1976 Buccaneer 32' (9.75 m) 325
Erie, Pennsylvania, United States
Health Forced Sale! Osprey II is a large liveaboard designed by Naval architect Bill Garden. The 325 meets the performance, quality and safety demands of the cruising sailor. The roomy center cockpit design affords ample space in the cockpit as well as the interior.
- Center Cockpit
- Fiberglass Hull
Osprey II is stable and easy to sail. With heavily ballasted shoal draft keel, it's at home both offshore and in inland waterways. Topside, the 325 has been designed for single handed sailing. The center cockpit includes a steering pedestal and convenient access to winches and cleats. Bow pulpit, stern rail, lifelines, grab rails and non skid surfacing let you handle halyards, lines and sails easily and safely.
LOA: 32' (9.75 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
Beam: 10' 2''
LWL: 28' 6''
Draft Max: 4'
Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Ballast Weight: 3100 lbs
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- The light airy interior features a huge aft stateroom, with walk-through passageway to the main salon. There's a galley including refrigerator, double sink, and an abundance of cabinets and storage space.
- In the salon there is comfortable seating for 8, a fold-down table, hull-side shelves and rich teak cabin sole. The forward stateroom is enclosed for privacy; there are V-berths, storage cabinets and two hanging lockers.
- When purchased, the ship was in need of a major safety upgrade. The exiting solid copper mire 1 10 volt system was replaced with stranded copper wire.
- An LP gas system was installed. This includes a kitchen range and a cabin heater, with electrically controlled gas shutoff.
- All opening ports were replaced
- A early upgrade was the installation of a solar vent near the companion way. This allows year-round air circulation, virtually eliminating stale air.
- A set of dish racks was installed in the galley. Storage spaces were matched to standard Corel tableware sizes.
- The original dead 12 volt Refrigerator was removed and replaced with a Walmart 110 volt refrigerator.
- The original dead 110 volt water heater was replaced. The current unit provides adequate hot water for both galley and shower use.
- A small microwave was installed above the refrigerator.
RCR Youngstown Office is our corporate headquarters where all of our business operations flow through. This is the site of our original store dating back to 1972, with an indoor heated showroom and offices above. It is our home office where our management and administrative staff work. Tim Finkle is the broker at this location.
Tim Finkle CPYB
Sales & Marketing Manager
Tim joined RCR Yachts in February 2014. He grew up in Youngstown, learning to sail in the Youngstown YC Jr. Sailing program. After leaving the area to attend Connecticut College and then work in New York City for 8 years, he decided to move home and follow his passion for boating. He actively races his J/70 “Junior” all over the country and locally as a member of the Youngstown Yacht Club, where he is on the board of directors. He is the co-chair of the CanAm Challenge that hosts a one-design regatta each July at YYC. Tim is also on the board for Sail America. He works out of the Youngstown and Buffalo offices and lives in Lewiston with his wife Aly and kids Cole & Louise.