1967 Bill Tripp 38

NZ$ 145,000

CODE:
B124
LENGTH:
11.53 metres
TYPE:
Sail

During the 1960s, William H. Tripp Jr. was one of America’s most successful yacht designers, drawing custom ocean racers for a distinguished clientele and smaller boats for production builders like Seafarer and Columbia Yachts. His Bermuda 40 for the Henry R. Hinckley Co. is considered by many to be one of the prettiest boats of the era.

MARINA is a special yacht with a very special history. Since launching in Argentina 1967, the one (and still current) owner has clocked up over 120,000 miles cruising the world. She is built from 5 year seasoned strip Paraguan cedar, so tight that no caulking is required! The beautifully crafted timber interior is truly unique. Features include –

$30,000 approx spent on new hull paint, canvas, full boat cover and upgrades since 2020
Alloy spars, rig checked 2018
Full sail wardrobe
Set up for short handed sailing
Yanmar 3GM, 27hp engine (installed 1998)
Wheel steering
Windvane self steering system
Robertson AP3000 Autopilot
Waternaker
SSB and VHF radios with pactor modem
Radar
B and G wind instruments
1.97 metre internal headroom
2 double and 1 single berth
Cockpit shower (hot water system)
Fridge, freezer and oven
Solar panels and inverter
Near new Aquapro dinghy and 2hp motor
Life raft and safety equipment
Full boat cover
Numerous spare parts and tools required for offshore cruising.
Please enquire for full details and inventory. To arrange viewing in Nelson, please contact the owner’s Sole Agent.

CONTACT:
Steve Thomas

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These particulars have been prepared from information provided by the Vendor and are intended as a general guide to the vessel, their accuracy cannot be guaranteed by us. The purchaser should confirm details of concern to them by survey or engineers inspection. The purchaser should also ensure that the purchase contract properly reflects their concerns and specifies details upon which they wish to rely..(E & OE)