Solo - Price Reduced
TYPE: Flybridge Cruiser
BUILDER: Lee S. Wilbur Co.
BUILDER: Lee S. Wilbur Co.
HULL MAT: Fiberglass
DISPL.: 20,000 lbs.
ENGINE: Single Diesel
MODEL: Cat 3208TA
LOCATION: Satellite Beach, Florida
DISPL.: 20,000 lbs.
ENGINE: Single Diesel
MODEL: Cat 3208TA
LOCATION: Satellite Beach, Florida
THIS PROVEN LONG RANGER IS READY NOW!
DESCRIPTION: SOLO is a well-equipped 34 Wilbur Flybridge Cruiser with extended cabin and flybridge extension over cockpit. The cockpit cover is also used for carrying the dinghy. This 34 is one of only a few built in a galley-up configuration, with the normal galley area used for a large desk (or navigation station). SOLO was built by Lee Wilbur for the present owner, who chose the equipment based on years of cruising experience. The Caterpillar has been maintained carefully, with the oil at every change analyzed by the Caterpillar laboratory. All maintenance records are available. An extensive collection of spares for almost every system on the boat will be included. SOLO was the Lee S. Wilbur Co. showboat at the 1994 Miami Boat Show. The present owner is retiring from cruising after 38 years on the water.
HULL & DECK: Extended cabin; flybridge extension to form cockpit cover; 2002 Hinckley Green (H4024) Awlgrip on hull; 2002 off-white (G8010) Awlgrip on cabin, bridge and cockpit; 2002 Greystone (G1040) Awlgrip on molded non-skid; 2002 Toreador Red (47161) Awlgrip on bootstripe; 2005 five coats Interprotect; 2000E (after removal of bottom paint); Pettit Trinidad bottom paint; propeller protected by bronze skeg; five zincs, including large hull zinc connected to bonding system; four Groco hull strainers with removable screens over intakes; 316 S/S bowrail aft to cabin; 316 S/S horizontal grabrails on forward cabin top, cabin lengthwise and around cockpit cover; 8 vertical S/S handgrips on cabin sides; wide (24) teak swim platform with 316 S/S support brackets; teak toerails, removed and re-bedded 2007; teak rubrails with solid 316 S/S half-oval wear strip; (4) 12 cleats (bow and stern) and (4) 10 cleats, all with backing plates; 2 locking bowline chocks; exterior teak trim varnished with Flagship varnish; 6 S/S opening portlights with removable screens; fresh water spigots in cockpit and at anchor pulpit; dual anchor pulpit (fiberglass) with rollers, S/S wear plates, S/S supports, locking pins and chainstoppers; SLVI chain tensioner on Bruce side; Maxwell VWC 700 vertical dual direction windlass with S/S backing plate, 2 foot switches on bow, and remote panel in salon with on/off switch and overload breaker; Bomar hatch over vee berth with Sunbrella cover; tan Sunbrella windshield cover; opening center windshield and opening window aft in cabin; three lazarette access hatches in cockpit.
TANKAGE: Holds approximately 260 gallons fuel in two marine aluminum tanks with Tank Tender gauges at lower helm; holds approximately 80 gallons water in two polyethylene tanks in lazarette with Tank Tender gauges at lower helm and manifold connection; 10 gallon Nautica flexible bladder tank with Y-valve and deck pumpout fitting.
