2009 Beneteau Oceanis 40

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Summerside, PE

$169,000

Amazing Condition!

The Beneteau 40 continues to be one of Beneteau USA's most popular models. Designed by Berret-Racoupeau this yacht has a great turn of speed.  Bella has previously won the non spinnaker class in the Route Saint Pierre & Miquelon.

Her big beam offers room on deck and good stability underway. Her extra roomy cockpit with twin wheels and easy access transom make sailing and time at anchor a pleasure. These feature make her an excellent family boat and comfortable cruiser. 

Below there is loads of natural light, 2  separate cabins, head with 2 access doors, enclosed shower and a main salon that is as comfortable as it gets. " Bella" has some great custom features like an upgraded charging sytem, spinnaker gear, bulkhead flatscreen that displays the chartplotter, forced air furnace and more.


This is a great boat for anyone looking for a turn key boat  in the 40 footer range. Call or email Mike to arrange a viewing today!  902-478-4036  [email protected]

 

***Price subject to applicable taxes***

Cape Yachts at South Wharf - South Dartmouth, MA is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Ocean Yacht Sales Limited.

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Specifications

  • ModelOceanis 40
  • Model Year2009
  • DesignerBerret Racoupeau Design
  • LOA39.75 ft
  • Engines Total Power54 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine Model4JHE
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power54 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Beneteau Oceanis 40 Gallery

Sail Area

I : 48.58 ft
J : 12.75 ft
P : 45.83 ft
E : 15.58 ft
Working Sail Area : 248.00 sq ft
Manufacturer Provided Description
A new generation of cruising yachts. The Océanis 40 is an unequivocal invitation to delight in her design, comfort and performance. The interior architecture and design are by Nauta Design. This great Italian name, a benchmark in the super yacht world, has helped the Océanis 40 achieve her true personality ? one of contemporary lines where luminosity, comfort and wellbeing take precedence on board.
Accommodations

This 2 Cabin Layout has a Webasto Furnace model 5000 that offers comfortable heating througout.

 

FORWARD STATEROOM:

This large stateroom  with  6'3" headroom allows for ample space to stand up and move around while at the same time housing a double berth with large storage drawer beneath. There is also  two hanging lockers, a dressing table with   mirror and seat.

 

SALON

The main salon is furnished with a U-shaped settee to starboard that converts the drop down dinning table into a double berth.  Opposite to port is a straight settee, with an aft facing navigation station.  Numerous lockers outboard.

 

GALLEY TO PORT - AFT:

Double sinks with hot/cold pressure water;

Gimbaled 2-burner stainless steel stove with oven and safety bar;

110V microwave oven operates off shore power.

 

STARBOARD AFT HEAD:

The head opposes the galley. Equipped with a 12V electric marine quiet flush toilet leading through a Y valve to either an 80L rigid rotomolded holding tank with macerator pump or overboard discharge. Also housed in the head is a separate shower with double folding door. The head also contains a FRP sink with hot/cold pressure water,

 

AFT CABIN:

Double berth; two closed lockers and one hanging locker; access door to head.

Eight opening portlights, six opening deck hatches, nicrovent

 

Additional equipment:

Halo wifi extender and router

Cockpit and salon speakers

Sirus XM weather and radio receiver

LED Smart Tv (2022)

Cruise RO 30 GPH water maker with extra filters

General Ecology Drinking water filtration system at galley sink

3 Electric Fans

Custom Bamboo mattress with sheets for aft cabin (2021)

Navigational & Electrical

RADAR: Raymarine

PLOTTER: Raymarine E80 MDF

GPS: Raymarine

SPEED LOG: Raymarine ST 60

COMPASS: 2 x Plastimo on pedestals

DEPTH SOUNDER: Raymarine ST 60

VHF: ICOM VHF with Ram Mic

AUTO PILOT: Raymarine

STEREO SYSTEM: Pioneer Stereo with DVD Player

WIND SPEED/DIRECTION: Raymarine ST 60

200 Watt flexible solat mounter to bimini

MPPT solar charge controller wit seperate fuses

True Charge 40amp battery charger (new 2020)

Balmar external regulator

160 amp alternator with serpentine pulley

2 - 4D 190 amp hour AGM betteries house bank (2019)

Class 27 start battery

Battery monitor

2000 watt invertor

Sails & Rigging

Sails

Precision with vertical battons 2021

Doyle Mainsail, full battens in very good condition

Neil Pryde Mainsail in good condition

150% Doyle Genoa (used less than a dozen times)

140% Neil Pryde Genoa in good condition

135% Precision Genoa 2020

100% Doyle Genoa (used less than 6 times)

1 Asymetrical spinnaker with dousing sock and ATN tacker

Rigging

SELF TAILING WINCH: 2 x Lewmar 40 ST, 2 x LEwmar 46 ST

MAST MATERIAL: aluminum

RIGGING FEATURES: Wire Rigging

Standing rigging replaced 2019

New Main Halyard 2021

New Genoa Halyard 2021

New Genoa furling line 2021

New Spectra Topping Lift 2022

New Spectra Vang line 2022

2 courtesy flag halyards

Mainsheet car and end blocks new 2019

Additional Equipment
TYPE OF WINDLASSElectric ANCHOR20kg stainless anchor EXTERIOR FEATURES
  • Bimini
  • Cockpit Cover
  • Full Enclosure
  • Swim Ladder
  • Cradle
  • Anchor Roller
  • Dodger
EXTERIOR EQUIPMENT DETAILS

Washdown down pump in anchor locker

Dual helm stations

Additional Description
- EQUIPMENT INCLUDED IN THE ?EXCLUSIVE? VERSION ?
  • 1000 W vertical electric windlass with up / down control.
  • Teak cockpit sole.
  • Teak covered GRP cockpit table with white PVC cover.
  • Stereo radio / CD / MP3 player with two speakers in the saloon and two waterproof speakers in the cockpit.
  • Folding, pivoting saloon table.
  • Indirect lighting in saloon.
  • Leather trim on both companionway handrails and on handrail of aft head compartment bulkhead.
  • Deluxe gimballed 2-burner hob with oven/grill.
  • 12 V refrigerating unit in top-opening icebox (2 cabin version).
  • Perspex shower screen in aft head compartment.
  • Mirror on forward bulkhead in forecabin.
  • Dressing table mirror in forecabin (2 cabin version).
  • Slatted base to forecabin berth (3 cabin version)
  • Slatted base to berths in aft cabins (2 cabin version).
  • 220 V power supply with shore connection on 15 m extension, 1 x 220 V electrical panel, 1 x 220 V socket in each cabin, at the chart table and in the galley.
  • 25 A battery charger.
  • 1 supplementary 140 A service battery.
- B2 ELECTRONICS PACK -
  • Raymarine brand electronics
  • Port cockpit:ST60+ Tridata Log, speedo, depth sounder.
  • ST60+ wind vane, anemometer.
  • Aft face of cockpit table:C80 multifunction 8.4? colour screen (GPS, plotter, chart reader for Navionics Gold Cartography ? chart not included in delivery)
  • Pivoting holder for electronic screen.
  • Starboard cockpit:ST6002 automatic pilot ? LSRV2 - controller for autopilot.
- ELECTRONICS NOT INCLUDED IN PACK -
  • Radar ? Radome only.
  • Smartcontroller autopilot remote control.
  • PC interface.
  • Gyro compass transducer.
  • RAY 54E VHF.
- OTHER OPTIONS -
  • Asymmetric spinnaker gear.
  • Windlass control in cockpit.
  • Pearl Grey coachroof sprayhood or cockpit bimini.
  • White PVC steering wheel covers.
  • Teak side decks.
  • Bow thruster.
  • Hot / cold water cockpit shower.
  • Sea water foot pump.
  • 220 V microwave oven.
  • Heating.
  • Electric WC.
  • Black water rigid holding tank in forward head compartment (3 cabin version)
  • Folding three-blade propeller.
  • Windex wind vane.
  • Full ground tackle.
  • B?n?teau logo table settings.
Additional Description
  • 4 cockpit stowage lockers:
  • 1 locker to port.
  • 1 locker to starboard.
  • 1 locker under starboard helm seat.
  • 1 wet locker between helm seats.
  • 1 gas locker for 2 bottles located under port helm seat.
  • Teak slatted cockpit benches.
  • Twin steering consoles with stainless steel handrail, capable of taking navigation instruments (instruments available as an option).
  • 1 column-mounted compass at each helm position.
  • Engine control panel located near the starboard helm seat.
  • GRP cockpit table, with 2 folding leaves, oddments locker, bottle rack or pivoting support (option) to take chart reader (option), stainless steel handrail, 12 V socket and lamp with shade.
  • 2 winch handle pockets.
  • GRP self-draining cockpit sole.
Additional Description

Electrical panel:

  • Electrical panel with 10 x 12 V switches + 11 fused switches.
  • 1 x 12 V cigarette lighter socket.
  • 1 x 12 V voltmeter.
  • 1 water gauge and 1 fuel gauge via central LCD screen.
  • 1 low battery alarm, and low diesel and water tanks alarm.

Battery charging:

  • 1 x 160 Amp alternator coupled to the engine.
  • 1 power distributor.

Protection:

  • Rigging earthed against lightning.

Lighting and sockets:

  • 6 reading lights.
  • 14 halogen deckhead lights.
  • 1 white / red striplight at the chart table.
  • 1 white striplight in the galley.
  • Bow and stern navigation lights.
  • Engine light (steaming light).
  • 1 masthead anchor light/navigation light.
  • 1 deck light.
  • Conduits for running cables for options.
Additional Description
  • Rectangular stainless steel double sink.
  • Mixer tap with hot and cold pressurised water.
  • Stainless steel gimballed 2-burner hob and oven with stainless steel safety rail.
  • Top-opening 170 L icebox with 12 V refrigerating unit.
  • White laminated worktop.
  • Stowage:1 locker with double doors under sink with wastebin.
  • 1 cutlery drawer.
  • 1 locker with 2 shelves under the drawer.
  • 4 high closed stowage shelves.
  • 1 shelf with stainless steel fiddle.
  • Lighting:2 halogen deckhead lights.
  • 1 light over hob.
  • Openings:2 hull ports (1 port / 1 starboard) with curtains.
  • 1 double panoramic window with pleated blinds.
  • 1 large side window to port with 2 opening deck ports (300 x 120) in coaming and blinds.
  • 1 large side window to starboard with 1 opening deck port (300 x 120) in coaming and blind.
  • 1 opening deck hatch (442 x 442) with blind / mosquito screen.
Additional Description
  • Yanmar 40 HP engine with drive shaft transmission.
  • Engine mounting built into hull inner moulding.
  • Engine compartment insulated with soundproofing foam.
  • Ventilation secured by an air intake and forced air exhaust on transom.
  • Engine access through an opening located under companionway steps supported by two gas struts.
  • 2 side access hatches in the aft cabins for maintenance.
  • Stainless steel drive shaft with moulded GRP protection in the hull.
  • Fixed three-blade propeller.
  • 200-litre rotomoulded fuel tank with electronic gauge located under aft port berth.
  • Sea water and diesel filter with sediment reservoir.
  • Engine control panel with built-in key start located in the cockpit to starboard near the helm seat.
Additional Description
  • The hull is of single-skinned GRP construction.
  • Local areas of reinforcement (keel, rudder, chainplates, hull / deck joint) serve to strengthen the structure.
  • A single-skinned structural inner moulding is bonded and laminated to the hull. Its structural role is important as it takes and absorbs the stresses at pressure points (chainplate tie rods, keel, rudder, etc.) ensuring their distribution and so guaranteeing reduced strain on the hull.
  • The surface of the inner moulding makes cleaning easier and provides a better finish.
  • The standard hull colour is white with silver livery; a Steel Blue colour hull is available as an option.
Additional Description
  • The deck is of glass fibre and balsa sandwich construction for optimum strength / weight ratio as well as excellent heat and sound insulation.
  • All working areas and areas of movement around the deck are provided with a non-slip ?diamond point?finish.
Disclaimer
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.

1998 Alliage 38

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Souris, PE

Honguedo

$184,65014

Built in 1998 but finished in 2000, this very well built Aluminum Blue Water Cruiser is reluctantly being put on the market as the owners plans have changed and it is being offered at a fraction of the new build price.

