Fairbanks 32 Aft Cabin Twin Diesels
Fairbanks 32 Aft Cabin Twin Diesels for sale | 9.75m (32'0") | 1990 | 2x diesel 200hp | GRP Construction | Planing underwater profile | 7 berths | Boat REF# 164064
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|Lying||Skagit County, WA USA - Shown by appointment|
|Fuel capacity||1,022.7 ltr (225.0 G) Total - 2 Tanks|
|Water capacity||300.0 ltr (66.0 G) Total - 1 Tanks|
|Holding tank capacity||236.4 ltr (52.0 G) Total - 1 Tanks|
|Engine||2 x Diesel 200hp|
|Engine make and model||Volvo-Penta TAMD41M (1990)|
|Engine Hours||engine1: 1200 engine2: 1200|
|Prop(s)||3 blade bronze|
|Fuel consumption (approx)||22.7 ltr (5.0 G) /hour At Cruising Speed|
|Cruising speed (approx)||10 knots|
|Max speed (approx)||20 knots|
Propellers are bronze, three blade, Michigan Dyna Jet 19X18 counter rotating, new in 2000 and mounted on 1.5 inch stainless shafts.
The engine compartment and wiring are in excellent condition appearing in most cases as new with many upgrades. All seacocks are bonded and wiper brushes bond the prop shafts. A galvanic isolator protects the mechanical systems. This boat has been professionally maintained.
|Draft Min||0.66m (2'2")|
|Draft Max||0.86m (2'10")|
12 volt, 4 batteries charged by: engine, shore power Heart Interface Freedom 20 2000 Watt invertor, 100 amp charger
The Fairbanks 32 was built in Richmond, BC at a yard known for quality design and construction. Hull and topsides are all fiberglass with no exterior wood. The interior features a molded liner showing a gelcoat finish throughout.
The hull design is a modified "V" capable of efficient planing speeds.
Tank capacity is listed as reported by the owner and the boat builder. We have not measured or otherwise verified the tank capacity.
|Total # of berths||7|
|No. of double berths||3|
|No. of single berths||1|
|Heads||2 heads (Vac flush)|
|Pressurised water system|
|Hot water system|
|Raw water wash|
This is a rare, twin diesel aft cabin version of the Canadian-built Fairbanks 32. Large windows and incredibly spacious, two stateroom, two head interior make this an ideal family cruiser or liveaboard.
The Fairbanks 32 Aft Cabin features a very spacious interior providing much more interior volume than is normally seen in a 32 foot yacht. One can board over the relatively wide swim step, even with a dinghy mounted, and up a ladder to the "sun deck". Alternatively one can board midships to the side deck and up stairs to the "sun deck". The sun deck area is enclosed with canvas and stainless railings. Additional stairs lead up to the fully enclosed flying bridge with three swivel seats or through a double door and down stairs into the main cabin.
The main cabin features an open layout combined with the galley which is forward and down stairs. The effect is of a much larger cabin with great headroom and long sight lines. There is good visibility to each side and forward. The helm station is on the upper level to starboard with a couch along the port side that can serve as a single berth. The twin Volvo diesel engines are located under the salon floor and accessed through removable floor panels. Cabin heat is provide by an Espar diesel forced air furnace system with outlets in all three cabins.
A roomy master stateroom aft features a queen size bed (with a thick, new mattress) to port and a large head and shower compartment to starboard. The full size shower area is forward of the head and counter. A large, opening window facing aft is provided in the aft cabin.
Forward of the main salon is the galley and dining area two steps down. Galley to port with four burner Wedgewood gas range and Nova Kool AC/DC refer unit. A microwave oven is located above the counter. A Wolter System 300 gas water heater is installed above the sink. A convertible dinette is across from the galley on the starboard side. It makes up into a double berth and features a really large icebox under the aft seat.
Forward from the galley/dining area is the bow or guest cabin with a large double berth and a separate head and shower to port. The bow cabin has large forward facing windows providing a bright, well-lit environment.
4 burner gas cooker
Navigation equipment includes an Autohelm Powerpilot autopilot system, a Shakespeare SI2001 VHF on the bridge, a Sitex Compact 55 VHF and a Standard DS41 depth sounder at the interior helm. A Lowrance Globalmap 2400 GPS Plotter can be mounted on the bridge or interior helm. A 4" Ritchie compass is mounted on the bridge and a 3.5" Quicksilver compass at the interior helm station. Though no radar is fitted, the bridge does have a nice stainless steel radar arch installed and ready to carry a radar antenna.
Electric Lofrans Tigres windlass
54.86m (180'0") of chain
Livingston 8' dinghy (1984)
The Delta plow anchor is connected with 5/16" all chain rode estimated but not measured at 180'. A raw water washdown outlet is provided at the bow. A Livingston 8' fiberglass catamaran hard dinghy is mounted on Weaver "davits" off the swim step. The swim step is wide enough that it is still possible to board the boat via the swim step with the Livingston mounted. A block and tackle from the upper gunwhale of the Livingston to the rail on the sun deck allows the Livingston to be lowered or recovered while connected to the swim step with the Weaver system. Stainless steel fender holders are attached to the stainless steel railings which completely enclose the front, side and rear deck areas. Side decks are wide enough on both sides for easy access to the fore deck. The swim step provides good access to dock cleats at the stern when coming into the dock.
2 bilge pumps (0 manual / 2 Electric)