1978 Freya Freya 39 $79,995.00

Call Boat Owner Dennis 510-917-5229.

Description:Atoll is a 1978 Freya 39, hull 16,is a Halverson design,
partially built by Gannon Yachts in Petaluma Ca. and has a custom
finished interior done by myself a professional boat builder and
Owner of Dolphin Marine Services.

The original design
won the Sidney to Hobart race 3 times 1963-65.

The running rigging was
laid out and installed by myself to provide ease of handling by one
person with the primary and secondary winches, mid cockpit traveler,
vang and boom break lines easily accessed in the cockpit.

All running
rigging is situated so it can also be taken care of by the crew from
the comfort of the cockpit.

The halyards are internal exiting the mast
to turning block and winches on the deck.

This is a very
comfortablesafe location as it gets you closer to the deck in adverse
conditions I have owned and lived part time now on her for over 23
wonderful years and taken exceptional pride and care in the
maintenance and have equipped her with the best of equipment.

has a beautiful custom interior different from the rest.

The bulkheads
are of light ash with red oak custom made moldings, the cabin sole is
solid maple, the interior hull sides are made of 1-12" strip plank
white oak.

The main salon cabinets and shelving are solid red oak
using rounded corners where possible.

The ceiling is made of 1-12"
vertical grain strip plank cedar.

She has a large stand up nav.

The interior has a pleasing light bright feel as opposed to
the depressing darker interiors used on many other vessels.

She is
very comfortable to live on all year in harbor or cruising Atoll is a
documented vessel.

Below is a general description and specs.

The hull
is built of solid fiberglass 1- 12" with a insulated flush deck and
small trunk cabin with 8 port lights.

The cockpit is small as this
vessel was intended for cruising, there is teak on the cockpit seats.

She has wheel steering a Yanmar 30hp diesel engine with less than 500
hours and a new fuel tank.

She is cutter rigged with a tapered mast
detachable inner stay and tanbark sails.

She has a fairly new dodger
and lee cloths around the cockpit.

I installed a stern mount SS self
leveling radar mast to mount equipment on as well as a custom lift for
removing the outboard and mounting it on the stern rail.

39'6"——-L.W.L 33'9"——Width, 12'——-Draft, 5'5"—— Gross
weight, 23,000 lbs.——Ballast, 10,000 lbs.—— Ballast is
encapsulated no keel bolts to worry about The Freya 39 is a modern
double ender with her widest point 23 back from the bow.

This allows
her along with the way she is rigged to point higher 37- 40 degrees.

She has a modified full keel with keel hung rudder and wheel steering.


Dickinson Newport diesel wall heater

Raytheon R20x radar

Raychart 600 chart plotter

Tremble Nav trac XL GPS

Standard Trident VHF

Stainless radar/GPS mast w/self leveler & outboard lift

Outboard motor mount on stern rail

Maranetics AC/DC electrical breaker panel

Force 10 propane stove/oven

Force 10 propane BBQ

Seaward hot water heater 110v w/heater exchanger hook up option (New 201)

Xintex propane switch w/sensor

2 – lifeline 8D AGM batteries

Statpower TC40 3 bank smart battery charger

Nicro Marine red night led floor lighting

Wema-System tank level sensor for fuel/water/waste

Tecma Silence Plus electric head, new spare switch plumbed to holding tank

Standard instruments, wind speed, depth, Knot meter, repeater in nav. station

Autohelm 6000 autopilot type 2s 300 series course computer

Autohelm wind vain not mounted

Vangmaster Rigid pneumatic boom vang

Navtec hydraulic backstay adjuster

Boom break

Spinlock rope clutch 4

Technora jib & main halyard

Avon rib 310 inflatable w/ lifting rings and Nissan 8hp outboard

Barrient two speed self tailing primary wenches

Barirent secondary winches

Barrient one speeds Halyard winches mounted on deck 6 total

Harken mid cockpit traveler

Schafer SS blocks for halyards and fair leads

Norcolder 12v-110v refrigerator

Hyfield lever for staysail stay

Removable staysail stay fitting on deck staysail

Sails – Tanbark Main, 110 120 jib, 150 jib, spinnaker, drifter, spare main

New dodger with clone cover

Lee cloths, sail covers (light grey)

Spinnaker pole

Whisker pole (adjustable)

Denon am/fm/cd

CQR and Danforth ground tackle

Windless mechanical

Contact Name: Dennis
Contact Phone: 510-917-5229
Type: Sail
Year: 1978
Length: 39′ 6″
City: Berkeley
State: California
Engine: Yanmar
Engine Count: Single
Engine Hours:
Drive: IB
Horsepower: 30
Fuel: Diesel
Hull Material: Glass
Beam: 12′
Draft: 5′ 5″
Condition: Very Good
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