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ARIES 32 is said to be the original name of a Thomas Gillmer design, first built of wood and then fiberglass.
Subsequent versions called ROUGHWATER 32/33, WEATHERLY 32, were built in TAIWAN.
SOUTHERN CROSS 31, also by Gillmer, appears to be similar.
This ARIES 32 was built by Alan E Drury of Toronto, Ont. in 1962. Hull in Alaskan white cedar over laminated oak frame. It has a 2005 5/8 Teak deck with mahogany cabin house. Douglas fir masts.
Yanmar 2GM20F 18HP diesel inboard engine.
2010 mainsail and 135% furling head sail in tan; older white Mizzensail
2018 Survey available upon request.
PRICE REDUCED TO FIND A GOOD HOME FOR THIS CLASSIC. STORED INSIDE AND EASY TO VIEW!!!
Alaskan white cedar over laminated oak frames;Oatmeal paint with black boot stripe:Full keel with epoxy cloth below the water line. Some areas recently professionally re-epox- ied; 5/8” teak deck; mahogany cabin top; large self-draining cockpit with laminated grate flooring
Forward V-berth, enclosed head manual toilet, main salon with settees, chart table, galley with sink and Cook-Mate 3100 2-burner non-pressurised alcohol cooker, Ice box; approx. 78 gallons of water capacity in two tanks, manual water pump at sink.
Yanmar 2GM20F fresh water cooled inboard diesel engine, 585 hours; 3 blade fixed prop, 15 gallon fuel tank.
One large Surrette house battery and one engine start battery; selector with and breaker panel; 2010 wiring; MotoMaster Eliminator Intelligent battery charger providing 2 amps; running and anchor lights.
Standard Horizon Quest + DSC GX1256S
Garmin ECHOmap 45 DV depth/ chart plotter
Newer Ritchie compass and Suunto hand held
10 kg Bruce on anchor roller; chain and rode;Simpson Lawrence oil-bath manual windlass
One (1) gusher and one (1) Rule 1100 electric bilge pump
Dock lines and fenders
Wooden 9’ 4” tender painted cream with black detailing and oars
|Fresh Water Tank||78 gal ()|
|Fuel Tank||15 gal ()|