The present owner of MAX has taken her in part trade in early 2020 for another Swan he owned. While he has enjoyed sailing MAX his primary interest is in getting her sold so he may move on with other projects he has planned.
The previous owners of MAX purchased her in about 2014 and they thoroughly enjoyed short-handed sailing her up and down the east coast of the USA, following the seasons and living aboard for extended periods of time.
MAX has been lovingly cared for, she shows very well and is equipped and ready to go for more extended cruising. While the asking price is already very attractive, offers are encouraged.
Solid fiberglass white gel coat hull reinforced with longitudinal stringers.
Red sheer and waterline stripes.
Lead fin keel with bulb
Closed cell foam cored fiberglass deck.
Teak overlay on side decks and in cockpit.
Stainless steel stem head fitting with single roller.
Silver anodized toe rail.
Stainless steel bow and stern rails.
Stainless steel fold down boarding ladder at transom.
Stainless steel stanchions.
Stainless steel handrails on coachroof.
3 x pair mooring cleats located forward, midship and aft.
Double 1 x 19 stainless steel wire lifelines.
Lifeline gate to starboard.
Genoa tracks on side decks with cars and line car pullers.
Mainsheet traveler located immediately forward of wheel.
Pedestal with stainless steel 44” wheel steering.
Deck locker at bow accessing anchor and chain locker.
Logan Tigre windlass mounted in locker.
Deck locker under starboard cockpit seat accessing large cockpit locker.
Lifting port cockpit seat to access hatch to ventilate aft port cabin.
All Harken self-tailing.
2 x 66.3, 3 speed primaries.
2 x 56.3, 3 speed secondaries.
2 x 48.2, 2 speed utility.
3 x 44.2, 2 speed utility at mast.
Sleeps 4 in 2 sleeping cabins with an additional single quarter berth and 2 settee berths in the main saloon for a total of 7. 2 heads. The interior woodwork is varnished, hand rubbed, Burmese teak veneer over marine ply. The cabin sole is teak and holly. The overheads are vinyl covered paneling.
“V” bunk with filler to make a double. Hanging locker aft to starboard. Overhead lockers port and starboard.
Located on the port side. Gel-coated fiberglass unit to waist height. Teak above waist height. Electric head. Lockers outboard. Sink and mirror. Hot and cold pressure water with telephone type shower.
“L” shaped settee to port surrounding the dining table. Pilot berth outboard to port. Straight settee to starboard with lockers and shelves outboard. Drop leaf on table starboard side to allow dining from the starboard settee. Locker forward to port.
Located on the starboard side and facing forward. Drawers and lockers forward. Hanging locker aft. Electrical AC/DC panel.
Located on the port side aft of the main saloon. Double stainless steel sinks. 3 x burner, propane, gimbaled stove with oven. Side loading 12volt Isotherm refrigerator close to centerline and top loading freezer outboard.
Located on the port side aft of the galley. Double bunk with filler. Hanging locker forward. Shelving and lockers outboard. Access to aft end of engine under panel forward.
Located on the starboard side aft of the navigation station. Gel-coated fiberglass unit to waist height. Teak above waist height. Manual head. Lockers outboard.
Volvo Penta MD 22L, Saildrive, 50hp
Lined and sound proofed engine compartment.
Engine controls next to helm station with single lever engine control, gauges and switches for tachometer, engine temperature, oil pressure, fuel level, battery charge warning light, warning lights for low oil pressure and high engine temperature and fuel water separator.
2 x manual bilge pump
1 x electric bilge pump
Sea water foot pump at galley
Fresh water foot pump at galley
Spectra water maker, Cape Horn Extreme.
Jabsco electric and manual saltwater flush heads
Hot water tank, 5.8 gallons, engine driven or 110volt.
100 gallons fresh water in 2 x stainless steel tanks
66 gallons of diesel in stainless steel tanks
Stainless steel black water tanks for both heads.
Hot and cold water deck shower.
Electric sump pumps in both heads.
Fresh water manifold.
Dorade box on foredeck with 2 cowls.
6 x opening ports.
7 x opening deck hatches.
Fan blower for engine space.
Extractor fan in each head.
12volt DC system.
2 x 12volt in series AGM zero maintenance 8D batteries providing 24volts (new 2017).
1 x 12volt 90AH AGM engine start battery (new 2014).
Freedom Marine 25, 2500watt inverter/charger.
2 x Balmar 12volt, 60amp alternator with regulator.
Solar panels 2-130W (new 2015)
115volt, 25amp shore power plug.
115volt outlets below decks.
Red lights for nigh vision below decks.
Lightening protection with rigging and tanks grounded through keel.
Deck flood light mounted on mast.
B&G Hydra 2000 depth sounder, log, speed, sea water temp and wind instruments.
2 x MFDs in cockpit.
2 x analogue apparent wind and magnified wind readouts in cockpit.
3 x B&G readouts on mast under goose neck.
B&G Hydra 240-PK-ACP 2 autopilot with hydraulic ram.
Raymarine E8 chart plotter at helm.
SEA SSB 235.
Raymarine radar (2015).
Standard Horizon VHF with AIS/GPS at navigation station and remote MIC at helm.
Aluminum anodized mast with 2 spreaders.
Aluminum anodized boom.
Carbon fiber spinnaker pole.
Aluminum whisker pole.
Stainless steel Navtec rod rigging.
Harken roller furler for headsail.
Navtec hydraulics for backstay, boom vang and baby stay.
Halyard clutches on deck.
North Dacron mainsail with partial battens.
North 150% Dacron genoa.
Staysail with hanks.
Achilles 10'4" dinghy with aluminum dual floor (2018).
Mercury 20hp, electric start outboard engine with battery and extra long chord (2018).
Life raft with 2021 inspection certificate.
JVC radio and JVC CD player with I=Pod adaptor.
2 x cockpit speakers.
2 x saloon speakers.
Insignia 24” TV.
Mainsail cover (new 2019).
Companionway spray hood.
Cockpit cushions with piping (new 2018).
45lb CQR anchor.
4 fleece covered fenders.
Survival Tech MOM8 overboard module.
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.