1987 Gulfstar 54 Sailmaster
ACCOMMODATIONS AND LAYOUT: Sleeps 6 owners and guests in 3 staterooms, plus 2 dinette berths
for a total of 8 berths. The spacious main salon is entered from the cockpit, brightly lit with large windows
along the side and also forward. The salon features: "U" shaped dinette to starboard with 2 leather barrel
swivel chairs, ice maker, liquor storage, and sit down navigation station to port. The galley is aft to starboard
(one step down). The Master Stateroom is aft with a center line pedestal berth (walk around), drawers and
hanging lockers, enclosed head with separate shower, access to the aft cockpit, television and telephone
outlets. The Guest Stateroom is forward of the salon to starboard has upper and lower berths, full length
hanging locker, drawer storage. television outlet. The Forward Guest Stateroom has a centerline pedestal
double berth, access into the forward head, drawer and hanging locker. television outlet. Note also the
following features: Full teak interior with teak and holly cabin sole; full 6'4"+ headroom; abundant storage
through out the cabin.
GALLEY: Galley down; Norcold refrigerator
w/freezer; Tappan 3 burner electric stove; combination
washer/dryer; convection/microwave oven; complete hot (110 volt) and cold pressure water, with dockside
LOA ..................... 54' 6"Electronics
LWL ..................... 43' 10"
Beam .................... 15' 9"
Draft ...................... 4' 11"
Displacement .......... 50,000 lbs. approx.
Ballast ................... 11,000 lbs. approx. lead
Robertson AP100DL autopilot *
Furuno 802D 30 mile radar
Navtronics video plotter *
Magellan NAV5200 DX GPS
Furuno LC 90 MK II *
Stephans SEA 22 single side band radio
Telephone, television inlet
Datamarine Link 5000:
knotmeter, VMG, log
with cockpit remote
Magnavox MX4100 Sat Nav
Ritchie pedestal compass
Sails and Rigging
Equipped for cruising, ketch rigged with a Hood Stoway main sail (electric) and mizzen (manual) furling;
electric Barient self tailing primary winches, 2 additional Barient self tailing winches and 2 additional regular winches; Hood genoa furling; mast height 54'10" from the waterline. SAIL INVENTORY: Hood main sail, mizzen, 150% furling genoa.
Engine and Mechanical
Twin 72 hp Yanmar Diesel, Cruiseair marine air conditioning (4 75 gal holding tank units), (2) automatic bilge pumps, manual bilge pump, bronze sea valves and bronze thru hull fittings, inspection plates on all tanks, Village Marine 600 gal./day watermaker, Vetus 24 volt bowthruster, Max Prop feathering propeller, hydraulic steering, 380 gallons of fuel, 260 gallons of water. Owner reports fuel consumption of under 2 gallons per hour at 7 knots. (2) bilge blowers (12 volt and 110 volt)
12 volt (DC); 110 volt, 220 volt (AC); 4 batteries with parallel switch; dockside electrical cables; 2-50 amp automatic battery chargers; Onan 8 Kw generator with 1018 hours and factory "sound box"; Heart 2000 watt invertor.
REMARKS: If a long distance, live aboard, motorsailor of this size in
Bristol condition is in your plans, this Gulfstar 54 must be seen.
This Sailcruiser 54 has been planed and equipped for easy sailing by a
limited crew, the Hood electric furling main sail and electric primary
winches "removes the work" and adds to enjoyment of sailing a yacht
of her size. She also has the sought after features one looks for in a
yacht of this size: 3 cabin arrangement with a large well lit salon,
twin Diesel power with bow thruster, electric furling main sail,
electric primary winches, full electronics, center and aft cockpits, hardtop
with full enclosure, air conditioning, generator, and her long list
of features and premium quality equipment continues. A recent video
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This page last updated on November 14, 1999