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2007 Mariner 37 PH aka Helmsman 38 for sale

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If you have answers, please help by responding to the unanswered posts.

Barrie

Senior Member
Joined
May 23, 2018
Messages
200
Location
Canada
$330,000 Cdn$ / $241,000 US$

GYPSY has duel Canadian and US citizenship having been licensed in both countries and duty paid.

DIMENSIONS
LOA: 37 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 11 in

LOCATION: 1000 Islands ONTARIO CANADA

ENGINE / TRANSMISSION

Engine: single Cummins QSB 5.9 diesel, 425hp turbocharged, hours approx. 1920

Fuel burn approx. 1.7 US gal/hr at 6 knots (no wind, no current)

Twin 200 US gal fuel tanks, FRP construction

Twin Racor fuel/water separators (10 micron) in the engine room

Oil filter and fuel filter (2 micron) located on the engine

Spacious engine room with lighting

Twin Jabsco blowers

Raw water-cooled exhaust

Transmission ZF Marine

Dripless type shaft seal



Generator: Westerbeke 7.6BTD diesel, hours approx. 770

Fuel burn approx. 0.5 US Gal/hour

Enclosed sound system for generator, removeable for easy access to generator

Single Racor fuel/water separator (10 micron)

Good access to the generator and other systems via removeable floor with interior lighting



Two helm stations, one in PH and one on the upper deck

Bow thruster Vetus 75

Stern thruster Vetus 55

Windlass Lewmar Pro series (new in 2017), controls at both helms and on the bow

Manson Supreme anchor on bow roller with 200ft galvanized steel chain in the locker

2nd anchor Plow type with 20ft chain and 150’ nylon rode (in transom locker)

Bollard on bow plus two 10” cleats

Seawater deck wash at the bow

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

Two 120volt 30amp power inlets on transom two galvanic isolators

Three 4D AGM deep cycle batteries in boxes, in transom locker

  • One for engine start
  • Two for bow/stern thruster
One series 27 AGM battery for generator start

Battery charger Xantrex True Charge, located in transom locker

Engine alternator 160 amp Delco Remy with battery Isolator (new in 2016)

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM – HOUSE

2-350 watts solar panels

EPEVER solar controller

870 amp hour separate house battery system

2000 watt Magnum inverter

Link Lite digital battery monitor

Twin DC power switches

12-volt panel and 120-volt panel with analog amperage and voltage monitors

12-volt outlets at both helms, 120-volt outlets throughout the vessel with GFCI



FRESHWATER SYSTEM

Tankage 150 US gal, fill at the transom with the gauge in the galley

Four Jabsco Par 4 pumps, one for freshwater outlets, one for each head, and one for deck wash

Seaward 11 US gal hot water tank, located in transom locker

Shower sump pump

Swim shower in transom

SANITATION SYSTEM

Main head with Jabsco electric flush toilet and sink

Main shower in a separate room off forward cabin

Aft head (off salon) with Jabsco electric flush toilet, sink, and shower, watertight door to the engine room

One 45 US gal holding tank FRP with KUS gauge, display in main head

On deck Pump out, Y valve for overboard discharge, macerator pump in the engine room

Vetus No Smell filter inserted on the holding tank vent line

STEERING SYSTEM

Sea Star hydraulic

Bennett trim tabs with controls at both helms

ELECTRONICS

Electronics all 2007 vintage, all operational in 2024

Icom M504 VHF with remote at upper helm

Raymarine radar mounted on mast, linked to Chartplotter at main helm

Raymarine GPS mounted on mast

Raymarine C80 chart plotter at upper helm

Raymarine chartplotter at main helm

Raymarine ST60 depth sounder at main helm

Raymarine ST6002 autohelm at main helm with remote control for operation at upper helm

Sylvania TV 22” with Shakespeare antenna mounted on mast

12 volt stereo system speakers in the main cabin, upper helm, and transom

New Sirius XM system in the cabinet but not yet installed

Two Cruisaire 1200 BTU reverse cycle air conditioners, both operational in 2020

All safety equipment as required by Canadian Coast Guard

Two Rule 800 bilge pumps

Five fire extinguishers (metal rechargeable type mounted in holders)

Radar reflector, flares (in date as of 2020), horns, dock lines, fenders

Two biminis on the upper helm (Sunbrella), covers for PH windows

CABIN

Two opening hatches, one in PH, one in master berth

Salon windows have blinds, open with screens

Main berth forward with lockers port and starboard, drawers below

Storage below main berth, mattress replaced in 2014

Separate head and shower port and starboard

Two opening ports with screens, one large Manship hatch

PH has helmsman seat, L shaped settee with adjustable table to port

Converts to a single berth

Sliding doors port and starboard in PH

Galley has 120 volt ENO propane stovetop with 3 sniffers, Norcold refrigerator with freezer, Kenmore toaster oven and small microwave

Also available toaster, electric kettle and other galley utensils

The main salon has a large L shaped settee with a teak table, converts to a double berth

Separate rocking chair with automan

Custom-built teak commissary with slide-out drawers in the main salon

Teak and holly flooring with two oriental type carpets

Force10 BBQ and 10lb aluminum propane tank.

-Detailed maintenance records available

Chartbooks, manuals for all equipment, Navionics s/w chips for Great Lakes, US East Coast

Dinghy 2023 inflatable, Outboard engine 2 HP

Spare parts for Cummins, Westerbeke, Jabsco pumps and heads

Folding round teak table with 2 folding teak chairs

Bottom: August 2019 sandblasted to remove old Trinidad hard bottom paint (no blisters found), faired, 4 coats of interprotect applied, then 4 coats of MicronCSC (black). Annual bottom repaint

Contact Barrie Marfleet
barriemarfleetATgmail.com
 

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400 gallons of fuel instead of 300, 150 gallons of water instead of 80, and 45 gallons of holding tank instead of 30. Those are big tankage improvements over hull 3. What hull is your boat?
 
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