1983 Wasa Atlantic 51 Sloop
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Solomons, MD
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 49,000
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This Wasa 51 is truly a “Racer Cruiser” and has a traditional interior!!
During the off hours – not racing – the boat was sailed frequently the owners for personal use. Cruising for two – unless you’re hearty – you would want to add some items! The owner would be happy to discuss and advise.
Owners would be happy to sail with a buyer, race as well, and possibly deliver depending on how far and how long it would take!
LISTING AGENT= JIM BURNS CELL PHONE= (856) 313-2400 EMAIL= JIM@KNOT10.COM
Please contact Jim Burns at 410-827-9090
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 50 ft 6 in
Beam: 10 ft 8 in
Minimum Draft: 6 ft 9 in
Displacement: 14700 lbs
Ballast: 7930 lbs
Total Power: 30 HP
Engine Brand: Volvo Penta
Engine Model: 2030
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Power: 30 HP
Number of heads: 1
Sails & Rigging
Light #1 @ ~155% - racing blend with dacron scrim, white. No rips or tears, raceable for a year or two, cruise-able for several more years.
Heavy#1 @ ~135% - racing blend with dacron scrim, white. No rips or tears, raceable for a year or two, cruise-able for several more years.
Jib #3 @ 90% - racing carbon offshore blend Quantum fabric, black w/ light plastic scrim. No rips or tears, raceable for a year or two, cruise-able for several more years.
All-purpose Blue and White (boat colors) ~1 oz. No rips tears or repairs needed. Cloth good air-tight blow test.
(Would work nice in a dousing sleeve, might have one around for it.)
Larger White ~0.5 oz for light air. Was repaired once. Good shape and raceable.
(Would also work in a dousing sleeve, we don’t have one however.)
Mainsail – full carbon offshore blend Quantum fabric. Had some minor patching and batten pocket repairs. Good racing shape still.
Carbon battens. Black carbon, w/ light plastic scrim. A Slider system added without compromising bolt rope – to affix to a new Strong-Trac mast system.
Stack-pack is a bit tired but functional. Could use some fabric work. Zipper work.
One aluminum spinnaker pole slightly longer than “J” dimension.
Racing sheets and Halyards. All in good shape. Safe and useable. I might “end to end” one of the Spin halyards as the cover is a bit worn at the shackle but the inside blend is fine.
A set of Self-Tailing primaries included. Same vintage and style as the Non-Self tailing primaries. Should fit the same base and holes. 3-speed.
A 6-Man Life Raft in a valise. Was last inspected for an offshore race in 2006. May or may now pass a life-raft inspection but you can have it.
A ~15 gallon Stainless Holding tank. Fitted but never installed or used – offshore racing not required. We planned to locate in the Head area.
It’s situated there now – Deck fitting in place, Head plumbing needed.
Engine is original Volvo MD17 series. Slight sheen on the water while running – no idea on engine hours. Hours gauge was not working when we bought it in 2002. We use a log book.
Saildrive 110s. Engine room could use new sound insulation and exhaust fan. We thought about an engine overhaul even though it runs fine – and never got there or replace the insulation and fan.
It actually never bothered us cruising the bay since it wasn’t that loud or hot! It was on our “cruising life” to do list.
Basic set if RayMarine, ST50’s and 60’s, with standard Wind, GPS, Depth, etc. No proprietary chart-plotter, there is a small industrial fan-less PC and screen used for that purpose. VHF Icom 502 w DSC.
Mast Height off the water is about 72’ (You’ll be going “outside” if you’re going south!)
Keel Depth with bulb is 6’ 9”.
Boom is new as of about 2007 (22’ long) – new in 2007.
The Boom Vang is a heavy duty Hall.
We stuck a Dometic AC unit in place for cruising life. Works fine. It’s clamped in so it can be removed easily or fitted more permanently.
Icebox is just that. Icebox. We had an engine drive system that the pump died on so we went to Ice – and dry Ice for offshore. It would accommodate a new system easy enough.
It’s smaller but enough for a crew of 12 racing to Bermuda.
Propane stove – nice – works fine. 2 Aluminum bottles.
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.