"PANACEA" Basic Specifications W32 #714 - 1978 kit boat, launched in 1980 HULL Number WSSK 0714 0578 California Registration Number CF-0402-GJ
Beam 11'- 0"
Displacement 20,000 lbs.
Ballast 7,000 lbs.
Sail Area: 663 Sq. Ft.
Engine: Volvo MD-11C
Fuel Type: Diesel
Fuel Tank Capacity:
Water Tank Capacity:
One piece hull from modified mold; delivered with factory installed epoxy/polyester bonded 3-piece lead ballast, deck, floor liner & engine room liner/pan, standing & running rigging, hatches, cap-rails, rub-rails, stanchions, bowsprit, boomkin, chainplates & hawse pipes.
Finished by owners - complete list of components, gear & additional photos by request.
Panacea was launched in 1980; we lived aboard for five years and have sailed her in southern California coastal water exclusively.
She is comfortable for a couple with large settee in main salon for an occasional guest.
Open interior main salon with galley and chart table
Large dinette, port side with 7 foot settee starboard
Forward berth, port side sleeps two, small seat opposite with hanging locker & drawers
Pilot berth, starboard of cockpit
Deck & Hull:
Hull insulated with high density foam, covered with fiberglass or cedar ceilings
Teak sole and trims, Peruvian cedar ceilings and trims; eggshell finish V32 laminate on overhead
Ivory & Camel color gel-coat; teak cap rails, rub rails, hatches and boom gallows
Compass starboard side of companionway, opening port over galley (reverse of standard)
Aluminum mast, main boom and self-tending staysail boom- LeFiell Mfg/Westsail
Tabernacle mast and hinge step, tabernacle bow pulpit (mast cradle)
Black anodized aluminum tracks on cap rails, blocks and tracks Schaefer Marine
Main, self-tending staysail and yankee jib -Westsail Sails
Samson braid lines
Jib winches: Two Barient #28 two-speed self-tailing stainless, single and double handles
Custom stainless winch mounts, Swiss-Dane Metal-Works, US
Halyard winches: Three Barlow #16 bronze one-speed
Danforth 35H High Tensile anchor & 40# fluke type anchor
100' - 3/8" BBB galvanized chain with oversize links both ends
Family and health issues require more attention and Panacea receives less attention than we would like and finding a good home for her is our goal in selling. She will need some finishing touches and maintenance before she is ready to sail again.
Windward Marina slip, Marina del Rey, CA
$19,000. She is being sold as is, where is.