A Corbin Pilothouse is known for her strength and ability to take you anywhere.
This boat has been owned by the same family since new, and has taken them everywhere on the Chesapeake, down the East Coast to Florida, and through the Abacos and Exumas in the Bahamas in safety and comfort. Her interior is welcoming and cozy and, her deep, seagoing cockpit and flush deck add to her safety in all conditions.
Come take a look at this well respected, affordable pilothouse.
Listed by Michele Martinage, who has been
helping satisfied customers buy and sell yachts for 30 years.
She's always available at email@example.com or by cell which is
Please contact Michele Martinage at (410) 708-4416
Tilleggsinformasjon, tilbehør og utstyr:
LOA: 38 ft 6 in
Bom: 12 ft 0 in
Maksimum Kjøldybde: 5 ft 10 in
Ballast: 9000 lbs
Klarering til bro: 53 ft 0 in
tørrvekt: 27000 lbs
Coming down the companionway you are immediately impressed with the amount of headroom (6'). The inside steering station is directly in front of you. There is a dinette to port that converts to a single and behind it on one side is a large storage area. The galley is to starboard and makes a very logical use of the space. There is great working area and the cook is up in a light, bright area that is ventilated by two hatches. Also, it is a handy place to grab a snack when passagemaking.
Down a step to the saloon and the large drop leaf table greets you. There are facing settees and it is a very welcoming, cozy saloon in which to relax. Read a book, watch TV, eat dinner..... all in comfort.
The head with huge separate stall shower, is to port. It is centrally located and is easy to reach from the pilothouse, saloon or forward owner's cabin. The shower is just like being at home. Again, it is very well thought out and logical.
Traveling through the saloon, you reach the owner's cabin. It is a double size berth with additional lower seating area. There are three opening overhead hatchs for good air flow and lots of storage.
Extras for your comfort and safety include:
Reverse cycle heat and air
Generator to allow use of air while at anchor
Stand up separate stall shower
Inside and outside steering stations
The galley is located in the pilothouse.
Three burner propane stove with oven
Dual ice box/freezer with 12V refrigeration
Pressure H&C water (20 Gal hot water heater with engine heat exchanger and 110V)
Good counter space for food prep
Lots of storage
Sails and Rigging
Extruded aluminum mast and boom with oversize rigging
Stack Pack Mainsail
Garhauer mainsail traveler with control lines led to cockpit
Roller furling genoa/headsail
Mast mounted whisker pole
Staysail with traveler
Barlow 25 ST Main Halyard Winch
Barlow 24 ST Jib and Staysail Halyard Winch
Barlow 28 ST Primaries
Barlow 26 Secondaries
The deck on the Corbin is so easy to navigate. The flush deck design is easy on the knees and gives you tons of space.
Over size Lofrans anchor windlass
Sea water anchor washdown
Bruce, CQR, Delta and Fortress anchors
275' of 5/16 g4 chain
25' 0f 5/16 chain with 250' 5/8 braided rode
Rail mounted BBQ grill
Dinghy with 4HP outboard
Dodger, Bimini and FULL enclosure by "Canvas by Victoria"
Side grab rails on dodger
Leather wrapped wheel
Velise life raft
Covers for all hatches
Unique davit system that doubles as a swim ladder
Side boarding ladder
Higher double lifelines
Double anchor rollers
Electronics and Entertainment
Standard Horizon VHF radio/hailer with outside second connection
Furuno 1623 Radar
Garmin 50 GPS
Navico 5000 Wheel Pilot with remote
(4) 6 volt golf cart batteries
(1) starting battery
Xantrex Inverter/battery charger
(2) 110V Power Cords
5KW Diesel Generator with 608 Hours as of 8/2017
Mechanical and Plumbing
Volvo MD-17c 110s with Sail Drive
Inside and outside hydraulic steering and motor controls (Wagner Engineering)
12V Propane ducted furnace
120V air conditioner with electric heat
Electrasan waste treatment system
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.