The owner bought this boat in 2016
General condition and any additional information
Great Deal on a Great Good Old Boat!
Call or email before boat is put on the cradle.
Next spring will re-list for $14,000.
AUTUMN SPECIAL: Price Reduced to $10,000 (from $14,000) to find new owner before fall. (This is $5,000 below BUC Value) Great Buy for a Great Boat. Includes free slip/dock for rest of season. Must sell due to health. Recent Survey available. Call or email soon.
You won’t find this much boat in such good condition for a price like this. Fandango is in the water and ready to sail. She is a graceful and classic Cal 34 deck-stepped sloop, designed by C. William Lapworth for Jensen Marine. She is a strong, safe, comfortable cruiser/racer that can sleep six. The interior has a spacious and bright cabin with galley and table, a large double V-berth, two quarter berths and the large settee converts into a double berth. The cushions are new. She’s been great for weekends and extended trips in the Apostle Islands and beyond.
She is solid and stable in big winds and waves, yet quick and responsive at the helm. Full set of sails for both cruising, heavy seas, and racing. Solid fiberglass hull and deck with integral keel (no keel bolts). Professionally maintained and many upgrades including new cushions, teak interior and brightwork, sails and rigging, AC and DC electrical systems, engine fuel tank and lines, re-gelcoated, head/toilet and holding tank, solar collector, etc.
This Classic has been much loved and will last another 50 years. The owners are selling due to health issues. Free slip at beautiful Schooner Bay Marina, in the heart of the Apostle Islands, for rest of season. Shes ready for a summer of fun, are you? Contact owner for more information, photos and a complete list of specs and equipment
LOCATION OF BOAT
Schooner Bay Marina, Bayfield, WI
Extra gear included
Price: $10,000 (Autumn Special: Now Reduced to $10,000;
(was $14,000 == now $5,000 below BUC Value)
Year: 1969, CAL 34 #211 (all freshwater use)
Builder: Jensen Marine/Cal Boats
Designer: William Lapworth
Length (LOA): 34 feet
Length (LWL): 26 feet
Ballast: 3,750 (Fully molded, integral keel: no keel bolts to maintain)
Engine: Atomic 4, 30hp – Universal Model UJ5, with Walter V-Drive Transmission.
Fuel: Gas (with new Moeller Fuel Tank and lines).
Keel Type: Trapezoidal fin, spade rudder
Sail Area: Specs: 515 sq. ft. (see below for full inventory of 7 Sails, all in good condition).
Steering Type: Edson Wheel in Cockpit, with radial quadrant drive at rudder head.
Hull Const: Fiberglass (Hull is solid, thick, heavy fiberglass). Integral Keel and Bilge (no keel bolts).
Hull Color: White (with New Gelcoat) and Green Stripes (top and waterline)
New Gel Coat, Topside Paint and Bottom Paint (cost: $6500.00)
Sleeps six – with double vee-berth, two quarter berths, and large settee/table converts into double berth.
New Cushions and Coverings with Nautical Design (professionally cleaned)
MAIN CABIN, GALLEY, AND HEAD
Galley: located on Starboard side, includes stainless steel sink, top loading icebox, dish cabinets, stove/storage cabinet (using portable butane stove).
Cabin Settee/Table: U-shaped seating on Port side, with new cushions.
Head/Bathroom: located between v-berth and main cabin, with privacy doors, includes sink and hanging rack (on portside) and toilet (to starboard)
*New Raitan, manual-flush toilet and holding tank.
*Freshwater Tank with 12V Pressure Pump (Tank: 23 gallons, under V-berth)
*Solar Vents: located in main cabin, head, and v-berth.
SPARS AND RIGGING
Rig Type: Mast-topped Sloop (with adjustable back stay tensioner)
Stays and Lifelines: all stainless-steel wire (1x19)
Spar Material: Aluminum
Furling System: 150 % Genoa Roller Furling (North Sails/Harken #1 series roller furling with headstay).
Spinnaker with pole.
Winches: Four in Cockpit including two Barient #22 with Wincher Trailers and two Barient #16; One on Cabin Top including Barient 10; and Two on Mast (Lewmar #16).
Reefing Systems: Mast Reefing with Cringles/Hooks and Famet roller reefing boom.
Traveler with Main Sheet: Yes, Harken, on aft cockpit.
Storm Tri-Sail Track: Separate on Mast.
SAIL AND CANVAS INVENTORY
Roller Furling Genoa: Hood, 155% #1 4.8 dacron, with UV Cover on leech and foot.
Main: Fully battened. Hood/NorthSails, 6.8 oz dacron
Spinnaker with pole: Hood, 1.2 nylon
Storm tri sail: Hood, 6.2 dacron with separate track on mast
Working jib: Hood, 5.6 dacron
Storm Jib: Hood, 6.8 oz dacron
New Dodger (Green, with stainless steel frame)
Sail Covers (Green, also matches Hull Stripes, top and bottom)
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT (HELM AND NAVIGATION)
(12 Volt System with Distribution panel on aft bulkhead)
Batteries: Dual Bank - Deep Cycle Group 34 AGM Batteries, Die-Hard Platinum.
Battery Charger, via alternator, (Guest Pro Model #1610 - Three Stage/Automatic)
Solar Panel with Battery 12 Volt Converter/Inverter
Battery Test Gauge/Meter -Professional Mariner
Depth Sounder (thru-hull) - Horizon
Marine Radar (SI-TEC T-180, 32 Mile Range)
VHF Radio: West Marine VHF 550 with VHF Mast-top Antenna
AM/FM Radio and CD Player
GPS Chartplotter: Standard Horizon (CP 150 model P1LH100GSD2)
Knot Meter: Horizon Standard
Wind Meter: Horizon
Compass: 5” Danforth, Constellation, mounted in pedestal binnacle.
A.C. Electrical Systems - 30 Amp-120 Volt System
Distribution Panel and Breakers on Aft Bulkhead, GFFCI equipped 110V outlets.
Marinco connection and 50’ cord
Pedestal Wheel Steering (with Danforth Constellation Compass)
Anchor System with Delta Fast Set Anchor, chain and lines, with chain/line locker.
Dodger (Green, with stainless steel frame)
Sail Covers (Green, matches Hull Stripes, top and bottom)
Safety and other Equipment:
Life-lines, and bow and stern safety pulpits.
Fire Extinguishers (all new) with Engine Fire Suppression System.
Distress Equip: Flares, Bull Horn and Bell
Bilge Pumps: (Primary electrical, plus 2 emergency, hand operated Whaler Gushers (#10)
Shore Power Cord and Connection.
Assorted Items (many other items for sailing/boating (e.g. fenders, lines, winches, etc.)
Improvements to the hull, deck, rigging, engine, or interior
Professionally maintained and many upgrades including new cushions, teak interior and brightwork, sails and rigging, AC and DC electrical systems, engine fuel tank and lines, re-gelcoated, head/toilet and holding tank, solar collector, etc.