BOAT SHOW SPECIAL !!!!
JUST IN TIME FOR THE MIAMI SAILBOAT SHOW, OWNERS HAVE DRASTICALLY REDUCED THE PRICE OF THIS BOAT BY $12,000 !!!
BRING YOUR OFFERS...OWNERS WANT THIS BOAT SOLD!!!!!
FINALLY, a LATE MODEL VALIANT 40’ has come on the market for all of the cruisers who realize the GREAT VALUE of a seriously equipped for long distance cruising, used VALIANT 40 and the economics of the market today! WHY BUY A NEW VALIANT, when a yacht such as “FOGGY MOUNTAIN” is available TODAY at a cost WELL BELOW a new Valiant 40! SHE BOASTS A Classic Valiant Pedigree, a pedigree of WORLD CRUISERS, matched by none, in a timeless sailing design.
ONLY TWO OWNERS AND BEST OF ALL….”FOGGY MOUNTAIN” IS A POST BLISTER ERA BOAT!!!!!!!!!!!!! ONE OF THE LAST NORTH WEST BUILT BOATS – NO BLISTERS - AND….IT’S ABSOLUTELY LOADED AND READY FOR HER NEXT CRUISING ADVENTURE!!!
The Valiant 40 is a wonderful and safe liveaboard sailing yacht, powerful, fast and comfortable for the single-hander or an entire cruising family.
The first owner essentially used her as a “day boat, week-ender” and finally she has been a live aboard home for her current owners. She has cruised the Caribbean on two occasions occasional passages up and down the East Coast.
“FOGGY MOUNTAIN” is set up for comfortable life aboard as well as serious offshore passagemaking. “FOGGY MOUNTAIN” is available immediately and there is none finer equipped, in her league!!! SHE IS LOCATED IN FLORIDA.
“FOGGY MOUNTAIN” is a perfect example of a classic Perry offshore designed Valiant 40’s to come on the market. Her classic lines incorporate a tumble home stern, bulwarks, dorades, opening ports, oversize rod rigging and quality construction. The Valiant 40 is a modern classic. Performance has become synonymous with Valiant and is in no small way, responsible for its success. Sail Magazine selected the Valiant 40 as the “Offshore Cruiser of the Decade.” As a modern classic, “FOGGY MOUNTAIN��� is one of the rare, POST BLISTER ERA built Valiant 40’s to come on the market. She has 8 opening ports all with screens, and 4 deck hatches.
She is a modern version of the famous “traditional layout” Valiant 40’ which has taken more sailors on circumnavigations, than any other production yacht.
IN THE OWNERS WORDS:
When we bought "Foggy Mountain" in 1991 we were “all in”, having to sell our house to buy her. We lived aboard “Foggy Mountain” starting in June of 1991 at East Passage Yachting Center in Portsmouth, RI. We lived aboard her year round, dealing with the New England winters was particularly trying with icy bilge water, and snow covered decks and slippery docks. But all of these trials served as motivation for us to reach for our ultimate goal, the goal of many cruising sailors, to sail off to the tropics. Until 1995 we learned how to sail "Foggy Mountain" by sailing somewhere whenever weather permitted. We loved cruising on "Foggy Mountain" as she always took care of us no matter what weather was thrown at us. In 1995 we decided to put all the prior years of practice to the test and made our first offshore passage by sailing from Portsmouth, RI to Bermuda on our 18 day June/July vacation. The trip to Bermuda was a wonderful five day passage with the Monitor wind vane steering the whole way. The island was beautiful but on the way home we really learned how great "Foggy Mountain" is, as she demonstrated her abilities to us while we beat into gale force winds for a 36 hour period in the middle of the passage. She is truly a great boat at sea. We were bitten by the cruising bug and the desire to sail off to the tropics was stronger than ever. By November of 1999 our cruising kitty was sufficient so we quit our jobs and headed of Portsmouth, RI bound for the tropics. The rest of our our adventures with "Foggy Mountain" can be found in our blog which can be accessed with a Google search using the following keywords - sailblogs foggy mountain.
