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1986 Corbin 39

Buford, Georgia, United States
$50,000 USD

Standard features

39 Corbin 1986

Pilot House, Salon and Galley Located at Center of Boat

Factory Finished Corbin In Fresh Water Since 2003 New Interior Cushions Cutter/Ketch Rigged Center Cockpit

The 39 Corbin is legendary as a strong, safe, seaworthy vessel as proven by many circumnavigations and major voyages.

ACCOMMODATIONS:

Entering Main Salon, Large Dining Table to Port, Seating for 6 and Converts to Double Berth, Galley Forward Stretching Entire Width of Boat and Nav and Steering Station to Starboard Starboard Side Walkthrough w/Single Berth and Storage Located Aft of Inside Steering Station Master Stateroom Aft w/Offset Double Berth and In-Suite Head and Shower, 3 Teak Drawers Under Berth, Additional Drawers and Hanging Locker, Overhead Hatch and 5 Portholes for Good Ventilation Forward Stateroom w/Double Berth, Teak Drawers Under Berth, Hanging Locker, Cabinet w/2 Panels, An Overhead Hatch and 2 Windows. Forward Head with Shower Located Between Galley and Forward Stateroom

GALLEY:

12 Volt Evaporator Plate Refrigerator w/Freezer Propane Stove w/Oven Microwave Oven Pressure Water System Fresh Water Filter System Water Heater Deep Double Stainless Steel Sinks on Centerline

DECK/COCKPIT:

Factory Finished Corbin Ketch Cutter Rigged Pilot House w/Center Cockpit Fin w/Rudder on Skeg Center Cockpit w/Dodger and Bimini Top and Complete Cockpit Enclosure w/Cockpit Cushions (Makes a Double Berth) Side Stanchions w/Life Lines and Gates Bow Pulpit and Rails Fresh Water Shower in Cockpit ABI Electric or Manual Windlass Anchors Fender and Dock lines Spreader Lights Coast Guard Safety Package

ELECTRONICS/NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT:

Alfa Autopilot Radar w/16 Mile Range SSB Radio VHF Radio AM/FM Stereo w/CD Player and Speakers Throughout Boat 6 Compass Datamarine Wind, Speed and Distance Log EBIRB

ENGINE/MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT:

50 Hp Vetus Diesel 1986 Engine Controls in Cockpit and Pilothouse 3 Separate Steering Systems Fresh Water Cooling System Raw Water Sea Strainer Holding Tank 20 Gal/hour HRO Watermaker Engine Temperature Alarm Fuel Filter Fuel Shut-Off Valve For Propane and Engine 3 Bilge Pumps

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Specs

Designers
Marius Corbin
Robert Dufour
Builder
Corbin Les Bateaux
Associations
?
# Built
200
Hull
Monohull
Keel
Fin
Rudder
Skeg
Construction
FG w/airex cored hull

Dimensions

Length Overall
41 6 / 12.7 m
Waterline Length
31 11 / 9.8 m
Beam
12 0 / 3.7 m
Draft
5 6 / 1.7 m
Displacement
22,800 lb / 10,342 kg
Ballast
9,000 lb / 4,082 kg

Rig and Sails

Type
Cutter
Reported Sail Area
811′² / 75.3 m²
Total Sail Area
811′² / 75.4 m²
Mainsail
Sail Area
367′² / 34.1 m²
P
41 11 / 12.8 m
E
17 5 / 5.3 m
Mast Height
?
Foresail
Sail Area
444′² / 41.2 m²
I
48 5 / 14.8 m
J
18 3 / 5.6 m
Forestay Length
51 10 / 15.8 m

Auxilary Power

Make
Westerbeke
Model
?
HP
33
Fuel Type
Diesel
Fuel Capacity
?
Engine Hours
?

Accomodations

Water Capacity
?
Holding Tank Capacity
?
Headroom
?
Cabins
?

Calculations

Hull Speed
7.58 knots
Sail Area/Displacement
16.14
good performance
Ballast/Displacement
39.47
less stiff, less powerful
Displacement/Length
310.63
heavy
Comfort Ratio
36.34
moderate bluewater cruising boat
Capsize Screening
1.7
better suited for ocean passages

Notes

From BlueWaterBoats.org:

In 1977 Marius Corbin commissioned Robert Dufour of Montreal, Quebec to design him a sailboat based on a one-off 39-foot Dufour design named Harmonie. Mr. Corbin asked Mr. Dufour to increase the freeboard and flush the deck. In 1979, the first Corbin 39 came out of the resulting mold, and the Canadian manufacturer produced 129 Corbins until 1982. Most were sold as kits in varying degrees of completion. In 1982, a fire destroyed the deck molds, but because of continued strong demand, they decided to update the molds and continue production. The last Corbin 39 produced, hull number 199, was launched in 1990.

The Corbin 39 is a double ender in the classic Scandinavian lineage of serious offshore cruisers like the Westsail 32. She features a long fin keel of 6′ draft, high freeboard, and a blunt bow. Corbin produced various deck molds including flush, pilot, center cockpit, and aft cockpit variations.

Corbins have have an impressive 11 layer schedule of mat and roving with a 16mm Airex core. The deck is a 3/4″ core of marine grade mahogany early on but later Airex foam. The ballast is 9,000 pounds lead encapsulated with extra layers of fiberglass around the keel for protection. Most spars are by Everett Bastet of E.B. Spars Inc. in Quebec. Early ones had either a 46′ single spreader main or a 51′ turbo charged double spreader. Later most had 49′ double spreader rigs. All rigs are deck stepped.

Corbins with their fin keel and skeg rudder combination are better sailing than their 26,000 pounds displacement might suggest. They are meant as Marius Corbin writes to take someone, “safely and comfortably around the world…We get postcards from all over the world…what better recommendation is there for a strong and seaworthy vessel.” The cutter rig with a reefed main is a safe and seaworthy combination.

Buyers Notes

Of the 199 hulls, 184 were owner finished. These owner finished hulls were shipped in varying degrees of completion out of the Corbin yard. In 1982, a fire destroyed the molds. Post-1982 Corbins have larger cockpits and a further forward mast step to lessen weather helm. Corbin 39’s with bowsprits also sail more balanced. Look for a Corbin 39 with a double spreader spar.

Links, References and Further Reading

» Corbin 39 Owners Association, boat records, links, tips
» Corbin 39 Review, amateur review


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