A beautiful and classic design by Ted Hood, realized by the famed Bristol Yacht Company of Rhode Island, the 32’ sloop is a great choice for weekenders, club racers and “simply messing about in boats”.  And if you want to circumnavigate Vancouver Island, she’s a stout and capable offshore design as well.

The cabin has a very simple, clean and comfortable interior layout with a folding dining settee, custom vee berth mattress and plenty of storage spaces.  Propane stove top and oven, a hand pump for freshwater and lots of sunlight and ventilation.

Sail handling is managed from the cockpit with new Lewmar sheet winches and tiller steering, and the ground tackle is more than adequate for a secluded overnight out in the Islands.

The sloop has a full boat cover for winter storage!   She’s been well cared for over the years, most recently by her former owner who has moved on to a larger Hans Christian.  All the standing rigging was replaced and she was re-powered in the mid-90s with an economical diesel Volvo Penta.  With her inventory onboard of five sails in good condition, she’s all set to get you started on your summer adventures.

Call to see her this weekend.  PLEASE no texts, just call us.

David; 206.225.3360

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Bristol Yacht Company, Bristol, Rhode Island 

Ted Hood and Dieter Empacher, designers

1970 sloop rigged; “SHIBUMI”

HIN  – WNZ6850CA070

REG – WN6038RL



32’ 1’ LOA

22’  LWL

9’ 5” beam

4’ 8” draft

11,300 lb displacement

4,000 lbs. lead ballast


Machinery and tankage:

Volvo Penta, model 2002-B, installed 1994, approx 800 hours, 18 hp.

Volvo gearbox 2.4:1

Racor 500 FG filter/separator 

13 x 13 RH three-blade prop on 1” shaft

Dripless shaft bearing installed 2007

Engine access thru cockpit sole and companionway steps

Fuel 20 gal. – aluminum

Water 58 gal. – stainless

Waste – 10 gal. – poly

No hot water tank


Navigation and electrical:

3” lighted compass in cockpit

Standard Horizon depth sounder 

Moor Electronics – Digital depth sounder and knotmeter in cockpit (new 2014)

Hand Bearing compass

LED Navigation Lights, transom light, new 2014

Marinco 30 amp shore power

2 – Group 27 house and start batteries

ProMariner ProSport 12 battery charger

GFCI plug in galley

12v charger plug at nav. table


Sails and rigging:

Deck-stepped anodized aluminum mast and boom

1/4” and 7/32” stainless standing rigging, replaced late Nineties

New Lewmar 40 self tailing sheet winches

Double headsail forestays

North battened mainsail

145% light jib (hanked)

125% jib

90% jib

Storm jib

Five winch handles

Boom cover, foredeck sail bag and three jib storage bags

Sail Area: main and 90% jib = approx. 464 sq. ft.


Galley and salon:

Force 10 two-burner propane stove and oven model FT725

Marinetics propane solenoid 

Single stainless galley sink

Freshwater hand pump and sea water hand pump

15 cf. ice box with dual lid

Ample storage for dishes, pots and pans, etc.

Custom vee berth mattress and salon settee cushions, new 2014 

Slide-out port salon settee berth

Chart table and multiple storage cabinets and drawers in salon

Pioneer KE 1303 QR stereo with Optimum 5” speakers

Four LED 12v cabin lights

Quartz clock and barometer

Folding salon dinette table

Single stainless sink in head

Groco HF Series toilet with manual pump

Hanging locker and storage in salon cabinets and under settees

West Marine Turbo Dryer (small dehumidifier)

First Alert CO2 alarm

Fire extinguisher

Rule 3400 bilge pump

Nicro Solar 4” ventilation hatch fan

Four adult lifejackets 


Deck and Gear:

25 lb. Delta anchor with chain and line rode on bow roller

Simpson Lawrence dual capstan manual windlass

Lifesling overboard lift system on aft pulpit

Cockpit boom crutch

Tiller steering with Davis ‘tiller tender’

Whale gusher bilge pump in cockpit

Aft stowage in two cockpit lockers and lazarette

Comfortable full length cockpit all-weather cushions

Cockpit dodger with new Regalite 30 gauge in forward sections

Custom companionway doors with plexi and screened insert ventilation

Companionway hatch boards

Stainless boarding ladder with deck mounts

Radar reflector 

Flares and signal horn

Lines, fenders and boat pole

Fire extinguisher

Storm drogue



Wooden emergency hull plugs

Sail repair kit; palm, wax, whip line, hanks, slugs, etc.

Engine oil change pump, hoses

Volvo engine belts, filters, water pump impeller

Misc. deck fittings and hardware (older)

Blocks, cleats, 1” turnbuckle

Fuses, lightbulbs, small hardware

WM Varnish and nonskid deck paint

     We are quite selective about the vessels we accept into our program and pursue a very rigorous process before they are listed for sale.  This begins with our preliminary introduction when we meet with the donor to discuss the condition and upkeep of their boat.  Once accepted, each new arrival undergoes a thorough examination, similar to what a marine surveyor will do.  This allows us to prioritize our attention to deferred maintenance and any repairs that may be needed. 

     Over the years we’ve performed just about every kind of marine repair; from simple electrical and plumbing issues to all types of appearance enhancements to even rebuilding engines.  If something is not working right we fix it, simple as that.  We prove that her electrical, mechanical and plumbing systems are correct, safe and functioning properly.  By doing all this, we know these boats quite well – top to bottom – and present them fairly and honestly to buyers.  We encourage you to have our boats professionally surveyed as a part of your purchase process; by the time we’ve finished and the boat is advertised here, we are confident you’ll receive a strong report from your surveyor.  

     Thank you for considering PMF boats in your search !