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With over 6’4” of headroom, “FOGGY MOUNTAIN” is highly customized and styled with the heritage of the finest features found in the most sought after yachting accommodations; bright, well ventilated and finished in furniture quality teak. She was built with the much sought after, traditional Side Entry deck design, three cabin layout with Captain’s quarters in the port double quarter berth.
The overhead is drop-down Formica panels with teak battens for ease of equipment installation and inspection of below deck fittings. She features private accommodations for two couples in separate cabins, plus settee berths and a port side pilot berth for additional guests or passage making. There is a large comfortable private stateroom forward with a large queen sized V-berth with large hatch for light and ventilation. There is ample storage under the berth and hanging lockers with shelving, and shelf top storage to port and starboard above the berth. Aft and to port of the V-Berth, you will find a large head with SEPARATE SHOWER STALL, one of the most sought after head designs.
There is hot and cold pressure water, opening ports and dorade for excellent ventilation in the head. You will note that everywhere you look, on deck and below, the owner has carefully maintained this beautiful yacht.
OWNERS DESCRIPTION OF THE MAIN SALOON:
Custom built fixed table attached to mast and forward bulkhead w/folding leaf to accommodate those sitting on the starboard side settee. SONY TV mounted to forward bulkhead, with Bose system secured on cushion of pilot berth on port side. Curtains enclosing pilot berth. Book case, small locker and a drawer are above and behind starboard settee. Curtain between nav station and starboard settee berth which allows off watch to sleep while someone works at the nav station. Lee cloth secured under starboard settee complete with lines to deploy it for use. Padeyes secured to overhead for attaching lines to deploy lee cloth. Vinyl cover around mast matches the vinyl on the salon cushions. Sunbrella cushion covers to protect cushion while at sea. ( covers stored under cushions when not in use.) Refrigeration system mounted in port side aft locker behind settee back cushion. Storage lockers behind all other settee back cushions. Kerosene trawler lamp over table that is secured to table to prevent it from swinging. Under the two forward most removable floor boards shelves have been installed above the bilge area of the keel. While these shelves are technically in the bilge that have proven to be dry storage for heavier food items like canned goods and bottled water/soda. On the side of the hull above the pilot berth are net storage bags. Above each settee cushion is a 12 volt fan.
OWNERS DESCRIPTION OF THE AFT STATEROOM:
The bunk has a queen size Tempurpedic mattress. Above each sleeping position is an LED reading light and a 3-speed 12v fan. Along the hull on the outboard side of the bunk are net bags that work well for storing all sorts of small items. In the bulkhead on the inboard side of the bunk is a removable panel that allows access to the port side of the engine. Also on this bulkhead there is a carbon dioxide detector & a circuit breaker. The circuit breaker allows the occupant of the bunk to turn on the boat's electronic instruments without leaving the bunk. Above the bunk are one digital and two analog B&G instruments. The analogs are for wind speed and direction. The digital can display information of the operator's choice. These instrument displays have come in handy in two situations, one a person can check wind conditions at night when things change and secondly they give information to the off watch person without having to leave the comfort of the Tempurpedic mattress. Regarding the mattress, we have found that at sea the Temperpedic material assists greatly in dampening a body's tendency to roll around when a person is trying to sleep on long ocean passages. Underneath the bunk are three compartments, the forward one is storage, the middle one is the house battery compartment and the aft compartment contains the hot water heater, Spectra Clark pump/membrane assembly, the Shurflo freshwater pressure pump and accumulator for the pressure water system. It should be noted that all of these top loading compartments are secured closed with slide bolt latches. To access these compartments you have to lift the mattress to allow longer periods of access there are webbing straps