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    32' Laurin Koster Sloop

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    ID 1384 REF h1 Length: 32' Year: 1966 Location: Maine Price: $19,000
    Hull Material: Fiberglass Number of Engines: 1 Total HP: Fuel Type: Diesel
    Details:
    32' Laurin Koster Sloop - SOLD

    Builder: Malmo Flygindustries or MFI

    Design by Arvin Laurin
    LOA: 32-3
    Beam 9-5
    Draft 6-0
    Net 7 tons, gross, 8 tons
    Speed 6 knots, max 7 knots

    Sloop rig, SS rigging, Fiberglass mast, aluminum boom
    Barrient and Lewmar winches
    Misc sailing gear
    Sails: age unknown but in good servicable condition, est. late 1980s to early 1990s
    Sail covers and dodger good

    Volvo Penta 2 cyl diesel, 18hp, hours unknown, never rebuilt, raw water cooled, runs well, fair condition overall
    Borg Warner 2:1 reduction gear
    Shaft 1" SS
    15" propeller bronze

    12 gals fuel in 1 SS tank
    22 gals water in 1 plastic tank
    No holding

    Electrical:
    12 volt
    65 amp alt.
    Batteries, 2 house, 1 start
    New DC breaker panel

    Electronics:
    2 VHF
    New bulkhead mount compass
    New Furuno radar

    Fire extinguishers
    Bilge pumps
    Strobe light on mast
    Bow pulpit
    Stern rail
    Life lines
    Boarding steps
    Search light
    Docklines in good condition

    Accomodations:
    V berth and 2 in main cabin, could sleep six total
    Single head

    Galley sink
    Taylor 2 burner stove with broiler, fuel kero.
    Ice box new
    Cold plate refrigerator compressor new
    Charcoal fireplace
    Drop lead table
    Teak sole
    Interior trim is original teak, good quality workmanship
    2 dorade vents
    3 opening hatches
    Mistral is an exceptionally able and well-built vessel. She was constructed to Llyods A1 offshore standards as well as Llyods A1 Ice standards. She has circumnavigated at least once and her counterparts (other Laurin Kosters) have many unique offshore experiences under their belts. While rare in the USA, Laurin Kosters have a large following in Europe and owner?s associations can be found on the internet. Mistral?s designer, Arvid Laurin, was well known naval architect who designed many meter style race boats as well as competent cruisers such as his popular 32?s. Although she is only 32 feet overall, her appearance and feel is of a much larger boat. She is 28 feet on the waterline and draws about six feet. Her deep bilges give her a good amount of room below decks (six plus feet of headroom) and she has a very steady motion at sea. Mistral?s cabin layout is traditional and features a large V berth, enclosed head (starboard), two large hanging lockers (port), two settee berths, Galley (port) and proper, chart size, nav station with quarter berth to starboard. Her interior wood-work is in very good shape and has been changed little from original. There is no formica, even her galley counter is varnished teak. The cushions are in good shape and her lockers/bilges are clean. On deck there is a large amount of storage in the lazarette and cockpit lockers. Her deep cockpit provides both safety at sea as well as protection from the elements. I have sailed Mistral a great deal on the coast of Maine in the early and late winter and can attest to her comforts beyond those expected for summer gunkholing. The story of one trip, an Easter cruise in Maine, was featured in Blue Water Sailing, May 2004. Included with Mistral is a lot of gear. There are most of the parts to a self steering system, multiple anchors, and lines, two VHF?s, a good RADAR, a cockpit awning, wind scoops, and possibly a dinghy.

    Mistral is an exceptionally able and well-built vessel. She was constructed to Llyods A1 offshore standards as well as Llyods A1 Ice standards. She has circumnavigated at least once and her counterparts (other Laurin Kosters) have many unique offshore experiences under their belts. While rare in the USA, Laurin Kosters have a large following in Europe and owner?s associations can be found on the internet. Mistral?s designer, Arvid Laurin, was well known naval architect who designed many meter style race boats as well as competent cruisers such as his popular 32?s. Although she is only 32 feet overall, her appearance and feel is of a much larger boat. She is 28 feet on the waterline and draws about six feet. Her deep bilges give her a good amount of room below decks (six plus feet of headroom) and she has a very steady motion at sea. Mistral?s cabin layout is traditional and features a large V berth, enclosed head (starboard), two large hanging lockers (port), two settee berths, Galley (port) and proper, chart size, nav station with quarter berth to starboard. Her interior wood-work is in very good shape and has been changed little from original. There is no formica, even her galley counter is varnished teak. The cushions are in good shape and her lockers/bilges are clean. On deck there is a large amount of storage in the lazarette and cockpit lockers. Her deep cockpit provides both safety at sea as well as protection from the elements. I have sailed Mistral a great deal on the coast of Maine in the early and late winter and can attest to her comforts beyond those expected for summer gunkholing. The story of one trip, an Easter cruise in Maine, was featured in Blue Water Sailing, May 2004. Included with Mistral is a lot of gear. There are most of the parts to a self steering system, multiple anchors, and lines, two VHF?s, a good RADAR, a cockpit awning, wind scoops, and possibly a dinghy.

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