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TRANSFERRABLE MOORAGE AT HORSESHOE BAY
SUPER CLEAN BOAT - SPOTLESS THROUGHOUT
Designed by Peter Norlin, this is a production built 1981 Yamaha 30-1 racer cruiser. The vessel is a GRP sailing masthead sloop, with a single unit moulded fiberglass hull, having a raked stem, soft chines, a lead fin keel, and a transom stern. There stainless steel bow and stern rails, and double stainless steel lifelines run around the decks on stainless steel stanchions. The cockpit is partially enclosed in a canvas top dodger with acrylic see through front panels. The well appointed, spacious interior is Burmese Teak and Holly, and it features a 6'3" ceiling height, 10.5' beam, three single berths and one double v-berth in the bow. She sleeps 4-6 people comfortably. The deck layout is the conventional trunk cabin aft cockpit design. There is a flush hatch over a chain locker on the foredeck. There are four port light openings, two on each cabin side, covered with lengths of acrylic glazing, and there is a hatch above the V-berth. There is a chain locker in the forepeak with deck access followed by a V-berth stateroom with a hinged escape hatch and engine compartment beneath. A plywood partial bulkhead separated the V-berth from the main cabin. The head compartment is to the port, with an opposing hanging locker to the starboard. The saloon features a pilot berth on the port side, a large table amidships and a convertible settee on the starboard side. Aft of the settees, to the starboard side, the galley is located, with a recessed threeburner propane stove with oven, counter space, a sink and icebox access. Opposite, to the port side, a quarter berth is located. The engine compartment is centrally located, just below the V-berth, housing a single cylinder Yanmar YSM 12 diesel engine, providing auxiliary power via reduction gear through a 3/4” bronze shaft, to a two blade bronze propeller. Narrow side decks, enclosed by polyester double life lines on stainless steel stanchions, lead around the cabin to the canvas fully enclosed cockpit, which is spacious with two long settees and a hermetic propane tank storage compartment to port and a larger locker to starboard. A composite sliding hatch provides access to the main cabin. A boarding ladder is installed on the transom, as well as a storage bracket for a dinghy outboard motor.