Corbin 39 Center Cockpit For Sale!

by Justin
(Lisbon, Portugal)





'Jack Iron' is the ideal round the world cruiser.

She has one of the most fantastic arrangements of any vessel of her size. The center cockpit keeps all lines close at hand, while allowing for a spacious full-berth aft cabin.

A 12ft beam and flush forward deck is as ideal for sail changes and dingy storage as it is for sun bathing.

Below deck accommodations are finished with ash and teak wood.

This is a seaworthy and spacious vessel made to enjoy the voyage and the destination.

We are asking 69,000 USD or Best Offer.

Currently docked in Lisbon, Portugal she is in an ideal location to venture to Northern Europe or Mediterranean adventures.

Specification:
Vessel type: 39' Corbin Center Cockpit Cutter
Year: 1980 model year
Length on Deck: 38'9"
Waterline length: 31'11"
Draft: 5'8"
Beam: 12'2"
Displacement: 22,000 lbs.
Ballast: 9,200 lbs
Engine: 60 HP, M60 Perkins Prima Diesel
Fresh Water capacity: 165 Gal
Fuel capacity: 105 Gal

Interior Details:
Forward cabin has divided chain locker access forward followed by the enclosed forward cabin with V-berth, tanks and storage below, locker, drawer bank and entryway with privacy curtain aft to starboard. A common area is next aft to starboard with storage outboard, door to head compartment inboard, open to cabin forward.

Enclosed head compartment to port has counter top wash basin, Jabsco manual marine toilet plumbed for overboard discharge. Plastic holding tank located under the forward cabin berth.

Galley Stainless steel sink with pressure water plus foot pump water, insulated top loading box with an Adler Barbour Power Plate 12 volt refrigeration system installed, Taylor stainless steel propane stove with two burners, griddle top, broiler and oven.

Propane storage is in two steel propane cylinders (both manufactured 07/00) in a separate Marine Energy Systems dedicated propane box in the sail locker. System is equipped with regulator and 12 volts.

Nav station to starboard has an opening chart table, seat, and electronics.

Passageway follows nav station aft to starboard and has a pilot berth with water tank and storage below outboard, ship's electrical panel and engine room access inboard, door to cabin aft.

Engine room below the center cockpit houses the propulsion engine, transmission, fuel tank, seacocks and other mechanical, electrical and plumbing components.

Aft cabin has berth aft with components of the steering system and exhaust system below, lockers, shelves and drawers outboard, sink forward to port.Interior finished primarily with teak veneers over plywood bulkheads and furniture components trimmed with solid teak hardwoods, ash ceiling strips, vinyl headliner and vinyl floor covering over plywood cabin soles. 12 volt light fixtures, 110 volt receptacles and upholstered cushions, where appropriate throughout.

Safety:
Revere Coastal Commander 6 person Liferaft;
ACR 406mhz EPIRB;
Flare/signal Kit;
LifeSling 2 Overboard Rescue System;
4x Dry Chemical Fire Extinguishers, Kidde Mariner Type;
PFD's - 4x USCG type I adult;
2x Automatic Inflatable Lifevest;
2x SOLAS Immersion Suits;

Sails:
2x Dacron main with three reef points;
2x Roller furling genoa 130%;
1x Staysail;
1x Storm Sail;

Electronics:
Compass- Sestrel pedestal mount in cockpit and chart table;
VHF- Standard Horizon Intrepid;
Depth Sounder Raymarine 300;
GPS- Raymarine RN 300;
Chart Plotter w/ RADAR- Raymarine RL70C, 24 mile radar;
Autopilot- Raymarine ST6001+;
Furuno Navtex NX-300;
ICOM IC-7200 SSB Radio;
ICOM AH-4 Tuner;

Electrical:
Battery Banks: 4 Trojan T-105 6V, 225 AH;
Sterling Power Pro Charge Ultra 12v 20 amp Battery Charger;
Air-Marine 3 blade Wind Generator;
Transformer- 240/220 input to 110 house output;

Miscellaneous:
10ft Inflatable Plastimo Dinghy;
Fleming Global Auxillary Rudder, Windvane Autopilot;
New upholstery of salon and aft cabin cushions (2014);
New stereo and cockpit speakers (2014);
New Dodger and Bimini (2013);
New gelcoat of cockpit/windlass/deck vents (2013);
Galley utensils/crockery included;

Contact the owner at jzoeller13@yahoo.com

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