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1984 Wauquiez Pretorien 35

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Chuck

425-260-4728

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1984 Wauquiez Pretorien 351984 Wauquiez Pretorien 351984 Wauquiez Pretorien 351984 Wauquiez Pretorien 351984 Wauquiez Pretorien 351984 Wauquiez Pretorien 35
This exceptionally well cared for 36 ft sail boat is hull number 145 of 212 hulls built.

The present value of these high quality boats exceeds the original market value.

They are in demand by those sailors who know value and quality.

I am the second owner of this sail boat.

They are a Belgium boat built in France.

After delivery to the USA it was sailed to Alaska and lived there for 14 years.

It then became part of a divorce settlement and was moored in fresh water in Seattle for two years.

I purchased it in 2000.

I have added $38309.01 of upgrades to its already long list of out standing features.

The boat is built for heavy weather.

It has a sail drive with a 2 blade folding prop driven by a diesel Volvo model #2003 28 hp engine with 1470 original hours.

The oil has been changed in the sail drive and engine every 50 hours.

The teak interior has no UVA fading.

Sleeps 7 – V berth, aft berth, dinette area.

Propane stove/oven and diesel furnace.

Refrigerator, micro wave, 2 stainless steel sinks serviced by two 33 gallon water tanks. 25 gallon holding tank for the toilet, shower.

The standing rigging was recently inspected and the report states "all rigging was roll swaged and in excellent condition.

The mast and lower/upper spreaders were in excellent condition, with very minimal corrosion"- it was in tune.

The famous (gel coat) monocoque fiber reinforced hull has been waxed every year as the bottom has been painted every two years.

I have the receipts and log for all maintenance/repairs and up grades from 2000 to the present.

I am only selling because my vertigo attacks force me to do so.

Sail boat name is SEMPER FI.

Moored at Edmonds marina F8 Chuck Turbak 425 260 4728 (cell) Cruising World boat review at http://www.cruisingworld.com/boats-and-gear/boat-reviews-and-previews/wauquiex-prtorien-35-gallic-and-dependable-201427.html Below is the description and equipment list and the maintenance/upgrade log; Semper Fi description and equipment list Sleeps up to (4) owners/guests in two staterooms plus two dinette and one settee/lee berth for a total of (7) berths.

The MASTER STATEROOM is forward, this is a futon; opening overhead hatch; hanging locker to port; privacy door aft; and private access to the ENCLOSED HEAD with integral shower next aft to starboard.

General access to the head is from the forward companionway; large hanging locker and cabinet storage is opposite on port.

Next aft in the MAIN SALON is a huge U-shaped DINETTE, convertible to a large double berth when needed.

Opposite is a single-berth sized settee with built-in bookcase over.

Next aft to port is the clean and functional NAVIGATION STATION, with chart table and easily accessible electronics.

Opposite the nav station is the U-shaped GALLEY to starboard, featuring pretty and practical ceramic tile countertops and durable round stainless steel sinks with refrigerator and two burner propane stove/oven.

A microwave sits on the counter or stove.

Finally aft to port is the well-planned AFT CABIN, with standing headroom at the entrance, locker outboard, and a double quarter berth.

Centerline steps between the galley and nav station lead up to the large COCKPIT.

INTERIOR: is the Wauquiez signature teak and is in excellent condition throughout – I apply lemon oil three times per year, teak and holly cabin sole; curtain window covering, reading lights in the dinette area.

Cushions and window coverings were re upholstered in Ralph Lauren material in 2003.

HEADROOM reaches approximately 6'2".