Honguedo is in excellent shape and has a current August 2022 Survey to prove it.  Located in Souris, PEI and stored for the winter, this yacht offers easy double handed couple cruising and access to all the best shallow water areas the World has to offer with its 2’2’’ board up draft. 
While sailing open water the deep 7’5’’ draft provides stability and amazing sailing characteristics with the twin rudder set up.

The boat has all the cruising gear that you would require and is ready for the next owners to take it away on its adventure South to the shallow waters of the Bahamas or the deep blue Caribbean Sea.

Please contact Matt Christie at Sunnybrookyachts.com to discuss this rare opportunity as this boat will not last long on the market.

Cape Yachts at South Wharf - South Dartmouth, MA is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Sunnybrook Yachts.

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Specifications

  • Model38
  • Model Year1998
  • LOA38 ft
  • Engines Total Power52 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power52 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Alliage 38 Gallery

Engine

Engine-2000 Yanmar 52hp Diesel. 2108 hrs. 
Closed cooling system
Direct Drive with Shaft. Wet exhaust.
2 aluminum fuel tanks with 50 gallon capacity.

Accommodations

2 cabin layout with queen berth forward and double cabin aft.  Mahogany wood throughout.
Propane stove.
New 12v fridge

Water tanks- 1-600L aluminum tank.

Wastewater holding tank 1- 120L 

Macerator Pump with Y Valve for overboard discharge.

Hot water heater.

Electronics

GPS-Furuno Navigator GP32
GPS Plotter-Standard Horizon
VHF- 1 COM CM45 and one portable Raymarine VHF
Depth sounder Simrad IS-15 
Magnetic Compass and all manuals included.

Sails

All sails are North Sails

Main is fully battened with three reef points.  Genoa Jib with reef point Storm sail Genneker true radial with sock cover Pro girl roller furling system. 

 

Additional

3-Portable fire extinguishers onboard (full charge)
2- 20lb propane tanks stored and properly ventilated
Propane safety shut off beside stove.
Propane tank and solenoid
Propane Gas sniffer Alarm
Carbon monoxide detector

Heaving line with 15m of line attached, life ring with 15m of line attached, lifejackets, liferaft and 8’ dinghy included (5hp Nissan motor) boathook, horn, searchlight, flashlight.

Anchor- 45lb CQR with 100ft chain and 125 ft rope
Spare anchor- 35lb Danforth with 75ft chain and 100ft rope.
Electric windlass
Bow Anchor Roller
Chain locker with drainage

Electrical

Voltage- 12v with AC/DC and solar charging (4*75 watt)
6-12v AMG batteries
Power inverter

Construction

Tiller steering on twin Rudders.
4 electric bilge pumps and 1 manual pump
Plastic thru hull fittings with working ball valves.

Disclaimer
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.

2006 Tartan 3700

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Saint John's, NL

$185,604.608

Lightly used and clean example of one of the best all around boats offered in 37 feet.

Sharpe looking with it's Navy Blue hull, red accent stripes, white and tan decks and tan canvas.

NOVIS carbon fibre double spreader keel stepped mast, Harken furling, solid boom vang and self tailing winches for excellent sail handling. 

VHF, Radar/chartpotter, autopilot, wind speed and depth instruments

Manufacture's into below.

Sophisticated Designs • Exceptional Performance • Superior Value

At Tartan Yachts we have a passion to deliver the best sailboat owner experience possible. Our commitment to design and engineering is based on total performance. We don’t believe that a simple superficial appeal to aesthetics is enough to serve the interests of our owners. Our designers, builders and sales team understand and appreciate that every yacht we build must be the best yacht we build. Most importantly we are committed to the next 50 years with the focus of simply making our customer experience the best the industry has to offer.

2021 survey available upon request.

PRICE REDUCED TO SELL NOW!! 

Cape Yachts at South Wharf - South Dartmouth, MA is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Sunnybrook Yachts.

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Specifications

  • Model3700
  • Model Year2006
  • DesignerTim Jackett
  • LOA37 ft
  • Engines Total Power38 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine Model3JH4E
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power38 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Tartan 3700 Gallery

Sail Area


IJPE : 727.50 sq ft
I : 51.75 ft
J : 15.00 ft
P : 45.25 ft
E : 15.00 ft
Working Sail Area : 732.00 sq ft

Keel Details

Beaver Tail shaped

Ballast: 6200 lb
Displacement: 16150 sq ft
Max Draft: 5.00 ft

 

Manufacturer Provided Description

When Tartan's designer, Tim Jackett, set out to create the latest in a long line of excellent 37-footers from Tartan, he thought past the “usual” approach to the performance/accommodation puzzle to arrive at a number of “wow, that's the way to go”-style solutions. The result is a fast and stable performance cruising yacht with an uncommonly welcoming and functional interior. A key aspect of the Tartan 3700's reassuring stability is the generous 12-foot 7-inch beam that is carried well aft, but with an innovative twist at the stern where topside flare adds plenty of deck and cockpit space, while keeping the transom waterline on the trim side. The tall, two-spreader masthead rig provides plenty of sail for rewarding performance in light winds, and each of the 3700's keel options is designed to make the boat stand up and keep driving in breezy conditions. The accommodation plan of the Tartan 3700 works equally well for feeding and watering a cruising crowd or for pampering a family or two cruising couples on an extended sailing vacation. The two staterooms are completely private, each with generous-size clothes drawers and hanging locker. And by cleverly angling the bulkheads of the dinette outward and angling the bulkheads of the nav station and galley inward the feel of the 3700's interior suits the particular function of each space.

Hull

Navy Blue NPG/ISO gelcoated hull, hand laminated with alternating layers of strand mat and uni-directional "E" glass locally reinforced. Fully cored with high strength, impact resistant synthetic core for stiffness with solid glass at all thru hull, chain plate and keel installations. Gelcoat backup layer is laminated and chemically bonded using a 4mm barrier coat of vinylester anti-corrosive resin for blister resistance.  Throw flush thru-hull fittings. Bulkheads and floor timbers are bonded using advanced adhesive technology. Built to meet ABS Plan Certification.

Deck and Rigging

White deck with sand gelcoated nonskid deck with patterned, contrasting non-skid. Hand laminated sandwich composite of polyester resin, uni-directional "E" glass and end grain balsa core. All hardware installation points are solid glass backed with aluminum plate or FRP backing plates. Joined to hull using stainless steel fasteners that are drilled and tapped into aluminum backing plates molded into hull flange, spaced to meet ABS specification for offshore sailing yachts. Bonded with 3M 5200 sealant.

  • Novis carbon fibre mast

  • Strong Track mainsail track system

  • Aluminum boom

  • Rod Vang led aft

  • Harken genoa furling with aft lead kit

  • Spinaker halyard led aft

  • Lazy jacks

  • Lewmar windlass fully serviced in 2019

  • Second anchor roller - port side with hawse pipe

  • Three anchors and two rodes 

    • SS plow anchor

    • Galvanized claw anchor

    • Fortress anchor

  • Deck wash down system at anchor

  • Self tailing winches

  • All control lines led aft

  • SS handrails on deck instead of teak

  • Harken inboard adjustable genoa tracks

  • Whitlock rack and pinion steering pedestal

  • Single leve engine controls

  • Teal cockpit table

Stern mounted life sling and 4 person Viking life raft(expired 2016 certification)

Interior

The Tartan 3700 was first launched in 2000, and has been a top seller for Tartan ever since.The layout feels like most 40-footers and she truly has two owners cabins. 

The Tartan 3700 has won numerous awards including Cruising World’s Boat of the Year competition. 

Starting forward, we have a large double bunk. Second Wind was modified at the factory to have a flat faced bunk, instead of the filler notch. This adds a more comfortable bunk and also extra storage drawers. Tartan also added cherry hull sealings to the hull sides and deleted the vanity in lieu of a bureau storage locker. These modifications have become very popular and are preferred over the standard layout. 

The main salon is open and airy. The centreline drop leaf table accommodates 4-6 people and the starboard settee opens into a double bunk when needed. The nav station is forward facing and has all the breaker controls, with an opening desk and drawers for storage. The forward panel accommodates a radar/plotter easily.

On the starboard side is the galley, which has lots of counter and locker storage. The insulated icebox is large and has front and top opening access, as well as refrigeration. The microwave is in the aft locker. LPG Force 10 stove with oven gimbals outboard. This is a galley you will love. The ergonomics are right, and it is nice and secure offshore as well. 

The aft cabin has a large double bunk with plenty of locker storage. Many owners prefer to sleep aft in the boat, although either cabin makes a comfortable master. 

2016 teak and holy cabin sole with 10 coats of satin varnish 

 

Mechanical & Electrical

38 Hp diesel (approx 500 hours)with console mount controls and instrument panel. 38 gallon fuel capacity with remote gauge. Racor fuel filter/water separator. Folding blade propeller on stainless shaft. 

Saildrive top and bottom seals and clutch pack replaced 2019/2020, exhaust elbow replaced 2017 

Electrical and Systems:

  • Hot and cold pressure water

  • Manual Whale water pump at galley sink

  • Deep double SS sink

  • Microwave in galley locker

  • Freedom 20 inverter charger

  • Link 2000 control panel

  • Balmer Hi Output alternator with regulator

  • Cabin fans

  • 12 VDC outlets at helm, nav and forward cabin

  • Courtesy lights

  • Cruise air 16k BTU, new compressor 2014

  • Insulated icebox with refrigeration

  • Deck wash down system

  • Cockpit shower

  • 110v shore power distribution panel

  • Dual 110v systems/cords

  • 12 VDC distribution panel

  • Manual and electric bilge pumps. Bilge pump replaced in 2018

  • Three battery house bank and one engine battery. AGMs new in 2015

  • Galvanic isolator

  • Electro-guard system for zinc preservation

  • Spare alternator (factory original one)

Sails and Canvas

SAILS:

  • Dacron full batten mainsail

  • Dacron roller furling 135% genoa

  • 100% working jib

  • Dodger - toast new in 2019

  • Bimini and connector - toast

  • Pedestal cover new in 2019

  • Sailcover with slits for Lazy Jacks

  • Winter “Baby Blanket” by Quinte Canvas

Electronics

ELECTRONICS (NAVIGATION)
VHF: Standard Horizon VHF, model explorer with Ram Mic.(2016)

RADAR: Raymarine Radar, model # E80. 

CHART PLOTTER: Raymarine Chartplotter, model # E80 with North Eastern charts.

AUTOPILOT: Raymarine Autopilot, model # ST6002+.

SPEEDLOG: Raymarine Speedlog, ST60. 

DEPTH SOUNDER: Raymarine Depth Sounder, ST60. 

COMPASSES: Suunto D-165 Magnetic Compass. 

WIND: Raytheon Wind, model # ST60.

ACR EPIRB

 Clock and barometer in the salon.

ELECTRONICS (ENTERTAINMENT)
TELEVISION(S): Samsung TV and Sony DVD player in the salon area.

Stereo with AM/FM/CD with four speakers

Additional

 

  • Custom forward cabin bunk

  • Air conditioning (16k BTU, factory installed, new compressor in 2014)

  • Yanmar SD-50 saildrive. Top seal replaced in 2019 and lower seal in 2020

  • Upgraded sail drive cone clutch in 2019

  • Teak refinished with Sikkens in 2020

  • New Teak & Holy sole throughout in 2016

  • Exhaust elbow replaced in 2017

  • SS chain rode and Galvanized chain rode with spliced rope

  • Viking 4 person Life Raft

  • EPIRB

  • Dickinson Propane Barbecue

  • Nissan 4HP outboard motor and 2020 Seabright 270H inflatable

  • Manual Davit starboard stern

  • Quinte winter cover with frame

 

 

Disclaimer
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.

2016 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 419

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Shelburne, VT

MAHALO OHANA

$150,00011

2016 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 419

  • spacious 3 cabin interior layout
  • in hull ports for bright interior and cabins
  • twin helm stations in cockpit
  • centerline cockpit table
  • fold down transom / swim platform
  • Inflatable tender with Yamaha OB motor

Please call ahead to see

 

 

Cape Yachts at South Wharf - South Dartmouth, MA is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Bruce Hill Yacht Sales, Inc..

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Specifications

  • ModelSun Odyssey 419
  • Model Year2016
  • LOA41.83 ft
  • Engines Total Power45 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine Model4JH45
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power45 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 419 Gallery

Overview

Integrating all the latest improvements and key innovations of the Sun Odyssey line, this 13-metre sailboat is fast and easy to manoeuver.  Our Sun Odyssey 419 (42’) is the  three-cabin configuration.

