Fiberglass Monohull Sloop designed by Robert Johnson designer of Island Packets
LOA: 29' 7"
LWL: 24' 3"
Beam: 9' 6"
Draft: 3' 6" Fixed Keel
Displacement: 6000 #
Engine: Universal M-12 11 H.P. Diesel
Tankage: Water: 50 Gallons
Fuel: 12 Gallons
Holding Tank 13 gal with Y Valve and Macerator installed 2007
Bridge Clearance: 35' 8"
Chain Locker in bow
Full size Vberth with water tank underneath and stowage
Port and Starboard Settee, port opens to double bed
Storage underneath and behind settees
Separate head with hot cold shower on starboard side
Galley on port side
Icebox, stainless sink with new faucets
Cockpit has lazerettes that open to hull of boat
Engine access on both sides and front access via companionway
Table folds against bulkhead with storage behind
Edson Wheel Steering with Teak Table
Garhauer 6 to 1 purchase Davit mounted to stern
Sails-2 main, 1 full batten, roller furling jib, hankon jib
Multi step battery charger
Sunbrella Sun Shades made 2009
Burgundy Bimini, sail covers and hatch covers made 2006
Gemini 5" Compass Binnacle
Harken Jib Roller Furling
Jiffy Reefing System
Lewmar16 ST Jib Winches (2)
Harken 16 ST Winch (1) on starboard cabin top and 1 Lewmar port cabin top
Head room 6' 1"
6 Bronze Opening Ports
Stainless Steel Sink with new faucets
Cockpit Shower Hot and Cold new 2010
Two Burner Origo 4000 Alcohol Stove
New Bottom Paint Fall of 2009 Pettit Trinidad Red
Two Dorade Vents
Hatch and Port Screens
All Bronze Thru-hulls 2006
Fire Extinguishers 2
v6 gal Hot Water Tank 110 Volt Electric W/ Heat Exchanger
Anchors Delta 25# Claw 33# Bruce 17# Danforth Stern Anchor
All Anchors with 30' chain and 150+ rode
2 anchor rollers
Separate Head with new Jabsco Head, Shower, Sink
Magma Gas Grill with Aluminum Propane Tank, New Regulator
Horizon Intrepid VHF Marine Radio
Shurflo Pressure Hot and Cold Water
110 Volt w/ 50' Shore Cable
Batteries 2 New 2010 Delphi golf cart for house, 1- 12v nonmaintenance for starter
Standard Horizon Depth, Wind and Knot Meters
125 watt Kyocera Solar Panel mounted over bimini with Controller
DC and AC outlets throughout
Pixie Dust is a self contained, well maintained pocket cruiser that requires very little attention if your time is limited. The solar panel fully supports all aspects of this boat without any problems.
I single-handed her from Panama City Florida to the Bahamas in 2007 and have lived on her during that time. The only reason I am selling her is that my family has grown and I need to upgrade to something a little larger to accommodate. She is a wonderful boat with loads of storage and extra parts and inventory. She has been well cared for and maintained and is ready for action for the next owner. All you need to do is bring your personal items and sail away. She is both US Documented and Bahamian Duty Paid and registered, so she can go back and forth without problems or she can stay right here in the Bahamas with no restrictions or extra fees. All maintenance records and upgrades are available along with manuals and receipts. She is setup so if you live in the US, but enjoy cruising the Bahamas, she can sit right here and be ready when you are.