Engine: Volvo model #2003 28 HP diesel, 1470 original hours fresh water heat exchanger – Racor fuel filters – serviced every 50 hours or annually Sail drive: Volvo 120S with 16LH 14 (2) blade folding, bronze prop (new 2000) – serviced every 50 hours Steering system: Emergency tiller, wheel type pedestal Anchors: (1) Lewmar CQR galvanised 45 lb (1) Danforth #12 claw galvanised (1) Bruce 25 lb with 50’ 5/16 chain and 150’ 5/8 twisted nylon Windlass: 12 V DC serviced 2003 (taken apart) Thru hull fittings: bronze Bilge: one 12 V DC with float switch (install 2001) and two manual – 1 in engine room – 1 in cockpit Waste system: toilet connected to 20 gallon holding tank (install 2001) with deck pump out – also has a overboard outlet – shower has sump pump (install 2001) Diesel fuel tank: 25 gallons Water system: 120 V AC 6 gallon water heater, two 33 gallon fresh water tanks, pressure and manual system Heating: Hi Seas diesel convection cabin heater, portable 120 V AC space heater Electrical: (4) 6 V and (1) Group 27 12 V wet cell in (2) 12 V banks – Heart Freedom 15 inverter – battery isolator (all installed 2002). 30-amp dockside electrical inlet with (2) 50' hook-up cables.

Galley: Eno (2) burner propane stove/oven, microwave, ice box has been converted to refrig with Frigoboat 12 V DC system (install 2002) Standing rigging: Mast head sloop aluminum anodized mast, manual back stay, removable baby stay and (2) running back stays – (2) spinnaker poles – Vang - furlex on headstay and lazy jack system (install 2000) Running rigging: all replaced new in 2000 Winches: (2) lewmar 48 ST (2) lewmar 43 ST (2) lewmar 30 (2) lewmar 16 (2) lewmar 8 – all winches were serviced 2003 – (taken apart and serviced) Sails: Main dacron kevlar with full battens, dacron main, 135% dacron genoa, #4 genoa, elvstrom dacron storm jib, .75 oz and 1.5 oz spinnakers Instruments: SR Mariner- wind-speed –depth - digital with 2 displays (nav and cock pit), 5” plastimo on the pedastal, auto helm 3000 with wind remote, King 7000 VHF, Radar is furno 1621 16 mile, Garmin GPSMap 2006 color chart plotter with depth reading at nav station and cockpit (install 2004), brass clock and barometer, wired for computer media center with keyboard and 15” articulating flat screen monitor (install 2004), remote underwater camera, sexton, Jenson stereo receiver in cabin and cockpit speakers (install 2004).

Cockpit: Wheel steering with pedestal throttle and gear controls, compass, mount for GPS.

Engine instrumentation includes tachometer; water temperature (install 2000) & oil pressure gauges; hour meter; and fuel level; manual bilge pump; DECKS: are fiberglass (non skid paint 2001); stainless bow rails; stainless stanchions; lifelines (replaced new 2002); navigation lights; fenders & lines; life jacket(s).

Construction Hand-laid fiberglass comprised of alternate layers of woven roving and strand mat in polyester resin.

Hull is solid glass with structural grid members molded in to strengthen the vessel's bottom, support the sole and receive the lower portion of the marine plywood bulkheads.

Ballast is external lead secured to the stub keel with 1-1/4" bolts.

The deck is cored with end grain balsa wood, which is replaced with solid fiberglass in areas of high compression loading.

Slotted alloy toe rail; exterior trim is teak.

Misc: Dodger, sail and winch covers (new 2000), lifesling, horse shoe float with strobe light, flares, fire extinguishers, propane BBQ, numerous spare parts that came with boat from Alaska.

