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Gulfstar 60
(19,50 m) - 1984

Layout :

  • Length : 19,50 m (63' 11")
  • Beam: 4.87 m
  • Headroom: + 2 m
  • Draft: 1.85 m
  • Light displacement: 9 tons
  • Material: Heavy duty carbon reinforced polyester sandwich
  • Deck: fiberglass covered with teak
  • Hull paint: royal-blue polyurethane paint with a white line at waterline

Outstanding sailing yacht.

Based in New Caledonia

Price : 38 M XPF / 318 000 €

Powerfull and fast (7.5 to 9 kn undersails), this high-quality built sailing yacht is still very comfortable.

Interior fittings :

Sleeps 7.

  • Broad double cabin aft with private bathroom (hip bath shower + electric toilets)
  • 2 double bunk beds cabins fore with adjoining bathroom (shower + electric toilets)
  • Starboard cabin with single berth
  • Large saloon with folding teak table
  • Chart table to starboard
  • Galley on the port length
  • The 3rd bathroom is converted into a laundry room

Listing :


This beautiful and powerful sloop, fitted-out with extreme care and quality, was built in Florida in 1984 by the Gulfstar shipyard, managed by the renown architect and chemical engineer Vincent Lazzara, using the latest building inovating methods (armed carbon). The yacht is free of any osmosis issue. She benefits graceful lines and highly careful finish.
The very high quality of these yachts is reputed and makes them, still today, sound values.
The current owner bought the yacht in 1998 from an industrialist and lived aboard until 2014. This unit can be operated very easily by a couple, and endured a cyclonic storm in the south of New-Zealand without suffering any damage.
The conclusion of the surveyor who inspected her afloat and on dry in October 2015 is as follows: "The interior is of meticulously varnished solid teak, the upholstery of marine leather produces a most beautiful effect in a luminous and aerated saloon.

Last modified : 12/08/2016


The boat's inventories are based on the indications given by the owners and even if we do our best to see that they are in accordance with the reality, there might be some differences. The boat's and equipment's condition has to be checked jointly by the buyer and seller before the sale. The respective responsibilities of both the seller and the buyer remain intact. In no case can Raiatea-yacht be held responsible for any defect on the boat.

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