Cavalier 32 "Sea Eagle"


Price
AU $49,500 Finance
Currency
Length
32' - 9.75m
Use
Family, Cruising, Racing
Vessel Location
Derwent Sailing Squadron Marina, Sandy Bay Insurance
Year
1980
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP

The Cavalier 32 is a timeless production cruiser / racer designed in New Zealand by Rob Salthouse/Laurie Davidson. The Cav 32 is a proven blue water cruiser with at least one successfully weathering 100 knot hurricane conditions. They were competitive offshore racing boats and still hold their own in social racing. That said, the Cav 32 is simply an excellent family cruiser. Roomy, safe and easy to sail short-handed. The design cleverly integrates function and comfort. "Sea Eagle" boasts a near new (2015) Vetus engine on new mounts and beds and a near new headsail furler.


Price
AU $49,500    Finance    Insurance
Vessel Name
Sea Eagle
Boat Reference
4667244
Year
1980
Length
32' - 9.75m
Beam
3.0 m
Draft
1.62m
Displacement
4 tonnes
Keel / Ballast
Swept Fin 2.1 tonnes
Vessel Location
Derwent Sailing Squadron Marina, Sandy Bay
Region
Tasmania
Registration
46787
Designer
Bob Salthouse/Laurie Davidson
Builder
Cavalier Yachts
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP
Decks Material
Fibreglass (GRP) good condition
Engine
The Vetus M3.29 was installed on new beds and mounts by Hughes Marine in 2015. Receipts are available.
Engine Make
Vetus
Horsepower
27
Engine Hours
119 hours as at May 2017
Fuel
70 Litres (stainless steel tank)
Water
150 Litres
Covers
Cockpit bimini, mainsail cover.
Accommodation
Step down into the saloon (6'2" headroom) from the cockpit. The galley is to port with chart table opposite. There is a quarter berth to starboard. Forward to port is the dinette with settee type seating around and opposite. Forward of the bulkhead is the enclosed bathroom with hot and cold shower and pump out toilet. Forward again is the private double V berth.
Berths
6 berths including the saloon occasional double. 5 persons is really the comfortable maximum.
Shower
Hot & cold pressurised
Toilet
Manual Pumpout enclosed
Galley
The galley is well located within easy reach of the cockpit and dinette. A very practical U shape with good bench top space and storage,
Refrigeration
Built in fridge. Note; the refrigeration unit needs to be replaced. Currently being used as an ice box.
Stove
Roden 2 burner gas stove with oven and grill.
Hot Water
Pressurised hot-water. 20 litre cylinder.
Ground Tackle
Muir Hercules manual anchor winch
Plough anchor.
40 metres 8 mm chain
60 metres warp
Safety Gear
2 x Fire Extinguishers (out of service)
2 x Horseshoe buoys
Man Over Board light
Fire blanket
Gas detector
Bilge Pumps
1 x manual, 2 x electric (manual)
Electrics
2 x 12 volt batteries ( 1 x engine start, 1 x house)
2 x solar panels
Electronics / Navigation
GME VHF Radio
Wind speed and direction.
North Star Explorer Depth
Auto-helm 3000 (Needs to be tested & calibrated)
Steering Compass
Hand bearing compass
Clock & Barometer
Sail Inventory
Main with lazy jacks.
No 1 Genoa on Reefit head furler new 2015
No 4 jib
Mast / Rigging
Stainless Steel standing rigging. Forestay new in 2015.
Alloy spars
Deck Gear
Boarding ladder
Outboard motor pushpit blocks
2 x primary winches
3 x cabin top winches
Remarks
2841

CONTACT DETAILS
Broker / Dealer
Boat Sales Tasmania
Telephone
Address
Muirs Boat Yard
44 Napoleon St
Battery Point
City / Suburb
Hobart
State
TAS
Country
Australia
Website


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