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On Deck Anchor Tackle Cockpit Below Decks Safety Equipment
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On Deck

Toucan is cutter rigged with six sails: fully battened main with two deep reefs, storm trysail on separate track, large 135% genoa on Profurl roller furler, 100% yankee, hank-on staysail and storm staysail. Lazy jacks contain the mainsail for flaking and stowing.  
Toucan boasts two powerful Lewmar 55 primary winches, three Lewmar 40 winches, one Lewmar 30 winch. All winches are self-tailing and two speed. All halyards and sheets lead to the cockpit for safe and easy reefing, sail changes and trimming. Ten sheet stoppers in the cockpit control halyards, main sheet, reefing lines, pole topping lift and staysail sheets. Other deck equipment and layout:

Anchor Tackle

The 45# genuine CQR main anchor has 200 feet of 3/8 inch hi-tensile chain backed with 150 feet of 3/4 inch nylon rode.

The 45# genuine CQR second anchor has 75 feet of 3/8 inch hi-tensile chain in three sections connected with hi-tensile interlink connectors and 50 feet of 3/4 inch nylon rode.

The third anchor is a Fortress FX37 with 10 feet of 3/8 inch hi-tensile chain and 150 feet of 5/8 inch nylon rode.

The fourth anchor is a Danforth Deepset 20# anchor with 100 feet of 3/4 inch nylon rode.
Multiple 3/4 inch nylon lines from 20-40 feet long with anti-chafing gear are available in the lazarette for securing dockside or to a mooring.  


anchoronsprit The large, aft cockpit has plenty of room for six adults. A Ritchie compass tops the binnacle. Controls are located conveniently for the autopilot, engine and instruments. Ray Marine dedicated instruments and repeaters mounted forward above the companionway display all the necessary sailing and navigation information to all parts of the cockpit. A nicely varnished teak table and drink holder are attached to the front of the binnacle. Side bins on each side of the cockpit provide places to store winch handles, gloves and other gear. Line hangers allow neat stowage of lines not in use. One-inch stainless tubing on top and heavy wire below comprise the lifeline configuration in the cockpit, making it extremely safe and secure. There are two, heavy, through-bolted pad-eyes for safety harness hook-up. anchoronsprit 
A Force 10 (now known as Kuuma) barbecue is mounted on the stern rail. There are two 12 volt outlets in the cockpit. An anchor light illuminates the cockpit and recessed waterproof stereo speakers provide music for entertaining.

There is a super bright hand-held spotlight available in the lazarette.

There are four lazarettes, two deep ones with lots of storage space, one shallow one for winch handles and other sailing hardware and a deep one that holds two 20-gallon propane tanks. The foreward lazarette on the port side allows easy access to the refrigeration system and also opens all the way down to the engine room.

Below Decks

The Forward Cabin has a queen size berth and custom fitted inner-spring mattress. There are three large shelves for lots of books. One hanging locker, six storage lockers and three drawers provide abundant storage for clothing. A very large storage area is accessible under the berth. Twin doors allow clear access to the chain locker at the forward end of the berth. Three fans, two reading lights, an overhead light, one large hatch and two opening ports create a bright and comfortable stateroom. A centrally located deck prism creates lots of natural light. The large, tinted Goiot hatch overhead with removable bug screen below brings in light and ventilation.
The Head is equipped with a reliable Raritan manual toilet, 10-gallon holding tank, marble topped sink and good lighting. Pressure hot and cold fresh water plus foot pumped fresh water service the sink. There is a large bulkhead-mounted mirrored cabinet over the sink, two large lockers on the hull side for storage and one under the sink for good access to plumbing and more storage. Two drawers are located on the right side of the sink cabinetry. An overhead deck prism illuminates the space.

Shower is a separate, all-fiberglass enclosure for easy cleaning. The molded fiberglass seat, hot and cold pressure water and teak grate allow for safe, comfortable and convenient showers, even under way. Grey water is pressure pumped directly overboard so there is no smelly sump to clean. The large locker easily holds all your towels.

The Main Saloon seats six people quite comfortably on one U-shaped settee to port and a straight settee on starboard. There are four closed lockers above the settees and seven lockers behind the seat back cushions. A large shelf is found on each side and aft of the closed lockers. A deep hanging locker is located forward on the starboard side and a deep wet-locker that drains to the bilge is on the starboard side aft of the navigation table. There is a water tank beneath each settee along the hull. Lee cloths are concealed beneath the settees when not underway. Four fans add to the already airy and well-ventilated area. There are two large Goiot hatches overhead – the forward one opens fore and aft in either direction while the aft one opens side to side in either direction. Two deck prisms – one each on port and starboard – add yet more natural light to the open cabin space.

