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- CA, United States
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- Current Price:
- US$ 45,000
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SURVEYED JUNE 10th , 2015
VESSELS NEEDS CARPETS, UPHOLSTREY AND LOTS OF LOVE ON THE EXTERIOR!
BEING OFFERED FOR SALE AT $30,000 LESS THAN SURVEYED VALUE !!
BOTTOM LAST PAINTED FEBRUARY 2013
The Gulfstar 43 MK II is a conservative trawler design made popular in the 1970's because of the fuel crisis powered by the twin Perkins 130 HP . The full width aft deck allows for an enlarged master stateroom with a centerline queen size berth. A comfortable cruiser, the galley and dinette are located down from the salon level. the lower helm is standard and sliding doors port and starboard provide access to the deck. Additional features include a near-standing engine room, excellent cabin ventilation and protected underwater running gear.
Please contact Christine Kaplan at 415-567-8880
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Viking Yacht Company
Designer: Vince Lazzara
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Semi-Displacement
LOA: 43 ft 4 in
Beam: 13 ft 11 in
LWL: 39 ft 2 in
Minimum Draft: 3 ft 6 in
Bridge Clearance: 12 ft 0 in
Dry Weight: 21000 lbs
Cruising Speed: 10 knots
Maximum Speed: 13 knots
Range: 300 nm
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (130 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (300 Gallons)
Chain locker way forward followed by the fwd cabin with P/S berthing, storage under / just aft to port is the fwd head compartment / further aft is the down galley with dinette to port, galley to stbd / up steps to main saloon with stbd side lower helm station, (2) couches and table / further aft down steps to the owner’s state room with center line double berth, in-suite head compartment to port with shower stall / from saloon P/S sliding doors lead to side decks and access to foredeck and aft deck / ladder at aft deck leads to swim platform.
Naturally aspirated diesel engines
PERKINS / 6-354
Cylinders/HP: 6 / 130 each
Port engine original / stbd engine re-build according to seller
Hours:P/ 0830 – S/ 0557 per meters
Engine beds and mounts: Good
Cooling system:Fresh water cooled / heat exchangers (Note)
Raw water strainers:GROCO
Exhaust/Silencer:Water lift / direct to in-line
Belts and hoses:Appear good
Gauges and alarms:Full at lower helm
Reduction Gear: PERKINS (Hurth)
Batteries:(2) 12v 8-D; (1) 12v Gp 27
Condition of terminals: Good
Wiring condition: Well loomed
Vapor proof switch:(1) COLE HERSEY; (2) PERKO
Alternators:(2) (Est.) 75 Amp.
Panel location:At lower helm Circuit protection:
Magnetic breakers and fuses Cabin lights:12v - good
Nav lights:12v - good
Anchor light:12v - good
Deck lights:12v -good
AC Electrical System
AC Electrical System:
Shorepower cable: MARINCO 30 Amp.
Plug condition: Good
Wiring condition / GFCI: Well loomed
KW:(Est.) 5.5 Kw
Serial #: Not sighted
Location:Aft engine space
Exhaust: Can type
Ventilation: Blowers and natural
Panel location:At lower helm
Sink: Dual stainless steel
Refrigerator: NORCOLD 12/120v
Stove type: PRINCESS electric
Burners/Oven:3 / yes
Safety and required equipment
Safety and required equipment
Throw-able flotation: (2) Ring buoys
PFDs: Ample USCG approved Type II
Flares: Expired (Note)
Horn: Dual trumpet
Bell: None sighted (Note)
Oil/Pollution placards: Yes / no (Note)
Waste management plan: None (Note)
Copy of navigation rules: None (Note)
Fire extinguishers: (3) 3# ABC / gauges in green
Fixed fire system: FIREBOY Halon (Note)
CO detector: None (Note)
Smoke detector: None
Radar reflector: None
Emergency steering: None
Manual: WHALE Gusher
Electric: (1) ATWOOD, (1) RULE w/ float switches
High bilge water alarm: None
Surveyors Notes and Recommednations
NOTES, REMARKS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
This 1975 GULF STAR 43’ Motor Yacht was found in overall good/fair condition. The vessel has seen little use in recent years. A major re-fit to engines an generator are recent. Cosmetic appearance is poor. Some deferred maintenance is required.
With continued care and maintenance, this vessel should provide years of continued service and be considered a good insurance risk.
(In as far as may be ascertained from a general inspection, without making extensive removals or opening up to expose ordinarily concealed areas, and without taking borings to determine thickness or soundness of structures and members, or testing for tightness of components.)
