1977 Baba 30 Cutter – 30ft – REDUCED PRICE


1977 Baba 30 Cutter – 30ft – REDUCED PRICE

  • Price: CAD$49900
  • Class: Cutter
  • Type: Sail
  • Year: 1977
  • Make: Baba
  • Condition: Used
  • Length: 30ft
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass

Yacht Details

BASICS Year 1977 Make Baba Model 30 Cutter Class Cutter Length 30.50ft Fuel Type Diesel Hull Material Fiberglass

DESCRIPTION 1977 Baba 30 cutter Robert Perry, the designer of this fine yacht, is one of the best known and prolific American designers and has become one of the leaders of performance-oriented cruising yachts. Built by Ta Shing, the Baba 30 was the first boat they built, but it was previously built by Shing Sheng Ltd, both in Taiwan. The Baba 30 is a cutter rig with a canoe stern and bow sprit. Considered a great offshore boat for the solo skipper, she sleeps 4 in a lush double cabin with 6’8” headroom (double forepeak, settee & quarter berth). Built from 1977 to 1985 there were 230 hulls built. Laden with teak, the traditionalist loves this boat, and they love the increased displacement for offshore conditions. The rig is that of a cutter with 504 working sail area. The hull features a long bow overhang and gradual sloping forefoot and long keel. The rudder is protected with an aperture for the propeller. The joinery work above and below decks is superb.

CONTACT INFORMATION Please contact Larry Glowasky at 1-250-655-0996

OTHER DETAILS Accommodation is provided for 4 persons in a 1-cabin layout. The forward cabin has a full width vee berth and overhead deck hatch. The vessel has a marine head with shower. The saloon has fore and aft port and starboard settees and folding table aft of the bulkhead. Outboard of the settees, storage lockers line the saloon. The companionway has stairs attached to the engine cover with galley to port and navigation station to starboard. Espar D4WSC hydronic Interior heating system. Galley Gimbaled Hillerange Stainless Steel 3-burner stove with oven Double Stainless Steel galley sink with hot and cold faucet Counter accessed fridge-freezer Ample Storage and Prep-surfaces LED lighting Electronics Compass - Ritchie Power damp brand mounted at binnacle. Standard horizon Quest. Ram remote. Standard horizon HX150. Raymarine C-80 Plotter/GPS Raymarine closed array Radar Tubular, mast mount Radar Reflector Compressed air sound signal Raymarine 4000+ Autopilot Raymarine ST 60+ Tri-data Speed/Depth/Log Raymarine ST 60+ Windspeed / Direction Masthead Windex Clarion M455A brand located at Navigation station with 2-surface mount saloon speakers Electrical 2 - 30- amp/125-volt power cords (approximately 50' lengths) 1 - 12-volt starting battery 2 - 6-volt house batteries 110-volt True Charge 20 smart charger 2 - 100-watt solar panels Deck 35 lb. galvanized CQR type anchor 100´ - of 5/16˝- galvanized chain 150 ´ length of ⅝˝ three strand anchor rode Lofrens horizontal sprit mounted windlass with cockpit control switch. Force-10 BBQ

FEATURES Electrical Equipment Shore Power Inlet ✓ Electronics Depthsounder ✓ Radar ✓ Radar Detector ✓ Wind Speed and Direction ✓ Plotter ✓ Autopilot ✓ Radio ✓ Compass ✓ VHF ✓ Inside Equipment Electric Bilge Pump ✓ Oven ✓ Manual Bilge Pump ✓ Marine Head ✓ Heating ✓ Hot Water ✓ Refrigerator ✓ Battery Charger ✓ Outside Equipment Radar Reflector ✓ Solar Panel ✓ Cockpit Table ✓ Swimming Ladder ✓ Rigging Steering Wheel ✓ Sails Storm Jib ✓ Genoa ✓

PROPULSION Engine Make Yanmar Engine Model 3YM30 Total Power 30hp Engine Type Inboard Drive Type Direct Drive Fuel Type Diesel Propeller Type 3 Blade Propeller Material Bronze

SPECIFICATIONS Dimensions Length Overall 34.5ft Length on Deck 29.5ft Max Draft 4.67ft Beam 10.33ft Length at Waterline 24.5ft Miscellaneous Windlass Electric Windlass Electrical Circuit 12V Tanks Fresh Water Tank 70 Gal (Stainless Steel) Fuel Tank 30 Gal (Steel) Holding Tank 16 Gal (Plastic) Accommodations Single Berths 2 Double Berths 1 Cabins 1 Heads 1

DISCLAIMER The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.