ENGINE & MECHANICAL: 1988 Caterpillar 3208TA, V-8, 375HP, 2466 hours as reported on the original hour meter; Balmar high output dual alternator with ARS II voltage regulator; 2002 S/S Marine Exhaust Systems wet exhaust with surge tube; Aquadrive thrust bearing, hull mounted with soft engine mounts; cruising speed is 8 knots @ 1400 RPM using 4 GPH and maximum speed is 14 knots @ 2500 RPM; twin disc transmission with 2:1 reduction gear; dual Racor 900 fuel/water filter/separators for engine (selectable) with vacuum gauge at both lower and upper helms; Racor 500 fuel/water filter/separator for generator with vacuum gauge on filter; Groco oil change pump for engine and transmission; Jabsco oil change pump for generator; Jabsco fuel transfer pump plumbed to allow fuel polishing; bilge pumps and switches: forward cabin has a Rule 2000 with float switch, engine room has a Rule 2000 with Ultra switch and float switch, and lazarette has a Rule 3700 with Ultra switch and Jabsco Water Puppy Commercial with Ultra switch; Rotron AC engine room blower (500cfm); automatic Fireboy Halon extinguisher in engine room; 1 3/4 Aquamet 22 shaft with Spurs line cutter; 5-blade Hall & Stavert LH 24 x 21 Nibral propeller; Hynautic hydraulic steering controls; Kobelt throttle controls; two S/S destroyer type wheels; 3 protected incandescent lights in engine room; MarineAir split system air conditionercompressor and March pump in engine room, 12,000 BTU evaporator in salon and 4,000 BTU evaporator in forward cabin; S/S Allcraft water heater (5.6 gal) with heat exchanger and spare element; Shurflo fresh water pump and pressure tank; Groco Paragon fresh water pump plumbed in as backup; three windshield wipers and three windshield washers; bilge pump switch panel with signal lights and counter on engine room pump; Floscan engine fuel GPH meter.
ELECTRICAL: 12V DC and 120V AC electrical systems with outlets throughout boat; AC and DC circuit breaker panels; 2002 5KW Northern Lights generator with 961 hours on new hour meter; Northern Lights remote instruments and start panel under breaker panels; custom flexible generator sound shield on aluminum frame with cooling fan; water lift muffler for generator plus Vetus in-line muffler; two 8D gel-cell batteries (one in engine room, one in lazarette); one generator gel-cell start battery; two heavy-duty Perko battery selector switches; two Xantrex 40 amp battery chargers; 30 amp Hubbell shore power cord with 7 adapters; 50 amp Hubbell cord fitted with 30 amp connectors to use as an extension; Panasonic 13 TV/VCR; bonding system using 2 wide copper strapping; copper screen embedded in bridge deck laminations for improved SSB operation.
ELECTRONICS & INSTRUMENTS: LOWER HELM. Furuno 1900 radar (24 mile); Furuno FAP-50 autopilot; Datamarine International Offshore depthfinder; Ritchie compass; ICOM M-100 VHF; Northstar 800 LORAN; Garmin 128 GPS with differential receiver and cable for computer connection; SEA 222 SSB radio (above nav station) with antenna coupler (in bridge cabinet); Horizon WS45 wind speed gauge (by nav station); horn; 12V DC outlet; quad-cycle battery voltage monitor for three batteries; Racor water alarm for generator filter; VDO instruments: 2 ammeters, engine hour meter, fuel filter vacuum gauge, tachometer (0 3000 rpm), engine oil pressure, transmission oil pressure, engine temperature, exhaust gas temperature. UPPER HELM. Furuno FAP-50 autopilot; Datamarine International Offshore depthfinder remote; Garmin 250 Fishfinder; ICOM M-100 VHF; Ritchie compass; Northstar 800 LORAN; horn; panel with 3 bilge pump operation lights; VDO instruments: Engine oil pressure, transmission oil pressure, engine water temperature, exhaust gas temperature, tachometer (0 3000 rpm), turbo boost psi, rudder angle indicator, fuel filter vacuum, 2 ammeters.
FORWARD CABIN: Vee berth with removable cushion filler between; Sunbrella privacy curtain; two cabinets and two storage compartments under vee berth; hanging locker with light; set of 5 drawers with small cabinet at bottom; large desk on port side with 4 drawers, 1 cabinet and shelf under; two incandescent reading lights, two fluorescent overhead lights; one Alpenglow red/white fluorescent light over desk; Xintex CO monitor; Hella 12V DC fan; 12V DC outlet by cell phone holder; 12V DC and 120V AC outlets by desk; overhead holder for 4 wine glasses (non-clinking); hatch for access to front of Caterpillar; divided anchor rode locker; teak and holly sole; head to starboard with Groco K manual head; S/S sink with Delta faucet and cabinets under; two mirrors; separate shower with 12V DC vent fan and Lovett sump pump.
