1985 Wauquiez 35

$49 900

1985 Wauquiez 35

Name: Second Chance
Length
35
Fuel type
Diesel
Hull material
Fiberglass

Your Day on the Water just got better!

“Second Chance” has had three owners and has always resided on the cold, clean, freshwater of The Great Lakes.

Fast, very responsive, extremely well built performance cruiser.  Quite often mistaken for a Swan.

Wauquiez sailboats are known for their solid, high quality construction, comfortable accommodations belowdecks and a seakindly motion.  The interior is varnished teak with white overhead, multiple opening ports, and a teak and holly cabin sole.  “Second Chance” has the classic warmth and appeal of a true yacht.

The forward cabin has a double 81”X80” vee berth w/filler cushion, hanging locker, shelves w/fiddle rails, storage drawers, cabin fan, and reading lights.  There is a door to the head and a privacy door to the salon.

The double entry head is to starboard with a Jabasco manual head & holding tank (deck discharge with by pass for direct pump out), sink, pressure water, molded counter top, large mirror, handheld shower, teak shower grate, and independent shower sump pump, cabinet, and storage shelves, and deck hatch.

The salon’s U shaped dinette to starboard makes a comfortable 78”X48” double berth with storage behind and outboard.  Centerline folding table can seat six.  The port settee also has storage behind and outboard and can serve as a 6’04” single berth with lee cloth.  Good light and ventilation are provided by multiple opening ports, solar vents, deck hatch, a cabin fan, and the companionway has proper drop boards.  The interior overhead grab rails make movement below decks safe and secure in a seaway.

The U-shaped galley to starboard has storage galore, double stainless steel sinks near center line with hot and cold pressure water, a Raritan 6 gallon, 110v AC/engine heated hot water heater, a large, insulated ice box that has been converted to Adler Barbour 110 AC refrigeration, a gimbaled, two burner Eno propane stove with oven, microwave, electric toaster and a waste basket.

The forward facing navigation station is to port across from the galley.  There are two shelves outboard of the chart table with storage and navigation night reading light.

The port side aft stateroom has a 76”X50” double berth and hanging locker.

Raymarine wheel auto helm fitted (2010)

5” Danforth steering compass on pedestal

Brooks & Gatehouse helm depth sensor with cabin monitor

Furuno Smart Thru-Hull Transducer and Fi504 multi display fitted to read boat speed and depth (NME 2000) (2015)

Furuno MFD 8 3D chart plotter installed together with GPS antenna (2011)

Navpod unit and helm pedestal (wired for NME 2000) (2011)

Standard Horizon GX 2200 Matrix VHF with AIS & GPS including 2nd station microphone fitted in cockpit (2014)

GPS

Cable TV/phone inlet at cockpit

Ships clock

Barometer

Windex

Inclinometer

  • 2 batteries
  • Battery parallel switch
  • 40 amp Guest automatic battery charger
  • 55 amp alternator
  • 50’ 30 amp shore power cord
  • 12 volt DC electronic panel w/battery tester
  • 110 volt AC panel w/circuit breakers
  • Anchor roller
  • S-22 Danforth anchor w/nylon rode
  • Deck anchor locker
  • Bow pulpit and stern rail
  • Stainless steel double lifelines (Lifeline gate & fittings not installed but included)
  • Four mooring cleats
  • Port and starboard stainless solar exhaust vents aft of cabin hatch
  • Main cabin cowl vents replaced with Bronze unit (Imported from Stockholm Sweden) (2013)
  • Dodger
  • Safety Jack Lines added (2010)
  • Viking 4 man life raft (Resc You) type 1 Group A (2013)
  • Fenders and dock lines
  • Flares, bell, horn, 2 fire extinguishers, wood plugs
  • Tru Plug emergency cone added to safety package (2018)
  • First aid kit
  • Adult Type 1 PFDs
  • Type III PFDs
  • Horse shoe life ring
  • Bosun’s chair
  • Mast climbing steps
  • Top Climber mast climbing system
  • Nav lights – Port and starboard running lights are up on the bow pulpit for good visibility.  Stern light is mounted up on the stern rail.  The steaming light is on the front of the mast
  • Port & starboard spreader lights
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Two cockpit storage lockers
  • Teak folding cockpit pedestal table w/drink holder has been removed but is included
  • Magma stainless steel gas BBQ mounted on stern rail
  • Boat hook
  • Boarding ladder w/teak rungs included
  • Slotted aluminum toe rail
  • Race equipped but very easy to single hand
  • Standing rigging is 1X19 stainless steel wire
  • Main halyard replaced (2009)
  • Genoa halyard replaced (2015)
  • Spinnaker halyard replaced (2015)
  • Jib Sheets replaced (VPC mid tech) (2009)
  • Main sheet blocks and boom vang lines replaced (2010)
  • Genoa furling blocks added (2010)
  • Topping Lift and Jib Halyard replaced (2011)
  • Line for running backstays replaced (2011)
  • Harken II roller furling jib
  • Manual boom vang
  • Dutchman sail flaking system (2014)
  • Tides Marine mast sail track installed (2014)
  • Inboard and outboard genoa tracks

Sails

  • New Main Sail- 7 oz Hydra Net Radial, 4 full battens, 3 reefing points, loose foot and Cunningham (2014)
  • New main sail cover (2014)
  • New Genoa – Mac Sails 155% (6.77 oz Challenge Marblehead Premium Dacron with Sunbrella covered Luff) (2015)
  • Elstrom 4.0 Laminae 150% Genoa
  • Elstrom 6.0 Dacron 140% Genoa
  • Elstrom 7.2 Dacron Working Jib
  • Elstrom 6.0 Dacron Roller Furling Genoa
  • North .75 Nylon Cruising spinnaker
  • Sail area:  538 sq. ft.
  • Kemp aluminum mast with double spreaders is keel stepped
  • Harken bridge deck mounted mainsheet traveler
  • Manual backstay adjuster
  • Sparcraft Bow Sprit added (2013)
  • Deck mounted spinnaker pole
  • Four cockpit cleats
  • One cabin top cleat
  • 2 Lewmar #44 3 speed, self-tailing primary winches
  • 2 Lewmar #46 secondary winches
  • 2 Lewmar #30 on the mast
  • 1 Lewmar #16 on the mast
  • 1Lewmar #8 on the mast
  • 2 Locking winch handles
  • 2 Manual bilge pumps
  • Manual bilge pump replaced (Whale Gusher) (Engine compartment located pump) (2019)
  • Groco 3 way seacock engine water inlet fitted with hull backing plate and configured for emergency bilge pump operation (2012)
  • Automatic bilge pump
  • Jabasco potable water pump installed for fresh water pressurized system (2019)
  • Engine throttle, shift lever and wheel brake are on the steering pedestal
  • Engine emergency alarm
  • Engine emergency stop
  • Engine starter motor replaced (2012)
  • Fresh water cooling
  • Racor 500 FGX Max duel fuel filter fitted (2012)
  • Diesel fuel and propane shut off valves
  • Two propane tanks in aft port cockpit locker
  • Jabasco manual toilet fitted to replace existing (2016)
  • The Manual head discharges to a holding tank.  The overboard discharge has been rendered inoperable
  • Edson stainless steel steering wheel – manual cable and quadrant steering
  • Scanmar wind vane steering monitor fitted (2011)
  • Emergency tiller
  • 3 Blade 17X10 feathering Max Prop on a 1 1/8” stainless shaft
  • Cutlass bearing replaced (2010)
  • Volvo MS2B transmission with 2:1 gear ratio
  • Groco water strainer installed (2012)
  • Proper bronze seacocks
  • Maintenance & repair log
  • Wauquiez Pretorien 35 and other operating manuals

2009

  • Repairs carried out by Larsen Marine
  • Mast lights
  • Water heater relief valve
  • Autohelm
  • Engine compartment rewired
  • Primary and secondary fuel filters changed
  • Oil & Filter changed
  • Engine water cooling hose replacement
  • Engine water pump impeller replaced
  • Jib Sheets replaced (VPC mid tech)
  • Engine mountings replaced
  • Main halyard replaced

