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|Offered By||Wagner Stevens Yachts|
Gwynfa, a Gozzard 37A model layout, is being sold by her original owner. This solidly built and beautifully crafted yacht was designed for a liveaboard cruising lifestyle. She has cruised Maine, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland. Gwynfa is fully equipped for both offshore and coastwise sailing and can handle all kinds of weather conditions.
Beautiful hull lines and satin varnished interior cherry joinery help set this yacht apart from the ordinary production boat. Inventive features include the inviting, wide-open interior, with three use options for the forward space. This space can convert from a salon to a bedroom to a dining area.
The unique transom looks traditional but folds down, revealing a walkthru with a stainless steel boarding ladder that makes dinghy access simple.
Gwynfa is a head-turner wherever she is seen. From stem to stern, her many special touches reflect the design wizardry of the master architect Ted Gozzard.
- Fuel: 70 gal. aluminum (55 in main and 15 in the reserve tank)
- Water: 121 gal. fiberglass (51 stbd. bow and 70 stbd. aft plus 11 in hot water heater). The water tanks are constructed using vinyl ester and lined with an FDA approved epoxy barrier
- Waste: 26 gal. fiberglass
The Gozzard 37 interior layout has become legendary for its innovative open-concept design and for the beautiful cherry finish.
Gwynfa's has the 37A model layout as described below.
Starting forward is the main cabin/salon that easily converts from:
- a comfortable settee area with a coffee table
- to a large centerline double berth
- to a large dining table that seats six persons.
Behind the settee backs are storage for the large dining table on the starboard side and eight bottles of wine or spirits on the port side. Outboard of the settees are cantilevered bookshelves both port and starboard. There is more storage aft of the settees on both port and starboard. And the bilge is easily accessed under the coffee table.
Aft on the starboard side of the salon is a Force 10 propane cabin heater with a decorative tile heat reflector custom-designed for Gwynfa by Ted Gozzard.
The midship bulkhead is hinged to easily convert the forward salon into a private stateroom.
Next aft to port is the forward-facing navigation station. Aft of it is the refrigeration/freezer cabinet.
On the starboard side are the two-place dinette and L-shaped galley, both with ample storage spaces.
Aft on the port side is the head with a separate shower stall, a recessed sink, and a large mirror. A multicolor cultured marble countertop blends beautifully with a cherrywood vanity. Cabinets and four drawers provide storage for towels, toiletries, and first aid supplies.
Aft on the starboard side is a king-size berth that can also serve as a storage area.
- Two 24" x 24" hatches
- Two 8" x 14" hatches
- Six 7" x 14" opening ports
- Four 5" x 12" opening ports
- Two teak dorade boxes with 4" cowl vents
- Three 3" Nicro solar ventilating fans
- Three 12v electric fans
- Courtesy lights at the head and foot of the companionway
- Five cabin lights with LED bulbs (2020)
- Built-in screens for all ports, hatches, and companionway entry
- Fireboy fume detector in the main salon
- Curtains for portlights
- Ultra leather upholstery
- 12v Nova Kool air-cooled refrigeration
with approx. 5 cu. ft refrigerator and 2 cu.ft freezer
- Grunert BD50 compressor (2019)
- Force 10 stainless steel two-burner gimballed propane stove with oven, broiler, and thermostat
- Hot and cold pressure water
- Hand pump for fresh or saltwater
- Large, deep polished stainless steel sink
- Corian countertops
- Panasonic 700 watt microwave oven (shore power only)
- Plentiful storage for galley necessities
- Two propane tanks in the forward lazarette
- Xintex propane detector
- Unique custom dish locker
- Decks with molded sand type non-skid on all exterior walking surfaces
- Double lifelines with gates port and starboard
- 28' of safety netting for use with lifelines
- Stainless steel handrails positioned near side decks on the coach roof
- Six bronze chock/cleats capable of handling two 3/4" lines each
- Bowsprit with anchor rollers for two anchors
- 44 lb Spade anchor with 130' chain (2022)
- 35 lb CQR anchor with 10' chain and 120' rode
- Washdown for anchors and chain
- Anchor locker in foredeck lazarette with thru-hull drains on port and starboard sides
- Hard glass dodger, Sunbrella dodger, and Sunbrella bimini with connector
- Four cockpit lockers with custom cutouts under the lids for winch handles, flashlight, emergency tiller, and bilge pump handle
- Nova dinghy davits incorporated in the stern rail, rated at 300 lbs and with 4:1 lifting tackle with snap shackles and Harken jam cleats
- 8' 6" West Marine inflatable model PRU3 (2017)
- Nissan 4 hp outboard
- 12-volt handheld ACR distress SOS searchlight
- Lifesling overboard rescue system
- Throwable life ring with floating line
- Portable air horns
- Cockpit table with two drop-down leaves, with ample storage inside
- Lewmar Concept 1 electric windlass with remote switch at the helm
- Traditional teak wheel
- Teak cockpit sole (vacuum bagged - not screwed)
- Walkthru transom incorporating built-in boarding ladder and stainless steel swim ladder
- Cockpit shower with hot and cold pressure water at the transom
- Spring-loaded door in the transom making a large cockpit drain
- Closed-cell cockpit cushions and six throwable flotation cushions
- Two Sospenders inflatable life vests
