Lori started sailing as a youngster in Chesapeake Bay and has stayed near the water ever since. After sailing the Caribbean islands on her Passport 40, she cruised on larger boats in the Mediterranean. Lori has been a broker in Ft. Lauderdale for over 25 years and brings with her a wealth of experience.
Her knowledge and expertise about bluewater cruising sailboats is well known and as her loyal clients have begun to move into trawlers and motoryachts, Lori has also acquired a solid background in these yachts. She prides herself on helping her sellers showcase their yachts. Additionally, the buyers with whom she works praise her ability to pinpoint the best boats for their needs at a price within their budgets.View Broker (Lori Goldstein)
|Yacht Name:||Southern Star|
"Jamma" is a 56' Cabo Rico, fully outfitted for worldwide cruising. She is in near-perfect condition, spotless, professionally maintained and appears to be much newer than her actual years. Included in her inventory: Leisurefurl Mainsail with electric halyard winch Maxpower retractable bow thruster Electric Anderson primary winches Electric Anderson secondary winches and main sheet winch Raymarine e165 HybridTouch display (2015) New 6 man Liferaft (2016) New Canvas Cockpit enclosure (2016) New Alcantara upholestry in dusty blue suede (2016) 125 HP Yanmar with only 1200 hours Redundant electronics Three units of Cruisair AC Balmar generator ... and pages more
"Jamma" boasts two large staterooms and two heads, perfect for "two couple" cruising. Her solid teak interior finish is striking, as is the case for all Cabo Rico Yachts. No veneers means that it can always look great, as dings and scratches can be removed. Included is a large sea galley, workshop/machinery room, commodious salon, and a dedicated navigator's area.
Unusually spacious C-shaped sea galley with copious amounts of counter space and storage. Cream white Corian countertops, hardwood faced drawers and high galley fiddles. Safety bar in front of oven, wine glass, bowl, and plate storage built in. Overall a magnificent galley!
Electronics and Navigation
Fully equipped for bluewater cruising. Redundancy has been very important to the owner.
Deck, Cockpit and Hull
All fiberglass non-skid deck, easily walked. High bulwarks for safety, with high and securely fitted stanchions.
OTHER DECK DETAILS:
Modified full keel design with reduced wetted surface area. Designed hull speed of 8.74 knots. Vinylester resin hull construction with Core-Cell foam core above the waterline. 545 Epoxy primer on bottom. Bottom painted May 2017. Sizable molded-in rubrail with stainless striker port and starboard.
Sails and Rigging
Smartly set up for a couple to handle easily, or even a singlehander. Spars are non-electric, but employ electric winches. In case of electrical or mechanical problems, all sail functions can be performed manually. Powerful cutter rig sail plan. Sail Area/Displacement ratio is 17.35.
Unique sailplan with three headsails. A large roller furling (but not roller reefing) light-air Code Zero rig is furthest forward. The sail has a positive roach like a spinnaker, but furls like a genoa. A conventional genoa is next and, behind that, a staysail for heavy winds. Sail Inventory: Mainsail, 135% Genoa, Staysail, Code Zero reacher, Storm Trysail. All sails were sent to Sail Loft in June 2017 for maintenance and inspection.
"Jamma" is set up for US or International voltages. She is primarily a 110vac vessel, however she has a 220v battery charger and connection to allow her to charge at a 220v/50 cycle dock.
Amazing machinery room aft to port. Easy, centralized access to pumps, compressors, watermaker, and generator.
|Engine Hours:||Lori Goldstein|