Designed by the legendary Bill Tripp, this classic beauty is hull #9 and an outstanding example of comfort and performance! Same owner for 25 years with over $200,000 in updates and improvements over time.
Stampede was previously and originally owned by a member of the California Yacht Club and won the famous California Cup. There is a half-hull model of her on the wall at the Cal Yacht Club, and her record of winning the prestigious match racing event is there.
Her current sail inventory includes a full batten Greiner MAIN and a 3 year old Halsey 150% GENOA - both in excellent condition.
Deck equipment includes 45 lb and 60 lb CQR ground tackle, Single spreader extruded aluminum SPARS, Stainless steel 1x19 wire rope RUNNING RIGGING. WINCHES include #56.2 two sp. ST, two Barient #28 two sp. ST, five Barient #22 two SP, two Barient #18 two SP, two Barient #10 single SP, one Barient #21-33 two SP and one Barient #21 two SP. Harken 1992 ROLLER FURLING, Harken 1992 BATT CAR SYSTEM, Merriman Holbrook hydraulic BACKSTAY ADJUSTER, Nilsson electric WINDLASS, Stainless steel DAVITS mounted on aft deck.
The one-of-a-kind DODGER is wood with fiberglass over hard top and izinglass windshield and side windows. BOWSPRIT is custom stainless steel with bow roller and stern davit system is custom stainless as well.
Her MECHANICS include an updated Yanmar, 4 cyl, 88 HP inboard diesel ENGINE, three blade feathering Max PROP 17" in diameter x 16 pitch, Solid stainless steel 1 1/4" Aqua Drive DRIVE SHAFT with dripless packing, a Kanzaki KBW21 GEAR BOX with 2.62:1 Ratio, STEERING GEAR Yacht Specialties wheel system. GAUGES include water temp, oil pressure, tachometer, hour meter, voltmeter and rudder indicator.
ELECTRONICS include a switch panel, engine Alternator, Shore Power 125 volt AC, 220 volt AC 50 amp with newer cables, newer Charles 2000 Series 40 Amp Vigil INVERTER, Sony STEREO XR-40 and Sony CDX-A15, Toshiba TV/VCR, 12 volt navigation and cabin lights
NAVIGATION ELECTRONICS include KVH Sailcomp 200 COMPASS, Kenwood TKM-407, Kenwood TS-430S HF and Kenwood AT 250 portable RADIOS. Lowrance 3500 and Datamarine Dart DEPTH FINDERS, Datamarine Dart KNOTMETER, Furuno Nav Net VX2 CHARTPLOTTER, Si-Tex XJ-1 Loran, Autohelm 4000 and 7000 AUTO PILOT, Datamarine, Gustmaster WIND SPEED INDICATOR, Datamarine , Gustmaster WIND ANGLE INDICATOR, Furuno VX2 SATELLITE NAVIGATION, Autohelm RADAR and 12 DC portable SEARCH LIGHT.
The layout is open below and includes an owner's stateroom, private head and stall shower, spacious main salon, convertible dinette, full galley, a large chart table and a fold-down mid-cabin table and plenty of storage.
The GALLEY includes an updated Force 10 two burner propane stove, a Summit 12v Refrigerator/Freezer, an updated Deep Freeze ice maker, and a double stainless steel Galley Sink.
FIRE & SAFETY EQUIPMENT - Extensive.
The Columbia 50 is said to be big enough to be comfortable and fast enough to win major ocean races and yet not too big to be owner maintained. Really designed as a race boat, the Columbia 50 first hit the race scene in 1966 finishing first overall in the Newport-Ensenada Race that year against a field of over 500 other boats. Not long thereafter, in the hotly competitive Transpac Race to Hawaii, a Columbia 50 won its class of 24 and finished 2nd overall. Numerous other successes followed.
Surveyor notes on this vessel (2010): "The Harken equipment found on board is most complete and makes for an easier job of handling this size vessel with very little crew, including the Harken electric primary winches." "The bottom of the vessel was completely inspected and sounded during this survey to determine if there was any delamination or builder voids. No structural problems were found at this time." "The exterior condition appears to be very good. The topside surfaces of the hull are painted red and appear to be free of oxidation and abrasion." "The interior cosmetic condition is very good. The interior is very clean and well organized and presents itself well. The cabin sole is finished bright. The galley is ceramic tiled." "The vessel appears to be watertight and structurally sound. The equipment found on board appeared to be in good condition. This vessel should be considered a comfortable and safe pleasure craft for long distance offshore cruising and an excellent marine insurance risk. In view of the foregoing, it is the opinion of this marine surveyor, that the present value of the stated vessel is well above average."
Call Captain Steve at 269-637-0163 or 616-291-0711.
71057 Phoenix Rd. CR 388 #19
South Haven, MI 49090