Construction of the Gulfstar 39 Sailmaster is strong and of high quality. The deck and hull are fiberglass and polyester laminates. The deck and topsides are cored with end-grain balsa, adding stiffness while reducing weight. Below the waterline, the hull is solid fiberglass.
On deck, the non-skid is molded-in, and all exterior wood—including eyebrows, handrails, toerails, companionway doors, and cockpit coaming tops—are solid teak. The hull-to-deck joint is an overlapping design commonly known as a shoebox joint.
The interior is stick-built and utilizes a longitudinal stringer system. The bulk of the interior is marine-grade plywood veneered with teak and finished with gloss varnish. Areas not finished in teak are paneled with an off-white laminate. The overhead is off-white vinyl, the sole is teak and holly, and the doors are raised panels of solid teak.
Numerous lights, both task and accent, provide illumination throughout the boat. The Gulfstream 39 Sailmaster is a unique and comfortable sailboat that can be sailed or comfortably cruised by two people. She’s well built, well laid-out, wonderfully appointed, and sails well.
Beautifully maintained 1977 Gulfstar 37 ft Sailboat. This vessel has been well maintained, stored indoors during winter months. Upgrades include replacement of all Ports with Stainless Steele Ports as well as all Windows replaced. Engine upgraded to 65 HP Perkins Sabre. Windlass System added, Chart Plotter System, Radar, Autopilot. Loaded with Teak. No finer example in the area.
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This boat has a redone interior to include bulkheads folding panels and seating.
Owners are only selling due to getting out of the boat lifestyle. They have owned this boat for the last 15 years. Sailing her and upgrading her along the way.
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