that are pulled up and secured to a cleat on the inboard bulkhead. Doing this holds the mattress to perform things like check the water level in the batteries. Below the bunk are two small doors that allow access to the controls and pump for the water maker. On the forward bulkhead is a mirror, the ship's bell, a hand bearing compass and a fold down writing desk. Below the writing desk is a bungee cord with a hook. This bungee cord/pad eye arrangement is used to secure the companionway steps when they have been removed to access the engine room. Facing aft in the stateroom you will see a seat that can be disassembled to allow engine transmission and V-Drive access. Above the seat on the inboard bulkhead are the main switches for the house and engine start batteries. Above the main battery switches are the Ample Power 165 amp alternator regulator, the Solar Boost 3024i controller for solar panel charging of the house batteries and a fuse panel for solar panels. The solar array is made up of three 80 Watt and two 85 Watt panels. The Solar Boost 3024i has a switch on the right hand side that controls cooling fans that are installed in the house battery compartment which vents outside the boat. When the switch is on the fans run continuously (used when at the dock with shore power) when the switch is off the fans will run under two different battery charging conditions. 1. When the engine is running and 2. when the engine is not running but the Solar Boost has reached a certain battery charge level. Above the Solar Boost on the bulkhead is the ACR EPIRB which has a wire running to it, the wire feeds the EPIRB GPS location data when any of the GPSs are turned on. Just above, the previously mentioned, seat cushion on the aft bulkhead from right to left are the pull switch for the saltwater washdown pump, anchor windlass circuit breaker, 12v outlet to plug to power the Surface Dive air compressor, a 12v cigarette outlet and the main circuit breaker for the refrigeration system. Above those items is the door for a locker with two shelves inside. Above that locker is the remote display panel for the Mastervolt battery charger. Above that display panel is another door that provides access to the back side of the cockpit mounted instruments and a small storage area. Installed in the door itself are the primary displays used for monitoring the boat's 12 volt system. The following displays are mounted here: Mastervolt BTM-III battery monitoring unit, Blue Sea Systems 8428 DC Multimeter that displays voltage and current reading from the 165 amp House Battery charging alternator, the Solar Boost Remote monitoring panel for monitoring solar panel charging and a House battery box temperature display that has one sensor near battery #1 and one near battery #2.
OWNERS DESCRIPTION OF THE HEAD:
As mentioned previously the head has a separate shower in which there is a SS tube just below the overhead for hanging clothing hangers on. this has worked well for hanging wet or damp items for drying. The shower has a seat incorporated into the fiberglass that makes up the shower bulkheads. There is also a light in the shower stall. The toilet is a manually operated Raritan. behind the toilet is a drop down compartment door that reveals a decent sized compartment that goes all the way out to the hull. Next to the toilet is a door less compartment that provides access to thru hull vales and serves as storage for cleaning supplies and the toilet paper holder is installed on one wall of this compartment. The head's sink is installed in the counter above and behind the toilet. The sink has a Grohe fixture that is operated with a single handle. Above the sink there is a door that was added to access previously wasted storage space, it's a great place to store extra rolls of paper towels. To the left of the sink, above the counter, behind the toilet are two doors that allow access to two storage shelves. Attached to the overhead is an Alpenglow fluorescent/LED red light that has a toggle switch on its side. the toggle switch turns a light on in the shower's overhead. Also in the overhead of the head is a deck prism and a Vetus SS mushroom vent. the vent can be open and closed from the inside or on deck. Also attached to the overhead is a 12 volt 2 speed fan. In the side of the cabin house in the head is an opening port. Secured to the aft bulkhead is a hand hold. Also net storage bags are attached to the aft bulkhead, these have been handy for storing oft used small items.
