33' (10.26m) Cutter 30 - Reliant
Mystic 30 is a monohull sailboat designed by Peter Legnos and built by LBI between 1978 and 1982. A rare classic with a fiberglass hull and 6'3" of headroom in the cabin. There were only 24 of these ever built.
- Hollywood Florida United States
- Cutter 30
- Fiberglass Hull
Classic New England design that’s much more modern below the waterline. Reliant is a Mystic 30 cutter, designed and built in Connecticut by Legnos, a company known for its fiberglass work.
Reliant was recently single handed from Virginia down to Miami, she is equally at home clearing all the fixed bridges of the intercoastal waterway as she is making long runs on the outside.
Reliant features a fiberglass hull and a fin keel, her hull design will allow her to motor at 6kts on only 15hp worth of diesel power with 25 gallon of fuel on tap, under sail she preforms very well with her optimized yankee, staysail and main flying it will not take much wind for her to break 6 knots, and with fully tailing lewmar bronze wrenches, stackpack and furling yankee single handing is no issue, and with her 5’ fin keel she can sail into the wind with ease.
When the weather gets stronger, the reef marks in the yankee will be a good aid, as weather progresses furling the yankee and reefing the main will allow you to handle the weather with ease, and unlike many boats her size isn’t relying on a wheel driven auto pilot, Reliant has a keyed rudder shaft, stainless mount and a raymarine type 1 liner actuator for her below deck auto pilot, which will be running off a lithium battle born battery, Bluetooth Victron smart AC- DC charger, Victron solar controller and battery monitor included just waiting to be installed.
LOA: 33' 8" (10.26 Meters)
Type: Sail - Used
Beam: 10' 3"
Bridge Clearance: ' "
Draft Max: 5' "
Draft Min: ' "
Maximum Speed: Knots
Cruise Speed: Knots
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 25 Gallons (94.64 Liters)
Fresh Water: 35 Gallons (132.49 Liters)
Holding Tank: 35 Gallons (132.49 Liters)
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Mystic Cutter Walkthrough
You can board Reliant either port or starboard through life-line gates. She has side decks on either side to the front deck and an open cockpit with two storage lockers. Below deck is accessed by a companion way down four steps. Port and Starboard have a Settee large enough to sleep, with a large folding table in the middle.
To port is a galley with a two burners, sink, a drop down cutting board, and drawers for storage.
To starboard the companionway stairs open as a door to give you access to a private head and sink. There is also a large door for engine room access.
Forward of the saloon is the cabin with a large V berth, storage lockers, and a hatch.
- 35 Gal Water
- 35 Gal holding tank
- 25 Gal Diesel Tank
- Depth sounder
- Garmin plotter connected to a Raymarine autopilot
- Raymarine type 1 linear below deck auto pilot, Stainless mounting brackets
- Battleborn lithium battery
- Simrad radio with internal GPS and AIS IN and OUT
- Victron AC battery charger with bluetooth
- Victron Battery monitor with bluetooth (needs to be installed)
- Victron solar charger with blue tooth (needs to be installed)
- Vented propane tank hold
- Propane force cabin heater
- Dripless prop seal and new prop shaft and cutlass
- Repacked rudder shaft, with machined arm for auto pilot
- Emergency manual bilge pump and tiller system
- Track and car for main
- Stainless Ronca anchor
- Danforth secondary anchor
- New optimized yankee
- Vented and fully zipper closed main stack pack
- Club footed staysail
- USCG documented for commercial operations
- Bronze Lewmar self-tailing winches
- Full second set of UV tinted windows
- Interlux Micron CSC Antifouling Bottom Paint
- Shore Power 30 amp w/ cord
- Chelsea Boston ships clock
- Chelsea Boston ships Barometer
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.
- Engine Make: Yanmar
- Engine Model: 2 GM
- Engine Year:
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type:
- Power HP: 15.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
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Grant Stadler grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina but was always visiting his family in Myrtle Beach. At a very young age Grant fell in love with saltwater fishing and boating. His grandfather would always take him out on the boat and taught him everything he knew about fishing. That’s when he truly developed a love for the water. When he was around 14 years old he moved to Myrtle Beach. Any day he could he was on a boat, fishing, or surfing.Grant graduated from Coastal Carolina with a degree in business management and a concentration in entrepreneurship. He graduated Summa Cum Laude in his class. Business has always been something he has enjoyed, and has spent a lot of his own time studying it.
During college Grant worked for a company called Freedom Boat Club. It was his job to make sure all the boats were maintained correctly, full of gas, and that members knew how to handle the boat. Grant really enjoyed the job because he saw how much fun friends and family could have on the water. It was his job to ensure they had that fun. Once Grant finished college he wanted to find something similar to that. He decided to take a job with Curtis Stokes as a Yacht Broker and moved to Miami.
Grant can be reached at 704-589-9244 and Grant@CurtisStokes.net
Curtis Stokes & Associates
Curtis Stokes & Associates are headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The Fort Lauderdale office is run by president and yacht broker Curtis Stokes, a long time resident of Fort Lauderdale and a well known broker for many years in the South Florida area.
Fort Lauderdale is on the southeastern coast close to the Florida Keys, Bahamas and the Caribbean. Fort Lauderdale is known as a crossroads of yachting and is home to 165 miles of water ways and many marinas providing ample dockage for yachts. The Fort Lauderdale Boat Show every fall is the world’s largest attracting a world wide clientele.