The original Columbia Yacht Corporation was founded as Glas Laminates in 1958 by Dick Valdes shortly after college. Glas Laminates, a fiberglass contract company, eventually focused its fiberglass development expertise on the production of sailboats and became Glass Marine Industries (GMI).
This particular Columbia 52 is the fourth hull out af a serie of 5, designed by Bill Tripp Sr. and built in 1972 in the Californian shipyard in Santa Ana.
2 mainsails , 1 cruising Quantum and 1 North 3DL, 2 staysails, Jib 3, Jib 1 Quantum, Jib 2 Quantum, 1 asymmetric North , 2 Spinnakers, drifter sail, jib top and a few more sails
Yanmar 75Hp 4JH3-TE totally overhauled 2 years ago with 110 hours since then
Original winches always maintained and in prefect working condition, coffee grinder at mast base with three speed, anchor winch with Anchor CQR 105lb and 70 meter chain.
Interior; B&G plotter at the chart table with repeated tridata in owners cabin, second plotter Raymarine backup, Navtec with repeated wifi signal, monitor battery charger,
Exterior: B&G with 6 displays, Suunto compass
2 batteries chargers Victron 45 amps, one converter 12V to 220V Victyon 2000wat, hot water thermo, Oven and 4 burners Alpes with grill, Gas detector, Epirb with GPS, security transponder, VHF Sailor, 3 meter Dinghy with 9.9 Yamaha, Fridge/Freezer, two compartments with new engine compressor 12V/220V
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