43' Slocum Cutter

43' Slocum Cutter

Offered at $149,000

The Slocum 43 is a sturdy double ended cutter rig designed by Naval Architect Stan Huntingford of British Columbia, Canada. This popular, proven design incorporates seaworthiness, a sensible deck layout, ample interior space and storage for safe and comfortable cruising. Of the 50 hulls built many of them have either circumnavigated or crossed oceans. The hull features a fine entry, a long cutaway forefoot, and an efficient keel section followed by a deep skeg hung rudder that provides great upwind performance and excellent tracking off the wind.

The voluminous interior is beautifully finished in solid teak with 2 private staterooms, a spacious head with stall shower, a large U-shaped galley, chart table and a generous main salon. Built to ABS standards in a temperature and humidity controlled enviroment, the Slocum is built to last and cruise anywhere.

An extensive recent refit of WICKED EASY includes the following:

Fully Rebuilt Perkins 4-108 Engine with under 20 hours
All new Thru-hull fittings, and hoses
Rebuilt rudder with new supports
Rebuilt steering assembly
New Fuel Tanks
New holding tank and head plumbing 
Extensive additional upgrades
A change in the owners plans has made WICKE EASY available. She is an excellent option for serious bluewater cruising.

Call today for a showing of this fine cruising yacht!

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Boat Name
Builder: Slocum
Designer: Stan Huntingford
Keel: Fin
LOA: 43 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 11 in
LWL: 35 ft 10 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 4 in
Displacement: 28104 lbs
Ballast: 9000 lbs
Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Perkins
Year Built: 2013
Engine Model: 4-108
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Center
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 50 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (150 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (120 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (40 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1

The gorgeous all teak interior is spacious and functional. The wide beam makes living aboard on an extended cruise comfortable and cozy. Nautical character abounds with teak staving throughout. Cabinetry is solid teak with louvered doors. Ample ports and overhead hatches provide excellent ventilation in the tropics. All interior upholstery and bed coverings are done in a deep rich hunter green color fabric that works nicely with the teak and it is all in excellent condition.

Finest quality Burmese teak joinery
Teak & Holly cabin sole
Solid beveled teak cabin doors and all cabinet doors are louvered
Large C-Shaped dinette with a solid teak round table
Newer hunter green upholstery throughout
Heavy teal grab rails at cabin sides under ports
All bulkheads are covered in with solid teak staving
6'4" of headroom throughout most of the cabin area
Large wet locker to starboard at the base of the companionway

Owners Stateroom - Aft to Port
The private owner's stateroom is located aft to port at the base of the companionway. It is a very private and pleasant space to relax. The entire stateroom is finished in teak staving which makes it warm and cozy. While underway it is close enough to the cockpit for ease of communication and safety. The spacious stateroom features an oversized double berth. On the outboard side above the berth there is a bookshelf with two louvered cabinets on either side. There are four large drawers beneath the berth for storage. Additional storage includes a large hanging locker as well as an additional large cabinet. Natural lighting is provided by a 12" X 16" overhead hatch and 2 port lights with screens. Additional lighting is provided by 2 reading lights and an overhead dome light.

Private owners stateroom aft to port
Large oversize double berth
Fully lined and insulated with teak staving
Large hanging locker
3 spacious cabinets
4 large drawers
Large overhead hatch with screen
2 port lights with screens
2 reading lights
Overhead dome light

Quarter Berth - Aft to Starboard
Located aft to starboard adjacent to the companionway is a comfortable quarter berth. This is a great berth for crew to rest while making passages. There are two cabinets and a 3' bookshelf that runs in between. Light and ventilation is provided by an opening portlight with screen and a reading light.

Wet Locker - to Starboard
At the base of the companionway is a teak grate where one can remove wet foul weather gear after a watch. Adjacent to starboard is a wet locker where the foul weather gear can be hung to dry. This is an excellent feature for an offshore passage making cruising yacht.  

Galley - to Port
The functional U-shaped galley is a chefs dream located to port with expansive counter space, loads of storage and a large double stainless steel sink. There is a large window panel above the stove which brings in ample natural light and allows the chef to keep an eye on the horizon. The galley features an Adler Barbour refrigeration system with two large compartments one of which has both top and front loading access. For cooking there is a gimbaled stainless steel Shipmate LPG stove / oven / broiler as well as a Panasonic 700W Microwave oven. There is hot & cold pressure water and a whale gusher foot pump. Storage is abundant with 9 drawers, 5 cabinets, 2 shelves and 2 spice racks.

