Power BoatsWashingtonMarcosMarcos 39 Cutter Offshore Cruiser -- Live Aboard
This engine has been professionally maintained and serviced as necessary and those records are available on board.
The steering is hydraulic.
The house batteries are four Trojan 145 amp new in 2015. Cutter rigged Marco Aluminium spars (1981) with stainless steel standing rigging (1981) The genoa and staysail are on roller furling with weather guards that match mainsail cover. All sails and covers are in outstanding condition. The mainsail has been professionally maintained. All the lines are led aft to the cockpit.
The standing rigging appears to be oversized for serious offshore sailing. The mast has been removed and the rigging inspected in the spring of 2016.
The boat was de-rigged this summer as part of extensive time in the Port Townsend boat yard. Some of the work was to replace the bow sprit. That required the de-masting at which time all standing rigging as well as the mast was inspected, cleaned and re-stepped. The old barrier coat on the bottom was removed down to the original fiberglass and two coats of Kit Grey Interprotect applied and covered with Trinidad Pro bottom paint. All exterior wood stripped and refinished with Cetol. The foredeck was repaired with purpleheart wood under the windlass. 12 volt, 6 batteries charged by: engine, shore power Total LOA 44'.
The fuel tanks are of aluminum and the water tanks are GRP.
This vessel has a full keel with a cutaway forefoot.
It has been said the Marcos was the finest boat builder in B.C., and that he produced tooling for other manufacturers. He built many of the Maple Leaf 42 sail boats. This boat is molded fiberglass with a reported Airex PVC foam core. The deck and cabin top is fiberglass with balsa core material used in certain areas to provide insulation and stiffness. There is a teak cap rail around the deck edge, there are 13 bronze ports and three overhead opening hatches. There are stainless steel bow and stern pulpits and double life lines on stainless steel stanchions. Starting in the forepeak there is access to the anchor locker. To port is a double bunk and to starboard is small seat. Aft to port is the head with sink, toilet and shower. To starboard is a double hanging locker. Aft to port is a diesel Dickinson heater and the saloon table with U-shape seating with book shelves and storage lockers above. To starboard is the settee with
book case shelves and upper storage lockers.
Aft to starboard is a U-shaped galley featuring a double sink, Nova Kool refrigeration, propane three burner stove with oven. Plenty of storage above and below the counters. Beautiful case work with glass front upper cabinets. To starboard and aft of the settee is the navigation station with a chart table and electronic instruments. The aft cabin features sleeping for two or three in two bunks. There is a storage cabinet between bunks with a port light to the cockpit and an over-head hatch. This cabin is separated from the main saloon by a teak door.
The engine access is under the main cabin sole.
There are complete records of all improvements, upgrades, maintenance and repairs since these owners purchased in 2000. They can be viewed on board. Furuno radar on gimballed radar mount on the backstay.
Galaxy 5" compass
Motorola Triton ll VHF
Garmin 120XL GPS
Signet MK Depth Sounder
SR Mariner Knotmeter and distance log
Wind speed and direction SR Mariner 4 halyard winches
4 sheet winches
Electric Muir windlass
(one bruce #33, one danforth S920, one cqr #45)
300'0" of chain
9' 10" Brig dinghy (2001)
6hp outboard, Johnson, Short Shaft (unknown year)
300' of 3/8 and 50' of 5/16 chain
Primary sheet winches are 2 Barlow
The secondaries are 2 Lewmar 40s
The halyard winches include 2 Lewmar 40s, 1 Lewmar 30 and 1 Lewmar 16. Sombrella covers for all sails, as well as the barbecue, LPG cylinder and outboard motor. 3 bilge pumps (1 manual / 2 Electric) Stainless steel swim ladder
Force 10 barbecue
Lifesling and man overboard pole
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