The Cal 39 seems to be an ideal vessel for an performace cruiser. With its clean decks and nice open cockpit and comfortable interior
With its relatively long waterline (32 feet on a 39-foot LOA), powerful hull design and generous sail plan, it will be a fast passagemaker that will be fun to sail and comfortable to live aboard offshore. The 39's sail area/displacement ratio of 18.2 will enhance her reputation as a family offshore cruiser. Surprisingly few Cal 39s are on the market these days, which is probably an indication of the loyalty owners feel for them.
Don Brame is well known cruiser around the Sea of Cortez and Brisa & Don are respected members in the San Carlos community. Anything you need or are looking for in San Carlos, please stop in and see Brisa or Don, they have contact numbers for most anything you will need. Don is on the vessel All the Way and is on the VHF net @ 0800 hrs ch 72 everyday and Don is also the local boaters weather person.
San Carlos Yacht Sales
Division of Mazatlan Marine Center
Marina San Carlos Loc-3
San Carlos, Sonora, Mexico 85506
All titling and financial transactions are completed in the US by fully licensed agencies. Ask us about the advantages of an offshore purchase--it's a breeze!
Please contact Don Brame at 011 52 (622) 226-0037
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
BALLAST: 7,000 lbs. (lead)
DISPLACEMENT: 19,000 lbs.
ENGINE HP: 50
ENGINE MODEL: 4-108
CRUISING SPEED: 5 kts. @1,800
MAX SPEED: 6.5 kts. @ 2,400
FUEL: 33 US gal.
WATER: 80 US gal.
HOLDING: 30 US gal.
A very livable interior design. The forward stateroom features a spacious vee berth with custom inner-spring mattress and generous storage in drawers, lockers and bins. The head is to port and a large hanging locker to starboard. The salon has port and starboard settees with a folding center-line table. The forward-facing nav station is to starboard, the U-shaped galley to port. There's a quarterberth aft of the nav station.
REFRIGERATION/FREEZER: Technautics Cool Blue (holding plate, 12vDC)
WATER HEATER: IsoTemp 6-gal. SS
STOVE: Force 10 SS 3-burner w/ oven (LPG)
SINK: Single SS
WATER SYSTEM: Pressure H-C; manual
Electronics and Navigation
HF RADIO-Ham/SSB: Icom 710 w/ Pactor III modem
SSB TUNER: Icom IC-M710RT
STEREO: JVC AM/FM/CD/Cassette
RADAR: Furuno 24-mi.
DEPTH SOUNDER: Standard Horizon
RADAR ALARM: Yes
VHF: (1) Standard Horizon Intrepid, (1) S-H HX270S handheld
MAST: Aluminum double-spreader, deck-stepped w/ compression post
STANDING RIGGING: SS wire with inner forestay
MAINSHEET TRAVELER: Garhauer
LINES LED AFT: Yes
ROLLER FURLING: Profurl
SPINNAKER POLE: Yes
WINCHES: (2) Anderson #40 2-spd ST on mast; (3) Barient #25, (2) Barient # 32 2-spd ST; (1) Barient #10 in cockpit
ANCHORS: 44# Bruce w/ 100' chain and 200' line rode; CQR 3#. w/ 50' chain and 250' line rode
TOE RAILS: FRP
BOW PULPIT: Yes
ANCHOR WINDLASS: Orca VE1200 12vDC
DINGHY: Airstream 9' roll-up with Evinrude 6-hp outboard
ANCHOR ROLLER: Double SS
LIGHTS: Deck mounted and tricolor nav; spreader; deck
DECK WASHDOWN: Saltwater
COVERS & CURTAINS: Dodger, bimini, cockpit awning
LIFELINES & STANCHIONS: Double vinyl-clad SS wire on SS stanchions
DECK MATERIAL: RFP with integral non-skid
GATES: P & S
OTHER: Garhauer SS outboard hoist and wind generator mast
Mechanical Equipment and Engine Details
PROPELLER: Bronze 3-blade
BILGE PUMPS: (2) Manual, (1) automatic
RAW WATER SEA STRAINERS: (2; engine & watermaker)
FIRE EXTINGUISHING: Manual dry chemical (not tagged)
FUEL FILTERS: (2) Racor
FUEL SHUT OFFS: LPG and diesel
TRANSMISSION: Borg Warner
HEAD TYPE: Manual direct discharge
HOLDING TANK: 30-gal manual
HEATER: Dickenson (diesel)
WIND VANE SELFSTEERING: Cape Horn
WATERMAKER: PUR 80E
LIFE JACKETS: (8) Type II
EPIRB: ACR Global Fix
LIFE SLING: Yes
LIFERAFT: Zodiac 4-person
JACK LINES: Nylon webbing
Owners report the following: Raytheon auto pilot, Standard Horizon Omni
Owners' personal effects
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.