MISC: LAYOUT DESCRIPTION:
The companionway steps have on-skid material on their tops and the non-skid has yellow reflector strips along the front edge making for fewer slips at night. In the cockpit the control for the Monitor wind vane steering system has been lead forward to near the companionway entrance at the bridge deck. This allows the person on watch to adjust the vane without having to leave the cover of the Dodger. the Dodger, Bimini, connecter between them and the dinghy cover are made of Stamoid which is, quite durable, vinyl covered sailcloth. The mainsheet track is Harken roller bearing type. The Genoa tracks are Harken roller bearing type where the fore and aft adjustment of the Genoa car is done with a line that is led to the cockpit. All halyards and sheets are also led to the cockpit. The boat's VHF radio has a remote mike in the cockpit. There are several thru bolted pad eyes installed on the caprail to facilitate various sheeting angles. There are thru bolted pad eyes in the cockpit used for the attachment of safety harnesses. Also there are two pad eyes towards the aft end of the cockpit installed in the side of the coaming. These pad eyes are used to connect blocks that allow running the Monitor wind vane lines to the Emergency Tiller in the event of wheel steering failure. Note the Emergency Tiller has been modified for attachment of the steering lines. The inside of the cockpit coaming has various sized bags attached to it to organize all of the lines. The V-Berth has a 7" thick foam mattress instead of the commonly standard 3-4" foam cushion. We will include Excel spreadsheets where we have recorded historical information on the refrigeration system monthly runtime averages and house battery water usage. Additionally we will provide an Excel spreadsheet file which documents all spares, sail inventory and their location
OWNERS DESCRIPTION OF THE GALLEY:
The stove/oven is a Force 10 SS unit that uses Propane. there is a valve below the oven that turns the Propane on/off. Aswell as an electrical control panel above and to the left of the stove which operates the solenoid located in the Propane tank compartment at the aft end of the cockpit. Under the stove is a drop down door to access a small compartment. Forward of the stove is the counter that houses the top loading refrigerator and freezer boxes (the refrigerator is outboard and the freezer inboard). The top cover insulation was improved by installing Glacier Bay vacuum insulation panels. The refrigerator is 5.5 cu. ft. and the freezer is 4.3 cu. ft. On the counter outboard of the refrigerator access is a series of shelves that are designed to hold different sized plates and bowls. Above and to the right of the plate and bowl caddy are the refrigeration thermostats and the refrigeration's hour meter. Aft of the stove is a large top loading dry locker. Above and outboard of the stove is a compartment that is accessed thru two sliding doors. The aft compartment has one shelf and the forward compartment has two shelves. In the forward compartment the bottom shelf has holes that allow the insertion of wood dowels. These dowels can be placed to prevent items like pots and pans from sliding around. Aft of the stove, in the U-shaped galley is the double sink (one deep sink and one shallower) the sinks ware part of a SS counter top around rhem similar to what you typically find in a professional kitchen. the faucet in the galley is a Grohe unit that is operated with one handle and has a nozzle with a spray option that can be pulled out to allow spraying dishes. Also at the sink is the tube from the salt water foot pump, this tube also carries the output of the water maker which allows you to test the water before flipping the valve under the sink to allow the water maker's output to go to the port water tank. On the bulkhead below the sink are the Spectra water maker gauges and hour meter for the water maker. Below the gauges are two doors that access a large locker with two shelves. On the backside of the doors are holders for cooking pot covers. To the left of the sink below the counter are one small drawer and three larger ones. Above the sink are two doors that provide access to two compartments, the inboard one has two shelves and the outboard one has one shelf. On the bulkhead below the cabinets and above the sink there are one cup holder unit and one glass holder unit. On the bulkhead above the dry locker is a spice rack and a paper towel holder. In front of the stove there is a SS safety tube with integrated places to connect a safety strap. There are two other pad eyes located strategically in the galley to allow a person to safely work in different position other than right in front of the stove
Cream Color Formica Counter Tops
2-Cabinets Above Sink
1-Cabinet Below Sink
2-Cabinets Behind Sliding Doors Outboard Of Stove
1-Cabinet Below Stove
W/Oven and Broiler
Solenoid Shut Off
Safety Strap for Offshore Galley Work
