volt DC and 110 volt AC systems. The 12 volt system is supplied by an alternator on the engine through a selector switch to two lead-acid batteries (1-deep cycle house battery was replaced in 2011. 1-starting battery replaced in 2010). The 110 volt AC system is supplied by shore-power connection. There is a 50' 30 amp cord included. Power distribution is handled through two circuit breaker panels at the companionway. The yacht has a full complement of cabin and navigation lights, and an anchor-mast-head light (new 2009).

SAILS &RIGGING: 2 North sails (1985): fully-battened mainsail, working jib (new UV cover 2012) and genoa (Doyle 1986) & Drifter (asymmetrical spinnaker 1986); both jibs may be fitted to the Harken roller furling gear; jiffy reefing on mainsail managed from cockpit; mainsail cover (2003); genoa gear; whisker pole (new car 2010); 4 Lewmar self-tailing winches: 2 X #40 two-speed sheet winches; 2 X #30 halyard winches; reconfigured topping lift leading to the cockpit (2009); jib & genoa sheets (2009); mast inspection, sheave replacement, etc. (2009); main sheet traveller; internal halyards.

ELECTRONICS: Icom #IC M59VHF; Sony AM/FM/CD stereo; Plastimo compass mounted on the wheel pedestal (2017); depth sounder; Standard Horizon GPS plotter model #CP155C (2005); JRC #1500 RADAR (2005); Questis gimballed radar scanner mount on the back-stay with a custom elevated base; high-quality swing-out radar display base in the companionway; Autohelm #3000 autopilot.

GENERAL: This boat is configured and sized appropriately for safe single-handed cruising. 25# CQR anchor with chain leader & rode; manual bilge pump; steel cradle; 3 dock-lines; 5 fenders; boat hook; galvanized steel tubular winter cover frame (2004); boat hook; 2 fire extinguishers; flares (2012); horn; stainless steel swim ladder mounted on the stern; screens; Magma LPG barbeque; dishes; jack-lines made of (lay-flat) webbing (2008); Duras Inflatable dinghy (2013); 2.5 HP (4 stroke) Tohatsu outboard (2013); cockpit cushions (2016).


BROKER'S COMMENT:This is a well equipped, high quality boat that has had many upgrades and is a sweet sailor. The asking is price very competitive for these boats. She is in the water, rigged and ready to go.

1985 CS 30 Shoal Draft Auxiliary Sloop,  file# sa5733 1985 CS 30 Shoal Draft Auxiliary Sloop,  file# sa5733
1985 CS 30 Shoal Draft Auxiliary Sloop,  file# sa5733 1985 CS 30 Shoal Draft Auxiliary Sloop,  file# sa5733
1985 CS 30 Shoal Draft Auxiliary Sloop,  file# sa5733 1985 CS 30 Shoal Draft Auxiliary Sloop,  file# sa5733
1985 CS 30 Shoal Draft Auxiliary Sloop,  file# sa5733 1985 CS 30 Shoal Draft Auxiliary Sloop,  file# sa5733

For more information or to arrange a viewing contact the listing broker:

G. Ernest Hamilton
Maritime Ship & Yacht Brokers
35 Crown Hill Cres,
Saint John, New Brunswick,
E2K 2H2
(506) 634-1672, Fax (506) 632-2044


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