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1980 Ericson 30+
Length at deck: 30 feet
Length at water: 28 feet
Draft: 5 feet 10 inches
Beam: 10 feet 6 inches
New DuPont Emron paint on sides, cockpit, and cabin July 2006 (6 coats)
Bottom paint is being redone now.
Mainsail: April 1999, I: 36.5, J: 12.2, E: 12.83, P: 37.58 (P modified May 2001)
Jib: 100 percent, April 1999
135 Genoa: Hogan Sails, June 2001
Asymmetrical Spinnaker w/sock: Built from full spinnaker by Hogan sails, June 2001 (Never used)
Storm Tri-sail: Hogan Sails, June 2001 (Never used)
Storm Jib: ATN Gale Sail, 60 square feet, purchased July 2002 (Never used)
ATN Top Climber: purchased April 2001, includes 75 feet of half inch line.
Standing Rigging: installed by Hansen Rigging, Alameda, CA 1996
Running Rigging: installed by Hansen Rigging, Alameda, CA April 2001
Main-boom replaced by Hansen Rigging, April 2001
Rigid vang installed by Hansen Rigging, April 2001
Gooseneck raised 1 foot by Hansen Rigging, April 2001 (to allow for dodger/bimini)
Mainmast re-wired, primed and painted January 2001
Autopilot: Auto helm ST4000 + MK2 Wheel pilot, inst. Feb 2006 (Sn 0450010)
The following installed January 2001 by Maritime Electronics, Sausalito, CA
ST60 Tridata (Sn 0110179)
ST60 Multi Repeater (Sn 0110169)
ST60 Wind w/analog vane (Sn 1200994)
Lexan depth transducer
Lexan speed transducer
GPS: Furuno GP31 (Sn 3440-6665)
SSB Radio: Icom M710-1136 channel, out of band mod (Sn 010819) Antenna Tuner: AT-130 (Sn 026160)
ST72 Radar screen and cabling. The sweep unit leaked water and must be replaced. It is removed from the mast. The support bracket is in place.
SSB Modem: Pactor PTC II Pro inst. Sept 2001
Panasonic CF 27 Toughbook laptop: six years old, but setup for receiving sailmail via the SSB. MS Windows XP. Lots of legal software.
VHF Radio: Quest GX1256s, inst. At Nav-station & RAM+ remote unit inst. In Cockpit, June 2005
Auxiliary Motor: Universal Atomic Diesel, Model 5416, 16 HP, 2 Cylinders
Starter Motor: Kubota 15521-63010 for Z-751 engine, inst. May 2005.
Alternator: 106A Sn 6684 rebuilt May 2005
Fuel: 25 gallon diesel tank, stainless steel, Raycor 500 pre-filter
Three blade propeller, inst. July 2002, two blade spare propeller.
Upgrade to 3 house & 1 starter, Gel cell batteries March 2001 (3 batteries replaced Aug 2006 - 2 house & starter)
BP Solar panels: two 85 watt, 4.4 amp w/controller
Nextstep Regulator (Sn N12573)
Isolator Eliminator (Sn 2326)
Energy Monitor (Sn 10276)
Wind Generator: inst. Oct 2006 (purchased used)
Dodger and Bimini w/full cockpit Sunbrella and net walls, inst Oct 2002
Water maker: Pur 40E inst. Feb 2001 (new membrane not installed)
Refrigerator: Waeco rebuilt July 2005 by Evans Master, Panama City, Panama
Stove: Radiant ERC 2321 propane, inst. Feb 2001
Fresh Water Pump: Surflo Silencer, inst. Nov 2002
Automatic Bilge Pump: Whale Gulper 220, inst. Feb 2006
Holding Tank Pump: Gusher 550 manual, inst. Feb 2002, rebuilt frequently
Tank Sensors: Gauge and sensors inst. Feb 2002 (2 water, fuel, holding)
Two 7.5 pound Propane tanks with rail mounted stainless cover
EPIRB: 406 Purchased Oct 2000, renewed 2005
Portable GPS: Garmin 48, purchased Oct 2000
Sextant and Nav computer: Astra IIIb sextant w/artificial horizon attachment in padded Pelican case. Celesticomp V Computer.
Bruce 10 kilo with 63 feet of Stainless chain and 100 feet of ½ inch rode.
Fortress 11 with 150 feet of 5/8 inch rode.
Lifeboat / dinghy:
Tinker Folding RIB. Purchased Dec 2000, fiberglass bottom refurbished Oct 2006. Has oars, sailing rig with jib, mainsail, boom, dagger board, tiller/rudder and all lines. Also has emergency canopy, sea anchor, and nitrogen/oxygen rapid inflation tank. Fits on foredeck folded or open (folded in picture above).
Outboard Motor for dinghy: Yamaha 2.5 HP four stroke. Also have most of the spare parts needed for most repairs. Purchased Dec 2002.
Miscellaneous: Five 5 gallon diesel cans, one 2 gallon gas can, two one gallon fuel cans, many spare parts, tools specific to the boat, lots of line, sail repair kit, sea anchor w/tackle and 300 feet of 5/8 inch line, air conditioner for in-port use. Too many other small items to mention.
The boat is ready to cruise, just needs provisioning.
Wanted to let you know that I sold my boat. It was purchased by two Canadian guys who live in Panama. They only offered about two thirds of what I wanted, but that is the going rate now I guess.
Thank you for listing her on your website. Good luck in the future.
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