"Julies Triumph II" is the sixth of six Cape 30's designed by Ted Hood and built by Cape Dory in West Bridgewater, Massachusetts. She is built of fiberglass with a full keel and sound construction for coastal sailing and cruising. Her cockpit is large with teak coamings. She is responsive, points well and is extremely seaworthy. New mainsail 2014. Owners widow wants this boat sailed!
Please contact Bill Wright at 207-244-7854
Altre Caratteristiche, Attrezzatura ed Informazioni:
Nome della barca
Julies Triumph II
Costruttore: Cape Dory
Designer: Ted Hood
Bandiera della barca: United States
Chiglia: Chiglia piana
Tipo di carena: Dislocante
L.F.T. Lunghezza fuori tutto: 30 ft 0 in
Larghezza: 9 ft 2 in
Lunghezza al galleggiamento: 20 ft 2 in
Pescaggio massimo: 4 ft 6 in
Dislocamento: 9350 lbs
Zavorra: 3300 lbs
Potenza totale: 23 HP
Marca motore: Volvo
Anno di costruzione: 1978
Modello motore: MD11C
Tipo motore: Entrobordo-EB
Elica: Elica tripale
Tipo propulsione: Linea d'asse
Potenza Motore: 23 HP
Numero di serbatoi d'acqua dolce: 1 GRP (50 Galloni)
Numero di serbatoi di carburante: 1 (30 Galloni)
Numero di serbatoi acque nere: 1 Plastica (3 Galloni)
Numero letti singoli: 1
Numero letti doppi: 2
Numero cabine: 2
Numero di toilet: 1
Pompa di sentina manuale
Pompa di sentina elettrica
Impianto elettrico: 12V
Scaletta di bagno
Forward Mahogany bulkhead with two doors that provide access to the rope locker. Port and starboard vee berths with filler cushions, ash ceilings with mahogany finished trunk cabin sides. One opening and one fixed ports with a large overhead hatch. There are two drawers and two lockers under the berth area.
The enclosed head is next aft to port complete with a manual marine head, pull out vanity (cold water), shower drain and one opening port.
Main cabin has a traditional table that stores against the forward port bulkhead. This is a folding mahogany table with a drop leaf. Port settee pulls out to make a wide berth; there are enclosed lockers above the sliding mahogany doors providing good storage. Drop bins are located under the lockers. There is a force 10 heater on the port bulkhead and kerosene lamps around the cabin cast a pleasant glow.
Starboard settee also has enclosed lockers above. Berth cushions are covered in a white and green pattern material.
The galley is aft to starboard of the companionway with a variety of storage lockers, drawers and a propane gas range. There is a spacious deep icebox with top cover, sink with cold pressure water and a hand pump. You will find a deep wet locker and a divided dry locker to port.
1978 Volvo MD11C completely rebuilt in 2001. Two cylinder heavy cast iron. Raw water cooled. Volvo transmission, bronze shaft. Columbian style E 3 blade prop, 14" diameter, 14" pitch,. Two 12 volt batteries, 12v lights, breaker panel, electric bilge pump (2006). Courtesy lights on cabin floor, mast light,, spreader light, steaming and running lights.
Electronics and Navigation Equipment
Ritchie 4" compass on pedestal, ST-60 depth sounder. Standard Horizon VHF, Standard Horizon CPV 350 GPS.
Hull, Deck, Sails and Rigging
White hull, blue boot top and sheer, blue non=skid, full keel, attached rudder, wheel steering. Port cockpit hatch, anchor locker with roller forward. Two dorados, several opening ports, stainless steel stern and bow rails, lifelines, teak cockpit coamings, bronze Harken ST-40 winches '07, rails and handrails, deck hatches forward and mid-ships.
Partial battened Acadia Sails main, two reef points 2014; main sail cover 2015, ; Full symmetric spinnaker, 110% roller reefing jib 2010, 150% roller reefing genoa, halyards rope and wire, 1,x 19 standing rigging. Furlex furling system, whisker pole.
25# CQR plow anchor on stainless steel bow roller, 15' chain/150' rode, 20# Danforth, 100' Nylon rode, life jackets, flares, horn, fire extinguisher, emergency tiller, boat hook, bell, white cockpit dodger, companionway screen. Fitted cockpit cushions, fenders, dock lines' portable boarding ladder, fiberglass skiff.
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.