The Boomerang is a custom built 46’ aluminum Robert Perry design utilizing his proven modified fin keel with skeg hung rudder underbody so successful in many production boats. It is extremely strong and qualifies in every respect as an expeditionary vessel suitable for high latitudes as well as the tropics. It has the tankage, equipment, and capacity to go anywhere one desires to explore. The Boomerang moves well in light air, is easy to sail shorthanded, and is extremely well-balanced on all points of sail. With top quality Hasse sails in excellent condition, this boat is ready to go, equipped with the cruising essentials such as:
a hard dodger,
wind generator,
wind vane,
updated electronics,
and much more.
The varnished solid mahogany custom interior will match or exceed the quality of the finest production yachts. In addition to its unique lines, the Boomerang is a comfortable, very stable, easy to sail cruiser in ready-to-go sailing condition.

Read all the specs on “Boomerang” for more details.

Buying a boat in Mexico can have some tax advantages in saving you state sales
tax and the boat is already where you want to start cruising. When buying a boat in
Mexico, all of the title transfer, paperwork, and funds transfers are handled in the
United States by a Marine Documentation Services Company for your convenience
and peace of mind.

The owners of La Paz Cruisers Supply and Brokerage are cruisers themselves and
have been living and cruising aboard in Mexico since 2008. Our team has crossed
oceans, sailed to the South Pacific, delivered catamarans from South Africa and
sailed around the Caribbean, Mediterranean and world. Our goal isn’t to waste your
time, but to help you find a boat that fits your budget and dreams.

Full Specifications

Walk Through
The interior is varnished solid mahogany, with the exception of the cabin sole which is teak and holly veneer. The yacht was custom designed and built for a couple to circumnavigate in comfort. Headroom is approximately 6.5 feet (2 meters). To port aft is the owner’s cabin with a wide double berth with custom inner spring mattress, storage underneath, a built-in chart storage drawer and multiple cabinets with ample storage. To starboard aft, is a large storage room/tool room/workshop with a bench vise, cabinets, lockers, and bins for parts, along with a permanently attached toolbox w/ sliding drawers. Easy access to the Spectra watermaker, Espar heater, Racor fuel filters, and hydraulic autopilot are located in this cabin.

Just aft of the Nav Station and to starboard of the companionway ladder are two very large lockers. The forward one is shelved, the aft locker is a hanging locker for weathers/gear.

Forward of the galley and Nav Station is the main salon. To port is an L-shaped settee with large storage behind and underneath. Settee makes into a berth with lee cloth. The mahogany table is small to permit easy seating, as well as an extended section with insert to convert to a full table. Above the settee seat backs are lockers with doors for storage, TV cabinet (no TV installed) and liquor locker. To starboard are two leather Captains chairs which swivel and recline, with side stands, CD holder, storage cabinets, chart storage rack and bookshelves above. There are two Bose speakers and a Sony Tuner/CD player with a 10 CD Disc Changer.

To port forward of the salon is a large head with sink, storage below and above the counter, mirror, a Vacuflush electric toilet by Sealand, and a large separate shower stall with curtain. The head is a custom-built modular fiberglass unit, making it very efficient and easy to use and keep clean. The shower has a high threshold with a built-in seat, so it is easy to shower and not get any water in the rest of the head. Hot and cold water is available at both the sink and shower. The shower faucet has an FM Mattsson thermostatic/pressure balanced mixing valve, which keeps the water temperature constant while showering, and avoids the risk of intermittent hot and cold water pulses. The Vacuflush toilet is discharged into a separate holding tank, which is installed underneath the V-Berth forward. The holding tank is discharged either overboard via an electric pump installed in the head area, or via on-deck pump-out.

Across from the head to starboard are two large lockers with vented doors, one is shelved and the other is a hanging locker.

Forward of the head and lockers is the V-berth area with removable center piece, storage underneath on both sides, and storage cabinets and bookshelves above on both sides. The cabin sides are lined with varnished slating. There is a storage area with countertop, and doored storage cabinets above and below.

