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Eulalie

$156,000

For Sale

Boat Specs & Info




Eulalie 1946


Length: 46.33 Beam: 9.5 Draft: 6.5


Builder: Kettenburg Boat Works, San Diego, USA

Construction:

  • Hull: Mahogany and sapele on oak frames

  • Deck: New teak

  • Mast: New Sitka Spruce

Engine:

  • Beta 28 diesel inboard

  • 3 batteries

  • Max folding propeller

Pumps:

  • 2 electric bilge pumps

  • 1 manual bilge pump

Electrical Systems:

  • AC 120 and DC systems

  • Fused panel

Ground Tackle:

  • 35 lb plough anchor

  • 200’ chain

  • Maxwell electric anchor windlass

Sailing Hardware:

  • Self-furling Lewmar winches: 3 x 48’s in cockpit, 2 x 16s on mast

  • Lewmar track

  • Main is on a Harken batt car system.

Sails:

  • Mainsail: Leitch and McBride (new)

  • Jib: Leitch and McBride 120° (new)

  • Asymmetrical spinnaker on a Selden top down furler (New).

Head:

  • New composting toilet

Galley:

  • 2 burner alcohol stove

  • Wallas diesel oven/heater

  • New top-loading custom fridge and condenser

Electronics:

  • Icom VHF

  • Raymarine depth sounder

  • Speed gauge



Dinghy: Suzmar 2.5 meter inflatable with a 2.5 hp 4 stroke o/b (I year old)


Miscellaneous Equipment:

  • Windex

  • Flares

  • Fenders

  • Miscellaneous winch handles

  • Solar charger

  • Victron Inverter

  • Safety ring

  • Throwing device

  • Air horn


Eulalie is a prime example of the famous Kettenburg model: fast, seaworthy, and equally at home cruising the Pacific Northwest or excelling in offshore races. Over $400,000 has been spent on her hull construction and equipment to bring this fine sloop to Bristol condition. More than 90% of Eulalie’s frames have been replaced, as well as her underwater planking. Survey available upon request, along with full details of the yacht’s extensive restoration. Assumable moorage available in Victoria.

Historical Significance:Eulalie is Kettenburg PCC hull #1 of a one-design class built specifically for the Transpac race. She was the personal yacht of George Kettenburg, named after his wife. With family permission, she proudly carries her original name and sail #1.

Price: $156,000

For further inquiries or to schedule a viewing, please contact us. Don’t miss the opportunity to own a piece of maritime history with this exquisitely restored classic sloop.

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