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Hi all here she is, now I have to organize the survey.








LOA: 39’
LWL: 30’
Beam: 11’ 4”
Draft: 5’ 11”
Displacement: 19,000 lbs.
Ballast: 9,500 lbs.
Engine: Perkins 4-108
Engine Horsepower: 40
Engine Hours: 1200
Fuel: 80 gallons
Water: 80 galons
Holding Tank: 36
Internal Layout:
Starting at the bow is the anchor locker, immediately followed by a generous sized v-berth. Below the v-berth is the holding tank. Aft of the v-berth, to port, is the head. Across on the starboard side is a hanging locker with double doors. This forward area is nicely ventilated by a deck hatch. Going further aft is the saloon area with L shaped settee and table to port, and a straight settee to starboard. The back of the starboard settee can also fold up to create a bunk bed sleeping arrangement. Lots of storage area is located below and behind these two settees. The saloon is well lighted and ventilated by a large deck hatch. Aft of the saloon to starboard is the galley with double sink and three burner stove/oven. Across from the galley to port is a pantry, additional drawers of storage and another very large hanging locker. Aft of this area to port is the entry to the aft cabin. This space has a large chart table, more storage lockers and drawers and a final third hanging locker. The aft sleeping quarters can accommodate two people.


Galley
12V Refrigeration in rebuilt box with new insulation.
Unique holding plate box which forms the freezer.
Propane 3 burner stove w/oven (2 propane tanks)
Propane sniffer.
Hot Water Heater (120v and engine driven)
Pressure water system
PUR 80 3.5 gph watermaker
Great Storage


Navigation/Electronics/Electrical
Raymarine SL70C Color Radar/Chartplotter mounted on swivel bracket visible from cockpit and chart table.
Navman Wind/Speed/Depth/Repeater
Icom 802 SSB/Ham w/factory mod for clipping
Pactor Modem
VHF w/cockpit speaker
Sailomat 601 windvane
Raymarine 1000 tillerpilot for use w/windvane
Stereo with Monitor Audio speakers & subwoofer
Xantrex 1500 watt inverter
Trimetric Battery Monitor
Xantrex 40 amp battery charger
Balmar 100 amp alternator
Balmar ARS-5 Regulator
420 ah gel battery bank
Orca LED Tricolor/Anchor


Living Space Features
Efficient lighting from Alpenglow fixtures
Additional LED light fixtures
Beautiful interior woodwork and teak floor.
Dickinson Newport propane heater.
Brass clock and barometer set.
Hanging brass trawler lamp.
Updated interior cushion upholstery.
Four electric fans.



Rigging/Sails/Anchoring Gear
Full batten main w/3 reefs new in ’04 w/batt cars. Very good cond
Roller furling 130 genoa new in ’06. Excellent cond.
Removable inner forestay and running backs.
Staysail new in ’06. Excellent condition.
Full symmetrical spinnaker .75 oz. Fine condition.
Asymmetrical spinnaker w/sock. Good condition.
Forespar spinnaker pole new in ’06.
Dutchman boom brake.
Profurl furling gear for genoa. New in ’04.
Forestay replaced with one size up in ’04.
Backstay (w/insulators) new in ’06.
Garhauer rigid boom vang.
44 lb Delta primary anchor.
Manual windlass.
150’ chain new in ’06. 200+’ nylon rode.
Danforth stern anchor, 30’ chain + nylon rode.



Additional features
Hauled out 10/07- fresh bottom job and new cutlass bearing
Revere 6 man liferaft.
Inflatable dinghy and outboard.
Outboard motor hoist on radar pole.
Kiwiprop 3 blade feathering prop.
PSS dripless prop shaft seal.
Leather wheel cover.
Emergency tiller.
Emergency rudder conversion for Sailomat.
Epoxy bottom job in ’03.
Spartite mast partner system.
New rebuilt starter in ’06.
Second bilge switch w/ high water alarm.
Raritan PHII head new in ’07.
Hard dodger that complements her lines; no big boxy thing. Windows and covers new in ’03.
Cockpit Bimini
Propane BBQ
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Simon,

Congratulations! She is VERY pleasing to my eye. Interior is beautiful!

I'm not familiar with the wings emblem. What make?

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Pretty boat, the best of luck with her. You didn't list the type of boat she is or her name. How do you plan on getting her home ?
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Sorry, she is a Ericson 39B Her new name will be "GOODONYA" so there will be a de-naming party and then a re-naming party. The plan is to sail her home via the Pacific milk run, and thats will be another thread.
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Good on you, mate...... good boat, good name.... buddy of mine races an Ericson 33-R and dominates his class and he's not that good, the boat wins for him........ She looks like shes going 8knots on jack stands, let us know about the delivery...... Good luck
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Hey Congrats Simon...didn't know you had even looked at an Ericson but those are good boats and this one seems well maintained and equipped. Good luck on survey etc.!!
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Well done very nice and fully equipped. You must be very excited.
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Congrats, beautiful boat. Dumb question - where's the prop?
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