Pot and Pan Storage Under Stove
6 Gallon Hot Water Tank
1 Deep Stainless Steel Sink & 1 Shallow S.S. Sink
Custom S.S. Countertop Around Sinks
Mixing Style Faucets in Galley & Head
Fresh Water Foot Pump
Salt Water Foot Pump
Water Filter System
6 Gallon Per Hour Watermaker
Hot & Cold Pressure Water
3- Overhead Galley Lights
Large Opening Hatch Overhead
Outboard Port Over Stove
Teak Paper Towl Holder
Teak Cup Holder
Dish Storage Rack
Seafrost DC-5000 12V Compressor & Condenser New-2016
Glacier Bay Holding Plates-1 in Frig, 2 in Freezer
Glacier Bay Vacuum Panel Insulation In Freezer & Frig Lid
OWNERS DESCRIPTION OF ELECTRONICS & THE NAV STATION:
Above the nav table there is a custom shelf that holds the ICOM-710 SSB and storage for manual and other small items, secured under the shelf are the Furuno radar display and Furuno GP-32 GPS unit along with a Aqua Signal fluorescent white light. Along the bulkhead in front of the nav table there are two B&G digital displays, a Furuno GP-30 GPS unit, the recording barometer, radar detector control and an adjustable shelf that securely holds a laptop for use while underway (the shelf swivels and locks out over the table for use underway and then locked out of the way for chart work), outboard of the nav table is a small shelf where the ICOM M604 VHF is secured along with the Bose amplifier that drives the speakers in the aft stateroom and/or the cockpit speakers (near the amplifier is a rotary switch that allows the selection cockpit speakers only, aft cabin speakers only or both it should be noted that these speakers are only operational if the Bose amplifier is powered on.). Above the aforementioned shelf is another shelf where the Pactor modem Edgeport Mux, USB Hub, Iridium Sat Phone and SeaCAS AIS receiver are secured. Above the shelf forward in the Datamarine depthsounder display and a water temp display. It should be noted that the B&G instruments also have a water temp sensor housed in the knotmeter transducer. Above the chart table is a red LED light on the end of an adjustable neck. Next to the nav seat is the electrical panel below which is another small compartment/shelf that has served well as a place to logs, books and various other items. On the bulkhead behind the nav seat is a cushion above which is the control panel for the Trace Inverter, engine start switches, engine gauges, a Blue Sea Systems digital volt/amp display for the inverter and the alarm for high water in the bilge. The nav table top lifts up to access storage under. Below the nav table the Trimble INMARSAT-C receiver is secured to the bulkhead along with two Halotron hand held fire extinguishers for putting out electrical fires. Also under the nav table outboard is an additional storage compartment to storing infrequently used items. There is also a shelf locker under the nav table containing two shelves that is quite large. Under the nav seat cushion there is a top access compartment that houses the Jabsco bilge pump and filter. This compartment has also served as a good place to store cleaning supplies. In the overhead above the nav station is the air inlet from the Dorade vent. Further ventilation is provided by an opening port in the side of the cabin house above the nav table.
Alpha Spectra Autopilot (’99)
Furuno Model #1832 Radar (’98)
Furuno (2-Hardwire) GPS30 & GPS 32 (’98 & ’07)
B & G H1000 Wind Speed/Directions (’03)
B & G H1000 Depth Sounder (’03)
Data Marine 3000 Depth Sounder
B & G H1000 Knot/Log (’03)
Ritchie 5” –SP5 Compass Mounted on Pedestal
Bitstorm Bad Boy External WiFi W/Internal Access Point (’10)
ICOM IC-M710 (’99)
Uniflite Installed Hull S.S.B. Counterpoise
Bose Lifestyle 18 III Stereo (’08)
Bose Surround Sound in Main Saloon & 2 In Master Stateroom (’08)
Bose 130 Outdoor Speakers (’08)
Sony Bravia M/N KDL26S3000 26” LCD/HD TV (’07)
Cable TV & Telephone Hookup (’91)
ICOM IC-M604 VHF W/Cockpit Remote Mic (’11)
Monitor Wind Vane (’82)
Fourwinds, Red Baron Brushless Generator Wind Generator (’06)
Iridium Satellite Phone
SeaCas AIS Receiver
Meteoliner Recording Barometer
PC Collision Avoidance Radar Detector
MOxa Wireless Server
Bitstorm Badboy WiFi Interface
Trimble IMARSAT-C Receiver
Bose Lifestyle SA-2 Stereo Amplifier (Feeds Master Stateroom & Cockpit Stereo Speakers & Hoistable External TV Antenna
One AC Outlet is located on the starboard side of the companionway. This outlet has a breaker near it and is connected directly to the inverter. It was installed to be used when the boat is on the hard in a country that does not have 120V 60Hz power to run our power tools. The battery charger will run on virtually any power source so it would charge the batteries while the inverter would power our power tools. At the aft end, the deepest point in the bilge, there is a float switch for the bilge pump and a float switch for a high water alarm. The bilge pump is located under the nav station seat and the bilge alarm is on the bulkhead behind the nav station seat.
