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San Juan 7.7, 1980, El Paso, Texas, $8,500, price reduced 6/30/07 to $7,300, ad expired

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1980 San Juan 7.7

  • Builder: Clark
  • Designer: Clark Marine
  • LOA: 25'9"
  • LWL:20'
  • Beam: 9'6"
  • Displacement: 3,200
  • Draft: 4'0"
  • Ballast: 1,200
  • Honda HP: 10hp Model: BF100 vHours: 200 hrs
  • Cruising Speed: 4 knots
  • Max Speed: 7 knots
  • Condition: Excellent (sailors don't put many hours on outboards)

    **ENGINE OPTION AVAILABLE** Purchased for my wife who hates to pull-start an outboard. For a small consideration I will include a new outboard with the sale. NEW (zero hours) HONDA 9.9 W/ Electric start and hydraulic lift and all accessories for remote engine controls. $3,000 for this option.

    Tankage

  • Fuel: 4gal
  • Water: 10gal

    Cabin Accommodations:

  • Forward, there is a comfortable V-berth large enough for a 6'4" captain or crew member. Privacy is afforded from the salon area by means of the bulkhead. An overhead translucent hatch provides plenty of ventilation to this area as well as light when closed. Aft of the v-birth you will find a small privacy head with a new port-a-potty for your comfort. In the main cabin large lounge seating and a drop leaf table provides comfortable lounge room for adults. There is plenty of storage below and behind seats and behind the seat back in the salon, smoked plexiglas windows above long shelves in the main cabin light the seating on both sides. There are open shelves provide even more storage above the seats and below that hide-a-way storage for those necessaries. The overhead hatch in the main cabin provides ventilation and lots of room for the cabin. To the port side of the dinette is the galley area. The ice box is below the galley counter. There are two cabinets below in the galley. Below the companionway step is an enclosed storage with a very large hatchway. I think this was part of the design for the inboard seen in some of these boats. There is storage below and behind the countertop, a hand pump pressure water system provides fresh water for your weekend. I used a simple electric cooker at the slip but there is room on the cook top for easly access to a stove from the cabin and cockpit. Across from the galley, behind the starboard seat in the aft cabin. There is a very large crew bunk with room for a six footer. This 'coffen birth' is where I put the ready to reach stuff when I'm sailing but there is a locker under the cockpit and behind the stair is very roomy and makes excellent storage space for sails. Access to the water tank, aft cockpit drains and plumbing is remarkable. Even a large guy can get to the remote items.

    Features:

  • Stainless steel sink
  • Fresh Water Pump pressure water
  • 12v. cabin electrical throughout
  • 110 VAC battery charger
  • Large icebox
  • Large storage under cockpit seating

    Hull and Deck

  • Custom SS bow and stern pulpits
  • Eight pound anchor & rode (2004)
  • Sun shade (2002)
  • Vinyl Coated Life Lines
  • Extra mid-ship cleats (2005)
  • Padded cockpit lifeline covers (2004)
  • Two Hatches (forward hatch is great for dousing sails)

    Sails and Rigging

  • Five winches
  • Spinnaker,Jib and Main Halyards led aft
  • Number 20 main winches
  • All Halyards available in cockpit
  • Halyard line cleats (2)
  • Good running rigging
  • Good Main sail
  • Good 180 Genoa
  • Good 150 Genoa
  • Excellent Spinnaker
  • Spinnaker Pole
  • Perfect 100 Jib
  • New Storm jib Sail

    Electronics and Navigation

  • Ritchie compass
  • Depth gauge
  • VHF Marine radio
  • Clinometer
  • Mast head flyer

    Electrical System

  • Battery charger (2002)
  • Group 24 battery
  • Automatic bilge pump
  • Navigation and interior lights

    Other:

  • Heavy Duty Tandum Axle Trailer Custom Made for the San Juan
  • Excellent for this keel boat and can be hauled by a half-ton pickup.

    NOTES FROM THE OWNER*

  • Handling: I can report from my wife who sails with me from time to time that the San Juan is agile and easy to handle. It moves out in light air and will not leave you setting in the heat in light air.
  • Performance: Want to Race? Take a look at the performance of this boat. Tired of seeing the J24's breeze by? You should look at the PHRF handycap for this boat. You may like the numbers. San Juan holds it's own with those racing types but still provides a comfortable weekend get away. Comfort:
  • Our SAN JUAN has been the weekend retreat, with room for the wife and I on the 3/4 full bed pulled out in the main cabin we have room through the cabin of this beamy boat. I am 6'2" and can sleep comfortably in any of the three births, aft, center or v-birth. The boat is Well kept, and cared for it has excellent equipment and is a perfect get-away at the lake.
  • Availability: The boat is in dry storage sitting on it's trailer, ready for transport. Price is FOB EL Paso


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