Neff Yacht Sales / Used 43 foot SLOCUM 43 Cruiser Cutter Cruising Sailboat - Neva

SLOCUM 43 Cruiser Cutter


1988 • 43' (13.11 m) • Cruising Sailboat
Antigua and Barbuda

$135,000 USD

Neva has benefitted from a thorough refit from 2016-2019. Look over the photos and details closely and you will agree she is best in class.

Truly a provision and get underway blue water cruiser. You will be impressed. Enjoy her in Antigua then have the sail of a lifetime bringing her home. All for $135,000. Bargain.

Located in Antigua she can be delivered for the new owners if desired.


Vessel Information

Builder: SLOCUM
Model: 43 Cruiser Cutter
Model Year: 1988
Type: Sailboat
Category: Cruising Sailboat
Condition: Used

LOA: 43' (13.11 m)
Beam Feet: 13' (3.96 m)
Draft Feet: 0' (0.00 m)
Engine Info: 88 HP, Single, Inboard, Diesel, Yanmar
Staterooms: 2

Location: Saint John, Antigua and Barbuda
City: Saint John
Country: Antigua and Barbuda


Neva Details

DESCRIPTION Slocum 43 heavy displacement blue water cruising yacht designed by Stan Huntingford and built by Cruising Yachts

International UK flag

CONSTRUCTION GRP hull and superstructure Teak deck- replaced 2007 Long fin keel, skeg hung rudder


Length: 43.01 ft

Beam:13 ft

Max Draft: 6'10" ft

Length at Waterline: 35.5 ft

Displacement: 12.75 Tons


Number of Engines: 1

Engine Make: 1 x Yanmar

88hp Engine Model: 4JH2DTE (Completely rebuilt 2017)

Engine Control Panel in cockpit (2017)

Fuel Type: Diesel

Gearbox Completely rebuilt 2017

Shaft drive, shaft seal & cutlass bearing (2016)

Aquadrive Thrust Bearing and CV Joint Unit (2019)

Brunton Autoprop 3 blade

Cruising Speed: 7kts, Max Speed: 8kts


Fuel: 492 lts (130 gallons) in 2 s/s tanks

Fresh Water: 606 its (160 gallons) in 2 s/s tanks

Holding: Holding Tanks (2) +/-15 gallon each


12 V DC 110V / 240 V AC

8 x 6V Trojan Batteries in 2 banks (House 675 Ah and Windlass 225 Ah) (2016) 1 x 12V Engine Crank (2020)

Volt Sensing Relay with isolating / paralleling switches for house and crank batteries (2016)

DC / DC converter/ 3 stage battery charger for windlass battery (2016)

Northern lights generator 7KW (420 hours) 110V, remote control panel at chart table (2008)

5kVA Transformer 230V to 110V for 230V shore power conversion

110V & 230V shore power leads

2 x Victron Battery Monitors (Engine and Windlass) at chart table (2017)

1 x NASA BM2 Battery Monitor (House) in cockpit (2017)

80 Amp Victron True Charge Battery Charger

90 Amp Mastervolt Alternator (2009)

Mastervolt Alpha Regulator (2009)

AIMS 1000W Inverter

Draper 12V 400W 230V Inverter (2017)

2 x 270W Solar Panels with MPPT Regulator (2017)

Marine X Wind Generator with internal regulator

AC & DC Circuit Breaker Panel at Chart Table

Numerous AC and DC sockets


Hot and Cold pressurized water system, outlets in galley, heads, shower and cockpit shower

Expansion Tank (2019)

Isotemp Water Heater 110V and engine heated (2019)

Schenker 30l / hr water maker with remote control panel, 12V, 8A (79 hours) (2017)

Foot pumps in galley and heads for fresh water


8 x Mooring Cleats with Associated Fairleads

SS Pulpit SS Pushpit with Arch for solar and wind generation.

Rails continue forward of the Cockpit

Double lifelines and stanchions, P&S boarding gates

SS Crash Bars at mast

Boom Gallows

4 x SS Dorade Vents with blanking plates

6 step folding swim ladder

Dodger, bimini and boot blue Sumbrella 2016


Cutter Rig, 2 Spreader Standing rigging (2017)

Running Rigging (2016)

Kemp aluminium mast, stepped on keel

Kemp mainsail in-mast furling system

Kemp Boom

Selden Headsail furler (2017)

Selden staysail furler

Selden boom vang (2017)

Carbon fibre spinnaker pole

Telescopic Staysail Pole (2017)


Main Vectron, 3 vertical battons (2017)

Genoa Vectron 135% (2017)

Staysail Vectron (2017)

Working genoa 100% with hanks for detachable inner forestay

Spare Dacron staysail

Storm Dacron Trysail


Two Barient 32 genoa self-tailing primary winches on coamings

One Barient 22 on self-tailing winch coachroof

One Lewmar 30 on self-tailing winch coachroof

One continuous line winch for mainsail furling on coachroof

Two Lewmar 30 self-tailing winches for genoa and staysail furling lines on coamings (2019)

