32' (9.75m) Attalia - Kokopelli
Kokopelli is a 1986 32' Jeanneau Attalia sloop in good condition. She offers a Z Spars aluminum single spreader mast and boom, Harken roller furler, Yanmar auxiliary, autopilot, centerboard, large comfortable salon layout and sleeping for six.
- Tilghman Island Maryland United States
- Fiberglass Hull
Kokopelli is a 1986 32' Jeanneau Attalia sloop in good condition. She offers a Z Spars aluminum single spreader mast and boom, Harken roller furler, Yanmar auxiliary, autopilot, centerboard, large comfortable salon layout and sleeping for six. Kokopelli is stored on the hard presently, but she is accessible anytime.
LOA: 32' " (9.75 Meters)
Type: Sail - Used
Beam: 10' 6"
Bridge Clearance: 43' 6"
Draft Max: 7' "
Draft Min: 3' 6"
Double Berths: 2
Maximum Speed: Knots
Cruise Speed: Knots
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 13.21 Gallons (50 Liters)
Fresh Water: 31.7 Gallons (120 Liters)
Holding Tank: 7.93 Gallons (30 Liters)
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32' Jeanneau Vessel Walkthrough
From the bimini covered cockpit, you step down the companionway into the salon and find the head starboard aft, nav station to starboard, benchseat/berth starboard forward, L-shaped benchseat/berth port forward, folding table centlerine, stateroom forward, galley to port and a stateroom aft. The auxiliary is accessible via removable cockpit stairs and from the aft stateroom.
32' Jeanneau Accommodations
Kokopelli offers a stateroom forward with a v-berth and insert and a stateroom aft with a double size berth. The head is starboard aft.
32' Jeanneau Salon
The salon offers a benchseat/berth with storage on each side, a centerline folding table, side windows, 3 overhead hatches, fan, teak & holly sole, reading light, Memorex LCD TV/DVD and storage.
32' Jeanneau Galley
The galley is located to port in the salon.
- Propane cooktop and oven (in storage)
- Stainless steel sink
- Filtered water faucet
- Storage cabinets
32' Jeanneau Dining
Dining space is available at the salon centerline folding table or the cockpit fold up table.
32' Jeanneau Forward Stateroom
The forward stateroom offers a v-berth with insert, shelves, hanging locker, fans, overhead hatch and 2 portlights.
32' Jeanneau Aft Stateroom
The aft stateroom offers a double size berth, hanging locker, 2 portlights and a fan.
32' Jeanneau Cockpit
The cockpit offers seating on both sides and aft with storage under the starboard seating, non-skid deck, fold-up table, cup holder, bimini and helm.
32' Jeanneau Audio/Visual Equipment
- Memorex LCD TV/DVD in the salon
- Masthead mounted TV antenna
32' Jeanneau Electronics
- Garmin GPSmap 540 chart plotter
- Raytheon ST4000+ Autopilot - with hand-held remote (remote not installed)
- Raytheon Log/Speedometer
- Raytheon Wind Speed/Direction
- Datamarine Corinthian II depth sounder
- Standard Horizon VHF with Masthead Antenna
- Masthead mounted Cell Phone Amplifier Antenna (Wilson Electronics, Dual Band, Variable Gain)
32' Jeanneau Electrical System
- ProMariner ProSport 12 battery charger
- 30 amp shore power cord
- 3 X 12 vdc outlets at the nav station
32' Jeanneau Engine/Mechanical Equipment
- Yanmar 2GM20F 18 HP auxiliary (Unknown hours)
- Groco sea strainer
- Pressurized fresh water system for the galley and head sinks
- Manual head
32' Jeanneau Deck Equipment
- Double stainless steel anchor roller
- Stainless steel rails fore and aft
- Double lifelines on stainless steel stanchions each side
- Non-skid deck
- Stainless steel swim ladder
32' Jeanneau Sails and Rigging
- North Sails-
- 2 Main Sails, 1 is in Good Condition, 1 is in Like New Condition
- 120% Roller Furler Genoa - Good Condition
- 150% Roller Furler Genoa - Good Condition
- Harken roller furler
- Z Spars single spreader aluminum mast and boom
- Lewmar 16 winch
- 2 X Lewmar 46 winches
32' Jeanneau Safety and Fire Protection
- Attwood bilge pump
- Fireboy-Xintex carbon monoxide detector
- Fire extinguisher
32' Jeanneau Upgraded Items
Raw water strainer
2 Heavy Duty Deep Cycle Batteries
Dripless Shaft Seal/Stuffing Box
Stainless Steel Shaft
Centerboard Line replaced
Anti-Fouling Paint to bottom (Spring)
Companionway Sliding Hatch Cover and Drop Panel (Smoked Plexiglass)
32' Jeanneau Exclusions
- Sellers' personal belongings
32' Jeanneau 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.
- Engine Make: Yanmar
- Engine Model: 2GM20F
- Engine Year:
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Direct
- Power HP: 18.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
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32' Jeanneau Sailboat for Sale
32' Jeanneau Kokopelli
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