A classic Bob Perry designed canoe-sterned cruiser, Always Lucky is a strong, well-maintained vessel that is suitable for long range cruising or casual daysailing. Always Lucky has undergone a major refit in 2003, including new engine, exhaust system, prop shaft, prop, fuel tank, electrical system, standing rigging, chainplates, lifelines, galley stove, refrigeration, watermaker, roller furling, canvas, cushions and more. The current owners have cruised Always Lucky from Los Angeles South along the Pacific Coast of Mexico, into the Sea of Cortez and North along the West coast of Baja California. DIMENSIONS: -Rig/Spars: Cutter -Year: 1979 -LOA: 34’ -LOD: 29’9” -Beam: 10’3” -Draft: 4’ 9” -Displacement: 12,500lbs VESSEL WALKTHROUGH Upon entering the boat, one is surrounded by the warm beauty of the rich teak interior, teak and holy cabin sole, and traditional oval bronze portlights. The U-shaped seagoing galley is to port. It has the two-burner propane stove, dual stainless sinks, manual and pressure water, spacious, well-insulated refrigerator and numerous drawers, lockers, and shelves. To starboard is the nav station with the electronic instruments, hinged chart table storage, shelves, and locker. The separate DC and AC breaker panels are also located here. A full-length quarter berth is immediately aft of the nav station. Passing through the signature curved keyhole bulkhead to the salon, you find the teak table with folding leaves, allowing for flexible seating arrangements. The settees port and starboard double as comfortable berths. A teak butterfly hatch above provides abundant light and ventilation. Moving forward, the enclosed head, with marble vanity, is to starboard, while a large locker with removable shelves is on the port side. The large, comfortable V-berth has convenient storage shelves port and starboard and drawers and lockers below. Opening the overhead hatch and the three surrounding portlights allows for a free flow of air. Topside, the wide side decks make it easy to move forward, while the custom-made high life lines, secure stanchions, small bulwark and long teak grab rail provide an extra measure of safety. The tiller tilts up, making for comfortable cockpit seating. PROPULSION -27HP Yanmar 3GM30F (new in 2003) Hours = 1540 -Dual Racor fuel filters -3 blade prop -Diripless shaft seal (rebuilt April, 2011) TANKS -Water: Two 20 gallons tanks, stainless steel -Fuel: 23 gals, Aluminum (new in 2003) -Holding: 8 gals, Fiberglass ELECTRICAL SYSTEM -110 volt system with numerous outlets, separate AC breaker panel -55 Watt Alternator with Balmar regulator -House batteries: Four T-105 Trojan deep cycle batteries -Start battery: Separate maintenance free -Two 75 watt Seimens solar panels -Newmar three-stage battery charger -Newmar battery monitor -Guest galvanic isolator STEERING -Tiller steering -Raymarine autopilot SAILS AND RIGGING -Mainsail -Yankee Jib on Profurl roller furling (new 2003) -Stays’l -Whisker pole GALLEY -Frigiboat keel cooled refrigeration (new in 2003) -Spacious, well-insulated refrigeration compartment (new in 2003) -Hillerange two-burner propane stove with oven (new in 2003) HEAD -Raritan head -Marble vanity top WATERMAKER -Spectra 150 Watermaker ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT -Furuno radar -Standard VHF radio (new 2012) -Garmin GPS/chartplotter -Apelco fish finder -Alpine AM/FM radio/ CD player SAFTEY -Rule 2000 bilge pump with float activation -Par electric bilge bump operated from electrical panel -Henderson Manual bulge pump GROUND TACKLE -10 KG Bruce anchor -25’ 3/8” chain -100’ (aprox) braided rode -Moritz manual windlass

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