(Full video tour at the bottom of the listing)




  • Total Power: 27 HP
  • Engine 1:  Engine Brand: Volvo
  • Year Built: 2001
  • Engine Model: MD2030
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 754
  • Propeller: Folding propeller
  • Drive Type: Sail drive
  • Engine Power: 27 HP
  • Cruising Speed: 6 knots @ 2500 RPM
  • Maximum Speed: 7 knots


  • Fresh Water Tanks: 1 Fiberglass (48 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 1 Stainless steel (25 Gallons)
  • Holding Tanks: 1 Stainless steel (12 Gallons)


  • Number of single berths: 2
  • Number of double berths: 2
  • Number of cabins: 2
  • Number of heads: 1


Asking Price: $94,900



  • Designer: Judel/Vrolijk
  • Keel: Other
  • Hull Shape: Monohull



  • LOA: 35 ft 11 in
  • Beam: 11 ft 6 in
  • LWL: 32 ft 8 in
  • Length on Deck: 35 ft 0 in
  • Maximum Draft: 5 ft 3 in
  • Displacement: 13227 lbs Half Load
  • Ballast: 4850 lbs
  • Bridge Clearance: 58 ft 9 in
  • Headroom: 6 ft 4 in


6/9/16 Log Entry

Erin and I took MOONSHADOW out for a spin today. WOW! It was a brisk day today off Annapolis just south of the Chesapeake Bay bridge. We had a steady 12 knots with occasional gusts up over 20 from the NW. Though we should have reefed for the bigger wind gusts, we wanted a clean looking rig for our marketing photos and video. WOW -- this is a powerful yacht and she’s super fast. We’ve sailed Beneeteaus, Catalinas, Hunters, Dufours & Bavarias and we like them all but this yacht is really special in so many ways. Her slippery hull shape helps her cut through the water silently and quickly, even when substantially healed. Once we had sails up, we were scooting along at 7.4 to nearly 8.0 knots in 12 knots of apparent wind. With gusts at 14-16 knots, we topped 8 knots easily. The mid-8 knot range was where we spent much of the day.  Shockingly, we saw a few brief moments up at 9 knots on a 90 degree beam reach. Her huge wheel is so big, it dips below the deck at our feet giving us a huge moment arm for precise control of the rudder.  The slightest steering input brings an instant tweak to our course and sail trim. End-boom sheeting is right in the helmsman’s face and the 6:1 purchase allows for one handed sheeting of the main even in a big breeze while you keep one hand on the wheel. There are many aspects of this rig and gear arrangement that promote PERFORMANCE:

  • The 9/10’s fractional rig makes it easy to tune the mast and mainsail shape via the adjustable backstay
  • The super long mainsheet traveler combined with the end-boom sheeting helps crew set a wide range of mainsail shapes
  • The genoa tracks run half the length of the boat and have adjustable cars controlled from the cockpit
  • The bull-nosed toe rail is layered with non-skid and perfect for traversing the deck as well as comfortable seating for your ‘rail meat’ crew while racing
  • The loose footed main is crisp, full and has two super deep reef points you can set from the cockpit
  • The 150% genoa has a foam luff for reefing and two marked reef points for a quick set when the wind builds
  • The genoa furler is almost flush with the deck lowering the center of drive for this sail
  • The discontinuous rigging adds another level of quality, rigidity and adjustability to the rig
  • The adjustable back stay helps fine tune the rig for close hauled reaching and down wind sailing
  • Her nearly plumb bow knives the chop to keep her heading true and tight to windward

Each of these attributes helps MOONSHADOW sail better, ride better, point higher, and go FASTER.

So we admit, we had too much sail up today. Having a blast on this sunny late spring day, we thought we’d indulge in an amateur moment and try to put the rail in the water. No luck! She just digs in and goes faster. Can you overpower her? Sure. We rounded up a time or two, but not until the wind was over 20 knots, well after a mainsail and maybe even a genoa reef were called for. She’s really solid, fast and fun.  It was hard to return to dock after such an exhilarating day.


