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Irwin Mk Iii Boats for sale
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1988 Irwin MK III This is a project boat for the ambitious person who enjoys restoring boats. She has been on the hard for several years and has not been attended to. Photos in this listing are not representative of the current condition. Seller has no plans for future usage; wants boat sold! ALL offers will be communicated to the seller.
Punta Gorda, Florida
1990 Irwin 43 Mk III An exciting balance of sailing performance and spacious, comfortable accommodations the Irwin 43 MK III moves and sails easily and "Conch Clipper is a Fine Example of these popular vessels. The sloop rigged Irwin 43 has a winged keel bolted to molded keel boss. The interior is designed to surround you with luxury as is evident with the large settees, the tasteful use of teak, the liquor cabinet, large berths, and private shower stalls. "Conch Clipper" is a Luxurious Center Cockpit cruiser that has been continually upgraded by its current owner and is ready for its new owners to head off into the sunset. Here are just some of the Key Features on this Irwin 43 MK III: Seven tempered glass fixed Panoramic Windows for abundant light below decks and abundant opening hatches and port-lights provide plenty of ventilation NEW 2016 Doyle Durasail Mainsail with two reef points Stack Pack with Lazy jacks new in 2008 Raymarine C 80 Chartplotter/Radar with AIS and a Garmin 2010 Chartplotter both at the helm Two NEW 2014 and 2016 Dometic Air Conditioners NEW August 2015 Trojan 6 volt batteries for the house bank NEW 2014 Adler Barbour Refrigeration EcH2O 20 GPH Watermaker NEW June 2016 Bimini and Dodger and a full Isinglass Enclosure for the cockpit NEW in 2014 NEW 2012 U-Line Ice Maker/Freezer Air Breeze
New Bern, North Carolina
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"Nirvana", a 1987 43 foot Irwin Mk III, has had only two owners within the same family since her purchase. She has always been sailed a lot and regular maintenance performed to insure great cruising reliability. Never neglected, she has been hauled every year for below waterline maintenance. "Nirvana" has had many significant replacements that will save her new owner a lot of money and worry for the future cruising years. Consider these recent significant replacements and upgrades: -2009 New 75 hp Yanmar 4 cylinder turbodiesel(New exhaust hose, waterlift muffler, seacock, and thruhull fitting). -2014 New stainless steel rubrail portside -2013 New shrouds, backstay, forestay, and topping lift -2013 New vhf antenna, masthead light, anchor light and spreader light -2013 All diesel fuel was removed from the 105 gal tank and the tank thoroughly cleaned to remove all foreign matter. New fuel was added -2012 New 9 oz fully battened Mainsail with two reef points -2012 Two new 8D heavy duty batteries -2011 New Cruisair 12000 btu digital reverse cycle ac/heat -2011 New Charles Battery charger (35 amp HQ series) -2010 New 8.3 oz jib with navy sumbrella uv cover -2010 New rudder bearing -2009 New Navy sumbrella bimini, dodger with full enclosure -2009 Mainsail Mackpack with lazy jacks -2005 Garmin GPSMAP chartplotter(color graphics) -2004 dripless packing gland -2004 New Steering cables and Teflon coated conduit -2004 New stainless steel shaft -2004 New cutlass bearing -2003 New life lines -2001 Waeco refrigeration As a minimum haulout every year means sanding the bottom and application of three gallons of antifouling paint. The topsides are polished with 3M Marine Compound and Finishishing Material and protected with two coats of wax to keep that new boat shine on the gelcoat. New zincs are installed. Inspection of the cutlass bearing and rudder bearing is performed with replacement if necessary. All running rigging has been replaced within the last five years. The brightwork on the deck is varnished and beautiful. Most surfaces have six coats. When you go below decks you won't get that old boat mildew smell because she is used often, well ventilated, and the central heat and air conditioning system is used throughout the year for proper climate control. Most of the teak surfaces(bulkheads, doors, and trim) are also finished with several coats of varnish to seal and protect the wood. The cabin sole is also varnished throughout the vessel. More specific information and pictures will soon follow this listing.