1984 Union 32

$29 900

1984 Union 32

Name: Anne Bonny
Fuel type
Hull material

Your Day on the Water just got better!

“Anne Bonny” is a high-end boat built in a time era when a sea kindly motion in a seaway while crossing oceans was an important factor in the design brief. She looks good, sails well and wraps you in comfort.


With the abundance of oiled teak, a teak and holly cabin sole, 10 bronze opening ports, two deck hatches, and four Dorade boxes the interior of “Anne Bonny” is warm, bright and very comfortable.

The roomy vee berth in the forward stateroom affords comfortable accommodations for two. There are drawers and lockers and shelves for stowage, two opening ports and a Lexan hatch for ventilation and light.

The port side head is well thought out with plenty of room to move around without infringement upon space needed for the forward cabin. A wash basin with pressure water, handheld style shower with teak grate shares space with the manual head and several drawers and lockers making the area highly functional, orderly and livable. There is an opening port and Dorade for ventilation. Opposite the head compartment are two spacious hanging lockers serving both the master stateroom and the main cabin.

The main cabin is well laid out and extremely functional for both sleeping and eating as well as entertaining on board. There is a large “L” shaped settee to port which extends to form a double berth with storage under, and lockers and shelf above. The starboard settee serves as a single berth, with lockers and shelf above. Both settees have lee cloths for overnight passage making. A large, fixed drop leaf table affords comfortable service for six at meals. For ventilation there is a deck hatch, Dorade vents, two cabin fans, opening ports w/screens, both solid teak companionway drop boards and louvered doors. The multiple ports and hatches provide abundant light to show off the beautiful teak interior and teak and holly cabin sole. The port and starboard overhead, teak handholds and cruising interior make movement below decks safe and secure in a seaway.

“Anne Bonny‘s” “U”-shaped galley to port is both efficient and convenient. It affords ample working room, putting all storage areas, ice box, sinks and stove within easy reach while keeping the cook out of companionway traffic. It also affords a sheltered, protected area when meals must be prepared while underway. The galley includes deep, double stainless steel sinks draining near center line, with pressure hot & cold water ,engine & 110v 6 gallon hot water heater, gimbaled, two-burner propane stove with oven, a well-insulated ice box and cockpit propane grill to cover all of the food preparation options. There is more than ample stowage with numerous drawers, lockers, dish racks and top loading storage compartment outboard of the sink.

The forward facing navigation station and chart table located to starboard at the head of the quarter berth provides ample working room and chart storage space and for the navigator’s tools and instruments.

The starboard quarter berth is a large single wrapped in finely crafted teak.

Electronics & Navigation

Raymarine Autohelm ST4000 autopilot (2013)
5” Ritchie steering compass
Digital depth meter
Signet Marine self-powered knot meter (2017)
Garmin GPSmap 740S Chartplotter also provides speed and depth (2012)
Standard Horizon VHF Radio (2016)
Garmin VHF Radio in cockpit (2018)
Vesper AIS transceiver (2017)
AM/FM/Stereo/CD Player
Cabin and cockpit speakers
Flat screen TV w/Omni-directional antenna

Electrical System

v2 Batteries (1 start, 1 house)
Battery Parallel Switch
Automatic battery charger
Victron digital battery monitor (2014)
50’ 30 amp shore power cord
110v AC panel & 12v DC panel
Rig and boat are lighting grounded

Sails & Rigging

Cruise equipped and very easy to single hand
The standing rigging is 1X19 stainless steel wire
Harken MKII jib roller furling

Dacron roller furling 130% Genoa with Sunbrella UV protection (2017)
Dacron club-footed staysail w/reef points (2015)
Dacron main w/4 reef points (2013)
Dacron storm jib
Asymmetrical spinnaker (2012)
Blooper (2012)

