Owned and maintained by a marine industry professional, "Real Gusto" is a well-equipped example of the proven world-cruiser Cabo Rico 34. Designed by renowned naval architect W.I.B. Crealock, this boat is ready to take you safely and comfortably wherever you wish to go. Her owner is moving up and has reluctantly decided to sell. Don't miss out on the opportunity to own one of the best cruising boats ever built in this size range! This boat shows well and is ready to go sailing.
For more details, or to schedule a viewing of this yacht, please contact Greg Williamson
Starting at the bow:
The vessel is equipped with two anchors: a 25lb plow with 175' BBB chain and 75' nylon rode, and a larger Mantus anchor with 175' BBB chain. Handling the primary anchor and chain is made easy by a Simpson-Lawrence electric capstan windlass. At the stern, there is a Danforth anchor with 25' of chain plus nylon rode.
The Genoa is a 125% on a Harken One-Unit roller furler.
The staysail is of the hank-on variety. It resides atop the staysail boom in its canvas sailbag. The staysail boom was rebuilt in 2019.
The mainsail is of the traditional slab-reefing variety and is battened.
The dodger and bimini show well. The seller had Isinglass side curtains made for the cockpit in September of 2018, giving the ability to fully close off the cockpit when the weather turns bad.
Upon coming down the companionway steps, the boat's galley is to port. There is a top-loading 12VDC refrigerator with freezer. There is a gimballed propane stove and oven and a two-basin stainless steel sink. There is copious storage for food supplies, pots and pans and dining ware.
To starboard is a private aft stateroom with a double bunk and a hanging locker.
Forward of the aft stateroom, also to starboard, is the navigation station and ship's electrical panel. There is a straight settee that doubles as nav station seat.
Forward of the galley to port is an L-shaped dinette. The varnished teak table is bulkhead-mounted and folds down to serve 6 guests. Once opened, the table gives access to storage for dining ware, wine glasses, etc. Also mounted on this bulkhead below the table is a propane cabin heater.
Forward of the salon and to port is the head. There is a manual Jabsco marine toilet and a single-basin stainless steel sink. The sink faucet is retractable and doubles as a hand-held shower head. There is a bulkhead-mounted mirror. There is a cabinet under the sink. There is a teak grate above the shower drain and sump in the floor of the head compartment.
Across from the head is a storage locker that houses the reverse-cycle heater/air conditioner.
Forward of the head is the forward stateroom, which has a double Pullman berth.
Yanmar 3GM30F naturally-aspirated diesel.
50 hrs SMOH, 3000 original hours
New engine mounts 2018
New shaft packing seal 2018
Racor 500-series fuel/water seperator
Fuel injectors cleaned 2019
Engine room Sound Down insulation 2019
Engine raw water pump 2019
Engine raw water hoses 2019
Engine temperature sensor 2019
Diesel tank fuel hose 2019
Fuel gauge and sender 2019
Spare raw water pump
325 watts of solar panels
Katadyne Power Survivor 80 watermaker
Cockpit enclosure new in September 2018.
Hull and topsides were recently compounded, buffed and waxed.
All septic system hoses recently replaced.
Holding tank level gauge/indicator
12V fans in both staterooms, as well as the galley, main salon and head compartment.
Force-10 propane heater mounted on bulkhead in main salon.
Engine-driven cabin heater
LED spreader lights, anchor light, stern light, cockpit lights and interior lights
Bilge pumps rebuilt 2018
New manual bilge pump 2018
High bilge water alarm
New shower sump impeller 2018
Stiff seacocks replaced 2019
New Icom M506 VHF radio with AIS 2019
Four new Optima Blue Top house batteries 2017
New Optima Blue Top starting battery 2017
Standing rigging tuned 2018
Staysail boom rebuilt 2019