1980 Bristol 32
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Cataumet, MA
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 18,900
- Sale Pending
This elegant and graceful sloop is the little sister to the Bristol 40. Designed by Ted Hood, she offers comfortable accommodations for up to six and is known for her warm interior and grace in a building breeze. She is in superb condition and has been beautifully maintained by her second owner.
The merits of the Hood designed Bristol 32 are well known. However, this Bristol 32 is a quite unique. She features a very rare factory installed cutter rig complete with bowsprit and self-tacking staysail for offshore work, with a removable inner forestay that allows her to sail as a sloop rig for daysailing & weekending. Fidelio has been owned by the same family since new and has been constantly upgraded and maintained over the years. She has an extensive sail inventory including storm sails, a 2008 diesel with 800 hours, updated Raymarine electronics, and more. Fidelio is a veteran of many Bermuda trips and is equipped and ready to go again. Don't miss this opportunity to owna one-of-a-kind Bristol 32.
This Bristol immediately distinguishes herself from the others with her bowsprit which adds to the long graceful overhangs fore and aft. The bow sprit and bow pulpit provide more sail area where it counts most and room on the foredeck for the removable inner forestay and self-tacking reefable staysail so she can sail cutter rigged when offshore or with full quick range of motion for the symmetricalspinnaker and spinnaker pole or the asymmetrical cruising spinnaker.
The Long overhangs allow her to sail above her calculated hull speed of 6 to 8 knots when heeled - at which point she stiffens up nicely. Because of her narrow beam and full keel, she can heave-to with ease in Gulf Stream conditions where it counts.
For complete details please contact K. McCann Yacht Sales.
Please contact Kevin McCann at (508) 771-8447
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Ted Hood
LOA: 32 ft 0 in
Beam: 9 ft 5 in
LWL: 22 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 8 in
Displacement: 11300 lbs
Ballast: 3300 lbs
Total Power: 24 HP
Engine Brand: Universal
Year Built: 2008
Engine Model: M-25XPB
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 810
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 24 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (105 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (20 Gallons)
Number of heads: 1
Honey colored teak & mahogany interior, with teak & holly cabin sole
Forward Cabin: V-berth with separate door, under berth storage and side cabinets with sliding doors, ventilated by a large hatch overhead. Two lights port & starboard. Just aft to starboard is a large hanging locker.
Head: aft of Forward Cabin to port features manual marine toilet, vanity mirror and Stainless Steel sink w/ H/C pressure water, sliding door cabinets and additional storage below sink. The plumbing includes a y-valve for pumping waste either overboard, or to a holding tank with deck or offshore pumpout.
Main Cabin: Large, straight settees port and starboard. The port side pulls out to form a double berth, the starboard can be made into an over/under bunk. There is a folding drop-leaf dining table that folds up against the bulkhead when not in use. Storage is generous with 6 cabinets with doors and 6 pull-out drawers beneath the settees. The main cabin is ventilated by an overhead hatch as well as two dorade vents. Shipmate cabin heater on port bulkhead. Cushions have been recently refurbished and custom made. Light blue curtains for main cabin ports.
Galley: Aft to Port to starboard with ice box aft to port, doubling as a nav desk.
Galley is located aft to starboard. Includes a 2-burner propane stove with oven, Stainless sink with pressurized hot/cold water & manual whale pump, 6 gallon H/W heater, and ice box to port. There is a sliding countertop/cover over the stove, a galley strap, storage shelves with sliding doors above stove and more storage for pots & pans next to and aft of the galley sink.
The propane locker is a properly vented plastic canister with gauge, fastened to the stern rail.
Electronics & Navigation Equipment
- Magellan Nav 1200 GPS
- Furuno Model 1622 Radar
- Standard Horizon Eclipse GX1000s VHF radio
- Raymarine ST4000+ Wheel Pilot Raymarine ST 60+ Wind & Speed Flashing
- Fathometer Epsco Sea Farer New Ritchie Compass
- Masthead mounted LED nav lights
- Deck mounted second set of nav lights Mast-mounted Lofrans radar reflector
Sails & Rigging
Cutter rigged with removable inner forestay Self-tacking staysail boom with topping lift Annodized Aluminum spars
Deck-stepped main mast
Profurl NC1-32 Jib furler
Spinnaker pole track on mastGenoa tracks midship with 2 traveling blocks each side
Separate Trysail and Spinnaker tracks on mast
Winches: 2 #40 Lewmar 2-speed primaries in cockpit, 2 new Lewmar #18 self-tailing secondaries in cockpit for spinnaker and/or trysail, #16 Lewmar jib halyard winch, #8 Lewmar for main halyard, 1 winch on boom for reefing
Jib halyard clutch
Dacron Mainsail w/ 3 reefing points
Dacron genoa on Profurl furler
Free-footed Staysail with 2 reefing points with cover and separate dedicated halyard and traveler Asymmetrical Cruising Spinnaker
Two trysails different sizes - one is orange. Dedicated track on mast. Each has dedicated sheet leading aft through new aft quarter toe-rail blocks to the new self-tailing winches
Storm jib for the inner forestay
Deck & Hull
Solid fiberglass hull w/ full keel and encapsulated lead ballast. Deck is balsa cored except where original hardware is installed.
Factory installed bowsprit and bow pulpit with backing plates.
Stainless steel roller and chafing gear off bow pulpit for anchor gear
Hawse pipe on foredeck (no windlass)
2 Danforth anchors with chain & nylon rode. Heavy primary anchor w/ 32 feet of chain and approximately 200 feet of nylon 3-strand rode.
Double lifelines with boarding gate
Stanchion mounted spin pole brackets
Two dorade vents
Two teak handrails on coach roof
Large ventilation hatches over V-berth and Main Cabin, opening port in head
Custom reinforced companionway hatch with custom teak mounds for a life raft (raft not included) Custom Screen for companionway hatch
Stainless steel swim ladder
Two bow cleats & chalks
Two stern cleats & chalks
Wheel steering - 22" destroyer type w/ elkhide cover
Sunbrella Cockpit cushions
Large cockpit lockers port & starboard
Manual Gusher pump in cockpit
Man overboard Lifesling
Outboard motor mount on stern rail
12V System w/(2) batteries Main Panel and Selector Switch in Cabin
120V Shore Power
2 12V batteries
DC & Amp meters
Electric bilge pump
Fresh Water: 80
This elegant and graceful sloop is the little sister to the Bristol 40. Designed by Ted Hood, she offers comfortable accommodations for up to six and is known for her warm interior and grace in a building breeze.
The merits of the Hood designed Bristol 32 are well known. However, this Bristol 32 is a quite unique. She features a very rare factory installed cutter rig complete with bowsprit and self-tacking staysail for offshore work, with a removable inner forestay that allows her to sail as a sloop rig for daysailing & weekending. Paragon has been owned by the same family since new and has been constantly upgraded and maintained over the years. She has an extensive sail inventory including storm sails, a 2008 diesel with 800 hours, updated Raymarine electronics, and more. Paragon is a veteran of many Bermuda trips and is equipped and ready to go again. Don't miss this opportunity to own a one-of-a-kind Bristol 32.
For complete details, please contact K. McCANN YACHT SALES.
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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