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  • Sail / Cruisers
  • Slocum / 43 Pilothouse
  • 1986 / Used
  • 42' / 12'
  • 1986 Lehman 4D61
  • 61 hp
  • Diesel

Cruisers 1986 Slocum 43 Pilothouse

Off Market since May 17th 2019

To see full description of this boat from the seller click on the Seller Description tab above.

One of only seven Slocum 43 Pilothouse models! Dont pass up the opportunity to own this special boat. Shoal draft version! Designed by Stan Huntingford to endure the weather and seas of the Pacific Northwest, this boat is as tough and strong as it is comfortable. She is the descendent of the Passport 42, and is built with the same quality of construction typical of the Taiwanese builders of the time.

She can be piloted from both inside and out, and her living accommodations are truly overstated for a boat of this size and style. Jesse Gaines has been cruised by her owners to the Bahamas and back many times, and shes ready to go again!

  –  Low hours on Lehman engine
  –  Bottom job February 2019
  –  2017 batteries, inverter, and solar controller
  –  Many extras stored off the boat, including new Maxwell electric windlass ready to install and a new Rocna anchor
  –  Sails in excellent condition (regularly cleaned and stored indoors)
  –  Black iron tanks replaced with stainless
  –  Teak removed from side-decks and glassed over
  –  Exquisite joinery on the interior
  –  Large and comfortable cockpit
  –  Bathtub!
  –  Built-in workbench
  –  Three large sleeping areas--perfect for a family with kids!
  –  Two separate dining areas
  –  All systems are easily accessible
  –  Incredible storage

Call me and lets go see her today!

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
Jesse Gaines

Specs
Keel: Other

Dimensions
LOA: 42 ft 6 in
Beam: 12 ft 11 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 6 in

Engines
Total Power: 61 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Lehman
Year Built: 1986
Engine Model: 4D61
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 61 HP

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: Stainless steel (150 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 2 Stainless steel (60 Gallons)

Accommodations
Number of single berths: 1
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1

Electronics
Autopilot
Log-speedometer
Navigation center
Depthsounder
Wind speed and direction
VHF

Sails
Storm jib
Genoa
Battened mainsail

Rigging
Steering wheel

Inside Equipment
Oven
Electric bilge pump
Microwave oven
Hot water
Battery charger
Manual bilge pump
Refrigerator
Deep freezer
Marine head

Electrical Equipment
Shore power inlet
Inverter

Outside Equipment/Extras
Solar panel
Davits
Teak cockpit

Covers
Bimini Top

Accommodations

This boats comfortable accommodations are part of what makes it so special. Upon entering the companionway on generous teak steps, you step down into a cozy space where the master cabin (standing headroom, lots of storage, and a double bed!) lies to your left and a quarterberth to your right. A hanging locker is conveniently placed there to be used as a wet locker.

The salon is expansive and open. The owner has opted not to have the salon table onboard (although it is available) in order to preserve the space and open seating area. To starboard is the inside helm station. The entire salon is surrounded with large windows, letting in plenty of light and allowing you to see the beauty that surrounds you at anchor or at sea. Engine access is below the salon, allowing 360-degree access for repairs and maintenance.

Forward of the salon, you step down into a spacious galley with a dinette big enough for 4 and a u-shaped galley with a double stainless sink and large refrigeration and freezer system and plenty of storage.

The head rivals the head of any boat ten feet longer than this one. There is a tub with room to sit or stand in the large separate shower stall, plenty of room to stand and move about in the head, as well as a stainless sink and (you guessed it) lots of storage.

Rather than a V-berth forward. there are two bunks to port and a metal-lined workbench to starboard, meeting the needs of the true cruising sailor. The workbench closes so it can be hidden away if you have guests, but when open it gives you a nice secure space for your projects.

Throughout, the teak joinery and woodwork on this boat is exceptional. All closets are lined with teak, so as not to retain moisture. The interior, because of the pilothouse configuration, remains light and cheerful--something that is lost on many similar boats.

You wont be disappointed!

Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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