Gulf 32 Pilothouse Sailboat - $54,000 (Bellingham)

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boat type: sailboat
propulsion type: sail
condition: excellent
engine hours (total): 2750
length overall (LOA): 36
make / manufacturer: Capital Yachts Inc.
model name / number: Gulf 32 Mark II
year manufactured: 1995
1995 Gulf 32 Mark II Pilothouse Sailboat.

With our twins off to college, unfortunately it’s time to sell Sapo Verde though we may consider a partnership in the right circumstances. Slip sublet possible.

This William Garden design is turn key and perfect for family coastal cruising.

A Pilot house is a must in the PNW and allows for comfortable four season cruising. We were drawn to Sapo because of the Gulf 32's beauty and reputation as both a solid sailor and good motoring vessel. We've not been disappointed with either.

Despite her weight, she sails far better than her statistics would suggest. With a relatively small beam by today's standards and a lot of ballast she heels quickly but as the wind builds you'll only pick up speed and momentum. She will safely handle more wind and waves than you'll ever want to be in.

She may not be a racer, but her sea keeping ability has not let us down. She has a mid boom traveler arrangement that clears the cockpit of lines, all led aft for ease of single handing.

PNW summers have plenty of calm weather, and a lot of current and unexpected eddies. The recently rebuilt 38 hp Yanmar diesel fires up reliably, has plenty of power when needed and economically gets you where you need to go cruising at 5-6 knots.

Sapo is one of the very last of over 400 Gulf 32’s built and has a unique Mark II layout featuring the salon / dinette in the pilot house and the galley down and further forward. We love this arrangement as it allows us to enjoy the views while relaxing in the pilothouse. It also provides a natural flow between the cockpit and interior comforts whether you’re underway or enjoying an evening anchored in the islands.

Sapo’s cockpit is very protected from spray, sun, wind and rain with newer dodger and Bimini. Two additional seats built into the stern pulpit are a perfect place to enjoy the show while staying out of the way or just allow more people to enjoy being outside anytime. The collapsing wheel allows for plenty of cockpit space while on the hook.

The full keel helps her track steadily, supports the rudder and partially protects the fixed three-blade propeller. A bulge in the keel allows the engine to fit below the cabin sole, adding to the interior roominess.

With interior steering station and the Wallace diesel furnace, Sapo is great for getting out in the shoulder season and enjoying the San Juans without the crowds.

She is currently in a slip at Squalicum Harbor.

Full keel
LOA with davits and bow pulpit: 36 ft
Beam: 10 ft
Lwl: 23 ft 4 in
Draft: 5 ft 3 in
Displacement: 16000 lbs
Ballast: 6500 lbs
Headroom 6 ft 4in
Bridge height: 46 ft
Cruising Speed: 6 knots

120% Furling Genoa
Fully battened Dacron main with 2 reef points
Asymmetrical cruising spinnaker with sock for easy deployment (excellent condition)
Jib and main tuned up recently by Bellingham Sails
Lazy Jacks
All lines lead aft into the cockpit
3 line clutches port and starboard (2)
New running rigging (2019)

#44ST primaries (2)
#40ST secondaries (2)
#16ST cabin top (2)

Yanmar 3jh2e 38 hp engine @ 2750 hrs.
Engine rebuild at 2500 hours!
KBW10-e 2.45 ratio transmission
Refurbish head (new valves and resurface)
New pistons and rings
Rebuilt injectors
New alternator
New starter
Refurbished wire harness
All new Yanmar hoses
New yanmar engine mounts
Clean and paint engine exterior and bilge

Berths: 3 - sleeps 5
Cabins: 1
Settee/Dinette converts to another double
# of heads: 1

Gas 3 burner stove and oven
12v dc refrigerator: Alder Barbour Drop-in
6 gallon hot water heater (engine or shore power)
Hot and cold pressure water in galley and head
Shower in head
Newer Composting toilet [pics show old head]

110 volt 30 amp AC shore power
Recent DC distribution overhaul: new ACR and DC amperage shunt with readout
Hot water heater when on shore power or with the engine running
Xantrex Prowatt inverter (stand alone with 2 outlets.)
Lewmar windlass (electrical and remote updated 2023)
Procharge battery charger
Crown house batteries (3) 2021
Crown Start battery (1) 2021
Auto/electric bilge pumps (3)
Cockpit manual bilge pump
GFCI outlets in head and galley (Shore power only)
Guest Galvanic Isolator
New exhaust high temp alarm
Siemens 48w solar panel (older but plenty to maintain batteries)
Radar (Not presently working)
Auto pilot auto helm ST50
Speed and depth ST50

Fresh: 75 gallons
Fuel: 75 gallons about 600 miles of range
Holding tank: 24 gallons not connected

Primary anchor -- 45 pound Mantus
Secondary anchor -- 33 pound bruce
Lewmar windlass
150 ft 5/16 chain + 150 ft 9/16 nylon 3 strand rode
Double bow roller
Additional rode for secondary anchor

Interior steering station
Interior and exterior Ritchie Compasses
Jack lines
2019 and 2021 professional survey
Forced air diesel heater (Wallas 3000) + RedDot Auxiliary Engine-driven
2 Primary Racor fuel filters allow filter change while underway
Racor vacuum gauge to indicate fuel filter condition
West marine dingy
Stern pulpit with seats and dingy davits (wonderful feature we've only seen on this gulf)
Boarding ladder and swim step
Fire extinguishers and engine room automatic Halon thermal release unit
Carbon monoxide detectors
Cockpit table and cup holder
Collapsible wheel
Cockpit cushions
Covers for main sail, dodger windows and wheel
Newish dodger w/ window covers and Bimini
Bottom Paint June 2023
Lots of spare parts for engine and systems
Spare: bronze 3 blade prop and starter
coolant loop off the engine for cabin heat or hot water
New cutlass bearing (2019)
Much more!

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