50' Gulfstar Tourboat w/ COI

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Rare opportunity to own a monohull sailing vessel with a COI. She just came out of dry dock again this year in 2024 as part of the USCG out of water inspection process. Full engine service completed including coolant and transmission flushes, new alternator installed and new turbo installed along with a new 8D battery bank, thru hulls were cleaned and lubed, chain plates inspected and nuts and bolts replaced, exterior varnish re-done, new mainsail installed and vessel re-bonded. In 2022 she was also dry docked and all standing rigging was replaced, engine panel replaced, mast and boom were dropped and repainted, cabin top was repainted, rudder was dropped and serviced, mast winches were upgraded to self-tailing, new dripless shaft seal and cutlass bearings installed, new freshwater pump, new holding tank, new Garmin instrument panels, new Lewmar hatches installed and the list just goes on.

After a two-year process, including a structural re-build of the vessel during which nearly every structural component of the vessel was re-built and upgraded, vessel obtained a USCG COI of 32 passengers, including crew.

The COI not only ensures that Maile has been re-built and maintained ‘to code’ but allows for more than six-passenger trips. Beyond commercial use, for cruising, the COI would bring a peace of mind in terms of the structural work and maintenance oversight that are part of the COI process, ensuring a degree of maintenance beyond the usual in a recreational vessel. Fiberglass construction, the teak on deck and below adds a special feel and quality that everyone notices and comments on. She is spacious, well-designed and practically laid-out. The Yanmar 75 engine runs beautifully, with a new turbo, 2,200 engine hours and light use since it was installed in 2008.

The large main salon offers a nice galley space and seating area, with a small cabin forward and a large, comfortable stateroom with a full head and shower aft. On deck, she has a center cockpit with comfortable seating and good visibility in all directions. Vessel would be ideally suited for use in Hawaii, S. California, Florida, the Gulf of Mexico, USVI’s or Bahamas. Assistance with transport to your location could be provided. She would be ideal for use for high end, private day trips. She would also be ideal as a cruising vessel. While currently outfitted for day trips, the COI ensures a degree of structural re-build and maintenance not normally found in a used vessel. 

Gulfstars were custom-built in small numbers and are well known for their excellent hull design, construction and sleek deck layout; the builders were considered among the best boat builders of their time. She sails well in both light and heavy winds and is designed to sail solo. This vessel is one of the only Gulfstars, and one of the few monohulls, to have undergone the rigorous process in re-building to coast guard standards and codes.

Slip available to serious buyers.

DETAILS

Broker:   
Sean Doyle
Make:   
Gulfstar
Model:   
50
Year:   
1977
Location:  
Kawaihae, Big Island, Hawaii
Price:   
$ 389,000

MEASUREMENTS

LOA:
50'
LWL:
40'
Draft:
6' 5"
Headroom:
6'+
Beam:
13' 7"
Ballast:
10,500 lbs
Displacement:
35,000 lbs

ENGINE

Make:
Yanmar
Engine Type:
Inboard
Engine Is Dual
Hours:
2,000
Model:
4JH4-TE
Fuel:
Diesel
Year:
Horse Power:
75 hp
Cruising Speed:
7 kts
Max Speed:
10 kts
Range:
miles
Blades:
3
Prop Type:
Folding
Prop Material:
Bronze
Bow Thruster
Stern Thruster

Inventory

Hull and Deck

ELECTRICAL AND NAVIGATION SYSTEMS

  • 12V DC and 120V AC Electrical systems
  • Xantrax link 20 battery monitor
  • 8D house battery bank recently replaced
  • 30amp 120V shore power service
  • Garmin VHF
  • Garmin knotlog, depth, and wind instrumentation

INTERIOR

  • Varnished teak interior
  • Teak and holly sole
  • Formica countertops
  • Double stainless steel sink
  • Force 10 3 burner gimbaled stove and oven
  • Top loading reefer
  • Top loading freezer
  • Two (2) 90 gallon fresh water tanks
  • Pressurized fresh and hot water
  • Two (2) Jabsco electric flush heads
  • Sole in aft cabin all replaced 2024

RIGGING AND SAILS

  • Keel stepped single spreader rig
  • Stainless steel chainplates inspected and new bolts and hardware attached 2024
  • All standing rigging replaced in 2022
  • Hood Genoa furler
  • Harken blocks and jib tracks
  • New Precision mainsail
  • Furling genoa in good condition

DECK AND HARDWARE

  • COI compliant stanchions and lifelines all rebedded 2024
  • Hydraulic steering serviced 2023
  • 12" and 8" cleats on deck
  • Polished stainless steel stanchions all rebedded
  • Cockpit scuppers
  • Lewmar hatches throughout the deck for ventilation
  • Bimini for center cockpit
  • Fold down leafed teak cockpit table
  • Upgrade to self tailing winches on halyards
  • 35-lb Bruce anchor w/ 250 ft of 3/8 inch chain
  • 35-lb Bruce anchor w/ 50 ft 3/8 chain, with 200 ft 5/8” nylon rode
  • Bronze vertical electric windlass with foot controls

SAFETY EQUIPMENT

  • USCG approved running lights
  • 18 USCG approved adult PFDs
  • 4 USCG approved child PFDs
  • Handheld day/night USCG approved signals
  • USCG approved portable fire extinguishers
  • Firebox fixed fire fighting system for engine
  • Smoke and carbon monoxide alarms
  • Lifesling
  • 406 Category 1 EPIRB
  • First aid kit
  • Searchlight

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