GISELA SPECS

Type: Sailboat - Cruising- Center Cockpit – Pilothouse
Builder: Corbin Les Bateaux
Naval Architect : Dufour
Year: 1986
Hull: Fiberglass
Keel: Semi full displacement
LOA: 41'; LOD 39'; LWL 32'
Beam: 12' 2''
Engine: 50hp Vetus
Draft: 5’6”
Disp: 22000 lbs.
Max Speed: 7kts @3000 rpm
Cruise Speed: 6kts @2000 rpm
Fuel: 150gal stainless steel
Water: 150gal stainless steel
Ballast: 9500 lbs.
Layout: Vessel walkthrough
Accom: 3 staterooms 7 people
Sleeps 4 in two staterooms, dinette sleeps 2, and crew quarters sleeps 1
Walkthru:
Entering the main salon from the gangway (cockpit) the large dining table is to port with ample seating for 6. To starboard is the
inside steering station and nav station. Forward is a very nice large galley stretching the entire width of the boat. Centerline sinks;
refrigeration and counter space to starboard; oven, stove and microwave to port. This is one roomy galley with enough storage and
space to please any sea-going chef. Forward to starboard is the head with shower and the forward cabin with offset double berth to
starboard. Aft of the inside steering station on the starboard side is the walkthrough with single berth “crew quarters” and storage.
There is an aft stateroom with double offset berth and in-suite head with shower. The boat has excellent ventilation, light and
visibility. They say a Corbin is like a box of chocolates- you never know what you will get, This one is factory finished and the fit is
very clean, very yachty.
Galley:
* 12V Evaporator plate refrigerator with freezer
* Water heater
* 3 burner propane stove with oven
* Microwave oven
* Deep double stainless sinks on centerline
* Propane sniffer
* 2 aluminum propane tanks
* Pressure water system
* Fresh water filter system
Electronics and Navigation System:
* Alpha autopilot with remote 6 inch Compass
* Nobeltec Insight Radar 2
* Garmin GPS w/ backup
* SSB Radio
* VHF Radio with remote
* Datamarine wind speed and distance log
* EBIRB
* Stereo with CD and ext. input. Speakers throughout boat and cockpit
* DVD and monitor at dinette also powered through stereo system
* Master stateroom separate DVD/ stereo system with mast antenna
Electrical System:   
* DC/AC electrical system                                                                                                                                          
* 75 amp battery charger
* 5 KW Westerbeke generator    
* Battery parallel switch
* 1500 watt Heart Inverter with Link 1000
* Prop alternator
* 2 starting batteries with combiner
* 6 house batteries
* 75A Balmar alternator with smart external voltage regulator
* Four Winds 2 blade wind generator with brake and regulator
* Adler Barbour Reverse Cycle AC/Heating
Deck and Hull:
*All manuals and original boat plan
*Fresh water shower in cockpit
*ABI electric or manual windlass
*Dodger
*Stanchions with life lines
*Bimini Top
*Bow Pulpit and rails
* Spreader lights
* Deck salt water wash down system
* Anchors: 60 lb CQR, 35 lb Bruce, 30 lb Danforth, 40 lb CQR
* Screens for hatches and port lights.
* Cockpit makes into double berth.
* Six person Avon life raft (needs servicing)
Engine Room/ Mechanical Equipment:
*Single 50hp Vetus diesel
*20 gph HRO watermaker
*Engine controls in cabin and cockpit
*Engine temp alarm
*Fuel Filter
*Oil Transfer system
*Fresh Water Cooling system
*3 bilge pumps
*Raw water sea strainer
* Holding Tank
* Three separate steering systems. Boat can be steered with any 2 systems failing.
Sails and Rigging:
* Genoa
* Spinnaker
* Jib
* Staysail
* Mizzen
* Boom Vang
* Storm Trisail
* Spinnaker Pole mounted on mast
* 3 point jiffy reefing system
* Norseman fittings
* Fold up mast steps on mast and mizzen
* Mack Pack/Lazy Jacks
* Emergency parachute drogue
* Mast Pulpit
Comments:
I purchased Sequel a 1986 Corbin 39 center cockpit, cutter/ketch-rigged sailboat with inside steering/nav station from the original
owner in April of 2003. I wanted a boat that could circumnavigate double handed in safety and comfort. If anything, she is “overbuilt”.
Her last survey was in 2003, prior to my purchase, I installed a new stainless steel water heater before shipping her from Stuart,
Florida to her new home on fresh-water Lake Lanier, Georgia  where I began her refit. Now named “Gisela” I replaced her sails and
added a Mack Pack mainsail cover/ lazy jack combination. My goal was to bring her up to 21st century standards and to this end I
installed a Nobeltec Insight Radar2 which overlays the GPS moving map display and automatically changes scale with zoom features.
I installed Adler Barbour reverse cycle AC/ heat in October of 2004 and that made it a new boat for me. All four cabins are
comfortable in any heat Georgia has thrown at us, and she is cozy in the winter as well. The refrigeration system was also replaced at
this time. I replaced the packing gland with a dripless gland when I hauled her in August of 09 to give her a new bottom and acrylic
paint job. I also installed Froli under mattress comfort systems in the master and crew quarters and solid foam cockpit cushions from
CCushions. There are 2 mounts on the stern rails for small outboards for the dinghy. You will not find a stronger built boat than the
Corbin 39.
S. DeBlasio