This Boat is a must see. The Columbia 43 offers an unbeatable combination of seaworthiness, spacious working deck, great accommodations and quality construction. The flush deck allows for comfortable sail work while providing for a spacious 6'3" interior head room, throughout. The interior head liner is white gel coat that is bright and easy to maintain. The exterior teak trim has all been recently finished including cap rail, hatch tops and dorads. The interior teak trim and cabinetry is beautifully varnished. This boat has been in the constant care of the second owner for over 25 years and the third owner for over 15 years.
44 pound plow anchor on stainless anchor sprit with 150' of 3/8" chain.
35 Pound CQR anchor on stainless anchor sprit with 200" of rode and 16" of chain.
Simpson Lawrence electric windless.
Spare 35# CQR anchor.
Danforth Dinghy anchor.
9' Fiberglass dinghy on foredeck with oars, mast and sail.
2 HP British Seagull S/S outboard on stern pulpit.
Double Lifelines (New 2001).
Entire deck recored with epoxy coated marine ply, painted with non-skid Awl-Grip (2011).
Foldable S/S swim ladder, Starboard side at Gate.
Current flares, fire extinguishers, throw-ables, distress flags.
Perkins 4-108 replacement engine with freshwater cooling strainer (New 2001).
Transmission overhauled and upgraded (2007).
Seacocks replaced (2001)
A tour of the interior from the companionway forward has a dinette to starboard that seats six (6). Forward of the dinette to starboard is a settee, convertible to a child's bunk for two (2). The head is forward of the settee and includes a Corian sink and counter top, separate shower, and vast storage area behind the shower and a hanging locker behind the sink. The owner's stateroom forward is a queen wide v-berth with custom mattress and two (2) hanging lockers. Moving aft to port is the navigation station that affords a large working chart area with chart storage, three (3) drawers and a cabinet. Aft of the nav station is a seven foot (7') long settee that converts to two (2) adult bunks. Aft to port is the galley with deep stainless sinks, top loading freezer, gimbled three (3) burner stove and top loading refrigeration. The boat is well ventilated with large screened hatches, four (4) dorades and tremendous storage that will afford great live aboard or extended cruising comfort.
Standing rigging professionally examined, mast re-stepped on new raise pedestal (2012).
Hank on #1 all purpose genoa.
8.5 oz. storm trysail.
Quantum genoa jib.
1.6 oz asymmetrical spinnaker w/sock (new 2015).
All sails in bags except for mainsail.
35' Jack Line.
Four (4) Harnesses for Jack line and tether use.
One (1) Climbing Harness.
Two (2) Barbarosa 51.2 self-tailing sheet winches
Two (2) Barlow 26 sheet winches.
Aluminum Spreaders (New 2001).
Barlow Reel Halyard winch.
Barlow 9 and Barlow 16 Halyard winches.
Sea Frost refrigerator with cold plates (either 110 volt or engine driven) (New 2001).
Sea Frost freezer with with cold plates (either 110 volts or engine driven) (New 2001).
Three burner gimbled propane cook top (2011).
Electric microwave oven New 2017).
Fresh water pressurized system with Jabsco 2600 Series 3.5 GPM pump (New 2009),
Raw water hand pump at sink.
Raritan six (6) gallon hot water tank either 110 volt or engine heat exchanger (New 2017).
King 1500 watt electric heater (New 2010).
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.
326 First Street
Annapolis, MD 21403