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Edwards Yacht Sales Roy (EdwardsYachtSales)
Registration Date: Dec 19, 2014
Personal Address: https://www.yachtseller.net/edwardsyachtsales/
Company Name: Edwards Yacht Sales
First Name: Edwards Yacht Sales
Last Name: Roy
About Us: Welcome

To Edwards Yacht Sales
Whether you are ready to buy your next boat or your first boat, Edwards Yacht Sales 30+ professional yacht brokers are here to assist. We will guide you through the shopping stage to making a offer, to sea trial and survey. We can assist with marine financing and insurance. Our buyers come from all over the world to shop our extensive inventory of trawlers, motor yachts, sailboats, and Mega yachts. We are here to help.

If you are thinking of selling your yacht, the key is marketing. We have one of the most aggressive marketing programs in the brokerage industry. We advertise through a number of print medias, 50 + Internet web sites worldwide, (growing monthly) and a direct email program to Edward
Phone: +72 (744) 982-22
Website: www.edwardsyachtsales.com/
Country: United States
City: Florida
Address: 510 Brookside Drive,FL
Owner Stock No: 255072
Title: Equinox
Built: 1980
Model: 37B 37B
Engine Model: 50 HP, Single, Inboard, Diesel, Kubota
Description: This vessel features the preferred Plan B layout and has never been in charter. There has never been hurricane damage. Equinox has a classic feel with modern amenities.  CSY’s overall are known for being extremely tough boats. Solid fiberglass flush decks eliminate the worry of soft spots.  CSY’s are known for their large cockpits. Each side boasts over 6′ of seating area. An aluminum solar arch with 2 panels provide the helm with excellent shade.  The hard top frame has built-in seats aft for excellent visibility underway. The 1/2″ PVC foam board hardtop insulates against the heat and keeps the cockpit significantly cooler than canvas on sunny days.  Equinox was repowered in 2008 with a 50hp Kubota engine.  All through-hulls have new fiberglass pads, the original bronze seacocks have been re-lapped, and hoses have been replaced.  All chainplates are easily accessible for inspection and were all replaced in 2010.

Boat Name



LOA: 37 ft 3 in

Beam: 12 ft 0 in

LWL: 29 ft 2 in

Maximum Draft: 4 ft 8 in

Displacement: 22000 lbs

Ballast: 8500 lbs

Bridge Clearance: 54 ft 0 in


Engine 1:

Engine Brand: Kubota

Year Built: 2008

Engine Model: Phasor

Engine Type: Inboard

Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel

Engine Hours: 1600

Propeller: 3 blade propeller

Drive Type: V Drive

Engine Power: 50 HP


Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (70 Gallons)

Fuel Tanks: (50 Gallons)

Holding Tanks: (30 Gallons)


Number of double berths: 2

Number of cabins: 2

Number of heads: 1

Electrical Equipment

Electrical Circuit: 12V

Outside Equipment/Extras

Electric windlass


Kubota Phasor P4-49-03 50hp; approximately 1,600 hours (2008)

Borg Warner Velvet drive; rebuilt (2012)

R&D Damper Plate (2012)

Walter V-Drive; Rebuilt (2012)

3 blade fixed prop Michigan Wheels 18x12L (2011)

Prop shaft trued (2011)

Cutlass bearing replaced (2016)

Racor 500 fuel filter with 12v boost pump (2015)


Stainless steel 3 burner stove and oven – 2 20# propane tanks with solenoid

Air cooled Seafrost BD-XP Refrigeration (2013)

Refrigeration box removed and rebuilt with all new R40+ insulation

Removable divider for full freezer, full fridge, or combination

Custom mesquite wood countertops

Pullout galley faucet with soap dispenser

Filtered drinking water faucet

Force 10- 6 gal hot water heater

Walk Thru of Interior

Through the companionway, you go down three stair steps. The spacious interior provides 6’4″ headroom and is noticeably cooler due to the 1″ thick foam insulation with vinyl covering on the ceiling. Six hatches provide excellent ventillation. The U-shaped galley is aft to port and features an 8 cubic foot freezer/fridge box that was completely rebuilt with a removable divider (to convert the box to all-freezer or all-refrigeration as the need arises). The system was re-insulated from the hull in with R-40+ insulation and the SeaFrost BDxp system will keep you making ice, even at anchor. There is a three burner stove with oven. The galley has excellent light from LED’s over the stove, sink, and in the fridge, as well as natural light from 2 portholes and a hatch above. One of the portholes is a large pass through to the cockpit.  Additionally the galley has extra shelving and a microwave cabinet, mesquite countertops, an undermount sink with a standard household faucet, water filters, separate drinking water faucet, and a soap dispenser. 

