‘Gypsy Wind’, a 1988 Cutter-Rigged Caliber 38

by Len Ziska
(Poulsbo, Washington, USA)

Sailing in Tonga

Sailing in Tonga

Sailing in Tonga
Sailing in Vanuatu
Haul out 9/2018
Main salon

Currently located in Poulsbo, Washington (West of Seattle), ‘Gypsy Wind’ is a proven bluewater sailboat.

She has taken us from Seattle to Australia and back, handles rough water very well and loves smooth water.

She is a comfortable liveaboard boat. Unfortunately it is time for us to move on from sailing.

Highlights:

‘Gypsy Wind’ has an enclosed cockpit with roll up side curtains and a hard dodger which makes it a great all round cruising boat.

The Raymarine chart plotter and auto pilot were updated 2 years ago.

There are 3 solar panels, a wind generator and a watermaker for self sufficiency.

The galley is well set up for cooking undersail as well as at anchor, easily seats 6 for dinner at the fold out table, or more for conversation with the table folded up against the bulkhead.

The main cabin has a Pullman berth, the crew quarters are tucked away on the starboard side with the navigation station on the port side.

There's additional sleeping accommodation in the main salon with a pull-out double and a comfortable settee with a lee cloth.

Two heads, one with separate shower, the other with a handheld shower. Lots of storage. This cutter rigged sailboat is ready for cruising, locally or offshore.

Equipment:

  • Hull composition: fiberglass;

  • Engine: Yanmar 4;

  • Fuel: diesel 50 gallons;

  • Filter system: double Racor filters;

  • Water: 140 gallons;

  • Navigation: Raymarine Multifunction system (2 years old);

  • Autopilot: Raymarine (new 2 years ago);

  • Radar: Raymarine;

  • Depth sounder: Raymarine;

  • Wind gauge: Raymarine;

  • Depth gauge: Raymarine;

  • Anchoring: Bruce, CQR, Danforth, 200ft chain, 200 ft rode;

  • Other: 3 solar panels, wind generator;

  • Sails: cruising spinnaker, roller furling jib, self tending stays’l, mainsail, Storm trys’l on separate track;

  • Sleeping: main cabin with Pullman berth, quarter berth, main salon pull out double and single with lee cloth;

  • Heads: 2, 1 with separate shower, 1 with handheld shower;

  • Navigation station: situated on port side by Galley;

  • Galley: Force 10 propane stove/oven, deep double sink, pressure water, pressure seawater, foot pump fresh water, Little Marine Watermaker, microwave;

  • Heating: Webasto hydronic heating system;


Asking Price: $110,000


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John I need an email address
by: Len

John, click on the button above that says contact owner here so I can reply with additional pictures, please.

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Can you forward additional photos as add is limited.
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