Yacht Overview

  • Yacht Details 44' Kelly Peterson 1978
  • Location San Pedro, CA
  • Engines Perkins
  • Days on Market63 days
  • Last UpdatedJun 5, 2019
  • Asking Price$89,000
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Yacht Description

A ready to cruise example of this popular center cockpit cruiser. Roller furling, dodger, fiberglass decks. 1999 65hp Perkins, custom cabinetry and a good elctronics package. She circumnavigated from 2006 to 2011. All systems are current and ready for another trip around the world today.

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  • Make Perkins
  • Model M-65
  • Fuel Diesel
  • Hours 5500
  • Type Inboard
  • Drive Type Direct


  • Cruising Speed: 6 kn
  • Maximum Speed: 7.5 kn
  • Beam: 12' 4''
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Max Draft: 6' 4''
  • Displacement: 30,000 lb
  • Fuel Tank: 1 x 130|gallon
  • Fresh Water: 1 x 110|gallon
  • Holding: 1 x 15|gallon
  • Single Berths: 1
  • Double Berths: 3
  • Heads: 2


The forward stateroom has good storage in drawers and lockers and he forward berth has been raised one foot and the V section filled in to provide spacious underneath . Nest aft on port is an enclosed head with shower. To starboard is a cabinet and storage. Continuing aft to the salon there is a convertible U-shaped dinette to port. The settee/berth on starboard has been widened by four inches to make a comfortable sea berth.Outboard of the settee and dinette there is cabinetry and shelving. The U-shaped galley is aft to port. The forward facing navigation station is opposite the galley with a large chart table and electronics above. Continuing aft through the passageway to the owners stateroom with large queen berth and enclosed head.

The interior is oiled teak joinery, the counters are white Formica and the cabin sole is teak and holly. There is Red Dot style heating in the salon and aft stateroom which uses the engine coolant to heat the interior when the engine is running. Lighting is excellent with overhead hatches and opening ports all around. Headroom is 6'3".

Galley Equipment

The U-shaped galley includes double stainless steel sink, Separate top loading refrigerator and freezer boxes, with individual 12 volt compressors, hot and cold pressure water, and a three burner Force 10 propane stove with oven. There are fresh and salt water foot pumps at the sink and the galley counter tops are newer white Formica. The refrigeration units are new in 2019.

Electronics And Navigation Gear

  • Raymarine C80 GPS/Plotter/Radar
  • Oversized Autohelm linear drive autopilot with spare linear drive unit
  • Raymarine RK 300 dedicated GPS
  • Icom M802 SSB radio with Pactor modem for text messages
  • Icom M502 VHF radio
  • Raymarine Lifetag MOB system with loud alarm
  • Garmin GPS12 handheld GPS
  • Raymarine Tridata
  • Raymarine wind, depth and speed instruments on deck
  • Steroe
  • TV

Electrical System

  • 12 volt DC and 110 volt AC systems
  • Four six volt deep cycle house batteries in two banks for a total of 520 amp hours
  • 4D engine start battery, 190 amp hours
  • Battery parallel switch
  • Xantrax 2000 inverter/charger
  • 100 watt alternator with Balmar smart regulator
  • 240v to 120v shore power transformer
  • Two 75 watt solar panels with controller
  • shore power cable.

Sails And Rigging

In 2009 the chain-plates were pulled and inspected with most of them being replaced with new plates and fasteners. The standing rigging was replaced in 2007.

  • Cruise equipped
  • Aluminum mast stepped on keel
  • Boom vang
  • Furlex roller furling on headstay
  • Full batten mainsail with two reef points and stack pack lazy jack/sail cover (2016)
  • 110% headsail (2011)
  • Hank on stay'sl
  • Cruising spinnaker with sock (2011)
  • Storm stays'l
  • Spare 115% headsail
  • Harken traveler
  • Strongback sailtrack for mainsail (2018)
  • Spinnaker pole mounted up mast

Deck And Hull Equipment

In 2000 the teak decks were removed and replaced with fiberglass and non-skid paint.

In 2017 the boat was hauled and the bottom stripped of all old paint down to bare fiberglass. A full epoxy barrier coat was applied prior to painting. No blisters at that time.

There is a Monitor self-steering windvane with additional emergency rudder assembly

  • Bow pulpit, stanchions and lifelines
  • 45# CQR primary anchor with 320' 3/8" chain rode
  • 45# CQR spare anchor, 35# CQR stern anchor with 300' rode
  • Lofrans Tigress electric windlass
  • Dodger, Bimini and full side curtains
  • Two Shadetree style covers for fore and aft decks
  • Canvas covers for all ports and hatched
  • Coast guard safety package
  • Fore and aft saltwater deck wash-down pumps
  • Fenders and mooring lines
  • Six lifejackets
  • Handheld spotlight
  • Spreader lights
  • Fold-up stainless steel boarding ladder mounted on port side
  • Lifesling and MOB pole with light
  • 12'8" wood-floor inflatable with newer Mercury 15HP two-stroke outboard

Mechanical Equipment

The Perkins M-65 was new in 1999. At 5500 hours it has been impeccably maintained and starts and runs strong.

  • Village Marine Wonder 8GPH watermaker
  • Monitor self-steering windvane with additional emergency rudder assembly
  • Two automatic and one manual bilge pump
  • Engine compartment blower
  • Engine alarm
  • Fresh water cooling on engine
  • PSS dripless packing
  • Handheld fire extinguishers
  • Racor fuel filter
  • Propane solenoid switch
  • Manual head in aft and electric head forward
  • Forced air heat from engine coolant (works when engine is running)
  • Manual wheel steering
  • Max prop feathering propeller


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