#159, Corail IV

Corail IV is for sale for USD $55,000 and is in sailing condition, in the water in Newport, Oregon, USA.

She is a Corbin 39 Aft cockpit, Pilothouse cutter, Edition Speciale (Mk II). She was professionally finished and is extensively equipped to be, above all, safe and reliable. The interior is a sturdy & bright white oak finish throughout. The very good Yanmar diesel engine drives a variable pitch JPROP through a V-drive transmission. The engine room is tidy and clean. All machinery is in working order. The heavy duty Dacron sails are still in decent condition.

Numerous options included; some features being: 6 persons Liferaft and EPIRB Custom Davits with Solar Panels, Windcharger, Outboard handling and SSB antenna SSB radio (all bands), Antenna tuners, Pactor modem, VHF (s) & Radios Watermaker New Sunbrella Sail Covers and full Cockpit Enclosure Navigation system with 2 Toughbook laptops interfacing Radar, GPS & Autopilots Oversized Rigging, Tabernacle, Flying Dutchman Furler, Boombrake, Roller Furling 9 cubic feet Refrigerator with Super Cold water cooled compressor recently installed Professional Electricals , Separate house & engine Batteries incl. 200 Amp charger Heating systems for colder waters

We are selling because our plans to relocate her down to San Francisco are not going to happen due to pressures of family life, work, etc.

Most recent work includes:
Bottom job with prop service (June 2022)
New Dodger, Bimini, Sail, Winch, and Windlass Covers (June 2022)
Engine Tune Up with addition of Racor Dual Filters w/lift pump for priming (May 2022)
Complete rebuild of shorepower cables, plug, charger and batteries. (May 2022)

Corbin 39 Aft Cockpit, Pilothouse cutter, Edition Speciale (MK II)
Designer: Robert Dufour/Marius Corbin
Manufacturer: Corbin Les Bateaux Inc., Napierville, Quebec, Canada, Hull # 159, manufactured in 1984; commissioned 14 June 1995, HIN ZCJ000 1590184

She is an “Edition Speciale” (also called Mark II) with a larger cockpit, a bowsprit added and the mast moved forward (to reduce weather helm which was a concern on earlier models).

Specifications & detailed description:
Overall length:42 feet (47′ including the davits & solar panels)
Deck length: 38 feet 6 inches
Waterline length: 32 feet
Beam: 12 feet 1 inches
Draft: 5 feet 6 inches
Displacement: 26,000 pounds (up to 15 tons now)
Ballast: 9600 pounds
Hull (above waterline): Airex cored fiberglass hand laid up


Mast: 49′ deck mounted, oversized (air draft 57′), w/Flying Dutchman furler on mainsail Dutchman boombrake on Main boom Roller furling (NC41 Profurl) on genoa Boomed staysail. Special SSB antenna backstay (also supporting davits) Oversized Backstays size 5/16″ and shrouds, 9/32″ Mast mounted on special “tabernacle” to facilitate mast handling

Total area 822 square feet
Storm jib, staysail., 135% genoa, and mainsail all by Saintonge

Winches: All Harkin two speed
Two 53ST self-tailing winches in cockpit, two 32 on pilothouse roof and two 40, one 32 and one 16 on mast.

Auxiliary Propulsion: Yanmar 4JH2E 50 hp four cylinder diesel (# 5311), driving a 19″ three bladed JPROP w/variable pitch and fully feathering through a Hart V-drive transmission
Visual and audible fire alarm for engine room
Dual Racor Bypass Fuel Filters with Three additional fuel filter system for clean diesel supply.

Electrical systems:
Professional installation throughout 12 and 110 volt tailor made panel integrating charging and Quad battery controls
All wiring is spiral wrapped.
Batteries: Four new 6 volt house batteries for a total of 976 amp-hours, 12 volt, with 150 amp breaker on each bank, Ventilated Batteries boxes
One group 120 ah starting battery for engine.

Alternators & charging systems:
One recently updated Balmar 200 amp alternator regulated by Quad monitor (Cruising Equipment) and one 40 amp 12 volt self regulating alternator for engine battery.
One 35 amp charger for shore power
One 7 step CTEK Multi US 7000
Two 75 watts Siemans Solar panels & voltage regulator.
One Rutland 913 windcharger & control system
One Prowatt invertor (800 watts)

GPS: One Garmin 152 and one Garmin 128 Autopilot:
One Navico Wheelpilot and one hydraulic Corus Oceanpilot (+ used backup unit) all laptop, navigation instruments and GPS interfaced.

