MANGO was purchased in 2016 from the original owner. For many years MANGO has been sailed in the NE area only.
Since 2016 the current owner has completed many upgrades including re-caulking the teak decks, adding an ElectroSan head system, purchasing new sails, replacing the lenses in the deck hatches and fixed ports, adding a chart plotter at the helm, installed air-conditioning and replaced the refrigeration system.
Each winter MANGO has been hauled for the winter with a Fairclough cover over her.
White gel coated, solid fiberglass hull
Nautor blue sheer and waterline stripes
Cored fiberglass decks
Aluminum anodized toe rails
Stainless steel stem head fitting with single anchor roller
Lewmar electric windlass with up and down switches
Stainless steel bow and stern rails
Stainless steel swim ladder on transom
Stainless steel stanchions
1 x 19 stainless steel wire double lifelines
Lifeline gate on starboard side
2 x pair mooring cleats
2 x 4 gang Lewmar line stoppers
Wheel steering with pedestal and stainless steel guard
Leather cover over wheel
Mainsheet traveler track on bridge-deck
Genoa black anodized aluminum tracks each with line adjustable lead blocks
Cockpit lockers port and starboard and under helmsman's seat
All Lewmar, aluminum, self tailing, 2 Speed except as noted
2 x #55, non ST, 3 speed Primary
2 x #48, Secondary
2 x #44, halyard and utility
2 x #42, non ST, utility
Sleeps a total of 8, 3 in the aft cabin, 2 in the forward cabin and 3 in the saloon. 1 head. Varnished, hand rubbed teak veneer over marine ply furniture. Teak and holly cabin soles. Vinyl overheads.
Located in the bow. 2 x fold up teak bunks. Ample storage beneath the bunks.
Located aft of the forward cabin and on the starboard side. Groco manual head. Teak shower grate. Sink in fiberglass unit to half height.
Straight settee to port with lockers outboard and forward. "L" shaped settee to starboard with pilot berth outboard and locker forward. Table on centerline with with leaves port and starboard.
Located on the starboard side and forward facing. Surrounded by navigation and communication instruments and AC and DC electrical panel. Hanging wet locker aft.
Located aft of the saloon on the port side. "L" shaped. UPO 3 burner propane stove with oven. Double stainless steel sink. Top load fridge/freezer, run off the engine. Formica counter tops. Companionway steps between galley and navigation station. Engine space under the companionway.
Double bunk to port and single bunk to starboard. Seat between bunks. Lockers, one over engine compartment and other between berths.
Yanmar 4JH3E diesel engine with 56HP
Single throttle control
At nav station:
Raymarine Hybrid Touch chart plotter screen
Uniden Atlantis 270 portable VHF
Hydra 2000 B&G screen
ICOM IC-M58 VHF
ICOM IC-M710 MF/HF Marine Transceiver
2 x B&G Hydra 2000
Raymarine ST Graphic display
Raytheon Neco autopilot
Simrad chart plotter display at pedestal
Suunto compass on pedestal
3 x 20/20 B&G displays under goose neck
110volt AC system
30amp 125volt deck inlet
Shore power cord
110volt outlets inside
12volt DC system
124/106amp Ample alternator
Hot and cold shower in cockpit
Hot and cold pressure water in head and galley
Telephone type shower in head
Whale manual Gusher bilge pump
Electric bilge pump
Raritan Electro Scan head system
Groco Manual head
Sump pump in the head for the shower
Espar forced air heating
Webasto marine reverse cycle air conditioning
Nautor silver anodized aluminum double spreader mast
Nautor aluminum anodized boom
Hall Spars composite spinnaker pole
Hydraulic vang and backstay adjuster on forward side of pedestal
Harken Batt Cars for mainsail
Harken roller furler for headsail
North main-coastal Dacron (2017)
North genoa coastal Dacron (2017)
Doyle Stack Pack for mainsail
45lb CQR anchor
BOSS Marine stereo CD MP3 Blue Tooth player
1 x pair saloon speakers
1 x pair BOSS marine speakers in cockpit
Fairclough green canvas cover and frame (2018)
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.