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1965 pearson countess 44 located in Florida for sale

44' pearson countess 44

Year
Length
Beam
Draft
Location
Price
1965
44'
12'
6'
Florida
$50,000

Description: “Patient Sailor”is a professionally built custom yacht. Hull, fiberglass, was laid up by Pearson Yachts, 1965 from plans of a Countess 44. Deck, house and interior custom completed by Morse Boat Builders, Thomaston, Maine, launched 1965. Dimensions: LOA 44’5”, LWL 32’6”, Beam 12’, Draft 6’, displacement, 27,000#, Gross Tons, 19, Net Tons, 16. Hull Configuration: full keel with attached full teak rudder, transom stern, moderate overhangs. Hull material, fiberglass, very heavy construction. Deck, cabin top, plywood with fiberglass over. Spars, booms, aluminum. 16 bronze opening ports. Sails: Main 9oz. 372 square feet, new condition. Mizzen 9oz. 115 square feet, new condition. Working jib 9oz. 241 square feet, good condition. Genoa 300 square feet, good condition. Staysail 90 square feet, new condition. Mizzen staysail, 324 square feet, good condition. Large Genoa, 6.5 oz. 476 square feet, fair condition. Engine and other equipment: Perkins 60 HP @ 1800 rpm uses one half gallon diesel per hour. Three bladed propeller. 70 amp alternator. Ritchie Super sport main compass. Nine foot four inch fiberglass dinghy with 4 HP Yamaha 2-stroke outboard motor. Aries Wind Vane with spares. Propane three burner gimbaled stove with large oven. Two aluminum 10 lb. propane tanks in teak box on deck. Galley has a lot of counter space and an icebox that can hold an exceptional amount of ice. Tankage: water, four built in tanks, approximately 300 gallons total. Diesel, 140 gal. total. 70 gal. tank in bilge forward of the engine with fuel gauge. Other 70 gal tank aft forward of lazarette and above the engine so it can be primed by gravity feed. Electronics: Garmin GPS, depth sounder needs to be replaced,. Anchors and Line: 45 lb. CQR, 45 lb. Fisherman, 100 lb. Luke storm anchor, Danforth anchor, 170 foot chain-nylon rode. Spare anchor line, Fenders and Dock lines. Three cabins with exceptional headroom, aft, a quarter berth under cockpit, two adult bunks, & one child’s bunk main cabin, two adult bunks forward cabin.

Equipment: . Large Genoa, 6.5 oz. 476 square feet, fair condition. Engine and other equipment: Perkins 60 HP @ 1800 rpm uses one half gallon diesel per hour. Three bladed propeller. 70 amp alternator. Ritchie Super sport main compass. Nine foot four inch fiberglass dinghy with 4 HP Yamaha 2-stroke outboard motor. Aries Wind Vane with spares. Propane three burner gimbaled stove with large oven. Two aluminum 10 lb. propane tanks in teak box on deck. Galley has a lot of counter space and an icebox that can hold an exceptional amount of ice. Tankage: water, four built in tanks, approximately 300 gallons total. Diesel, 140 gal. total. 70 gal. tank in bilge forward of the engine with fuel gauge. Other 70 gal tank aft forward of lazarette and above the engine so it can be primed by gravity feed. Electronics: Garmin GPS, depth sounder needs to be replaced,. Anchors and Line: 45 lb. CQR, 45 lb. Fisherman, 100 lb. Luke storm anchor, Danforth anchor, 170 foot chain-nylon rode. Spare anchor line, Fenders and Dock lines. Three cabins with exceptional headroom, aft, a quarter berth under cockpit, two adult bunks, & one child’s bunk main cabin, two adult bunks forward cabin.
Comments: “Patient Sailor” had sailed around the world prior to being purchased by her present owner in 1992. Since then he has made three round trips from the Caribbean to Brazil via the Azores, Canary Islands and Cape Verde Islands and Trinidad. The boat sailed to Florida from Puerto Rico in 2004. All these passages were made single-handed. The boat is very easy to manage and accommodates well to steering by the Aries wind vane. Because of its long keel it is steady on course and off the wind this vessel is fast and stable. The raised deck offers much space for safe deck work while underway and storage. Below, there is exceptional locker space for tools, spares, food, provisions, and clothes as well as books. The boat is federally documented. This is an ideal, proven, tradition design live aboard vessel for a single-hander, couple or a small family and is being offered at a price of $50,000 because of age, family commitments and health reasons. Currently, the boat is at Westland Marina, Titusville, Florida. For an appointment contact “Bob” at 321-652-1468. Cash buyers only.

Location: titusville florida, Florida
L72344
321-652-1468

Material
Hull
Type
Rigging
Cabins
Condition
fiberglass
monohull
daysailer
fractional sloop
1
fair

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