Irwin 37 Boats for sale
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North Bay Village, Florida
Fair condition for a 45-year old sailing cruiser. Chain plates, shrouds, backstay appear new. Running rigging seems serviceable. The cabin is clean and dry, no leaky portholes or hatches, often found on older sailboats. Engine starts right up, is loud as hell, pulls strongly. Drive engages smoothly. Steering, shift, and throttle work smoothly. No soft spots on deck or in the cabin. Spiderweb gell coat cracks visible at two stanchion bases. The boat is due for a new coat of bottom paint but gets scrubbed by a diver monthly. Stock #144869 Roomy, appealing, center cockpit cruising design, Kubota 50 horsepower motor If you are in the market for a cruiser, look no further than this 1973 Irwin 37-1, just reduced to $15,000 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in North Bay Village, Florida and is in decent condition. She is also equipped with a Perkins engine that has 1,000 hours. Reason for selling is got a larger morgan.
Port Clinton, Ohio
1982 Irwin 37-1 Same Owner Since 1978 Ketch Bow Thruster - Teak & Holly Sole Jib Boom - Jib Roller Solar Panels with Regulator This boat is on site, please call to set showing appointment. Sales office is open Monday through Saturday 9AM-5PM. Closed on Sundays.
1976 Irwin 37 KETCH Gorgeous 37 Irwin Ketch in great condition with brand new sails and new winches. This is a classic older boat and a must see if you are an Irwin enthusiast.New SailsModern winches and winch coversNew roller furlings for headsail and staysailPerkins 4108 with 6000 hours with regular 6 month oil changesWindlass with stainless plow anchor and spare danforthDockside A/C and additional Honda generator to power A/C when on the hookRefrigerator and gimbaled stoveThis boat has 4 sails, Headsail, Staysail, main and mitzenInstruction manualsAND Everything Works on this boat.
Oriental, North Carolina
Category Cruiser Motorcycles
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Whittaker Creek Yacht Harbor is please to offer this totally restored Irwin 37. with (2014) hardtop and polycarbonate pilot house sides and windshield. 30 Guage clear vinyl in Sunbrella otherwise. 360` see-through sunshade screening in pilot house. Roller furl 110% jib. Mainsail stackpack with jiffy reefing and lazy jacks. Electric windlass. Davits. Mizzen boom is also a crane for the outboard. Westerbeke 44BFour engine and transmission (2011) 8’2” Defender RIB with attached oars. (2012) 5 hp Nissan 4 cycle outboard Garmin 740s chartplotter with 36 mile integrated RADAR Raymaine Linear drive rudder quadrant autopilot interfaced with the chartplotter and a wireless remote control. Uniden submersible VHF radio with MMSI and GPS connection Horizon depth sounder Pyle marine 4 speaker AM/M/CD/MP3 (2014) Orion 9’ color TV with DVD player, digital to analog converter and remote controlled rotating antenna. (2011) 3 battery banks. 100 amp Balmar alternator with remote digital display voltage regulator and an auxiliary cooling fan in the engine room. Rutland 913 wind generator 2 x 15 amp. solar panels on hardtop 3000 watt xantrex inverter/charger with remote controller. 2000 watt Honda generator/inverter 18 gallon ‘day’ fuel tank (2014) with guage. A pump (2014) pushes fuel from the 85 gallon main tank through a Racor R25S (2011) filter to fill the day tank. The Westerbeke pulls the fuel through a Racor 500 FG filter and a Westerbeke filter. 20 gallon holding tank (2014) with a SCAD monitor (2014). Jabasco Macerator and Y valve (2011) Jabasco toilet (2011) 2 water tanks, 100 and 87 gallons Shurflo pressure demand pump (2014) through a GE Smart water “Whole House” charcoal water filter (2011). Equipment:Hot water tank (10 gals?) heated by engine or 110 AC. Norcold refrigerator with freezer – 12 volt or 110 Adler-Barbor refridgeration unit in large ice box – status unknown. Little Buddy propane heater (2011). Marine Air Systems AC/Heat Unit – 110v seawater exchanger 3 burner gimbaled Hillerange with oven. Remote electric control of propane in the locker. Stainless Steel barbeque grill. Propane operated. External mount. The box at the base of the mizzen mast holds a spare 20lb propane tank, fuel jug for generator, and 1 lb cylinders for BBQ and heater. ANCHORING Mounted on rollers at the bowsprit are a 35lb Bruce claw and a 45lb CQR plow anchors. The primary rode is 30 feet of 3/8 chain and approx 250 ft of 5/8” nylon twist braid. The secondary rode is approx 6’ of chain and 200’ of nylon twist. The stern anchor is a medium Danforth fluke with approx. 