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Serenity
1979 | 44' Island Gypsy Classic Trawler for Sale

1979 Island Gypsy

44' (13.41m) Classic - Serenity

SERENITY is a rare 1979 Island Gypsy 44' Pilot House. A very spacious Great Loop capable vessel offering economical cruising or living aboard. Equipped with bow thruster, electric tender davit, 12’ Carolina Skiff tender, radar, 3 heads, spacious storage, good engine access, and recent engine service


Vessel ID# 2802704      Last Updated: 2023-12-09 09:36:46

$ 82,000 USD

€ 76,141 Euros
$ 110,706 CAD

Description

SERENITY is a rare 1979 Island Gypsy 44' Pilot House. A very spacious Great Loop capable vessel offering economical cruising or living aboard. Equipped with bow thruster, electric tender davit, 12’ Carolina Skiff tender, radar, 3 heads, spacious storage, good engine access. Her twin Volvo 240hp engines get 2 miles per gallon at 7 knot cruising speed.


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Data Sheet

LOA: 44' 0" (13.41 Meters)

Type: Power - Used

Year: 1979

Beam: 15' "

Bridge Clearance: 18' 6"

Draft Max: 4' 3"

Draft Min: ' "

Cabins: 4

Sleeps: 4

Queen Berths: 1

Heads: 3

Maximum Speed: 10 Knots

Cruise Speed: 7 Knots

Range NMI:

Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank: 800 Gallons (3028.33 Liters)

Fresh Water: 150 Gallons (567.81 Liters)

Holding Tank: 35 Gallons (132.49 Liters)

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Accommodations and Layout

Upon entering the covered aft cockpit from transom door or over gunnels the is a floor hatch to a huge lazarette with storage shelving and engine room access. The port side has a wide tread ladder to flybridge hatch. To cockpit starboard is a sliding door to the salon, the galley is midship along the starboard side of salon with a day head forward, a full-size desk with chair centerline forward; aft is a convertible sofa and a reclining upholstered chair; mid ship to port is a large cabinet with front opening access. A ceiling fan offers light and circulation. To port a seat over a freezer, teak parquet, and tile flooring. The two forward staterooms are "down" with access stairs through the pilothouse. The forward cabin has "v-berths" with an enclosed head with shower, the master stateroom has a walk around queen size berth, separate head, and shower. The pilot house has deck access doors on each side, centerline helm seat, with an "L-shaped" lounge aft. Forward and side decks are accessed from pilothouse sliding doors. The forward deck is spacious with built in seating area and custom cushions. The spacious flybridge is accessible from the side decks or ladder from the cockpit. There is room for deck chairs, large dock box storage, propane locker, built in seating to both sides of helm. The dock box, locker, and built in seating have custom cushions for added comfort. Helm seat in center line. There is a bimini top with cover for storage and a full tonneau cover for the helm area. The entire aft flybridge area has safety railing with canvas insert top to bottom.    

Salon

To cockpit starboard is a sliding door to the salon, the galley is midship along the starboard side of salon with a day head forward, a full-size desk (vessel manuals and records) with chair centerline forward; aft is a convertible sofa and a reclining upholstered chair; mid ship to port is a large cabinet with front opening access for small appliance storage and a small settee hiding a Engle frig/freezer. The forward salon wall has huge storage areas with door access and a small closet to port and a wall mounted 32’ LCD television.  A ceiling fan offers light and circulation. The floor is teak parquet, with tile at the cockpit entrance. A room size rug offers ambiance and nonskid. Head room is 7’4”. Ceilings/overhead are fabric and brightwork with AC and DC lighting fixtures. 

The day head is located starboard of salon with full size Kenmore washer and dryer, electric head, water maker control panel, house water gauge and valves. 

Galley

Galley is on starboard side of salon with Formica countertop, large porcelain sink, with Norcold refrigerator w/freezer; an auxiliary Engle frig/ freezer, Galley Maid 3 burner propane stove; Kenmore washer dryer located in day head; combination built in microwave convection oven; large pull-out pantry; to port is a breakfront storage cabinet ideal for small appliances. 

Pilothouse

The pilothouse offers great visibility, sliding side doors, window and door sun covers, L shaped lounge/berth, full electronics, helm chair, under helm large storage, audio control center and starboard stairs to “down” staterooms. 

Electronics / Navigation

Pilot-house Electronics

  • Simrad auto pilot
  • Computer monitor (for navigation software if desired)
  • Simrad chart plotter radar
  • Simrad RS35 VHF radio
  • Garmin 2010 color GPS/plotter 1
  • Rudder angle indicators
  • Danforth compass
  • Raytheon LS65 depth/fish sounder
  • Technics Stereo,  CD payer and speaker selection
  • Ventus 24 volt bower thruster controls
  • Volvo Penta complete twin engine gauges
  • Morse engine controls gear and throttle with Glendenning synchronizer
  • Balmar Smart Gauge battery monitor
  • Raymarine spotlight controls
  • Full AC and DC electrical panels
  • Pilot-House AC control
  • Seth Thomas Clock and Barometer 

Flybridge Electronics

  • Volvo Penta complete twin engine gauges
  • Morse engine controls gear and throttle with Glendenning synchronizer
  • Danforth compass 


Electrical System

  • Kohler 9 Kw generator with factory "sound box” and 1671 hours (9/9/23)
  • 6 Lithium LiFePO4 house batteries, 3 starting batteries, 2 bow thruster batteries
  • 3000-watt Heart invertor
  • 50-amp shore power inlets fore and aft.

Deck

All fiberglass decks with stainless railing. Anchor windlass Galley Maid electric with chain gypsy and rope drum; 75# plow and 75# Danforth anchors with 250’ of ¾ chain. Wash down pumps located fore and aft, transom shower. Hull has a deep keel for prop protection. Flybridge has bimini top and full bridge cover

Mechanical and Engine

  • Engines twin Volvo Penta TMD60 Turbo Charged 235 HP each. Engine hours approximately 1500 hours.
  • Transmissions Twin Disc
  • Fuel aluminum tanks 4 - 800 gallons total
  • Fresh water 2 plastic tanks 150 gallons total
  • Waste tanks plastic 35 gallons
  • Hot water 15 gallon (engine room)
  • Gray water overboard directly or by sump
  • Steering Hydraulic
  • Glendinning automatic engine synchronizer
  • Fuel transfer system
  • Lube oil transfer system
  • Halon automatic engine room fire extinguisher
  •  12 and 110 volt bilge blowers;
  • Automatic bilge pumps 3


  • Four zone reverse cycle air conditioning.
  • Salon- 16k BTU
  • Pilothouse- 8k BTU
  • Master stateroom 8k BTU
  • V Beth 8k BTU (air only)


  •  SK 900 GPD water maker. (needs new membrane)

Tender

Carlonia Skiff - 12' fiberglass with 25 hp Mercury outboard (not working). Custom stainless steel davit system with Dayton 3VJ66 1000 lb. electric winch.

The red Old Town Sandpiper canoe in pictures does not convey.

ENGINES

Engine 1
  • Engine Make: Volvo
  • Engine Model: TMD60
  • Engine Year: 1979
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP: 235.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 1505.00
Engine 2
  • Engine Make: Volvo
  • Engine Model: TMD60
  • Engine Year: 1979
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP: 235.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 1503.00

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Lin Earley

Lin Earley

Yacht Broker

Woodbridge, VA
Direct: 1-757-672-2778
Toll Free: 1-855-266-5676
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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 lin@curtisstokes.net or on his cell phone at 757-672-2778.

Curtis Stokes & Associates

Curtis Stokes & Associates

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Phone: 855 266 5676
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