1986 Baba 30 built at the famous Ta Shing boatyard. This boat is among the last few (of the 170 total) Baba 30s made making her the newest on the market, the nicest and best rigged. A big plus is this is a rare example with builder finished fiberglass decks. Call to see this listing today, located in Sales Tax free North Kingstown, Rhode Island.
Contact David McKenney, CPYB at Brewer Yacht Sales, 401-641-8697 or email@example.com .
Starting forward is access to the anchor locker, the V-berth with shelf storage outboard and drawers and lockers below. Next aft to port is a hanging locker, to starboard is the enclosed head with lockers, vanity and shower.
Next aft is the main salon with a settee to port that makes a double berth, a settee to starboard that makes a single berth and a bulkhead mounted teak folding table for dining. The U shaped galley is aft to port and the navigation station is to starboard with a quarter berth aft.
There are 10 opening bronze ports, an overhead hatch in the forward cabin and a butterfly hatch in the salon for ventilation. The companionway has traditional boards and 2 hinged doors with screened louvers.
The interior is warm teak bulkheads and joinery with teak and holly sole. Interior maroon cushions are a durable fabric velour.
Galley and Head;
New Seaward stainless steel 6 gallon water heater
Ametek water filter
Jabsco 12vdc water pressure pump
Hillerange 2 burner propane stove with oven
Propane vapor detector
Stainless double sink with hot and cold pressure water and manual pump
Insulated ice box
Raritan Superflush manual head
Vanity stainless sink with hot and cold pressure water
Tankwatch holding tank monitor
2 batteries with parallel switch
30 amp shore power connection with cord
12vdc and 120vac circuit breaker panels
Tru-Charge 5 amp battery charger
Wanderer solar charge controller
Electric automatic bilge pump
Electronics and Navigation;
Capital Yacht wireless AIS receiver with CPL1500 AIS splitter Raymarine RL-9 radar with array installed on mast
New Raymarine Hybrid Touch 9 inch color chartplotter in nav-pod at the helm.
Garmin GPS198 at nav. station
Standard Horizon Nova VHF with helm remote microphone First Alert CO detector
Hull and Deck;
Bow sprit rebuilt, 2016.
Rocna anchor with chain
Lofrans Tigres windlass with AA320 wired remote control Aluminum arch equipped with two 100 watt solar panels Lifesling
2 multi angle seat cushions
Sails and Rigging;
Aluminum mast stepped on deck
Aluminum main boom and jib boom
1X19 stranded stainless wire standing rigging
Full battened main with 2 reef points
Light wind drifter
Harken roller furler
Fico main sheet traveler
2 Lewmar 30 primaries
2 Lewmar 24 mast mount
2 Lewmar 7 cabin top
1 Lewmar 24 cabin top
Yanmar engine panel with tachometer, visual and audible alarms
Fresh water cooling system
Dripless shaft seal
Primary fuel water separator
All bronze seacocks
Engine room soundproofing, 2018
Manual bilge pump
Pedestal wheel cable steering
16.5 inch dia. Bronze 2 blade propeller
1 inch propeller shaft
She currently resides in the Ocean State thus she is lightly used a few months a year. The remaining months she is professionally stored under cover at the marina. This go anywhere sailboat has spent all her days in the New England area. I have owned and improved her over the past 8 years. I am only selling because my family has doubled in size and now we have a Baba 40.
The recent improvements are;
New custom made 35 gal SS fuel tank.
New aluminum arch equipped with two 100 watt solar panels and two solar deck spot lights
New Lofrans Tigres windlass
New AIS receiver
New Raymarine touch screen color chartplotter in nav-pod at the helm.
2016- bow sprit removed, rebuilt.
2016- all teak overhauled
2018- all new engine cover soundproofing installed
New water heater
Last summer we took her on our longest voyage, from Rhode Island out around Nantucket and up to Maine. We could not have been any happier with her sailing characteristics and comfort of ride. She heaves too like a dream with double reefed main and a backed staysail. Without towing that inflatable dinghy behind her we were really suprised how well she pointed into the wind and how fast she actually sails for 30 foot boat with 25 foot waterline length and nearly 13,000 lb. displacement. When all three sails are up in 15 knots of breeze, lock the wheel, take a shower, make a sandwich and come back to the helm, she is sailing straight as an arrow (Of course having someone stand watch). Though sails have been upgraded, the original dimensions have not been altered so as to not interfere with the designed balance of the rig. We purchased this boat with intent of long distance cruising in mind.