Mechanical Equipment and Engine Details
Wormgear Steering system
Bilge pumps - 2 electric & 1 manual
Raw water sea strainer
Fuel shut off
Lube oil system
Fresh water cooling system
New 2015 raw water pump
New 2014 pump on head
3 blade propeller
Excellent engine access at companionway or cockpit.
Engine requires upgrades and new exhaust elbow.
Fresh water pump replaced September 2014
All seacocks are bronze, 3 known to be currently non functioning
Both fuel and water tanks are showing signs of aging exteriorly
Sails, Winches and Rigging
Main sail, battened with cover
Jib, roller furled with cover
All sails in fair condition
All lines led aft
Stern located mainsheet traveller
Winches - 2 x Barlow 25 & 2 x Barlow 16 in cockpit plus 2 x 316 16 on mast
Rigging is 15-20 years old and some requires replacement
Deck and Deck Equipment
Teak deck was redone by owner in 2013 - teak over hand laid fiberglass with all screw holes epoxy filled. Teak is 1/4 inch thick
All exterior teak brightwork requires regular upkeep. Present owner has chosen to have all wood varnished.
Anchor- CQR 35lb
Anchor - Plow with 300' chain
Anchor - Danforth with 20' chain, 250' line
Very large cockpit lazarette giving easy engine access plus storage to aft.
Double stainless steel lifelines with 2 gates
Bow sprit - with cover for teak platform, and stern push pit. Both reqiure work to bring them up to standard
'Auto Helm' Windvane available, not currently installe
Large teak box on forward deck housing propane tank
Bimini cover with windshield
Cap rail covers
Fuel and water access fill points on port side deck
Standard horizon VHF
Brenmar Auto Pilot
Garmin GPS (not installed)
Morrow S-60-E Depth Sounder
New battery charger installed November 2014
Wired for 2 banks of batteries plus a starter battery
New 2014 Alternator
220w Solar Power ( not installed)
There is full headroom throughout
The whole interior requires upgrades to cabinetry and headliners.
Forepeak cabin with a spacious double berth with reading lights and fan plus teak lockers lining both sides. Saloon style doors can be closed to give complete privacy. Large overhead hatch for light and ventilation, requires repair.
Moving aft, to port is the head with a Jabisco manual WC, a deep stainless steel sink with pressurized hot and cold water set in a vanity unit. Plenty of storage, a large mirror, towel rails, faucets ready for a shower attachment and a large teak shower mat over a drainage tray complete this good sized head. Again doors close off for complete privacy.
Opposite the head is a large hanging locker. Having suffered some water damage it does require cosmetic painting and new shelving/ ceiling
In the main salon is the dinette settee to port, the table lowers to make another double berth. Opposite is a single settee, which is also a pullman double berth, with deep storage lockers behind and below. Just aft of this settee is a huge storage locker with double louvered teak doors.
An Alder Barber large top loading fridge with freezer section is forward of the dinette.
Aft and to starboard is the navigation station. The chart table has a hinged lid and 4 storage drawers below. All in need of cosmatic upgrades
There is a good sized quarter berth behind the nav station, either a generous single or a cosy double. Lockers with sliding doors line the starboard side.
All ports are brass and full opening. They require a little attention.
Both large opening hatches require carpentry repairs
Gimballed 3 burner Princess stove with oven
Double stainless steel deep sinks with pressurized hot and cold water plus a fresh water hand pump and a sea water hand pump.
Large under sink storage locker
Deep dry goods locker or can be used as an extra ice chest
Eye level storage lockers for very easy access to tableware and stored goods. All lockers require updating and some repairs
Large preparation surfaces
Opening port for ventilation
Photographs - Current and Historical
Please note that photos 1-19 are current. They show the present condition of the boat as she sits at her dock.
Photos 20-31 (those following the engine photo) are older photos showing the condition this boat could be restored to.
On all boats the exterior brightwork requires regular sanding and varnishing to maintain its magnificent shine or alternatively can be allowed to return to its more natural teak color, with occasional applications of teak oil to maintain the wood.
Anti Foul Maintenance
Hauled out in 2009 for anti foul application
Hauled in 2004 for the bottom to be ground down and a new gel coat applied
Personal toolbox and tools
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.