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      1. World Cruise of Veleda IV

        World Cruise of Veleda IV

        Living the dream in retirement.

        ทดลองเล่นบาคาร่าฟรีทุน 50 000

        Living the dream in retirement.

            We are currently down for maintenance and a redesign. We will be back up soon!!  



        For Sale 1978 Ontario 32 $20,000


        ทดลองเล่นบาคาร่าฟรีทุน 50 000 

        For further information contact svveledaiv@hotmail.com




        Veleda' s Inventory

         

        Basic details

        1978 Ontario 32, Blue hull, Cream decks

        LOA 32'?? LWL 26' 6”? Draft 4' 6”? Beam 11' 6”

        Yanmar 3YM 30, 30 hp diesel new 2011

        Displacement 9800 lb, Three Quarter Keel, Ballast 4300 lb

         

        Accomodations

         

        Sleeping

        Large Vee berth with stand up headroom and 12 volt fan

        Large storage lockers and holding tank beneath Vee berth

        Drop leaf table makes a small double berth

        Settee on starboard for a single berth

        All berth and settee cushions new 2010

         

        Heads

        Jabsco Heads can be pumped overboard, or into the holding tank

        Electrical macerator pump for overboard dischage from the holding tank

        (Three way valve system would have to be disabled in the Great Lakes)

        Holding tank capacity 33 gallons

        Heads sink has hot and cold water

        Full length mirror and vanity mirror on behind-sink bulkhead

        Three storage compartments, and cupboard below sink

         

        Galley

        Deep SS sink with pressurized hot and cold water?

        Foot pump for overboard water faucet

        Katadyne Power Survivor 40 Reverse Osmosis watermaker

        Top loading refrigerator (Waeco Cold Machine)? with small freezer

        Gymballed Force Ten three burner propane stove with oven

        Knife rack and spice racks, full set of cutlery, dishes, pots and pans

         

        Main Cabin

        Dickinson Newport Diesel furnace plumbed into main diesel tank

        Piezo electric fan for heat distribution

        12 volt fan in salon

        Settee benches on port and starboard

        Two leaf dining table

        Storage behind settee seats

        Alcove storage above settee seats

        AM/FM/CD radio with two speakers in main cabin and two in the cockpit

        Four closing compartments above settees

        Hanging locker

        Large tool and storage locker

        Cabin sole flooring with long lasting PlasTeak (teak and holly pattern)

         

        Navigation Station and Electronics

        Top hinged chart table

        Storage bins beneath station seat and sole

        Two storage compartments alongside bulkhead

        Four updated electrical panels with fuses

        Nautical brass clock and barometer

        Link 10 Digital Battery Monitor

        Garmin GPS 440S, USA standard installed, with chips for Canada, SW Caribbean, Pacific Mexico and Central America; on a swivel mount for interior nav station or cockpit usage

        Raymarine 6000 below deck auto pilot

        Simrad Wheel Pilot

        Raymarine Wind speed and direction indicator

        Standard Horizon depth sounder

         

        Upper Deck

         

        Ground Tackle

        45 pound claw anchor with 150 feet 5/16th chain plus 150 feet of rope

        45 pound CQR anchor with 100 feet 5/16th chain plus 100 feet of rope

        35 pound CQR stern anchor with 30 feet 5/16ths chain,120 feet of rope

        Quick 1400 watt windlass with rope and chain drum, motor replaced 2016

        Chain hook snubber

         

        Sails and Rigging

        Standing rigging 1/4” SS new in 2013

        45 foot mast with mast steps

        Selden Furlex furling system

        Fully battened main with three reef points for slab reefing

        #2 and #3 Genoa

        Symmetrical spinnaker with sleeve and tacker system

        Gale Sail storm jib

        18 foot fixed whisker pole

        All lines lead into the cockpit

        2 Barlow 27 two speed genoa winches

        2 Barlow 16 winches for halyards and main sheets

        2 Barlow 16 spinnaker winches

         

        Power, Electrical and Electronics

        2010 Yanmar 3YM30 diesel, reconditioned in 2017

        New (2019) 100 amp? alternator with Xantrex smart regulator and echo charger

        Link 10 battery monitor

        Four 6 volt ThermOil long life golf cart house batteries (2015) with watering system for house bank

        12 volt heavy duty start battery (isolated from house bank)

        1000 watt Honda generator (new in 2016) with charging cables

        30 foot shore power electrical cable can be plugged in to sealed anchor well or cockpit fittings

        100 foot three-pronged extension cord for 110 V current

        Two 85 watt solar panels mounted on hard bimini

         

        Cockpit and Stern Furnishings

        Destroyer wheel helm with Plastimo Magnetic compass on the binnacle and attached Simrad Wheel Pilot

        Fold down two leaf wooden cockpit table

        Large storage compartments below side benches and lazarette

        Emergency steering post in aft cockpit sole

        Manual bilge pump and handle on stern bench

        Four cockpit drains

        PVC tube holds 35 stern CQR anchor

        Two racks for four large fenders mounted on stern pulpit

        Boarding ladder alongside stern pulpit

        Opening gate midship in stern pulpit

        2” foam cockpit cushions on all benches

        Overboard water hose connection in port cockpit pocket

        Closed Propane locker with overboard vent

        Magma barbecue plumbed into ship's propane tank

         

        Safety Gear and other Equipment

        Emergency tiller

        Three fire extinguishers

        Two safety harnesses

        Three inflatable life vests, one with safety harness rig

        Crash bar in front of galley stove

        Webbing Jack Lines stem to stern on port and starboard

        Two safety harnesses, plus several life jackets

        Two complete sets of masks, fins and snorkels

        Four fenders in stern holder

        (Fittings for hard bimini with soft dodger and full window and screen enclosures)

        Four 30 foot docklines plus a large number of extra lines

        100 foot Jordan Series Drogue

        8 jerry cans for diesel and gas and 1 for fresh water, lashed behind? 8' fender boards at midship shrouds

        Sailrite sewing machine

         

        Dinghy

        Dinghy Tow system

        Dinghy not available

        Two Stroke15 horsepower Johnson outboard

         

         

        Summary

         

        Veleda IV is an excellent cruising vessel allowing us to enjoy full time liveaboard cruising for 20 years. It has taken us through all the Great Lakes, down the Mississppi River and across the Atlantic to Northern Europe and through the rivers of France to the Mediterranean and the Black Sea before returning across the Atlantic via the Canaries and Cape Verde Islands to spend several years in the Caribbean. It has safely taken my wife and me down the entire eastern and western seaboards, from Newfoundland to Honduras and from Glacier Bay in Alaska down to Costa Rica. Articles with Veleda have been written up in GAM and Good Old Boat, presentations have been made at the Toronto and Vancouver International Boat Shows, and the owner has written over 500 logs of our travels in her, several of which have been published in sailing magazines.
        However my wife wants to settle down up here in Northern Ontario, so our offshore passage making days are over. We wanted to bring Veleda back to Lake Huron into the North Channel Yacht Club, as we now live in Elliot Lake. With this plan we sailed up to Puerto Penasco, Mexico on the northern tip of the Sea of Cortez with the intent of shipping it to Chicago and then sailing it up to Lake Huron to enjoy it closer to home. However it is still on the hard awaiting borders to be opened. Thus if we could sell it where it is in Mexico, we would do so and buy another boat for up here. Such would also save us the shipping expense. Thus it is for sale in Mexico. If we bring it up here we will take it off the market.

         

         

        Price $20,000 US or $22,000 Cdn for private purchase in Puerto Penasco, Mexico

         

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