2010

  • Main sheet blocks and boom vang lines replaced
  • VC 17 bottom paint
  • Cutlass bearing replaced
  • Mg anode fitted to prop shaft
  • Engine water pump impeller inspected
  • Seacocks greased
  • Prop greased
  • Safety Jack Lines added
  • Genoa furling blocks added
  • Raymarine wheel auto helm fitted
  • Fuel and engine oil and filters changed

2011

  • Bottom Paint
  • Topping Lift and Jib Halyard replaced
  • Line for running backstays replaced
  • Seacocks greased
  • Prop greased
  • Engine water pump impeller replaced
  • Scanmar wind vane steering monitor fitted
  • Furuno MFD 8 3D chart plotter installed together with GPS antenna Navpod unit and helm pedestal (wired for NME 2000)
  • Engine V-Belt replacement
  • Fuel filter and engine oil and filter changed

2012

  • Bottom paint
  • Mg anode fitted to prop shaft
  • Seacocks greased
  • Prop greased
  • Engine water pump impeller inspected
  • Groco 3 way seacock engine water inlet fitted with hull backing plate and configured for emergency bilge pump operation
  • Groco water strainer installed
  • Racor 500 FGX Max duel fuel filter fitted
  • Engine starter motor replaced
  • Fuel filter and engine oil and filter changed

2013

  • Bottom paint
  • Seacocks greased
  • Prop greased
  • Engine water pump impeller replaced
  • Sparcraft Bow Sprit added
  • Main cabin cowl vents replaced with Bronze unit (Imported from Stockholm Sweden)
  • Viking 4 man life raft (Resc You) type 1 Group A
  • Fuel filter and engine oil and filter changed

2014

  • Bottom painted
  • Mg anode fitted to prop shaft
  • Seacocks greased
  • Prop greased
  • Engine water pump impeller inspected
  • Standard Horizon GX 2200 Matrix VHF with AIS & GPS including 2nd station microphone fitted in cockpit
  • Tides Marine mast sail track installed
  • New Main Sail- 7 oz Hydra Net Radial, 4 full battens, 3 reefing points, loose foot and Cunningham
  • Dutchman sail flaking system
  • Fuel filter and engine oil and filter changed

2015

  • Bottom paint
  • Mg anode fitted to prop shaft
  • Seacocks greased
  • Prop greased
  • Engine water pump impeller replaced
  • Furuno Smart Thru-Hull Transducer and Fi504 multi display fitted to read boat speed and depth (NME 2000)
  • New Genoa – Mac Sails 155% (6.77 oz Challenge Marblehead Premium Dacron with Sunbrella covered Luff)
  • Genoa halyard replaced
  • Spinnaker halyard replaced
  • Fuel filter and engine oil and filter changed

2016

  • Bottom paint
  • Cockpit drain hoses replaced (Shields series 250)
  • Seacocks greased
  • Prop greased
  • Engine water pump impeller inspected
  • Jabasco manual toilet fitted to replace existing
  • Sink discharge hoses replaced
  • Fuel filter and engine oil and filter changed

2017

  • Bottom paint
  • Mg anode fitted to prop shaft
  • Seacocks greased
  • Prop greased
  • Engine water pump impeller replaced
  • Fuel filter and engine oil and filter changed

2018

  • Bottom paint
  • Seacocks greased
  • Prop greased
  • Engine water pump impeller inspected
  • Two Tru Plug emergency cones added to safety package
  • Fuel filter and engine oil and filter changed

2019

  • Bottom paint
  • Mg anode fitted to prop shaft
  • Seacocks greased
  • Prop greased
  • Engine water pump impeller inspected
  • Jabasco potable water pump installed for fresh water pressurized system
  • Manual bilge pump replaced (Whale Gusher) (Engine compartment located pump)
  • Cockpit bilge pumps hoses replaced
  • Fuel filter and engine oil and filter changed

2020

  • Bottom paint
  • Seacocks greased
  • Prop greased
  • Engine water pump impeller replaced

Wauquiez yachts are known to be sensible but elegant, modern yet enduring.  Their beautiful teak interiors are secured directly to a strong, performance hull.  This could serve you well as your family club racer and/or fast cruiser.

Personal belongings and tools.

Personal belongings and tools.

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
Ed Jirsa Cpyb
Ed Jirsa
262-498-2969

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