boat type: sailboat
length overall (LOA): 38
make / manufacturer: Mariner
model name / number: Pilothouse
propulsion type: sail
year manufactured: 1980
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VELISSA is a Mariner Pilothouse Staysail Sloop, built in New Hampshire USA.
She is a most capable vessel, very sturdy and able to handle rough conditions.
She is fully equipped to go far, with large capacities for fuel, and water.
Located in the Western Lake Erie basin, on the hard, and ready for her next owner.
Price is Sixty Thousand Dollars US.
Sails and Rigging:
Keel stepped mast, with mast steps
Staysail with boom, self tending
Roller furling head sail
Stack pack main
Drifter and pole
CQR plow anchor with 200 ft of chain plus rope
Lofrans windlass with foot controls
Perkins 4.108 75 hp
Hydraulic steering with autopilot
Maxprop three blade reverse pitch prop with rope cutter
Stern seats, cushions
Control for anchor windlass
Wind, depth, speed instruments Datamarine.
Engine start stop controls
Auto pilot and rudder angle indicator
VHF at helm
Compass in binnacle
Custom SS arch, holds solar panel, davits and radar.
Fold up teak dining table and drink holder
Force 10 grill
Life horseshoe with beacon
MOB lifting sling
Manual bilge pump
Full controls for engine, navigation and electrical panels
SSB radio with antenna on backstay
Galley, with recent 3 burner Force 10 range
Top loading refrigerator / Freezer, Frgioboat through hull type, auto control compressor
Two bowl sink with watermaker feature
Two settees with fold down dining table
Entertainment system. TV, radio and CD, DVD
Book case, reading lamps, oil lamp
Walk through configuration
Manual toilet and shower room
Vanity and storage
V berth with Froli system suspension
Storage locker and drawers
Forward hatch and ventilation
Fuel 88 gallons in two tanks
Water 110 gallons in two tanks
Waste 30 gallons, with 3 way valve
Three binders of information of all systems on the boat
Velissa carries six house 6v deep cycle batteries continuously charged by the solar panel with inverter
Between the solar panel, the alternator charging when motoring, this boat seldom needs to be plugged into the dock.
There is a separate starting battery and a separate battery for the anchor windlass
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