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Holby Clearwater - 35'

 
Year 1988
Length 35ft.
Price US $65,000
Type: New
Hull Material Fiberglass
Engine type Single
Fuel Diesel
 
Contact Information
  Mahina Yachts
2410 Washington Street Port Townsend, WA 98368
United States
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Builder/Designer
Builder:  Holby
Dimensions
LOA: 35 Beam: 114 in. Max Draft:: 2 Keel up
Displacement: 10,000
Engines
Engine Model: M30-KD30244J Fuel: Diesel Engine(s) HP: 30
Tankage
Water: Fiberglass Holding Tank: 13 Gallon Plastic
 
"Kodiak" is a Holby Clearwater sloop that is in turn-key condition. She has successfully circumnavigated and she is ready to do it again. This is a great sailboat for the Northwest and beyond. She is equipped with rod-rigging and great sails. She is located in Port Hadlock and available for showings almost anytime. Give us a call and set up a personal showing today!

 

Engine Description
  • Perkins Diesel Engine
  • 3 Cylinders, 30 Horsepower
  • Freshwater Cooded
  • Hurth HBW 100 marine reduction gear raed at 1.79:1
  • 1 inch prop shaft

Accomodations
Starting up forward is the large V-berth. This area is roomy enough for two adults. There is a good deal of storage below the bunk and a hanging locker to port. Moving aft and to port from the V-berth is the head that can be accessed from forward and aft. The head is equipped with a nice marine head, a sink and storage. Across to starboard is the galley that includes a two-burner stove/oven, a sink and an icebox. Aft of the head and galley is the salon area that is partially separated by the swing-keel trunk. This area has enough space to seat four adults comfortably. There is also a chart table on the starboard side of the salon. Looking aft you find two large berths to each side, located beneath the cockpit, with the engine in between. Stairs lead up to the cockpit.
Galley
  • Stainless Steel sink
  • Force 10 two burner propane stove with oven
  • Top loading icebox

Electronics and Navigation
  • (2) Nexus multi dispays at the cockpit with speed, depth, wind indication and navigation functions
  • ICOM model IC-735 high frequency transceiver with AH-2 tuner and insulated backstay
  • Furuno model 1621 MK-2 radar with rigid mount scanner on stern deck pole
  • Seafarer Voyager depth sounder
  • ICOM model IC-M55 VHF radio
  • Antenna for Garmin GPS
  • Compass12

Electrical System
  • 12 Volt DC electrical system
  • Selector switch
  • (2) series 27 conventional lead-acid units
  • Main breaker panel
  • Reverse polarity indicator
  • 120 Volt shoreside system via approved-type 30 amp shorecord
  • Marine grade battery charger
  • Engine driven alternator
  • Sub-distribution breakers

Safety Equipment
  • E.P.I.R.B. system
  • Firdell radar reflector
  • Lifesling type four-man overboard device and M.O.B. pole
  • High quality first aid kit
  • Horn
  • Cockpit padeye for safety harnesses
  • Loose soft tapered wooden plugs for each thruhull
  • 12 Volt spotlight
  • Pains-Wessex flare gun kit
  • Compliment of type 1,2,3 and 5 personal floatation devices

Deck Equipment
  • The deck, raised cabin and cockpit are constructed from a single integral female mold ithe gelcoat/painted finish and rolled nonskid. A teak toe rail runs the length of the sheer.
  • Stainless steel/bronze roller for the primary anchor
  • Double course stainless steel bow and stern rails
  • 316 stainless steel shrouds and stay chainplates
  • Barient two speed self tailing primary winches and dual self tailing cabintop control winches
  • 33# Bruce anchor with chain and rode
  • 20# Danforth with chain and rode

Spars, Rigging and Sails
  • The main spar is a single tapered section tapered section of extruded aluminum finished in an off white pain that stepped in the bilge and is equipped witha bouble set of spreaders and rigged with Navtec solid stainless steel rod rigging
  • Stainding rigging consists of headstay, inner forestay, single lowers, intermediates, uppers and centerline backstay with manual adjuster
  • Harken headsail roller furling system
  • Trisail track
  • VHF antenna
  • Windex
  • Steaming, foredeck and anchor lights
  • Sliding ring for a spinnaker pole
  • Sails: Dacron mainsail, Dacron roller furling Genoa, Dacron storm trisail, Dacron storm jib, all sails are in very good condition

Disclaimer
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.
 
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