CHARETTE is a classic Bruce King designed Ericson 32-200. They're solidly built, reasonably nimble and have unarguably handsome lines.
All Ericson boats were built with consistent attention to detail and nicely appointed. The classic teak interior, with a nice sized forward V Berth as well as a private port side aft cabin, providing sleeping accommodations for as many as six people when including the settee.
Bottom paint August 2018
New LEE sails
Forward is the V berth with filler and overhead hatch. The berth is open to the main salon and adds visually to the interior volume. The salon has a centerline teak drop leaf table with settees both port and starboard. There is another opening hatch. Aft to starboard is a marine head with holding tank and deck pump-out.
The sink and shower have hot & cold pressure water provided at dockside by the electric hot water heater and underway by the engine.
The galley is across to port and aft of that is the door to the spacious aft cabin that extends under the cockpit sole to provide plenty of sleeping space. There are plenty of storage areas throughout the yacht.
The galley is laid out in an L shape with the two-burner stove and oven outboard. It is fueled by safe LPG with remote solenoid and sniffer. Facing forward is the double stainless steel sink with hot & cold pressure water as well as manual pumps for seawater, fresh water and a pump out for the icebox.
There is a deep storage bin between the sink and the stove. Plentiful storage is found above and below the stove and counters. The large icebox is located to starboard under the top of the navigation station.
Power at the dock is provided by a 110vAC-30A-shore power cord. The powers the hot water heater and 110V outlets in the salon galley head and aft cabin. There are two batteries in the 12V system with selector switch and marine battery charger.
The hull is hand laid fiberglass with shoal draft keel. The decks are cored fiberglass with molded in non-skid surfaces. The bow and stern rails are stainless steel with a swim ladder in the stern. Stainless steel stanchions support double lifelines. There are covers for the mainsail and binnicle/Wheel.
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