1972 Cumulant 3
|Propulsion Type||Single Inboard|
This center cockpit boat has 2 companionways, one accesses the aft cabin. The forward one accesses the salon. The salon has wood paneling throughout.
The galley is to starboard of the companionway with a storage area behind. The chart table is to port with access to the head behind. The salon has straight settees on either side and a central table with leaves that reach each settee. Forward of the port settee is a diesel cabin heater.
The V-berth is accessed through an arch in the forward bulkhead. A very large forward hatch provides light and ventilation in the v-berth and a heavy, teak butterfly hatch provides ventilation in the salon.
|Sails & Rigging|
.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.
Annapolis Yacht Sales Deltaville
|Engine Model||4.195 HE|
|Engine Type||Single Inboard|
End August 2019 Update. The owner was on the boat for three weeks July/August doing maintenance (new pictures attached). He has reduced the price by $5 000 to get the boat sold.
This small Dutch built steel sailboat will take you anywhere and has been almost everywhere.....
The current owner bought the boat on a lake in Swizerland in 2006. He trucked it to the coast and did a huge "refurb" before setting out on a 10 year adventure during which time he would sail for 6 months, leave the boat in a yard and return home to work for 6 months.
In 2008 he & Rackham sailed the Mediterranean, then crossed the Atlantic from Senegal to Brazil in 2009. In 2011 he sailed down the east Coast of South America and around into the Pacific to cruise Chile (see photos). From 2012 to 2017 they cruised in South America - Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil & French Guyana and into the Caribbean. Rackham and her crew arrived in the USA in 2018 and now the crew are moving on the their next adventures and Rackham is waiting for a new crew to take exploring. US Import Duty Paid.
This sturdy steel boat is built to go places, as illustrated by her recent history. She has simple systems and is well laid out making her very 'liveable'. The whole boat is steel ie hull, decks and cabin top - no wood to maintain or rot.
If you are looking for a boat to take you adventuring with the minimum of hassle, either as a single hander or a couple, come and see "Rackham".