|Matériau de la coque||Fibre de verre|
|Location||Pultneyville, New York, États-Unis|
|Longueur Hors Tout||8.99 m|
|Longueur à la flottaison||7.52 m|
|Tirant d'eau min.||1.47 m|
|Type de quille||Aileron|
|Hauteur libre max. sous ponts||12.34 m|
|Type de moteur||Inbord|
|Marque du moteur||Volvo|
|Modèle de moteur||MD7A|
|Année du moteur||1979|
|Type d'entraînement||Prise directe|
|Type d'hélice||2 pales|
|Réservoirs de carburant||1 x 12 gal|
|Réservoirs à eau douce||1 x 24 gal|
|Réservoirs eau noire||1 x 36 gal|
A fun, cruiser racer in its day, this is hull #33 of only 40 built between 1979 and 1981. Not many of these boats around and very rarely do they come on the market.
This is the ideal boat for a newcomer to sailing or someone who would like to downgrade to a manageable easy boat for coastal single handed sailing. If you're into keel boat racing, the I9's also have some very favorable PHRF numbers.
"Cetacea," a 1979 Intrepid 9m features Cape Dory quality construction, but with a "modern" fin keel and skeg-hung rudder design. This is a great small cruising, well equipped sailboat.
The comfortable cockpit features Binnacle wheel steering and a folding oak cockpit table. There is a stern boarding ladder and very bright LED deck lights. The cockpit includes a bimini with 3 zip in curtains to provide shelter from the sun at the dock.
Running lights include a steaming light, LED masthead anchor light, LED port, starboard, and stern light.
The cabin features berths for four, including two settees, there is a twin V-berth in a separate cabin forward. The port-side quarter berth is used for a Dometic 6000BTU air conditioner and storage. The galley includes a Kenyon alcohol stove, a stainless steel sink, and a medium-sized ice box. There is provision for a 6-gallon Raritan water heater that has been removed. There are 2 vents as well as 8 opening ports and 2 hatches, providing plenty of light and ventilation below. The cabin also features a Pioneer AM- FM radio/CD player with two speakers, and there are six electric light fixtures in the main salon, two in the forward cabin, and one in the head compartment. The head is plumbed to a holding tank with a deck-level pump out.
Sails & Canvas
Battened Mainsail (Haarstick, 2004)
150% RF Genoa (Haarstick, 2009)
Harken Roller Furler
135% Genoa (Moorhouse)
Working Jib (Ulmer)
Bimini - Green Sunbrella with removable side curtains
Harken Roller furling.
Main and Jib Halyards, 3/8" line
The main halyard, jib halyard, Spinnaker Halyard, and topping lift are led to the cockpit
Main Sheet, 1/2" line
Jib Sheets, 1/2" line
2 Lewmar #30 two-speed sheet winches
2 Spinnaker winches
Lewmar #6 single-speed halyard winches on the mast
Navigation & Electronics
Ray Marine 4000 auto pilot
Standard Horizon VHF Radio
Standard Horizon Depth Sounder
Standard Horizon knot meter (paddle wheel)
Ritchie 5" Binnacle Compass
12V DC System with Perco Battery Selector
2 - Interstate SRM-24 Marine Deep Cycle Batteries
Guest ChargePro 10A Battery Charger
Attwood 1250 gph Automatic Bilge Pump
2 large fenders
12H Danforth anchor
150-foot 1/2" three-strand nylon anchor rode with 15' of 5/16" chain.
2 Life Jackets
Automatic Electric Bilge pump
Hand Operated Bilge Pump in the cockpit.
LED navigation and interior lights
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.