A VERY HARD TO FIND CENTER COCKPIT CORBIN 39
CUSTOM UPGRADES TO THIS TRUE
BLUE WATER CAPABLE CRUISER
The last Corbin 39 to leave the factory in 1988. Construction completed and commissioned in 1992. Post 1982 Corbin redesigned the deck mould with a forward rigging design & added Bow Sprit to eliminate the common weather helm in earlier models.
MAJOR UPGRADES AND CUSTOM FEATURES 2013
Full Simrad Instrument Package (2013)
New Beta Marine (Kubota) installed in 2013
Awlcraft 2000 Painted Hull 'n Deck (2013)
Three Blade Feathering Max Prop (2013)
PSS Dripless Shaft Seal (2013)
All Stainless Tanks
Echo-Tech 30 GPH Water Maker (2014)
500 Watts Solar Panels w/Blue Sky MPPT Controller
Silent wind 400 Wind Generator with controller (2017)
800 Amp Hour House Bank with Upgraded Cables
Magnum MS2000 Inverter/Charger (2016)
Honda 2000i Generator
Espar D5 Diesel Furnace (2013)
Lots of Spare Parts
Self Tailing Winches Serviced
Stainless Dorades Improve Ventilation (2013)
AB Aluminum Hulled Hypalon Dinghy (2013)
Custom Aluminum Arch with Davits and Motor Hoist
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LOA: 41 ft 5 in
Beam: 12 ft 2 in
LWL: 32 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 6 in
Displacement: 25800 lbs
Ballast: 9000 lbs
Keel: 3/4 keel with Skeg Rudder
Engine Brand: Beta (Kubota)
Year Built: 2012 (commissioned 6/13)
Engine Model: B-50HE (4 cylinder)
Engine Power: 50 hp
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 830
Propeller: 18 in 3 blade feathering Max Prop
Drive Type: Direct Drive - 1 3/8" drive shaft w/PSS dripless seal
New custom built 50 Beta engine with convenient access to service
Built in manual pump oil change system
Balmar 120 amp alternator
Spare Balmar 120 amp alternator
Spare complete water pump (new)
Closed cooling system (fresh water)
Two (2) fuel tanks 160 gallon each with built in clean out wells
Dual Racor feed and polishing system (500 FG)
Vetus lift exhaust system (Vetus goose neck discharge
Iso-temp water heater (engine or 120 volt heat supply)
Upper Station- chain/cable
Lower Station- Vetus Hydraulic (ram, drive with new seal kits 2014)
AP28 Simrad has rotary dial for backup steerage via linear drive
All Tanks are Stainless Steel construction
Holding Tanks: 1 (35 gallon w/Y valve to macerator pump)
Fuel: 2 (total 360 gallons)
Water: 3 (total 150 gallons)
Surflow Smart Pump (5 gpm)
Grey Water Tank/ Macerator (3.5 gallon)
Echo-Tech 30 gallon per hour water maker
To port is the drop down (convertible) teak dining table and bench seating with Brisa Ultra Leather upholstery.
Storage compartments below beach seating and along hull.
To Starboard is Nav table & Lower drive station with instrumentation, custom swivel/telescoping navigation/telescoping navigation chair, AC & DC and computer electrical panels.
Custom window treatments throughout
6" Brass Clock/Barometer
NAV STATION & LOWER PILOT HOUSE
Teak Nav desk complete with hanging paper chart compartment. Full Simard navigation package, electric panels, SSB, VHF & 22" 12 volt DC TV. Custom navigation pilot chair for full view while using lower drive station.
Well lit spacious galley runs full width of hull and is equipped with propane stove and oven, microwave, deep double stainless steel sink, soap pump, new single handle tap with pressure hot and cold water, charcoal water filter, new manual foot pump. Refrigeration runs on 12Vdc or 110Vac shore power. New counter tops, lots of storage and original teak and rattan cupboards. Dishes and cutlery.
