1981 Kaiser 34' (10.36 m) Gale Force
Solomons, Maryland, United States
As quoted from the Gale Force brochure; "A Legend in her time. A powerful ocean cruising cutter, Kaiser designed, and built the way good boats ought to be, without compromise of design, standards or price. Nine tons displacement, 39' (with bowsprit), fine furniture, custom interiors, completely equ
- Fiberglass Hull
- HIN/IMO: JRK330260980
Official Number: 639099
LOA: 39' 6'' (12.04 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
Beam: 10' 5''
LWL: 27' 5''
Draft Max: 5' 3''
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Hull Finish: Gelcoat
Hull Shape: Monohull
Fuel Tank: 48 Gallons (181.7 Liters)
Fresh Water: 110 Gallons (416.4 Liters)
Holding Tank: 25 Gallons (94.64 Liters)
Displacement: 19300 lbs
Ballast Weight: 7600 lbs
She has a very traditional interior configuration. Starting forward is the V-berth with filler with shelves outboard and Ash ceiling strips lining the hull sides. Opening bronze port in cabin trunk, hatch overhead and a nice bank of drawers on the starboard side. Heading aft is the enclosed head to port with vanity, toilet, and storage outboard. Opposite to starboard is a hanging locker. Next is the Main Salon. Her salon is warm and inviting with an abundance of teak cabinetry, teak and holly sole, ash ceiling strips on the hull sides, all opening bronze ports and an overhead hatch for excellent light and ventilation. She has settees both port and starboard and pilot berths outboard with storage under the pilot berths. The table is mounted on the port side forward bulkhead and when down can accommodate dining on both sides of the vessel. The port settee pulls out to create a more comfortable berth. Aft to port is the U-shaped sea galley and opposite to starboard is the aft facing navigation station and large ice box with refrigeration. Engine access is under the companionway steps. The cockpit is deep with high combings and a bridge deck in front of the companionway allowing for a dry boat. The side decks are wide and she has true bulwarks for solid footing in a sea way.
- Double stainless steel sinks with hot and cold pressure water
- 2017 Dickinson 2 burner Caribbean stove with oven
- Microwave oven
- Spice rack
- Storage outboard and under counters
- Large ice box with Adler-Barbour refrigeration opposite the galley. Also serves as additional counter space
Sails and Rigging
- Keel stepped mast with stainless steel wire standing rigging.In mast roller furling mainsail
- Roller furling 130% genoa - sunband replaced and sail reconditioned 2018
- Profurl roller furling for the head sail
- All halyards led aft to the cockpit for east in single handing
- #23 Self-tailing Barient primary winches
- Barient cabin top winches for the halyards
- Cam cleats on the cabin top for the halyards
- Stainless steel bow and stern pulpits with side stanchions and double life lines.
- New lifelines in 2019
- Large stainless steel bow sprit with double anchor roller
- Rocna 20 Anchor with chain
- Danforth anchor
- Lofrans Tigres electric windlass
- Stainless steel dinghy davits
- High bulworks
- Teak hand rails
- 2 bronze cowl vents
- Teak cockpit grate
- Teak and stainless steel rub rail
- 1995 Avon 9' Dinghy
- Honda 2.3 HP outboard air cooled engine for dinghy
- Boat hook
- Dock lines
- Canvas hatch covers
- Teak cockpit table
Electronics, Electrical, Mechanical
- Garmin WBO-5429 - 740s Chartplotter with GMI 10 wind instruments, sonar, 600 AIS and 18HD Radar
- Icom VHF
- 2021 Dometic Cruisair 12,000 BTU Reverse cycle air-conditioning and heat
- 110V shore power with cord
- 2019 - 2 DEKA AGM House batteries 198 amps hrs each, 396 total
- Sunset Solar panel SE 8000 - 130 Watt
- Max Feathering prop
- 2020 new Galvanic Isolator
- Westerbeke 40HP diesel engine with aprox 3500 eng hrs.
The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.
Brewer Yacht Sales
Brewer Yacht Sales’ Solomons office is located at Safe Harbor Zahnisers. Solomons is a picturesque waterfront town nestled where the Patuxent River meets the Chesapeake Bay in Calvert County, Maryland.
Voted “One of the 15 Happiest Seaside Towns in America”, Solomons has great attractions all year round including the Taste of Solomons, 4th of July Fireworks Celebration, Solomons Offshore Grand Prix, Screwpile Challenge, Christmas Walk, and Solomons Plein Air Festival. With frequent events and festivals also at Annmarie Sculpture Park and Calvert Marine Museum, you will always find something new and fun to do.
The professional sales staff at Brewer Yacht Sales Solomons are committed to making your boat buying or selling experience an enjoyable one! Our Brewer Yacht Sales brokers have on average twenty years of boating industry experience, and it is their job to make your transaction smooth and worry-free. We want to build long-term relationships with our customers, whether you are transitioning out of your current boat or into your next one.
The water has always been a part of my life since learning to sail aboard a Sailfish while vacationing in Chatham, Massachusetts. At twelve, I graduated to Penguins and 420’s at the Tred Avon Yacht Club in Oxford, Maryland. My parents always belonged to the Corinthian Yacht Club in Philadelphia and I often accompanied them on cruises aboard a Hinckley Bermuda 40 that we cruised in the Chesapeake.
Understanding banking after working 12 years for Loyola Savings and Loan of Maryland, I helped navigate the purchase of a 32’ Pearson Vanguard for a friend and taught him to sail. Loving the idea of sharing my passion for boating, I joined Oxford Boatyard Yacht Sales (in what is now Safe Harbor Oxford Boatyard and Marina) in 1990 and worked as a broker for fifteen years.
In 1993, Oxford Boatyard Yacht Sales became a dealer for Sabre and Back Cove Motor Yachts and I acquired an understanding and respect for powerboats. I worked closely with the boatyard commissioning new vessels and working as a liaison between new owners and the marina. I have an intimate understanding of the boat buying process - how to guide new owners through surveys, sea trials, registration, and documentation.
I love all boats and each one has its own quality. Though I would consider myself a traditionalist in boat design, I like what the new designs offer in comfort and ability.
When not talking boats, my husband (of 25 years) and I live in Easton, Maryland. My husband is the rigging supervisor at Safe Harbor Oxford Boatyard and our daughter works at the marina full time, having graduated from Washington College in 2020. She earned her Teaching Certification and is applying for a teaching position in English.
I am starting my 4th year as a broker with Brewer Yacht Sales and in addition to my office at Safe Harbor Zahniser’s in Solomon’s, Maryland I now have an office at Safe Harbor Oxford. This enables me to cover the territory from the Eastern Shore to Solomon’s Island and everything in between.
I look forward to speaking with you and sharing my passion for boats. Let me help you find the perfect yacht or support and guide you in the sale of your existing vessel!