Expansive counter space
Shipmate 3 burner stainless steel LPG stove / oven / broiler
Adler Barbour cold plate refrigeration with two large boxes, one front and top loading
Panasonic 700W Microwave Oven
5 spacious cabinets with louvered doors
9 Drawers
2 Shelves
2 Spice racks
Large window panel at eye level
Overhead opening hatch with screen
Propane solenoid 

Navigation Station - Opposite Galley to Starboard
Conveniently located opposite the galley is a 31" deep and 46" wide forward facing chart table with lift top storage. Circuit panels are easily accessed adjacent to the nav. station. There is a 10.5" Furuno NavNet Chartplotter / Radar unit mounted just above the chart table. Below the chart table is a large storage cabinet and there are two tool drawers under the seat.

Forward facing 31" X 46" Chart Table with lift top storage opposite galley
Furuno 10.5" NavNet CMap NT GPS Chartplotter / radar
Location of electrical circuit panels
Large louvered cabinet under chart table
2 Tool drawers under nav. seat

Electronics & Navigation
Furuno 10.5" NavNet CMap NT GPS Chartplotter Radar at Nav station
Furuno 7" repeater at binnacle
Navico PowerPilot Autopilot
Datamarine Depth Sounder
Datamarine Wind Point / Wind Speed
Datamarine Speed Log
Sea 156 VHF Radio
SeaHail Loud Hailer
Ritchie Compass at nav station
Galaxy Compass at binnacle
Clarion Marine Stereo w/ 10 disc CD changer

Main Salon
Headroom in the main salon is 6'6". There is C-Shaped dinette with a large round table to port that will easily accommodate 4-6 in comfort for dinner. Across from the dinette is a 7' bench settee that could easily serve as another berth. The space is flooded with natural light from 4 large horizontal windows and there is a large opening hatch above with a screen. Once again there are multiple storage options throughout the main salon with cabinets on either side and bookshelves. Just forward of the settee on the starboard side is a cabinet unit with a counter on top and five drawers below.

Teak & Holly Sole
6'6" Headroom
Large C-Shaped Settee to port
7' Settee to starboard
Counter with 5 drawers below
Large hanging locker forward across from head
5 Storage cabinets
2 Bookshelves
4 large horizontal windows
Large overhead opening hatch with screen
1 opening port light with screen 

Head - to Port
Located on the port side just forward of the main salon, the head is very functional featuring a stand up separate stall shower with a seat. This is not a "wet head". There is a nice size vanity with a sink and louvered storage cabinets both above and below the vanity. There is a 20" X 30" mirror with a teak frame and an electric marine toilet.

Stall shower with seat
Electric marine toilet
Vanity with sink and new faucet
2 large louvered storage cabinets
1 drawer
Large mirror
Opening hatch above with screen
Port lights with screens
New holding tank & plumbing
New macerator pump

Forward Stateroom
The forward stateroom features a large double berth that is offset to port with a comfortable settee adjacent to starboard. There are louvered cabinets and a bookshelf along each upper side. A generous clothes hanging locker is to starboard beyond the door. There are drawers below the berth with two small cabinets on each lower side. Chain-locker entry is through louvered doors located on the forward bulkhead. There are reading lights and a ceiling light. Ample ventilation is provided by a 20" X 20" overhead hatch and 1 portlight.

Large hanging locker
Louvered cabinets and bookshelves both sides
Ample drawer and cabinet storage
Overhead hatch
1 Portlight w/ stainless steel screen

Sails & Rigging
Mainsail w/ two reef points
Staysail on self tending boom
90% Yankee
Profurl Furler
Vangmaster Boom Vang
All lines led aft to cockpit
Lewmar 55 Self Tailing Primaries
Whisker pole

Deck & Hull
Cockpit dodger
Maxwell 1100 Electric Anchor Windlass
CQR Anchor w/ 200' of chain
Danforth stern anchor
Mast Pulpits
Teak deck boxes
Boom gallows
Foredeck washdown
Edson outboard motor mount
Hot &  cold freshwater shower in cockpit
Radar deflector
Stainless steel dorade vents
Full boat cover 

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. Buyer should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht, and should instruct his agents, or his surveyors to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. This vessel is subject to sale, price and inventory changes, and withdrawal from market without notice.