Depthsounder, windmeter, knotmeter, fluxgate compass with repeater and remote both in cockpit and pilothouse all Corus Navico (now Simrad).
Two Rudder position indicators Weems & Plath Brass barometer and Quartz Shipbell clock
Mast running and anchor Lights converted to LED

One ICOM IC-706MKII all bands radio (marine single side-band, ham, VHF and all) One Raymarine Ray 48 VHF One Cobra Marine MR HH300 hand held VHF One SGC 237 and one SGC 230 Antenna Tuners
One SCS Pactor lle Terminal Node Controller for email,weatherfaxes, etc
TWO AM/FM (Tape + CD) radios with 4 speakers

Insulated additional backstay for SSB radio and davits
TWO VHF (top of mast and stern mounted) Two for GPS

Radar: Raytheon Pathfinder RL 700
Radar deflector Firdell Blipper

Fuel capacity: 450 liters diesel tank with Wema level indicator
Water capacity: 600 liters in four tanks with Wema water level indicator
Water system: Pressurised hot (5 gallon heater) and cold, with cockpit shower
Waste tank: 225 liters with level indicator

Sturdy white oak finish throughout Pilothouse & fully adjustable Captain chair. Lexcan windows with external mahogany finish Walls and flat surfaces are 2″ marine plywood covered with “Formica”
35 closures of various kinds all locking

Sleeping accommodation for 6 persons Leecloths for 2 berths
All 8 Atkin & Hoyle hatches are equipped with beautifully carved double windows and mosquitos screens in white oak
8 stainless steel portholes 5 VETUS Dorades vent
5 halogen lamps & 5 reading lamps converted halogen or LED 3 floor night lights Special day & night map table lighting Cockpit and locker lighting Cockpit cushions
5 bookcases

Large stainless steel sink Force 10 kerosene stove with 3 burners and oven Large cupboards with spices, dish, glass racks and dishes for 8 persons
One propane gas detector in bilge

Water maker:
Katadyne Power Survivor 40 with water filters & supply in engine room

Super Cold & efficient & water cooled Machine for an 9 cubic foot refrigerator recently installed

Wilkinson two fans radiator from engine with blowers for pilothouse and galley
Force 10 kerosene heater

2 bronze seacocks throughulls
Baby Blake Hot water tank 110v or engine heated
Aquasource drinking water carbon filter
Double filters system on soft water tank intake
Gray water tank PAR head system
Rain water collection system from deck

Soft water; PAR 36800
Gray water; PAR 36251
Bilge; Rule 3500 and Rule 5500
Bilge manual Henderson, Mark V double, same for septic tank
4 foot pumps for sea and soft water in both head and galley

Pedestal steerer in cockpit and in the pilot house with a 1.5:1 reduction box all mechanical driven (chain, shaft and pinions). On & Off Clutch for pilothouse wheel

Anchor windlass:
Simpsons Lawrence Model SL 555

One 441b LEWMAR on 250′ x 5/8″ nylon + 30′ high test chain One 45lb CQR(Kingston) on 260′ x 3/8″ HT chain One 65 lb storm anchor (CQR Kingston), 2 pieces
Pressurised anchor and deck washdown system.

Mainsail and staysail covers, dodger, bimini, cockpit console & full enclosure winch, windlass and cockpit table covers All Sunbrella canvas

6 person Offshore Zodiac, model Open Sea (Serial # XDC – 2DB89 – H001) Needs updating

Stainless bow and stern pulpits Davits integrating solar panels, wind charger and outboard supports as well as overboard winch system Custom boarding ladder folding on genoa track 18′ Para-Tech Parachute sea anchor Para-Tech Delta drogues Double lifelines 2 electrical bilge pumps One manual bilge pump in cockpit Fire, CO2 and bilge alarms EPIRB ACR Satellite 2 406 2 ABC type fire extinguishers 2 lifesavers (Lifesling and ring buoys) and man overboard pole Bilge and engine room ventilation systems

Full assortment of bumpers and docking lines

Complete documentation on all equipment including electrical, electronic and plumbing drawings.

Location : Newport Maina, Oregon, USA (in the water)
Price : USD $ 55,000 USD
Contact : the owner Nate Terry via email (timespace [at] gmail.com), or via the Corbin 39 Facebook Group (under the name Nate Terry ) or via telephone ++1 704 728 6128

Details :

Hull : 159
Name : Corail IV
Moulded / Completed : 1984 / 1995
Type : Corbin 39, Aft Cockpit, Cutter rig (c/w taller double-spreader mast & bowsprit)
Registered : US ……
Owner : Nate Terry
Homeport : Newport, Oregon, USA
Flag : USA
Website : https://corbin39.org/159-corail-iv/
Email : timespace [at] gmail.com
Boat index page : https://corbin39.org/159-corail-iv/
Date Listed : 06-July-2022

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