Corsair is an excellent example of a one-owner 43 Serendipity Sloop 1980, designed by Doug Peterson and built in California. She was designed as an offshore Bluewater Racer/Cruiser and this Grand Prix flush-deck deep-draft model proved to be very competitive for the Admiral's Cup, SORC, TransPac, and Big Boat Series in her day, but remains very competitive today in most regional and club regattas. Corsair spent most of her life cruising and racing in and around San Francisco, and sailed to St. Petersburg in 2014 where she awaits her next owner. Her current slip at the highly desirable, Downtown, deep-water St. Petersburg Municipal Marina on Tampa Bay is transferable to the new owner; where there is normally a two year plus waiting list. Sail Inventory totals 14 Sails and includes a full set of competitive racing sails as well as delivery/cruising sails, as well as a conventional aluminum spinnaker pole and a Forespar Carbon Fiber pole for racing. Repowered in 1999 with a Nanni/Mercedes 40hp Diesel engine with only 600 hours, a 105 Amp Alternator, and a feathering MaxProp, she has plenty of power when needed. The tapered triple spreader mast & boom are Awlgripped to to match the hull and all rigging has has been constantly inspected and upgraded as necessary including the Navtec Hydraulic back-stay system. The Flush-Deck, "T"-shaped split cockpit layout is all business with deck hardware positioned for infinite tweaks when every second per mile makes a difference. For Cruising, all lines led aft to the cockpit make short-handed sailing a breeze, too. Please note that some of the interior photos depict the interior in near "Racing-Mode," and do not show the full set of Seven (7) nice clean and like-new high-quality fabric berth and settee cushions that have been stored in a clean and dry storage facility. In addition to the V-Berth Cushions (shown empty), there are two 7' Settee Berths and 2 Pilot Berths, in the Salon, and Aft is a Single Settee Berth and a Double Berth to Port. The functional Galley has all you need to prepare meals for your crew, and the Head with electric toilet, vanity, sink, and large separate shower stall are generous size and very functional for cruising. Electronics include two 2018 B&G Displays in the cockpit and the Owner was in the process of selecting additional new electronics when his plans suddenly changed and this yacht is priced so the new owner can buy and install his/her favorite brand and models to complete the electronics suite instead. So whether you are looking for a competitive Racing boat or a proven high-performance bluewater-capable Cruiser, you won't be disappointed upon inspection because Corsair is an excellent value and priced to sell immediately. Call today to schedule a personal inspection.
Lee Messina is a Certified Professional Yacht Broker, (CPYB), licensed and bonded in Florida since 2004; and one of only 150 CPYB brokers in Florida, and only one of approximately 500 in North America. A boater since childhood in CT, Lee has had a diverse and successful career as a Manager and Principal in Education, Marketing, Advertising, Public Relations, and the Marine Industry. Lee's experience "messing about boats"for all his life, racing and cruising a variety of racer/cruiser sailboats in major bluewater regattas, as well as his experience big game fishing offshore on his family's sportfish yachts has given him the skills and knowledge to help a wide range of Buyers select their next yacht, and help Sellers to prepare their yachts for sale at maximum value. You will be well-served by his commitment to professionalism and ethics; as well as his philosophy of practicing "win-win" negotiations on behalf of each of his clients. Additionally, Lee has built a lifetime of loyal and satisfied clients by developing personal relationships that last far beyond the closing of each yacht sale. Satisfied clients lead to referrals and Lee's inventory of yacht listings and buyer's he represents as their Buyer's Broker are a testament to his practice of always doing what it is best for each of his clients.
Please contact Lee Messina, CPYB (941-350-9020) at (941) 350-9020
Meer specificaties, uitrusting en informatie:
Naam van boot
Ontwerper: Doug Peterson
Vlag: United States
Kiel: Andere kiel
Romp type: waterverplaatsing
Lengte over alles: 42 ft 6 in
Breedte: 13 ft 0 in
Lengte over water: 34 ft 5 in
Maximum diepgang: 7 ft 4 in
Waterverplaatsing: 17800 lbs
Drooj Gewicht: 17800 lbs
Merk motor: Nanni/Mercedes
Type motor: 4 Cylinder 180
Type motor: Binnenboord
Type aandrijving: Directe aandrijving
Aantal watertanks: (40 Gallons)
Aantal brandstoftanks: (40 Gallons)
Aantal enkele bedden: 7
Aantal toiletten: 1
Aantal zitplaatsen: 9
Accommodations Enter the Salon of this 43 Serendipity Doug Peterson Racer/Cruiser 1980 via the Companionway forward and center in the T-Shaped Cockpit & down 4 steps. Varnished teak cabinetry and accent teak paneling provide a warm contrast and yacht finish appearance to the light painted interior hull, ceiling, and some bulkheads; providing a bright interior via light and ventilation from the heavy-duty Bomar deck hatches. Flooring is a light-weight composite material with numerous cut-out access panels to the bilges. The functional Galley is to port and opposite is the forward-facing Nav table. The wide and spacious Salon has 7ft. Settee berths on each side, with equal-size Pilot Berths above and outboard with storage behind each settee backrest. Like-new marine-grade blue fabric cushions are not all shown in the photos, but have rarely been onboard and show little wear. The updated 40 HP Nanni/Mercedes diesel engine is located under and behind the Companionway stairs and is easily accessible for quick routine inspection and for all other servicing. Aft of the Nav Station and under the Cockpit is a single berth as well as a double berth on the port side along with shelves above and storage areas below the berths. Although there is no door separating this area from the Salon, the double-berth is tucked behind the Galley and engine compartment solid bulkheads. Moving forward of the Salon, to port is the private Head with electric toilet, vanity, sink and storage below and outboard. Further forward to port is a shower stall, which also has brackets for storage underway for a teak boarding ladder, (shown in one photo). Opposite the Head is a Hanging Locker and forward is a Hanging Rope locker. All the way forward is the easily Convertible Sail Locker/V-Berth/Forepeak with Cushions and framing (currently dry-stored).
Galley The Galley is conveniently located to port of the companionway stairs and is compact yet fully-equipped. The Galley features:
2-Burner SS CNG Stove
H/C Pressure Water
Formica Counters with Teak Cabinetry storage below and outboard.
Sails & Rigging This 1980 Doug Peterson Serendipity 43 Racer/Cruiser is designed for performance Bluewater sailing and the Spars & Rigging include:
Triple-Spreader Tapered Aluminum Mast, Awlgripped Blue
Custom internal mounts for babystay and running backstays
Internal electrical conduits
Spinnaker Pole track with internal butt lift system and car
Adjustable mast step
Navigation & foredeck lights
Cruising Forespar Aluminum Spinnaker Pole
Racing Forespar Carbon Fiber Spinnaker Pole
Full set of Racing Sails (older but competitive)
Full set of Cruising/Delivery Sails (serviceable)
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.