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Gulfstar 39 sailmaster
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2 4027 Wed March 7, 2007
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100% of reviewers None indicated 9.0












Description: Gulfstar 39 sailmaster
Keywords: Gulfstar 39 sailmaster
 


Author
browngr3
Junior Member

Registered: December 2003
Review Date: Sat November 29, 2003 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
Pros:
Cons:

GREAT BOAT,most confortable 39 anywhere.Its layout and design is still very much sought after today years after the company has gone out of business.Overall its a good sailor.Only wish this identical design was available in a larger model with aft cabin.
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camndon

Junior Member

Registered: November 2000
Location: Bainbridge Is., WA
Posts: 17
Review Date: Wed March 7, 2007 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 9 

 
Pros: Easy handling, open and light salon w/fwd galley,large head w/sep. shower, great cockpit,
Cons: "Open" layout leaves shortage of storage,

Bought our boat new in '81 and haven't seen one of this size since that I would prefer. Very liveable for one couple. The "raised salon" look is now in style so the GS 39 doesn't look dated. Less than 50 hulls built so you will have something different from everyone else in the marina. Good light air performer (tacks through about 100 degrees) for a cruising boat. Easily powers at 6.5 K. Good engine access--V-drive. Watch for chainplate/stanchion leaks into deck core--some lack of "cutouts" in lower skin. Inevitable window leaks with so many large salon windows. Shoal draft (5') adds to leeway but great for cruising thin waters. My wife and I LOVE this boat--and we still hit the boat shows every year!
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