GALLEY: L-shaped galley located along port side of main salon; three-burner Hillerange propane stove with oven; LPG solenoid shut-off; Seaward Princess microwave; single deep Elkay S/S sink with S/S drainboard; Delta faucet and sink spray; custom front-opening insulated refrigerator box with Grunert holding plate; custom top-opening insulated freezer box with Grunert holding plate; (Grunert compressor is in the engine room); TV shelf forward of the stove with cable and antenna connections; AC and DC outlets; ample storage space in cabinets and drawers.
MAIN SALON: Lower helm to starboard with custom teak seat and storage under; Kidde large portable Halon fire extinguisher; all cushions are covered with dark green Naugahyde; curtains are a light yellow Sunbrella; bulkheads are white, trim and cabinet fronts are varnished teak; sole is teak and holly; aft of the helm is a dinette seating four with storage under the seats; dinette table lowers, and a cushion insert makes a wide single berth, or a slightly narrow double; three overhead fluorescent lights, three incandescent reading lights; 2005 new vinyl headliner; Coastal Climate control panel for reverse cycle air conditioning and heat; six hatches for access to engine room (insulated and dogged down onto rubber gaskets); teak grabrail on overhead the length of salon; rod holders for six rods mounted on overhead; Weems & Plath barometer and tide clock; Kel-Lite flashlight mounted by door.
FLYBRIDGE: Helm to starboard; cabinets under console; seating for eight with Naugahyde cushions; two large storage compartments under seats; tan Sunbrella flybridge cover; tan Sunbrella bimini top with S/S frame (no web tie-downs); custom 316 S/S radar arch with integral AC powered dinghy hoist with waterproof controller; AC and DC outlets; GPS antenna and GPS differential antenna; West Interceptor powered TV antenna; 23 Shakespeare 9db VHF antenna for flybridge radio; 23 Shakespeare SSB antenna for nav station radio; 8 Shakespeare Galaxy 6 db VHF/LORAN antenna for lower helm radio; 8 Shakespeare cell phone antenna (obsolete--goes to nav station); port and starboard flag halyards; Kidde ABC dry chemical fire extinguisher.
COCKPIT: Two aluminum 10 lb. propane tanks with switch-over and gauge in overboard vented compartment; overhead fluorescent light; 8 boat hook mounted by steps to bridge; fresh water spigot; Hubbell 30 amp shore power inlet; AC and DC outlets; three hatches for access to lazarette.
IN LAZARRETTE: Two bilge pumps (see list under Engine and Mechanical); Village Marine LWM-150 12V DC reverse osmosis system; Magma fish cleaning table which mounts in rod holder.
EQUIPMENT: 35 CQR anchor with 200 3/8 High Test chain, mounted on anchor pulpit; chain bridle with S/S flat catch and S/S snapshackle; 33 Bruce anchor with 190 5/8 3-strand nylon and 15 leader chain, mounted on anchor pulpit; 55 bronze Luke-type anchor, disassembled and stored below; eight Stern Type III PFDs, 2 throwables; fenders, docklines, flares; removable exhaust pipe cover with flap; two rod holders and flagstaff socket mounted in cockpit gunwale; set of spare varnished teak steps for bridge ladder; two S/S impeller extractors to fit Caterpillar and Northern lights raw water pumps; 1 7/8 wrench to fit propeller nut; Hoover vacuum cleaner; hand air pump; dissolved salts (DS) meter to test reverse osmosis water; manuals and instructions; US flag (20x30) on teak flagstaff; Aqua Signal navigation lights.
DINGHY: 1988 Avon 310 RIB; 1989 Yamaha 9.9HP with S/S prop; 3-gallon portable gas tank with fuel hose; 1 seat with padded cover and zippered storage bag under; 1 seat with padded cover; Avon air pump; full-size varnished oars; folding grapnel anchor with chain and line; St. Croix S/S folding boarding ladder; full custom Sunbrella cover; hoisting harness with S/S snap shackles.
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Contact: John Morin, Broker
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