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1982 Transpacific Marine Transpac 49

 Transpacific Marine Transpac 49 sailboat for sale

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These great cruising boats have it all! Owners cabin plus two guest cabins, great accomodations, good sailing performance, and a hull built for world cruising!

Soiree is one of the best maintained Transpac 49's I have seen! Having received a major refit in 2002/3 she has been continually upgraded since including a bowthruster installation in 2009.

Dimensions
LOA: 49 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 0 in
Displacement: 45000 lbs

Engines
Engine Brand: Ford Lehman
Engine(s) Total Power: 120 HP
Engine Model: 2715E
Engine Type: Inboard
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Year Built: 1982
Engine Hours: 5000
Rope Cutter

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 Stainless steel (200 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 Aluminum (185 Gallons)

General description
The Transpac 49 was built in Taiwan by the Transpacific Marine Company Ltd which was owned and run by two US owners. The boats were built for ocean cruising and offer a strong hull construction of solid hand-laid fiberglass. The interior layout offers a huge main cabin, large galley, aft master stateroom, two guest cabins, two head compartments with showers and a workroom adjacent to the engine.

The vessel is cooled (and heated) with three reverse-cycle air conditioning units with a total of approximately 38,000 BTU’s.

Accomodations and features

Main salon
Large main salon with U-shaped settee to port with a dining table that may be lowered to convert this to a full double berth. Opposite, to starboard, is a single settee berth. Main features include:

  • 3 large forward facing portlights and two large portlights on each side creating a very light and open feel to the main cabin
  • Lots of storage outboard of settees to port and starboard
  • Large bookcase, drawer and other lockers
  • Flat screen Toshiba TV
  • Freezer compartment below starboard settee
  • 2 cabin fans

Galley

  • Double sinks close to centerline of vessel
  • Force 10 3-burner propane stove with oven
  • Loads of galley storage including 3 lower lockers, 2 upper lockers, open-front plate storage locker, and 5 drawers
  • Peninuslar and lots of counter-top space
  • Large front opening refrigerator in cabinet on starboard side of vessel opposite galley with bar and glass fronted drinks cabinet

Owner’s stateroom aft
The owner’s stateroom has a large, open feel with plenty of space and lots of light and its own private head compartment with separate shower. Features include:

  • Large athwartships double berth with storage shelving outboard at foot and head
  • Private head compartment with electric commode, two mirrors, 5 lockers and separate shower
  • Large hanging locker
  • 4 large drawers and two lockers
  • 3 transom portlights and 3 portlights on each quarter together with a deck hatch bring in a huge amount of light

Forward guest cabin
The forward guest cabin is large with plenty of room to move around and features:

  • 2 single berths to port and starboard
  • 2 round portlights
  • 2 cabin fans
  • Cushioned seat
  • Vanity top
  • Lockers outboard and below
  • Mirror
  • Bose stereo speakers

Side guest cabin
The second guest cabin is immediately forward of the main cabin to port. It features:

  • 2 single berths bunk-style
  • Large hanging locker
  • 2 storage lockers
  • Full length mirror
  • Private sink
  • Storage under the lower berth
  • 2 cabin fans
  • Deck hatch and portlight

Guest head compartment
The guest head is located forward of the main cabin and opposite the side guest cabin. It includes:

  • Jabsco electric head (with Tankwatch monitor)
  • Counter top with sink
  • Shower
  • Large mirror
  • 4 lockers
  • Cabin fan

Navigation table
The original Transpac 49 layout featured a stand-up outboard facing navigation table. During the 2002/2003 refit, the present owners had this reconfigured to make a forward facing sit-down navigation desk and instrument panel. The navigation area features:

  • Raymarine RC 520 chart plotter
  • Mounted Dell flat screen monitor (for use with a laptop –not included)
  • Icom M502 VHF radio
  • Icom M710 SSB radio
  • Link 2000 inverter/charger control and monitor unit
  • Watermaker control panel
  • Tank level meters

Passageway (to aft cabin)
The navigation table is located at the forward end of the passageway to the aft cabin. The passageway features full stand-up headroom and includes:

  • Access panel to starboard side of main engine
  • Electrical breaker panel
  • The ice-maker is located at the forward end of the passageway close to the companionway

Workshop and generator room
The vessel’s workshop and generator room is accessed via a door from the owner’s head compartment. It allows incredible access to the main engine and has the additional features:

  • Generator compartment and access
  • Air conditioning control panel
  • Workbench with vise
  • The vessel’s water heater is also located in the workshop area

Engine and generator
Engine and generator have both been maintained and serviced regularly. A Reverso oil change system allows for all engine oils to be quickly and easily replaced. Engine and generator details:

  • Ford Lehman 2715E 120HP diesel engine with approximately 5000 hours recorded use
  • Twin Racor filters
  • Paragon transmission
  • Westerbeke 7.7kW diesel generator with sound shield and with approximately 1200 hours recorded useage (rebuilt 2006)
  • Dry exhaust system for generator to improve quiet operation

Cockpit and helm
The Transpac 49 cockpit is large yet secure for ocean passage making. Soiree’s cockpit includes the following features:

