1969 Bristol 39-40

in Bellmore, NY



  • Diesel
  • Electric

Seller note:

BRISTOL 39Hull Type: Long KeelRig Type: Masthead SloopLOA: 39.00' / 11.89mLWL: 27.54' / 8.39mBeam: 10.75' / 3.28mListed SA: 648 ft2 / 60.2 m2Draft (max.) 5.40' / 1.65mDisp. 17580lbs./ 7974 kgs.Ballast: 6500lbs. / 2948 kgs.SA/Disp: 15.39Bal./Disp.: 36.97%Designer: Ted Hood/Dieter EmpacherBuilder: Bristol Yachts Inc. (USA)Construct.: FGFirst Built: 1966Last Built: 1972# Built: 58Here is my 39 ft 1967 bristol sailboat...I was going to sail her aroundthe world but we have decided to drive instead..she has been refittedwith a yanmar diesel with approximately 200 hrs on her...interior is teak andholly.. she is a good sound vessel that deserves to get out and see moreof the wild blue yonder... dockage is available at very good rate..thisboat was reportedly owned by the New York Yacht club and was campaignedin the Bermuda cup and won 2 yrs running in the early 70's although Iam unable to verify..she was originally a yawl but was converted manyyears ago...I still have the original yawl rear mast etc if wanted.. It has an electric hot water heater that also runs off heat exchangerfrom the and cold pressurised water system, large stainlessfresh water tank in the keel...not sure of size but was replaced at somepoint in time.. shower sump macerator as well as grey water holding tankin forward compartment, toilet is hand pump only and works fine butappears to be getting a little old.. propane gimbal stove, has approximately 5and a half ft unprovisioned draft...not sure of the mast height...Ithought it was not going to make it under the 17th st causeway bridge at56ft but got reprimanded by the bridge tender saying that I had six or 8ft clear,,,so I would guess about 50 feet..No refrigerator as i had aportable norcold refrigerator freezer cooler but I am using that for mydrive around the world..I do have an air conditioning system I was going to installbut didn't and i can throw that in with the deal if wanted..main sail isin good shape, was recently caught in a big squall and the forward sailreceived a bit of seam fraying on the leading edge midway up..probablyabout a 2in section, can remove and have repaired very easily ifneeded..was going to install a ice box with cold plate but preferred touse the portable cooler instead so never glassed in the iceboxcompartment..feel free to ask any questions..Call Boat Owner Shane [removed phone].Listing originally posted at[removed phone]

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