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Sailcraft Comanche, 1980 sailboat for sale

Builder: 1980 Sailcraft Comanche UK vessel 32 x 13'11 of beam and 3.5 in fixed keels. Displacement 5,500 pounds. Located in Coconut Grove Sailing Club in Miami.

  • Waiting list for a mooring ball there can take 7/9 years. Yes buyer can keep mooring if become a member of the Club.

    Propulsion: Twin 9.9 Yamaha 4 stroke High Thrust 9.9 Outboards. 9 Gallon fuel tank for main engine and 2 separate 3 gallons fuel tank for second engine. Both engines have electric trim and starter. Main engine is 2008 and second engine at transom is 2004 with electric steering for maneuvering. Hours unknown but oils just have been changed as I regularly do every 80/100 hours. They run perfect

    Equipment: 4 solar panels of 100watts each with a charging controller. 4 6v Golf Batteries for main engine and Main power. Separate 12v for second engine.Total of 36 gallons of water in two separate tanks with pressure tank, electric pump and shower inside and outside of boat. New gas/propane water heater, Big propane tank for stove and water heater. Solar fans take moisture out of the boat. New quartz kitchen and head countertops with new ss faucets. New 12,000 btu marine air with pump. New flat smart TV, new 3000 inverter, new all throughout LED lights, new fixed spot light at bow, new FM Blue T radio with speakers. Also included GPS, VHF radio, Radar not connected, emergency tiller, fender, One anchor with 200 feet of chain and secondary anchor with chain and rope. Spinnaker pole for genoa (No spinnaker), full battened min sail with mechanical topping lift. Custom arch for sitting and solar panels. Customs heavy duty SS davits.Cockpit cushions and Picnic table. SS bbq and fishing rod holder. Watertight exterior lockers. Easy access to maintain all around the vessel. Two spare propellers

    Needs: Canvas, soft spot behind captain chair, rigging year unknown and bottom pain is due but new thru hulls are installed and cero NO NO blisters. Paint around has marks, scratches etc is a boat 1980.

    Fuel consumption: less than a gallon per motor. We just came back from the Bahamas burning that amount of fuel at 3/4 of throttle. Against tide, waves and wind boat manages to do 5/5.5 knts and 6/6.5 knts under good conditions at power.

    Accommodations: two double cabins on each rear corner of the pontoon, single beds on each front corner of pontoons. Saloon table converts into a bed for 2. Total 8 persons

    Construction: Fiberglass boat with enclosed flotation on each corner. SS embrace structure from one pontoon to the other one to attach chain plates. Very rigid and strong boat. Skeg rudders for protection. Encapsules keels for protection in case of going aground. Nice solid teak throughout, all bulkheads rock dry with no signs of water. Excellent ventilation with 11 portholes and hatches around the boat. Headroom in Saloon is 5.5 and 7.5 at Pontoons and cabins from corner to corner. Lot and lot of storage in and out of the boat!!!!

    Not included: dinghy, personal content at boat, ss plow anchor, name Tranquilein

    Being a previous owner of 2007 Gemini 105 I can give this comparison. Some differences between Comanche 32 n Gemini 34: The C32 has a nice trampoline to allow air flow directly to sails. Also avoid having weight at bow for a way better smooth ride. The C32 bridge deck is very high; we have been in all kinds of seas and rarely water hits the hull. Contrary to the G34 that slam even at anchor. The C32 was built to sail long distances and have better upwind performance. The C32 has more freeboard than the G34. Cockpit back rest in the C32 are higher too. The interior is made of real wood, not cheap plywood with laminate. The C32 has a very strong hull and doesn't make noises while sailing like the G34. The C32 has a tabernacle mast and enclosed flotation in all corners. Steering wheel is at the center of the boat with excellent visibility. The C32 has twin outboards for easy and economical maintenance.

    Price is firm: $60.000

    Email Mario at mariosailtranquilein@yahoo.com

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    Sailcraft Comanche, 1980 sailboat