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1973 Custom Duncan Marine Garden 46

Oceanside, California

$99,000

46' Duncan Marine Garden 46 '73 "Infinity"

INFINITY is a classic cruising ketch inspired by the designs of William Garden. Comes with a transferrable 50-foot Oceanside slip in the best part of the harbor. INFINITY has been updated extensively over the years and is a veteran of long-distance cruises including two transits of the Panama Canal. Rare opportunity!

Basic Boat Info

Boat Name: Infinity
Make: Custom
Model: Duncan Marine Garden 46
Year: 1973
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Builder: Duncan Marine
Designer: William Garden
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: DME-45-2
Has Hull ID: Yes

Dimensions

Length: 46 ft
Length Overall: 53 ft
Beam: 13'4 ft

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Perkins
  • Model: 4-236
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 85hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 3 Blade
  • Year: 1992
Cruising Speed: 7 kn
Propeller RPM: 1800

Tanks

Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 300 gal
Fuel Tank Material: Stainless Steel
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 300 gal
Water Tank Material: Stainless Steel
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 30 gal
Holding Tank Material: Plastic

Other

Heads Count: 1
Drive Type: Direct
Boat Class: Cruisers, Ketch, Pilothouse

Contact

our office
Yachtfinders Windseakers

Office

Yachtfinders Windseakers
2330 Shelter Island Drive Suite 207
San Diego, California, US, 92106
Tel:(619) 224-2349
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.


Accommodations

Stepping below from the large cockpit the U-shaped galley is to port of the companionway. The galley was fully remodeled with Corian countertops, stainless steel sink, built-in 12-volt/110-volt refrigerator, and custom cabinetry for the microwave, cooktop, and toaster oven.

The nav desk is across from the galley on starboard with radar, chart plotter and VHF with remote mic. close at hand. There is plenty of storage throughout in cabinets and drawers.

The main cabin feels very spacious and bright thanks to the large pilothouse windows and overhead hatches. There is a beautiful teak table on the port side with wraparound seating and more storage in cabinets behind the seating. On the starboard side there is a full inside steering station with engine controls, more seating, and a great pilot berth tucked under the side deck.

Going forward and down a couple steps the master stateroom spans the full beam of the boat with a large double captain's berth on port, and a single berth on starboard. There are hanging lockers and drawers on both sides.

The head is just forward of the stateroom and has a good-sized separate shower stall. Across from the head is another berth area currently used for storage of extra sails, life jackets, etc.

The forepeak area all the way forward is accessed through a full-sized door in the forward bulkhead. This bonus room has additional storage, workbenches and provides excellent access to the chain locker. There is a large overhead hatch to accommodate headsail changes without having to climb onto a bunk.

Galley

Vitrifrigo 12V and 110V refrigerator

2-burner electric cooktop

Microwave oven

Toaster oven

6-gal water heater

Single sink

Galley remodeled with Corian countertops and new upper cabinet for oven and microwave

Electronics and Navigation

Tacktick wind speed and direction

Tacktick speed and distance logs

Tacktick depth sounder

Wood-Freeman autopilot

Constellation compass

Garmin GPS - not working

Garmin hand-held GPS - not workintg

Garmin 541 chart plotter

Furuno 1415 radar

Uniden VHF radio with remote mic

Clock and barometer

Rudder angle indicator

Tank level indicator

Stereo with speakers in cabin and cockpit

Full inside steering station with engine controls

Electrical

12V DC and 110V AC

(5) 8D betteries

Battery parallel switch

1992 Northern Lights generator – 5kW (inoperable)

Shore power cord

Deck

65-lb CQR

45-lb CQR

35-lb CQR

300’ 3/8” chain

Ideal electric windlass

Full covers for house rails, booms, helm, etc

Dyer fiberglass dinghy on davits

Anchor and steaming lights

Running lights

Bow pulpit and rails

Lifelines and stanchions

Boarding gates

Dock lines and fenders

Swim ladder

Dinghy davits

Hull

Actual LOA: 53’

Last bottom paint 2020

Sails and Rigging

Manual boom vang

Stainless wire standing rigging with Stay-Lok fittings

Wood keel-stepped mast

Mainsheet traveler

Harken roller furling on headsail

(2) Barlow primaries

(2) Barlow secondaries

Tanbark mainsail

Tanbark mizzen

Tanbark 125% roller furling Genoa

Tanbark staysail on self-tending boom

Blue and gold drifter and matching mizzen staysail

Engine and Mechanical

Engine replaced in 1992

Borg-Warner transmission new in 2001

Emergency engine stop

Raw water sea strainer

Engine fuel shut-off valve

Cockpit and cabin engine controls

Acoustic engine area insulation

Halon automatic engine fire extinguishing

(1) manual and (1) electric bilge pump

Hydraulic wheel steering

Electric head

30-gal plastic holding tank

(2) air conditioners (10K and 5K BTUs)

Safety

Life jackets

Fire extinguishers

Horn

Jack lines

LifeSling

Exclusions

All seller’s personal effects on board are excluded from the sale of this vessel.

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.

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