4 – 6-Volt Rolls Lead-Acid Batteries, Configured for 2 – 12-Volt House Batteries @305 AH Each, & 1 – 12-Volt Optima D31-M 75 AH AGM Engine Start Battery, (All New 2017)
Matervolt BRM-III Battery Monitoring System
True Sinewave,Trace Inverter - #SW2512MC Installed 2003
2-Alpenglow Fluorescent Overhead lights W/Red LED & 1-LED Reading Light in Galley
1-Alpenglow Fluorescent W/Red LED @ Base of Companionway Steps
1-Alpenglow Fluorescent W/Red LED In Head
1-Aqua Signal Fluorescent & 2-LED Reading Lights in Aft Stateroom
1-Aqua Signal Fluorescent In Hallway Next To Head
1-Incandescent Light & 1 Fluorescent Light In Engine Room
Various Battery Powered LED Puck Lights In Lockers
2-Battery Operated Puck Lights In Pilot Berth
2-Incandescent Reading Lights In V-Berth
1-50’ Shore Power Cord (2017)
1-50’ Cable TV Cord (2017)
The topsides of “FOGGY MOUNTAIN” features a large unobstructed deck and cabin top. Safe and secure deck work is ensured with raised bulwarks, heavy stanchion bases with double lifelines and full length teak handrails on the coachroof. The large and comfortable cockpit is self bailing with oversized scuppers, designed for safety and comfort in heavy weather sailing. Excellent visibility from all positions is consistent with the proven offshore features and capabilities that the sailing world has come to know as “generic” to a Valiant yacht.
The mast is keel stepped, hull color is white and the whale stripe is a deep rich blue and boot stripe is red. The Dodger is White Stamoid (Note: Stamoid is Vinyl covered sailcloth), that has hand rails and solar panel attachments incorporated into the dodger’s frame. The dodger also has covers to put over the windows, side windows have zipper for removal and the front window has a zipper to allow the front window to be rolled up for more air flow.
The Bimini is white Stamoid with a frame work that holds three solar panels. Additional bracing of the frame is incorporated to eliminate movement of the frame at sea. Also the cross member support for the frame can be removed by taking out two screws. It’s removal opens up the cockpit if so desired, but we have found that the cross member has come in very handy as a hand-hold, while at sea. The bimini frame is attached to the stern pulpit and has never moved at sea, not even during our 13 day beat from Florida to Antigua!!
Keel Stepped Mast
Tapered Mast W/ Internal Halyards
Rod Rigging (’10)
All Deck Fittings Are S.S.
Quick Release Inner Forestay
Port & Starboard Gates
Offset Custom Double S.S. Bow Anchor Roller Assembly, W/3/8” Stainless Steel Plate
White Sunbrella Bimini
White Sunbrella Dodger
White Dinghy Cover
All Deck Fittings are S.S.
