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Sojourn
1985 | 29' Baba 30 Sailboat for Sale

1985 Baba

29' (9.07m) 30 - Sojourn

Sojourn has been meticulously maintained and cared for while also boasting a handful of updated features to ensure that cruising is a comfortable and enjoyable day on the water. This Baba 30 was designed for comfort, safety and maintaining a tasteful interior to fully enhance your time on board.


Vessel ID# 2794933      Last Updated: 2023-01-12 10:42:48

$ 59,500 USD

€ 54,836 Euros
€ 79,638 CAD

Description

At first glance the Baba 30 seems to be a small and traditional sailboat, but with a little time on board you'll soon realize that this full-keeled cutter has some serious and proven bluewater cruising capabilities. This particular boat has been meticulously maintained and cared for while also boasting a handful of updated features to ensure that cruising aboard Sojourn is a comfortable and enjoyable day on the water. Whether you're navigating at the helm or down below resting in the V-berth, this Baba 30 was designed for comfort, safety and maintaining a tasteful interior to fully enhance your time on board.


Data Sheet

LOA: 29' 9" (9.07 Meters)

Type: Sail - Used

Year: 1985

Beam: 10' 3"

Bridge Clearance: ' "

Draft Max: 4' 9"

Draft Min: ' "

Cabins:

Sleeps: 4

Single Berths: 3

Heads: 1

Maximum Speed: Knots

Cruise Speed: 6 Knots

Range NMI:

Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank: 35 Gallons (132.49 Liters)

Fresh Water: 40 Gallons (151.42 Liters)

Holding Tank: 12 Gallons (45.42 Liters)

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General

At first glance the Baba 30 seems to be a small and traditional sailboat, but with a little time on board you'll soon realize that this full-keeled cutter has some serious and proven bluewater cruising capabilities. This particular boat has been meticulously maintained and cared for while also boasting a handful of updated features to ensure that cruising aboard Sojourn is a comfortable and enjoyable day on the water. Whether you're navigating at the helm or down below resting in the V-berth, this Baba 30 was designed for comfort, safety and maintaining a tasteful interior to fully enhance your time on board.

Engine

The main engine on Sojourn is a Yanamr 3GM20F diesel engine which has been meticulously maintained and as a result is a reliable "turn-key" motor. While the official engine hours are unknown, the current owners estimate that they have accumulated around 400 hours since completing some significant upgrades and preventative maintenance on the system itself.

The boat offers a 3 blade feathering "featherstream" prop option as well which was recently greased with featherstream grease as well as adding a new prop zinc 

A full & current list of maintenance records regarding all systems of the boat is available upon request.

Interior

As you enter the cabin of Sojourn, the overall first impression is one of cleanliness and pride in caring for and maintaining such a beautiful boat. 

Immediately to port as you descend the cabin steps is the small but efficient galley. It offers a gimballed stove/oven, dual basin sink and a fair sized isotherm refridgeration system built into the countertop.There is an excess of storage above, below, and behind all of the main features of the galley which can allow for an enhanced cooking experience. 

Coming down the cabin stairs, directly to starboard you will notice a neat and essential plotting station. You can find access to a single VHF here, controls to the boat's stereo system, the full breaker system and storage as well as having a place large enough to plot a course on your chart. On the starboard aft bulkhead there is a larger "wet" hanging storage locker right next to the cabin steps. To starboard of the hanging locker and aft of the plotting station is the boats quarter berth as well.

In the center of the cabin you will find a small table with two hinged wings which allow it to more than double in size and accommodate the port and starboard settee's. The port settee is 6' long and actually extends in width while the starboard settee is a respectable 50". Above and below each settee offer multiple storage options on either side.

Starboard side and just forward of the starboard settee is the wet head. It's compact in size but offers everything needed for comfort and is in a pleasantly clean state.

All the way forward and spanning the beam of the boat, you can find the oversized and comfortable V Berth. There is a large storage locker to port just infront of the V-berth as well as matching storage areas on either side of the V berth mattress.

Throughout the entire interior you can find updated LED accent lighting, 12v fans and a number of portholes and hatches. The amount of natural light coming into the boat is refreshing and the ventilhation of the hatches allows to keep the boat at a nice cool temperature.

 

 

Deck

At first glance as you walk aboard Sojourn, you notice the abundance of teak which has been well maintained over the years as well as the air of pride in which the boat has been kept overall from its current owners. Every hatch and accessory on board is properly and neatly covered with custom matching canvass as well as a newer bimini and dodger.

