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Gulfstar 44
(13,50 m) - 1984

Layout :

  • Length : 13,50 m (44' 3")
  • Beam: 4m
  • Draft: 1.7 m
  • Material: Polyester
  • Displacement: 12 000 kg
  • Ballast: 3850 kgs
  • Rigging: Sloop
  • Engine: Perkins 4-154 62CV

American flag. Import tax paid.

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 7,03 M XPF / 59 000 €

Spacious, comfortable yacht. Well equipped. Ideal for long voyages. Up for grabs.

Price in dollars: USD 64,000.

Interior fittings :

2 Double Cabins - Berth in the wardroom

  • Large V-shaped berth forward
  • Forward head converted into workshop
  • Electric toilet
  • Saloon - on starboard, the bench seat can be used as a berth
  • U-shaped galley to port
  • Chart table to starboard
  • Passageway to aft cabin
  • Spacious double cabin aft
  • Private bathroom / shower with rainwater recovery system

Listing :

Building and history

Built in St Petersburg, Florida by Gulfstar Yachts. Designed by Richard C Lazzara.
The current owner purchased the boat in Hawaii in 2014 and performed a major refit (from 2016 to 2018), including extensive blister repair and barrier coat (removal of bottom paint, gel coat down to structural fiberglass, then epoxy fairing and 5 coats of Interlux barrier coat).
In Polynesia since 2018.


Perkins 4-154 62 HP inboard engine (3400h)
Racor 500FG primary fuel filter - rebuilt in 2023
Hurth HBW250 gearbox
PYI stuffing box (2017)
80-gallon (320-liter) fuel tank cleaned in 2021
Max propeller, 3 blades, 20 inches feathered (2016)


All standing rigging was replaced in 2018 including new mechanical fittings and mast fittings
New mast wiring, LED navigation and anchor and spreader lights in 2018
Chain plates new in 2016
Most running rigging new in 2017
New UK cruising mainsail with partial batten, loose foot in 2020
Furling yankee cut jib with UV cover, Glen Housley in good condition
Hank-on staysail
Asymmetrical spinnaker in a sock
Cockpit winches: two #32 Barient primaries, two #24 Barient secondaries, one Barient #24 and one Lewmar #40 cabin top winches with line stoppers.
Mast winches: two Lewmar 40 with line stoppers
Removable inner forestay with Hyfeld lever attachment
Jib pole mounted on track on mast

Ground tackle

ACW electric windlass
Main anchor : 33 kg Vulcan anchor + 88 m 10 mm chain
Secondary moorings: 25 kg Delta anchor and an aluminum Fortress


Fresh water: 550 L in two tanks
Spectra Ventura 200T 12vdc - 32 l/h watermaker - from 2018, new membrane in 2024
Double stainless steel sink with electric pump and foot pump for fresh water
Top-loading fridge/freezer with Dometic Cold Machine 12-volt refrigeration
Separate Engle 12-volt cooler - 2017
Shipmate 3-burner propane stove/oven
110-volt microwave oven
Filtered fresh water dispenser with Whale foot pump
Two 4 kg French propane cylinders with appropriate fittings
Magma BBQ with propane tank connection


2 Victron Lithium service batteries 160Ah, Total 320 Ah (2022)
100 Ah sealed lead-acid starter battery (2023)
Victron smart BMS 12/200 battery management system - 2022
Three Kyocera solar panels, Total 410 W
MPPT 60A solar controller
400 W Air-X wind generator rebuilt in 2017
Xantrex inverter/charger, 110 volts, 2000 W, 12V 80A charger - 2020
100 A alternator 2021
6 fans
LEDs almost everywhere

Electronics and navigation instruments

Furuno 1835 stand-alone radar from 2017
AIS Vesper XB8000 with instrumentation, AIS and GPS inputs and WIFI from 2016
Back-up Bluetooth GPS
Alpha 3000 12V autopilot, 2017
Danforth compass, rebuilt in 2017
Standard Horizon VHF radio with Ram mic at helm
West Marine handheld VHF radio
Icom IC-M710 SSB radio with AT-130 antenna tuner
VHF/AIS antenna and new cable - 2018
RAYMARINE ST60+ speed, depth and wind instruments at helm, connected to Vesper via NMEA 2000
Alpine car radio and speakers
LED navigation lights at deck level and a traffic light at masthead


Highfield 280 hypalon dinghy from 2021
Tohatsu 9.8 HP 2-stroke outboard motor from 2022
Lewmar Bruce anchor, chain and nylon rope


4 Person Viking Liferaft 2018
7 Inflatable life jackets/harnesses
Sealed marine medical kit - 2018
Various flares, smoke signals and strobe lights
ARC 406 Epirb beacon - 2017
4 ABC powder extinguishers
Uncoated stainless steel cable lifelines - 2016
Automatic electric bilge pump with high-level alarm, jabsco diaphragm type
Whale Gusher manual bilge pump 10 - 65 l/min
Portable electric bilge pump Rule 3700 12 volts - 239 l/min


Honda EU2000i 110 vac gas generator, new 2024 carburetor
Cockpit cushions
6 Fenders
Fresh-water shower on spray deck
Numerous tools and spare parts, electrical, plumbing, engine parts, paint, polishes

Last bottom paint : February 2024

Main strenghts

This Gulfstar 44 is a well-maintained, well-equipped and clean boat. It's a solid, well-built boat, fast and comfortable to sail. It is easily maneuverable by two people. The central cockpit makes it easy to fit out the space below. She's ready to cruise again.

Last modified : 01/06/2024


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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