The CAL 39, Mark II is an extremely popular vessel - one of their most successful designs developed. CAL 39s have a reputation for being well designed and built for easy handling and fast, strong, nimble, and stable sailing. These vessels have a high Ted Brewer Comfort Ratio for Bay or offshore sailing. The current owner has owned ISIS for over ten years. She is a nice example of a well maintained sailing vessel for cruising or the casual sail on the Bay.
CAL 39’s are typically described as having clean decks and an open interior with a long waterline, a powerful hull design and generous sail plan. Jack Jenson, the builder, and Bill Lapworth, the designer combined their talents to produce several successful boats during the 1960s, leading to the CAL 39’s launch in 1978. Isis is an early version of the model with the Perkins 4-108 diesel, considered to be a reliable engine that is easy to work on and still easy to find parts for and which is preferred to the Pathfinder diesel used in later models. Down below, despite a typical teak finish, the cabin is fairly bright with large overhead hatches and port lights.
She has an encapsulated keel, wheel steering, Barient#32 self-tailing main winches, roller furling jib, and sails which are in good condition. She has a bimini and dodger who's windows were replaced August 2017. There are two anchors - a 35 lb CQR w/ 25’ of chain and 210’ rope rode and a 30 lb Danforth w/ 15’ of chain and 150’ rope rode. Included are five life jackets and an offshore weather bib and jacket. Engine was serviced two years ago.
ISIS is a cruising-friendly vessel at home in blue water and because she does not sacrifice good sailing, is great for knocking about a the Bay. And, she would also make a comfortable live aboard.
Master stateroom forward features V berth, custom cabinets outboard to port and starboard, a large hanging locker, drawers, and a privacy door. Next aft to port is the enclosed head and shower with separate entrances from the stateroom and salon. Opposite the enclosed head is another hanging locker and beautiful three drawer bureau as one enters the salon. The salon features an L shaped settee to port, a centerline dinette table and a single settee/berth to starboard. There is ample storage under the settees as well as outboard and above. The U shaped galley is to port of the companionway while nav station and access to the quarter berth are to starboard.
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