The navigation station is starboard at the bottom of the companionway. It features a large desk with chart storage, good access to the wiring through cabinets, 440 amp hour house batteries under the nav seat, and wiring panels that are easily removed to make changes or repairs. The Garmin chartplotter provides a WiFi network to monitor or control with an iPad or iPhone. A Cat-5 cable is routed for an external WiFi booster antenna by the arch. The split backstay has an insulator and ground for an SSB. The Pioneer stereo powers two cockpit and two salon speakers and is Bluetooth ready, so you can stream music from any capable device.

Moving forward, the large portside L-shaped settee converts to a double berth, and the starboard settee has been modified to provide additional storage behind and above the seat back. Two 70 gallon fiberglass water tanks are located under each settee. The table has been removed to allow for a more open layout but can easily be reinstalled, accommodating 6-8 guests. The 50-gallon fuel tank is accessed through the sole. The salon has ambient lighting, bookshelves, a bar, 12-volt tv, speakers, 3 hatches, and a tremendous amount of storage.

The owners’ cabin features a Pullman berth to port with a step and handle to assist getting in and out. Below the berth is a 30-gallon holding tank, a pullout laundry hamper, and storage accessible either from the front or huge hinged hatch beneath the mattress. The mattress is antimicrobial latex with a Tufted Topper, both in excellent condition. To starboard are two large hanging lockers, 3 drawers, and cubbies. We have installed a standard household 6,000 BTU window-unit air conditioner which can be run on a 2000 watt generator (not included). A large hatch over the berth keeps it cool at anchor and provides an excellent view of the stars. We also run the A/C when we are not cruising to keep mildew at bay. A shower sump is located beneath the sole.

Forward of the berth is the head with a separate seated shower in the fore peak. Custom teak flooring allows the water to drain beneath rather than getting tracked all over the boat. There are two enormous cabinets as well as storage beneath the counter, chain access through the removable shower seat, with the chain and rope locker forward. The head has both a porthole and a hatch. LED strip lighting flanks the vanity mirror.


Electrical System and Electronics

Garmin 742xs with G2 charts (2018)

Standard Horizon GX2200 with DSC and remote Mic (2015)

Simrad AC 20 Autopilot computer with AP16 control head (2009)

Simrad wind indicator (not working)

2 – 190-watt solar panels 

Outback Flex60 MPPT charge controller

Victron 700 battery monitor

75 amp Iota battery charger – will run on a Honda 2000

4 US2200 lead acid batteries – 464 amp hours (2018)

1 Napa maintenance free start battery (2017)

Battery selector/Combiner with Blue Sea charging relay

All heavy wiring redone to ABYC standards (2011)

All but 2 interior lights throughout boat LED

Multi-function LED masthead anchor/tri-color light

Richie Globmaster compass (2011)

Bilge System

Jabsco diaphragm bilge pump with ON/AUTO/OFF (2017)

Rule 2000 with float switch (2017)

Second Rule 2000 direct to breaker (2017)

Whale manual pump (2017)

Whale shower sump (2017)

All bilge hoses replaced (2016)

All bronze tapered through hulls lapped and lubed (2016)

Teak through hull pads replaced with fiberglass pads (2016)

PVC through hull T’s replaced with bronze (2016)

New cockpit drain hoses (2016)

Rainwater collection system

Sails and Rigging

All chainplates replaced (2010)

New double spreader anodized aluminum mast (2010)

Anodized aluminum boom for main (2010)

Standing rigging replaced (2010)

Running rigging, mast cleats, and clutches replaced (2012)

Main, jib, and staysail refurbished (2017)

Johnson Mainsail has 2 reef points

Ulmer Flasher spinnaker with sock refurbished (2012, not used since) 

Profurl roller furling system with Yankee cut jib, 135 genoa

Staysail boom; Esprit staysail with 1 reef point

Whisker pole attached to mast

2 Lewmar #16 winches on mast – self tailing

1 Lewmar #8 on starboard cabin top

1 Lewmar #30 on port cabin top – self tailing

2 Barrient #27s on cockpit combings – self tailing

Deck and Ground Tackle

Rocna 25 anchor

120′ 3/8″ BBB chain

200′ secondary rope rode with 15′ chain

Washdown pump and hose

Chain locker divider

Additional anchors available; Bruce, Delta plow

Lofrans Tigress 1200 watt, 12v windlass; new brushes (2019)

Lifelines replaced (2012)

Custom aluminum hardtop frame, davits and pushpit with outboard seats

Hardtop crafted from 1/2″ PVC foam board (2019)

Custom aluminum swim platform, transom steps and handle


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.