Designed by Philippe Briand, she offers a refined style, with elegant lines and a bright interior.

Accommodations

Forward cabin with V-berth and forward head.  Main cabin with wrap around seating and table to starboard.  To port is additional seating and the navigation table with access to the electrical panel.  Galley to starboard, aft.  Double Berth aft cabins to port and starboard.

  • stereo

Galley

  • sink
  • icebox
  • refrigeration
  • microwave oven
  • 3 burner propane stove with oven
  • hot and cold pressure water 

(2) Heads

  • vanity and sink
  • privacy door
  • hot and cold pressure water system
  • shower
  • manual head with deck pump out system
Electrical
  • 12v DC system
  • (2) 12v batteries (2022)
  • 110v AC system
  • shore power cord
Navigation
  • B & G AC42 autopilot
  • (2) Olympic compass(s)
  • Uniden VHF radio
  • (2) B & G multiscreen displays Speed, Depth, Wind 
Mechanical
  • Wheel steering (2)
  • emergency tiller
  • manual bilge pump
  • automatic bilge pump
Deck
  • CQR anchor with 100' chain
  • Danforth anchor with 10' chain and 75' rode
  • Quick electric windlass
  • (5) fenders
  • (4) docklines
  • life ring
  • bimini
  • dodger
  • walk thru transom
  • swim ladder
Sails & Rigging

Aluminum mast steps on deck

  • Mainsail w/ lazy jacks
  • Genoa w/ roller furling
  • boom vang
  • mainsheet traveller
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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.

1986 Custom McCurdy and Rhodes 56

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Cheticamp, NS

Aspy Rose

$374,215.108

"Aspy Rose"  Offers

Adventure Style Sailors

the Chance to Cruise

Oceans and Remote Anchorages

This McCurdy and Rhodes 56 is a proven ocean going vessel. Multiple transAtlantic crossings plus north/south cruises and easily handled by a couple.

Strongly built and incredibly equipped for self-sufficiency.

Currently stored ashore in Nova Scotia about five hours drive from the Halifax International Airport(YHZ).

This offshore aluminum cutter has a strong resume - details can be reviewed at the MorgansCloud website https://www.morganscloud.com/category/boat-design-selection/morgans-cloud/

Full specs are posted under Additional Information.

Cape Yachts at South Wharf - South Dartmouth, MA is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Sunnybrook Yachts.

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Specifications

  • ModelMcCurdy and Rhodes 56
  • Model Year1986
  • LOA56 ft
  • Engines Total Power87 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandPerkins
  • Engine ModelM92B
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power87 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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Construction

Aluminum construction (5083) hull & deck to ABS standards; below waterline she has an internal transverse web frame; keel plate is 5/16”; bilge plate is ¼”, topside plate is 3/16” and deck is 5/32”; hull & deck awlgripped white. Treadmaster non skid on deck. S/S stanchions w/lifelines and opening gates. Dual anchor roller.

Accommodations

Herreshoff finished w/white bulkheads and rubbed effect American Cherry trim w/teak and holly sole.

Layout starting at bow.

Anchor locker and storage compartment.

Next aft is forward cabin with two single berths. Storage under berth, drawers, shelves and hanging locker.

Head aft to port with Lavac marine head & s/s sink.

Next aft is main salon with U shaped dinette to port; up/down electric table adjustement. Shelves plus storage behind and below berths.

Settee to starboard.

Galley aft to port includes; double s/s sinks with HC pressure water; foot pump; water filter; three burner Force 10 propane stove w/oven; electric solenoid shut off; top loading refrigerator/freezer, propane sensors. Considerable storage in cabinets and shelves, pots, pans and galleyware.

Opposite galley to starboard is nav station. Electrical panel and instruments.

Next aft is walkthrough passageway with access to engine room. Engine room contains main engine, generator, water heater, fuel transfer system, tool & part lockers, refrigeration compressor. In the passageway there is a wet locker, work bench, battery cabinet and tool kit storage.

Next aft is owner’s cabin with queen sized berth to port and single to starboard; Lavac marine head with s/s sink and separate shower stall, considerable storage. Aplenglow interior lights, navigation lights, spreader lights, anchor lights. Snap on floor covers; three sets of sheets for each berth. Espar 8D diesel furnace. Webasco engine heat exchanger heater ducted to main salon. Two 1500w 110v ceramic heaters, 12gallon hot water heater. Opening ports throughout, dorade vents, electric fans, opening hatches, 250 gallons freshwater in two tanks, 20 gallon holding tank.

Final aft on deck is large lazarette access on aft deck, swim ladder.

 

Electronics

Nav station instruments include: ICOM IC-700 SSB; Iridium 9555 Sat Phone; Iridium external antenna; ICOM VHF command mic; ICOM 100 VHF; Class B AIS; handheld VHF; WiFi amplifier with external antenna, Nexus repeater, Furuno radar.

On deck she has: ICOM VHF M604 in cockpit, EchoPilot Forward Scan Sonar, five Nexus NX2 sailing instruments, 

Furuno 1830 radar mounted on aft pole; B&G Zeus 3 Plotter; Richie compass; handheld GPS; handheld sonar. 2020 Garmin GPSMAP 942 under dodger w/charts for Canada, USA & Bahamas; Simrad Robertson AP300X autopilot. 

Engine Electrical

2010 Perkins M92B, 87hp, 2500hrs. Instrument panel with water temp, oil pressure, exhaust temp, gear oil pressure and RPM gauge. Balmar 160amp alternator, Balmar MC614 regulator.

Three Xantrex True Chargers(120amp total). ZF 45-A transmission. Aquadrive w/2019 CV and thrust bearing. 2017 s/s shaft is 1.5”, PYI dripless stuffing box, three bladed MaxProp, 290 gallons diesel fuel in two integral tanks, spare fixed three bladed prop.

Northern Lights generator M643-5N 5Kw w/4,000hrs. DC system w/ two banks 12v 800A/H AGM 2016 batteries. Xantrax 1800w invertor. Prosine 250w invertor at chart table. Isolation transformer for 220v locations. Adaptors for 220v shorepower. 

Sails Rigging Deck Hardware

2007 Hallett Main w/5 full battens; 2007 Hallett 110% jib top; 2007 Hallett staysail; Bierig Asym spinnaker w/ATN snuffer; Bierig storm jib, Bierig trysail.

2007 Hall carbon mast; cutter rigged; 2007 Navtec rod rigging; 2005 Harken furling for jib & staysail. Mast stowed 2005 carbon spinnaker pole; running rigging 2005; Navtec hydraulic backstay and vang with remote panel; running backstays; lazy jacks; preventors.

Lewmar self tailing winches, 2x #65 three speed jib winches, 2x #52 runner/furling winches; 2x #55 staysail winches; 1x #40 mainsheet winch; 2x #46 mast mounted winches; 2x #43 mast mounted winches; 2x #40 boom mounted winches. Mast pushpits p&s. Sailomat self steering wind vane. Dodger w/hardtop and Stamoid soft sides, full enclosure, hard top bimini, cockpit cushions.

Additional

Steel cradle, full winter cover, fenders, docklines, fender board, extensive tools and spares. Avon 310 inflatable w/4hp Yamaha w/lifting crane, shop vac, black out curtains, smoke detectors, fire extinguishers. Electric E-wincher w/two batteries, flares, bolt cutters, Jordan series storm drogue, emergency tiller, plugs for seacocks, ditch bag, air horn, bell, survival suits, MOM 600, jacklines & tethers, Viking 6 person liferaft, lifejackets. Ideal anchor windlass with anchors include 121lb Spade, 66lb Spare, Fortress FX55, Luke 150lb; rode is 380’ of 3/8” G70 chain; secondary rode is 300’ of 7/8” dacron double braid. Two 300’ Dyneema shorefast lines plus two 50’ 7x19 wire bridles for making fast to rocks; snubber, salt water washdown, Magma BBQ on stern rail.

Disclaimer
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.

2009 Fountaine Pajot Orana 44

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Halifax, NS

$350,0007

Are you ready for a comfortable, easy sailing life?

Meet: 2009 Fountaine Pajot Orana 44 Maestro "Littles Hobo"

 “Maestro” is a popular Owner’s Version (“Maestro”) Catamaran from the well-respected French factory, Fountaine Pajot and the world-famous design team of Joubert – Nivelt.  The first thing you notice when you board this vessel is the curves. From the steps aft to the port holes forward, to cabinetry throughout you do not have to worry about stabbing a hip bone under way. Honestly, I don’t know why more builders don’t make this happen. So, that give you an idea about the build quality of this boat. Yes, it’s a production boat but they put lots of love into it, too.

The double lounging space greets you starboard and is a great reading spot in the shade with a friend. Wow! And room for the whole anchorage for sundowners in the spacious cockpit. The elevated semi-flybridge helm station seats two {maybe three) and allows for conversation with the party below. All the sail lines (except the halyards) lead to the helm for easy single-handed sailing.  There is plenty of elbow room for winching starboard of the helm for a helpful crew member. Visibility from the helm is excellent!

Transition from the cockpit to the saloon is seamless with no steps or obstructions but there is a hidden. covered well for sea splashes and mop water. The double-door to the saloon enlarges the outdoor living space. The galley is conveniently located starboard for easy prep, serving and being a part of the crowd. Ventilation is provided above the sink area but far enough away not to interfere with the stove top flame. Thank you, Jouber – Nivelt! There is also air available from two front port holes and corner fans. Lots of prep space, serving space and storage in this efficent u-shaped kitchen.

The owner’s side has an island style bed and two reading lights. This means you do not have to crawl all over the sheets just to make the bed or disturb your neighbor to turn on the light. The bathroom has a separate shower to keep things dry. Forward, is a well-organized storage area or workshop. The guest cabins have semi-island style beds meaning one side has easy access, which is not common in a lot of 44 ft. boats. Also, the heads have their own separate showers as well. The sleeping areas have so many cubby holes for stashing shoes, clothing, books or just keeping reading glasses within easy reach.

On deck, the windows are tapered to avoid trip traps when going forward to quickly grab a line or catch a mooring ball. There is a huge access point for the anchor windlass and lounging room on the trampoline (replaced in 2020!) to watch the stars at night. The sturdy coach roof holds the solar panels and gives you access to the main sail as needed.

"Littles Hobo" has received loads of upgrades in recent years and is ready to explore to tropical beaches and coves the world over!

Contact Paul Gallant for more information! 

Cape Yachts at South Wharf - South Dartmouth, MA is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Ocean Yacht Sales Limited.

