1964 Triangle 32' c/cockpit Ketch - $34900 (Guaymas)
engine hours (total): 2500
length overall (LOA): 39
make / manufacturer: Triangle, Tripp
model name / number: 32
propulsion type: sail
year manufactured: 1964.
Asking $34,900/ or reasonable offers.
We've outgrown this rare vessel.
We bought a bigger vessel and no one needs to own two boats.
Selling the dream!
The vessel is located in Guaymas MX. $115usd month storage.
In the sea of Cortez and blue cruise/turnkey ready.
1964 center cockpit ketch cutter rig with dual swing keel draft boards.
USCG Documented at 30' 5"
Full shoal keel at 3.5ft, forward board draws 8' and aft board draws 7'.
USCG documented #296176
Heavy displacement @8ton 9Ton GVW
After a 3 year restoration and 3 years cruising the sea of Cortez it's time to let her go.
We have over 10,000nm of open Ocean cruising and have had the chance to shakedown about everything that would or could go wrong/break.
We documented our restoration. Photos and stories can be viewed at
1" SS tube top lifeline
Harkens 2 roller furling headsail.
Hank on Inner staysail with running backstays
Winches on mainmast
New winches in cockpit
All lines led aft to cockpit
Double line reefing from cockpit and boom.
Custom teak hard dodger with safari window
Teak bump helm seat with step up lazarettes in cockpit for storage. (Needs sanding and varnish).
Helm wheel cable steering.
Dodger, Bimini with side panels (needs some new stitching on one zipper) sunbrella material good condition, only 3 years old,
Stackpacks with lazyjacks for sail management.
Full windshield and storage box cover
Aft cabin companionway cover.
Great inventory of sails:
3 year old,
8oz Marblehead dacron full batten sails.
Main, mizzen, and 110 jib,
Decksweeper inner staysail,
Extra laminate Yankee head sail #6 luff tape
1 Asymentric spinnaker with dousing sleeve.
1 symmetric spinnaker,
Spinnaker pole, stows in deck chocks
Plus all of the original sails are available to ship from Washington state.
Diesel engine: rebuilt in 2007 with approx 2500 hrs.
LPW 3-30HP LISTER/PETTER
Alpha series. Runs very well.
Added racor water/fuel separator.
Complete new fuel system from cleaning the cells to all new lines and isolator valve.
New zenith 12 transmission 3 years ago.
Many redundant parts.
2 alternators, 2 starters, liftpump,
misc filters and parts will stay with her.
Outboard engine mount on stern
225wt solar with 25amp MPPT charge controller.
1 engine battery
1 house batteries
(Needs new batteries)
15amp battery charger
75/25/10 Xantax charger inverter with remote.
2000 watt inverter
Garmin GPS 760s w/chart plotter and sea of Cortez maps
Bow rollers and 4 point anchor bridle
1 Plow anchor 40lb
1 CQR anchor 35lb
1 danforth anchor 25lb
170 ft 3/8 chain
120ft 5/16 chain
2 speed manual windlass
Boarding ladder, MOB throwable sling,
Dock lines, fenders, life jackets.
10ft Achilles inflatable plywood hard bottom.
We scratched the paint down to the teak and mahogany and finished with captain's varnish,
Added shelves to the hanging locker,
Forward is chainlocker, then an over and under v-berth with additional shelf/ child berth
Head to portside with raritan head, 14gal holding tank, macerator with y-valve and topside pump out,
Hanging closet to startboard,
Tinytot cast iron solid fuel stove with woodbox,
To strbd galley with propane 2 burner, USCG/approved solenoid and 20lb aluminum tank topside. Single sink. 7 cu ft
icebox converted to fridge with a Waco compressor unit.
Dinette to port with a unique table/cocktail table with extension that turns into a double birth and stows in the hanging closet. Large wall pantry with four compartments and a shelf behind dinette
There is an aft cabin that was originally 2 singles that we filled in and converted to full birth with storage under,
There is a crawl way beside the engine on port side that connects the dinette to the aft cabin, that is easily removed, with one wingnut, for engine maintenance,
Rewired 3 years ago
Didn't have shore power when we purchased.
Added shore power
Completely rewired 12 v house side with new homeruns, substation bladed fuse panels to breakers.
Extra circuits for expansion.
New interlux bottom paint Nov. 2018 3 coats.
We originally took the ablative paint down to fiberglass with undercoat and 5 coats of Trinadad hardshell that hasnt been breached except for 15 large blisters that we had fixed here just last year, along with a couple through-hulls that needed replaced.. at the same time we pulled the prop and replaced the cutlass bearing.
I'm sure I've missed something so please call me with any questions.
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