1966 Pearson Vanguard 32
Boat Name Third Crib
Specs Designer: Philip Rhodes Keel: Full
Always fresh water, never seen salt
Dimensions LOA: 32 ft 7 in Beam: 9 ft 3 in LWL: 22 ft 4 in Maximum Draft: 4 ft 6 in Displacement: 10300 lbs Ballast: 4250 lbs
Engines Engine 1: Engine Brand: Universal Westerbeke 30 HP 4 cylinder Year Built: 1996 Engine Model: M430A Engine Type: Inboard Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel Engine Hours: 518.4 (6/19)
Transmission: Hurth ZF 1996
Morse engine controls Propeller: 3 blade Michigan prop, custom made for this boat
Upgraded shaft size for the torque of new diesel
Strong dripless shaft seal
Goodyear cutlass bearing new 2014
Electric oil change pump
Racor fuel/water separator
Tanks Fresh Water Tanks: 20 New 316L SS New1998 Fuel Tanks: (12 Gallons) steel power coated New 1996
Accommodations and Comments
This beautiful Philip Rhodes design is hull number 340 out of the 404 that were built. The boat features the popular layout which features the galley on the port side with removable table. Pull out berth to port. Moving forward there is a private head and a large v-berth. All new interior cushions and featuring anti-microbial foam 2016!
Electrical and Mechanical Features
Engine access is very good through cockpit locker or interior hatches
Hull and Deck
|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.|
Third Crib is available for viewing by calling RCR Yachts. Contact RCR Yachts listing broker: Tim Finkle 860-917-5416 firstname.lastname@example.org
This boat is beautiful! In every sense of the word, turnkey classic head turner! Philip Rhodes designed the Vanguard--a classic beauty, yet out front in every waygraceful lines, traditional sheer, comfort, livability, overall value. Third Crib was built for blue water cruising with a full lead keel, and many still sail off the Atlantic coast. Shallow draft as compared to most heavy-ballasted boatsbut with increased beam for more roominess. High displacement ratio and ample ballast (4250 lb.) make her perfect for the Great Lakes: very stable and safe in heavy going, yet surprisingly nimble in light airs. This boat has been used only in fresh water and has been continuously upgraded to yacht standards.
The extensive list of upgrades is impressive! The exterior is a gorgeous blue Awlgripped hull with white striping. The interior is spotless from the bilges to the headliner. New upholstery and varnished wood surround you in traditional luxury. The 4 cylinder reliable Universal Westerbeke diesel runs perfectly, has had all scheduled maintenance. Third Crib is a complete boat from the diesel to tiller (with pilot), to roller furling; she even has A/C and heat! Roomy cockpit, abundant storage, wide deck walkways for safety when handling sails. She will pass any survey in almost Bristol condition: every system and part is practically new (2017 survey available to qualified prospects). Located at our Buffalo, NY marina, asking $34,500, far below replacement value! A must see for the sailor looking for a traditional style mini-yacht; it will not last long!