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(LOCATION: Geraldton Western Australia) Who hasn’t dreamed of cruising the Pacific? This one-of-a-kind Fenmore 59 foot, steel hulled, sloop is designed to do just that. Built for serious sailors looking for a high-quality bluewater cruiser. Her spacious cockpit is designed for open air living and her friendly interior has accommodations for extended getaways.
On deck we have a bow pulpit with roller, assorted anchors, ⅝” chain and Muir windlass. Stainless steel dinghy chocks hold a 12’ aluminum dinghy for thin water access. The pilothouse affords all weather navigation with room to relax. The spacious cockpit with ample seating and pedestal helm. There is a cockpit table for entertaining and alfresco dining. Sail inventory includes: New genoa, New stay sail, Fully rebuilt mainsle, Never used storm trisail, Never used storm mainsle, and a New Harken Furler. She is fitting with stainless steel rigging and rails and seven Andersen winches.
The spacious interior features three staterooms. The master aft cabin has queen berth and en suite head with tiled shower. An amidships cabin has double berth. The guest / day head has tiles shower. The forward cabin has four v-berth. The galley features refrigerator, freezer, two burner propane stove with oven and grill. Nearby is the cozy dinette area kept warm with a wood burning stove !
This beauty is powered by new Cummins 140hp diesel engine with only 350 hours. Auxiliary power is Isuzu generator with 2800 hours. A full complement of electronics includes: Simrad 4G 36-mile radar, Simrad chartplotter, Simrad autopilot Hummingbird chartplotter, Hummingbird echo sounder, Raymarine echo sounder, AP4 autopilot, Icom HF radio, Two Icom handheld VHF radios, MMSI receiver, and a Pioneer sound system.
Owner's confidence in Cape Petrel's condition and sea worthiness explains his offer of delivery for a fee to a majority of worldwide destinations.
An astute buyer will recognize that this is a special Blue Water Vessel.
Falmouth Yacht Sales would love to guide you through a personal showing of this 59' Custom Blue Water Sloop 2002. This yacht for sale is located in Geraldton, Washington and priced at $225,000. For a showing please contact us by filling out the form on this page and we will get back to you shortly!
Blue Water Sloop
This yacht is a strong safe blue water vessel. Ready to sail to the worlds remote regions. It has been refitted and prepared for me to travel the world but a heart attack stopped this dream. I have sailed the pacific twice in her (once from Hobart to Chile) averaging below 45 south.
She is equipped with a wood stove and washing machine. She has a dedicated storm sail track on her mast and carries a storm anchor as well as droge. Her main'sle rebuilt 2016 is four row stitched for added strength. her genoa (new 2016) is especially built for strong winds as is her stay sail (also new 2016). Her electronics include Hf Radio two hand held VHF radios a 4G Simrad radar plotter (all new 2016) two auto pilots (one new 2016) Her main engine is a Cummings 140-hp again new 2016. Her auxiliary is a Isuzu (2800 hours)
All her 22 portholes and seven windows are 12 mil strengthened glass set in stainless steel. All her fittings (winches pulley blocks hatches etc ) are mounted first to stainless steel before being welded to the hull. All her rails are schedule 40 stainless for added strength.
This vessel is a one off. Cape Petrel is a serious sea vessel.
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. This listing is a courtesy of a member of the International Yacht Brokers Association and may be centrally listed with another broker. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey representation of a particular vessel.