GITANA was designed by Ray Hunt, built by Wilbur Yachts in Maine and commissioned in 1989. The attention to detail from Wilbur Yachts, in building this vessel, was extensive with many custom features. GITANA offers three gorgeous staterooms, full beam salon, spacious galley and a large pilot house. All new electronics 2020. She had been maintained to the highest standards and has been constantly upgraded over the years, showing much newer than her age! She must be seen to be appreciated.
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There are excellent accommodations for the owner and 4 guests. GITANA is finished with teak joinerwork and a teak and holly sole. Proceeding to the lower or stateroom deck the finish shifts to a Herreshoff style with varnished Cherry trim on flat white panels. The Owner's stateroom has a full cherry interior. The sole forward is carpeted with an attractive Berber Rug.
Starting forward is the Guest Stateroom or Crew's Quarters features a very large (6'-8") V-berth with filler at the foot of which is access to the chain locker and additional stowage. Below the V-berth there are 4 drawers and 2-drop face lockers and a "dressing seat". Further fwd under the V are large bin stowage areas. Above the V-berth are cherry ceilings planks and then 4 lockers P&S with cane faced drop front doors. Aft of the Starboard berth is an ample bureau with 4 drawers with a hanging locker behind. (All lockers referenced as a hanging locker are fitted with a drying bar and lights). There are reading lights at both berths and ample overhead lighting, plus natural lighting from a large hatch and 2 large ports with screens. There is a Craig AM/FM/Cassette system and the stateroom has 2 speakers. The stateroom has its own private head. The head is fitted with a Groco electric toilet, white Corian topped vanity & sink with H&C pressure water, 3 large lockers and drawers for stowage. This head has a common stall shower with the other guest stateroom head.
The second Guest Stateroom is off the fore and aft passage on the starboard side and features upper and lower berths along the inboard side. The upper is twin sized and the lower is 48" in width at the head and tapers toward the foot. There are drawers under the lower berth and a large bureau opposite with 2 shelves forward and 2 lockers aft. Aft and outboard is a generous hanging locker. Light and ventilation are provided by a hatch with screen, a stainless port with screen, large dome lights and reading lamps at the berths. Opposite the Guest Stateroom (across the passage) is the guest head featuring white Corian vanity with integral sink with H&C pressure water, Groco electric toilet, and generous stowage in 2 lockers with shelves, 2 other lockers and 2 drawers. The sole in both heads is tiled, as is the shower stall.
The spacious Master Stateroom runs the full with of the yacht. It is finished with a full cherry interior and features a 6'-6" by 50" island queen berth. There are total of 12 drawers and 1 large locker under the berth. Above the head of the berth, lockers run the width of the stateroom. Nightstands to P&S of the berth have 2 drawers. To port is a large hanging locker with lights and drying bar. There is also a dressing seat with bin stowage under and a bureau that curves around and across the port side of the fwd. Bulkhead and it has 6 drawers. Above the bureau are 3 small drawers and 6 lockers. Forward and to starboard is a second large hanging locker and dressing seat. There is a Craig AM/FM/Cassette stereo and speakers. There are 2 reading lights and 2 overhead dome lights. Natural light and ventilation comes from 2 large stainless ports. The Master Head is to starboard and features an "escape hatch" to the pilothouse, white Corian vanity with integral sink H&C pressure water, electric Groco W.C., deep fiberglass "tub" with shower. The vanity is generous running fore and aft. It provides ample stowage with additional stowage in lockers above.
From the lower passage a graciously curved staircase leads to the raised Pilot House featuring P&S access doors and a full width operators station with navigational electronics. The vessel controls are on centerline. To starboard of this is a full sized cork topped chart table with appropriate lights for work at night, book rack, and 2 full sized chart drawers under which there is a larger locker with 2 shelves. Aft in the Pilot House is a large L-Settee with a fixed table large enough to seat 3-4 people comfortably. There is bin stowage under the settee and there are deep drawers on the starboard side. To the port side of the wheelhouse is a large bureau within which is a generous wet locker. The curved forward face opens to reveal stowage for a full set of code flags. Inboard of this bureau is passage to the Galley, Saloon and Dinette area of the yacht. Along the inboard side of this passage is the ships electrical distribution system.