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Specifications

  • ModelOrana 44
  • Model Year2009
  • LOA44 ft
  • Engines Total Power78 hp
  • Number of Engines2
  • Engine BrandVolvo
  • Engine ModelPenta D2-40F
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power39 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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Engine Details
  • ENGINE 1
  • MAKE:Volvo
  • MODEL:Penta D2-40F
  • DRIVE:Sail Drive
  • POWER:39 hp
  • FUEL:Diesel
  • LOCATION:Starboard
  • PROPELLER2 Blade, Folding
  • ENGINE 2
  • MAKE:Volvo
  • MODEL:Penta D2-40F
  • DRIVE:Sail Drive
  • POWER:39 hp
  • FUEL:Diesel
  • LOCATION:Port
  • PROPELLER2 Blade, Folding
Generators
  • GENERATOR 1
  • MAKE:Cummins
  • MODEL:Onan
  • CAPACITY:9 kw
  • FUEL:Diesel
DETAILS

MDI units on engines replaced with analog gauges and keyed ignition

propspeed on saildrives legs and props

Accommodations
NUMBER OF CABINS:3 NUMBER OF HEADS:3 NUMBER OF WATER HEATERS:1 WATER HEATER CAPACITY:10 gal ADDITIONAL FEATURES
  • Electric Head
  • Macerator
  • Refrigerator
  • Stove
  • Propane Stove
  • Oven
  • Propane Oven
  • Galley
  • Shower
  • Cockpit Cushions
  • Cockpit Table
  • Fresh Water Pump
  • Sea Water Pump
DETAILS

2 USB ports in Master Cabin

Stereo upgrade with 2 x 1600 w Rockville Amps (one for inside, one for outside)

Inside and outside speaker sets (Pyle) include 500w subwoofer

28' LED TV wall mounted

HDMI cable from TV to nav station

TV output to Stereo

WIFI Extender and internal boat wifi network

Fridge controller replaced with digital LED

Pressurized saltwater at the galley with seperate nozzle

cockpit table regelcoated in 2019

Blue/White underwater lights under transoms

3 electric heads

Holding tank with pump out, y valve, macerator and overboard discharge

Main head features seperate shower with sump pump

2 additional heads have intergrated showers with sump pumps

3 burner propane stove and oven 

1 x 20 lbs propane bottle

Isotherm refrigerator

Seperate freezer

3 double cabins with Queen beds and hanging lockers

3 interior cockpit cushions replaces 2019

Deck Gear
TYPE OF WINDLASS: Electric TENDER:12' A/B with 15hp Yamaha 2-stroke EXTERIOR FEATURES
  • Bimini
  • Swim Ladder
EXTERIOR EQUIPMENT DETAILS

Lofrans Cayman 88 electric windlass with remote

44 lb Lewmar Delta anchor with 260 ft of chain and 300 ft of rope

2 additonal danforth anchors

up sized anchor bridle and shackle

Tillers rebuilt and cables replaced 2019

All interior lights LED

All exterior lights LED with exception of steaming and deck lights

Navigational & Electrical
SHORE POWER:Yes ELECTRONICS PLOTTER:Raymarine A78 SPEED LOG:Raymarine COMPASS:Contest 130 on bulkhead DEPTH SOUNDE:RRaymarine VHF:Uniden UM 380 AUTO PILOT:Raymarine WIND SPEED/DIRECTION:Raymarine

New Raymarine wind and water instruments 2021 with three multifunction displays

AIS

Cluster of 8 USB ports on Starboard side of nav table

2 x 12 v ports on Starboard side of nav table

2 USB ports to port of Nav table

4 x 265 watt solar panels

2 x 100 watt solar panels

3 x solar controllers

New batteries 2021 (3 x house, 1 x generator starting, 1 x port engine starting)

Pro nautic charger

Navionics chart cards (1 x North America and 1 x South America including Caribbean)

Safety Gear
FIRE EXTINGUISHER:6 LIFE JACKETS:8 Solas, 4 childs LIFE RAFTS:Zodiac, hard pack LIFE RAFT CAPACITY:8 EPIRB

Emergency tiller

Lifesling

Boat hooks 

Sails & Rigging
SAIL DETAILS

Full Baton Doyle Dacron Main sail with 3 reefing points

Lazy Jacks and Stack Pack

110% genoa

2 spare jibs, one rigged as a #4 free fly from bow cleats

1 small X-35 Spinnaker

RIGGING MAST MATERIAL: aluminum RIGGING FEATURES
  • Wire Rigging
  • Lazy Jacks
RIGGING DETAILS

1 x Harken 46

2 x Harken 44 self tailing winches

1 x Harken 48 12v self tailing electric winch

winch handles

Profurl roller furler

Aluminum Z-Spar double spreader mast with jumpers

Mainsail traveller on cabin top

Adjustable genoa car on tracks

New mainsail end 2019

New mainsheet, traveler lines, furling line and spinnaker halyard 2018

New Trampoline 2020

Disclaimer
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.

2006 Custom Seakindly Marine Tucker 47

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Bridgewater, NS

MELODEON

$256,336.737

 MELODEON

Melodeon is a custom designed Motorsailer. The hull design is based on a Tucker 43 expanded to 47’ LOD.

The hull, deck and superstructure are all steel, and the welding was performed by certified welders.

Professional architects, engineers and trades people were consulted during all phases of construction, and Lloyd’s and ABYS standards were observed.

In order to improve on systems that are common on pleasure boats but subject to excessive wear, damage or failure, the following areas were addresses:

Thru hull fittings

There are no thru hull fittings. Sea water in brought into the boat through the top of a standpipe that extends above the waterline. If a valve or hose failed, no water would enter the boat. The sea water is used only for exhaust cooling. The exhaust is stainless steel with rubber couplings and can run without water if necessary.

Keel Cooler

The engine does not take in seawater for cooling. There are pipes enclosed by removable plates in the keel that contain an antifreeze mixture. This is circulated through the engine heat exchanger and provides enough capacity to cool the engine even when it is running out of the water. A slot in the bottom of the ¾” keel plate allows for seawater circulation and provides a safe place for dual depth sounder transducers.

Steering

There are two hydraulic variable output helm pumps, one in the pilothouse and one in a pedestal on the aft deck. They work independently and are joined at a manifold that leads to twin hydraulic cylinders attached to the steering quadrant. A combination of valves allows any component to be isolated and the steering will still function.

The rudder shaft log extends above the waterline and would not be a problem even if the if the internal seal failed. The balanced rudder is massively constructed and fully protected by the keel.

Shaft bearings and seals

There are no conventional cutlass bearings and packing glands. Custom bronze bearings and lip type seals are used on both ends of the shaft log, which is filled with waterproof grease. There are no water leaks or noticeable wear with this system.

Thrust Bearings 

A custom designed 1800# thrust bearing assembly transfers the for and aft thrust to the hull. The engine is rigidly mounted to the engine bed and is isolated electrically and from vibrations to the hull. A short driveshaft with universal joints connects the transmission to the propeller shaft. No thrust is transferred to the transmission or engine bed.

Junk Sails and Rigging

The Junk rig was chosen for ease of sailing, durability and maintenance. The fore and main masts are 10” dia. aluminum extrusions, mounted inside steel pipes that are welded to the deck and keel. They are clamped by bolts at the bottom and wedges at deck level. They are not stayed, leaving the deck unobstructed, are sealed at both ends, and contain no electrical wires. The aluminum mizzen mast is stayed and contains wiring for anchor and strobe lights and an antenna for the Short Wave/SSB radio.

The sails are balanced with 25% forward of the mast and have 6 panels individually battened and controlled by a continuous sheet. These sheets terminate at the back of the pilothouse and can be adjusted without going forward. There is no heavy boom required, but the boom on this rig was designed to duplicate the yard in case the yard was damaged. All booms and yards contain spare battens internally. The shell blocks and belaying pins were custom designed and require no maintenance.

 

PLEASE WATCH THE YOUTUBE WALK THROUGH VIDEO OF THIS GREAT BOAT!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-yLE5d3EB4

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WimJcxpk7Os 

 

Cape Yachts at South Wharf - South Dartmouth, MA is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Atlantic Yacht Sales.

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Specifications

  • ModelSeakindly Marine Tucker 47
  • Model Year2006
  • LOA47 ft
  • Engines Total Power200 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandVolvo Penta
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power200 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

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About

MELODEON

Melodeon is a custom designed Motorsailer. The hull design is based on a Tucker 43 expanded to 47’ LOD.

The hull, deck and superstructure are all steel, and the welding was performed by certified welders.

Professional architects, engineers and trades people were consulted during all phases of construction, and Lloyd’s and ABYS standards were observed.

In order to improve on systems that are common on pleasure boats but subject to excessive wear, damage or failure, the following areas were addresses:

Thru hull fittings

There are no thru hull fittings. Sea water in brought into the boat through the top of a standpipe that extends above the waterline. If a valve or hose failed, no water would enter the boat. The sea water is used only for exhaust cooling. The exhaust is stainless steel with rubber couplings and can run without water if necessary.

Keel Cooler

The engine does not take in seawater for cooling. There are pipes enclosed by removable plates in the keel that contain an antifreeze mixture. This is circulated through the engine heat exchanger and provides enough capacity to cool the engine even when it is running out of the water. A slot in the bottom of the ¾” keel plate allows for seawater circulation and provides a safe place for dual depth sounder transducers.

Steering

There are two hydraulic variable output helm pumps, one in the pilothouse and one in a pedestal on the aft deck. They work independently and are joined at a manifold that leads to twin hydraulic cylinders attached to the steering quadrant. A combination of valves allows any component to be isolated and the steering will still function.

The rudder shaft log extends above the waterline and would not be a problem even if the if the internal seal failed. The balanced rudder is massively constructed and fully protected by the keel.

Shaft bearings and seals

There are no conventional cutlass bearings and packing glands. Custom bronze bearings and lip type seals are used on both ends of the shaft log, which is filled with waterproof grease. There are no water leaks or noticeable wear with this system.

Thrust Bearings 

A custom designed 1800# thrust bearing assembly transfers the for and aft thrust to the hull. The engine is rigidly mounted to the engine bed and is isolated electrically and from vibrations to the hull. A short driveshaft with universal joints connects the transmission to the propeller shaft. No thrust is transferred to the transmission or engine bed.

Junk Sails and Rigging

The Junk rig was chosen for ease of sailing, durability and maintenance. The fore and main masts are 10” dia. aluminum extrusions, mounted inside steel pipes that are welded to the deck and keel. They are clamped by bolts at the bottom and wedges at deck level. They are not stayed, leaving the deck unobstructed, are sealed at both ends, and contain no electrical wires. The aluminum mizzen mast is stayed and contains wiring for anchor and strobe lights and an antenna for the Short Wave/SSB radio.

The sails are balanced with 25% forward of the mast and have 6 panels individually battened and controlled by a continuous sheet. These sheets terminate at the back of the pilothouse and can be adjusted without going forward. There is no heavy boom required, but the boom on this rig was designed to duplicate the yard in case the yard was damaged. All booms and yards contain spare battens internally. The shell blocks and belaying pins were custom designed and require no maintenance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Technical Features

MELODEON: Technical Features

Melodeon is a custom designed motor sailor, with a three masted schooner Junk rig. The double ended hull design is based on a Tucker 43 expanded to 47’ LOD.

The hull, deck and superstructure are all steel, and the welding was performed by certified welders.

Professional architects, engineers and trades people were consulted during all phases of construction, and Lloyd’s and ABYS standards were observed.

In order to improve on systems that are common on pleasure boats but subject to excessive wear, damage or failure, the following areas were addressed:

Thru Hull Fittings

There are no thru hull fittings. Sea water is brought into the boat through the top of a standpipe that extends above the waterline. If a valve or hose failed, no water would enter the boat. The sea water is used only for exhaust cooling. The exhaust is stainless steel with rubber couplings and can run without water if necessary.

Keel Cooler

The engine does not take in seawater for cooling. There are cooling pipes accessible by removable plates in the keel. The pipes contain an antifreeze mixture that is circulated through the engine heat exchanger and provides enough capacity to cool the engine. A slot in the bottom of the ¾” keel plate allows for seawater circulation and provides a safe place for dual depth sounder transducers.

Steering

There are two hydraulic variable output helm pumps, one in the pilothouse and one in a pedestal on the aft deck. They work independently and are joined at a manifold that leads to twin hydraulic cylinders attached to the steering quadrant. A combination of valves allows any component to be isolated and the steering will still function.

The rudder shaft log extends above the waterline and would not be a problem even if the internal seal failed. The balanced rudder is massively constructed and fully protected by the keel.

Propeller: The propeller is a bronze, 3 blade, left-handed 26x24”. It is protected by a massive skeg keel extension and includes a custom cable/rope cutter.

Shaft Bearings and Seals

There are no conventional cutlass bearings and packing glands. Custom bronze bearings and lip type seals are used on both ends of the shaft log, which is filled with waterproof grease. There are no water leaks or noticeable wear with this system.

Thrust Bearings 

A custom designed thrust bearing assembly transfers the fore and aft thrust to the hull. The engine is solidly mounted to the engine bed with polymer pads and bushings, which isolate it from vibrations to the hull. The engine is also isolated electrically from the hull. A short driveshaft with universal joints connects the transmission to the propeller shaft. No thrust is transferred to the transmission or engine bed.

Junk Sails and Rigging

The Junk rig was chosen for ease of sailing, durability, and maintenance.

Masts: The fore and main masts are 10” dia. aluminum extrusions, mounted inside steel pipes that are welded to the deck and keel. The masts are clamped by bolts at the bottom and wedges at deck level. They are not stayed, leaving the deck unobstructed.  The masts are sealed at both ends for buoyancy and contain no electrical wires. Maximum height of the main mast is 50 feet from the water line, allowing passage under lower bridges.

The aluminum mizzen mast is stayed and contains wiring for anchor and strobe lights and an antenna for the Short Wave/SSB radio.