Stepping aboard this yacht, you'll instantly realize how conscientious her owners are.  They've clearly loved the boat since new and it shows everywhere you look.  They keep a full set of records and spreadsheet for all work performed. Here are some highlights

  • 2016 - Deka 24M7 85AH starting battery & Deka DC31DT 105AH house battery
  • 2015 – Added bimini, storage boot and insert between bimini and dodger.
  • 2014 – Added Webasto reverse cycle air conditioning
  • 2009 – Added “Force 10” 150% genoa
  • 2009 – Added dodger
  • 2016 – New non-skid deck surface. Four coat elastomeric system with skid resistant surface.
  • 2014 – Replaced upper and lower rudder bearings.
  • 2014 – Replaced leather wheel cover
  • 2008 – Bottom powder blasted and Interlux “InterProtect 2000E” barrier coat system applied.
  • 2006 – Replaced windlass with Lewmar Pro Series 1000H
  • Annual replacement of engine oil, sail drive oil, oil filter, fuel filters, impeller, zinc. (Log available)
  • Interlux ablative bottom paint every 1-2 years as needed


Step below through the centerline companionway into a spacious and comfortable main cabin with an L-shaped galley to port, a forward-facing navigation station and a cozy main salon forward. The salon offers plenty of seating around a centerline drop leaf table that comfortably seats 4 and can squeeze 5. Forward of the salon, the V-berth offers a comfortable double berth with ample storage and plenty of natural light from a large overhead hatch. The aft cabin lies to the port of the companionway hatch and a spacious head lies to starboard.  At the back of the head, there's a large door for access to a huge storage locker (also accessed from the starboard cockpit bench).

  • 16K BTU reverse cycle Webasto heating & air conditioning system
  • Headroom is 6'-4"
  • Recessed and reading/task lighting throughout interior
  • Cherry interior
  • Spacious salon comfortably seats 6
  • Centerline drop-leaf table for dining and entertaining
  • L-shaped galley with ample storage
  • (2) Double berth cabins
  • Spacious head with large access door to deep storage locker below cockpit
  • (12) opening Lewmar port hatches for tons of natural light and ventilation


Forward of the galley and nav station, the two settees of the main salon provide a comfortable place to rest and hang out after a fun day of sailing. The U-shaped settee to port offers a great place to curl up in a corner while the starboard settee stretches 6-1/2 feet forward from the nav station, perfect for stretching out. With five opening ports and six overhead LED lights, the salon has a ton of light. Each side of the salon features two deep storage cabinets with an added storage shelf between each pair. The blue upholstery is in excellent condition.

  • U-Shaped settee to port (6ft. length)
  • Straight settee to starboard (6-1/2ft. length)
  • 16K BTU reverse cycle Webasto heating & air conditioning (new in 2014)
  • Centerline drop-leaf table comfortably seats 4, can squeeze 5
  • Storage compartment in table
  • (6) Overhead recessed lights
  • (5) Lewmar opening ports for ventilation and light
  • (2) Lewmar fixed side ports


The navigation station aboard MOONSHADOW sits to the starboard of the companionway hatch. Facing forward, it provides a great space for navigation or office space with a 2-1/2’ chart table and a Raytheon RL70 pathfinder chart plotter and radar. The VHF radio, air conditioning control panel, and electrical panel are also located at the nav station. A personal Hella nav light compliments the overhead LED light and opening Lewmar hatch overhead.

  • 2-1/2' wide chart table – forward facing
  • Raytheon RL70 Pathfinder chart plotter and radar
  • Standard Horizon Eclypse+ VHF
  • Hella personal reading/charting light
  • (1) Overhead light
  • Windlass power switch
  • FCF Control for air conditioning
  • Dehler Calira SeaLine electric panel
  • (1) 12v outlet
  • (1) 120v outlet
  • Large storage compartment below nav seat
  • Top-loading storage compartment to starboard


The L-shaped galley offers a great space for meal prep and cooking with plenty of counter space with ample storage above and below. The double bowl stainless steel sink and faucet are next to the Adler Barbour top-loading refrigerator. The Triton 3-burner propane stove and oven has counter space on either side, a great luxury while cooking. The companionway and 2 opening ports provide lots of ventilation.

  • L-shaped galley with laminate counters
  • Double-bowl stainless steel sink and faucet
  • Top-loading Adler Barbour refrigeration
  • Triton 3-burner propane stove and oven
  • (2) Lewmar opening ports
  • (4) Above-counter deep storage cabinets
  • (2) Pull-out drawers and (1) cabinet to the left of the stove
  • (2) Large storage cabinets below sink
  • (1) 120v outlet
  • (3) Overhead recessed lights


The V-berth features a spacious double berth. Unlike so many other V-berths, the Dehler 36 has a low berth that allows you to easily get into bed without a major climb. With a large opening port, personal fan and air conditioning, it is easy to stay cool after a fun day of sailing. The deep closets and shelves offer tons of storage space.