8’ of chain and150’ of rope rode. A large Danforth is in the forward hanging locker and a Lindy 48’ parachute style sea anchor is stored behind the day tank. A shurflo water pump (2011) connected to a sea water strainer (2014) connects to a hose for anchor, chain and deck washdown through the head port. BILGE PUMPS The original hand operated bilge pump was rebuilt in 2011 and works great. A Rule 370 GPH bilge pump is mounted with a float switch and wired through a lit manual and bypass switch. A short dam is installed ahead of the stuffing box and a Rule 50 GPH pump is engaged with a pull switch to pump this area. Another Rule 50 pump is in a sump box with a float switch under the shower drain. There is a bypass Tee in the raw water supply of the Westerbeke that leads into the bilge, turning the engine into another bilge pump. MISCELLANEOUS There are two electronic keypad sentry safes securely mounted with master bypass keys. There is an additional secret secured compartment. New lifelines and much of the running rigging were replaced in 2011. Prior to the 2011 re-launch, all bottom treatments were removed and the hull was treated with 5 gallons of Pettit barrier coat, 2 gallons of Pettit red non-ablative anti-fouling and 2 gallons of Pettit blue horizons ablative anti-fouling. For the 2014 launch, 3 gallons of Pettit blue horizons ablative was added. Painted teak has 2 coats of West systems epoxy, Pettit white undercoat and Pettit 3106 white semi-gloss Easypoxy. The foam in the V-Berth and seat cushions are new in 2011. Adding a twin size mattress (we used a sleep number) to the block of foam in the aft cabin makes it into a Full. There is ‘DriDek’ under all mattresses and most of the floor (2011). Resiliant flooring in the saloon in 2014. It is held in place with carpet tape and hides an 18” x 18” cover in the fuel tank and another cover at the foot of the steps for wire chase
Corpus Christi, Texas
The boat needs cosmetic work to restore to its natural beauty. The engine and air conditioner appear to work good. The electrical system and gauges work with no know issues. Seller will be sending us updates with the recent repairs he has made. Stock #188349 1976 Irwin Yacht.This is a nice spacious two cabin Irwin center cockpit ketch. If you are in the market for a ketch, look no further than this 1976 Irwin 37, just reduced to $22,500 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Corpus Christi, Texas and is in decent condition. She is also equipped with a Yanmar engine that has only 95 hours. Reason for selling is health reasons.
Key West, Florida
Category Sloop Sailboats
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Condition: The owner currently lives on this classic Irwin Yachts sloop in one on the best full service gated marinas that Key West has to offer. The lease on his slip can be taken over for $1,000.00 a month which gives you full access to the pool, restaurant, exercise room, restrooms, free laundry facilities, sauna, ship store and high speed wifi is installed through out the marina. This 37 foot vessel is ready for you to move in with a 16,000 BTU central air condition system ( Pompanette Air Systems AC16KLH120-MK1) to keep you cool during the summer months. It has two cabins each with its own head and hot shower. The main head in the bow has an automatic flush while the stern head is a pump flush. The galley has a Origo alcohol/electric stove top, microwave and a fridge/freezer. The cabin is outfitted with molded liners, wood, vinyl and mica trim and appointments throughout. Aft to main cabin with seating, storage, galley to stbd nav station to port and passage aft portside to owners cabin with double berth, storage and enclosed head. Vessel completed last marine survey in Aug 2014. She is considered current for insurance purposes. Features:Perkins 50 4.108 diesel engine55 gallon fuel tankmainsail and 1-140 genoa2 plow anchorsMagna BBQ pitStainless davit systemplenty of storageself bailing cockpit with two recessed drainstwo automatic bildge pumpsteak toe rail cap, drip moldings and grab railschain locker in bowfive cabin hatcheswelded bowsprit with anchor roller chock187 gallon fresh water tankpressure hot and cold waterbattery chargerbattery selectorplenty of AC outletsshoal keel w/4' draftRitchie Stainless Steel Binnacle Mount CompassCetrek Depth, Speed and Wind gauges (currently not hooked up)VHF Radio4 Adult, 1 Child PDF vests1 horn, 2 whistles, 3 fire extinguishers1 type IV throwing device1 MARPOL sticker1 oil discharge plaque1 1000 watt inverter1 battery charger1 Sony AM/FM/CD player1 20" TV w/DVD player See specs and review at Irwin, BoatUS and SailNet:http://www.boatus.com/boatreviews/sail/Irwin37.asphttp://www.sailnet.com/boatchk/showproduct.php?product=917http://irwinyachts.com/Centercockpitfiles/I37MkV/I37MkVpg2.jpg
Long Beach, California
1976 Irwin Ketch The Irwin 37 a roomy, appealing, center cockpit cruising design introduced in 1971. Great boat for cruising to Mexico and coastal islands. Well equipped for your journey. Clearly the strongest point of the Irwin 37 is its layout, livability and considerable storage offered on a 37' boat. The layout of the 37 generally remained unchanged throughout it's production. There is a spacious aft cabin reached via a port side passageway from the mid-cabin main saloon, a separate galley to starboard and aft of the main saloon and a v-berth stateroom forward. There are two heads one next to the aft stateroom and one between the main saloon and forward stateroom. Large comfortable berths and spacious cabins make this a very comfortable boat dockside and at anchor.
