Island Gypsy Sedan Bridge Trawler

  • 32′
  • 1982
  • $69,000
  • By Halvorsen

Just listed! Diligently maintained, high quality trawler. Always boathouse kept since new (except for the 2017 summer cruising season & shows in meticulous condition throughout.

Some features include:

  • Webasto diesel-fired hot water hydronic furnace system
  • Red dot buss heating system
  • Xantrex 2500w inverter/charger 
  • New house battery bank (May 2013 installed 6 - golf cart batteries)
  • New engine start battery September 2017
  • Alternator serviced (May 2013)
  • Standard horizon GPS chart cp300i color chart plotter
  • SI-TEX T200 radar
  • Wagner S50 autopilot
  • Lowrance x96 depth sounder / fishfinder
  • Magellan GPS
  • Icom ic-m45 vhf radio 
  • Upgraded hydraulic steering system

Many more redeeming features & equipment make this trawler truly a stand out in her class.  

Annual haul-out maintenance just completed in July 2017!

Turn-key vessel ready for cruising! 

Call or email for your appointment to view. 

  • Dimensions
  • LOA: 32 ft
  • Beam: 12 ft
  • Maximum Draft: 3 ft 8 in
  • Dry Weight: 16400 lbs
  • Hull: Fiberglass
  • Accommodations
  • Single Berths: 2
  • Heads: 1
  • Double Berths: 1
  • Cabins: 1
  • Tanks
  • Fuel: 250 gallon
  • Water: 120 gallon
  • Holding: 35 gallon
  • Engines
  • Number of Engines: 1
  • Engine Total Power: 120 hp
  • Cruising Speed: 8 kn
  • Max Speed: 10 kn
  • Engine 1:
  • Engine Brand: Ford Lehman Diesel
  • Year Build: 1982
  • Engine Model: 2725E
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 4538
  • Drive Type: Direct Drive
  • Engine Power: 120 hp


The 32 Island Gypsy is arranged in the conventional trawler manner with a single stateroom forward which has a comfortable offset double berth, settee, and spacious hanging locker. Going aft to starboard is a full head with plenty of shoulder space and a curtained shower section. The galley is up, to port, and open to the salon. It features a 3 burner propane stove/oven, overhead exhaust fan, refrigerator/freezer, adequate locker and counter space. Opposite is the lower helm with a comfortable seat and a side deck access door. In the salon there's plenty of seating for dining and entertaining. The dinette table converts from coffee table to full dimension and will drop to extend the settee for additional sleeping.

Webasto Diesel-Fired Hydronic Furnace System Plumbed Throughout

Engine Buss Heating System

Varnished Teak Parquet Flooring

Updated Salon Upholstery



  • Norcold 12VDC/120VAC Refrigerator/Freezer
  • Stainless Steel Sink
  • Hot and Cold Pressure Water
  • Plenty of Storage
  • Overhead Lighting and 120/VAC Outlet
  • Mica Counter Tops
  • Magic Chef Four Burner propane Cooktop & Oven
  • Insulated Stainless Steel Self-Draining Ice Box in Settee
  • Trash Compartment Below Galley Counter


  • Xantrex 2500W Inverter/Charger (New - Sept. 2010)
  • Xantrex Link 10 Remote Control Battery Monitor
  • 6 - Trojan T-125 Plus Deep Cycle 6V House Battery Bank (New - May 2013)
  • Alternator Serviced May 2013
  • NEXT STEP REGULATOR - Automatic Multi-Step Deep Cycle Regulator
  • 1 - 4D 1000CCA Engine Start Battery



  • Standard Horizon GPS Chart CP-300i Colour Chart Plotter
  • Magellan GPS
  • SI-TEX T200 Radar
  • Lowrance X96 Depth Sounder
  • Wagner S50 Auto Pilot
  • ICOM IC-M45 VHF Marine Radio

Ground Tackle & Deck Hardware

  • IDEAL Windlass
  • BRUCE 33LB/15KG Anchor w/250' 5/16" Chain

Recent Maintenance & Service

September 2017: replaced engine start battery

August 2017: replaced fuel filter

July 2017: annual haul out maintenance (including bottom paint, replacement of all zinc anodes (external and engine)

May 2017: new marine head and sanitation hoses


replaced holding tank vent filter

engine service including oil change, filters & oil in injector pump, serviced water filter

replaced zinc anodes (two on hull & heat exchanger)

replaced wash down pump


replaced macerator pump

annual haul out maintenance including pressure wash hull, bottom paint and zinc anode replacement


Ford Lehman: new head gasket, coolant, fuel hose, injector line (#3), rebuilt heat exchanger, machine cylinder head, new intake valves, replaced shifter circlip ring on transmission, ran up engine, checked motor and adjusted valves (All work performed by Gartside Marine in Sidney, BC)

relocate furnace fuel supply shut-off valve to meet ABYC standards.

Propane storage area vented to meet ABYC standards, replaced flex hoses, regulator, pressure gauge and propane tanks.

Replaced all 110V AC wires to meet marine requirements, all AC outlets now GFCI