Down 2 steps is the Dining Area, which is to port, and features a U shaped settee with bin stowage under and a substantial table. The settee measures 6'-10" by 42". Opposite the Dining Area is the Galley, which is sized to make food preparation comfortable for a large party of guests. The Galley is U shaped 6'-8" by 9'-6" and features a Norcold dual voltage refrigerator/freezer, a Grunert top loading holding plate freezer box, a Shipmate 3 burner propane stove with oven and dual stainless steel sinks with H&C fresh water. Counter space and stowage is impressive with 4 large lockers, top loading stowage box and several drawers. The counter tops are done in butcher block forward and white Formica aft.
Aft of the Galley and Dining Area is the main saloon running the full width of the yacht. To port are 2 upholstered swivel chairs forward of which is a large stowage bureau with white counter tops. This houses the icemaker and a locker with bottle stowage. Outboard of the chairs are drop face lockers with stowage out under the side decks. Aft is a teak desk with drop front. On centerline is the door to the cockpit. Opposite to starboard is generous L-shaped settee with bin stowage under. The table raises and lowers on pneumatic assist post to cocktail or dining height and also is on an innovative hidden slide system that allows it to be pulled away from the settee. There is a small corner or end table built in between the section of the L-settee. Forward of the settee is a bureau housing the salon stereo, VCR and 4 storage drawers. Lighting throughout the upper deck is abundant with the large side windows. There are numerous dome lamps, and reading lamps appropriately space as well. Indirect valance lighting is installed throughout the saloon, galley, and dining spaces.
The exterior of GITANA is comfortable and well thought out. There are spacious teak side decks with a varnished teak cap rail. A large stowage locker is to starboard. Nicely angled stairs to the bridge are just aft of the pilothouse doors. On the Flybridge there are two long bench seats running fore and aft with bin stowage inside. Additional stowage is under the full width helm consol. Aft of the flying bridge and the Radar Arch is a "motor" for easy of lowering of the radar arch. When down the bridge clearance is reduced from 36' to only 20'!
From the aft end of the bridge a stainless steel ladder leads to the aft deck. Teak cabinetry to port houses the full sized individual spotlight to provide security and light when boarding from aft. A centerline full width lazarette has voluminous stowage. To starboard there is a transom door to the swim platform.
Wired for 12 volt, 24 volt, 110 volt and 220 volt (for Reversed Cycle A/C units). 20 KW Westerbeke gen set with ??? hours in a sound shield. Four-8D gel-cell 12 volt batteries (in parallel) (2018') are for lighting and there is recent 24 volt engine starting battery.
Full operational controls and electronics at both helm station as follows. All new electronics are currently being installed
The engine room is as generous in size and space as is the rest of the yacht and is kept in every bit as nice condition. Walk in access is from the aft cockpit and there is near standing head room throughout. A sink with H&C pressure water is fitted with small counter space, 12V and 110VAC lighting. The Port engine drives the hydraulic pump for the bow thruster and the 24-volt alternator for engine start batteries and has emergency bilge suction. The starboard engine drives the 12-volt alternator. Excellent access to all mechanicals and auxiliary equipment. The 1400 gallons of fuel stores in 4 aluminum tanks: 450 gal. Fwd, 2-350 gal tanks P&S in engine room and a 250 gal. "belly" tank on centerline.
Running gear: The engines turn 34"X32" 4 blade props on 2 1/2 shafts through ZF 2.0:1 reduction gears. Both shafts are fitted with prop spurs.
The hull is light gray with double dark blue boot tops and a red bottom. The transom is varnished teak (over fiberglass). The cabin house, fly bridge etc. is all white awlgrip. Fiberglass Airex foam cored hull. Fiberglass decks and house with full thickness teak overlay in cockpit and on forward and side decks all of which are in excellent condition and show little wear. The flying bridge has an awlgripped deck with slight contrast in the non-skid areas. The transom has a full width teak overlay. The entire hull, and house etc. were re-awlgripped in 2018. The stern was done in clear awlgrip at that time.
GITANA has many other custom features, too numerous to detail here. Only a private showing will allow the buyer to fully appreciate her. She is in excellent condition and must be seen to be appreciated.