WANTED: 32'-46' monohull sailboat for sale in Vancouver, WA

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Looking for a 32'-46' sailboat in British Columbia or northern Washington/Oregon. Should be good for two people to liveaboard comfortably. The condition doesn't matter as long as the price fairly reflects it. Cash in hand - willing to visit and close the deal over the next month. LIST OF KEY SEARCH TERMS: diesel monohull sailboat fixed keel vancouver british columbia marine engine liveaboard live aboard beam draft Sails cruisers Propulsion Type Single Inboard Hull Material Fiberglass steel ferro cement LOA Fuel Tank Capacity Fresh Water Tank Capacity black water grey water blue water bluewater pleasure boat Find outboard engine inboard engine I/O engine jet boat engine and more in Boat Engine Block The nautical term for a pulley Boom A horizontal pole that attaches to the mast and is used to extend the foot of the mainsail Bow The forward part of a boat Centerboard A pivoting plate used to balance a boat and lessen leeway Cleat A fastening around or in which lines can be secured Hull The primary structural body of a vessel, not including superstructure, masts or rigging Keel A boat's fixed underwater part used to prevent sideways drift and provide stability Line Any piece of rope on a boat Mast A pole placed vertically on a boat used to support sails Painter A line attached to a small boat's bow used to tie it to a dock or another boat Rudder A boat's movable underwater steering board Shackle A metal fitting commonly used to connect sails and halyards Shrouds and stays Wires that hold the mast upright (the front one is the forestay) Spreader Struts attached to the mast to increase the holding power of the shrouds Stern A boat's afterpart Tiller A wooden or metal "stick" used to turn the rudder Transom A boat's afterpart that is square to its centerline Wheel A steering apparatus Winch A metal drum-shaped object around which lines are wrapped to make trimming them easier Parts of a sailboat: backstay. A stay (usually cable or rod) that runs from near or at the top of the mast to the stern of the boat; as in: Your backstay seems to be tensioned properly. boom. A spar that supports the foot of the mainsail; as in: The reef lines and outhaul may be fed through the boom. See figure #1. bow. The forward part of a boat also called 'the pointy end'; as in: Go to the bow to drop the anchor. bow pulpit. Guardrail and support at the bow for the lifelines; as in: The lifelines attach to the bow pulpit with special fittings. cabin. A room in a boat; as in: Time to go down to my cabin. deck. The surface covering the hull of a boat; as in: Standing on deck is a good way to catch some sun. Figure #1 Illustration showing gooseneck, mainsail, tack, mast, and boom.gooseneck. The fitting that attaches the boom to the mast; as in: The bottom forward corner of the mainsail (known as the 'tack') is attached close to the gooseneck. Also illustrated are the mast and the boom. headstay. Also called forestay, a cable that runs from the bow to the upper part of the mast; as in: Our headsail attaches to the headstay. See figure #5. hull. The underbody of a boat; as in: This hull is solid fiberglass. See figure #5. jib. A foresail (headsail) that fits inside the foretriangle (the clew does not extend beyond the mast); as in: As we approach our anchorage we will furl the jib. See figure #5. keel. An extension of the hull that goes deeper into the water and provides stability from heel and sideways resistance to wind; as in: A well designed keel can provide lift to windward. See figure #5. lifeline. A wire or cable that runs along the outside of the deck supported by stanchions to help restrain passengers; as in: All lifelines should be checked frequently for corrosion, loose fittings, and fish hooks (metal barbs)....

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