Dream Keeper is a 1980s Cooper 416 pilot house sailboat. She is 42' long and 14' wide at her widest point. She is an excellent boat, ideal for cruising the beautiful Sea of Cortez.
She was made on Vancouver Island by a great Canadian boatbuilder. She is very unique and draws a lot of attention with her sexy but powerful shape.
Dream Keeper is a sturdy all-weather, blue water cruiser capable of cruising Mexico, Alaska or the far reaches of the Pacific. She is is one of the roomiest 42 feet cruisers out there right now
She went through a major refit in 2017.
Her inside helm, arch w/ davits, extensive canvas and many cruising spares make her an excellent pick for sailing off into the sunset as well as a luxury yacht home while waiting in the marina.
She has a beautiful teak interior from the times when boats still had a soul.
A full kitchen with a two burner propane stove, a fridge/freezer, a microwave, all pots and pans you can imagine, running cold/hot water.
The master cabin is at the back of the boat and has a queen size bed that comfortably sleeps two, and lots of cabinet space.
The forward v-birth cabin also has a very comfortable queen size bed that comfortably sleeps two, and also lots of cabinet space.
Two more people can sleep in the spacious salon benches.
The salon also has a huge dining table comfortably sitting six.
The bathroom is very spacious for a yacht of this size, and has running cold/hot water.