1991 Brewer Dolphin 43

$89,000

1991 Brewer Dolphin 43

$89,000
Type Sailboat
Make / Model Brewer / Dolphin 43
Year / Condition 1991 / Used
Length 43'
Engine Single
Engine Use 5273 Hours
Engine Description Yanmar 4JH2TEB
Horse Power 63
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fiberglass
Stock # 180834
Boat Location Harpswell, ME
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- Stock #180834 -

Beautiful cutter with extensive refit since 1998! Draft: 6', Ballast 10,500 lbs. encapsulated lead! Skeg-hung Rudder, wind vane & MORE!

Update August 2020....Seller just returned from a 5 week cruise off the Maine coast during which the boat performed beautifully...She is back on the hard now and awaiting your personal inspection from stem to stern and top to bottom.

Don't be shy about making an offer, since the sellers are in need of a smaller boat!

This beautiful sailboat was built in Manilla, the Philippines to a highly regarded Ted Brewer design thought to be an aft cockpit version of his Cape North 43. She has made two trans Atlantic crossings with the current owners.

When she is launched again and recommisioned she will be available to take her next owner anywhere they might chose with little preparation work required.

You will be hard pressed to find a better bluewater boat with the extensive upgrades that this boat has had progressively installed over the last 20 years.

Her extensive features and inventory are listed below:

EXTERIOR:
-Fiberglass hull cored with end grain balsa core
-All new Awlgrip, teak decks and cockpit (no screws), and Treadmaster on roof (2008).
-Double Lifelines (2002) with Gates port and starboard.
-Very roomy (sleep in) cockpit with large stowable dining table and fixed folding small teak table (2002).
-Wheel steering.
-New Stamoid bimini (2014),
-Stamoid dodger with Strataglass windows (2019),
-removable Stamoid side curtains (2002), all with Goretex stitching.
-Pacific Blue Sunbrella sail covers and shade awnings for staysail and main booms.
-4 Lewmar deck hatches (3 replaced 2001),
-9 Lewmar opening portlights (2005),
-10 Lewmar winches, boom gallows (2001),
-boom vang, SS mast pulpits (2002),
-2 jacklines bow to stern.
-8 Groco bronze seacocks (pulled/serviced 2001), 3 Marelon seacocks.
-Folding SS swim ladder. Hot/cold swim shower in cockpit. -Stern rail mounted Magma gas grill with fittings for U.S. and European tanks.
-Aluminum two-part passerelle (2005).
- Four Taylor Made Big B blue fenders, three large round white fenders, stout docking lines.
-Teak flag pole and long gaff.

INTERIOR:
-Large galley with two centerline sinks, large refrigerator and smaller freezer with Seafrost holding-plate refrigeration, engine-driven and electric shore assist (1998).
-Seaward Hillerange/Princess Model 3122 3-burner (two 2012) stove with oven,
- fire blanket (in bag).
-Propane CNG and CO detectors/alarms (2005/06).
-125- gallon fiberglass integral water tank in starboard garboard section,
-SHURFlo Model 2088-414-934 (2013) diaphragm fresh water pump with accumulator.
-PUR PowerSurvivor 35 RO water maker.
-Sunbrella rain-catching awning with hose to deck fill.
-PAR Model 84600-0000 electric bilge pump and two manual bilge pumps (one below, one in cockpit).
-Large Saloon with two 6'+ settees/bunks and very large folding teak dining table. Teak bulkhead with mounted clock,
-Shipstrike barometer (1998), oil and electric lamps.
-Two private double Staterooms, each with overhead hatch and opening portlight, closet, drawers/shelves; shower, vanity, head (manual with 20 gal. holding tank and macerator forward and manual (2008) with LectraSan (1998) aft), overhead lights, large mirrors, and Nicro solar vents.
-Rule fresh water sump pump.
-Electric fans or lights throughout.
-Generous stowage.
-Seaward Water Heater (2016)

POWER:
63 HP Turbocharged Yanmar 4JH2TEB Diesel (1998)
-Hurth V-drive transmission. Multiple access above, fore, aft, both sides.
-125-gallon integral fiberglass Fuel Tank in port garboard section.
-Two Racor 500 diesel Fuel Filters (1998).
-Electric Oil Changer (1998) and electric Fuel Prime.
-Speedseal raw water Impeller Cover (not installed).
-Self-pitching 3 Blade Autoprop H5-416-RH (2006) and spare fixed Prop. Line Cutter. Yanmar spares.

