John Marples Cruising Trimaran For Sale
This John Marples design center–cockpit cruising trimaran was built in Cebu eight years ago and has been completely refitted throughout as a bluewater sailing yacht with accommodation for at least four people. Length overall 35.5 feet with large double–berth aft cabin and two berths in the main cabin. This excellent example of a John Marples cruising trimaran has had only one owner since new.
This sailboat (launched 2004) is highly recommended because it is has a completely refitted interior and has a clean history.
The yacht comfortably sleeps four with accommodation and facilities including a spacious center–cockpit plus: double–berth in the aft cabin (sleeps two), amidships berths (sleeps two); washroom with shower, washbasin & toilet; navigation station and galley.
Recommended minimum crew compliment for island cruising is two persons.
Currently located with the refitter, the yacht is almost ready to sail away: overhauled engine needs to be installed; the rig needs to be set and tuned; a few items like fresh water pumps & navigation lights need to be fitted and tested. The final items of the refit will be installed when a buyer's deposit is secured; approximate time to complete refit is six weeks. In the meantime she will be on a secure mooring in a typhoon shelter.
- LOA: 10.82m (35.5 ft)
- Beam: ()
- Draft: 0.8m (2.6 ft)
- Construction: hull is vacuum bagged fiberglass over cold–molded marine ply
- Rig: full height; single spreader
- Fuel: not measured
- Water: not measured
- Weight (empty): not weighed
For Sale Price
- US$ 48,000
- This yacht is located near Cebu, Philippines; viewing is strictly by appointment.
- For an appointment to view this cruising trimaran please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone +63 917 846–3388
- Yanmar 20 HP inboard diesel
- set of two (mainsail + jib) Dacron cruising sails
- GPS Chart Plotter
- Marine VHF radio
- Depth sounder
- bulkhead mounted compass
This sailboat was anti-fouled April 2012
She is currently registered in the United States and classified as a "visiting yacht" in the Philippines under current legislation
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