Ericson 30′ Sloop

Posted 16 November 2016 | Sailboats   

Starboard

Sold !$8,0000.00

This Ericson 30′ is a solid, comfortable, seaworthy boat with wide side decks, a snug and practical cabin, and a beautiful sheer with a high, rounded bow, and shallow concave arc of the cabin-top. She is well maintained and ready to sail! The slip can be assumed!

Located at La Marianna Sailing Club.

General:

  • Built in 1967 by Ericson Yachts
  • Fiberglass Hull/Deck Designed by Bruce King
  • Standing rigging replaced 2005
  • LOA 30’ 3″
  • LWL 25’ 4”
  • Beam 9’ 5”
  • Draft 5’
  • Tiller
  • Displacement 7800 lbs
  • Fin keel
  • Semi-spade rudder set well aft
  • Mast height above the deck is 35 ft.
  • 13′ boom

Engine:

  • 12 HP Volvo Diesel Inboard with 18 Gallons of fuel
  • 20 HP 2014 Yamaha 4stroke outboard  with 10 Gallons fuel

Interior:

  • Headroom of 6’ 3”
  • Stainless sink with 18 Gallons fresh pump water
  • Dining table and U-shaped settee on port side coverts to berth
  • Forward Double V-berth
  • Enclosed head (Thru holes still installed, no toilet)
  • Hanging locker
  • Six ports
  • Large Hatch forward

Sail and Ground Tackle:

  • 2005 Main
  • 2005 Jib
  • 2 Primary Winches in cockpit
  • 2 Winches on mast
  • Total sail area 410’
  • Electric Windlass on bow with separate battery
  • 25# Plow anchor mounted on roller on bow
  • 30’ chain, 200′ rode

Electronics and Navigation:

  • VHF Radio
  • DC Interior lighting
  • 2- 10/2016 Batteries
  • Double battery switch
  • Two trickle cell Solar panels charging batteries
  • Running lights
  • Electrical Panel

Deck and Additional:

  • All safety equipment
  • Stanchions with life line
  • Stern lazarette storage
  • Two Pole Holders
  • SS BBQ Mounted on stern rail
  • Bimini

“The sailing characteristics are delightful. It heels readily to lengthen the waterline, but remains stiff. The tiller carries modest weather helm, providing low-effort steering. With a 110% jib, it beam reaches at 6-6.5 knots in a 15-knot breeze.”

Vessel availability is subject to prior sale or withdrawal without notice. Specifications given are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated.

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