Marina fees paid until May 1st. In a well-protected slip with a bubbler system.
This boat was designed by Ron Holland and was originally built by Jeanneu, in France, but the design was licensed to Cal Yachts for this specific model.
There are signs of its performance capabilities all over. Not many 30-footers have double spreaders. The aluminum mast extends through the deck and is keel-stepped. It's also hard to miss that the shrouds are solid, stainless steel rods- as opposed to wire used on most boats.
It was almost exclusively used as a daysailer and was hauled out every winter. It was bottom painted last in 2019. The 11 gallon fuel tank was only filled twice in the last 30 years (very low hours). The Atomic (5411) diesel engine was serviced regularly and there is a brand new Oberdorfer pump on it. I have a video of it running if anybody wants to see it in action.
The deck is closed-cell foam cored (instead of balsa), making it lighter and impervious to water damage and soft spots. The hull, keel, rudder and rigging are in great shape. There are no leaks or soft spots anywhere on the boat. The displays for the wind and multi instruments need replacement (the server and transducers are fine).
The fuel tank holds 11 gallons; the fresh water tank holds 21.
There are 2 double berths and 2 single berths, so it can sleep up to 6 people.
The sails- main, jib and genoa, are in good shape. Tuff luff system for the headsails on main forestay. Adjustable (unattached in photos) baby stay, and adjustable backstay. All lines are led aft to the cockpit. Barient 10 winch on the mast. Barient 18 on each side of the coachroof. Barient 25, for jib/genoa, on each side of cockpit. Two jib/genoa tracks on each side. Red bimini is currently stored in quarter berth. 5 clutches.
If I forgot to mention something, or if you want to see more photos or have any further questions, please don't hesitate to ask. And if you live in the area and want to take a look before making an offer, let's coordinate.