Proven Blue Water Trimaran Cruser, now being used as a Sailing Charter Boat. This is a Very Rare Opputunity to Run Your Own Charter Business, or Start Cruising on a Very Stable Multi-Hull Sailboat. She has a Newer Yanmar Diesel Engine, Newer Electronics, Spare Sails, Portable Honda Generator, Kayaks, and a 14ft. Inflatable w/ 20 hp. Outboard. The Charter Business is Not Included with the Purchase of the Vessel, but may be Purchased at an Additional Cost from the Seller. Please Contact the Listing Agent to Get Aboard, and Explore the Possibilities of your Next Adventure.
Capt. Tim Hagan
Please contact Capt. Tim Hagan at 714.926.6775
Zusatzinformationen, Zubehör und Ausstattung:
Name des Schiffes
Werft: William R. Ingram
Designer: Norm Cross
Flagge: United States
Kiel: Anderer Kiel
Länge über alles: 39 ft 6 in
Breite: 21 ft 6 in
L.W.L.: 35 ft 3 in
Tiefgang max.: 3 ft 6 in
Gesamtleistung: 29 HP
Marke des Motors: Yanmar
Motor Typ: Innenbordmotor
Propeller: 3-Blatt Propeller
Antrieb Typ: Direktantrieb
Motorleistung: 29 HP
MANUFACTURER Yanmar MODEL 3YM30AE TYPE Marine Diesel Fresh Water Cooled TOTAL HORSE POWER (APPROX.) 29 HP SERIAL NUMBER E12781
FUEL SYSTEM NUMBER Two (2) FILL LOCATION Side Deck TOTAL CAPACITY 40 Gallons (Rept.) MATERIAL Steel GROUNDED Yes FILTERS Racor FUEL LINE SIZE & MATERIAL 1/4" Rubber WATER SYSTEM NUMBER Three (3) TOTAL CAPACITY 80 Gallons (Rept.) MATERIAL Polyethylene WATER LINE SIZE & MATERIAL 3/8" Plastic Tubing VENTED Overboard MSD NUMBER One (1) CAPACITY 15 Gallons (Rept.) MATERIAL Polyethylene OTHER Macerator Pump & Y Valve LPG (PROPANE) SYSTEM There is a solenoid, container, pressure gauge, and the system is vented overboard. There are two (2) horizontal tanks.
Honda 2000 Generator, 2017 Saturn 14' Dinghy w/ Tohatsu 20HP Outboard, Various Sails, Two (2) Kites, Two (2) Mains, One (1) Extra Jib and Mizzen sail, Two (2) Stand-Up Paddle Boards, Four (4) Kayaks.
LOA 39.6' LWL 35' 3" BEAM 21' 6" DRAFT 3' 6" (Reported Dimensions) HULL TYPE Surveyed in Water HULL MATERIAL FRP Over Wood FASTENERS Stainless Steel & Bronze FRAMES & BEAMS: 2" x 1" Marine Plywood Beams, 1/2" Double Diagonal Cold-Molded Marine Plywood Strips w/ FRP Laid Over the Plywood. DECKING Nonskid FRP WINDOWS & PORTS 4 DECK-TO-HULL JOINT Slip Flange ANCHOR WINDLASS Simpson-Lawrence w/ Up Foot Switch GROUND TACKLE: Plow Type Anchor w/ Galvanized Chain & Nylon Rode & Spare Danforth Stern Anchor. SAFETY RAIL Stainless Steel Stanchions w/ Double Wire COMPASS Yes DECK EQUIPMENT: Stainless Steel Bow Pulpit, Anchor Roller, Stainless Steel Stern Pulpit w/ Swim Ladder, FRP Toe Rail, Two (2) Cabin Top Hatches, Miscellaneous Mooring Equipment, (2)Solar Panels. AFT COCKPIT: Scuppers, Canvas/Full Vinyl Dodger/Bimini Top w/ Stainless Steel Bows & Isinglass Enclosure, Stainless Steel Helm.
SWITCHBOARD LOCATION Starboard Side Nav Station Area DC PANEL DC Voltmeter, Fuses & Switches AC PANEL AC Voltmeter OTHER: Heart Interface Inverter/Battery Charger, Circuit Breaker for Windlass, AC Outlets (GFCI Type), DC Outlets, One (1) 30-Amp Shore Power Receptacle w/ 50-Amp Adapter.
BATTERIES Three (3) Medium Amp in Boxes w/ Lids LOCATION Engine Space GENERATOR(S) Alternator on Auxiliary Engine VOLTAGE 12V-DC & 110V-AC MAIN DISCONNECT SWITCH Vapor Resistant
Insignia 27" TV, AM/FM/CD Stereo.
History, Construction, and Accommodations
The vessel "Thesis", was designed by Norm Cross and built by William R. Ingram in San Diego, California of plywood and FRP (Fiberglass) in 1970. The vessel is a custom fiberglass and plywood, diesel auxiliary, cruising trimaran ketch, known as a Cross 39.
The hull construction is FRP over plywood. The main hull is 1/2", double diagonal, cold-molded marine plywood strips, with 3/8" plywood above the chine. All three (3) hulls are covered with two (2) layers of cloth with polyester, with the main beams being 2" x 1" marine plywood, with a deckto-hull joint that gives the vessel its rigidity and stiffness.
Boarding the vessel onto the exterior hull and stepping inside the bimini/dodger puts you in the main, aft cockpit area. Here there is adequate sailing paraphernalia along with navigational aids and engine-monitoring instrumentation. There are two (2) hulls on either side of the main hull leading forward for sailing, anchoring, fishing and other uses. There is a stainless steel bow pulpit, anchor windlass, and two (2) cabin top hatches providing light and air to the cabins below. The aluminum, deck-stepped mast is supported with 1x19 stainless steel wire standing rigging. There is yacht braid running rigging, and a mizzenmast located aft of the cockpit.
Aft of the cockpit there is a small aft cabin that is currently being used for storage. Here there is also a second marine head. From the aft cockpit, down a set of stairs puts you in the main living area. Immediately to port is a U-shaped galley, and to starboard is a nav station-like area with storage. Continuing forward, there is a small settee on the starboard side, with a large, double berth to starboard of that with more storage. To port there is a convertible dinette, with another large berth to port.
Continuing forward through the bulkhead puts you into the marine toilet area. Here, the vanity is on the port side and more storage to starboard. There is an enclosed marine toilet on the port side as well. Continuing forward through the next bulkhead puts you into the storage/sail locker in the "V" of the hull. Here there is a holding tank as well as a chain locker.
This particular vessel has been sailed all over the world. It would be considered a custom, one-off built boat. There has been a lot of work and effort put into it to maintain it. The vessel shows pride of ownership and would be considered a good example of a Cross 39.
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 desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Owner's personal items excluded. Exclusions include, however are not limited to, Seller's personal possessions, loose items, binoculars, handheld radio(s), charts, tools, fishing equipment, spare parts, clothing and foul weather gear, galley equipment, linens/bedding and any items not specifically listed on equipment list specifications sheet.