  • 2 Lewmar 55 primary winches
  • Lewmar 43 electric winch to port of the companionway entrance
  • Full cockpit enclosure with Textaline panels and covers for helm pedestal and companionway
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Cockpit shower
  • Instrumentation includes:
  • Raymarine RL70C plotter at the helm
  • Sidepower bowthruster control at the helm
  • Raymarine ST6001 autopilot control at the helm
  • Custom switch panel at the helm
  • Raymarine ST60+ wind, speed and depth instrumentation above the companionway
  • 2 Bose stereo speakers above the companionway

Deck equipment
Included with the vessel are the following items:

  • Davits
  • 10.2’ West Marine (Avon) dinghy
  • 9.9 HP Yamaha 4-stroke outboard motor
  • Boarding ladder
  • Nillson windlass
  • CQR 75 lb anchor with 3/8”all chain rode
  • 2nd anchor and rode
  • Lifesling in rigid container

Rigging and sails
The vessel is cutter ketch rigged with Harken rolling furling headsail gear and Harken aft-of-mast mainsail furling gear. Other rigging features include:

  • All standing rigging fitted with Staylock (or Norseman) terninals
  • Mast steps
  • Rigid boom vang
  • All running rigging lines now led aft to rope clutches in cockpit
  • Stackpack system for mizzen mast
  • Sails include:
  • Asymetrical spinnaker (2002)
  • 110% Yankee (2003)
  • Staysail (2003)
  • 135% genoa (2009)
  • Mainsail (2003)
  • Mizzen with stack-pack (2006)

Additional features and equipment

  • XM weather radio
  • AIS receiver
  • 2 GPS antennas
  • Winslow 4-man liferaft (needs re-certification)
  • Fuel polishing system

Upgrades and maintenance
The present owners completed a major refit in 2002/2003 and have continued to upgrade the vessel over the years. Major upgrades listed below may also have been mentioned in earlier sections of the listing and are included here to show a history of continuing maintenance and improvement to the vessel:

  • Both heads replaced with Electro Scan heads (with full size seats). Heads use fresh water for flushing and have salt containers in bilge for activation
  • KVH satellite dish for TV
  • Ice maker
  • Engine has twin Racor filters with vacuum gauge. Engine oil filter relocated for easy access. Oil changed every 100 hours since purchase 2002. Lights added to engine room
  • Westerbeke 7.7 kW generator has own Racor filter and has new dry exhaust system for quietness
  • Line cutter on prop shaft
  • 2002/3 All new wiring (except 2”O” cable to windlass) for 12 volt and 110 using tinned copper boat cable. All connections heat shrinked. All outlets GFCI protected. New parallel switch panel added at helm for essential navigation lights etc. Added relays for windlass operation
  • 2003 Deck wash system
  • 2003 House bank batteries: 10 Lifeline AGM (approx 1000 amp/hr with Xantrex 2000 inverter charger and link 2000 controller
  • 2003 Separate Lifeline AGM batteries for engine and generator start with their own 20 amp TrueCharge charger
  • 2003 Force 10 3-burner propane stove
  • 2003 Existing teak deck removed. Top fiberglass layer removed in sections. Plywood core removed and replaced with top quality European marine ply cut into sections and secured with cabosil. Complete deck covered with 3 layers fiberglass mat then 3 layers of woven rovings followed by gelcoat and then new 5/8” teak deck. Where all deck fittings have penetrations the holes were drilled oversized and filled with fiberglass before being drilled to accept fittings. Around chainplates special blocks were fabricated to allow for removal for the re-caulking of the chainplates
  • 2003 All headliner panels removed and replaced with new panels and trim
  • 2003 Lots of interior paneling replaced and refinished
  • 2003 Cabin sole refinished
  • 2003 New ports and new deck hatches
  • 2003 Redesigned navigation table with desk and seat
  • 2003 Added sound system with multiple speakers
  • 2003 Standing rigging checked and all fittings on mast replaced
  • 2003 Stem head fitting replaced
  • 2003 Icom single sideband radio and automatic tuner added
  • 2004 Spectra Catalina 300 watermaker (15 GPH) with MPC 5000 display
  • 2004 Stainless steel rail added for top lifeline
  • 2004 Mast removed and all wiring renewed
  • 2004 Autopilot hydraulic pump replaced
  • 2006 Rudder opened and core replaced and re-glassed. Shoe on skeg replaced
  • 2008 House bank batteries replaced
  • 2006 New Awlgrip on hull
  • 2009 Bowthruster added. Has two dedicated Lifeline AGM batteries close to thruster with their own TrueCharge 20amp charger
  • 2010 Replaced air conditioner in main cabin
  • 2010 Electric halyard winch added to port side companionway
  • 2010 Now two 110volt legs for shorepower
  • 2010 New bimini and full enclosure
  • 2010 New botton paint
  • 2011 Zincs replaced

Broker's comments
I am particularly familiar with the Transpac 49 having visited the original factory where these vessels were built and I know the owners of the company personally. The main issue with all these vessels (and with many other Taiwanese built boats of this era) has been water penetration into the deck core. Not only has this been fully dealt with on this particular vessel, the present owner’s attention to detail and continued maintenance places this particular Transpac 49 very high on the list of desireable world cruising sailboats. While it is unrealistic to expect everything to be perfect on a 1982 vessel, I would anticipate very few issues will arise in the coming years if the next owner continues as the current owners are doing now.

Disclaimer
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.

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