- Two safety tethers
- Two elastic tethers
- Built-in cockpit attachments for safety tethers
- Bosun's chair
- Para-Tech sea anchor
- Para-Tech Delta drogue
- Fenders and dock lines
- Ritchie SP5C compass
- Raymarine RL72/74 chartplotter and radar
- Raymarine GPS antenna/receiver
- Radar and GPS at helm and nav. station
- Raymarine ST60 Tri-Data at helm and nav. station
- Raymarine ST60 wind
- ST6000+ autopilot control unit
- Raymarine autopilot course computer
- Ray 100 and Cobra Marine VHF radios
- Hawkeye Digital Sonar H22PX handheld depth sounder
- Standard Horizon GX2000B VHF, Matrix, with hailer
- Twin backstay radar reflectors
- Remote anchor windlass control
- Pioneer stereo/CD player at the nav. station
- Two Rolls 5280 12v wet cell house batteries (2019)
- Easy access to house batteries, located under the dinette seat
- Lifeline 3100T 12v engine start battery (2019)
- 30 amp 110v shore power inlet
- Two 50' 30 amp cords
- Bass AC/DC Master electrical panel at nav. station
- Heart 15 inverter/charger (1500 watt inverter and 75 amp charger)
- Powerline 12v outlets at helm and nav. station
- 110v outlets throughout
- Isolator switch allows backup access to the engine battery for emergency use
- Marine-grade tinned copper wiring
- Running lights, masthead light, anchor light, foredeck light, and tricolor/strobe
- For lightning protection, all shrouds, mast, compression post, and lifeline stanchions are grounded with tin copper plate to keel and Dynaplate
- Westerbeke W63B 4 cylinder, fresh water-cooled, naturally aspirated, marine diesel with 2,640 hours
- Kobelt single-lever throttle/shifter
- Hurths transmission with 2.7:1 reduction gear
- 70 amp alternator
- Vetus Bull-Flex drive coupling to reduce engine noise & vibration
- PSS No Drip shaft seal
- Racor 500 water/fuel separator primary filter
- Engine easily accessed from main cabin and aft stateroom
- Fuel manifold
- Fuel tank gauges at steering console
- Tank tender water tank gauges at nav. station
- Variable speed freshwater pump (2019)
- Whale 2000 hard plastic water plumbing - color-coded for hot and cold
- 11 gal. water heater (AC and engine)
- Raritan PH II marine toilet
- Waste tank with deck pump-out fitting or overboard with a macerator pump
- A Raritan fluid monitor adjacent to the macerator
- Rule 1100 GPH automatic electric bilge pump
- 12 V shower sump pump for shower and refrigerator drains
- Whale Gusher 10 manual bilge pump in cockpit
- propane cabin heater with extra propane tank with solenoid and sensor
- Traditional cutter rig
- Self-tending staysail on curved athwartship traveler forward of the mainmast
- Rigid boom vang
- Deck-stepped mast with fiberglass compression post
- Double spreader rig
- Schaefer furlers for genoa and staysail
- 1x19 stainless steel standing rigging
- Lewmar 30 Chrome ST mainsheet winch
- Lewmar 48 Chrome ST primary winches
- All control lines led aft to the cockpit
- Easylock Mini Powerlock clutches
- North fully battened mainsail with lazy jacks
- North staysail
- North genoa (topsail)
- Sobstad DRS (drifter - reacher- spinnaker)
- Rig tuning gauge
- Total sail area 1028 sq ft Main 330 sq. ft.
- Topsail 514 sq. ft.
- Staysail 227 sq. ft.
- Sail area with 100% fore-triangle 818 sq. ft.
The hull is constructed with knitted double bias E-glass RM (0-90) and XM (45-45) cloth and cored with 1/2" SPS Corecell foam using both vacuum bagging and hand-laid techniques. The core is eliminated and replaced with solid glass laminate in high load areas including the sheer line, centerline, keel, rudder post, and thru-hulls. External lead ballast is joined to the entire length of the keel bottom.
The decks were designed for ease of use. They feature wide low-cambered side decks and bulwarks for sure footing in heeling conditions. The deck mold is FRP sandwich construction with 1/2" and 3/4" SPS Corecell with extra solid fiberglass laminate in high load areas.
The hull deck joint is bedded in 3M 5200 and bolted on 6" centers with 5/16" machine bolts with aircraft-type nuts.
There are full-length FRP rub rails installed approximately 18" below the cap rail.
The rudder shaft is 1 1/2" diameter 316 stainless steel. The rudder is constructed with a stainless web that is welded to the shaft. It is heavily glassed to one of the two 1/4" fiberglass skin halves. The foils are then cored and assembled together. The cosmetic joint between the two skins is glassed over and faired. To prevent water intrusion 3M 5200 is used where the rudder shaft exits the rudder. The entire rudder was coated with Interprotect 3000 barrier coat. An emergency tiller is stored in a custom cutout under one of the cockpit locker lids.
The skeg is built much like the rudder except considerably heavier. A stainless steel bolt spider is permanently bolted with epoxy to the hull.
All main or structural bulkheads are constructed with cored fiberglass laminates that are strong and rot-resistant. The main bulkhead has a cherry veneer face. The bulkheads are initially glassed to the hull and subsequently to the deck. The interior has a closed-grid structure that combines stringers and floor assemblies. Whenever possible, all wooden structures are glassed to the hull or deck to minimize unsupported panel size.
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 their agents, or surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
|Drive Type||Direct Drive|
|Propeller Type||3 Blade|
|Length on Deck||37ft|
|Max Bridge Clearance||53.5ft|
|Length at Waterline||31.5ft|
|Fresh Water Tank|