Double pullman berth (set to starboard) with ultra leather settee and teak/rattan storage cabinets.
The head includes a Corian counter top, stainless sink, new taps, new stainless shower head, multi soap/shampoo dispenser & new marine toilet. Plenty of storage in teak/rattan cabinets. Sink and shower both have pressure hot and cold water.
Note: The head is a grey water or salt water flush system.
Bright aft cabin has 6 Atkins & Hoyel opening ports, large hatch, a queen pullman berth (set to port) with drawers below, bench settee & vanity, teak/ratan hanging lockers, cupboards.
Midship pilot berth converts to work bench (vice) with plenty of storage for tools. Across is easy access to spacious engine room.
Full baton main sail with baton cars and 2 reef points
Stack- Pack main with lazy jack system
Hood 150% Genoa on Pro Furl roller furling
Cruising Spinnaker with dowsing sock
Cutter rig sail
Storm main (loose footed) with tracking on mast
Isomat Aluminum Spar (with folding steps) and Boom (mast slide whisker pole)
Garhauer custom hard vang
Double backstay (starboard stay is SSB antenna)
Stainless steel wire standing rigging (inspected 2009)
Adjustable running backs (retractable)
"RKaliliste" features a center cockpit layout with custom cockpit cushions, full canvas/glass & screen enclosure. Solar panel confirmation creates solid bimini with solid/mesh shade skirts.
Custom bi-fold teak cockpit door (removable for high seas and wash boards supplied)
Edston pedestal, Destroyer stainless steering wheel. Nav Pod houses chart plotter, wind, depth, speed instruments, windlass control, VHF Ram mic.
Winch package includes
Two Barient 32 primaries & Two Barient 28+ secondaries
Three Barient Mast winches and Barient outhaul & reef winch (all winches reconditioned 2013)
Aft of the cockpit is the new Garhauer mainsheet traveler
On the transom is a deep storage lazaret housing 2 propane tanks, 200 ft of roads (stern anchoring system), custom Atlantic Tower Aluminum arch housing radar dome, new 2017 Silentwind 400 wind generator, antennas and dinghy davit system.
Garhauer stowable motor crane
Pitman mounted removable Magma BBQ
Folding stainless & teak swim ladder
Two SS fish road holders
Fresh water shower
Moving Forward of the cockpit is a flat deck configuration
Five (5) stainless Vetus Yogi Dorades provide ventilation to the cabin
Six (6) opening Atkins & Hoyel dick hatches (glass & gaskets replaced in 2013)
Two (2) Vetus opening vents
Removable cutter stay (ABI Stanchion latch)
Two large storage lazarets containing 5 fenders, cruising spinnaker, dock lines.
The teak toe rail and bow pulpit are on the a raised fiberglass combing.
Solid stainless bow & pitman rails, double lifelines with opening gates on Port and Starboard.
Fresh or Salt water wash down (expandable 40 ft hose & nozzle)
On the bow pulpit are two anchor rollers with a 45 lb CQR anchor with 200 feet of 3G chain and 200 feet of stranded rode. Also a second 35 lbs Bruce anchor with 60 feet of chain & 200 ft of stranded rode (anchor locker will hold up to 400 ft of chain).
Spare Fortress FX37 aluminum danforth anchor and snubbers
Also on the bow deck is the electric Muir Windlass with and held control and the windlass and control at NavPod (cockpit) and ABI Chain break.
