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condition: good
engine hours (total): 500
length overall (LOA): 31
make / manufacturer: Coronado
model name / number: 30
propulsion type: sail
year manufactured: 1970

Cold Start Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSpITI24aJg

Hull/Deck:
-1970 Coronado 30, solid fiberglass hull, heavy woven roving layup, stout construction
-Lead fin keel, spade rudder, plywood-cored deck
-NEW thru-hulls and seacocks in 2015, all bronze Groco below waterline, ~$1000
- ¾" Engine inlet mushroom thru-hull and flanged seacock
- ¾" Head intake mushroom thru-hull and flanged seacock
- 1-½" Head oulet mushroom thru-hull and flanged seacock
- ¾" SS head sink outlet above boot stripe (above water line), port side.
-New SS bow pulpit, lifeline terminations in 2017

Engine/Driveline/Fuel:
-Removed existing Atomic 4 and starboard settee fuel tank
-Installed diesel Yanmar YSM-12 with 450 hours in 2015
-Purchased at Fisheries swap meet, boat owner removed it during an electric motor retrofit in his 1979 Yamaha 33.
-New shifter cable in 2017
-Hand crank start lever included, along with original tool kit
-Spare raw water pump housing, impeller, fuel filters, belts, etc...
-Uses about 0.6 gallons/hr of diesel, raw water cooled.
-New Moeller 12 gallon fuel tank in port cockpit locker, 2015
-All new fuel lines
-Electric fuel pump, not required but improves performance/starting
-All new: shaft coupling, SS shaft, stuffing box, cutlass bearing in 2015 ~$750
2015 Campbell Sailor "CS3LH12x7x1" (3 blade, bronze, left-hand rotation, 12" diameter, 7" pitch, 1" tapered keyed shaft. Drives the boat to hull speed in flat conditions, 5.25 knots into 20 knot headwind. Idles pushes boat 2.5knts flat water. ~$600

Sails/Rig:
-2 reef, dacron, partial batten main sail. Aged but still flattens nicely. Refurbished in 2015.
-110 dacron hank-on jib, fits perfectly with pennant allowing cockpit visibility when heeled.
-130 dacron hank-on genoa
-150 synthetic (mylar?) hank-on genoa
-Storm Jib, mylar hank-on
-All new running rigging, new main sheet tackle, vang, halyards in 2014.

Electronics:
-All new +12V wiring in 2016 per ABYC standards ~$500
-New house batteries in 2016, 205Ah capacity ~$250
-Blue Sea Systems charge isolator ~$100
-Can configure battery switches to start engine on house or starter batteries
-Garmin echoMAP CHIRP 44cv chartplotter/fish-finder/depth sounder combo ~$300
-Autohelm 4000 wheel auto-pilot system, needs control unit mount bracket, works well.
-New USCG compliant LED nav lights, LED steaming light/deck light combo ~$100
-LED cabin lights throughout, very low power draw. ~$150
-Backstay hoisted, photocell LED anchor light, very bright.

Ground Tackle:
-Primary: Rocna 10, 22lb anchor, 35ft 5/16" BBB chain, 150 ft ⅝" nylon rode ~$500
-Secondary: 15lb Danforth, 25ft ¼" chain, 100ft rode, stored aft
-Downpipe to anchor locker from deck, large access door through v-berth
-Scotty 20" downrigger if you'd like to try some salmon trolling ~$100

Cabin:
-Gas Systems 3-burner propane stove, oven portion not working, with 20lb propane tank
-Cubic Mini Wood Stove and proper SS flue ~$1000
-MTI Carbon Monoxide alarm, new in 2017 ~$75
-3000W inverter, new in 2017, powers dorm fridge for several days ~$200
-Dorm fridge w/ separate freezer ~$200
-V-berth memory foam mattress cut to size and segmented ~$100
-Large (7ft) aft starboard quarter berth makes excellent storage, engine access

Plumbing:
-New 20 gallon black water system in 2017
-New head pump ~$150
-New hoses and vent ~$75

What needs addressing:
-Aft lower spreaders are mounted via deck plates, the deck is soft there. Needs to be opened up, plywood replaced in 8"x8" section, and re-glassed. ~$500 in materials
-Deck could use paint in the next few years, showing through in a few locations ~$500 in materials
Aft bulkhead beneath cockpit should be replaced soon. Cut template, ⅝" marine plywood, epoxy sealed and screwed into flanges. ~$150 in materials
-Freshwater system plumbed - beneath v-berth there's a molded-in tank that will hold 40 gallons. Make plastic HDPE lid, add 8" access port in middle, sealant and screws to secure, plumb thru-hulls with good access beneath v-berth ~$500 in materials
-Re-bed portlights. Remove existing lights, epoxy seal exposed plywood, bed with 4200 or butyl tape (I think this is a job for 4200). ~$100 in materials
-Fuel tank mounting improved, support beneath the mount platform. ~$50 in materials
-Upholstery. Foam appears re-usable, needs batting and new fabric. ~$250 in materials
-Replace bilge cover boards ~$50 in materials
-Total Anticipated Refit/Maintenance cost ~$2100.

https://sailboatdata.com/sailboat/coronado-30

Here's an interesting set of photos of this boat when owned by it's previous owner.
http://www.angelfire.com/extreme3/propete/boatpictures.html

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