"Embodying the timeless design of boatbuilder Halvorsen, the Island Gypsy 32 is thoughtfully detailed to welcome you aboard in comfort and style. The Island Gypsy 36 was not designed or intended for use as a true bluewater cruiser for extended offshore passages. However, they are solidly built, reliable and comfortable yachts suited very well to near shore of extended coastal cruising." Jack Horner Marine Survey & Design, Co.
This single engine coastal cruiser is in good overall shape for her age and build quality. Current owner has owned her since 2013 and used her in New England where she spent her winters in inside storage. This yacht offers very good value for a an economical cruising yacht.
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You can find access through two doors to the main cabin. There is a sliding door next to the helm on the starboard side, and a latched door at the stern. When you walk in to the main cabin from the stern, to your right is a L- shaped settee in navy, with a high low leafed table. To the left of the L is a straight line settee with storage space beneath it. Above both seating areas are overhead lighting. And throughout the cabin there are teak parquet floors.
King air conditioner (16k BTU)
Leafed hi-lo dinette table
Teak Parquet floors
Walking forward of the salon is the galley. It is situated on the port side of the boat with great views from the wrap around windows. The galley has great storage above and below the Stainless steel sink, isotherm refrigerator, magic chef propane stove and an overhead light over the sink.
Just to the right of the galley is the pilothouse. Right at the wheel is a folding seat, it can be used as a chair or be let down and used as a leaning post. The pilothouse has a full suite of electronics that are available in the cabin as well as above on the fly bridge. Right at the helm is the starboard sliding door, it has access to the walk- around decks.
As you walk past the galley and the pilot house, you will go down three steps. To your right you will see the head, it has a FW/SW electric marine head, hand held shower, mirror vanity and stainless steel sink. The floor of the head features a teak grate.
Just past the head is the master stateroom, it features a v-berth with a filler. It has great storage, with a large hanging locker, drawer storage and a screened overhead hatch.
The hull is molded fiberglass, in a bright white with a navy boot stripe and red bottom paint.
The deck is teak over FRP (fiberglass reinforced plastic), the teak is on the fore deck, weather decks, aft deck as well as the bridge deck.
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