Spinnaker sock & ATM tacker (2013)
Sail area: 512 sq. ft. using 100% fore triangle
Sail number board (2018)
Deck stepped aluminum mast and boom
Port & Starboard spinnaker halyards
New halyards & sheets (2013)
Replaced jib sheets (2018)
Telescoping whisker pole (2015)
Boom vang/preventer
4-part tackle mainsheet traveler on cabin top
Staysail traveler w/self-tending boom
Main topping lift
Primary winches are Lewmar # 43 Two-speed self-tailing
Secondary winches are Barlow # 20 Single-speed
2 Lewmar # 7 Single-speed winches on cabin top for mainsail & staysail sheets
Mast mounted Lewmar # 7 Single-speed Jib halyard winch
Mast mounted Lewmar # 7 Single-speed Main halyard winch
Mast mounted Lewmar # 7 reef line winch
Mast mounted line clutches for halyards
2 Locking winch handles

Mechanical Equipment

Force 10 diesel/kerosene cabin heater
Manual Whale bilge pump
Automatic bilge pump
Engine throttle and shift levers are on the steering pedestal
Fresh water cooling
Primary and secondary fuel filters
The manual head discharges to a holding tank. The overboard discharge has been secured in the closed position
Wheel steering w/canvas cover
Emergency tiller
Monitor wind vane steering system (2015)
Keel hung rudder w/prop in an aperture
3 Blade fixed prop
Proper bronze seacocks
Interlux Bottom paint
Custom canvas winter cover (2013)
Teak cradle
Original building plans and various operating manuals

Deck Equipment

Single anchor roller
Rocna Vulcan plow-style anchor with chain and 300’ of nylon rode on bow roller (2016)
Danforth anchor
Bow pulpit and stern rail
Side stanchions with vinyl covered double lifelines (2016), and port & starboard boarding gates
Bow and stern mooring cleats w/chocks
Flare kit
Air horn
Wooden plugs
3 ABC fire extinguishers
Automatic fire suppression system in the engine compartment (2013)
Fire blanket in galley
4 Fenders
Dock lines
6 Adult Type I PFDs
Lifesling in blue soft case stern rail mounted
1 Type IV ring buoy stern rail mounted
2 Emergency man overboard boarding ladders
Rescue heaving lines
MOB pole
3 Jacklines
Radar reflector
Handheld, 12 volt, 3 million candle power spotlight
All new LED navigation lights (2013)
New LED Tri-color navigation light w/anchor light & strobe (2013)
Teak fold down cockpit table
Fold down boarding ladder
Custom cockpit cushions
Magma stern rail mounted propane barbeque
Boat hook
Oiled exterior teak

Additional Information

Upgrades & Improvements

Garmin GPS, chart plotter and depth sounder
Asymmetrical spinnaker

Custom canvas winter cover
Upgraded all lights to LEDs
Raymarine Autohelm ST4000 auto pilot
Automatic fire suppression system in the engine compartment
All new LED navigation lights
New LED Tri-color navigation light w/anchor light & strobe
Dacron main w/4 reef points
Spinnaker sock & ATM tacker
New halyards & sheets

Engine overhauled
Added Victron digital battery monitor

Monitor wind vane steering system
Dacron club-footed staysail w/reef points
Telescoping whisker pole

Standard Horizon VHF marine radio
Rocna Vulcan plow-style anchor with chain and 300’ of nylon rode on bow roller
Vinyl covered stainless steel wire lifelines

Vesper AIS transceiver
Signet Marine self-powered knot meter
Dacron roller furling 130% Genoa with Sunbrella UV protection

All new interior cushions
Garmin VHF Radio in cockpit
Replaced jib sheets
Sail number board


The Union 32 was designed for exceptional coastal cruising performance and offshore passage making. If you are looking to enhance relationships in a relaxed manner with a touch of class, this may be your next boat.

Contact Information

  • 520 S WATER ST MILWAUKEE, WI 53204
  • 262-498-2969
  • Monday – Friday: 9:00AM – 5:00PM Saturday: 9:00AM – 4:00PM Sunday: By Appt
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