SAILS and RIGGING:
-Hallett Sails triple-reef Main with full battens (2003),
-bridge deck Traveler (2008),
-Hallett Sails boomed self-tacking Staysail (2003) with second spare,
-North Sails 120 Genoa (2004),
-UK Yankee,
-Harken Roller Furling (2005),
-UK Cruising Spinnaker with ATN Sleeve (Sock) and Tacker,
-UK Stormsail (unused).
-Keel-mounted Mast with Tides Marine Strong System Teflon mast track (2005),
-SS steps to lower spreaders, quick release Inner Forestay, --standing wire rigging with Norseman fittings (2005). Forespar masthead Lightning Dissipator (2006).
-Mast-Mounted Forespar Whisker Pole (2000).

NAVIGATION:
-Large Nav Station next to companionway.
-Standard Horizon Eclipse VHF Radio, Icom M 802 Single Sideband Radio (2002) with AT140 Tuner (2002), SCS PTC-IIPro Modem (2002), Garmin GPSMAP 5208, Garmin GPS 152, Si-Tex T-170 Radar, Autohelm 7000 Self-steering, Autohelm Depthsounder and Rudder Deflection Gauge,
-Compass on Binnacle.
-Monitor Windvane (2002) with spares kit. Bronze Ship's Bell.
Deck-level Running Lights, Aqua Signal Bow and Deck Lights (2005), Aqua Signal masthead Tricolor and Anchor Lights (2005). Davis masthead Wind Indicator with light.
Extensive recent Charts, Guide Books and Pilot Books for the Mediterranean, Caribbean, Bahamas and U.S. East Coast.

ELECTRICAL:
-Heart Interface Link 2000 Inverter/Charger/Monitor (1998), -Solar Panel (2003) with Solar Boost 2512i (X) Charge Controller,
-Heart Interface Freedom 10 Inverter/Battery Charger (1995),
-Balmar MC-612 External Regulator with Battery Temperature Sensor (2005),
-Balmar 100 Amp 6 Series Alternator (2012),
-Starter Battery (2019)
-One bank of two 135 amp-hour house batteries (2012)
-One bank of two golf cart batteries (2019) for windlass and macerator
-ship-to-shore Cables (two 110V and one 220V).
-AllPro Rocket N Wi-Fi Signal Booster (2012).

GROUND TACKLE:
-Maxwell VW 1200 electric Windlass with Chainstopper (1998),
-44 lb. Bruce, 44 lb. Delta and 21 lb. Fortress Anchors,
-200 ft. 3/8" HT G40 galvanized chain (2014),
-200 ft. nylon rode with 40' 3/8" HT G40 galvanized chain.

STORM and EMERGENCY (all unused):
-Lifesling Overboard Rescue System,
- two mounted Horseshoe Buoys,
-COB Pole,
-3 Forespar RL-2 personal Strobe Lights,
-ACR 15 Hr. Buoy Rescue Light with bracket.
-18' diam. Para-Tech Sea Anchor with 5/8" SS Swivel Shackle and 100' 3/8" Trip Line (1998),
-36" diam. Galerider Storm Drogue with 45' 5/8" Bridle and 350' 5/8" rode.
-Sunbrella Emergency Hull Patch,
-6-Man Avon Life Raft,
-ACR floating RapidDitch Bag (2006) with ACR signal Mirror,
-ACR Therma Blankets, Orion orange Distress Flag.
Mounted ACR 406 MHz GPS EPIRB (2005 Exp. 11/16).
-Direct Manual Steering Gear (if wheel steering fails).

We are looking for people all over the country who share our love for boats. If you have a passion for our product and like the idea of working from home, please visit SellBoatsAndRVs [dot] com to learn more.

Please submit any and ALL offers - your offer may be accepted! Submit your offer today!

Reason for selling is seller is downsizing.

At Pop Yachts, we will always provide you with a TRUE representation of every vessel we market. We encourage all buyers to schedule a survey for an independent analysis. Any offer to purchase is ALWAYS subject to satisfactory survey results.

You have questions? We have answers. Call us at (941) 548-7496 to discuss this boat.

Selling your boat has never been easier. At Pop Yachts, we literally sell thousands of units every year all over the country. Call (855) 218-2805 and we'll get started selling your boat today.

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