Simrad NAIS 400 transmit & receive to chart plotter
Simrad NSS7 touch screen chart plotter at lower drive station
Simrad NSS8 charkplotter at upper helm
Simrad AP28 Autopilot (30,000 lbs. linear drive)
Simrad IS20 depth sounder
Simrad IS20 speed/temp log
Simrad IS20 Combo
Simrad IS20 Rudder Indicator
Simrad IS20 Wind/Speed
Simrad upper station Autopilot remote
ICOM IC-M504 VHF (lower station with Ram mic. Command III at upper station
Spare Standard Horizon VHF radio
ICOM IC-706 MK IIG SSB
Practor SCS PTC-II
Azimuth 314 digital compass to lower station & 6 inch Ritchie Powerdamp compass at upper helm
Aqua Signal series 40 Navigation lightning/mast head Tri-light
Two (2) Mitsubishi solar panels / 250 watts each
Blue Sky 3024i MPPT controller with IPN-pro remote
Silent wind 400 wind generator with controller (2017)
Honda 2000i Generator
Custom teak Alpenglow (LED) interior lighting throughout
Custom DC Panel (Blue Sea)
New Blue Sea AC panel (30 amp Quest Galvanic isolated (new)
Fridge is AC/DC with custom digital temp control by Engel
New 2016, 1000 amp cranking starter battery (Xantrax echo-charge)
New Six (6) volt marine deep cycle batteries (800 amp/hr)
Upgraded cables throughout with selector & fuse protection (new in 2013)
Magnum MS2000 Invertor/Charger (new 2016)
Magnum ME-RC Remote control
Espar D5 forced air diesel furnace (new 2013)
Two 12Vdc Samsung 22 inch LED TV (Nav Station & Aft Cabin)
Fusion MS-IP600 Stereo with Fusion Speakers in main salon, remote speakers in cockpit
Four (4) Caframo Fans
In cockpit red LED Nav lights
AB aluminum dingy (2013) with forward fuel locker (safety equipment included)
Johnson 15 hp 2 cycle outboard
DBC Marine 4 person Life-Raft in hard canister (needs re-certification)
Collapsible man-over-board pole
Three (3) fire extinguishers
Engine room Haylon system (needs re-certification)
500 GPH Bilge pump
Edson Manual bilge pump (1200 GPM) in cockpit
ACR Global Fix Pro 406 EPIRB
Lightning Rod on Mast Head
Mesh Tarp for Storage
1988 hull #190 (pro-ported to be the last Corbin sold out of the factory). Construction completed and commissioned in 1992.
In 2013 boat was stripped to hull and deck, prepped and painted with Awlcraft 2000.
Coach top and decking is insulated throughout
From the Manufacturer "Corbins have an impressive 11 layer schedule of mat an roving with a 16mm Airex core. The deck is a 3/4 inch marine grade mahogany.
Post 1982 Cobin redesigned the deck mould with a forward rigging design & added blow sprit to eliminate historic weather helm in earlier Corbin models.
Professionally finished, RKalliste (originally named Katie (hull #190 1988)) was pro-ported to be the last centre cockpit Corbin sold from the factory in Gatineau Quebec before it closed it’s doors. She was delivered to Fredricton New Brunswick where she was lovingly completed over the next 4 years by a retired pilot & avid sailor and his carpenter father (her teak & rattan interior is a true testament to his talent) She was launched in 1992 and then sailed from Canada to Bermuda, to South America, the Caribbean and then to Bahamas. She was sailed back and forth from North Carolina to the Bahamas until 2006 . The original owner feeling he was becoming too advanced in years to safely continue, had to make the tough decision to sell his pride and joy. She was sold and moved to Wisconsin where she was covered & the engine removed. Although the second owner had intentions of doing a complete refit it didn’t happen and in November of 2011 the current owners discovered her. Careful inspection revealed a proven blue water vessel with very solid bones but in need of a facelift. The current owners arranged for a new engine to be installed and in June of 2012 had her trucked to Southern Ontario where she was stripped and professionally painted. Over the next 2 years she, (now renamed RKalliste’ which means “our thing of beauty”) underwent a complete refit. In September of 2014, with much fanfare from family and friends, RKalliste’ began her 6 month journey from Lake Erie, through the U.S. to the Bahamas and back to Florida. Each year from 2015 to present she safely carried her current owners back and forth from Florida to Bahamas.