1970 Columbia 43 sailboat for sale in California

1970 Columbia 43 sailboat for sale in California1970 Columbia 43 sailboat for sale in California1970 Columbia 43 sailboat for sale in California1970 Columbia 43 sailboat for sale in California1970 Columbia 43 sailboat for sale in California1970 Columbia 43 sailboat for sale in California


12′ 4′
Description: “Fellowship is a One-Of-A-Kind Columbia, truly! Look at her pictures and read the list of improvements below, and you will see why she truly is unique. According to the broker who sold us the boat, the previous owner spent in excess of $100,000 in upgrades and renovations. Here is a partial list:
1. Reconfigured transom, cut-away for stern boarding
2. Davits
3. Solar panels
4. Relocated winches for single-handing from the wheel
5. Redesigned “blister” housetop with ‘eyebrow’ and windows.
6. Mast pulpits
7. Relocated foredeck escape hatch over the head.
8. 4ft. teak and stainless bow pulpit w/seat. Two anchor rollers.
9. Deck re-cored, thicker (1-1/4″)
10. Windlass mounted in chain locker The foredeck is completely free of any stumbling hazards, its huge.
11. 4″ teak rub rail
12. Teak & holly sole
13. Redesigned head utilizing the stbd hanging locker. Big.
14. Independently controlled ceiling lights everywhere
15. Custom ceiling headliner w/ teak accents
16. Custom built-in tv/stereo cabinet and speakers
17. Galley cabinets remodeled
18. New Keel bolts, original ones left in place
19. Bypass valve from sea suction allows fresh water flushing and treating for storage etc.
20. Hull re-gelcoated

These are the main improvements which were made, and were done professionally and with excellent quality.

What she needs:
Minor elect. Someone who knows what they are doing needs to go through the charging/inverting/ solar/ switching etc. Currently only charging by solar panels.
Pull the mast and check all sheaves and lighting etc.
Check out the refrig. system.
All new sail covers, dodger and cockpit cushions.
Bottom painted last summer.

This boat has the potential to be a wonderful cruiser with a little sweat and not a lot of money invested. She sails great, in little wind, very maneuverable, points high, and rides wonderfully. We lived and cruised aboard a 44′ Seawolf for 8 years. Had planned to sail Fellowship to the Philippines. Ah well! Give a look and call any time and we can yak> Thanks, Scott and

Equipment: 1. 120%roller furling jib, and main sail.
2. Additional sail inventory
3. Two mounted VHF’s, nav. station & cockpit
4. SSB & tuner
5. Two auto-pilots: wheel and hydraulic
6. Furuno radar
7. Forward-looking sonar
8. Depth-speed log
9. wind direction/speed
10. Adler Barbour refrig.
11. 8ft. Achilles dinghy
12. 5 hp. Nissan outboard
13. Propane three burner stove/oven
14. Dodger
15. 6 6v. batts. & 1 12v.
16. Water heater: 110v & eng.
masthead sloop

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