Quick Release Inner Forestay
Windlass Controls at Both Bow & Cockpit
1-35# Rocna Primary Anchor On Anchor Roller W/350’ 5/16” High Test Chain
1-35# Spade Anchor
300’ Spare Anchor Rode (15’ Chain + ¾” 3-Strand Nylon Line)
Anchor Snubber is S.S. Hook & ¾” 3-Strand Nylon Line
Double Anchor Roller
Teak Drink Holder
Teak Hand Rails
Teak Cap Rail
Teak Cockpit Trim
Teak Toe Rail
4-Bomar Aluminum Opening Deck Hatches W/Hatch Covers
8-Bomar Aluminum Opening, Ports W/Screens
1-Nico Fico Dorade Above Nav Station
1-Vetus S.S. Mushroom Ven In Head
1-Vetus S.S. Mushroom Vent In V-Berth
Various Spare Lines
5-Fenders W/Fender Covers
1-S.S. Folding Swim Ladder
Manual Bilge Pump In Cockpit
2-20# Aluminum Propane Tanks
32” S.S. Destroyer Type Wheel
Emergency Steering Tiller
1-Cockpit Fire Extinguisher
1-Companionway Fire Extinguisher
1-Galley Fire Extinguisher
2- Nav Station Fire Extinguishers
1-V-Berth Fire Extinguisher
1-Halon System in Eng. Room
6-Person Givens “Life Buoy” Liferaft (’90) Mounted Forward Of The Mast
LED Nav Lights
LED Anchor Light
LED Stobe Light
4-Person AB Dinghy Model 290AL (’02)
15 HP Honda Model BF15D3SHA (’03)
Global Fix Pro 406 MHZ GPS
Oversized Cockpit Scuppers
Spartech Keel Stepped Tapered Mast
Navtech Hydraulic Insulated Backstay Adjuster W/Added Turnbuckle To Allow Adjustment In Event Of A Hydraulic Failure
Navten Hydraulic Boom Vanx
Furlex Manual Rollerfurler (’08)
North Fully Battened W/3-Reef Points, Main Sail
130% North Sail Genoa
90% Sailrite Kit Jib
North Sails Star Cut Spinnaker
North Sails Staysail
North Sails Yankee
North Sails Storm Staysail
Halyards Led Aft To Cockpit Rope Clutches
Navy Blue Mainsail Cover
Roller Furling Covers On Jibs
Sail Bags For All Sails
Spinnaker Track on Mast
Rod Rigging Replaced 2009
Removable Inner Forestay
Spinnaker Pole Topping Lift & Downhaul
Adjustable Length Whisker Pole
Reaching Strut J24 Spinnaker Pole For Hoisting Dinghy Onto Deck
Dutchman Boom Brake
1-#40 ST Andersen Halyard Winch On Cabin House In Cockpit
2-#32 ST Barient Primaries On Cockpit Coaming
2-#28 ST Barient Secondaries On Cockpit Coaming
2-#22 Barient Staysail Sheet Winches On Cabin house In Cockpit
1-#23 Barient Mainsheet Winch On Cabin House In Cockpit
1-#21 Barient Reef Winch On Cabin House In Cockpit
Stoppers For All Cabin House Cockpit Winches
2-Barient Locking Winch Handles
1-Barient Non0locking Winch Handle
Dinghy Cradle To Secure Dinghy In Front Of Mast
Perkins 4-108 48HP W/3,138 Eng. Hrs.
Borg Warner Hydraulic Transmission
Electric Emergency Fuel Shut Off
70 Gallon Fuel Tank In 3-1/4” Aluminum Tanks
Fuel Gauge @Nav Station
180 Gallons Fresh Water In S.S. Tanks
Fresh Water Cooling System
1 - 3-Blade Max Prop VP W/Adjustable Pitch
1 - 2-Blade Fixed Prop
1 – 3-Blade Max Prop, Reconditioned Spare 1/4" S.S. Shaft
1 – Filter Boss, Incorporates 2-Racor Filters & Allows Manual Switching Of Filters In Case Of Filter Clogging & (1) Final Filter On Engine. Filter Boss Has Elec.Fuel Pump To Fuel Polishing & Bleeding System
Fuel Polishing System
Groco Bronze Raw Water Sea Strainer
1-Standard Alternator Charges Eng. Start Battery Only
1-Ample Power 165 Amp Charges House Batter Bank Only
Start Battery Alternator Has Integral Regulator
House Battery Alternator Has External Ample Power Regulator
Ample Power Regulator In Locker Under Nav Table
Fridgidaire 10,000 BTU Window AC Unit, Setup In Galley Hatch For Dock Side Usage Only
Webasto Forced Hot Water System Auxiliary Heat
1-Jabsco Electric Bilge Pump Under Nav Seat
1-Bilge Pump Under Cabin Sole
1-Whale Bilge Pump In Cockpit.