Exclusions Any of owner's personal items left on board, including any items not listed in the specifications, are not included with the sale of the vessel SEMPER FI WORK SHEET prevent mt upgrades 7/3/2000 Survey hull/engine 7/24/2000 Purchase 8/2/2000 boat name $186.83 8/2/2000 wax hull $833.49 8/4/2000 fire ext recharge $54.19 8/16/2000 buy lazy jack $420.69 8/25/2000 install furlex/lazyjack $3,449.35 8/29/2000 sail repairs $695.59 8/30/2000 2 new fenders $60.79 9/2/2000 mainsail/winch covers $551.38 9/7/2000 swim ladder tips $7.43 9/20/2000 engine repair $1,380.72 9/21/2000 heat exchanger/folding prop $1,491.66 9/30/2000 6 new fenders $97.18 10/18/2000 new dodger $672.50 11/3/2000 bottom paint $2,819.94 11/4/2000 space heater $76.01 11/21/2000 sail repairs $396.17 11/22/2000 install all new running rigging $2,767.44 12/16/2000 snubbers $99.66 1/17/2001 mariner cover $8.69 1/18/2001 misc $2.98 1/28/2001 blue tarp $8.65 3/26/2001 change zincs $97.74 5/18/2001 oil change $160.71 5/25/2001 install holding tank $2,244.56 5/29/2001 new lifesling/horseshoe/flares $311.42 6/1/2001 new non skid $2,002.46 6/21/2001 gel coat repairs $364.48 6/25/2001 sail repairs $95.20 6/28/2001 dinghy repair kit $16.99 7/28/2001 saildrive oil change $581.48 8/15/2001 keel repairs/install galvanic isolator $3,045.46 10/3/2001 install elec bilge/shower pumpGFI-CATV $3,471.88 11/19/2001 change zincs $97.92 12/10/2001 engine repair/oil change $715.98 2/24/2002 engine repair $405.37 5/1/2002 change zincs $114.24 5/3/2002 buy GPSMAP 2006 $1,979.00 5/17/2002 bottom paint/hull wax $1,853.47 5/29/2002 buy brass lights - interior reading $94.00 6/11/2002 sail drive oil change $540.25 7/16/2002 install refrig/GPS/75 amp breaker/lights $9,618.20 install inverter/AGM batteries 10/16/2002 change zincs $125.12 12/1/2002 oil change $203.46 12/18/2002 replace all lifelines $1,789.54 3/20/2003 change zincs $125.12 3/26/2003 radar reflector $25.01 3/26/2003 tether line for life vest $146.19 3/31/2003 repair toilet - mast lube $400.10 4/12/2003 sail clean main & head $601.63 4/23/2003 misc $1.15 5/2/2003 sail clean genoa $428.85 6/1/2003 engine repair/oil change $335.77 6/4/2003 add two AGM batteries to house bank $1,060.55 6/13/2003 fire ext recharge $16.97 6/18/2003 service all winches and anchor windless $1,421.81 8/22/2003 change zincs $272.00 10/12/2003 engine repair/oil change $235.33 1/21/2004 change zincs $108.80 4/13/2004 install MarinerMedia Bank (computer) $6,674.40 4/16/2004 FM antenna w/cable $116.39 4/20/2004 Garmin depth sounder GSD20 $390.56 4/21/2004 bottom paint - hull wax $984.35 4/22/2004 install depth sounder $382.45 4/22/2004 haul out fee $350.49 4/28/2004 engine repair/oil change/zinc change $959.40 6/3/2004 intergration GPS 2 locations $1,175.04 7/22/2004 fire ext recharge $16.79 9/24/2004 change zincs $105.01 12/4/2004 oil change $246.05 5/25/2005 change zincs $105.01 3/27/2006 haul out fee $254.13 3/28/2006 oil change/zincs/saildrive/fuel system $810.75 3/28/2006 keel/bottom paint/wax/ rudder $1,211.12 3/23/2007 haul out power wash bottom/ch zincs $184.74 8/2/2007 oil change $267.87 11/29/2007 haul out power wash bottom/ch zincs $224.22 2/18/2008 boat soap - teak oil $44.62 7/10/2008 bottom paint - - ch zinc $2,207.92 7/10/2008 hull wax $400.00 7/10/2008 chg oil sail drive-oil/filter/fuel system $906.34 $31,373.19 $38,309.01 THE ORIGINAL FABRIC IS STILL ON THE CUSHIONS - IT HAS A COVER OVER IT.

I HAVE A BRIG RIGID BOTTOM 10' 10'' DINGHY, 9.9 HP MERCURY OB AND A SALTWATER TRAILER THAT I ALSO WILL SELL AFTER I SELL THE SEMPER FI



ABOUT THIS BOAT
Basic Information
Type:Sail
Year:1984
Length:36'
Price:$95,500.00
City:Mill Creek
State:Washington
More Details
Engine:Volvo model # 2003
Engine Count:Single
Engine Hours:1470
Drive:IB
Horsepower:28
Fuel:Diesel
Hull Material:Glass
Beam:11' 6"
Draft:6'
Condition:Excellent

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