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1985 Kirie Elite 30
refurbished in 2005. This is a great racer or super fast cruiser. Great stern swim platform with ladder. Topsides (sides of hull), deck, and mast repainted with Interlux Interthane Plus high performance 2-part polyurethane paint. New Awlgrip GripTex non-skid decks. The prepwork for the paint job was meticulously done. Every scratch was filled and faired and the boat was sanded between each coat. The finish looks like the original factory finish. Hull was sealed with epoxy and coated with Interlux Interprotect 3000. When the boat was repainted everything except the toe rail was removed from the deck, and everything has been rebedded with 3M 5200. There are no fitting leaks into the cabin. Mast was spar-tited in cabin top. Woodwork inside and out was revarnished. All of the interior headliner has been replaced. Large lazarette storage area in cockpit and there is storage space in the cockpit under the stern seat for a cooler or life raft. Anchor locker at bow. The main aft cabin, sleeps two, is separated from the main cabin with a bulkhead and door and includes a hanging locker. The aft head is also separated from the main cabin with a bulkhead and door and also includes a wet hanging locker with a drain for foul weather gear or wet items. The forward v-berth, sleeps two, is separated from the main cabin with a bulkhead and curtain and includes full length shelving on each side. The main cabin can also sleep two. Galley sink and cockpit shower head have pressurized water. The Galley included a propane stove w/ oven, stainless steel sink, ice box and lots of storage space. Large nav table across from the galley with all fuse panels centrally located. New Instruments, Horizon Standard, (depth, speed, and wind). New Radio, Marine AM/FM/CD (MP3) 160W with two cabin mounted speakers. Brand new head, holding tank, and tank alert system has never been used. All acrylic in hatches and cabin ports is new. Most of the wiring has been replaced with tinned marine grade copper wiring. All navigation lights have been replaced. Shore power with galvanic isolator and automatic battery charger. Too many sails and upgrades to list, but I will do my best below.
The only negative is that the prop shaft needs to be straightened or replaced. It is still functional but there is a minor vibration due to the shaft not being true. The last time the boat was hauled the yard put the lifting strap across the shaft and didnít realize it until it was too late.
1985 Elite 30 Specifications
Ballast 2,370 lbs
Displacement 5,732 lbs.
Mast Height (from deck) 46'5"
Sail Area (Main + 100%) 456 ft2
I (foretriangle hgt) 9.85 M
J (foretriangle base) 3.05 M
P (mainsail luff) 11.20 M
E (mainsail foot) 4.10 M
All acrylic in hatches and cabin ports is new.
Bow Anchor roller
Anchor line locker in forward deck
Bag of multiple snap-shackles, pulleys, and blocks
Trident Barometer (at Nav Table)
Bilge Pumps: Rule Electric, gpm with Rule 3-way switch; Cockpit mounted manual hand pump, 2 Portable hand pumps
Type IV Horseshoe Buoy (Jim Buoy)
Cabin ports are of acrylic
Cabin Lights: 5 7" Halogen NavDome lights (White and Red light) 10W
2 Swivel based cabin lights 5W
1 12"X5" Flourescent Light (White)
Solar-powered Battery Trickle Charger (ICP Global Battery Saver Pro)(400 mA?)
Battery Charger, Guest 10 amp Charge Pro (on-board fixed-mount)
Guest Galvanic Isolator, Model 2433
Compasses, 2, Rule Saturn Aquameter
ACR56C Distress Marker (Needs battery)
Deck Flood Light on lower spreader
8' Genoa tracks (2) with adjustable sheet lead blocks.
2' Staysail tracks (2) with adjustable sheet lead blocks
Water tank with deck fill access
Fuel tank with deck fill access
U.S.C.G. approved 9 gallon, vented, Todd holding tank with NozAll deck pump-out adapter or thru-hull overboard pumpout capability. Has TankWatch Holding Tank Alert system.
Engine Hour Meter
Engine Volvo-Penta Diesel, 9 h.p.
EPIRB, Class B, ACR Mini B
120V a/c Distribution Panel, Blue Sea Systems
2 U.S.C.G. approved ABC Fire Extinguishers.
Galley 2-burner Semer Stove and oven, w manual fuel shut-off valve at stove and regulator/shut-off at cockpit tank
Galley SS sink with swan-style movable faucet and pressurized water (two accumulator tanks and pump)
Head sink has foot-pump operated water.
Galvanic Isolator (eliminates the danger of bonding AC to DC systems
Halyards: Almost all lines except mooring are new.
Two Safety Harnesses
Hatches, (2) Leqmar
Holding Tank and TankWatch Indicator panel
Horizon Standard Instruments: Wind Speed/Direction, Depth Meter, Knotmeter
Mast: Johnson Custom spar, JSI section 135
Paint job_ 2 part polyurethane, 2 base coats 3 top coats.
Horizon USA II Standard UHF with cockpit speaker
Radio, Marine AM/FM/CD (MP3) 160W with two cabin mounted speakers
Cabin-top Rope Clutches: double on port, triple on starboard, various cam cleats, and 2 large jam cleats.
Solar Panel for battery charger
Solar Vent ((Front Hatch)
Staysail equipped, controlled in cockpit.
Swim Platform Ladder 3-step
TuffLuff Twin Groove Headstay System.(1205-2)
Harken mainsheet traveler system
USCG Documentation 902534
2 Barbarossa 31.2 self tailing, 2- speed, aft cockpit
2 Barbarossa 40, 2- speed, mid-cockpit
2 Barbarossa 30, 2- speed, cabin top
1 Barbarossa 6, mast
UV Mylar main
Almost newDacron main with torn panel
White and Gold Dacron & mylar
Green Kevlar Stay Sail
150 Dacron/Mylar Genoa
Mylar jib (small tear (3"))
150 Genoa, mylar, tape drive
UV Storm jib
#1 lightweight, general.
3/4 oz. Tri-radial Spinnaker Blue/Green/White
1/2 oz. Tri-radial spinnaker
Inventory of Velas Ullman (VU) Sails
Main, Dacron, 882 ft2 gross
Heavy Genoa 150%, 684 ft2 gross
Light Genoa 150%, 594 ft2 gross
Genoa 100%, 180 ft2 gross
Storm Jib, 180 ft2 gross
No 1 Spinnaker, 945 ft2 gross
No 2 Spinnaker, 450 180 ft2 gross
The boat has been sold. Can you please reflect it in the listing? Thank you for all your help!
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