2000 Bruckmann Blue Star 29.9

$100,000

Greenport, NY

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Class Power
Category Downeast, Express Cruiser
Year 2000
Make Bruckmann
Length 30'
Propulsion Type Twin Inboard
Hull Material Fiberglass
Fuel Type Diesel
Location Greenport, NY
Electronics

Raytheon R80 Radar
Raytheon ST60 Tridata
Raytheon ST5000+ Auto Pilot
Ray 240 VHF

Structure

Fiberglass roving & unidirectional reinforcements over foam floors with limber holes
Four full- length longitudinal floors forming the engine beds.
Transverse frames bonded to hull & longitudinals.

Hull Construction

Vinylester resin throughout
Single piece Core-Cell cored fiberglass molding
Extra reinforcing as required
Core phased out in way of all thru-hulls, struts, shaft log, rudder port & center line
Dark blue Cooks Armorcoat gelcoat

Deck Construction

Single piece Core-Cell cored fiberglass molding with non-skid pattern on all working surfaces
Core phased out in way of all through deck fittings
Non-skid surfaces finished in Moon Dust Awlgrip
Overlapping hull/deck joint bonded and fastened every 4"

Deck

All deck hardware & fittings 316 stainless steel
Teak bow sprit with anchor roller
6 stainless steel 10" mooring cleats
4 custom chromed inline toe rail chocks
1 1/4" stainless steel bow rail extending aft to cockpit
Large vinyl rub rail with stainless steel half round
Solid 2" teak toe rail extending aft to cockpit
Teak cabin nosing
2 teak handrails
Teak cockpit combing
2 solid teak handrails on cabin top
4 stainless steel opening ports
3 Lewmar aluminum anodized hatches
Molded fiberglass settee & 2 molded helm seats at bridge
Hinged engine & storage access
Hatches in cockpit sole
Solid teak swim platform
3" foam upholstered cockpit cushions

Mechanical

Twin Yanmar 6 LP-DTE 250hp diesel engines with flexible engine mounts
Yanmar C-type engine instrument panels with alarms
Dual density engine sound insulation
Isolated bilge area under engines
Dual raw water cooled exhausts with mufflers
Two 1 1/2" Aqua Met propeller shafts with zinc anodes
Bronze stuffing boxes
Bronze shaft struts
Two 4 blade bronze propellers
Bronze rudders
Dual engine room ventilation
Two 100 US gallon vented fuel tanks with level indicator at helm
Dual Racor fuel filters
Dual raw water intakes with strainers
Hydraulic steering
Single lever throttle & gear shift controls
Bennett trim tabs
Stainless steel steering wheel

Plumbing

Pressure water with hot & cold faucets in head/shower and galley
Water heater, 6 gallon, 110V & engine heat exchanger
40 U.S. gallon stainless steel water tank with level indicator at helm
Polished stainless steel sinks in galley & head
Single lever chromed brass faucets
Rigid color coded PVC plumbing
Marine manual toilet with 24 US gallon stainless steel holding tank
Holding tank overboard discharge with 12V macerator
All sea cocks Marelon
2 - 1000 gallon per hour bilge pumps with float switches
Integrated manual bilge pump

Propane

Two - burner Force 10 stove
Remote solenoid gas shutoff
10Ib. propane tank & regulator

Interior

Main bulkheads Formica covered marine plywood fiberglassed to hull & deck
All other bulkheads & faces marine grade plywood fiberglassed to hull & deck
Varnished interior teak trim
Cabin & locker doors solid teak framed
Varnished teak & holly cabin sole
Removable overhead panels in satin white
All exposed interior fiberglass in locker interiors covered with teak, cedar or gelcoat
Formica countertops in galley & head
All latches, hinges, catches & pulls are chromed bronze or brass
Mirror in head
5" foam upholstered cushions in main cabin & 6" foam in V berth

Electrical

12V D.C. custom distribution panel with meters
110V AC custom power distribution panels with meter & polarity indicator
110V 30amp Shore power with 50' cord
110V outlets in galley, head, dinette & engine room with ground fault protection
Two engine starting batteries in boxes
Two house batteries in boxes
3 explosion proof master battery selection switches
30 amp battery charger
12V Norcold refrigerator
4 chrome overhead reading lights in galley, dinette, head & V berth
2 chrome swivel reading lights in V berth
Engine room lighting
3 windshield wipers w/ 2 independent on/off switches at helm
Running lights & anchor light
2 cockpit courtesy lights
Fire extinguishers in cabin & cockpit
Light at Danforth compass

Listing Description

The Blue Star 29.9s look and price would make a Yankee lobsterman proud said Capt. Stuart Reininger when he reviewed one for Power & MotorYacht in February 2000. She handles well in a sea. Her generous beam and skeg-protected, deep-V bottom contribute to her stability. Wooden touches throughout, such as the solid teak companionway steps and solid (not veneer) cabinetry are of matched, close-grained wood. The helm area layout is straightforward, with a captains seat, port side L-shaped seating and large analog instrumentation. There is a large cockpit with easy side deck access and aft facing seating. Below decks has a nice dinette/berth, compact galley, forward V-berth with filler and a vacu-flush head. She has trim tabs, good electronics and a nicely crafted teak swim platform. She is a comfortable day-tripper that can easily accommodate six, an overnighter for four, and a weekender for two. She is powered by T-250 HP Yanmars. Check out the Full Specs and call for an appointment to see her.

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.
Contact Information

If you would like more information regarding this Blue Star 29.9 and to schedule an appointment for an inspection, please contact her CPYB, Bruce McDonald of Brewer Yacht Sales at 631-987-9989 or by email at bmcdonald@byy.com.

Dimensions
Nominal Length
30
Length Overall
29.8
Max Draft
2.3
Beam
11.17
Length at Waterline
25.7
Accommodations
Single Berths
4
Heads
1
Engine Make Yanmar
Engine Model 6LP-DTE
Engine Year 2000
Total Power 400hp
Engine Hours 760
Engine Type Twin Inboard
Fuel Type Diesel
HIN ZYU290090100
2000 Bruckmann Blue Star 29.9

The Blue Star 29.9s look and price would make a Yankee lobsterman proud said Capt. Stuart Reininger when he reviewed one for Power & MotorYacht in February 2000.  She handles well in a sea.  Her generous beam and skeg-protected, deep-V bottom contribute to her stability.  Wooden touches throughout, such as the solid teak companionway steps and solid (not veneer) cabinetry are of matched, close-grained wood. The helm area layout is straightforward, with a captains seat, port side L-shaped seating and large analog instrumentation.  There is a large cockpit with easy side deck access and aft facing seating.  Below decks has a nice dinette/berth, compact galley, forward V-berth with filler and a vacu-flush head.  She has trim tabs, good electronics and a nicely crafted teak swim platform.  She is a comfortable day-tripper that can easily accommodate six, an overnighter for four, and a weekender for two.  She is powered by T-250 HP Yanmars with 760 hours.  Check out the Full Specs and call for an appointment to see her.

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