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Boat Category PowerSail
Model year 2018 + 2013 - 2017 2000 - 2012 Before 2000
Number of engines 1234
Price $0 - $250,000 $250,000 - $500,000 $500,000 - $1,000,000 $1,000,000+
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Hans Christian Yachts Cutter
Los Angeles, California
1984
$118,500
Distancia is a perfect example of a classic yacht meticulously maintained by a knowledgable owner. With multiple upgrades, she clearly represents pride of ownership as soon as you step aboard. All systems work perfectly. An excellent choice for the serious blue-water sailor, she'll take you anywhere and stand up to a gale if you can.
The Hans Christian 36 is a heavy, double-ended, cutter-rigged cruising yacht designed specifically for ocean sailing. Like others of its kind, she's often described as a traditional North Sea double-ender with pleasing lines that draw admiring glances. The hull is solid (and thick) hand-laid fiberglass. The solid bulwarks allow the lifeline stanchions to be mounted vertically for better strength than those through-bolted to the deck. 

This yacht has benefited from several recent upgrades in the last two years such as 600 W solar panel (2019); electric head (2019); refrigeration (upgraded 2019); Dickinson diesel fireplace (new 2019); AIS wifi (new 2020); Rocna anchor w/300 chain (new 2020); propane grill (new 2019); hot water heater (new 2018); 4 stage battery charger (new 2019); Vizio TV (new 2019).

The bottom paint, cutlass bearing, and prop shaft are 1 ½ years old. New transmission.Perkins 4-108 diesel has had all standard maintenance including oil and transmission fluids, belts, and impeller. The engine runs great with no smoke and starts immediately when cold.
All systems work perfectly.  

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Meridian 341
Huntington Beach, California
2004
$118,000

This Meridian 341 is one of the only TWIN DIESELS on the West Coast for sale! With Twin 250hp  Cummins B Series Diesels and only 580 hrs makes this a very rare find! Seductions floor plan has the twin helm stations and pull out sofa in the main salon. The 341 has two Staterooms, large master with Queen size bed located forward and second stateroom midship.  Nice size Head and shower along with plenty of storage. Full Electronics and Dual bow and stern Thrusters makes handling a gem. 

Both engines serviced in Jan 2020

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Pacific Seacraft Pacific Seacraft 31
San Diego, California
2004
$115,000
The Pacific Seacraft 31 introduced in 1987 shares its heritage with the celebrated Crealock
37 which earned a spot on the American Sailboat Hall of Fame for its seaworthiness and build
quality. The diminutive 31 foot design encapsulates the same concepts of comfort and safety but
packs it into a much smaller package. The Pacific Seacraft 31 differs from the larger boats in the
range in that it makes a departure from the traditional double ender styling in favor of a near
vertical transom which opens up more space in the aft sections. On deck is a relatively large cabin
truck with lots of portlights.
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Hobie 33M
Santa Barbara, California
1982
$89,900
Captain Sluggo was Built in 1982 and then received a complete rebuild in 2016, She has a like new 9.8 Tohatsu Outboard that sits in a retractable Melges 32 engine well, which is centered in the cockpit. The motor comes with an electric start and Forespar engine controls located in the rear of cockpit along with internal fuel tank with a deck fill, vented and fuel filter with 14-gallon capacity (exceeding Transpac requirements).
Alan Andrews engineered the rebuild and cockpit design with extra stiffeners and ring frame at chain plates capped with carbon. Also watertight Crash bulkhead forward. 
The Mast was also designed by Alan Andrews. Double spreader, with 4 Spinnaker (masthead/fractional) and 2 jib halyards.
Captain Sluggo comes with Two Lewmar 2-speed halyard winches on the cabin top which are also used for trimming spinnaker.

The cockpit has 2 speed Harken winches along with Harken traveler.
She has a custom carbon rudder designed by Alan Andrews with articulating PYI bearings.

The Trailer was totally rebuilt 2019 with new tires, new lights and re-galvanized with custom fiberglass bunks.

Stanchions and pulpits are all E glass from C-Spar in New Zealand
with two sets of lifelines, one composite, and stainless steel.
Captain Sluggo was totally repainted with Allgrip inside and out, faired Proline epoxy bottom, keel, and rudder.

Her current PHRF rating 75/66/45

Additional features:
1) 2 manual bilge pump's and 1 electric
2) carbon floorboards
3) carbon tiller with a Forespar hiking stick
4) 2 oversized spinnaker poles, one carbon one aluminum
5) custom Centerpoint lifting
6) Fixed keel glassed to Hull
7) keel stepped mast, aluminum boom by Ballinger
8) electrical system with 2 Lead acid batteries wired to a master switch and carbon master panel.
9) Emergency tiller
10 Jon Bouy Life sling and man overboard equipment.
11) 1 anchor with chain and rode
12) 4 life jackets
13) 1 radar reflector
14) complete set of running rigging and halyards are all in new condition.
15) miscellaneous hardware bag with handles an assortment of blocks.
16) Custom full cover, custom deck cover and mainsail cover.
17) instrumentation B&G 5000 with 4 Triton displays on carbon pod. One 10 inch touchscreen B&G Vulcan. 1 VHF 

Contact - Chris Winnard - chrisw@walterjohnsonyachts.com or 619-987-7331
Captain Sluggo is on her Trailer at SBYC, she is an offshore racing machine. 
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