Sails: The sails are balanced with 25% forward of the mast and have 6 panels individually battened and controlled by a continuous sheet. These sheets terminate at the back of the pilothouse and can be adjusted without going forward. There is no heavy boom required, but the boom on this rig was designed to duplicate the yard in case the yard was damaged. All booms and yards contain spare battens internally. The shell blocks and belaying pins were custom designed and require no maintenance.

Sail Handling: In operation the junk rig is easy for two people to handle and can be single handed if necessary. The boat does not have to be turned into the wind to set or reef the sails. Each sail can be raised or lowered effortlessly from one to six panels to match wind conditions. When sailing upwind or on the beam, just turning the wheel to the new course will gently shift the sails to the other tack. Downwind, an accidental jibe will do no harm because of the balanced sails, light boom, and continuous sheet ropes. The booms are above head height and the sails do not obstruct vision under any conditions.

Hull speed: The boat can sail at 7 plus knots under modest conditions. The motion is very comfortable under most conditions and the amount of heel is rarely more than 5-6 degrees. The double-ended hull is favorable for following seas, making the boat seakindly and producing very little wake.

Fuel System

There are three stainless steel fuel tanks, two working and one reserve. There is a valve system to switch between the tanks and two electric fuel pumps to transfer between tanks. Fuel can be polished by transferring through the primary filters. There are two primary filters with clear bowls and valves to switch from one to the other while running. Primary filters can be changed while running, and secondary filters can be bled through a line going to the diesel stove gravity tank.

There are two cross vented filling pipes on deck.

Fresh Water and Wastewater

There are three stainless steel freshwater tanks. They can be filled from a deck fitting with a pressure hose, by gravity, or pumped from a container. The water passes through a filter and an ultraviolet sanitizer when the tanks are being filled. They also pass through the same filters on their way to the fixtures.

There is a 480 gallon per day evaporator type desalinator plumbed into the system that has not been activated.

There is a 110-volt hot water tank that works from engine heat.

There is a grey water tank that is filled by gravity from the sinks and bathtub. An electric pump transfers the water overboard or into the blackwater tank.

The blackwater tank serves a full-size electric macerator head that is flushed using greywater. The tank can be pumped overboard or into a storage tank through a deck fitting using a manual pump.

There is a second Nature’s Head that is self-contained composting.

Deck Features

The deck and superstructure were designed for safety and ease of use under all conditions.

The deck is flush and cannot hold standing water. It is flat with no tripping hazards and is not obstructed by standing rigging or other lines. It has a non-slip coating with painted drains. It is wide enough for two people to pass. There are handrails on the coach roof and the pilothouse. The coach roof provides comfortable seating. Rotating stove pipes prevent downdrafts in the diesel and solid fuel stoves.

Six Opening Gates: There is a three-foot-high steel guardrail with fore, aft and midship opening stainless steel gates on each side. These are useful for docking,  going shore and onboarding passengers.

Rubbing Strakes: Full length polyboard planking standing off the hull with stainless steel brackets. Extremely useful for fending off boats and docks, working around the boat, securing safety swim lines and for tying up visiting dinghies.

Safety Swim Ladders: 2 port and starboard plastic, pull down ladders can be deployed by a swimmer or person in the water. They slide to align with the gates on the aft deck.

Dinghy Mounts: There are dinghy davits on the port and starboard side of the aft deck that normally carry two dinghies. Each set of davits has a block and tackle for an outboard motor. One person can launch a dinghy and load an outboard using this system.

Vents: Fuel fillers and vents are on deck, as are vents for sewage tanks and engine room. The three bollards have gasketed adjustable tops for ventilation. The engine air intake is at the back of the pilot house. There is a high-capacity bilge pump below the engine air vent.

Pilothouse Exterior: The pilothouse has an overhang on all sides to prevent the windows from streaking when raining at anchor and allowing the portlights to be open for ventilation.

The front pilothouse windows are 5/8-inch tempered glass. The portlights, with 1/2- and 3/4-inch glass, are salvaged from commercial vessels and can be locked open.

Hatches: There are three watertight hatches, forward over the chain locker, aft over a rope locker, and amidships over the saloon. Hatches have comings, are properly dogged with neoprene gaskets and stainless-steel hinges. A fourth hatch is a large bronze porthole located on the midships cargo hatch. It is useful for ventilation and can hold a 1,200-cfm solar fan for air movement in hot weather and in the storage yard. All can be used for escape if necessary. Access to the pilothouse is by an aft steel door with two-way hinges and a hydraulic damper. There are no sliding hatches.

Deck Boxes: On the aft deck there are two life raft canister deck boxes/seats, one for a life raft, and one to store fuel and oil for the outboard motors. The configuration, combined with a stowable table, create a cockpit alternative seating area.

Outside Helm: There is an aft helm behind the mizzen mast with a stainless-steel binnacle, an 8-inch navy compass, and a stainless-steel wheel attached to a variable pitch hydraulic steering pump. The pump is tied to a similar one in the pilot house. They are joined by a manifold system that leads to twin hydraulic cylinders at the steering quadrant. Any part of the system can be isolated if necessary and the steering will still function.

 

Interior

MELODEON  Interior

Pilothouse: with +6.5’ headroom includes:

Helm: Wheel steering position and comfortable chair/standing area port side. Total access to instruments on console and radios on high dash.

Diesel Stove: The Dickinson Marine commercial cookstove which works extremely well with a gravity feed fuel tank adjacent.Adriatic Diesel Cook Stoves | Dickinson Marine   It also functions as a boat heater with the assistance of a blower that transfers heat below.  There is no propane in boat. Most cooking in pilothouse galley is done electrically, with the energy provided by solar and wind power which charges a battery bank.

Opening portholes: 11 commercial grade bronze portholes, 8 -16” and 3-12” lock open for light and ventilation. The kitchen sink faucet is easily accessible for deck showers on the port side deck.

Settee/Double Bunk: 7-foot settee/pull-out bunk seats a few passengers. It is great for crew naps during heavy seas. It converts the pilothouse to a roomy sleeping cabin for extra hot or cold weather.  The second cushion is stowed in the forward cabin.

Table Console: Storage pillar with flip top compartment for cutlery and folding leaves for small meals or food serving. Located in amidships, in front of the sink, with ample room to work at the sink. (Not installed at this time.)

Kitchen and Nav. Storage: 4 Ikea compartments line the starboard side behind the settee are used for logbooks, dish storage, and daily maintenance items. They snug down for rough weather.

Floor Coverings: The entire boat has Armstrong Commercial non-slip rubber flooring, terra-cotta in the pilot house and cabins, ivory in the main saloon.

Privacy panel: Used to divide the companionway to the main saloon, for separate use of both areas, while at anchor.

Main Galley:  Large deep stainless sink, between stove and fridge. Pilothouse galley has good view, light, ventilation, and socializing.

Ladder: aft starboard ladder allows quick access to rear head and aft cabin. This pop-down feature has controlled access for visitors.

Refrigerator/Freezer: large, 11cf, well insulated top loading with a 12v Frigomatic compressor. Locks down easily for rough passage.

Microwave/Convection Oven:  Combination oven allows microwaving or baking.

Hydraulic Helm: with Raymarine SMARTPILOT x5 Autopilot.

Inverter Controls: Mounted on the dash to turn the inverter on and off.

Switches: Dash mounted, fused switches to control lights, navigation, and communication instruments.

Electronic Equipment: VHF, CB, HF/SSB Icom radios, Pactor Modem SCS PTC-Husb DSP Multimode PACTOR-Controller (for example SCS PACTOR MODEMS - White Squall Consulting Inc.) for weather fax and email over the Shortwave Radio, 2 way Hailer for foredeck anchoring contact, Kenwood KRC-S205 Stereo with 6 CD changer, Raymarine Chart Plotter, Raymarine Digital Radar, Depth Sounders (2), AIS, Flux Gate Compass, Rudder Center Indicator, and Raymarine SMARTPILOT x5 autopilot.

Electrical Systems:

3 solar panels totaling 543 watts, 2 wind generators totaling @ 500 watts, 8 six-volt batteries rated at 950 amp hours total, 2000 watt Heart inverter, 120 amp alternator, 50 amp marine battery charger, and a 30 amp shore power plug.

There are 120 GFI receptacles and energy efficient bulbs and lights including LED, fluorescent, halogen and night vision lights throughout, according to the need.

Charge controllers for solar panels are in Galley 2, midships.

 

Below Decks

Main Saloon: which is9’x12’includes:

Companionway Stairs are designed for safety and ease of use, including a full pole handrail. Stairs and front panel remove for engine access. Pop-down ladder still provides access below decks.

Grab Bars/Handholds throughout including pilot house.

Dining Table: Drop leaf teak table, storing 4 folding teak chairs. The saloon seats 8-12 with settees and desk chairs.

Ulefos Wood Stove: Norwegian low-clearance stove designed for boats is useful for cold damp nights. https://woodburningrocketstove.com/2021/03/04/ulefos-868-classic-cast-iron-wood-burning-stove-black-finish-top-flue-exit/

Long Settees/Storage: 2 settees are excellent for large meals or gatherings. They have hidden lee cloths for rough seas and can be used as (4) bunks. Full storage under.

Desks: 2 pt/sd for navigation and office, with storage compartments and chairs.

Storage Closets: 2  large pt/sd floor-to-ceiling storage cabinets, excellent for food and general storage. One closet contains a large solar ventilation fan and a manual pump for sewage.

Portlights: 4 opening portlights plus large opening portlight overhead in the cargo hatch. Perfect for ventilation and communication.

Ladder to deck: stainless steel ladder over stove, leading to overhead portlight exit.

Electrical Panels: Access to electrical panels, at entrance to engine room.

Batteries: House Batteries: 8-6v deep cycle batteries secured in fiberglass lined boxes under floor and in the engine room, accessible by removable companionway stairs and wall panel. Cranking battery, 4D. Electric anchor winch 4D, in forward cabin.

Tanks: Fuel, fresh water, grey water and sewage tanks and storage, under floor.

Doors: 4 doors leading to 1. forward cabin, 2. forward head, 3. engine room/galley, crew cabin, 4, aft changeroom/head and aft cabin.

 

Forward Cabin: Large double bunk. Extra ventilation and emergency exit through chain locker. Closet and Ikea storage bins. Large under bunk storage compartments. Large opening portlight. Ensuite door to head.

Forward Head: Electric macerator toilet, sink, storage cupboard, storage cabinet and broom storage. Head is accessed through the main saloon.

Midships Cabin/Galley 2: Double bunk with opening port and storage. Machinery under, including hot water tank, cold water tank, water intake stand-pipe and desalinator. Emergency Exit from bunk into starboard passageway.

-Galley 2: Large commercial stainless-steel sink and counter, hot water, and storage. Opening portlight. Force 10 Marine, 2 Burner kerosene/diesel cook stove is portable to deck for outdoor cooking. Access to engine room. Easy access to water system manifolds under floor. Charge controllers for solar panels.

Engine room

Engine room is fully insulated and very quiet. It is fully accessible from both sides, in Galley 2 and the Dressing Room Passageway.  Access is through easily removable, hinged insulated panels that rest in the Main Saloon when removed.

Volvo Penta, TMD70-AB 200hp diesel engine.

Borg Warner Velvet Drive transmission.

Twin alternators, 60 and 120 amp., electrically isolated from hull.

50-amp marine battery charger.

Galvanic isolator.

Twin switchable fuel filters.

Twin oil filters.

8 6v deep cycle batteries

High current fuses for all batteries, transfer switches.

Switches for wind generators.

12v refrigeration compressor.

 

Dressing Room Passageway and Second Head

Three doors in starboard passageway separate and enclose:

4’ Bathtub with hand shower and wooden cover. Doubles as life preserver storage and child’s berth. Clothes drying area. More storage under.

Head 2: Nature Head, 2 function, #1 urine tank safe to empty and composting toilet. Hand sink. This toilet is invaluable and super accessible to the helm for long hard passages, via the pop-down ladder.

Hanging wet locker and boot storage. Storage under.

Storage under floor panels.

Panels remove to access engine, drive shaft, thrust bearings

Aft Cabin

Double bunk is an extremely comfortable lounge area, with carpeted walls. Large storage compartments under. Close to the helm for communication underway.

Opening portlight.

Privacy door.

Settee/Reading nook with storage.

Two ample closets.

Storage under floor.

Steering components in compartment under bunk.

Ceiling mounted plastic 4- person picnic table for shore parties.