  • Comfortable height for getting in and out (lower than on most yachts this size)
  • Hanging locker to port
  • Deep closet shelves to starboard with additional cabinet below
  • (2) Shelves along either side of the berth
  • (1) Large Lewmar opening hatch
  • (1) Overhead recessed light
  • (2) Personal reading lights
  • (2) 120v outlets
  • (1) Hella personal fan
  • 4-inch foam cushioning
  • Shelf storage above closets
  • Individual settee to port


The aft cabin also features a double berth comfortably situated beneath the cockpit, which makes for a great sleeping cabin while under way with opening ports that allow for quick communication with the helmsman.   Two opening ports and air conditioning make for a cool and relaxing berth. There is also easy engine access to the back and port side of the Volvo.

  • Double door large hanging locker to port
  • Large storage shelf to port
  • (2) Opening ports
  • (1) Overhead recessed light
  • (2) Personal reading lights
  • (1) Hella personal fan
  • Quick access to side/back of engine
  • Battery selector switches


The Dehler 36 features a very spacious head to starboard of the companionway. Two opening ports allow for plenty of ventilation and natural light. Ample storage space is provided with a deep medicine cabinet, and cabinets above the vanity. The retractable vanity sink faucet also serves as the shower head.   The dehler 36 also offers the unique large cabinet access door to the deep starboard cockpit locker, which is great for avoiding awkwardly digging for things from above.

  • Jabsco manual head
  • Retractable faucet/shower head
  • (2) Above-counter storage cabinets at vanity
  • Large medicine/storage locker aft
  • (1) Cabinet below sink
  • Easy access to deep cockpit storage locker
  • (3) LED overhead lights
  • (2) Opening ports
  • Teak floor grate
  • 110v Outlet
  • Vanity mirror to starboard
  • 12 gallon holding tank


Volvo Penta MD 2030 27 HP 3-cylinder diesel w/754 hours.  She's intercooled with sail drive and a folding 2-blade propeller.  She only sips a little over 1/2 gallon/hour at cruise so your effective range under power is close to 350 nautical miles.  A single lever control at the starboard side of the helm is within easy reach when at the wheel.  The Volvo engine panel displays tach, engine hours, ignition lock, engine shut-off, warning alarms for temp and oil pressure.  She has been regularly maintained in every way, has low hours, and it shows.  Engine access is superb from all sides.  Engine and drive unit fluids have been changed regularly along with filters and belts as necessary..  Service history summary available for review. The engine is as meticulously cared for as the rest of the boat!

  • Volvo Penta MD 2030 27 HP 3-cylinder diesel, fresh water cooled w/ 754 hours
  • 0.6 gallon/hour fuel consumption for about a 350 nautical mile range
  • Sail drive w/folding performance propeller
  • Single lever Volvo throttle/shifter and engine panel, starboard helm location
  • All regular maintenance performed, service history summary available for review


MOONSHADOW is set up for cruising.  Her brand new batteries (new 2016) provide 000 amp hours of service to power electronics, lighting, water and refrigeration.  A 30 amp battery charger keeps the system topped off while at the dock.  Underway, the Volvo 40 amp alternator does the job.  The shore power system is split between two 30 amp services in the boat:  one for the ship and one for the Webasto AC system (new 2014).  The control center for electric systems is from Mastervolt and at the nav station.  For lighting, the entire boat has recessed switchable lights along with bulkhead mounted personal reading lights in both sleeping cabins.  Hot water is provided from a 120v powered 00 gallon tank that also can be heated by an engine coolant loop through the tank.  A fresh water pump supplies pressurized hot/cold water to the galley sink and head sink.

