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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Olympia, WA
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 37,500
32' Gulf '90 "Drummer Girl"
Drummer Girl is a very clean well maintained vessel. She is both shipshape and in ready to go condition. The pilothouse design is perfect for the Pacific Northwest or where lots of sunshine prevails. There is no excuse not to set out just because it is rainy and nasty outside. You can just go in comfort and style. The present owner is an experienced woman sailor, her third boat. The boat shows a woman's touch coupled with the attention to detail always found on boats that spend time underway and not always tied to a dock. If you are looking for a boat ready to set sail and not an unfinished list of projects look no further.
Please contact Dan O'Brien, Olympia WA at 360-867-1783
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Beam: 10 ft 0 in
LWL: 23 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 2 in
Displacement: 16000 lbs
Ballast: 6500 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 3 in
Total Power: 36 HP
Engine Brand: Universal
Year Built: 1990
Engine Model: 40
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 2089
Propeller: 2 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 36 HP
Cruising Speed: 6 knots
Maximum Speed: 6 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: Fiberglass (70 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (90 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: Fiberglass (10 Gallons)
The cabin is entered by going down a three step ladder from the cockpit to the cabin. To your left (port side) is the galley, and to the right (starboard side) is the navigation station and a quarter berth. The cabin sole is teak and holly, and the interior is fitted out with teak. Cushion covers are green velour. There is 6'-3" standing head room throughout the interior. The galley/navigation area is bright and has large windows on all sides.
The galley consists of a three burner propane stove with oven, refrigerator/icebox and sink with hot and cold pressurized water. A laminate board slides over the stove and provides more counter space when the stove is not in use. The refrigerator/ice box is aft of the stove and has shelves and containers to help organize contents. The stainless steel double sink is just forward of the stove and has an extendable faucet with hot and cold pressurized water, and a cold water foot pump activated faucet. Shelving for snacks, spices and miscellaneous items runs behind the fridge, stove and sink. The galley area has florescent lighting to make for a bright food preparation area.
Under the counter by the refrigerator are four drawers for cooking utensils and galley sundries. Under the stove is a drawer for pots and pans, and under the sink there is storage for items.
To the right is a quarter berth that runs partially under the outside starboard seating. This area has been used to hold extra cushions, covers, and a container for packaged or canned foods. There is lighting over the navigation station and quarter berth, including one with a red night vision setting.
There is a shelf the runs along the quarter berth that is used for flares, a flood light, and miscellaneous sailing item.
If you are seated on the quarter berth and facing forward, you will be at the navigation station. There is a Furuno radar/GPS screen, and room for charts. The desk contains one single drawer. To the right is the switch panel, and under the desk is the AC battery charger. The batteries are located under the forward end of the quarter berth, and there is more storage under the aft end of the quarter berth.
To the left of the navigation station is the inside steering station with duplicate wheel, throttle and shift. A seat fits into the floor, which allows you to be seated at the steering station.
Under your feet, there are three panels that provide access to the engine, water heater and bilge pump. Looking aft, behind the ladder, there is access to more storage under the cockpit.
Moving forward from the galley/navigation area, there are two steps that lead to the salon, which is then separated from the forward area by a wood bulkhead. To your left, there is a settee that is also a single berth; there are cabinets with leaded glass doors and shelves that run along the hull behind the settee. At the aft end of this berth, there is an opening panel to shelves located under the sink. At the forward end of this berth there is a diesel heater. There is more storage under the settee and florescent lighting above the settee. A porthole above the settee allows in additional natural lighting.
To your right, there is an “L” shaped settee. A table folds down from the bulkhead, behind which there is storage for dishes, glasses, and flatware. Like the settee on the port side, there are cabinets and shelves above the settee that run along the hull. A cushion that serves as a back support for the “L” section of the settee fits into the space between the bulkhead and “L” to become a double berth. There is storage behind this cushion and more storage under the settee. Florescent lighting and a porthole above the settee provide additional lighting.
Moving forward again, you will find a hanging locker with shelves to your left, and the head to the right. (6ft headroom) The hanging locker has its own door, and the head has a door with mirror. The head has a LaVac toilet and, a single sink with hot and cold pressurized water and a cold water foot pump activated faucet. The hot and cold water faucet can also be used as a shower. There is a cabinet above the sink and a shelf above the cabinet. There is storage under the sink. An opening hatch is located above, and there is a porthole allowing in natural light.
The floor of the head is a teak grate and shower water drains into a shower sump with its own pump. The head has florescent lighting.
Moving forward, you move into the V- berth which runs across the boat and sleeps two comfortably. To the left there is a half-hanging locker. Cabinets and a large shelf run along the port side of the berth, and a smaller shelf surrounds the rest of the berth. The area has a combination of florescent and incandescent lighting, including a red night vision setting.
There is a large sliding hatch above the berth that lets in light and fresh air. A favorite occupation is to open this hatch at night and watch the stars as the boat swings at an anchor.
Hope you enjoyed the tour of the interior of Drummer Girl.
- 12V – 110v
- Hillerange 3-burner propane stove/oven
- Manual pressure water system
- 6-gallon water heater
- 2-stainless steel sinks
- Dickenson diesel cabin heater and Red Dot heater with engine running
Electronics and Navigation
- Autohelm speed and distance log
- Autohelm depth sounder
- Furuno chart plotter
- Furuno radar
- Raymarine auto pilot
- Interior Danforth compass
- Exterior Ritchie compass
- Standard Horizon VHF radio
- West Marine hand-held radio
- Kenwood player
- 35LB CQR anchor with 100’ chain and 200’ nylon rode
- Electric windlass
- Covers for wood surfaces, windows
- Sea Eagle 8’ 6” inflatable dingy with oars
- Anchor light
- Deck light
- Running lights
- Steaming light
- Bow pulpit, rails
- Lifelines, stanchions
- Boarding gates
- Dock lines
- Swim ladder
- Radar reflector
Date of last bottom paint July 2015
Engine and Mechanical
- Fuel filters
- Raw water sea strainer
- Stove/engine fuel shut-off valves
- Cockpit and cabin engine controls
- Acoustic engine area insulation
- Manual engine fire extinguishing
- 1-manual, 1-electric bilge pumps
- Wheel steering
- LAVAC manual head
- 16-gallon fiberglass holding tank
- 12V DC – 110V AC
- Cranking battery 27M XHD (installed July 2016)
- Deep Cycle household SRM-8D (installed July 2016)
- Xantres battery charger (installed July 2016)
- Xantrex inverter / charger
- 35’ Smart Plug shore power cord
Sails and Rigging
- Manual boom vang
- Wire standing rigging
- Manual backstay adjuster
- Aluminum deck-stepped mast
- Mainsheet traveler
- Whisker pole
- Roller furler : Genoa Harken headsail
- 2-sheet winches Lewmar 40ST, 1 Lewmar # 7 mast winch
- 2-cabin top winches, Lewmar # 7 and # 16
- 4-life jackets
- 3-fire extinguishers
- Emergency tiller
- Life sling
All seller’s personal effects on board are excluded from the sale of this vessel.
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.