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  2. Custom LEOPARD 3800

    Custom LEOPARD 3800

    New Haven, Connecticut

    AHIMSA-If you're moving up to a catamaran, this 38' Leopard is right for you - a solid boat for Bluewater sailing and island hopping. Value priced and no refitting or upgrading necessary.BRAND NEW ENGINES!1999 Robertson & Caine, Cape Town South Africa-Leopard 3800    USCG registered Number 077342   U.S. Coast Guard Electrician rewired and upgraded solar  North Carolina 5/21. Gross Tonnage 24 GRT Net Tonnage 19 NRT Displacement: 17,190 lb.   Length LOA: 37 ft 9 in   LWL: 33 ft 9 in Beam: 21 ft 3 in  Depth 8.4    Draft: 3 ft 7 in  Mast Height: 60’  Fuel Capacity:  65 US gal Water 2 tanks: 211 US gal NAVAL ARCHITECT Alexander Simonis HULL NUMBER L38004J899 The vessel was sailed Cape Town to the Caribbean                              LAYOUT AND DESIGN The Leopard 38 is the one of the rare "owners’ layout". The 38 handles easily, has a large cockpit and a well-appointed saloon and cabins. She has a huge cockpit with cocktail/dining table.This is the three double QUEEN cabin version with a master suite occupying the starboard hull and the two cabins in the port hull share heads and showers. The galley is up in the saloon. The deck layout is clear and the mainsheet traveler runs on an arch over the transom giving unimpeded access to the water via a wide aft bathing platform. The transom arch also serves to support the aft end of the Bimini and to carry the dinghy. Deep louvre steps shade the forward sloping saloon windows while providing an easy and secure walkway to the saloon roof.  3 queen-sized cabins & Large private owners’ suite, with queen berth, with hanging locker and abundant storage, large private shower, vanity/office desk.* Two cabins – one forward and one aft, each with hanging locker; full guest head and shower midship 2 full heads w/showers Seven-foot headroom throughout LED lightingDedicated shower sump pumps w/filters and overboard dischargeFans in the salon and in each cabin also has wide side deck and a large forward deck for lounging with two low-stretch trampolines.              SAILSa.    Main Sail-is a Full batten heavy fabric Doyle sail from The Loft in Barbados Commissioned  in 2007 and certified 2022 in R.I. as no need for replacement as it never had, any tears or holes or necessitated any repairs.  b.   Headsail-Ahimsa’s Head sail is also a Doyle from the Barbados Loft. It is in a similar state to the main and also has never had a tear or hole. c.   Spinnaker-Crisp asymmetrical spinnaker. It has an ATN sock. These spinnaker socks are a nylon tube with a smooth fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) ring that allows a single sailor to gather and contain a spinnaker sail safely, quickly, and reliably.  The sock has a few easily sewn  unimportant holes in the sock material  a.   Yanmar 3GM30f- two fully rebuilt engines. August 2022.Ahimsa HAS two NEW fully rebuilt engines (Original Japanese versions-Yanmar 3GM30f) Two diesel engines pulled functioning from refurbished boats were purchased  May 2022 - B & M Marine Equip of Massapequa NY.  together with our two functioning engines, became two completely rebuilt by Holmes Marine Services, Milford, CT in June 2022, and installed July 2022 by Bridgeport Boat Works, CT at an expense of over $30,000.00 Kanzaki transmissions AND 2 NEW Sailor Propeller 15x13 Three-blade fixed propellers- purchased and straight shaft installed ($3,000 July 2022.)  Morse shifters     RENEWABLE ENERGY- SOLAR INDEPENDENCE  May 2021 a U.S.C.G. electrician revamped the Solar system including:  upgrading A. Inverter/Charger--Xantrex Freedom Sw3012 12v 3000w 815-3012  12V, 3000W - 120 Vac / 60 Hz ($2000 May 2021)  B. NEW - PARALLEL AND SERIES STACKING OF DEEP CYCLE 6V BATTERIES (wired May 2021 by USCG electrician) Solar Power (approximately 1330 watts)    Cockpit Bimini (700 watts)The cockpit is covered by solar panels ( there is a catwalk down the middle) attached to a stainless-steel frame. Twelve of these panels are wired in series-parallel are run to an Outback Flexmax 60-amp controller at 80 volts at the battery bank. Aft Solar Array (630 watts).A second solar array sits aft of the Targa bar on a stainless frame. The array is comprised of two 315-watt panels set in series to feed 80 volts into a second Outback Flexmax 60 charge controller. 2VHFs   AIS Digital Yacht iAISa.   ONWA KS-200A  SIMRAD GO7 XSR- 7-inch Chart plotter with active imaging 3-in-1 transducer, C-map and sun cover in-helm installed-- chart plotting device.(May 2021-ready for radar to be installed)PURCHASED  Anemometer-a Digital Yacht Wind Sense unit   Autopilot-ST6001+ Raymarine w/ gyro compass Depth Gauge-Sonar- Lowrance HDS5 with cover. Village Marine Little Wonder 12 volt-6 GPM The Little Wonder produces approximately six gallons per hour GAS FIRED-HOT WATER HEATER (2018) Anchors-Mantus 65 pound+60-pound secondary Bugl type Lofrans Tigress windlass-Motor rebuilt 2018-Gypsy replaced 2018 Anchor chain MarineNow 200 ft 3/8inch ISO G45 High Test Marine Anchor Chain 144um Micron Thick Hot Dipped Galvanized replaced May 2022 Nylon 3-strand Anchor Rode Miami Cordage (2022) 100 ft.    ACR EPIRB- DINGY WEST MARINE 15hp     

