The Gulf 32, built by Capital yachts in California, was designed by the notable naval architect, William Garden, known for his traditionally styled seagoing yachts. It features a long full keel with attached rudder, a 40 hp diesel engine, and a pilot house with an inside helm station in addition to the cockpit helm. At 16,000 lbs. displacement, the Gulf 32 is a solid yacht and has comfortable accommodations for six.
WINDWARD appears to be a fine example. She has had only three owners, has always been kept in New England waters, and has been sailed only during the summer season. She is equipped with an Autohelm 4000 autopilot with remote and a Force 10 CNG cabin heater. Her current owner has upgraded her thoughtfully, installing a LeisureFurl roller-reefing/furling mainsail system, and an electric anchor windlass. She is on land, bottom painted, ready for your inspection, and ready for launch.
For further information, please contact John L. Procter, CPYB:
Cell phone: 617-694-8455
Sleeps five. Double berth forward, enclosed head with vanity and shower next aft to starboard, hanging lockers and storage to port. Main cabin next aft with a settee to port and an L-shaped settee to starboard. Bulkhead-mounted dining table with leaf, shelves on bulkhead behind table. Up two steps to pilothouse. U-shaped galley to port, inside helm and nav station opposite to starboard. Force 10 CNG bulkhead-mounted cabin heater in main cabin. Cabin lights replaced with Alpenglow LED's (2011).
U-shaped galley features GSI stainless steel, three-burner, CNG stove with oven, double sink with hot and cold pressurized water, two foot pumps, and ice box.
12 volt DC and 110 volt AC dockside sytems. 12 volt system has two 12 volt marine batteries, battery selector switch, circuit breaker panel with voltmeter. 110 volt system has circuit breaker panel, solar panel on pilothouse, shore power cord.
Electronic sytems mounted at inside helm: Furuno 1700 radar, Standard Horizon depthsounder, West Marine 550 VHF radio, Uniden handheld VHF radio, Garmin 175 handheld GPS, Danforth Corsair II compass.
Electronic systems mounted in cockpit: Autohelm 4000 autopilot with wired remote control, GPS/plotter, Danforth compass.
Other electronics: 406 mhz. EPIRB, Uniden handheld VHF radio, Garmin 175 handheld GPS.
Full keel with attached rudder. Yacht Specialties pedestal steering system in cockpit with Lewmar collapsible stainless steel elkhide-covered wheel. Morse hydraulic steering in pilothouse. Double lifelines with boarding gates port, starboard, and at transom. Bow anchor roller. Recessed anchor locker in foredeck. Muir Cougar electric anchor windlass. Two small opening ports forward, four large sliding windows in pilot house. Two dorade vents fitted with solar vents. One overhead hatch in forward cabin. Stainless steel dinghy davits.
Sloop rigged. Deck-stepped aluminum mast. Sail inventory consists of an older genoa and a fully-battened mainsail (2004) fitted to a Forespar Leisure Furl Coastal roller-furling/reefing boom (2004). Hood roller-furling system for genoa. Forespar solid boom vang. Winch inventory includes two Lewmar #40 self-tailing genoa sheet winches, Anderson #28 stainless steel, self-tailing halyard winch on port pilot house served by two line-stoppers, Lewmar #7 mainsheet winch mounted on starboard pilot house, two Lewmar #7 mast-mounted halyard winches. Mainsheet traveler mounted on pilot house.
Fuel tank replaced in 2007
Transmission rebuilt in 2013.
Island Nautical dodger (white) 6 years old, Rocna anchor with chain and nylon rode, large Danforth-type back-up anchor with chain and rode, Whale manual bilge pump, Revere six person Coastal Commander life raft in valise (inspection expired), five docklines, four fenders, radar reflector, fenderboard, four PFD's, cutting board, Ram Tough laptop mount at pilot house helm station, two rod holders, outboard motor bracket, custom closed cell cockpit cushions, Lifesling.
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.