Sails: Main, Genoa, Working Jib, Storm Jib, Spinnaker
Other Equipment: Radar, GPS, Propane Barbecue, 2 VHFs (mounted and handheld), Inverter, Solar Panel, 406mhz. EPIRB with built-in GPS, Chart-plotting Software with GPS Accessory for Laptop, Autopilot and remote (networked with GPS), closed-cell foam cockpit cushions, newer upholstered interior cushions, new marine head (2008), 110-volt Inverter, Plow-Style Anchor with 150' chain, Avon Rubber Dinghy, Origo Gimbaled non-pressurized alcohol stove.
This 32-foot Swedish-built cruising sailboat is ready to take you anywhere in the world. The larger cousin of the famous "Folkboat," the Marieholm 32 was created with the North Sea in mind. Her 3,000-pound encapsulated lead full keel helps her track well, even in heavy wind, and she offers an incredibly stable, smooth ride in rough seas. A self-tacking jib, in addition to a full genoa, make the boat easy to sail in rough weather. She is fast and responsive for a full-keeler, even in lighter wind. Unlike most other Marieholms on the market, this one has an updated, reliable Yanmar diesel engine, which pushes her along easily at 6 knots and burns very little fuel.
In addition to her noteworthy sea-keeping abilities, her accommodations are roomy and comfortable for a 32-footer. She sleeps five people comfortably, and has enough headroom to allow a six-foot-tall person to stand up in the main salon. A dedicated chart table provides a stable platform for navigation work, and a dinette, with comfortable seating for six, makes an excellent gathering place at mealtime. I have sailed this boat from New York up to Maine for the past three summers, and she has proved to be an excellent live-aboard during the months I have spent on her.
This boat is completely ready to go, with a full suite of new electronics, radar, autopilot, newer Yanmar engine, new 406 mhz. Epirb with built-in GPS, new nonskid, excellent North mainsail, spinnaker, self-tacking jib, genoa, and storm sail. A bullet-proof boat that's all set for long-distance voyaging.
Current owner is a U.S. Coast Guard licensed captain.
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Just wanted to let you know that the boat has sold. Thanks for all your help.
New York, New York