  • New house and starting batteries, 190 amp hours (2016)
  • Deka 24M7 starting battery - 85AH
  • Deka DC31DT house battery - 105AH
  • 30 amp battery charger
  • 60 amp engine alternator on Volvo
  • Two 30 amp shore power circuits
  • Webasto 16K reverse cycle heating & air conditioning system
  • Mastervolt control panel at nav
  • Recessed and reading/task lighting throughout interior
  • Hot/cold ressurized fresh water pump
  • 5 gallon water heater (engine & shore power heated)
  • 48 gallon water tank


This is boating central on MOONSHADOW.  Huge cockpit, great for cruising as well as racing.  The helm and jumbo wheel are the focal point.  From the helm you can easily reach the primary Lewmar 48's and the 6:1 ratio mainsheet and traveler, centrally located so any crew can handle the main from any direction.  Coamings are high for stability, comfort and safety in spirited wind/sea conditions.  The companionway hatch has a built-in bulkhead to stop any influx of water to the cockpit from entering the main cabin below.  The hatch panels are a unique and utilitarian disappearing system that drops down and self-stores for easy opening and closing.  All running rigging leads back to the cockpit and is controlled via the four Lewmars and multiple line stoppers on the cabin top to either side of the companionway hatch.  All winches are two-speed.  Raymarine electronics under the dodger (depth, wind, speed) are in a pod forward of the sliding hatch, easily visible throughout the cockpit.

  • Comfortably seats 5, more when needed
  • Performance JP3 wheel
  • Volvo Penta engine panel and throttle to starboard
  • Dehler compass at helm
  • Raymarine ST60 speed, depth and wind instruments at companionway
  • Lewmar mainsheet traveler at helm for max performance and shaping of main
  • (2) Lewmar 48 primary winches, two-speed
  • (2) Lewmar 40 winches at cabin top, two-speed
  • Garmin 125 GPS antenna mounted at stern
  • Yacht Canvas navy blue bimini and dodger with stainless steel grab rail (bimini new 2015, dodger new 2009) with connector piece (2015)
  • (2) Winch handle pockets at companionway
  • All running rigging leads aft
  • (1) Deep storage locker to starboard
  • (2) Deep storage lockers
  • Propane locker to port of helm
  • West Marine outboard motor mount on stern rail, starboard side


Hand-laid laminated GRP hull with glass silk mats, roving fabrics and polyester resin with a balsa wood core for strength and lightness.  Decks are sandwich construction with a balsa wood core for strength, lightness, and insulation qualities.  The keel is a combination of lead and cast iron attached by stainless steel bolts into laminated floor beams.  She's a super stiff boat which promotes great handling and speed under substantial wind loads.

  • 22lb. Delta anchor w/100' chain rod
  • (6) cleats – rail mounted
  • Stainless steel stanchions and lifelines
  • Grey non-skid decks (refreshed in 2016)
  • Jack line hooks to port and starboard
  • Stainless steel grab rails running forward
  • Inset shrouds for easy passage forward
  • Adjustable back stay with gyro mounted Raymarine radar
  • Lewmar ProSeries 1000 windlass (new 2006)
  • Spinnaker track at mast face
  • Spinnaker pole deck mounts


FAST BOAT!  How does she do it?  A PRHF rating of 96 is a great start.  She's a tall rig too at 59' and has 720 sqft. of sail area (346.5 sqft. main & 373.5 sqft. genoa) .   Her plumb bow and long waterline help with speed and cutting through choppy water.

  • Force10 150% headsail on Harken furler very close to deck
  • Adjustable genoa sheet cars (adjustable from cockpit)
  • Elvestrom flaking battened mainsail w/two super deep quick reef points (reefs from cockpit), re-cut and flattened for performance sailing in 2009
  • Lazy jack sail gathering system
  • Sparcraft rigid boom vang
  • All running rigging leads aft to cabintop blocks and cockpit
  • (2) Lewmar ST48 primary winches, 2-speed
  • (2) Lewmar ST40 cabin top winches, 2-speed
  • Lewmar traveler with 6:1 sheet blocking for main
  • Carbon fiber spinnaker pole
  • Spectra main & jib halyards
  • Adjustable outhaul
  • Spinnaker halyard
  • Stainless steel shrouds and stays w/roll formed terminals, fitted with bottle screws (mounted in solid fiberglass)
  • I :  48.56 ft 
  • J : 13.91 ft 
  • P : 46.75 ft 
  • E : 16.24 ft
  • PHRF: 96
  • The 9/10’s fractional rig makes it easy to tune the mast and mainsail shape via the adjustable backstay
  • The super long mainsheet traveler combined with the end-boom sheeting helps crew set a wide range of mainsail shapes
  • The genoa tracks run half the length of the boat and have adjustable cars controlled from the cockpit
  • The bull-nosed toe rail is layered with non-skid and perfect for traversing the deck as well as comfortable seating for your ‘rail meat’ crew while racing
  • The loose footed main is crisp, full and has two super deep reef points you can set from the cockpit
  • The 150% genoa has a foam luff for reefing and two marked reef points for a quick set when the wind builds
  • The genoa furler is almost flush with the deck lowering the center of drive for this genny
  • The discontinuous rigging adds another level of quality, rigidity and adjustability to the rig


