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1978 Kelly Peterson Kelly Peterson 44

1978 Kelly Peterson Kelly Peterson 44

$5,000

Bronx, New York

Year 1978

Make Kelly Peterson

Model Kelly Peterson 44

Category Cruiser Sailboats

Length 44

Posted Over 1 Month

We sailed this legendary blue water cruiser from St Croix to New York city in late spring 2020. We then began stripping her down for a refit. Now partners have moved away and the boat needs to change hands. The hull is amazing. One look and you know she will sail anywhere in the world, and quickly. The center cockpit design is wonderful to sail and the aft captains cabin and private head are a very welcome feature. She's been repowered with a rebuild Perkins 4-164 that runs like a tank, we averaged 0.78 gallons per hour on the last crossing. Comes with all standing and moving rigging, some is old and some is less old, but it's all there. Same with the sails. I believe we have 90% of the deck hardware as well. A couple of the stanchions need replacing and the traveler needs to be rebuilt. All winches are in tact and most recently rebuilt. We have stripped the bulkheads from the V-berth to the salon, as well as the chainplate stringers. New stringers have been begun but need to be finished. Needs forward bulkheads done, floor stringers and flooring, fuel and water tankage, and could use new electrical. We have three batteries aboard but our plan was to completely overhaul the electrical system so thats what we recommend. You can rebuild to the original floorplan or go custom for your intended use as was our plan. There is a 40-45 gal fuel tank in her now, originally she was set up for 117 gal fuel and 132 gal water. Decks have been sanded and patched, ready for paint. Portlights have been removed and we began cleaning and refitting them. They will need to be cleaned up and refit. The Port side caprail was removed and will need to be replaced. The boat comes with a lot of solid mahogany, marine ply, and MDO for rebuilding. This boat is PERFECT for you if: - You want a bulletproof and fast blue water, open ocean cruiser - You have more know-how than cash - You are comfortable fiberglassing We literally have most of the material on board for the rebuild. You will need tools and a place to keep her on the hard for a coupe months while you finish her up.

1979 Kelly Peterson Formosa 46

1979 Kelly Peterson Formosa 46

$99,900

Rockport, Texas

Year 1979

Make Kelly Peterson

Model Formosa 46

Category Cruiser

Length 46

Posted 1 Month Ago

A little cleaning and decor and this Kelly Peterson Formosa is ready to hit the ocean! Adventure Awaits! Stock #339690 Big cruiser with three cabins! Set sail on a bluewater adventure!! The 1979 Kelly Peterson Formosa 46 is a classic sailing yacht that holds a special place in the hearts of sailing enthusiasts. This offshore cruising vessel was designed by renowned naval architect Doug Peterson and built by the Formosa Boat Building Company in Taiwan during the heyday of the cruising sailboat industry. With a length overall of 46 feet and a beam of 13.3 feet, the Kelly Peterson Formosa 46 boasts a robust and seaworthy design. Its full-keel configuration and heavy displacement contribute to its stability and ability to handle various weather conditions. The hull is constructed of fiberglass, known for its durability and low maintenance requirements. One of the distinguishing features of the Kelly Peterson Formosa 46 is its timeless and elegant lines. The boat's traditional sheer line, graceful overhangs, and teak accents on the deck and cabin contribute to its classic appearance. The raised aft deck and low-slung cabin house give it a distinctive profile that stands out in any marina or anchorage. The interior of the Kelly Peterson Formosa 46 is designed with comfort and livability in mind. It features a spacious main salon with a dining area, a well-equipped galley, and ample storage space throughout. The layout includes three private cabins, providing accommodation for a small crew or a family. The warm teak joinery and traditional finishes create a cozy and inviting atmosphere below decks. On deck, the Kelly Peterson Formosa 46 offers a spacious cockpit that provides a secure and comfortable area for sailing and socializing. The wide side decks and high bulwarks make moving around the boat safe and easy, and the well-protected cockpit provides excellent visibility for the helmsperson. The sail plan consists of a cutter rig with a mainmast positioned aft and a shorter mast forward, allowing for versatile sail configurations to suit different wind conditions. Although the Kelly Peterson Formosa 46 was produced during the late 1970s and early 1980s, its classic design and timeless appeal have ensured its enduring popularity among cruising sailors. It remains a cherished choice for those seeking a comfortable and reliable yacht capable of taking them on memorable voyages around the world. Reason for selling is not using enough.

1979 Kelly Peterson Formosa 46

1979 Kelly Peterson Formosa 46

$99,900

Rockport, Texas

Year 1979

Make Kelly Peterson

Model Formosa 46

Category Cruiser

Length 46

Posted 1 Month Ago

A little cleaning and decor and this Kelly Peterson Formosa is ready to hit the ocean! Adventure Awaits! Stock #339690 Big cruiser with three cabins! Set sail on a bluewater adventure!! The 1979 Kelly Peterson Formosa 46 is a classic sailing yacht that holds a special place in the hearts of sailing enthusiasts. This offshore cruising vessel was designed by renowned naval architect Doug Peterson and built by the Formosa Boat Building Company in Taiwan during the heyday of the cruising sailboat industry. With a length overall of 46 feet and a beam of 13.3 feet, the Kelly Peterson Formosa 46 boasts a robust and seaworthy design. Its full-keel configuration and heavy displacement contribute to its stability and ability to handle various weather conditions. The hull is constructed of fiberglass, known for its durability and low maintenance requirements. One of the distinguishing features of the Kelly Peterson Formosa 46 is its timeless and elegant lines. The boat's traditional sheer line, graceful overhangs, and teak accents on the deck and cabin contribute to its classic appearance. The raised aft deck and low-slung cabin house give it a distinctive profile that stands out in any marina or anchorage. The interior of the Kelly Peterson Formosa 46 is designed with comfort and livability in mind. It features a spacious main salon with a dining area, a well-equipped galley, and ample storage space throughout. The layout includes three private cabins, providing accommodation for a small crew or a family. The warm teak joinery and traditional finishes create a cozy and inviting atmosphere below decks. On deck, the Kelly Peterson Formosa 46 offers a spacious cockpit that provides a secure and comfortable area for sailing and socializing. The wide side decks and high bulwarks make moving around the boat safe and easy, and the well-protected cockpit provides excellent visibility for the helmsperson. The sail plan consists of a cutter rig with a mainmast positioned aft and a shorter mast forward, allowing for versatile sail configurations to suit different wind conditions. Although the Kelly Peterson Formosa 46 was produced during the late 1970s and early 1980s, its classic design and timeless appeal have ensured its enduring popularity among cruising sailors. It remains a cherished choice for those seeking a comfortable and reliable yacht capable of taking them on memorable voyages around the world. Reason for selling is not using enough.