Performance Cruising Gemini Catamaran 3000, 1984, LOA: 30'- 5", Beam: 14', Draft: 18" (boards up) / 5' (boards down) Masthead-rigged sloop. Harken roller-furling jib, fully battened main with lazy jacks. Jib with UV strip mounted, additional Genoa and extra main. 2 sets of tracks and cars for jib and genoa sheets. Full bow rail with double lifelines to stern rails. 3 anchors mounted on individual bow rollers and anchor locker for chain and rode. Large extra gear locker on foredeck. 6'-2" x 4'-2" cockpit deck with seating on 3 sides and two large stowage lockers under seating aft. Wheel steerage. Pedestal-Mounted Helmsman's Chair and 65" x 44" Snap-on Cockpit Sunshade. Powermate ProForce 5.5 OHV 3150w max/2500w generator on stern (very low hours).
This boat has been recently reconfigured such that a new cabin top has been fabricated out of corecell and fiberglass to replace the original cabin top.
With the new cabin top the pluses are:
1. MUCH better navigation visibility... front and sides (this really is HUGE for these older Geminis. It also corrected a leaking problem in the front-facing ports... and... as they were in a plywood frame... it was rotting from all the past leaking... and really needed to be fixed)
2. Extended cover for the helmsman (the old top extended less than a foot into the cockpit... I extended the new cabin top another foot - creating a "realistic" cover at the helm).
3. A platform on top has been created to mount 2 or 3 125-watt solar panels... enough to live-aboard on the hook.
4. The new flatter top allowed for the creation of a rainwater catchment system.
5. Hand rails will now be in the ideal place for accessing the top deck from the cockpit (the old set up was such that the small handrails were all but useless... you really couldn't reach them... and they were too small to really help you going forward... a serious problem especially given the slope of the upper deck as you step up onto it from the cockpit... I will be able to mount new handrails EXACTLY were they are needed now).
6. More headroom in the cockpit under the cover... up to 6'-2".
7. More headroom inside - fore and aft - port to starboard - and up to 6'-3" headroom in the salon... over the whole salon platform aft of the settee.
All in all, it will be a substantially better boat for the change.
Tankage: two 38+ gallon water tanks in stern lockers, two fuel (gasoline) tanks in stern lockers, 18 (?) gallon waste holding tank in forward head compartment.
Starboard Pontoon; Moving Fr forward aft; double bed Master Berth forward w/large hanging locker and additional stowage on shelves, galley w/single ss bowl and H/C on-demand pressure water, Stowage in two large wells under the counter. Additional stowage on shelves under/behind salon seats. 3-burner propane stove w/oven, microwave, room for under-counter DC refer if desired in present configuration, 44" wide (at opening) quarter berth (currently used for stowage-no mattress). AC/propane Dometic refrigerator with large freezer - and yes - it makes ice very well indeed!
Portside Pontoon; Moving Fr forward aft; head w marine head & holding tank (18 gal?) w/H/C AC/propane on-demand pressure water heater, single ss bowl and shower wand. Shower sump in floor w/self-priming discharge pump. Table with large locker (currently holds 5 tool boxes, two cordless drill boxes and other related gear) and nav station w/chart stowage. 44" wide (at opening) quarter berth (currently used for stowage-no mattress.
Bridging platform; Salon with booth-like seating for 5 (Designed for 6 - Air Conditioning unit installed forward in the starboard side bench seat).
This boat is loaded. 2 Ritchie compasses, 2 Garmin GPS, Raymarine Autohelm, VHF, 4 new house batteries and a very good maintainence free starter battery, PV panels and 15 amp charge controller, 1200 watt inverter, 110 battery charger, All USCG safety gear and much, much more. If interested, please email me for a complete list of Equipment and Gear that will transfer with the sale.