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Great European built "Picnic Boat" in wonderful condition! Low hours (275) and loaded with equipment. Very competitively priced-well under the new replacement cost of over 700K! The Old World craftmanship combined with superior fiberglass composite construction make her very highly respected in her class! The Hull is actually oven-cured in an enclave, utilizing epoxy resins, E-glass, carbon and kevlar. Additionally, the layout is very accomodating. There is a full bulkhead between the helm area and the cockpit, enabling security, and and air-conditioned helm area. Exquisite woodwork!
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"Sea Dude" features a surprisingly spacious layout that sleeps six (stateroom, dinette and pilothouse). Perfect for a weekend or weeklong cruise, she's quiet, smooth and fast, with a top speed of 32 knots.
Each DayTrippper is hand-built from bare hull through the last coat of varnish. Meeting ABS standards and using systems that are easily maintained in America, the result is a luxurious, dependable and stylish weekender.
The DayTripper has 6'6" of headroom througout the living areas. The interior, with its satin-finished joinery, teak & holly sole and comfortable layout, is very stylish. The overhead is white-finished planked Herreshoff-style composite. The master cabin and saloon have an 8,000 BTU air handler for heating and cooling.
The master cabin, forward, has a V-berth that becomes a spacious double with the use of an insert. Mattress is covered with Sunbrella fabric Twin cedar-lined hanging lockers and a Lewmar hatch in the overhead complete the cabin.
The dinette, to starboard, seats four people comfortably and folds down to sleep two with standard filler cushion. Cushions are covered in Sunbrella fabric.
The wet-head, to port, features a household sized Raritan Atlantes electric toilet, shower and sink with Corian countertop, towel racks and vanity mirror.
The galley, opposite the dining area, features:
The pilothouse features a factory-installed custom hard enclosure with door and sliding windows. The helm has a great line of sight and features an 8-way power Italian leather OpacMar helm seat. An L-shaped settee with teak hi-lo table is to port. Cushions are covered in Sunbrella fabric and include a filler cushion to create extra sleeping accommodations. The pilothouse has an air conditioner with a 16,000 BTU air handler and a Sony AM/FM stereo with CD-player and four speakers. New canvas covers made for aft windows.
This fully loaded DayTripper 40 powered by twin Yanmar 370 HP diesels was delivered with Hamilton Jets, bow thruster, satin cherry interior with Sunbrella fabrics and complete electronics including radar, plotter, autopilot, GPS and much more!
The fiberglass epoxy, Kevlar, Carbon Divinylcell, oven-baked hull and deck was structurally designed by High Modulus. The hull and deck and overheads are fiberglassed together with three layers of E-glass on the inside and three layers on the outside.
This vessel is in bristol condition and ready for a new owner!
The use of epoxy resin with a tensile strength up to ten times higher than polyester or vinylester allows the elimination of the "fat" of non-structural chopped-strand mat commonly used in polyester production boats. With this construction method, every unidirectional fiber in DayTripper yacht epoxy contributes to the strength of the hull. DayTripper's composite laminate is engineered by High Modulus (A leader in composite technology), with a foam core that delivers superior shear strength, impact resistance, stiffness, and thermal and sound insulation qualities. All of which means that DayTripper yachts' oven-baked epoxy, Kevlar, Carbon Fiber construction is the strongest, stiffest, and most durable you can buy. Because epoxy's "post-cure" shrinkage is nearly zero, DayTripper's epoxy hulls will always maintain their fair, smooth, brilliant finish.
The wide teak-planked afterdeck acts as a spacious sunpad and provides access to the teak swim platform. A transom bench seat is forward of this area, offering wind and spray protection behind the cabin.
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.
24 Shipyard Drive
Hingham, MA 02043