This Boat is Off Market

  • Off Market
  • $33,000
  • Sail / Cruisers
  • Vancouver / Cruiser
  • 1986 / Used
  • 32' / 10'7"
  • Kubota
  • Diesel

Cruisers 1986 Vancouver Cruiser listed by Edwards Yacht Sales (Off Market)

  • Last advertised price $33,000
  • Powered by single Kubota
  • Off Market since Jul 19th 2015

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This Vancouver 32 is fully equipped for Ocean Crossings; low engine hours, cutter rigged, radar, gps, watermaker, A/C, solar and wind power, full keel, skeg hung rudder, liferaft and redundant systems for safety at sea! In 2012 the owner completed a 3 year refit. This boat is "loaded" with gear for offshore cruising. Call today to see this beautiful yacht!
Builder: Pheon Yachts Ltd.
Designer: Richard Harris
Keel: Full

LOA: 32 ft 0 in
Beam: 10 ft 7 in
LWL: 27 ft 6 in
Minimum Draft: 4 ft 9 in
Displacement: 14000 lbs
Ballast: 6000 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 48 ft 0 in

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Kubota
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel

Fresh Water Tanks: 100
Fuel Tanks: 50

Number of double berths: 1
Number of heads: 1

VHF - BG VHF Radio
Log-speedometer - Brooks Gatehouse Speed Log
Compass - Ritchie Liquid magnetic compass at helm
Radar - Garmin 36 Mile Radar
Navigation center - Garmin 3206 GPS Map ECDIS chart plotter
GPS - Garmin GPS Navigator
Autopilot - Robertson/Simrad AP-20
Wind speed and direction
Radar Detector - Decca Radio Direction Finder

Cabin Interior

Located forward is the V-berth having a double mattress, a cushioned seat and access to the forward chain locker. Directly aft is a centerline passageway with starboard head with manual comode, SS sink, mirror and cabinets. To port is a locker and storage area. Directly aft is the main salon with mast compression post, folding table on centerline, settees to port and starboard with storage beneath and behind in the wing voids with a small liquor cabinet. Further aft is the Galley to port containing a Force Ten LPG range/oven with tank stowed in external compartment and fitted with appropriate gas detector switch. A Norcold refrigerator, SS sink, microwave oven and ice box converted to a trashbin. Located under nav. station seat is a freezer unit. Galley area also has cabinets and dish racks. Located to starboard is the Navigation Station with a chart table, and various electrical panels plus electronic units. Aft is quarter berth/storage area. Centerline aft is the engine and fuel tank. To port aft is wet locker and storage.

Engine and Mechanical Systems

Kubota 28 HP Diesel Engine

2:1 Reverse Reduction Gear

1" Shaft with 3 bladed bronze fixed propeller

Automatic Oil Change Unit

Audible and visual Engine Alarm

Engine Gauges in Cockpit

100 amp Alternator on Engine

100 Gal. SS fuel tank

Racor Fuel Filters

Air conditioning 16,000BTU, 12 volt AC, reverse cycle climate changing unit with a circulating cooling water pump assembly.

Pur Watermaker 35 gallons per day

(3) Vetus Polyethylene bladders 35 gallons each, 105 Gallons total

Portable Filtration System

15 gallon water heater

12 volt Fresh Water pump

Salt water pump in galley

Manual Head with stainless steel holding tank 35 gallon

Steering is manual with Quadrant attached to a SS rudder with upper bearing

Emergency steering manual tiller aboard

Rule 2500 GPH Bilge Pump forward with manual and automatic float switch

(2) Munster Simms manual bilge pumps located in the cockpit and at the navigation station

Electronics/Navigation Equipment

Ritchie Liquid magnetic compass at helm station. Additional compass at Navigation Station.

Robertson/Simrad AP-20 autopilot

Sailor VHF Radio

BG VHF Radio

Garmin 36 mile range radar

Navigational running lights

Garmin GPS Navigator

Brooks Gatehouse Speed Log

Decca Radio Direction Finder

Garmin 3206 GPS Map ECDIS chart plotter

Raymarine Tri-Data (depth, speed, wind)

Kenwood SSB/HAM radio with built in tuner

Raymarine ST-60 NEMA system (depth, wind, speed, water temperature, romote controller, redundant repeaters

Insulated backstay for SSB/HAM

Furuno Weatherfax


DVD Player

KVH CD changer

720 amp synthesizer

Bose Speakers


Electrical system is 12v with (4) six volt marine batteries

110/120 volt shore power with 30 amp. cord

Marine Grade Wiring

Three Electric panels at Navigation Station

Xantrex 40 amp battery charter

Marine Max 40 watt wind generator

120 amp Sharp solar panel


12 volt interior lights with red bulbs for night vision

Flood lights on spreaders

Running lights

Anchor lights

Hull, Deck Rigging

Dual Anchor Rollers

45# Stainless CQR with 300' of BBB chain

33# Stainless Bruce with 250' of 1" diameter rode

45# Galvanized Danforth with 250' of 1" diameter rode

25# Navy Anchor for stern and rode

Electric Windlass at bow

Cutter Rigged with aluminum mast and boom

Mast is double spreader type

Deck Stepped with Compression Post to the keel

Mast Steps from deck to top of mast

Roller Furling Sun Block Cover

Staysail deck bag

Mainsail Cover

Dodger with clear plastic windows

Helm Cover

Boom Tent Aft Port and Starboard Cockpit Splash Panels with vessel name

Bimini cover

Dodger Sunshades

SS Bimini frame and radar arch complete with Dinghy Davits

Fitted on Radar Arch is the wind generator, solar panel, radar scanner, GPS Antenna, Dome Antenna, Spotlight

Stainless Steel Rails for stability when at mast

Chainplates are Stainless Steel

Adjustable Backstay

Forward is Roller Furling Unit

Stainless Steel Standing Rigging

Running Rigging is Dacron

Mainsheet Traveler


(2) Lewmar # 6 Cabin top

(2) Lewmar #40 (2 speed) Cockpit

(1) Lewmar # 6 Mast

(2) Lewmar #16 Cockpit

(2) Lewmar #16 Mast

Sail Inventory

100% Jib

Primary Main

Spare Main

Primary Staysail

Spare Staysail

Storm Jib

Storm Trysail

150% Cruising Spinnaker