Just forward of the V-Berth is access to the chain locker

To port just forward of the companionway ladder is a C-shaped galley
• Custom dish cabinet complete with dishware
• Built-in microwave
• Well-insulated top loading refrigeration compartment
• Counter level storage cabinets
• Two large, deep storage bins under counter surface accessed from the top
• 9 large drawers for storage
• Double stainless-steel sinks
• Doors on both sides of galley counter for access to storage area under sinks
• Sinks have hot/cold pressure water via Shurflo pump. All water is filtered through a Shurflo filter
• Drinking water – there is a separate tap connected to a General Ecology Ultrafine water filter. In order to prolong the life of the Ultrafine filter, drinking water goes through the Shurflo filter first and then to the Ultrafine.
• Sprayer hose/nozzle at sink for rinsing dishes
• Vent hoses for water tanks are located under the sink to prevent outside contamination
• Force 10 Propane Galley Range with black glass door – 4 burner with oven and broiler
• Storage bin under galley range for pots and pans
• Bomar hatch over galley range
• Xantex Propane Control and Alarm
• 110 volt receptacle in galley
• All mahogany trim around galley was coated with epoxy before varnish to keep water from penetrating wood

Navigation Station
To starboard across from the Galley is the nav. station with Heart Interface Breaker Panel. In addition to the electronic equipment, there are:
• Compass
• Barometer
• Hella fan
• Paperwork storage rack
• 12 volt outlet
• Control for Espar heater (new Espar 2018)
• Red/white overhead light

There are two opening ports in both aft cabins, and two more on both sides of the companionway. There are hatches above the galley, above the forward end of the settee and the Captain’s chairs, in the head, and a large hatch over the V-berth. In addition, there are dorade vents above the galley and the Nav. Station, and solar vents in the shower and V-berth. There are 7 Hella two speed fans throughout the yacht in all areas. “Oceanair” Shades cover the portlights in the cabin and have reflective surfaces helping to keep the sun and heat out. There is layered foam insulation between the interior and the hull down to the waterline. Accordingly, the cabin is very well ventilated and insulated. In colder climates, cabin is heated with installed radiator/fans and Espar diesel heater.

Hull & Deck
The hull is 5086 alloy. The design is a modified fin keel with skeg hung rudder. The rudder is fiberglass with a 2-inch stainless steel rudder shaft. Teak on cockpit deck and seats, remainder of deck is painted with nonskid Awlgrip. The deck and hull were sandblasted from the waterline up and repainted with Awlgrip in 2020/21. The cockpit is spacious with 6.5’ long seats with a large lazarette aft beneath the helm seat. New cockpit cushions were made in 2021. Anchor winch (new 2021) is below decks and feeds into chain locker. The mast is keel stepped. The large hard dodger is bolted on and can be removed for shipping overland.

In 2007, the skeg shoe was removed and a new bushing installed. In December 2008, the rudder was removed and inspected, all fairing was removed and the rudder was re-glassed by Brin Wilson Yachts in New Zealand. External aluminum anodes (5) were replaced in spring 2019, shaft and prop zincs replaced twice a year or as needed. 2 coats bottom paint added spring 2021.

Deck fittings such as cleats, stanchions, etc. are polished stainless steel and insulated from direct contact with aluminum hull
Stainless steel arch mounted on stern with solar panels, radar, and GPS antenna
Double lifelines forward of boarding gates
Solid stainless tubing lifelines aft of boarding gates
Port and starboard gates
Removable boarding ladders at gates, one dock level, the other one extends into water
Cockpit fresh water faucet
Wheel steering with Ritchie pedestal mounted compass
Hull is electrically insulated

• Perkins 4.236 engine, 85 HP., fresh water cooled (new heat exchanger installed in 2007), approx. 4300 hours, in very good condition. At 1500 rpm, yacht does approx. 6 knots and burns 0.8 gallons per hour. Aluminum fuel tanks, two at 100 gallons each for total of 200 gallons. Fuel tanks were emptied and cleaned in 2021. Engine access is from both sides and forward under companionway ladder
• Hurth reverse drive transmission with double oil cooler for transmission oil and engine lube oil (new oil cooler installed in Feb 2009)
• MaxProp 3 blade folding propeller on stainless steel drive shaft
• PSS dripless shaft seal, new spring 2019
• Espar diesel heater, new 2018 – heats hot water tank and warms cabin via hot water pipe/radiator/fans in salon and head
• Spectra 380C watermaker with dual pumps, new membrane 2022
• Garmin autopilot (new October 2019) with hydraulic linear drive unit
• Dual Racor fuel filters
• Glacier Bay refrigeration with electronic control
• Two 10 lb. aluminum propane tanks in separate locker aft
• Sealand VacuFlush electric head

