PRICE REDUCED from $379,000.
Virgin Fire was designed and built by veteran multihull sailor Joe Colpitt and Gold Coast Yachts for his specific purposes. What resulted is a yacht of exceptional sailing performance with a large simple living accomodation. Virgin Fire is an ideal cruising yacht for the Caribbean. She is also very much a competitive race boat. Virgin Fire would make a serious world cruiser with a few modifications.
Builder: Gold Coast Yachts, St. Croix, USVI
Designer: Joe Colpitt
Hull Draft: 1’ 5”
Minimum Draft: 4' 6" (Rudder Depth)
Maximim Draft: 10' (Daggerboard Depth)
Mast Length: 72'
Mast Height Above Water: 78"
Light Displacement 14,000 lbs
Heavy Displacement 25,000 lbs
Sail Area 1,530 sq. ft.
Bruce # 1.62
Water: 60 Gal
The hulls, decks, bridgedecks, roof, cabin sides, windshield and seats are built of Corecell foam, glass and CPD epoxy resin using resin infusion and vacuum-bag processes. All components were built using West System construction methods.
- West System epoxy Products
- Painted semi-gloss Awlgrip, teak trim varnished
- Formica counter and table tops
- Awlgrip Polyurethane paint systems
50HP Honda outboard mounted on custom sled
Remote engine controls mounted in the cockpit
There are two double berths. One is located just passed the forward beam / bulkhead structure, the other is the settee in the main cabin which may be converted into a double berth.
A walk-thru of the boat beginning at the bow: Collision bulkhead, large sail locker with a large hatch directly overhead, double bunk with storage under and then hanging lockers port and starboard built into the wing fairings with stowage beyond. Passing under the main beam finds a navigators bunk to port with shelves and the head to starboard next to the daggerboard trunk with additional storage outboard. Continuing aft you step up into main cabin area with an 8’ galley counter to port with shelves outboard. A comfortable U-shaped settee is to starboard. The settee converts to a single or double berth with the navigation station on the forward end of settee. There is storage under the raised cabin sole (also the location of the built-in water tanks).
Finally exiting the main cabin we reach the cockpit which is quite commodious at 5' 6" x 11’.
3 x 12-volt batteries, Alternator, Control panel with 24 breakers.
Batteries replaced in November, 2015
Mainsail (Doyle, Fully Battened, Dacron, 900 sq ft, 2012)
Jib (UK, Dacron, 300 sq ft, 1998)
Spinnaker (UK 1400 sq ft, 1996)
Storm Jib (UK 100 sq ft, 1996)
Main halyard replaced November, 2015
The interior is painted white with Ash trim. The cushions are finished in blue Sunbrella.
The boat has recently has recently had the exterior repainted with Awlgrip paint.
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3 Narrows Rd.
Wareham, MA 02571