Van De Stadt 37 Centrecockpit "Fargo"


Price
AU $79,500 Finance
Currency
Length
37' 3" - 11.35m
Use
Family, Leisure, Cruising
Vessel Location
Royal Yacht Club, Hobart TAS Insurance
Year
1984
Hull Material
Steel plate: Keel 1/4" (underside 1/2") Bottom 3/16", Topsides 1/8"
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"Fargo" can be described as an exceptionally well found long-range blue water cruising yacht. She is a much loved one owner boat having given the family many years of cruising pleasure. The build quality and attention to detail is exceptional. "Fargo's" sailing performance was significantly enhanced when (with Van de Stadt's approved design) she was converted from ketch to sloop. This vessel is ready for you to step aboard and go cruising.


Price
AU $79,500    Finance    Insurance
Vessel Name
Fargo
Boat Reference
6038321
Year
1984
Length
37' 3" - 11.35m
Beam
3.6 m
Draft
1.6 m
Displacement
10.5 T
Keel / Ballast
Integral Long Cruising Fin with 3.5 t of lead ballast.
Vessel Location
Royal Yacht Club, Hobart Tas
Region
Tasmania
Registration
8518840
Designer
Van de Stadt
Builder
Andrew Page (steel work) plus Owner
Hull Material
Steel plate: Keel 1/4" (underside 1/2") Bottom 3/16", Topsides 1/8"
Decks Material
1/8" Steel plate
Engine
Volvo MD22 50 hp installed 1998. The original engine was 35 hp.
Engine Make
Volvo
Horsepower
35hp
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Hours
1562
Fuel Consumption
Approx. 2.6 litres per hour giving a theoretical range under motor of over 800 nm
Max Speed
8 plus knots
Cruise Speed
6 knots
Propulsion
Shaft drive with Aquadrive CV joint for perfect alignment. Features a positive pressure (no leak) oil bath stuffing box. Hydralign 19" Propellor.
Fuel
360 litres
Water
400 litres in four tanks
Covers
Sail covers
Boom Tent
Accommodation
The hard dodger shelters the 'on watch' crew. The centre cockpit it is deep and safe. From the companionway steps, the galley is to port and navigation station is to starboard. The aft cabin access passage is aft of the nav station. The aft cabin can also be accessed from the cockpit. It has two berths. One 3/4 size. The saloon is spacious, with comfortable settee-style seating all around, The dinette can be dropped to create an occasional 3/4 berth. The starboard settee also doubles as a berth. All berths are equipped with lee cloths. Forward of the bulkhead is the head/bathroom with toilet/shower. The fore cabin (V berths) can sleep 4 ( 2 on mattresses and 2 in pipe cots). This space is suitable for two adults using the pipe cots for storage or four children.
Headroom in the saloon is around 1900 to 2200.
Berths
8 Berths including aft cabin x 2, saloon x 2, forepeak x 4 children or two adults.
Shower
Hot/cold shower drains into grey water tank.
Toilet
Lavac Toilet
Galley
The 'U' shaped galley works well at sea or at anchor. It offers good bench space and storage. The stainless steel sink (with drain board and cutting board) has hot/cold water (pressurised) plus a seawater rinse tap operated by a foot pump. The gas Shipmate stove has 3 burners, oven and grill. It is gimballed. Gas is stored in 2 x 10 kg stainless steel bottles mounted on the stern. A complying BEP Marine gas detector is installed.
Stove
Shipmate gas, 3 burner stove with grill and oven.
Hot Water
Via engine heat exchanger
Ground Tackle
Muir winch
Excel main anchor on 50 metres of 1/2" chain.
Fisherman anchor back up.
Safety Gear
Life Raft (out of service) Roaring Forties 6 man with EPIRB
Man Overboard Lifesling on stern rail.
Horse Shoe buoy
Grab Bag
6 x Life Jackets
Gas detector
Emergency steering system
Bilge Pumps
1 x Electric, 2 x Manual
Fire Protection
3 x Fire extinguishers
Electrics
Batteries 2 x 104 Amp Hour Deep Cycle plus engine start battery.
Outback Marine DC Distribution Board
Solar Panels 2 x 60A (Voltaic) charging through STECA regulator. Xantrex battery monitor
LED Navigation lights
Night lights (red) throughout.
Electronics / Navigation
Depth - Brookes & Gatehouse
Radar 16 nm - Furuno
Raymarine -
ST80 Chartplotter
Log
Autopilot
Wind
Radios -
HF - ICOM IC-M700 Autotune. Backstay antenna
VHF - GME GX558 with masthead antenna
Bulkhead mounted ships clock and barometer.
Sail Inventory
All sails are in good to excellent condition.
Main - slab reefing with lazy jacks (Reefing lines lead to the cockpit)
Headsails x 2.(1 x larger, 1 x smaller)
Reefit Headsail furler.
Spinnaker
Mast / Rigging
Originally ketch rigged. In 1998 Van de Stadt prepared plans to re-rig "Fargo" as a sloop. The brief called for enhanced light air performance. Re-rigger in 1998
German mainsheet system lead to cockpit
Boom brake
Deck Gear
Stainless Steel 'Targa' style frame with outboard lift crane and solar panels.
4 x self-tailing, two-speed sheet winches
Stainless steel deck cradle for stowing boom tent, oars, boat hook.
Boom Tent.
It should be noted how the headsail car tracks have been installed. All raised off the deck to allow water to flow under and avoid corrosion.

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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