There are cruisers and there are racers in the yachting world. Many builders try to pull off both, too often with less than stellar results. Dehler Yachts of Germany, with this 36, has managed to provide the perfect blend of both attributes.

In 1963, Willi Dehler was building small fiberglass dinghies. By 1982, Willi and his brother, Heinz, had designed a line of cruisers and had produced over 4000 yachts. Back in the 1970’s Willi got interested in racing yachts and produced a line of one-designs that enjoyed success in many IOR regattas. He even scored a gold medal in the 1976 Olympics.

By 1998, Dehler had evolved into a full fledged racer/cruiser builder of yachts up to 47’ in size with the help of famed yacht designers Judel & Vrolijk. Over the next few years, MOONSHADOW was created.

In 2009, the second largest yacht builder in the world, Hanse Yachts, acquired Dehler and still builds these fine yachts today, further refining them as high-end racer cruisers that please owners and crew above decks with amazing performance and below decks with brilliant layouts, top notch equipment, and fine wood finishes usually found on far more expensive yachts.


Although MOONSHADOW is rated for off shore sailing, we have sailed her exclusively on the Chesapeake Bay between Worton Creek and Norfolk including many of the Bay’s tributaries. We have anchored in several of the Bay’s beautiful creeks and taken slips in most of the major ports of call.

When we bought her at the boat show in Atlantic City in 2001 we were attracted by two things: the fit, finish and comfort of the interior and the performance characteristics of a Jude/Vrolijk design. We have not been disappointed in the 15 years we have owned her.

The interior accommodations have always been more than adequate whether we were a party of two, four or six. The six foot headroom adds spaciousness and the cherry and fabric accommodations add warmth and comfort. The numerous cabinets and large storage areas behind the head and below the V-berth have never left us wanting or needing more room. We couldn’t ask for more from a 36’ yacht.

When out on open water her performance under light, medium or heavy air is exceptional. All lines are led to the cockpit making her easy to sail with two people. She has easy acceleration, a solid and light helm and instant response to control pressures. When her sails are trimmed in tightly her pointing is exceptional. Her nearly plumb bow slices through the waves increasing her speed while providing for a very comfortable ride. With a PHRF rating of 96 she is fast and agile with a response like a quick and nimble sports car.

She’s a true racer/cruiser that has met all our expectations. She’ll be greatly missed but it’s time to move on to new adventures.


Date/Engine Hours/Service Performed

  • 1-Oct-01 52 Fuel filters, engine oil and filter
  • 1-May-02 Sail drive oil, new zinc
  • 1-Oct-02 114 Engine oil and filter, impellor, anit-freeze in closed coolant system
  • 1-May-03 Sail drive oil, new zinc
  • 1-Aug-03 188 Fuel filters
  • 1-Oct-03 200 Engine oil & filter
  • 1-May-04 Sail drive oil, new zinc
  • 1-Sep-04 235 Impellor
  • 1-Oct-04 258 Fuel filters, engine oil and filter, anit-freeze in closed coolant system
  • 1-Jun-05 Sail drive oil, new zinc
  • 1-Jun-06 314 Engine oil and filter, impellor, sail drive oil, new zinc
  • 1-Oct-06 340 Fuel filters, engine oil and filter, impellor, anit-freeze in closed coolant system
  • 1-May-07 Sail drive oil, new zinc
  • 1-Oct-07 365 Fuel filters, engine oil and filter, impellor
  • 1-May-08 Sail drive oil, new zinc
  • 1-Jul-08 381 Engine oil and filter
  • 1-Oct-08 426 Fuel filters, engine oil and filter, impellor
  • 1-Jun-09 Sail drive oil, new zinc
  • 1-Oct-09 464 Fuel filters, engine oil and filter, impellor, anit-freeze in closed coolant system
  • 1-Jun-10 Sail drive oil, new zinc
  • 1-Oct-10 539 Fuel filters, engine oil and filter, impellor
  • 1-May-11 Sail drive oil, new zinc
  • 1-Oct-11 552 Fuel filters, engine oil and filter, impellor, anit-freeze in closed coolant system
  • 1-Oct-12 Boat not used in 2012 season
  • 1-Apr-13 Sail drive oil, new zinc
  • 1-Oct-13 572 Fuel filters, engine oil and filter, impellor, anit-freeze in closed coolant system
  • 1-Apr-14 Sail drive oil, new zinc
  • 1-Oct-14 697 Fuel filters, engine oil and filter, impellor
  • 1-Oct-15 750 Fuel filters, engine oil and filter, impellor, anit-freeze in closed coolant system
  • 1-May-16 Sail drive oil, new zinc


