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Misty #39

Owners : Charles & Julia Miller Home Port: Bellingham, WA (San Juan Islands north of Seattle) Charles lives in Tallahassee, FL where he sails Evergreen a Tartan 34C. Prior Names: Unknown. Sailing/Exterior Interior
Features: Full Keel Same interior layout as the rest of the P-385's however different woodwork. The biggest production difference, is the teak rubrail (not toe rail) to protect the sides of the hull. Re-powered in 2001 with a new Yanmar Diesel (56HP 4JH3E). The contractor had to build up the fiberglass bed under the engine and mounted two large aluminum bars on top of the bed in order to mount the new engine. Engine was aligned and he is working out some shaft wobble. Prop is over 5 inches from the aft end of the strut and he is shortening the shaft to 3" to reduce vibration and adding a three bladed Max-Prop. See Photos of the new engine in the interior photos. Hull Specifications * Off-white center cockpit sloop w/ blue stripes * Designed by Bill Shaw * Skeg hung rudder * Stretched fin keel; Draft: 5’6" * 1987 * LOA: 38’ 4" Beam: 11’7" LWL: 30’0" * Displacement: 19,100 Ballast: 8,200 Engine & Electrical 56 HP Yanmar Diesel (4JH3E) repowered 2001. * Original engine: 40 HP Perkins six cylinder diesel engine (4108) * Cruises 7 knots @ 2,000 RPM; 1 gal/hr * Range: 315 NM * 2 six volt batteries in series for house batteries, plus engine starting battery * Heart Interface battery charger * 12V to 110V inverter for 110v available under sail * AM/FM cassette stereo * Shorepower * 12V "cigarette lighter" cellular plug Accomodations * Sleeps 7 in 3 doubles and 1 single * Private stateroom forward and aft * two heads * Two showers (separate shower aft) * Webasto diesel forced air cabin heat with thermostat * 6’4" headroom, 6’4’ berths Galley * L shaped galley w/ large SS sink, icebox drain pump * Well-insulated refrigeration (can run continuously) * H/C pressure water with six gallon hot water tank, heated by engine or shorepower; cold water foot pump * 3 burner gimballed propane stove and oven * Marinetics safety propane solenoid; sniffer w/ alarm * Two aluminum propane tanks in vented well * SS BBQ on stern with hose feed from 2nd tank * Microwave operates under sail, as do 110V outlets Navigation * Ritchie compass * VHF * Integrated GPS, radar, and electronic chart plotter, can swing into companionway for cockpit readout * Digital depthsounder * Digital knotmeter * Masthead fly * Stand up nav station Mast, Sails, Rigging & Deck * Sail area: 612 sq ft * Double jiffy reefs, pre-rigged * Fully battened main with lazy jacks * Two speed Lewmar self-tailing primary winches * Boom vang * 135% genoa on Hood Sea Furl Roller Furling * Fiberglass dodger, heavy duty high visibility plastic windshield * Bruce primary anchor on bow; Danforth secondary * Electric anchor windlass * All chain rode marked with paint at 20’ intervals * Secondary anchor has 20’ chain, nylon rode * 10’ inflatable Achilles dinghy Comments Very spacious sloop that sails surprisingly well in both heavy and light air. Well balanced. Very little torque in reverse. Comfortable, spacious cockpit with custom cockpit cushions and custom back rests. Attractive fiberglass dodger. Consistently popular charter boat   Tankage * Fuel: 45 gallons * Water: 150 gallons in 3 fiberglass tanks * Holding: 25 gallons with emergency electric overboard pump with timer; Y valve; deck pumpout