|A great example of a well known, tried and proven, Blue Water Cruising Yacht - the Gulfstar 47 SailMaster.
This model of the Gulfstar range was built between 1978-1981 - 79 vessels built of this design in total.
This example is in pleasing condition, 1980 model, center cockpit Gulfstar Sailmaster Ketch.
She displaces 38,000 lbs and has a draft of 5'-6", features also raised salon, forward cabin and master statesroom aft.
Auxiliary powered by a 120 hp diesel, Perkins, with feathering prop, plenty of fuel giving approx 1500 nm cruising under power / approx 12 days' motoring.
Comprehensively equipped for cruising including: genset, reverse-osmosis watermaker, autopilot, windvane, radar, chartplotter and solar panels.
Owners ready for next chapter in adventurous lifestyle.
Inspection by appointment - contact Pippen Marine.
||47 GS SailMaster |
||47' 5" - 14.45m|
||R. C. Lazzara|
||Perkins 6 cylinder naturally aspirated, FWC, 120hp|
||55 lb Delta plow anchor - 200 feet of 3/8 galvanized chain and 150 feet of 3/4 inch nylon rode.
A nylon rode/rubber snubber combo.
Secondary anchor - Fortress F-15 - 50 feet of chain, 150 feet of nylon rode.
Backup/storm anchor - CQR 45 lb plow with 125 feet of chain.
||Main 110v AC power - 6k Northern Lights Generator.
This is the primary battery charger and also powers watermaker.
Two solar panels
Two sets of category 24 6v batteries wired in series for the 12v house power.
Total of 700 amp hours storage.
A 2000 watt modified sine 110v inverter is used to power the 110v AC appliances when not dockside.
|Autopilot, windvane, Radar, GPS/chartplotter, VHF|
||Ketch rig has 924 square feet of sail area.
The main sail - custom 9 oz. Fully battened, three reef points, coupled with a Sailtrack and battcar system for ease of hoisting/dropping sail.
Doyle canvas stackpack with lazy jacks.
Symmetrical Spinnaker and the "tack" attaches to a spinnaker Tacker.
A Gailsail storm sail can attach to the mizzen mast and doubles as a rider sail while at anchor.