37' (11.35m) Sloop - PEACEMAKER
PACEMAKER is a classic 1980 Tartan masthead sloop, in above average condition. She has been maintained plus several upgrades including AC. Built to sail fast and in comfort, wide side decks and comfortable cockpit and the interior is extremely livable. The centerboard allows coastal or bay sailing.
- Norfolk Virginia United States
- Fiberglass Hull
PEACEMAKER is a well maintained classic1980 swing keel Tartan 37 Sloop Rig in "above average" condition. An April 2023 condition and valuation survey is available. She has been well maintained plus several upgrades including AC/Heat (shore power). Built to sail fast and in comfort, wide side decks and comfortable cockpit and the interior is extremely livable. The centerboard allows the boat to point well when down and gunkhole when up. A list of improvements and maintenance is provided below.
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LOA: 37' 3" (11.35 Meters)
Type: Sail - Used
Beam: 11' 7"
Bridge Clearance: 53' "
Draft Max: 7' 9"
Draft Min: 4' 1"
Single Berths: 1
Maximum Speed: Knots
Cruise Speed: Knots
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 53 Gallons (200.63 Liters)
Fresh Water: 90 Gallons (340.69 Liters)
Holding Tank: 20 Gallons (75.71 Liters)
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MAINTENANCE AND UPGRADES SINCE 2019:
- Bottom painted (2023) Atlantic Yacht Basin Chesapeake VA
- Shaft, strut replaced (2023) Atlantic Yacht Basin Chesapeake VA
- Folding Prop reworked (2023) Atlantic Yacht Basin Chesapeake VA
- Engine cooling system serviced flushed and new hoses (2023) Atlantic Yacht Basin Chesapeake VA
- Note: center board would not drop- Atlantic Yacht was to fix at haul out they forgot – believe barnacle is binding
o Maintenance performed by Foster’s Mobile Marine. Barnacle buster, new raw water tubing, and new mixing elbow with SS316 fittings.
- Reconditioned mainsail and genoa (2022)
o Used sails purchased from Bacon Sails. Both in “Good+” condition. Reinforced and altered locally by Sail Lofts in Oriental before installation.
- 3X new house batteries + new battery for windlass (2022)
o New marine lead acid batteries for house and windlass. 3x 8D batteries for house and 1x battery for windlass. Updated battery connections, bus bars, and added a 12V low-voltage cutoff switch.
- New spreaders (2022)
o Spreaders purchased from Rig Rite and installed by Rouse’s Rigging. Standing rigging tuned. New spare genoa halyard.
- New masthead light (2022)
o Installed by Rouse’s Rigging.
- New raw water strainer and tubing (2022)
o Grocco bronze raw water strainer.
- Mainsail stack pack (2022)
o Ordered from Lee sail covers. UV resistant PTFE thread.
- Replaced lenses on Beckson ports (2022)
o 5 new port lenses in the main saloon and galley.
- New DC Refrigeration (2021)
o Isotherm Compact 2301 Refrigeration kit. Efficient Danfross BD35 compressor and wrap around evaporator. Improved insulation on lid and freezer area.
- 9000BTU Marine AC with reverse cycle heat, (2021)
o Mermaid M9, 9000BTU AC with reverse cycle heat and thermostat. New march raw water pump.
- Raritan marine head, electric and/or manual, raw water or fresh water (2021)
o Raritan Ph Powerflush Electric/Manual Toilet – Marine Size – 12v. Plumbed with manual selection between raw water and fresh water, along with an electric solenoid for fresh water. Replaced black water tubing.
- LED lights, DC TV, and USB outlets (2021)
o All interior cabin lights and masthead lights replaced with LEDs. Installed USB/DC outlets throughout cabin and waterproof outlet in cockpit. New DC powered TV on locking swivel mount.
- Diesel Universal M50 rear main oil seal and damper plate replaced (2020)
o Service performed by Specialized Mechanical Services in Wilmington, NC.
