Rare opportunity on West Coast. A legendary boat renowned for being seaworthy enough for offshore voyages in extreme weather conditions, performs well in races. A Contessa 32 sailed by a relatively inexperienced crew was the smallest boat to finish the infamous ’79 Fastnet Race that took the lives of 15 sailors. In 1984, John Kretschmer sailed a Contessa 32 from N.Y. to S.F., rounding Cape Horn against prevailing winds and current. In 2018/19 Pierre Huglo finished a nonstop, round-the-world race in a Contessa 32 in 221 days. The smallest boat in the race and first one home. Bristol condition, Extensive electronics, Loaded.
Wonderful sailing boat.