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The Freedom 39 PH is a recreational keelboat, built predominantly of fiberglass using a balsa core, with wooden trim. It is a cat-rigged schooner, with carbon-fiber conventional booms and two free-standing carbon-fiber masts. It has an aft cockpit and a low-mounted pilothouse forward of the cockpit. It features a raked stem, a slightly reverse transom, a skeg-mounted rudder controlled by a wheel and a fixed fin keel.
A rare example of a timeless classic! This Freedom 39 Pilothouse Schooner is ready for a new home - with unmatched and ample space below deck and an easy to manage stable top deck makes this a unique way to get the sails up and enjoy the water!
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Freedom 39 PH
Beam: 12’ 10"
Draft: 5’ 6"
Bridge Clearance: 57'
Vessel Name: Farfelu 1
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Hull Color: White
Engine Type: inboard
HP: 37 HP
Scope Of Rebuild: Remanufactured in 2010 by ADF Diesel in Montreal at a cost of $10,000. Detailed bill available.
Propeller Type: 2
Propeller Material: bronze
Chartplotter: Navman Tracker 5507
Depth Sounder: B&G
Wind Speed & Direction: Ultrasonic, Airmar 200WX
Autopilot: Navman Pilot 3380 driving a 12V Octopus 1012 hydraulic RAM
Compass: Navman fluxgate
VHF Radio: Standard Horizon GX1260S
Raritan Crown Head
Electrical and Mechanical Equipment
4 house and 1 engine Batteries / 4 x Firefly Oasis Group 31. Total 460 Amp/hr
Battery Charger: Victor MultiPlus 3000, 120A
Solar Panels: 1 225W panel, Day4 Energy 60MC-I with Victor BlueSolar MPPT 100/30 charge controller
Invertor: Victor MultiPlus 3000, 3000W
Cockpit Accommodations and Equipment
Swim Platform: Bolt-on addition
Interior Accomodations and Equipment
State Rooms: 2
Flooring Type: Teak and holly
Upgrades and More Info
The original carbon fibre masts were replaced with brand new custom made carbon fibre masts at a cost of $33,000USD and built by Composite Engineering (Van Dusen Racing Boats) in New York
9 Brownell brand jack stands that are included with the sale of the boat
Both sails have Doyle Stack Packs (2013)
Both booms have Garhauer rigid downhaul (2014)
Forward sail self-tacking rail replaced with Garhauer (2019)
Deck wash down pump and pressure tank (2013) which also supplies pressurized sea water to a separate faucet at the galley sink
Muffler (Halyard 3’’), gooseneck muffler (Vetus NPLG75) and exhaust hose (ShieldFlex II) replaced in 2013
Starboard side fuel vent, water tank fill, fuel tank fill hoses replaced (2013)
Port side hoses available but not installed
All engine fuel hoses replaced (2013)
H2Out AVD 2 Fuel Vent Dryers (2013) starboard is installed and port supplied but not installed
Fuel vent spill preventer Racor LG100 (2013) starboard is installed and port supplied but not installed
All propane hoses replaced (2016)
New propane solenoid, regulator, and propane detector (2016)
Carbon monoxide detector (2016)
Balmar SmartGauge battery monitor (2017)
Victor Venus GX battery and vessel monitoring (currently only monitors the batteries and fuel tanks) (2019)
Digital Yacht iKommunicate instrument gateway (2019)
Wifi Ranger router (2019)
NMEA2000 to USB gateway (2019)
New VFH antenna and cable (2019)
New AIS antenna and cable (2019)
New ELCI and main shore power breaker (2019)
Galley sink and faucet replaced (2014)
Interior customization in 2015
The aft cabin head was converted into a workshop
The saloon starboard side settee was converted into a nav station outfitted with a computer monitor arm that can take up to a 27’’ monitor, and can swivel the monitor towards the saloon to be used as a TV. The Nav station desk top is made of solid iroko wood
Tons of spare parts included.
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