About the Guapa Sailboat

Guapa means beautiful in Spanish, and this gorgeous, eye-catching vessel is a sailing enthusiast’s dream. Before being sold to a native Clevelander at a Miami boat show, she sailed around the tropics with the family that built her. Guapa is in great shape and ready to sail.

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Type of Vessel: Ketch
Model: Suncoast 48
Estimated Speed: 10K power; 6-8K sail
Built: The Netherlands in 1980
Time of Lay Up: Fall 2012
Hull:
Length – 48′ Beam – 15′ Draft – 7′
Frames:
Varied dimensional steel
Topsides:
Single skin steel plate, 1/4″ thick estimated
Bottom:
Single skin steel plate, 1/4″ thick estimated
Deck:
Steel plate
Bulkheads:
Steel plate
Hull Lay-out:
V-berth, forward head, forward triple berth, settee/berth, chart station, galley, captain’s berth, engine/machinery/maintenance room, after master bath, after head, straight inboard Diesel engine auxiliary powered. New bow thruster (2010), newer electronics, autopilot, forward underwater sonar.

Click here to download a PDF of the Guapa’s Profile and Interior Layout

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