When we travel with clients FAR out of town for yachts, we don’t like surprises when we get there. It’s embarrassing for us and can make for an expensive trip. With that in mind, we’d like to share our rating of the various systems on the boat so you’ll be as informed as possible before you come for a visit. Our rating system is on a 1-10 scale with 10 being ‘excellent’ (in OUR opinion). Please view this list as a GUIDE only. Everyone’s idea of good and bad can vary quite a bit. Our goal in doing this is to help you reach a comfort level with the boat before you invest time and energy to come and see it. We’ll summarize by saying that this IS an incredibly well preserved fifteen year old yacht worthy of your serious consideration.  You'd just never know she's a 2001 when you step aboard.


This is a performance boat, extremely well cared for by her owner.  Step below though and she's a posh cruising yacht everywhere you look.  We seriously spent quite a while looking for blemishes. The bilges are clean. The teak and upholstery are in superb shape.  The cockpit layout makes for easy single-handing with the primaries within easy reach and huge wheel allowing for precise control of the boat under load. All ship’s systems appear to be in excellent working order and appear like new. MOONSHADOW is rigged for winning races if you feel the need for speed. Her 5'-3" draft still allows you to explore deep up into creeks on the Chesapeake.  Her plumb bow and slippery hull shape keeps her in the 7-9 knot speed range under most sailing conditions 12 knots of wind and higher. Her owners have constantly maintained her and it's very obvious everywhere you look.


The hull and decks show well and just got a compound/wax job.  The deck non-skid areas were just refreshed this spring with a fresh coat of paint. All sunbrella canvas is in great shape and just a couple of years old.  Cockpit teak is holding up really well.


Everything on the boat seems to be in good working order. She's ready to go with great electronics including a Raytheon RL70 radar/chart plotter at the nav station and Raymarine ST60 depth, wind and speed above decks.  The boat could use an autopilot for cruising though it's not at all needed for weekend cruising or racing.  Another easy upgrade might be to add a color radar/chart display at the helm somewhere, maybe the RL70CRC, same vintage as the RL70 below decks at the nav station, obtainable on eBay for less than $500.


This yacht has only seen light use by a crushing couple so the interior shows extremely well.  She's very classy looking with deep rich teak hues in the woodwork, deep blue upholstery and a cabin sole in superb shape.  The 10 opening and fixed ports throughout the boat bring in tons of air and natural light underway or at anchor.


Regular oil changes and a spotless engine room. Hoses look good. Hardly any corrosion on engine or mounts.  The reverse engine installation and sail drive are awesome in several ways.  This moves the location and weight of the engine rearward balancing the boat.  It opens up the cabin by several feet and makes MOONSHADOW feel like a larger yacht down below.  Thrust from the two-blade folding prop is parallel with the water instead of facing downward at an angle, further improving efficiency.  The two 90 degree turns (down and then rearward) in the drive system drastically reduces vibration throughout the RPM range.  Maintenance on the engine, transmission and drive unit is easy.  Low hours and excellent service history (and records) promote a long life ahead for this Volvo.


The running rigging is in good shape and the lazy jack system for the flaking main makes for easy stowage. The sails are in good shape as well.  The 150% genoa is new in 2009 with foam luff and two set reef points.  The large main on the tall (59') rig has two super deep reef points controllable from the cockpit for big wind conditions.  The lifelines are showing some age and a minor amount of corrosion beneath the vinyl coating but remain serviceable.




Potential purchasers should assume that any items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed. Specifications are provided for information purposes. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his/her agents or his/her surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. This vessel is subject to sale, price and inventory changes or withdrawal from market without notice.