Extra ventilation and emergency exit through stern locker.

Stern Locker is large enough to store 2 small folding bikes or other equipment.

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Options

MELODEON: Overview and Options

If the motor sailor Melodeon is anything, she is versatile. She has many faces and possibilities for her new owners.

This boat has proven her fabulous capabilities and functioned extremely well as a sailing, cruising live-aboard boat.

Wherever she is Melodeon is a boat that draws attention due to her interesting aspects and colorful harlequin junk-sails. She has been captured for the evening news a few times by the weather helicopter she visits a new port. She has also been the popular subject of harbor cams and news articles as she travels.

Melodeon can also double as a 3-bedroom home or unique cottage in any city by the sea. With skyrocketing real-estate prices and poor availability, she can become an affordable home that can go for a sail on the weekend.

For someone who wishes to run a high-profile business in a busy harbor, she is roomy enough to host staff and clients in a novel setting.

Melodeon is also the toast of the dock or anchorage if someone has an interest in entertaining. Many dinghies can tie up on her rubbing strakes and her upper deck is able to host an entire band, for a dock party or raft-up.

Other options for her, besides sailing the ocean blue, include hosting weddings (she has one under her belt), B&B guests, special meals, spa retreats, family gatherings and seminars on any topic.

With her high rails, rail nets (not shown) and other safety features, Melodeon is relatively safe for kids and pets. The unstayed masts allow easy movement and the huge coach roof seats many guests on comfortable, waterproof cushions.

Finally, it should be noted that Melodeon is well insulated and comfortable in extreme temperatures. The ease of sailing and seaworthiness are fantastic.

This is an eye-catching little ship, that is easily handled by 2 people. Be prepared to meet new admirers or keep your curtains up dockside if you become her new owner.

Disclaimer
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.

1998 Bruce Roberts 55

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Chester, NS

$175,0005

e  fThis is a Bruce Roberts 53 with Bruce Robert's designed reverse transom making it a 55 footer. Ketch rigged with cutter foresails.

Construction started in 1988 and completed and launched in 1998 by a knowledgeable craftsmen. Lightly used with only 484 hours on it's Perkins 85HP diesel engine.

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Specifications

  • Model55
  • Model Year1998
  • LOA55 ft
  • Engines Total Power85 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandPerkins
  • Engine Model4236M
  • Engine Power85 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Bruce Roberts 55 Gallery

Additional

BOAT CANVAS

Blue Sunbrella Dodger and Bimini

Covers for winches and windlass

Cockpit cushion for both main and aft cockpits

Awnings and hardware for both cockpits

Sun shelter for at mooring

 

SPARS AND RIGGING

Deck stepped masts on solid fibreglass 

Isomat tapered mast(57ft)

Isomat boom and fittings

Isomat tapered mizzon mast and boom(36ft)

DYEFORM stainless steel standing rigging with NORSEMAN turnbuckles

 

HATCHES AND PORTS

3X Atkinson & Hoyle 24X24 opening hatches

1X roller Bomar hatch in main companionway

1X roller Bomar hatch in aft companionway 

4X Vetus port lights in topsides

2X Bomar opening hatches in cockpit and 1 each in heavy duty companionway drop boards

 

VENTS

2X cowl vents

4X NICROFICO day and night solar vents.

 

TOERAIL

Heavy duty Goyot toerail with custom fittings and stanchion bases

 

PULPIT, STERNRAIL AND STANCHIONS

Rails are custom heavy wall 360 stainless steal and tig welded in place to fit sockets in toerail(30”)

 

SAILS AND COVERS

North Sail Dacron full batten in zippered Sunbrellas cover with lazy jacks. BR logo.

North Sail Dacron mizzen sail in zippered Sunbrella cover with lazy jacks

North Sail genoa with profurl furling system

North Sail staysail( self tacking)

North Sail storm sail for main mast

 

ANCHORS AND WINDLASS

Working 75lbs CQR plough on bow fitting

Danforth anchor 105lbs

Danforth anchor 75lbs

3/8 high tensile chain

Chain locker

LUMAR electric windlass for both chain and rode.

 

 

WINCHES

Stainless steel Anderson self tailing winches

GIBB self tailing sheet winches

 

NAVIGATION STATION

Full size chart table with bookshelves and lockers

Adjustable swivel chair

Electrical panels with breakers and monitors, controls for Invertor/Charger

Ratheon radar

Icom VHF

Icom HF radio

Autohelm autopilot

Tank tenders for 3X fuel tanks, 2X water tanks and 1X holding tank

 

WOODWORK

All cabinets and seat fronts, etc, are teak and teak plywood. 

Cabin sole is custom made from wide teak strips and narrow holly wood glues to a plywood base and varnished for a traditional look.

Interior deck beams are Afromosia for strength.

Bulkheads are 3/4 ply covered within the cabin spaces with thick textured vinyl commercial wall covering to ad brightness in the cabins.

All seats, tables and counter tops have fiddles(removable on the saloon table)

The 6 cabin doors are fitted with round cornered frames into bulkheads and 2 frames of louvers for ventilation. All are fitted with lift off hinges and lockable with PERKO hardware

Machinery accesses are painted for easier cleaning.

The engine room has 3 accesses and is lined throughout with 1” lead-lines soundproofing.(main cockpit has a removable pan and helm seat to allow engine removal)

 

STEERING SYSTEM

Pair of cables from centre cockpit pedistal steering to quadrant on rudder shaft. Cables run over sheeves and in conduits to prevent water entry.

Skeg mounted rudder

AUTOHELM auto pilot using compass or wind direction. Controls in cockpit, nav station and and foredeck.

Emergency steering system in aft cockpit.

 

HELM ELECTRONICS

Compass

Ratheon radar

Raymarine wind, speed and depth

Autohelm autopilot

 

NAVIGATION LIGHTS

Navigation lights mounted on pulpit and stern(AQUASIGNAL)

AQUAMARINE trilight on mast and 1 on front of mast

4X deck lights, 2 under main mast spreader and 2 under mizzen mast spreaders

 

 

 

 

GALLEY/SALOON/AFT CABIN

SHIPMATE stainless steel gimballed propane stove with oven

Microwave/convection oven

Taylor SS diesel bulkhead heater

Dickenson SS diesel cabin heater

 

SAFETY EQUIPMENT

EPIRB

Overboard marker pole with flag

Lifesling

Life ring, 2X horseshoe life preservers with lights, 1X throw line

Fire extinguishers

Fire blanket

Alarm system(wired in)

Strobe light on mizzen mast

Jack lines(P&S)

Life jackets

Stainless steel folding boarding ladder(teak steps) for P or S use.

Boat hook

Misc spare parts and fittings

 

 

Disclaimer
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.

1994 Contest 46

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Chester, NS

$174,5002

For over 60 years, Contest yachts have been the go-to choice for avid sailors around the world. Why? They are a great pedigree boat company that is known for creating superb build quality, seaworthy family cruisers that are structurally fit and safely able to sail the world’s oceans. Compliance with full Lloyd's Register HCC is an onerous undertaking, and one gladly undertaken by Contest Yachts with the advantage over others of the most perfect composite structures at the core of every Contest, designed, engineered, and delivered for the safest and most enjoyable performance bluewater sailing.

This is hull number 46 out for the 55 Contest 46s built. The yacht is the two cabin, two head interior. Very large aft cabin and large forward V-berth cabin. Storage everywhere.

The wing keel allows the boat to have 5 foot 7 inches of draft and still have 13,668LBS of stabilizing ballast. 

100 HP Volvo Penta diesel engine and bow thruster.

New listing, more info to follow

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Specifications

  • Model46
  • Model Year1994
  • LOA46.42 ft
  • Engines Total Power100 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandVolvo Penta
  • Engine ModelTAMD 31 D
  • Engine Power100 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Contest 46 Gallery

Additional


Geo Sails electric in mast furling main sail

Furling genoa 

Stay sail

Additional Code D,( about 100 sqmeters (1200sqft) , complete with bowsprit and roller

Five self tailing winches ,including 2 operational electrical in cockpit. All LEWMAR

Seldon mast, double spreader, solid boom vang, whisker pole.

 

Galley
- two fridges (one with freezer)
- stove 3 burners and oven
- microwave
- fresh and salt water
- 2 AC outlets
-plenty of storage as all over in this boat.

Electrical
- 5 x120Ah 2021 batteries
- 1X150Ah in parralel ,under the chartable seat, mostly for the SSB radio( new ground plate)
- One inverter / charger,  4500 W surge ,horizontal switch at the top of the 12V electrical panel.
- one 50+A charger VICTRON
- 0ne continuous 2000W pure sine,Wurthz , not connected
-one small battery charger 120AC

All the AC is 240V.
There is a 2/1 (240/120) converter.

- 600+W solar panels( Victron) on the arch
- 400+W solar panels(US) on the bimini
Each group has its own 3 stages regulator,with 2 breakers( battery /regulator and regulator/ panels),(2021)
 
AC Watermaker.

The bow truster works on 24v( 10HP!),with a relay( ++ to +-) between 2 the banks of 2 batteries 12V.

Safety Gear
- life jackets
- horn, flares, safety harness
-2 automatic electric pumps ( ,with audible and visible alarms).Engine room and front (next to one transducer).
-plus one additional alarms ( port)

2X ground tackle

- one ROCNA(2021) 70lbs ,with 200+ft 3/8. 

- one CQR 45 ,plus chain and rode ( under the front berths)
-one LOFRANS Windlass 1500W (2021) with deck and cockpit switchesElectronics

Electronics;

- Raymarine refurbished radar 2021
-Raymarine refusrbished charterplotter C120
_ New B&G 2021 triton 2 depht /log /wind.
- all integrated hydro 2/2000 (wind.depht,datas ,pilot).
1083 AIS
A C80 is installed at the chart table as a back up.
Could be operated in parralel with the C120,but not connected now.
 DSC VHF 2022
-two autopilots: the hydro mechanical B&G & Raymarine CPU,connected to a Vetus hydraulic ram and vetus pump(2021)

Webasto diesel heater, 2 zones.
The water heater/AC,is also used with the webasto.

 

Disclaimer
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.

1998 Oyster 63 Pilothouse

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Chester, NS

Morning Star

$775,0002

The only Oyster 63 ever built, ‘Morning Star’ is truly one of a kind. This Holman and Pye custom pilothouse design allows for comfortable sailing in all conditions. She was designed for blue water sailing and is easily handled by two. The raised pilot saloon offers a full view of deck and sea, and the option to change course without going on deck. The Oyster 63 features a split cockpit; aft the working area, with twin wheels, and forward one of the safest, family-friendly cockpits in a yacht of this size.

Under sail, she is a fast, well-balanced and powerful performer, and like all Oysters, solidly built and beautifully finished. She features teak laid decks and teak joinery and holly stripe sole boards below deck. With six berths in three cabins, and a large walk through galley, there is plenty of space for guests. ‘Morning Star’ is on her second ownership and has been used only for day sailing since 2017.

Custom Oyster 63 Pilothouse 'Morning Star' is truly one of a kind. Cutter rig with in mast furling, teak joinery, six berths in three cabins. The raised pilothouse saloon offers comfort with full visibility of deck and seas. 

 

Vessel is co-listed  with Oyster Americas

Cape Yachts at South Wharf - South Dartmouth, MA is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Atlantic Yacht Sales.

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Specifications

  • Model63 Pilothouse
  • Model Year1998
  • LOA64.67 ft
  • Engines Total Power210 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandPerkins / Sabre
  • Engine ModelM225Ti
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power210 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Oyster 63 Pilothouse Gallery

Dimensions

LOA: 64 ft 8 in

Beam: 17 ft 0 in

LWL: 52 ft 5 in

Minimum Draft: 7 ft 2 in

Displacement: 80000 lbs

Keel: Bulb

Boat Name: Morning Star

 

Engines

Total Power: 225 HP

Engine 1:

Engine Brand: Perkins/Sabre

Year Built: 1998

Engine Model: 225

EngineType: Inboard

Engine/Fuel Type:

Diesel Engine Power: 225 HP

Tankage

Fresh Water Tanks: 2 Fiberglass (159)

Fuel Tanks: 3 Fiberglass (163)

Holding Tanks: 2 Plastic

Construction

HULL NUMBER
Oyster 63/11.

