49′ Transpacific Marine 1979 Bluewater Cruiser! Turn Key!

49 Transpacific Marine 1979

49′ Transpacific Marine 1979 Bluewater Cruiser! Turn Key!


Long Range Cruiser or Live Aboard

Very Clean and Well Maintained!

Comes with Slip at the Sheraton Harbor Island Marina!

Beautiful Teak and Holly Sole Throughout

Two Owner Vessel

Priced to Sell!


Product Description

Please go to our “Yachts For Sale”, click on this vessel and then click on “Full Specs” to view all the color photos and full specification list.

Keel: Full

LOA: 49 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 7 in
LWL: 40 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 0 in
Ballast: 13000 lbs
Headroom: 7 ft 0 in
Dry Weight: 46000 lbs

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Detroit
Engine Model: 353 FWC
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Drive Type: Direct Drive

Maximum Speed: 9 knots

Fresh Water Tanks: (200 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (150 Gallons)

Number of single berths: 3
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2

Forward is a large V-berth, tiled vanity area, large clothes locker which and additional storage.
The port side provides an upper and lower single with a large clothes cupboard.  Full-length mirror and a drop down teak table that is used for laptop or office work.

To starboard is an exquisite head, fully customized with tiled sink and walls, lots of glass and VacuFlush fresh water head. Bright or subtle lighting. High gloss varnish throughout and soft wallpaper accents.

The main salon is graced with fully customized glass and tile accents (all seaworthy). 7-foot standing headroom; 4-speaker stereo; dining area seats six; starboard settee/couch seats two; full library; varnished in a combination of high gloss and satin; mini blinds on all ports and ample ventilation; cocktail lighting surrounds total area; custom lighting; custom wine rack (seaworthy).

Navigation table area provides a large chart table, seat with storage and choice of lighting and laundry/wet gear locker just ahead of the navigation area.

Aft cabin has a queen-sized berth on port side, plus a single to starboard, and can be converted to an athwarpship berth as needed. Full-length mirror; built in surround-sound television and stereo; stern windows; adjustable of lighting; heated clothing lockers; subtle use of tile; stall shower; ladies head with fresh water VacuFlush toilet and marble sink; subtle use of glass; Lexan shower door and floor.

Lead/foam-enclosed engine room has workbench, full headroom and ample storage room for tools and spares. Access to engine room/workshop through aft head; additional access through navigation corridor.


  • New refrigerator/freezer 2004; holding plate plus 12V fan to chill icebox
  • Ice maker/freezer
  • 3-burner Wedgewood propane stove/oven with shut off switch
  • Sunbeam Microwave oven
  • Custom spice rack
  • Tiled counter tops
  • Glass behind sink brightens whole area
  • New faucets/plumbing 2002
  • UV water sterilization filter
  • 110/12V water heater (via generator or engine)
  • (2) 5-lb propane tanks
  • Cooling fan
Engine and Mechanical

  • Range 1200nm
  • Detroit 353 Series diesel with 1420 hours and a rebuilt transmission
  • Remote oil filter and Raycor fuel filters for easy maintenance
  • Engine compartment lead and foam lined
  • 3-bladed 22-inch prop
  • Propeller shaft, bearing and dripless PSS shaft seal installed 2003
  • Engine hoses replaced 2003
  • Gauges for fuel and water tanks
  • Stand-up engine room lined to deaden sound
  • Spectra Santa Cruz 12V 9-gal/hour watermaker under work bench
  • Engine room blower exhaust engine heat
  • Flo Jet pressure water pumps
  • (1) 12V and (1) 110V automatic bilge pump
  • (1) manual bilge pump
  • (2) bilge alarms
  • (2) fresh water VacuFlush heads with on/off switches, holding tank and gauges
  • All bilges painted with non-mechanical white/mechanical grey enamel
Electronics and Navigation

  • Robertson AP 300X autopilot with cockpit controls plus remote control with 20-feet of cable
  • Complete array of Signet instruments in doghouse and repeaters in nav station: wind speed, wind direction, fathometer and knot log
  • Danforth compasses
  • Sony Marine stereo system in doghouse and salon
  • ICOM IC-M503VHF radio in doghouse plus VHF in nav station
  • Furuno Model 1831 Mark II radar (1/8 to 36-mile range) radar integrated with Furuno RP 110 chart plotter one touch converts screen to either radar picture or chart plotter. Two screens, one in the doghouse and one in the nav station
  • Furuno GP32 GPS/WAAS Navigator
  • Cabin lighting converts from white to red for night navigation
  • Galvanic Isolator (Newmar model G130) eliminates stray current in the water from hot boats eating the zincs or entering the vessel and corroding equipment

  • Battery bank – 3 new 8D batteries over the past two years, plus starter/generator battery.
  • Power Genny Series II Yanmar-powered 10kW generator – 1623 hours
  • 110V AC and 12V DC systems
  • Shore power cord
  • Television cable
  • Raritan water heater heats from engine or dock power
  • Xantrex Link 2000 Inverter/Battery Charger installed in 2006
  • Two Solar Panels



  • Teak decks removed in 1978 and replaced with LP/non-skid material and maintained as new, last painted two years ago.
  • Custom fiberglass doghouse installed 1980
  • Custom deck box aft of main mast
  • Two new backstays with high frequency radio antenna insulator for SSB radio installed in 2012.
  • All on deck trim (handrails, etc.) replaced with stainless
  • Original teak deck hatches replaced with Bomar aluminum
  • Custom cockpit enclosure allows sailing or powering with moderate adjustment
  • Relatively new cockpit cushions
  • 60-lb CQR forward in S/S heavy-duty bow roller
  • 300-feet 3/8-inch Triple B chain plus 50-feet of line to offset loss of windlass Chain marked every 50 feet
  • Fresh water wash down hose with its own pump
  • Chain locker has its own drain system to allow chain wash down after storage Monica electric windlass has 1000 pounds of pull; also used to power crew up the mast when needed
  • 20-lb high tensile Danforth aft with 150-feet of line and 50-feet of 3/8-inch Triple B chain is easily deployed from aft stanchion and supported with its own stern roller
  • Coast Guard safety package including life jackets, air horn, horseshoe buoys, M.O.B. pole and flares
  • Dock lines and fenders
  • Upgraded navigation lights
  • Spreader lights
  • Bow pulpit, rails, lifelines and side stanchions
  • Bow and stern rollers

  • Full-keel with cut-away fore foot and skeg-hung rudder
  • Vinyl ester bottom installed in 2008 ($10,000)
  • Deck is painted with L/P and has been well maintained by owner
  • Recently refinished teak on deck window frames

  • Spar Craft aluminum tapered main and mizzen masts/booms painted with L/P
  • North Sails fully-batten main and mizzen (new 1999)
  • Mizzen staysail cruising spinnaker
  • North 115 headsail on a Profurl roller furling system
  • Upgraded winches (original): 2 Barlow #30s and 9 assorted Barlow winches
  • Garhauer solid boom vang
  • Lazy jacks on both main and mizzen
  • Downwind pole on track of main mast
  • 2 spinnaker halyards
  • All running rigging replaced 2002
  • Navtec S/S standing rigging
  • Upgraded running lights
  • All oversized winches and cleats



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