Electrical System
The system is isolated from the hull and there are no existing or past problems with the system to owner’s knowledge:
• 120 volt/60 cycle AC shore-power system
• 12 volt DC system
• Isolation transformer
• Heart Interface Link 2000-R system, including AC battery charger, inverter, digital battery monitor, 3 stage regulator on AC and DC charging, and DC charging system
• Dual alternators – 180 amp Lestek for cabin batteries, and 50 amp engine alternator for engine starting battery (can be combined via Blue Sea Battery Switch). [These are properly installed and have never required a belt change]
• House Batteries – 8 Lifeline 6 volt 220 amp AGM batteries, (all new 2021)
• Engine Battery – 1 Lifeline 12 volt 255 amp 8D AGM engine start battery (new 2021)
• Solar panels – 2 X 140 watt Kyocera (new 2017)
• Air Breeze wind generator (new 2008, factory rebuilt 2017)
• EVI (Heart Interface) breaker panels, dual throw breakers
• Blue Sea Battery Switches (3)
• 30 amp shore-power cord
• 12 volt outlet at chart table and in cockpit
• Aqua Signal LED navigation lights (new 2017)
• Aqua Signal LED tricolor masthead light (new 2017)
• Anchor light – LED with photocell for automatic on/off operation (new 2017)
• Steaming light

• Icom 710 SSB with A130 Tuner
• Icom M504 VHF radio with remote Command Mic III in cockpit
• Vesper Marine AIS (new 2019)
• Garmin 942XS chart-plotter (new 2019)
• Garmin Fantom 18 radar (new 2019)
• Garmin GMI 20 wind instruments (new 2019)
• Garmin GMI 20 depth sounder (new 2019)
• Garmin Reactor 40 autopilot (new 2019)
• Simrad/Robertson HLD2000 MK2 hydraulic linear drive (rebuilt 2019)
• Garmin GND 10 Black Box Bridge (new 2019)
• Pactor III modem for Sailmail and other SSB/ham functions (refurbished 2019)

Sails & Rigging
Boomerang is masthead sloop, with a removable inner stay for a storm jib and a baby stay. Her mast is fairly far forward which results in a well-balanced and very light helm in all conditions.
• Painted aluminum mast by Spar Tech, double spreader
• Navtec rod rigging (except lowers were replaced with 10mm Dyform in October 2009), all ends dyed and inspected in 2017
• Navtec hydraulic backstay tensioner (new seals 2018)
• Insulated backstay for SSB
• Selden Rodkicker Vang (new gas cylinder Mar 2008)
• Selden Furlex roller furler on forestay
• 115% genoa with Sunbrella suncover by Carol Haase/Port Townsend Sails (new 2019) in excellent condition
• Full battened mainsail by Carol Hasse/Port Townsend Sails (new 2019) in excellent condition
• Trysail by Schattauer Sails of Seattle, never used
• Storm jib, recut by Carol Hasse/Port Townsend Sails, never used
• Asymmetric cruising chute with sock, very good condition
• Mainsail cover by Schattauer Sails (new 2019)
• ATN Tacker
• Hall Spars carbon fiber spinnaker pole
• Strong Track sail track on mast
• Separate trysail track
• Folding mast steps entire length of mast
• Spinlock clutches
• Halyards all new 2017, one spinnaker, two main, two jib, one staysail, one topping lift
• Dyneema running backstays (new 2019)
• Genoa winches are Andersen 58ST 2-speed stainless steel
• 2 Lewmar 44 secondary winches (one electric)
• Most blocks are Harken Big Boat Roller Bearing Airblocks
• Mainsheet winch is electric Lewmar, mounted next to helm, and can also be used with clutches on furling drum line for genoa. Makes for easy single-handing.
• Halyard winch (mast mounted) and winch for reef lines are Lewmars. All winches are two speed
• Aries Self Steering gear (new 2007).

Ground Tackle
• Dual bow rollers on custom platform
• Primary anchor is 33 Kg (73 lb.) Rocna from New Zealand (new Mar 2009), on 300 feet of 5/16” G3 hi-tensile chain, new 2016
• Secondary anchor is 45 lb. Delta with 50 feet of 3/8” chain and 225 feet of ¾ inch nylon rode
• Fortress FX37 stern anchor
• Muir Storm 2200 electric windlass (new 2021) with handheld control
• Deck washdown pump outlet in windlass locker