- New water pump and drinking water filter (2020)
o Jabsco water pump and freshwater in-line Hydroviv carbon drinking filter with pre-filter.
- All new upholstery and cushions throughout (2020)
o Yellow Sunbrella cushions in the main cabin. Carolina blue cushions in V-berth and double quarter berth. All removeable and washable.
- Rudder pintle-plate replaced (2020)
o Rudder pintle plate ordered from Tartan Marine. Installed by Cape Fear Boat Works in Leland, NC.
- Bimini (2020)
- Repowered with Universal M50 diesel and transmission (2008)
o Universal M50, 4 cylinder, 44hp @3000RPM with deluxe panel.
o REFRIGERATION: Isotherm DC Refrigeration Unit (new 2021)
o STOVE: Force 10, 3-burner, propane
o WATER SYSTEM: All rebuilt with filtered fresh water and raw water galley pump. (new 2020)
Navigation and Electronics
o DEPTH SOUNDER:
o AUTOPILOT: Raymarine SmartPilot X
o GPS: Raymarine E80
o PLOTTER: Raymarine E80
o HOUSE BANK: 3x 8D batteries + 1 8D for windlass (new in 2022)
o AC VOLTAGES: 110 V
o DC VOLTAGES: 12 V
o BATTERY SWITCH: yes with low voltage shutoff switch (new in 2022)
o INVERTOR: Xantrex prowatt 2000 pure sine wave
o SOLAR CONTROLLER: yes, Renology Wanderer
o LIGHTS: Converted to LEDs
o BILGE PUMPS: Rule 500 automatic bilge pump, electric backup and emergency hand pump
o RAW WATER SEA STRAINER: Yes (new 2022)
o PROPELLER: feathering 2-blade propellor. (re-bronzed in 2020) Reworked greased 2023
o FUEL SHUT OFF: Manual
o STEERING: Edson
o HEAD TYPE: Raritan marine head, electric and/or manual, raw water or fresh water (new 2021)
Deck and hull
o ANCHOR: Oversized with 300' of 5/16" chain
o ANCHOR 2: Fortress with 150' rode
o WINDLASS: Anchorlift Mako 1500
o RAILS: Teak
o BOW PULPIT: Stainless
o BOW ROLLERS:
o NAV LIGHTS:
o LIFELINES: Stainless
o DECK MATERIAL: Fiberglass, balsa core
o HULL MATERIAL: Solid fiberglass
Sails and rigging
o MAINSAIL: Reconditioned from Bacon sails (2022)
o GENOA: 135 Headsail, reconditioned from Bacon sails (2022)
o STORM JIB:
o ROLLER FURL: Furlex
o WINCHES: 4 self-tailing, another on the mast
o BOOM VANG:
o WHISKER POLE:
o OTHER: All lines run aft to the cockpit, outer and inboard travelers. good condition
o MAINSAIL Stack Pack
o HATCHES 2
o Window BUG SCREENS
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: Universal
- Engine Model: M50
- Engine Year: 2008
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Direct
- Power HP: 41.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 1306.00
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Lin Earley was born and raised in Chesapeake, Virginia. At age 12 while fishing the tidal waters of Elizabeth River in a 14 ft. skiff, he fell in love with boating. A graduate of Virginia Tech, Lin’s first career was in finance and banking. His last position was regional president for Bank of America in the Hampton Roads Virginia market. Upon retirement from banking Lin managed a public, Venture Capital Company.Purchasing or selling a yacht is a major investment / financial decision and Lin’s years of financial experience and negotiation skills are a natural for professional brokerage. Combined with extensive knowledge of boating, boat maintenance and a dedication to customer service, Lin is a perfect choice to assist you in buying or selling your dream.
Lin and his wife Susan live in Virginia Beach and currently own a 42 ft. Treworgy Yachts steel trawler they enjoy cruising the Chesapeake Bay and ICW, having logged over 12,000 miles.
Lin is passionate about delivering successful results. Lin can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or on his cell phone at 757-672-2778.
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