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- Located In:
- NC, United States
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- Current Price:
- US$ 75,000
This vessel was originally purchased by the previous owner as an empty hull/deck that was professionally built in California by the Fibersteel Corporation. Fibersteel was well known as a builder of ferro-cement boats, and had a great reputation for workmanship.
The owner proceeded to do a beautiful quality job of finishing the interior. The vessel has three separate sleeping cabins, two marine heads, two separate walk-in heads, a workshop, washer/dryer, a large galley, a big main salon, two steering stations, and a cutter/ketch rig.
This boat has had only two owners.
The Valeo is a hard-to-find, comfortable, spacious and capable cruising boat. They rarely go on the market. This is a great boat at a great price!
Please contact Steve Hulme at 919-523-3559
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Length Overall 63'
Length on Deck 55'
This vessel will fit under the 65' Intracoastal bridges
Draft with centerboard up 5'
Draft with board down 8' 6"
Displacement includung 400 gal of fuel 98000 lbs
The companionway takes you down past the interior steering station into the main salon which has 6' 6" head room, lots of storage, a table for six, comfortable seating and the navigation center in the aft port corner.
Aft of the main salon on the starboard side is the galley. Across from the galley on port is a full marine head and a separate walk-in shower with about 6' 4" headroom.
Aft of the galley and shower is the master cabin. It has 6' 5" headroom and a standard size double bed with an air mattress with a pillow cover. There are two closets (his and hers) each about eight feet long. There is also a six drawer dresser and a diesel heater.
Forward of the main salon on port is another separate walk-in shower with 6' 4" headroom. Across from the shower on starboard is the laundry area and another full marine head. Forward of these there are two more private sleeping cabins, one on port and one on starboard.
All the way forward in the vessel is a workshop with standing headroom along with access to the chain locker.
There are two separate ten gallon hot water heaters on the vessel, one forward and one aft.
Engine and Generator
Engine is the Gray Marine Detroit Diesel 6-71. This is an in-line 6 cylinder engine.
Engine hour meter shows 1717 hours
Engine is rated at 136 hp at 1200 rpm and 205 hp at 1800 rpm. The manufacturer recommends 2100 rpm maximum under load. The engine is designed to develop its maximum horsepower at low rpm for durability and fuel economy.
6-71 means the engine is six cylinders with 71 cubic inches per cylinder therefore displacement is 426 cubic inches (6x71). Series 71 engines were produced from the 1930's to the 1990's.
Compression is 18.7 to 1
Background information on Detroit Diesel: Series 71 engines were produced in one-, two-, three-, four- and six-cylinder versions, all in in-line configurations. In the 1950s, Series 71 engines in V configurations were introduced in six-, eight-, 12- and 16-cylinder versions. The engine's configuration is indicated in its name, so a 6-71 is an in-line six-cylinder engine, while a 6V-71 is a V-6. Suffixes appended to the name indicate when an engine is equipped with turbochargers, intercoolers or Roots-type blowers; a 6-71TIB engine features all of this equipment.
Generator is a Perkins 7.5 KW with 5829 hours
Double stainless sink
Propane Force 10 two burner stove with oven
Hot/cold perssure water
Large capacity refrigerator with holding plates and front opening side-by-side doors
Separate freezer with holding plates and top opening access
Deck and Rigging
Vessel is rigged as a cutter/ketch
Roller furling on genoa and staysail
Main and mizzen have roller furling fitted outside (aft) of the masts
Owner rates sails as fair condition. Sacrificial stripes need replacing
All winches are self-tailing Barients
All standing rigging fitted with Stayloc fittings
Electric anchor windlass with remote control
Twin anchors with all chain rodes
Backup line rodes
Stainless steel davits on transom
Electronics and Electricial
Robertson RP-22 autopilot
Raytheon RL-70 radar
Depth and speed meters
Twin 30 amp shore power
Avon inflatable dinghy
Johnson 9.9 hp outboard
Hull has two centerboards located inline on the centerline of the boat (one is located aft of the other)
Centerboards operated by dedicated winches
Draft with boards up is 6'. Draft with boards down is 8' 6".
Fresh water capacity 600 gal
Fuel capacity 400 gal
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.