$10K PRICE DROP - EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY TO OWN A CLASSIC
Hull #38: The quick and classic lines of this Sparkman & Stevens design shine in any harbor. Her teak decks are cool below your feet and she's packed with onboard amenities. Below deck: "Odyssea" has just undergone extensive service work with her local yard and is ready to sail away on a new adventure with you!
Her recent service work invoices and 2008 Pre-Purchase Survey Report are available to review upon request
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'Odyssea' was built in Pietarsaari, Finland in 1972 - She is hull #38. Her molded & laminated fiberglass hull shines with a Flag Blue Alexseal topsides paint job, with gold molded cove stripe and white boot stripe, completed in 2008.Her classic reversed transom speeds across any race finish line!
Her bottom is green antifouling. She's a firm and proven blue water racer with double tabbed plywood bulkheads, a fin style keel and a modified rudder - designed by Jim Taylor - to lengthen and nearly match her keel. This results in a powerful boat that sails with very little weather helm, even in 25 plus knots of breeze!
Starting in her spacious cockpit, you're surrounded by neatly organized rigging and the comfort of full teak decks, navy cockpit cushions and a cream colored dodger. Her large helm is a pleasure to steer and there's easy access to sail controls all throughout the cockpit. There's a 5" Sestral compass at her binnacle to compliment a full suite of marine electronics.
Moving forward, on her boom you'll find a well serviced Hallett Canvas and Sails Stack pack with lazy jacks and a roller furling head sail. Her sail inventory includes: a Hallet Sails Pentax main with stack-pack system, Doyle 140% genoa, a #3 jib, storm jib and asymmetrical spinnaker. Her main is equipped with a strong-back track system.
She has an aluminum, keel stepped mast, aluminum boom and two aluminum poles. Her standing rigging is composed of 1x19 stainless rigging wire with Norseman fittings and solid stainless turnbuckles: 3/8" upper and lower shrouds to 5/8" and 1/2" stainless chains, 3/8" backstay to a 1/2" stainless chainplate. Her headstay is covered with luff track to a 1/2" stainless tang at stem head fitting. There is also a baby headstay of 1/4" wire with swaged fittings to 7/16" chainplate. She has three Barlow 24 winches at her mast, an updated Harken traveller, Hall Spar Quik Vang and Harken roller furling headstay.
Her running rigging is 7x19 stainless wire splice to braided dacron for halyards with a Lewmar jib track and Palmer Johnson turning blocks. She's outfitted with two Barient 28+ winches, a single Barlow #16 winch in the cockpit and two Barlow #30 and one Barient #10 winches on her cabin top. Her decks are teak over molded fiberglass with a foam core. The cabin top is molded fiberglass with a foam core and molded non-skid in grey. 'Odyssea' is a powerful vessel under sail. She's well outfitted for extended racing and or cruising with radar and a full suite of marine electronics.
She has rail and mast mounted navigation lighting- running and anchoring. Swan provides a sturdy and safe build with double piped bow and stern rails, double lifelines (replaced in 2009), deck mounted stanchions, teak handrails and toerails, two 12" four-bolt aluminum cleats, two bronze twist chocks, and aluminum stern cleats with closed chocks. 'Odyssea' is equipped with a Danforth 22 anchor and a USA 18 anchor- one stored on deck, and another below under her forward cabin berths.
Centerline and below her companionway steps, is her 1992 Westerbeke 42B-Four engine. Panels surrounding the engine are easily removed for a nearly full 360 degree service access. She's fresh water cooled with a raw water heat exchanger and wet exhaust system. (Below water you'll find a 16" three-bladed Maxi-prop. In 2008, the engine was removed, a new exhaust elbow and new heat exchanger were installed, and her starter was rebuilt - The raw water strainer gasket was found to be leaking in 2020 and was replaced. Her fresh water pump was also upgraded to a Jabsco Par-Max4 water pump at this time and her stuffing box and associated hoses were also replaced and re-packed. All work was completed by Handy Boat Services in Falmouth, Maine.)
Aft of her companionway steps and engine box are two cozy aft cabins with single quarter berths. The interior is nicely finished with varnished light-shaded Koto plywood and mahogany trim. The overhead is finished with an acoustic style headliner fabric and her soles are varnished teak and holly.
To port you have you a spacious hanging locker and your navigation station: with her AC and DC panels, marine electronics monitors and ample chart and storage space. 'Odyssea' is outfitted with a Raymarine VHF, C80 GPS and Radar, Raytheon ST4000+ Auto Pilot, Raymarine Depth, Speed and Wind indicators and a Clarion stereo system, as well as 12V lighting throughout her cabin spaces. She's equipped with three Group 27 batteries to power this 12V DC system and a 30amp Shore Power connection. New Group 31 starting battery and W/B 42b-4 Starter in Spring of 2020.
To starboard is a full L-shaped galley with Sea Frost refrigeration, a deep single basin stainless steel sink, a three burner LP stove and gimbaled oven and ample drawer and locker storage.
Moving forward into her salon, you're flanked with very comfortable settees that work well as single and pilot berths. There's a centerline drop-leaf table with bottle storage and would be fit to entertain six plus guests aboard! Mounted to a forward bulkhead is an efficient Retelco Cole Stove cabin heater, with double wall vent pipe, for comfort no matter the weather. Throughout her cabin you'll find two oil lamps, comfortable cushions and lee boards for all her berths.
Forward of her salon is her marine head to port. To starboard is another huge hanging locker. Her V-berth affords an astounding amount of storage below her bunks on either side and a substantial anchor locker. Above is sliding hatch access for fantastic natural ventilation and easy access to the foredeck.