1980 40- IOR Racing Sloop Greenwich CT in Greenwich, Connecticut

Price: $22,500
Date/Time:28 Jun, 09:27 a.m. EST
Type: Sailboats
State: Connecticut  City: Greenwich  Boat type: Sailboats
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Actual Location: Greenwich, CT
- Stock #xxxx56 - If you are in the market for a racer sailboat, look no further than this xxxx Bruce Kirby 40' IOR Racing Sloop, just reduced to $22,500 (offers encouraged).This vessel is located in Greenwich, Connecticut and is in great condition. She is also equipped with a Yanmar engine that has 300 hours.Please submit any and ALL offers - your offer may be accepted! Submit your offer today!At POP Yachts, we will always provide you with a TRUE representation of every vessel we market. We encourage all buyers to schedule a survey for an independent analysis. Any offer to purchase is ALWAYS subject to satisfactory survey results.Take a look at ALL ***51 PICTURES*** of this vessel on our main website at POPYACHTS DOT COM. We appreciate that you took your time to look at our advertisement and we look forward to speaking with you!
Accommodations:
Stove (Princess Propane); Cabin sole is teak and holly over wood laminated floors weather boards ; Countertops; Galley; Head (JABSCO); Ice Box; Salon; Shower; 0VERBOARD DISCHARGE; WASH BASIN; AFT QUARTER BERTH; Oil and Marpole discharge cards Lines and fenders Life preservers, Life ring Shore power cord Horns, Flares Water 20 US gallon in plastic tank. Emergency tiller Awning Full winter canvas cover MOM 8A Aluminum propane tank Aluminum equipment trailer Wells Cargo
Mechanical Equipment:
Bilge Pump (2); Engine Alarms; Exhaust (Rubber Waterlift Muffler); Fuel Filters; Fuel Tank (Aluminum); GPS; Holding Tanks; Keel (Fin); Macerator; Electric Auto Blige Pump; Manual Blige Pump; Macerator
Electronics & Navigation Gear:
Autopilot (Autohelm STxxxx); Compass (Ritchie); GPS (Garmin 225); Navigation Lights; Stereo (Kenwood); VHF (Standard Horizon); Barometer
Electrical System:
Alternator; Battery (12V); Battery Switch (2); Circuit Breaker Panel; Ship's Power (12v DC); 12-v W/ 115v Shore Power; Marinetics Propane Switch; Propane Switch (B&G Hydra)
Deck & Hull Equipment:
Anchor (Danforth); Bow Rail; Dock Lines; Lines; Main Sail (North); Rub Rails; Shore Lines; Steering Wheel; Winches; Han Rail; Chocks; Cleats; STERN RAILS COCKPIT HATCHES KEEL MAST INNER FLANGE TOE RAILS; Fire Extinguisher
Sails Rigging:
Mast; Spars; SPARS -Mast, boom and spinnaker spars are anodized aluminum painted with stainless steel 1"X19" standing rigging and turnbuckles -Turnbuckles and swage fittings found in good condition Head stay is fitted with Harken furling with foil -Vang is manual -Running back stays ; Spinnaker (5); North Mainsails (4); Furling Genoa; Racing Jibs (3); WINCHES -Lewmar winches -(2) 46 -(2) 44 -(2) 40 -(2) 42
Additional Equipment:
INFORMATION PROVIDED BY SELLER:
The yacht is in perfect condition, extremely fast and was the first open transom racing yacht and prototype Bruce Farr modeled his Farr 40 after. She has been unbeatable in local yachting series races and has Newport, Transatlantic, Bermuda, and Halifax campaign racing experience.
The purchase of this vessel is eligible to be tax deductible because of foundation is selling the boat is a nonprofit.
Engine(s):
Fuel Type: Gas
Engine Type: Other
Quantity: 1
Beam: 12 ft. 5 in.
Fuel tank capacity: 25
Water tank capacity: 20
Speed max: 22