The 44 was built in China on a solid fiberglass semi-displacement hull, with fairly high freeboard, hard chines, and a prop protecting full length keel....Its 3208 Caterpillar diesel motors will cruise at a very economical 5 GPH at 7 to 8 knots.
This is a very rare Trawler that has a "T&T HYDRAULIC LIFTING SWIM PLATFORM" This is a $30,000 optionally added item!
Showing much newer than her age... this Island Gypsy has been extensively updated and lovingly maintained over the course of her years. She represents an excellent value and opportunity for her next owner to take advantage of the great efforts (and expense) put forth by her current owner and phenomenal liveaboard cruiser. The Island Gypsy 44 Trawler is one of few models of her size that have been noted for making Trans-Atlantic crossings. They are very capable passage makers with notable features being 700 gallon fuel capacity, full prop protecting keel, high freeboard at the bow, three stateroom layout with centerline queen berth in aft master stateroom and spacious accommodations both above and below deck. See the full listing for more details, or call to set up a showing.
1 Simpson Lawrence anchor windlass
300' 5/16" anchor chain
2 anchors, stainless steel CQR Plow and Danforth
6 dock lines
Raw (salt) water anchor wash-down on Bow
220 Volt AC
50 amp Charles amp boost system
Galvanic electric guard system on both shafts and the entire vessel grounding system
22" Toshiba flat screen TV
32" Toshiba flat screen TV
Magnum 2812 inverter 12 vt/plus DC charger
60 amp back up charging system for house and motor batteries
Group 31 motor batteries
Dedicated battery for generator, group 27
2 banks of house batteries 4 and 10 6 vt golf cart batteries
8 KW onan generator with 2406 hours on it
LED and quartz lighting systems in red/white in galley and helm area
New refrigerator condenser and holding plate
U-Line ice maker with new evaporator and solenoid
New rule 3500 GPH front bilge pump
Newer rule 2500 GPH engine room bilge pump
Twin Caterpillar engines
About 2000 hours
Speed: 7.5-8 knots at 1500 RPM
Burns 5 GPH
Single lever controls both upper and lower stations
3 air conditioning systems
(1) 16k BTU Marine air with easy start ($2,000 option, power saving device)
(2) 12k BTU
Each unit has it's own water pump
Twin Dahl fuel filter and fuel polishing system
3 electric base board heater 110 electric
T&T lifting system with rebuilt hydraulic cylinders
4 LED lights on transom
Garmin 5212 upper and lower helm stations
Garmin weather receiver and XM radio
Upper and lower standard horizon VHF with loud haler
Glendening synchronizer system
Kolenberg horn CO2
Standard 3 trumpet air horns
Icom HAM single side band radio
Fuel flow meters
Force 10 4 burner stove with oven
BBQ grill propane
2 propane tanks on fly bridge (trident, solenoid and container)
20 gallon hot water tank with port maintenance heater
Aft raw water washdown
Smoke detectors 10/19
Marine builtin speakers on fly bridge
Bose speakers in state master bedroom and saloon
JVC sterio CD/AM/FM
Guest spot light
Sea Trell 3" compass lower helm
Sea Trell 5" compass fly bridge helm
Bimini and covers 4 years old
2 Raritan electric toilets
40 gallon fiberglass holding tank with macerater
400 gallon stainless steel water tank, 5 separate tanks
700 gallon aluminum fuel tank, 2 separate tanks
Aluminum radar arch
mast with steadying sail
Height and mast from deck head 25'
Air draft 35'
Keel draft 4.5'
Engine room remote oil changes system for main engines and generator
Spare T&T lift hydraulic cylinders
Aprox: 700 gallons fuel
Started for CAT motor and extra solenoid
Alternator for CAT motor
Aprox. 50 primary and secondary fuel and oil filters for the main engines and generator
Assortment of V-belts
3 rebuilt water pumps for CAT and one core pump (to be rebuilt) I have the spare parts to rebuild
Water pump generator
Fresh water pumps ($250-$300 each)
Shower sump pump
Raritan raw water pump, new motor, Raritan parts
About 200 hose clamps size #4 to 8"
Impellers for each pump on board
Sveral hundred feet of storm lines used to ride out hurricanes
300' of new 5/8" 3 strand line (Cost me over $300)
40lb Danforth type anchor
80lb Danforth type storm anchor
Sea anchor parachute
2 new sets of stuffing boxes ($400 each)
Set of emergency spare props
2 T&T hydraulic cylinders ($2,000 each)
Spare cylinder hoses and rebuild kit for TNT cylinders installed for T&T lift
Assorted valves and solenoids
50' 50amp power cord
75' 50amp power cord
Power cord adapters
Bronze plumbing fittings (1/8" to 1 1/2")
Nylon plumbing fittings
Set of tools
Many cans of paint, varnish, epoxy, acetone, paint thinner, alcohol, paint brushes, rollers, sand paper (many boxes), misc painting tools, misc epoxy glue, sealant, caulking, stir sticks, motor oil, TNT oil, coolant and more.
New 7" monitor & cameras that I was going to ass to see the engine room, and many other items that will remain on the boat.
This is the list of more than 20 years of gathering items for a project that I was going to do at that time. I guess if I were to go anf purchase all the items today I would put a price tag of over $50,000.
I am sure that I left something out.
Items not included with boat however can be negotiated:
Specter high pressure pump and an assortment of parts necessary to install a water-maker, low pressure pump, controls, membranes, and water filters.
Chest freezer on bridge:
Complete set of refrigeration & air conditioner tools, refrigeration brass fittings (expensive), and everything you would need to install and repair units. (gauges, vacuum pump, oxygen-acetylene torch, pipe cutters, flare tool, and some tanks of Freon)
Misc hand & power tools
But wait there is more!
When using the inverter the AC, refrigerator and hot water are automatically turned off
Boat name is reserved
The yacht was hauled 1/1/20 new bottom paint, props were reconditioned. Recent renewals
include 3 new air conditioners with easy start controls and each unit has its own water pump.
The T & T lift had the hydraulic cylinders rebuilt with spare backup cylinders 1/1/20.
The refrigerator has new raw water cooled condensing unit and holding plate. The U-Line ice
maker has a new evaporator and solenoid. The freezer is under the dining settee with a new
holding plate. The forward bilge pump is a new Rule 3500 GPH pump. The engine room bilge
pump is a newer Rule 2500 GPH pump. The generator has just had a full servicing 5/20 that
included having the coil rewound, heat exchanger renewed, new fuel pump. The house battery
bank has 4 new batteries 6/20.
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.