The Navigation Area and chart table face aft and are located aft of the starboard settee. The Bass electrical panel offers clean, accessible control of all DC and AC circuits. A deck prism above the panel brightly illuminates the chart table, instruments and panel. The communications equipment and stereo are also found here.
The Aft Cabin has a double berth with two reading lights and an overhead light. There is a locking, folding door for privacy, a large hanging locker, three drawers, a small storage locker and a spacious locker with a fold down stainless steel covered door that is ideal for working on projects. A large cabinet with mirror is mounted on the forward bulkhead in the cabin. There are multiple shelves that are great for books and large items to be stored. Three ports, two fans and a dorade vent provide plenty of fresh air. A hatch opens up from the side of the berth into the rear of the engine compartment.
The Galley and main saloon adjoin to produce a very open aspect to the below decks area and make it seem larger than apparent from outside. The galley has a deep double stainless steel sink with a Grohe mixer faucet, soap dispenser and spray attachment. There are two foot pumps; one each for salt and fresh water. The deep garbage or storage (your choice) locker next to the sinks is convenient for the cook. There is a gimbaled three burner Mariner propane stainless steel stove with oven and broiler. Refrigeration is accessed by either of two opening hatches that are flush with the counter top or through a front hatch. Nine lockers and six drawers allow plentiful storage for food and utensils. There are four lights over the stove and refrigerator and a bright overhead light.

Safety Equipment

  • Zodiac liferaft model 4MP Open Sea vacuum packed in hard container and mounted inside a custom-built stainless rack on deck, forward of the mast
  • Man overboard pole, float and attached strobe
  • Lifesling man overboard module attaches to the lifeline in the cockpit
  • Multiple cockpit cushions constructed of closed cell foam
  • Three conventional Type I life vests stowed in a lazarette
  • Two inflatable life vests and harnesses with ACR Firefly strobe/steady lights
  • Compressed gas air horn
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Navigation and Steering

  • 2 - Furuno GP-32 GPS
  • Panasonic Traxar GPS
  • Garmin GPSmap 78 hand-held GPS
  • Furuno Model 1710 Radar, 16 mile range with antenna mounted at spreaders
  • RayMarine i50 Tridata instrument
  • RayMarine ST50 wind transducer and cockpit mounted display
  • RayMarine cockpit mounted ST60+ Tridata repeater and Graphic Repeater
  • Ritchie binnacle-mounted compass
  • Autohelm hand-held fluxgate compass
  • Alpha 2000 electronic autopilot with remote
  • Monitor wind vane self-steering system
  • Vesper Marine Watchmate AIS receiver
  • Windex masthead wind indicator


  • Icom M-710 SSB 150-watt transceiver sends and receives on all middle and high frequency bands including amateur frequencies
  • SG-230 automatic antenna tuner - works with any SSB radio
  • SCS PTC-IIe modem licensed and configured to work with Pactor III in Sailmail and Winlink for worldwide e-mail coverage
  • Icom IC M-80 VHF 25-watt base transceiver
  • Two Icom hand-held VHF 5-watt transceivers
  • Masthead VHF antenna plus extra collapsible emergency VHF antenna



  • AB 9.5 AL RIB inflatable
  • Yamaha 15 hp 2-stroke outboard
  • Three gallon gas tank
  • One 10-pound folding grapnel anchor and 30 feet of 1/2 inch rode

Electrical System

  • Wired for 12 volts DC throughout for refrigeration, electronics, lighting, fans and accessories. Dedicated 12-volt outlets below and on deck
  • Wired for 120 volts AC with outlets throughout
  • Trace 2012 Inverter/Charger:
    • True sine wave inverter up to 2,000 watts continuous draw, 2,500 momentary load
    • Charges up to 100 amps @ 12 volts, wired and switched for automatic operation between shore and battery power
  • Main engine-driven Balmar 100 amp alternator and ARS-5 voltage regulator
  • Backup Delco 90 amp alternator and regulator
  • Five Solarex/BP solar panels generating more than 300 watts
  • Xantrex C35 solar charge controller for solar panels
  • Batteries:
    • Four Gel-Tec Model G/T#8G4D gel batteries in one bank for house batteries
    • One Prevailer PV-27DC gel battery for engine start. Both banks switched at navigation station and can be combined for emergency start
    • Diode isolator keeps batteries separate but allows charging both banks with alternator
  • Complete metering of DC and AC volts and amps in and out at breaker panel
  • JVC 80 watt stereo with main cabin and cockpit speakers



Engine and Propellor

Extras and Spares


Reduced! US $119,500 - Located at the Oceanview Marina on Samal Island in Mindanao, Philippine Islands

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