HULL CONSTRUCTION
Laid-up GRP, single skin with structural stringers and floors to Lloyd’s approved design specification. Outer hull laminate in Vinylester resin.
Basket weave Kevlar in hull from stem to aft end of keel below waterline.
Non-structural core insulation above waterline from deck down.

HULL FINISH
White hull with blue cove line and double boot top lines in standard Oyster blue (repainted 2020).

DECK CONSTRUCTION
Moulded in GRP with balsa core.

DECK FINISH
Teak laid decks (sanded and reseamed 2018).
Varnished teak capping rail (re-varnished during winter improvement works 2020/21).

KEEL
Shoal keel.

RUDDER
Fully protected skeg-hung rudder.

STERN DESIGN
‘Sugar scoop’ stern design with bathing platform finished in laid teak and stainless steel steps for access to the stern deck.

EURCD
Built to comply with the requirements for Category A – Ocean.

ANCHOR
110lb stainless steel Bruce main anchor (storm size) plus 260’ of 1/2” stainless steel chain with 70’ of 1” rode at end.
90lb two-piece Bruce backup anchor.
65lb Fortress backup anchor.
Secondary anchor rode with chain lead and 1” yacht braid for use with backup anchors.

WINDLASS
2 x Maxwell 3500 anchor windlasses (winter improvement works 2020/21).

DECK ACCESS
Midship gateway stanchions.
Gate to pushpit (stainless tubing added in place of wire rail 2018).
Stainless steel bathing ladder.

HATCHES
Oyster custom drop-down acrylic washboard system with pull-up bug screen for main companionway.
Lewmar alloy-framed deck hatches.
Gebo alloy-framed coaming portlights, all portholes MCA compliant with deadlights for each.
Gebo opening hullports.

CANVASWORK
Fold down companionway sprayhood in Sunbrella ‘Cream’ with zippered front roll-up window and stainless steel grab rail to aft end.
Bimini with fixed stainless steel framework and internal tensioning system. Handhold integrated into bimini framework.
Side and stern shades for bimini.
Covers for cockpit table.
Cockpit cushions.

DECK PLUMBING
Hot and cold freshwater deck shower on swim platform.
Anchor/deck wash with 75 PSI deck jet deck wash pump with control at steering pedestal.
Freshwater deck wash outlet in step to cockpit.

COCKPIT
Walk-through teak-laid cockpit.

COCKPIT TABLE
Varnished cockpit table with stainless steel frame, folding leaves.

STEERING
Integrated fiberglass steering pedestals.
Whitlock destroyer-type wheels with gray suede leather covers.

DAVITS
Whittall ED18 davits for 220kg maximum load.

GENERAL
Hull and deck detailed, plus maintenance to stainless steel work during winter improvement works (2020/21).
Extended stainless steel pulpit and pushpit.
Custom stainless steel fairleads. Two extra in aft quarter for stern-to Mediterranean mooring.
Larger than standard stainless steel mooring and cockpit cleats.
Hood stainless steel dorade vents.
Lazarette locker with twin stainless steel gas struts.
Liferaft storage in concealed locker behind helm.
Stern quarter pushpit seats in teak and stainless steel.
Matching stainless steel posts at stern for navigation/communications antenna.
Gas locker for three 50lb bottles.

Accommodations

Number of twin berths: 1

Number of double berths: 2

Number of heads: 2

Number of bathrooms: 2

GENERAL
Six berths in three cabins, excluding the saloon.
Six sea berths with lee screens.
Interior joinery finished in teak.
Designed to be modern and coordinated, whilst remaining practical and durable at sea. Essential features include teak grab rails, ‘shadow-gap’ joints between panels, and Oyster custom knobs for lockers and drawers.
Cabin sole in high gloss teak and holly.
Surfaces in galley and heads in Avonite.
Headlining in off-white vinyl.
Upholstery in ‘navy blue’ Alcantara.
Crew covers.
Curtains to windows in all cabins.
Oceanair skyscreens to all deck hatches.
Flyscreens to all opening hull and coachroof ports.
Hella cabin fans throughout.

FORWARD SAIL LOCKER
Large sail locker allows for easy storage and quick deployment of spinnaker.
Storage for spare lines and halyards as well as two spare anchors and sea anchor with appropriate line.

OWNER’S STATEROOM
Configured with a walk around centerline Queen size bed.
Two large hanging lockers, abundant drawer storage under berth.
Full-length beveled edge mirror.
Opening hull ports and Lewmar overhead hatches with Oceanair blinds and screens.

EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER
Forward of master with Sealand Vacuflush toilet, wash basin, and separate shower stall.
Opening overhead hatch.

SALOON
Featuring a large C-shaped settee to starboard surrounding an expandable teak table. Storage within table pedestal.
Small locker to port. Large locker to starboard.
Additional seating to port.
Ice maker.

NAVIGATION AREA
To starboard of saloon with desk that features a flip-up section. Swivel chair on rotating pedestal.
Stowage for navigational books and almanacs. Bookshelf for ship’s manuals.
Electrical service panel located aft within easy reach along with battery isolation breakers.
Instruments:
VHF.
Multifunction display.
Printer.
CD/stereo system.
Wema gauges.
Webasto control.

RAISED PILOT SALOON
Featuring a C-shaped settee with teak lunch table and opposing navigation station.
Instruments:
Two Garmin multifunction displays, Garmin chart plotter.
Autopilot controller.
Tacho and combined fuel flow gauge and fuel monitor.
Engine Morse control.

ENGINE ROOM
The engine room is located under the pilot saloon floor and accessed via a door from the lower navigation area. It is built of sound insulating foam and barrier insulation.
24V lighting and extractor fans.
Tool storage and sit-down butcher board work bench with vice and cooling fan.

GALLEY
Spacious rectangular galley layout aft of the saloon to port, open to the saloon for ease of entertaining. Extensive worktop space, plentiful storage lockers and large rubbish bin. Stowage for crockery and cutlery.
Full length pantry with four easy slide-out drawers, including a vented vegetable drawer at bottom, all with plush locks for security at sea.
All surfaces in Avonite.

SINKS
Twin stainless steel sinks.

COOKER/HOB
Force 10 gimbaled gas stove with 4-burners, grill and oven.

REFRIGERATOR/FREEZER
Grunert 24V 3/4hp fridge/freezer.
Tall front-opening fridge outboard. Pantry doors.
Freezer box.

STARBOARD AFT TWIN GUEST CABIN
Starboard twin berth with under-berth drawers.
Hanging locker.
Locker and storage on port side.

AFT PASSAGEWAY
GE Combo washer/dryer (new 2015) located in locker between guest cabins with storage above and below.
On wall behind are fold out steps that lead to hatch opening into the cockpit.

PORT AFT DOUBLE GUEST CABIN
Port double berth with under-berth drawers.
Hanging locker.
Abundant storage.
Two opening overhead hatches.

GUEST CABIN SHARED HEAD/SHOWER
To port forward of the cabin with Sealand Vacuflush toilet, vanity and stall shower.
Access to watermaker control panel.

AUDIO VISUAL SYSTEMS

OWNER’S STATEROOM
TV with TracVision for dish at sea.
Speakers.

MAIN SALOON
TV with KVH TracVision for dish at sea.
Denon multi-zone receiver.
Surround sound speakers with Sunfire subwoofer.
DVD player.
Sony 10-CD player.

COCKPIT
Exterior speakers.

Engines & Electrical & Electonics

ENGINE
Perkins/Sabre M225Ti (210hp) engine with upgraded Aquadrive and 2” shaft.
Twin racor filters with changeover system and vacuum gauge.

ENGINE HOURS
Approximately 4,630 at August 2020.

FUEL POLISHING SYSTEM
Fuel polishing system that can polish individual tanks, direct fuel from one tank to another, and extract engine sump oil.

PROPELLER
Autoprop 27” 4-bladed feathering propeller.
Spare 29” 3-bladed Max-Prop propeller in inventory.

ROPE CUTTER
Rope cutter on shaft.

ALTERNATORS
Two 24V alternators for starting and house batteries.

GENERATOR
Northern Lights M843N (12kW at 60Hz) generator.

GENERATOR HOURS
Approximately 690 at August 2020.

BOW THRUSTER
Max 208/3 ‘Oyster’ retractable bow thruster with joystick control (replaced 2020).

STEERING SYSTEM
Whitlock Mamba rod and gearbox system.

HYDRAULICS
Lewmar 400 Commander system located under seat in saloon to operate headsail furling, staysail furling, and mainsail furling.

AIR CONDITIONING/HEATING
110V Cruisair reverse cycle air conditioning system, comprising of four units.
Webasto diesel heating system.
Controls in each cabin.

WATERMAKER
WMS 600 reverse-osmosis watermaker producing 25-30 gallons per hour.

ICE MAKER
U-Line WH95 ice maker with dedicated inverter.

FUEL
1,855 litres approximately (490 Imp gallons/588 US gallons) in three GRP tanks.

WATER
1,204 litres approximately (265 Imp gallons/318 US gallons) in two GRP tanks.

TANK TENDER GAUGES
Wema fuel and water tank gauges (with backup dipsticks) located at navigation area.

HOT WATER
Isotherm insulated tank heated by Webasto Thermo 90 Hot Water Heating System or by the engine’s heat exchanger.

PRESSURISED HOT AND COLD WATER SYSTEM
Two 45 PSI electric water pumps in parallel with isolating valves.
Charcoal water filter.

HOLDING TANKS
Two stainless toilet holding tanks – one forward and one aft with gravity discharge and additional ability to pump out from on deck.
Wema tank gauges.

MANIFOLD SYSTEM
Stainless steel manifold for seawater inlets to reduce through-hull fittings.

SHIP’S SUPPLY
12V and 24V.

RING MAIN
110V AC ring main with outlet sockets located as appropriate within the layout.

OTHER ELECTRICAL SOCKETS
24V sockets at starboard pedestal and in forward sail locker.

BATTERIES
Domestic: Four 6V Rolls Surrette batteries supplying 820Ah at 24V.
Engine start: 24V (new 2019).
Generator start: 12V (new 2020).

BATTERY MANAGEMENT
Two Mastervolt MASS 24V/100A chargers with temperature sensors.
Mastervolt battery monitor.
Regulators.
Emergency link.

INVERTER
Mastervolt 110V/6000W inverter to power all sockets, microwave, and watermaker.
Dedicated inverter for ice maker.

SHORE POWER
50A dockside power cable. Hubbell socket behind transom seat.
Isolation transformer.
European shore power capacity.

INTERIOR LIGHTING
Downlight type halogen lights in polished chrome finish with downlighters over reading areas.
Fluorescent lights and downlights in each heads, as well as over the galley work surfaces.
Reading light for each berth.
Automatic light to fridge.
Red ‘courtesy’ footlights at deck saloon steps.
Dimmer to upper saloon and aft cabin.
Red halogen light at chart table.

EXTERIOR LIGHTING
Boom light over cockpit table.
Pair of lower spreader lights.
Light mounted in lazarette.
Aqua Signal bow and stern navigation lights.
Steaming/deck floodlight.
Tri-color light at masthead.

COMPASSES
SIRS Marine Major 150mm (6”) steering compass with internal lighting and substantial stainless steel grabrail, flush-mounted on each steering pedestal.
Hand compasses.

SAILING INSTRUMENTS

COMPANIONWAY CONSOLE
Tachometer.
2 x Garmin multifunction displays (new 2020).
Simrad depth meter.

PORT PEDESTAL
AP20 pilot at port pedestal.

STARBOARD PEDESTAL
Autopilot.
Engine on/off.
Various light controls.

PILOTHOUSE NAVIGATION AREA
Garmin chart plotter (new 2017).
2 x Garmin multifunction displays.
AP300PX.

LOWER NAVIGATION/CHART TABLE AREA
Simrad multifunction display.

OWNER’S STATEROOM
Simrad multifunction display.

RADAR/GPS AND CHART PLOTTER
Furuno, Type 35, GPS (2018).
Furuno 1832 radar mounted in pilothouse, with antenna on Questus mount.

AIS
AIS tracking system.

AUTOPILOT
Simrad Robertson AP20 autopilot system complete with RPU 200 electro hydraulic pump set. Ram controls at wheel and at pilot saloon navigation area.
Second Whitlock autopilot mechanical autopilot connected directly to steering system as backup.

WINDEX
Windex at masthead.

