|Matériau de la coque||Fibre de verre|
|Location||Seattle, Washington, États-Unis|
|Longueur Hors Tout||9.14 m|
|Longueur à la flottaison||8.08 m|
|Tirant d'eau max.||1.47 m|
|Type de quille||enums.keel-type.kt-full|
|Type de moteur||Inbord|
|Marque du moteur||Yanmar|
|Modèle de moteur||2GM20F|
|Année du moteur||1993|
|Fabricant||Capital City Yachts|
|Réservoirs de carburant||1 x 20 gal|
|Réservoirs à eau douce||1 x 60 gal|
The Newport 30 was designed by marine engineer Gary Mull and manufactured by Capital Yachts in Harbor City, California as the Newport 30 Mark II. One of the truly remarkable features of the Newport 30 is its construction. It pioneered the style of construction that revolutionized the industry and set the standard that would keep ownership costs down and provide a relatively inexpensive and trouble free ownership experience.
Repowered in 1993 with Yanmar 2GM20F
Below she is configured with a dinette to port which adjusts down to a double berth. To starboard is a single bench berth, or additional cabin seating. Aft to starboard is a pilot berth while to port is the galley area with a propane cooker and oven. The head is amidships to port and boasts a marine head and sink and shower. Forward is the V-Berth.
This model is also called the "Mark II" and was modified to compete in the int 3/4-ton race class, with a taller mast and shorter main sail boom.
This boat has been well maintained and is ready to please its new owner.
1 roller-furled North Sails foresail, approx. 150% genoa size (a big sail) with Selden-Furlex roller furling system
1 spinnaker- .75 oz multicolored ripstop nylon with spinnaker pole and new halyard and pole uphaul lines
Yanmar 2GM20F diesel engine (Installed 1993)
Full MOB gear
5 Barient winches: foresail halyard, mainsail halyard and sheet, L & R foresail sheets
2 winch handles
Tiller bar steering with telescoping extension handle
4 life jackets and 7 flotation seat cushions
West Marine “Kona” marine radio
2 fire extinguishers
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.