1986 Irwin 52′
1986 Irwin Mark II Ketch 52 “JOURNEY”
JOURNEY is the world class cruising boat of your dreams, and she is seriously for sale. She is always one of the prettiest yachts in any harbor. The Irwin 52 Mark II Ketch is well known for its strength of build, safety and sea kindly motion. Her amazing interior accommodations, spacious cockpit, wide side decks and raised bulwarks make the 52 Mark II one of the most popular 50 foot plus sailboats ever produced.
JOURNEY is a double headsail ketch, which gives her Captain and Crew nearly infinite sail combinations to handle any weather and seas. Her bowsprit yields a large foretriangle, enabling swift and easy short-handed sailing under jib and mizzen alone. Roller furling headsail and stay sail allow for easy in-cockpit control of your power forward of the mainmast. A roller furling main sail keeps the helmsman safely in the cockpit no matter the weather.
JOURNEY will take you safely from anchorage to sea to moonlight and safe harbor again.
Faithfully maintained and continuously updated by her current owner, she is ready to begin cruising and continuing her adventures with new owners.
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A stunning Irwin 52 Mark II, JOURNEY has received continued updates since 2004 and has finished her cruising adventures and is now seriously for sale. A deck-salon styled boat before there were deck-salon sailboats. The motor yacht like interior accommodations, spacious cockpit, wide side decks, and raised bulwarks make the 52 Mark II one of the most popular 50 foot plus sailboats ever produced. The size and interior volume make the Irwin 52 a prefect cruising or live aboard sailboat. JOURNEY features 3 staterooms and 3 heads and a center line queen size aft cabin master stateroom complete with large head and bathtub. She will please even the most discriminating buyer.
We are pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by United Yacht Sales. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel.