19 725 € taxe non applicable
Type de Moteur / Essence
Matériau de la Coque
Fibres de verre / polyester
Numéro de coque
1973 Ericson 29
ANY and ALL offers will be put in front of our seller! Submit your offer today!
Beautiful Bruce King design! Ready to get on the water and enjoy!
The Ericson 29 was built between 1970 and 1978 and is a popular overnight cruiser in the Bay and beyond. Well designed and sails well in the Pacific Coast waters.
The design has sleeping accommodations for five people, with a double V-berth in the bow cabin and two straight settee quarter berths in the main cabin along with a drop-leaf table and one quarter berth aft on the starboard side.
The galley is located on the port side just forward of the companionway ladder. The galley is L-shaped and is equipped with an icebox and a sink. The head is located just aft of the bow cabin on the starboard side.
Priced to sell so don't wait too long!
While we will always attempt to provide you with a TRUE representation of every vessel we market, during any purchase from Pop you will be encouraged to schedule an inspection from an independent, accredited surveyor and every purchase WILL ALWAYS BE subject to your satisfaction with the results from your independent survey and your own personal trial run.
We have several more Hunter, Catalina, and CAL vessels for sale. If you're in the San Jose, Sacramento, Oakland, or Fremont areas, please use the form on this page to let me know what you're looking for and I'll get back with you today about any other sloop sailboat options we have locally that may meet your needs.
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Longeur de Ligne de Flottaison
Réservoirs à Eau Douce
75.71 l ()
Réservoirs de Carburant
45.42 l ()
Année de Construction
Type de Moteur / Essence
This sailboat had a recent haulout where a bottom job was completed. It is a used classic sailboat in better than expected condition. The exterior gelcoat is in typical condition. The current owner indicated that, besides a couple of navigations lights that need to be replaced, all mechanical and electrical systems are in working order.
- Dinette (Included)- Head (Included)
- Ice Box (Included)
- Sink - Galley (Included)
- V Berth (Included)
- Bow Rail (Included)- Cleats - Fixed (Included)
- Battery Switch (Included)- Courtesy Lights (Included)
- Hour Meter (Included)
- Oil Pressure Gauge (Included)
- Tachometer (Included)
- Volt Meter (Included)
- Water Temp Gauge (Included)
- Bilge Blower (Included)- Bilge Pump (Included)
- Carbureted (Included)
- Throttle/shift: Mech (Included)
- Water Tanks (Included)
- Backstay (Included)- Blocks (Included)
- Boom (Included)
- Boom Vang (Included)
- Chain Plates (Included)
- Forestay (Included)
- Lifelines (Included)
- Mast (Included)
- Running Rigging (Included)
- Sloop Rig (Included)
- Standing Rigging (Included)
- Traveler (Included)
- Winches - Manual (Included)
- Club Jib (Included)- Covers - Sail (Included)
- Main Sail (Included)
- Reefing Mainsail (Included)
- Rigged For Single Handed (Included)