Raritan PH-II Manual Head W/”Y” Valve
10-Gallons Holding Tank
Fourwinds Red Baron Brushless Wind Generator
Spectra 6 GPH Watermaker
Dive Compressor Unit W/Hose & Accumulator For Diving On The Bottom Of The Boat
Full spare parts kit for Mointor Wind Vane, Engine spares kit, Head rebuild kit, filters for Spectra watermaker, pump head for Spectra, plumbing fittings too numerous to mention, outboard motor lift harness, outboard motor spres include: raw water rebuild kit, raw water pump, carburetor w/gaskets, O-ring oil drain seals & emergency stop switch, pro-puller, Ample Power SAR-V3 regulator for house batteries 165 Amp alternator (fully functional) outboard spark plugs, Bosun's chair, Prop zinc, hull zincs & prop shaft zincs. The above are just the highlights as there are too many spares to detail here our spares inventory will be furnished in a separate document.
OWNERS MISC. COMMENTS:
One of the "one of a kind" features of "Foggy Mountain" is the engine room, as it has a work bench with a full size vise bolted to it. Above and below the bench top are various storage cabinets and drawers. On the cabinet face above the work bench are several plastic bottles attached to a peg board, these bottles are filled with various screws, nuts bolts and washers for ready access during projects. To facilitate working at the bench (or on the engine) there is a stool secured to the hull between the bench and the engine. These are features seldom found in a 40 foot boat. Another of these one of a kind features is the dinghy cradle mounted on the cabin house forward of the mast. The dinghy's outboard lies inside the dinghy secured to the deck of the aluminum hard bottomed AB inflatable. There is a dinghy cover (made of Stamoid Note: Stamoid is vinyl covered sailcloth) secured around and over the dinghy that protects all contents. Using this method of securing the dinghy frees up valuable space elsewhere on the boat. The dinghy configuration has proven it worth as it has securely held the dinghy in place thru 10 multi-day offshore passages of which three were in gale force conditions.__(Note: "Foggy Mountain's" most recent offshore passages are documented on Sailblogs.com) Also launching /retrieval of the dinghy is made easier by the use of a J24 spinnaker pole to hold the dinghy away from the hull during the process. Over the years many fellow cruisers have given positive comments about the launching and retrieval method
“FOGGY MOUNTAIN” is a 2-owner yacht which was custom designed and built for her owner. She is being offered by her owners who have decided to make a life-style change and have now placed this beautiful yacht on the brokerage market for her next discriminating owner. She is a rare find, crewed by experienced sailors. Manuals, warranties and original brochures aboard, will be passed on to her new owner. “FOGGY MOUNTAIN” has been thoughtfully and expertly designed by the “best in the industry”, she is truly a classic offshore yacht, waiting to be unleashed from her dock with efficient sailing characteristics, providing for speed, comfort and safety at sea. “FOGGY MOUNTAIN” looks exactly like a yacht is supposed to look and is constructed exactly as a yacht should be: the finest of her kind AND SHE’S LOADED WITH GEAR!!!!
All personal items, clothes, spices, food, silverware, glasses, mugs, pots and pans, dock lines, fenders, bedding, tools, CDs, charts, flags, carpets, books and ALL ITEMS NOT SPECIFICALLY LISTED DO NOT CONVEY UPON SALE!
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