As a 1982 model, this Gulfstar 44 sloop is a high quality yacht. The designer, R.C. “Dick” Lazzara, drafted this yacht to be pleasing to the eye both above and below the waterline, but also built it to be very strong with a solid fiberglass hull, reinforced longitudinal stringers and transverse floors, balsa core composite deck, molded keel cavity with lead ballast, and a skeg hung rudder. The result of this hull design allows for a very good turn of speed with an easy sea motion especially in heavy offshore conditions. With in-mast roller furling and roller furling genoa, this Gulfstar 44 center cockpit can be easily handled by a couple. Some of other features include: a fully enclosed cockpit bimini; stern mounted arch; solar panels; dinghy davits; RIB dingy; outboard motor hoist; 9.8 hp outboard; bow thruster; electric windlass; and custom interior cushions and window curtains. Her layout below, is basically traditional but very functional and comfortable. She has a highly crafted varnished teak interior with a forward stateroom and head, spacious salon, forward facing navigation station, U-shaped galley, and master aft stateroom with in suite head and shower stall. Storage is abundant, and there are eleven (11) opening ports, four (4) opening hatches, screens, and dorade vents for excellent ventilation and ambient lighting.
This stable, high quality yacht with comfort and good performance would be an excellent choice for those interested in serious offshore passage, or just a live-a-board.
Call Doug 904-669-3068
High quality varnished joinery work below with teak and holly sole, and solid teak trimmed doors, bulkheads and louvered hanging lockers.
Forward V-berth with opening ports, overhead hatch, storage lockers to starboard, and in suite head with sink and vanity to port.
Salon has an L-shaped settee to port, settee to starboard, folding teak table on center line, outboard storage, and storage under settees. All cushions are covered in a custom, light gray leatherette type material with striped Sunbrella throw cushions.
Galley is down to port of the companionway, with a forward facing navigation station starboard with shelves for instruments.
Passageway is to starboard with three (3) large lockers outboard, and engine access doors inboard.
Master aft stateroom has a large athwartship berth: in suite head with sink, vanity and separate dry shower stall; opening ports; overhead hatch; storage locker forward of the berth, and a large storage locker to starboard.
All fixed, opening ports and overhead hatches have custom shades and screens.
The galley is one step down from the salon is U-shaped, and has:
Double stainless steel (SS) sinks with pressure hot and cold water.
Top loading Isotherm electric refrigerator (2014).
Microwave oven (2016).
Shipmate, SS, three (3) burner, LPG stove/oven with solenoid and control panel.
One-twenty volt (120v) shore power inlet with cable.
Master AC/DC electrical panel with circuit breakers and battery switches.
Two (2) 140 watt solar panels with Morningstar Tri-Star TS-45 controller.
Four (4) six volt (6v) house batteries (2016).
Two (2) twelve volt (12v) bow thruster batteries (2018).
One twelve volt (12v) engine starting battery (2018).
Xantrex 40 amp battery charger (2015).
Zantrex ProWatt SW 2000 inverter (2012).
Link 10 (2008) not fully operational.
LED cabin lighting.
LED Tri-Color masthead light (2018), with bow navigation lights, and steaming/deck lights having incandescent bulbs.
Pioneer CD-stereo player with speakers (2018).
Pressure hot and cold water with inline water filter.
Two (2) fiberglass fresh water tanks totaling 160 gallons.
Eighty gallon (80 gal) fiberglass diesel fuel tank.
Thirty gallon (30 gal) fiberglass holding tank.
Eleven gallon (11 gal), SS, Seaward, Hot water heater.
Sump pump for each head.
Bronze thru hull seacocks below waterline.
Polypropylene fresh water plumbing.
Manual bilge pump.
Two (2) electrical bilge pumps with high water bilge alarm.
Two (2) Jabsco manual toilets with Y-valve (2014).
Standard Horizon GX2150 VHF radio with AIS and remote mic at helm (2012).
Kenwood TKM-707 single sideband radio with AutoTuner.
Garmin 541S chart plotter with GPS (2010).
Autohelm 6000 autopilot with remote.
Autohelm Tri-Data (wind and nav data inoperable).
Sloop rig with double spreaders, Z-Spar aluminum in mast furling, keel stepped mast, and aluminum Z-Spar boom.
Selden Furlex 300S roller furler.
Standing rigging inspected and tuned in 2010.
Two Barient 32 ST primary winches.
One Barient 23 ST mainsheet winch.
One Barient 22-3 winch on coach roof for outhaul/inhaul.
Two (2) Barient Two-speed 22-35 halyard winches on mast.
Mainsail inspected by Mack Sails in January 2018, and judged it in good condition.
Doyle 150% genoa (2006).
Storm jib and Storm Trysail.
Perkins 4-154 diesel with 66hp and 3399 hours (new engine hour meter installed at 3057 hours when boat was purchased). Current owner reports very good oil pressure with no smoke. New, SS exhaust elbow installed (2017). Inline fuel filter with inline water strainer. Direct shaft with stuffing box and three-bladed prop with prop protector.
Tohatsu, four-stroke, 9.8hp outboard (2009).
Vetus electrical bow thruster with control panel and deck foot pedal.
Seth Thomas brass barometer and clock.
Full, cockpit, Sunbrella enclosure with SS frame, screens and Eisenglass panels.
Custom SS stern arch with solar panels, outboard lift, and dinghy davits (2016).
Nine point five foot (9.5’), Hypalon, inflatable, RIB, Walker Bay Genesis dinghy with cover (2008).
Stern mounted boarding ladder.
Leather rapped wheel steering with binnacle compass, electronics pod, custom cockpit table (2014), and SS BBQ grill mounted on stern rail.
Six (6) vinyl covered cockpit cushions with two (2) matching bolsters.
Simpson-Lawrence electric windlass (rebuilt 2016).
SS stanchions with double lifelines, and teak bulwarks.
Two (2) dorados with SS guards.
Dual SS bow anchor roller.
Anchors include a Lewmar type Claw 66lb, and a Bruce 44lb. There is 75 feet chain and 200 feet of nylon rode.
All items identified on this listing will be sold with this vessel. All other items seen on this vessel, unless otherwise identified and agreed upon by the owner, are considered personal belongings of the owner and do not convey.