- Stock #211644 -
31 Mariner, Fully refit - Phone number removed -
Ready to SAIL AWAY!
This 1971 31 Mariner (Far East) was built 1971 in Yokosuka, Japan (full ReFit - Phone number removed -
, and is located in Fort Myers, FL.
When you step aboard this yacht, you take a step onto history. The stories she could tell! The website link to the Blog that covers some of her voyages is listed at the bottom of this description.
The MARINER 31 was the first fiberglass hull built by Far East Yachts. The decks and cabin trunk were of plywood covered with fiberglass.
Construction: GRP Hull, Plywood Deck, Spruce Spars
Ketch Rigged, Long Keel, Cutaway Forefoot
Steering is worm drive and all looks in good condition
Heavy mahogany and brass steering wheel.
Hull is solid fiberglass with mat and woven to the highest standards. Hull has been insulated inside and painted. Hull exterior is in good condition, with no evidence of damage from grounding, Rudder is wood and in good condition. The mast has approximately 14 coats of varnish on her.
Cutlass bearing is tight, 2 Blade propeller in good condition, Stainless driveshaft about 1"
Decks are fiberglass covered marine plywood
Cabin sides are fiberglass covered 1" marine plywood
Coamings: African Mahogany
Cockpit: Marine plywood with Teak planking over
Bowsprit: Spruce with stainless steel catwalk
Interior: Philippine Mahogany in good condition
All Dacron Sails in good condition:
Sail Area (reported): 482.00 ft2
Draft (max): 3.67 ft
Displacement: 11,500 lb
Ballast: 5,000 lb
Hull Speed 6.8 knots
Builder: Far East Yachts (Japan)
This is a nicely appointed yacht finished in the Herreshoff Style, well-crafted Mahogany woodwork inside and out. Nice roomy main cabin with lots of storage.
Autopilot: Raymarine SPX5
Self-Steering: Sailomat 601
Raymarine i50 In-Hull Depth Sounder
Icom M402 VHF
4 Solar Panels for a total of 280 W
4 Trojan T-105s House Bank
35 lb CQR
20 lb Collapsible Danforth
15 lb Bruce
There is a spinnaker/drifter in the v-berth storage and a mizzen staysail in the sail locker. Number of batteries is 5. Start battery and 2 house bank by the engine and 2 house batteries forward part of the port sail locker. There is also a 110 volt inverter in the cabin.
This yacht has had an amazing, extensive journey to Panama and up to New York with many numerous stops along the way. Check out the Blogspot of her journey and more details of her at:
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Reason for selling is no time to sail. time to go ashore.
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