Safety/ Additional Information
• CrewSaver 6 man liferaft, deck mounted hard canister, new 2019
• Achilles 9 ft aluminum RIB inflatable dinghy (new 2018)
• Yamaha 2 stroke 8 hp outboard motor (runs great)
• Fire extinguishers
• Tools
• Lots of spare parts, pumps, filters, nuts, bolts, electrical connectors, etc.
• Jacklines
• Lifesling 2 overboard ring
• Bimini, side and rear curtains for cockpit (Stamoid 2009 New Zealand)
• Cockpit cushions (new 2021)
• Polk Cockpit speakers installed under hard dodger
• Companionway doors – removable and can be installed in place of standard boards
• Galleyware, pots, pans, utensils
• Magma kettle propane grill

Recent Updates
• 2016
Anchor chain new 2016

• 2017
AirX wind generator factory rebuilt 2017

• 2018
Mast removed, rigging dyed and inspected, new halyards 2018
New Aqua Signal masthead tri-color LED light w/ strobe 2018
New halyards 2018
New Espar heater 2018

• 2019
Liferaft new 2019
Mainsail cover new 2019
Garmin GPS/radar/autopilot/wind instruments new 2019
Vector AIS new 2019
New Aqua Signal LED running lights 2019
New jib sheets 2019
New dyneema running backstays 2019
New Hasse 115% genoa (built 2018, first used 2019)
New Hasse full battened mainsail (built 2018, first used 2019)
New steering chain and cable 2019

• 2020
Hull and deck sandblasted and painted 2020/21

• 2021
Windlass new 2021
Sunbrella hatch covers new 2021
Sunbrella cockpit cushions new 2021
New Lifeline house and start batteries 2021

Electrical Equipment
Shore Power Inlet – ✓
Inverter – Heart Interface

Depthsounder – Garmin GMI 20
Radar – Garmin Fantom 18
Wind Speed and Direction – Garmin GMI 20
Plotter – Garmin 942XS
Autopilot – Garmin Reactor 40 W/Simrad/Robertson HLD2000 MkII, Hydraulic Linear Drive
Compass – ✓
CD Player – Sony W/10 CD Changer
GPS – With Plotter
Cockpit Speakers – Bose In The Salon & Polk In The Cockpit
VHF – Icom M504 With Remote Command Mic III In Cockpit

Inside Equipment
Electric Bilge Pump – 2 Electric Pumps
Oven – Force 10 Propane, 4 Burners With Oven & Broiler
Manual Bilge Pump – Whale Gusher
Microwave Oven – Built In
Electric Head – Vacuflush By Sealand
Heating – Espar Diesel Heater
Hot Water – Uses The Espar Diesel Heater
Refrigerator – Glacier Bay Top Loading
Fresh Water Maker – Spectra 380C (New Membrane 2022)
Battery Charger – Heart Interface Link 2000

Outside Equipment
Teak Cockpit – ✓
Outboard Engine Brackets – ✓
Davit(s) – Outboard Motor Single Davit
Wind Generator – Air Breeze
Tender – Achilles 9′ Aluminum RIB W/Yamaha 2 Stroke 8 HP
Solar Panel – 2 X 140 Watt
Liferaft – CrewSaver, 6 Person Deck Mounted In A Hard Case (2019)

Steering Wheel – ✓
Electric Winch – Single For Main Sheet & Furler
Spinnaker Pole – Hall Spars Carbon Fiber

Fully Battened Mainsail – Carol Haase/Port Townsend Sails – Excellent Condition (2019)
Storm Jib – Recut By Haase Sails – Never Used
Asymmetric Spinnaker – Cruising Chute With Sock

Engine Make – Perkins
Engine Model – 4.236
Engine Year – 1999
Total Power – 85hp
Engine Hours – 4300
Engine Type – Inboard
Drive Type – V-Drive
Fuel Type – Diesel
Propeller Type – 3 Blade, feathering prop.
Propeller Material – Bronze

Speed & Distance
Cruising Speed – 6kn
Max Speed – 7.5kn
Range – 1300nm

Length Overall – 46ft
Max Bridge Clearance – 69ft
Max Draft – 7.42ft
Beam – 12.83ft
Cabin Headroom – 6.42ft

Windlass – Electric Windlass
Liferaft Capacity – 6
Electrical Circuit – 12V

Fresh Water Tank – 200 Gal (Aluminum)
Fuel Tank – 2 X 100 Gal (Aluminum)
Holding Tank – 1 X 30 Gal (Plastic)

Single Berths – 1
Double Berths – 2
Cabins – 2
Heads – 1

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.