The helm offers a comfortable and roomy space to navigate from as well as lounging on the custom matching seat cushions.

There is ample storage below the helm seating as well as the gas tank for the stove and oven in the galley.

The navigation station boasts newer updated chart-plotter/GPS (raymarine e-series HybridTouch) which is capable of linking with wifi enabled tablets or smartphones. 

Overall, the deck paint is in great condition and the teak shows very well. Obviously varnishing is a forever ongoing process but the current condition does not require too much work.

Additional info

With the purchase of this boat, a myriad of equipment will be included in the sale from the sellers. Below is a quick list of what's included

  • Yanmar fuel pump
  • Yanmar fresh water pump
  • intake pump Assortment of hoses
  • Assortment of bilge pump parts
  • Bosun chair
  • Racor filters - 7
  • Fuel filters - 6
  • Oil filters - 5
  • Air filters - 2
  • Impellers
  • Manual oil changer
  • Original teak and SS swim ladder 
  • Magma grill and grilling tools  
  • 5 gal diesel jug
  • adhesives
  • lubricants
  • polish
  • ditch bag with flares  
  • 3 orange life vests  
  • emergency tiller
  • 4' handle for windlass  
  • 150' line (1") + 50' chain in starboard anchor locker
  • 150' (5/8") line in port anchor locker
  • fortress anchor in v-berth locker

 

  Manuals: Yanmar engine manual          

E95 Raymarine chart plotter manual          

Navionics chip updated until Aug 2023           

Installation instructions/manuals for many systems (stove, fridge, radar, radio, etc.)  


Sails/Rigging

Overall, the riggings and lines on the boat show to be in fair to good condition like nearly every other feature on board Sojourn.

She offers 5 sail options: a 130% genoa, spinnaker, a new yankee sail, a refurbished mainsail and staysail. All options are said to be in fair to good condition as well.

Disclaimer

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.

ENGINES

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  • Engine Make: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 3GM20F
  • Engine Year:
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type:
  • Power HP: 20.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours:

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For more information about this yacht please contact Curtis Stokes and Associates, Inc.
We look forward to working with you!

Want more information about this yacht?

Tristan Weiser

Tristan Weiser

Delaware City, Delaware
Direct: 1-609-420-0469
Toll Free: 1-855-266-5676
Office: 1-410-919-4900
Email: tristan@curtisstokes.net

Tristan Weiser is based in our Delaware City, DE office focused on Delaware & Southern New Jersey area yacht and boat sales. He was born & raised in South Jersey where his life has always been centered around the water. Being brought up near Cape May, New Jersey, he spent most of his free time and nearly all of his summers fishing the back bays and inter-coastal waterways with his best friend/Grandfather who was an avid fisherman and boater all his life. From a young age he was determined to make a living from his passion towards the ocean.While Tristan’s back-bay fishing trips gradually turned into 100 mile offshore canyon runs, his passion for a life on the water never changed. At 18 he moved to Fort Lauderdale for college where he gained a bachelors degree in Marine Biology and a minor in business/leadership from Nova Southeastern University in 2018 where he also gained a new perspective on his love for the ocean and boating.

He quickly took up freediving and spearfishing which stoked his passion even more and eventually landed a job as a deckhand on a 45 meter yacht in North Miami. In his 4 years in South Florida, he also worked as a subcontractor on a Department of Defense training vessel out of Port Everglades doing a multitude of training operations, as well as a researcher out of the Guy Harvey Institute of Oceanography where he did a lot of field work and focused primarily on local shark species’. Even with his new jobs, he never got on a boat without either a fishing rod or his dive mask.

Tristan currently holds his USCG 100 ton masters license. Outside of his work, he is an avid outdoorsman and surfer, often traveling to obscure islands or beaches around the world searching for bigger waves with fewer people.

His passion for the ocean has never dimmed and he feels most at home on or in the water. Tristan loves to share that passion and enthusiasm with his clients and his easygoing nature allows for a fun and enjoyable experience.

He can be reached at tristan@curtisstokes.net or 609-420-0469.

Curtis Stokes & Associates

Curtis Stokes & Associates

Delaware City, Delaware
Phone: 1-410-919-4900
Toll Free: 1-855-266-5676
Fax: 1-954-807-1445
Email: info@curtisstokes.net
Website: https://www.curtisstokes.net



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