Current Price: US$ 42,000
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1984 Gulf 32 Pilothouse
Current Price: US$ 42,000
AMAZING MOTOR SAILOR
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Located In: BAYFIELD, WI
Hull Material: Fiberglass
RARE OPPORTUNITY TO OWN A, FRESHWATER, GULF 32 PILOT HO-- USE.
Only 400 copies were built in a period of 30 years.
The only one built that was delivered new to Lake Superior and remains there.
Motor-sailor built for ocean crossings.
Steer from inside or outside with two separate helm stations.
Pilot house design for comfort in ALL conditions.
Designed by William Garden, a specialist in globe trotting designs for offshore builders such as Formosa, Mariner, Island Trader and Vagabond. This yacht will sail kindly any where in the world.
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Displacement
Total Power: 32 HP
Engine Brand: Universal
Year Built: 1984
Engine Model: 40
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 32 HP
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Shore power inlet
Outboard engine brackets
Although only 32’ in length, this yacht has all the qualities of a much larger vessel. The storage and comfort provided by this boat is unheard of in boats of this size. Crossing the bridgedeck from the T-shaped cockpit brings you inside to the comforts of the pilot house.
PILOT HO-- USE
With 360 dgree vision and a 6’6” height, the pilot house provides incredible comfort while cooking at the galley to port or driving from inside during foul weather. No need to leave the comfort of the pilot house, this is ideal for a long watch with a sea berth. Teak sheathing throughout the interior feels like the inside of a jewelry box.
Large opening windows on both sides of pilot house for ventilation
Electric powered blades to keep forward windows clear of spray & rain
Large exterior visor to shade the house and help keep forward ports clear of rain & spray
3-burner propane stove and oven
Hot & Cold Pressure fresh water
Manual pressure sea water
Double bowl sink
Direct discharge drain for large ice-box
Electronic propane solenoid & sensor
Across from the Galley is a forward facing navigation station & large quarter berth.
Full engine control panel at nav station
AC/DC panel at nav station
Fixed VHF radio
Handheld charging station
Large chart table
Chart and Reference book shelf storage
Speed & depth at nav station
Directly mid ship is the inside helm station.
6- spoke stainless steel & wood wheel
Custom wood binnacle
Engine and transmission controls
Midship location for easy handling
Pedestal helm seat
Just forward and a couple steps down, is the saloon. Out of the way of foot traffic, it feels very separate and protected for the business of operating the vessel.
Up to 8’-0” of headroom in saloon
L-shaped dinette converts to double berth
Dinette table hinges up against bulkhead for an open area and hides large storage rack
Table has a drop leaf that, when extended, can seat up to 6 for dinner.
Single berth across from dinette also functions as a single berth with a foot well.
All locker doors are caned for ventilation and preventing mildew
Leaded glass cabinet doors help make the woodwork special
Forward of the dinette is a short companionway with a double-door, ventilated, hanging locker and across from it is a private head.
Hot & Cold pressure water
Manual cold water
Lots of storage
Plenty of light and ventilation
DOUBLE VEE BERTH
Large overhead hatch on rails
Teak parcel shelf
HULL & DECK
Designed and rigged as a cutter rig, an inner forestay will fly a staysail. This is very useful for quickly shortening sail in heavy winds, and keeping the center of effort close to midship providing better control. Adding the staysail on a broad reach really adds more horsepower to the sail plan and move the vessel with a good turn of speed.
The hull deck joint is “shoebox” construction with high bulwarks going forward. Deck stays drier and safer. There is a wood rubstrake built into the side of the hull to absorb dock rash.
Wide side decks for easy movement forward
Teak handholds going forward
Edson steering pedestal in cockpit
Teak dropleaf cockpit centerline table
Large bimini top
Heavy duty dinghy davits
Self tailing primary winches
Lazarette storage throughout
Large boarding gates makes easy entry
Walk through sternrail and swim ladder
Teak café-style doors at the companionway – no bother storing hatch boards
Large outboard genoa tracks & cars
Mid-boom sheeting keeps the cockpit clear
Stainless steel bow sprit and stem head
Large, keel hung rudder
ENGINE & MECHANICAL
Engine controls at helm and in pilot house
Inboard diesel 4-cyl
Make & model: Universal 40
Size: 32 hp
Racor fuel filters
BlueSea systems upgraded DC panel
3- deep cycle marine batteries
3- dedicated Battery Tender chargers to manage float charge in each battery
Fuel: 70 gal
Water: 70 gal
Hot water: 6 gal
Holding: 10 gal
Standard horizon fixed VHF
Uniden handheld VHF
Raytheon auto pilot
Raytheon mast mounted radar antenna
International Offshore series depthsounder
International Offshore series knotmeter
Instruments displayed at helm
Instruments displayed at inside nav station
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.