Two Andersen 14 ST self-tailing winches on mast (Winch sizes do not correspond between manufactures)


Deep cockpit with teak covered sole and seats

Whitlock steering system with direct cam linkage to rudder stock

2 x DC sockets

Red Lighting

Engine Control on Pedestal

BBQ on aft rail (2016)

2 x deep storage lockers

2 x cave lockers Cushions for all seats


Force 10 gas cooker with three burners, oven and grill (2018)

Dometic fridge freezer (2019)

Double s/s galley sink with fawcett (2018)

2 x fresh water foot pumps

Ample storage, spice racks etc

Microwave 110V /

Breadmaker/Toaster/Crockpot and other various galley equipment

2 x LED light strips over worktop (2017), 1 x LED overhead light

1 x 12V Fan (2016)

1 x deck hatch

1 x Smoke detector (2016) and fire blanket


Double berth, foam mattress (2016)

2 x Reading Lights LED

1 x LED Overhead Light

1 x 12V Fan (2016)

1 x deck hatch

2 x opening ports

1 x AirCon outlet (Marine Air)

Ample stowage

Book Shelves

CO detector (2016)


Sliding louver door

Converted to stowage

3 shelves for tools and safety equipment


Wet weather gear stowage


Matt Solid Teak finish

Linear Settee / Sea Berth to Port Burgundy Upholstery (2016)

"C" shaped settee to Stbd with round table and locker under (2016)

Numerous drawers, lockers and book space

LCD TV (2018)

2 x AirCon outlets (Marine Air)

Vinyl headliner with teak trim (vinyl replaced 2016)

2 x 12v Fans (2016)


One manual Jabsco head (2019)

Hand basin

Sit down shower

Ample storage

2 x Opening Ports

1 x 12V Fan

2 x LED lights,

LED strip under unit (2017)


2 x Bunk beds (top extends to form a narrow double)

Ample book shelves, drawers and lockers

Vanity table

1 x AirCon outlet

2 x opening hatches ,

1x opening port

1 x LED lights

2 x LED reading lights

1 x smoke detector (2016)

1x 12V Fan


Chart Table

Raymarine 125 Hybrid Touch MFD (2016)

Raymarine Colour HD Radar (2016)

Raymarine i60 Analogue Wind (2016)

Raymarine i50 Tridata (2016)

ICOM 802 SSB with fist mic and speaker and dedicated Garmin GPS for GMDSS Data

Pactor 4 modem (2015)

ICOM 423 VHF with DSC (remote in cockpit) and emergency aerial (all 2016)

Raymarine AIS650 Class B AIS (2016)

Raymarine VHF Splitter for FM reception (2016)

Cockpit Raymarine 125 Hybrid Touch MFD (2016)

Raymarine i70 MFD (2016)

Raymarine i70 MFD (2018)

Raymarine i70P Autopilot Control (2017)

Raymarine Autopilot (2017)

Icom Command Mic for VHF (2017)

Monitor Windvane with Raymarine Tillerpilot

Navigation Lights (switched in cockpit)

Port & Stbd LED Position Lights on Pulpit (2016)

Stern Light LED on Rear Arch (2016)

Steaming Light plus Deck Light LED on mast (2016)

Tricolour and Anchor light LED on mast (2016)


25kg Rocna main anchor with 100 metres 3/8" chain 20kg

Bruce secondary bow anchor with 10m chain and 90m rope rode (2017)

Maxwell 3500 12V windlass (2007)

Fortress FX23 kedge anchor


Zodiac Compact 310 RIB with folding transom and storage bag (2019)

Tohatsu 2 stroke 9.8HP outboard (2018)

Sea Eagle 2 man inflatable kayak (as new)

Plentiful warps and fenders

2 x Heavy duty shock mooring springs

Numerous tools and spares


3 x Automatic Fire Extinguishers in bilges

4 x Manual Fire Extinguishers in Cabins (2016)

1 x Givens 6 Man Lifraft with HRU 1 x EPIRB in HRU (2016)

1 x Comprehensive Grab Bag

Lifebuoy with LED Light (2016)

Jonbuoy (2016)

Extra Cruising Gear Included with the sale

aluminum boarding ladder

jack stays

boat hook, fog horn, winch handles, fender board

(1) folding bicycle

screens for all hatches and ports

saloon pillows

misc fishing gear

padded saloon table cover

(2) 10# propane tanks with regulator and solenoid 2019

printer with spare cartridges

micro sims with Caribbean charts

A great live aboard, blue water cruiser in excellent condition and fully equipped for blue water cruising. She has 2 circumnavigations to her credit, and we have sailed her from Turkey to the USA and the Caribbean. She has benefited from several knowledgeable owners who have maintained and updated her to a high standard.

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