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Included Equipment List
Last Updated: November 25, 2017


Boat Name: Soggy Paws

Builder: Caribbean Sailing Yachts (CSY), Tampa, FL
1980 CSY 44 Walk Through cutter with a tall rig and shoal draft.
Hull# TXY44W351280
U.S. Documented Vessel

Dimensions
LOA: 44 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 3 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 4 in
Displacement: 40,000 lbs

Engines (1)
Engine Brand: Perkins
Year Built: 1980
Engine Model: 4-154
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 7000 after rebuild (Amsoil bypass synthetic oil filtration system)
Drive Type: Direct Drive (Borg-Warne Velvet Drive Transmission)

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: 4 fiberglass (165 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 2 aluminum (125 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 flexible

Accommodations
Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2

Mechanical

  • Powered by single Perkins freshwater cooled 4-154 4-cylinder 62 hp diesel
    Many spare parts provided (ask for list)

  • New Aquamet 19 prop shaft 2005

  • 3-blade Johnson Sailprop 24x15 propeller (spare identical prop provided, both reconditioned 2007 by professional prop shop)

  • Propeller guard and line cutter on shaft

  • Edson mechanical steering, new cables 2007

  • 150 amp Powerline alternator

  • Dual Racor primary fuel filters

  • Many hand, electric, and specialized tools

Sails and Rigging

(All sails made of Challenge Marblehead premium high tenacity high modulus polyester cloth)

  • Kenyon Mast and boom

  • Roller furling genoa, 120% 720sqft, 9.77 oz cloth, with sunbrella cover

  • Full batten main with 3 reef points, 430 sqft, rigged for single handed sailing

  • Roller furling staysail 230 sqft, 10.77 oz cloth, with sunbrella cover

  • External chainplates made of 316L SS, thick

  • Heavy-duty stainless steel safety bars at mast

  • 6 Cockpit Winches (4 Lewmar, 2 Barient)

  • 3 Mast Winches

  • 2 Spinnaker Poles

Electric, electronic

  • Batteries: 4 6-volt house bank, Rolls Surrette CH375, 750ah total, 2007

  • Start battery new 2013

  • Xantrex Freedom 20 Inverter/Charger with Link 2000 battery monitor

  • Second (backup) charger - Progressive Dynamics PD70

  • Second (backup) 400 watt inverter - for charging computers, and hand-held devices

  • Shore power: 110v AC 30-amp, one 50-foot cord, rotary Inverter/Shore selector switch

  • 2x175w Solar World, 4x50 w Solar World and 2x55w Siemens solar panels, all in series/parallel for 24 volts to Outback 60A MPPT solar controller/charger

  • CPT Autopilot, with spares

  • Garmin GPSMap 76 with area charts installed

  • Computer-based charting with external monitor & world charts

  • Furuno 1622 16 nm radar with swivel arm, viewable in main cabin or cockpit

  • VHF: West Marine VHF 500 (nav station), with antenna at mast head

  • VHF: Raymarine (helm station), with antenna on arch

  • Clipper Wind Instrument with spare components

  • Vertex VX-1700 HF radio with automatic tuner, insulated backstay antenna and Dynaplate sea water ground plane (tx/rx on both Ham and Marine freqs)

  • AM-FM cassette and CD player, w/Ipod input

  • LED lighting throughout vessel, including anchor and tri lights 2013

  • Lightning ground system with mast tied to a seawater lightning ground bar on the hull.

Interior systems

  • 11 cuft upright refrigerator - 12vDC Frigoboat Keel Cooler - R20 Insulation

  • 3 cuft top-loading freezer - 12vDC Frigoboat Keel Cooler - R22 Insulation

  • Force 10 3-burner stove/oven, 2 x 20 lb aluminum propane tanks

  • Pressure fresh water to both heads, galley and aft shower with both electric pump and foot pump

  • Fresh water PVC manifold to control which fresh water tank is in use

  • Microwave oven

  • 220v window air conditioner mounted in companionway

  • 12v Hella fans in all cabins

Anchor and deck gear

  • Custom Stainless Steel dual bow roller

  • Custom Stainless Steel Bow Pulpit

  • Lofrans 1200 Tigress windlass at bow

  • 45-lb CQR primary anchor on 200" of 3/8 G4/HT chain

  • 33-lb Bruce type secondary anchor with 50 3/8 HT chain and 225' of nylon line

  • 35-lb Danforth High Tensile stern anchor

  • Custom Hard Dodger with removable or roll-up windows and cockpit enclosure

  • New Radar arch and davits 2013

  • Aft swim platform and boarding ladder with fresh water hose

  • Large number of new spare polyester halyards, sheets and other running rigging lines

Plumbing

  • 2 Raritan PH2 marine commodes with many spare parts

  • Full separate shower compartment forward plus shower in aft head and at stern

  • Four fiberglass water tanks with 165 total gallons capacity equipped with PVC tank valve manifold

  • Bronze Apollo and Groco quarter turn ball valve seacocks throughout

  • Automatic pressure fresh water system with filters at deck fills and before fresh water pressure pump.

  • Freshwater foot-pump in galley for backup pressure system

  • Salt water tap with foot-pump in galley

  • Separate drinking water filtration system in galley

  • Macerator in galley sink to control sink drainage no matter what tack you are on.

Hull

  • Full Painstaking Blister Job in 2009 (Hempel Barrier Coat System, 40 mils thickness)--No blisters since

Ventilation and safety

  • Boat was designed for tropical cruising

  • 7 large opening hatches including companionway

  • Screens and security bars for hatches

  • 12 opening ports with mosquito screens

  • 4 large windows protected with Lexan polycarbonate (with sun covers)

  • 6 person Revere Offshore liferaft in vacuum bag, valise and hard shell mounted in rear of cockpit.

  • Paine Wessex flares

  • Harnesses and life jackets

  • FE 41 Halon equivalent auto engine room fire extinguisher system, plus additional fire extinguishers on boat

  • Man overboard ring

Tender

  • New 2015 9.5 ft Apus Hypalon Dinghy

  • 5 HP Yanmar Outboard Engine

  • External gas tank for outboard

Miscellaneous Equipment

  • Set of fenders and docklines

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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