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  6. Custom Boyd / McGruer Daysailer

    Custom Boyd / McGruer Daysailer

    Urbanna, Virginia

    Built by McGruers of Scotland in 1980, This superb little daysailer was designed in 1977 by David Boyd, a draftsman in the office of William Fife III who went on to become one of Britain’s best known yacht designers in his own write throughout the 1950’s and 60’s.  Reportedly this was Boyd’s last design. Boyd’s racing yachts won some of the most prestigious competitions of his era. His 6-Metres won the Seawanhaka Cup three times, the equally high-profile One Ton Cup, more than half-a-dozen Solent Silver Medals and top-scoring individual yacht honors in the British America’s Cup.  David Boyd’s best-known work from the post-war era was that of three 12-Metre yachts he designed for the America’s Cup.  VICTORIOUS has been described as a miniature 12-Meter, and undoubtedly represents the culmination of David Boyd’s success with 6-Meters and other small racers.  Some have said she is a modernized Piper One Design; the dimensions are very similar. The Piper is now built as the Rustler 24 still with the full keel. Everybody knows Fife, but there were other fine builders in Scotland and McGruer was one of the best.   Construction of VICTORIOUS features double-planked mahogany with closely spaced steam bent frames, gleaming varnished topsides and a solid teak deck.  Her bottom was professionally sheathed in fiberglass in the 1990’s and remails fair and tight. The typically British deep narrow cockpit offers excellent protection, with a sole and helm seat of varnished teak grating and a contoured forward seat that is artfully laminated in 15 2mm layers. New Elvstrom sails in 2004, a low maintenance aluminum rig, full cockpit cover, and custom trailer allow for easy set-up and transport.   There are no running back-stays and all sheets and halyards are easily reached from the cockpit, so she would be easy to single-hand. Sail inventory: Elvstrom tri-radial Pentax main and Genoa 2004, Elvstrom asymmetric spinnaker 2004, older main, no 1, 2, 3 headsails, spinnaker, drifter. VICTORIOUS was brought to the US by her current owner in in 2004, and is currently on her trailer, under cover in Virginia.   The plan is to bring her to Maine in June – hopefully for racing at Camden Classics in July! Her name was given to her because she was built as birthday present by a father to his daughter, her name being Victoria Stewart.

    Seller Artisan Boatworks Inc.

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