The Nauticstar 39 is a very well designed catamaran. Her 39' length, combined with her 21' beam allows for plenty of interior living space, as well as a large, open deck space for enjoying the sun and fresh air. This catamaran has lots of space for your family and friends, and all your boating gear.
Her mast clearance of 56'5" means that she can comfortably go under most bridges, including all those along the Inter Coastal Way (ICW). Her 3' draft also allows her access to many rivers, creeks and bays that many sailboats need to avoid.
Her up galley means the chef has easy access to friends and guests in the comfortable salon area or those in the nearby cockpit. The cockpit can be completely enclosed, to allow sailing and living aboard in all conditions. With ample room to sleep 8 comfortably, spend the night aboard your Nauticstar 39 at your favorite water front spot.
What you first notice about this catamaran is the openness of the deck. There is no clutter to trip over moving about the decks either fore or aft. The next thing you will notice is the amount of windows throughout the cabin coupled with opening hatches allowing excellent air flow through the cabin. The life lines are stainless steel wire running from the bow rails aft to the cockpit through well mounted stanchions.
The standing and running rigging dates back to 2007, the model year of the boat and shows little wear and is in good shape. All of the running rigging leads to the cockpit with the exception of the main and jib halyards and have self tailing winches.
The spacious cockpit is deep with self bailing scuppers. A full size bench settee aft, the helm with captain's chair to port and the mates chair to starboard all protected with a full enclosure.
On the port and starboard bulwarks are the motor lift controls both electric and manual. The unique setup for this economic propulsion system allows for small outboard motors to raise and lower through a well in the bottom of the hull. Once you are done motoring raise the outboard to reduce drag. Push a button, down it goes and you are motoring again.
Moving through the double cabin doors you are greeted with a very large salon. The galley is to starboard and has plenty of storage utilizing pull out cabinet drawers that hold glass and dish racks. To port is the navigation station aft and the dinette forward.
Dropping down 3 steps into the starboard hull there is a narrow cabin aft, outboard mounted storage lockers and a double cabin with a small head, shower forward.
The port hull has a double cabin forward and a large storage area at the bow which could be made into another cabin. Again there are storage lockers mounted outboard and all the way aft there is a larger 2 section head, shower combo. The interior of the boat is very bright and airy with plenty of sunlight because of the many windows installed around the boat.
Full galley up
Stove, Smev 3 Burner: LP Gas
Shower: Each Head
Microwave, Galanz: 680w23ysl-v9
Fridge/freezer: 12/24 VDC
Additional Cockpit Settee
Anchor (2), with 250 ft of rode
Fore-deck Sun Pad
Self Bailing Cockpit
Racing Sailing Track
Wind Instrument, Navman: Wind 3100
VHF, Navman: VHF 7100
Chartplotter, Navman: Tracker 5600
Autopilot, Navman: G-pilot 3100
Fish Finder, Navman: Fish 4500
Ship's Power (12v DC)
Shore Power Cords (2) – 30 amps
110 V DC Outlets
AC Electric Panel
Batteries, House: Under Settee In Salon
Inverter: Micro Solar (Pure Signwave 2000-4000)
Flat Screen TV, Vizio: Razor LED
Battery Charger: Pro Mariner 20 Amp
Amp Meter: On Panel
Volt Meter: On Panel
CD Player JVC: KD-DVS 3AV
110v AC Outlets: GFI Protected
Alternator: Both Motors
Solar Panel: 360 Watts – mounted on top of arch
Shore Power: 110v. AC: 30 Amp (2)
Fuel Gauge: 2
Circuit Breaker Panel: 12 VDC
Battery Switch: 1, 2, Both
Batteries, Start: 1 At Each Motor
MPPT Solar Charger
Model: Big Foot
Size (each): 15 hp
Fuel Type: Gasoline
Fuel Tank: 70 gals
Cruising Speed: 8 mph
Fuel Consumption: 1 gal/hour @ Cruise
Configuration: Outboard - 4 Stroke
Engines lower and raise on chain track (up to reduce drag while under sail)
Dutchman Sail System
Rigged For Single Handed
Sheet Winches: Traveler:
Stack Pack Sail System
Sail Covers: Stack Pack
Roller Furling Jib: Harkin
Main: Doyle (Full Batten Main Sail)
Reefing Mainsail: 3 Point
Roller Furling Jib
Dinghy and Motor not included as part of boat inventory, but available for sale.
Fans in all the rooms.
Blinds on Side Windows.
Hanging Rack for Clothes.
All water piping upgraded/replaced.
All Electrical Wiring replaced.
New 100V Hot Water Heater.
All Bedding and Sheets included.
All Cookware and Dishes go with boat.
INFORMATION ON CONDITION
The boat looks very good for the age; the first and current owners have maintained the vessel with professional aplomb.
There are a couple of areas on deck that have small repairs.
There is some light clouding in the isinglass on the dodger above the cabin entry.
As a whole this boat is in excellent shape and could make someone a wonderful Caribbean cruiser.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors to investigate such details as the buyer desired validated. Photos may not properly reflect the current condition of the actual vessel offered for sale. In some cases stock photographs may have been used.
2019 SW 20th Street
Suite 300-B (Houseboat)
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315