Note: The N.F.P.A. National Fire Protection Association, and ABYC (American Boat and Yacht Council), do not represent legal requirements, only safety standards. Non -conformity can affect insurance. U.S.C.G Requirements are law by the Federal Boat Safety Act of 1971.
Repair and maintenance items:
**Items needed now
Hull and superstructure:
Recommend a full steam cleaning of the topsides, decks and superstructure. A detail wax is also recommended.
The windscreen at the upper helm is missing. Recommend replace windscreen.
Some cushions in the galley area are deteriorating. Recommend replace.
The fwd escape hatch is missing a riser arm. Recommend replace.
There is damage to cushions in the galley dinette. Recommend replace and repair.
There is damage to the carpet in the galley near the NORCOLD refer/fried. Consider replacing carpet. Check NORCOLD for leakage.
Both engines blew white smoke at cold start. White smoke continued in transit. Recommend a full engine survey/service.
The starboard engine overheated in transit to the yard. It was determined that the cause may have been due to a fouled external strainer for the raw water intake. Recommend clearing all raw water intakes.
**Diesel fuel was found in the well of the starboard engine. Recommend trouble shooting the fuel system to ascertain any leaks. Repair as necessary.
**Oil was found in the well of the port engine. Recommend trouble shoot to determine oil leak. Repair and prove operational.
**External sea strainers for both engines were fouled causing the stbd engine to overheat while in transit to the yard. Recommend removing strainers, cleaning and replacing.
**Recommend a full engine service to both engines and generator.
**Zincs were found in poor to non-existent condition. Recommend replace all zincs.
There was considerable salt build-up at the port engine heat exchanger. Recommend inspect and repair as necessary.
There was diesel fuel at the base of the stbd engine. Inspection did not reveal fuel leakage. Recommend further inspection.
There was oil in the well of the port engine. Inspection did not reveal leakage. Further inspection is recommended.
None at this time.
None at this time.
Tankage and plumbing:
None at this time.
Electronics and navigation:
The AIRGUIDE compass at the lower helm is devoid of fluid. Recommend repair compass.
The BENMAR auto pilot was non-operational. Recommend repair/replace.
The SIGNET wind at lower helm, SIGNET depth and speed at upper helm were non-operational. Recommend repair/replace units.
The DECCA radar was dis-connected and non-operational. Recommend replace unit with new.
The galvanized chain at the fwd anchor is corroded. Recommend replace chain.
The wheel for the upper helm is not set. Recommend setting wheel, prove operational.
Safety and required equipment:
**The USCG requires a minimum of three hand held RED flares with future expiration dates. It is also advised to provide three hand held ORANGE SMOKE flares for use in daylight emergency.
**The USCG requires a vessel of this size to provide a ships bell. Provide bell.
The USCG requires a vessel of this size to provide a Waste Management Plan. Provide plan in ships papers.
**The USCG now requires a vessel of this size to provide a copy of the USCG Rules for Inland Navigation. Provide a copy.
**Recommend service the FIREBOY HALON fire suppressant system.
Recommend the installation of a GFCI receptacle in the AC wiring system.
**Recommend the installation of a CO detector/alarm.
Fire extinguishers should be checked monthly to assure that pressure gauge readings are in the green area. Dry chemical extinguishers should be properly secured to their mounting bracket. ABYC A-188.8.131.52-2 and NFPA 302 E.3 recommend annual service/tagging.
-Carbon monoxide is a potentially deadly gas produced any time a carbon-based fuel, such as gasoline diesel, propane, charcoal or oil, burns. On board sources include gasoline and, to a lesser degree, diesel engines, generators, cooking ranges and space and water heater. Carbon monoxide is called the "silent killer" for good reason: exposure to low levels of the odorless, colorless gas can result in symptoms that mimic seasickness such as nausea, headache, dizziness and drowsiness. The installation of marine grade carbon monoxide detectors with audible alarm in all enclosed cabin areas is thus strongly recommended. And, ventilation of fresh air into cabins, even when air conditioners or heaters are running
SURVEY LIMITATIONS and SCOPE:
1. Parts of most vessels cannot be examined due to inaccessibility, some removal procedures add greatly to the time involved and, consequently to the cost. Therefore such procedures are not performed unless specifically requested or recommended.
Engine surveys and oil analysis are separate surveys and are recommended. Surveyors do not:
- Test the vessel, hull or tanks for tightness or leaks
- Unload cluttered holds or lockers
- Clean bottoms
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.
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