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1976 Irwin Yachts 37 MK3 Center Cockpit GENERAL DESCRIPTION: In Great Condition. Ready to Travel. Coastal Cruiser or Liveaboard. Maintained in Strict non-smoking environment. MOST Improvements and Upgrades are LESS than 4 years old. VESSEL: Make - Irwin Type - Ketch Manf - 1976 USCG Documented Loa - 40' Lod - 37' Beam - 11'6" Depth - 4'/8' Keel - Swing Weight - 20,000 # Center Cockpit Engine - Diesel, Perkins, 4-108, 49HP HISTORY: Only 3 previous owners. ALL Fresh Water use except last few years in Chesapeake Bay FEATURES: Clean, Spacious, Functional Layout. BELOW DECK: 2 Complete Forward and Aft Staterooms each with Head 2 Complete Heads including shower, sink, toilet, storage Sleeps 6 with comfort Teak and Holly Sole Natural Wood Interiors Large, Comfortable, Saloon Offers Center Center Facing Settee's Storage below and behind Saloon Settee's
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Significant price-drop, just in time for your SUMMER CRUISE! down $10k... owner not anymore actively cruising, so realizes it should go NOW to next adventurer! This boat has ALL the gear for long-distance proper voyaging... she's got a perfect "self-sufficient" set-up for Sea-of-Cortez overwintering (she's done it before!) Built for the Caribbean charter trade to the specifications of Stephen Lang, this vessel is similar to Irwin 37's -- yes, this one was also built by Ted Irwin's crew, but to significantly stronger scantlings AND much better interior trim. Center-Cockpit design gives two separated staterooms, two heads... and salon with in-the-corner galley and large in-passageway navigation center. This one has been seriously upgraded with LOTS of long-distance cruising gear! Watermaker, newer yanmar diesel, TWO high-frequency radios ("ham" set, also marine SSB), radar and chartplotter, autopilot, very stout davits to store big inflatable dinghy, FIVE anchors (!), and a robust upgraded 12v and 110v electrical system... hidden genset, and huge inverter! A substantial and comfortable home, where-ever she's anchored... Baja? Tahiti? this one will get you there AND papmer you once you're settled in....
Gig Harbor, Washington
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Built for the Caribbean charter trade to the specifications of Stephen Lang, this vessel is similar to Irwin 37's -- yes, this one was also built by Ted Irwin's crew, but to significantly stronger scantlings AND much better interior trim. Center-Cockpit design gives two separated staterooms, two heads... and salon with in-the-corner galley and large in-passageway navigation center. This one has been seriously upgraded with LOTS of long-distance cruising gear! Watermaker, newer yanmar diesel, TWO high-frequency radios ("ham" set, also marine SSB), radar and chartplotter, autopilot, very stout davits to store big inflatable dinghy, FIVE anchors (!), and a robust upgraded 12v and 110v electrical system... hidden genset, and huge inverter! A substantial and comfortable home, where-ever she's anchored... Baja? Tahiti? this one will get you there AND papmer you once you're settled in.... http://www.yachtworld.com/core/listing/pl_boat_full_detail.jsp?slim=broker&boat_id=2633021&ybw=&hosturl=gigharbor&&ywo=gigharbor&&units=Feet&access=Public&listing_id=980&url=&hosturl=gigharbor&&ywo=gigharbor&