VHF RADIO
ICOM M604 combined VHF and mast hailer at upper pilot saloon navigation area.
ICOM VHF COMMANDMIC handset at starboard pedestal.

SSB RADIO
ICOM 802 SSB radio.
Wide copper strip from chart table to lazarette and twin large ground plates as SSB earth.
Backstay insulators.
NB. Owner has not yet used.

Sails & Rigging

MAST AND RIGGING Cutter rig with electric in-mast furling. Hood white painted aluminum mast. (Spreaders, boom, mast, spinnaker pole and vang repainted during winter improvement works 2020/21). Preventer line attachments on boom. Wichard adjustable split backstay. Stainless steel wire rigging.

MAINSAIL FURLING Lewmar Commander 20 hydraulic mainsail furling.

HEADSAIL FURLING Reckmann hydraulic headsail furling. Reckmann hydraulic staysail furling.

WINCHES By Lewmar (self-tailing) in chrome finish: 2 x 64 2-speed electric primary winches. 2 x 54 2-speed manual secondary winches. 1 x 54 2-speed electric mainsheet, boom vang, topping lift, outhaul winch. 2 x 54 2-speed manual winches on mast for halyards. New winch buttons to chrome winches during winter improvement works (2020/21).

SPINNAKER GEAR Aluminium spinnaker pole stowed vertically on mast (repainted white in 2019. Package includes chainplates, deck fittings, halyard, topping lift, pole lift, single sheet, guy, fore guy and all required blocks. Two spinnaker halyards with parking for shackle on dorade guards. Deck stand-up blocks.

STORM PACKAGE Sea anchor and rode.

SAILS Doyle mainsail. Hood staysail. North Sails genoa (new 2019). North Sails asymmetrical spinnaker.

General

LIFE RAFT
Winslow 6-person life raft. Last serviced in 2019.

EPIRB

BILGE PUMPS
Jabsco engine driven bilge pump with float switch.

DECK SAFETY
Danbuoy.
Lifesling.
MOB button.
Emergency tiller stored in lazarette locker.

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
Various including automatic fire extinguisher in engine bay.

ALARMS
Gas alarm.
Float switches at watertight compartments with LED warning lights and alarms.

OTHER SAFETY FEATURES
Twin Kahlenberg air horns operable from outside at help and inside at pilot saloon.
Watertight bulkheads and doors.
Sea anchor.

RIB/DINGHY
Caribe 12’ RIB with steering console and seat.
20hp Honda 4-stroke outboard engine with electric start.

WARPS AND FENDERS
Five fenders.

CROCKERY
Wedgwood bone china crockery.

CUTLERY
Stainless steel cutlery.

HEYCO MARINE TOOL KIT

ASSORTED TOOLS, SPARES AND MANUALS
Original manuals and drawings.


NB: All personal belongings and all other items not expressly listed in the above inventory are excluded from the sale.
Viewing through Oyster Brokerage.
Name ‘Morning Star’ to be retained by the vendor.
Inventory verified by the owner.
Issue 2 (GT/YO/jg)

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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.

1997 Custom VOR 60

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Québec, QC

El Unicornio

$168,8439

VOR 60 designed by Bruce Farr and built by Cookson Boats NZ. This VOR 60 was originally named Swedish Match, it competed in the 1997-98 Withbread Round the World Race and finished 3rd. Second name was Nokia and competed in the 1999 Sydney to Hobart Race with line honours. Boat have been stored inside a wharehouse from 2003 to 2009, it is now use in Norh America for training and Transatlantic racing. El Unicornio is presently stored on hard in Levis Quebec Canada, boat is in very good condition, professionally maintained and upgraded over the years. Canadian documented vessel, for more information, please contact Richard Boulet. Asking $230,000 CND

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Specifications

  • ModelVOR 60
  • Model Year1997
  • LOA62 ft
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYANMAR
  • Engine Model4JH2TE
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Custom VOR 60 Gallery

Deck equipments and sails :

Custom aluminum mast 4 speaders, height 28.8 M

Nitronic 50 rod rigging forestay and shrouds

New headstay (2019)

Aluminum bowsprit

New rigid boom vang (2019)

Kevlar backstay

Rope backstay Regatta (2019)

Large self-draining cockpit

(2) steering whells on pedestals with chain

New aluminum stanchions (2019)

Deck hatch replaced (2018)

(2) Lewmar 80 3-speed self tailing winches

(2) Lewmar 90 2-speed self-tailing winches

(3) Lewmar 55 self-tailing winches on coming port & starboard

(2) Lewmar 54 self-tailing winches on coming forward port

(17) line stoppers on coach roof

(3) Regatta halyards (2017)

(4) Regatta braid jib sheets (2019)

New reef lines (2019)

(6) Rope bags (2019)

Deck painted with epoxy over Corecell

Non-skid repainted roof and cockpit (2018)

Hull painted (2018)

Profurl roller furling (2015)

North mainsail gaterback/ carbon 3 reef (2010) (very good condition)

North maimsail ultra XC carbon/ spectra 3 reef (2019) (new condition)

North 100% light kevlar (good condition)

North 100% gaterback/ carbon (very good condition)

Great Circle 80% twaron/ carbon (new never used)

Great Circle 75% offshore dacron 2 ply (very good condition)

North staysail kevlar (good condition)

North reacher kevlar (very good condition)

(5) Masthead spinnakers (very good condition)

(2) Spinnaker socks

(1) Heavy fractional spinnaker spectra (very good condition)

(1) Fractional spinnaker nylon (very good condition)

Blue sail cover with lazy jack

Several other sails ( spinnakers, reachers, jibs )

Electronics and navigational gear :

Raymarine C90W and C120W multifonction displays w/ charts (2017)

Raymarine RD418HD radar antenna (2017)

Raymarine autopilot with fluxgate compass

(2) ST70 autopilot control head (2019)

Smart pilot X-30 Corepack (course computer, compass, rudder feedback)

Wireless autopilot remote controller

ST60 & ST290 wind transducers

(4) ST70 multifonction color display

ST70 depth, wind and speed transducers

(2) ST70 instrument keypads (2017)

Seatalk2 junction box 5-way

Raystar 125 GPS sensor

Ray 55 VHF radio

Ray 55E VHF radio

RayMic VHF exterior station

(10) Raymarine man overboard tracking devices

Thrane & Thrane Sailor 6150 standard-C

Raymarine AIS 650 (2018)

Electronic barometer

Iridium satellite system

Computer 17 inch screen

Mechanical and electrical :

Yanmar 4JH2-TE 68 HP diesel (apx. 3,000 hrs)

Gear box ratio 3,20 : 1

New turbo (2019)

4-blade Max-Prop

Spare shaft

Fuel tank : 2X 170L + 1 X 100L

2 X 100 amps alternators

6 X 6 volts service batteries

1 X 12 volts engine battery

1 X 12 volts generator battery

110 Volts shore power with cord

ProMariner 40 amps battery charger

120 volts inverter

Exterior LED lights (2017)

Nav station electrical refit (12 volts pannels,LED lights, new cables)

(3) electric/ automatic bige pumps

(3) manual bilge pumps

Safety equipments :

(1) 10 pers SOLAS RFD liferaft (new 2018)

(1) 8 pers SOLAS Firtz Wright liferaft (new 20018)

(1) Cospas Sarsat EPIRB (2014)

(1) Cospas Sarsat EPIRB (2018)

(1) Sart EPIRB

(12) survival suits

(8) life jackets

(2) SOLAS orange buoys

Coast safety equipments

Defibrillator

(2) Danforth type anchors with 15M chain, 60M rode

Spare carbon rudder

Three watertite comparments

Four ballast tanks with one electric pump

Emergency tiller

ACCOMODATION/ GALLEY

(4) Inclinable bunk beds + one double bed

(4) special beds (2 each side)

toilet with sink

Jabsco marine head

Water pressure system

(1) solid water tank 200L

(1) Flexible water tank 150L

Stanless steel sink

Syntetic teak cabin floor

Sea water pump at galley

Propane 2 burners gimbals stove

(2) 45L coolers

(3) 90L coolers

12 volts fridge/ freezer

Disclaimer
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.

1975 C&C Custom

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Québec, QC

CHARLANTOINE

$160,767.906

Hight quality built in Canada by C&C custom shop “Bruckmann”.  The 44 aft-cabin is a performance cruiser/ racer with sea passage capability. Features: Accommodation for 9 persons in three cabin, large aft-cabin with private cockpit access, beautiful varnish teak interior, solid teak floorboards. Mostly used in freshwater,  this C&C 44 have been totally restored and upgraded by professionals over the past 12 years. The upgrades included : Awl-Grip painted hull and deck (2010), new Yanmar diesel 75 HP installed 2010 (840 hrs since new ),  new electronics and new equipments throughout the boat. More than $250,000 invested in upgrades since 2010.  “Charlantoine” is available at BLyacht Boat Yard in Quebec City . Canadian registered vessel.  Excellent condition, outstanding value. For more information, please contact Richard Boulet.

Construction robuste, haut de gamme par C&C division “Custom Bruckmann". Très performant et confortable en mer, accomodation pour 9 personnes. Cabine arrière avec accès privé au cockpit, intérieur en boiserie de teck solide. Principalement utilisé en eau douce, ce bateau a subi une rénovation complète de 2010 à 2022 incluant : Nouvelle peinture Awl-Grip sur coque et pont, nouveau moteur Yanmar 75HP (840 heures).  Équipements électronique remplacés,  électricité refait à neuf .   Bateau et équipements entretenus méticuleusement , un vrai classique en  excellente condition. Plus de 250,000$ investi en rénovations et améliorations depuis 2010. Très propre, excellente condition. Immatriculation Canadienne taxes payées au Québec. Visible au Yach Club de Québec, place à quai disponible au YCQ. Pour plus d'informations SVP contacter Richard Boulet. Visite sur rendez-vous.

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Specifications

  • ModelCustom
  • Model Year1975
  • LOA44 ft
  • Engines Total Power75 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYANMAR
  • Engine Model4JH4-TE
  • Engine Power75 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

C&C Custom Gallery

Deck equipments and sails :

Harken roller furling

Aluminum painted mast 2 spreaders

Navtec rod rigging

Hydraulic backstay adjuster

Renovable inner forestay

Forespar mechanical boom vang

Spinnaker gear

Carbon fibre 4” spinnaker pole

Reaching strut

North dacron fully battened mainsail 3 reef (excellent condition)

Sail cover (new 2021)

North 115% dacron furling genoa with UV (excellent condition)

North 1.5 oz spinnaker with snuffer

Dodger  and bimini (new 2021)

Cockpit full enclosure 

(2) Barient 32 AST winches (Genoa)

(2) Barient 28  winches (Halyard)

(2) Barient 22 winches (Halyard)

(1) Electric ST winch for main halyard 

Stern ladder

Lofrans electric windlass

Deck wash pump

20 Kgs SS Bruce anchor, 300’ chain

35 lbs Danforth anchor  100’ rode, 10’ chain

Fenders and docklines

(4) dorade vent

SS custom arch/ davits system with two 135 watts solar panels

Teak cockpit table

Cockpit cuhions 

Side Power electric bow thruster (2010)

 

Electronics :

Furuno 4KW radar (2010)

Radar antenna on mast w/ ss bracket

Furuno multifonction 12”screen at nav station (2010)

Furuno GPS (2010)

Furuno log and depth instruments (2010)

Furuno wind instrument (2010)

Simrad AP 20 hydraulic autopilot (rebuilted 2022)

Icom VHF radio w/ remote & AIS (2022)

Raymarine Axiom 9 GPS/ chart plotter at wheel (2021)

Raymarine radar antenna on arch (2021)

Shipmate internet system

Clarion Stereo plus Sirius radio, 6 speakers

Compass

Clock & barometer

Oil lamp

Mechanical and electrical:

75HP Yanmar 4JH4-TE diesel 2010 (840 hours)

3-blade Max-Prop (2010)

Line cutter (2010)

PSS stoffing box

Flexible shaft coupling

150 Amps Balmar alternator w/ HD belt (2021)

External regulator for Balmar (2021)

80 gals fuel capacity in 2 tanks

Racor fuel filter/ water separater

Reverso oil change pump system

50 amps 110 volts shore power with cord (2010)

30 amps 110 volts shore power

10 breakers Blue Sea AC panel (2010)

(12)  6 volts AGM batteries for service (2021)

Engine start battery (2021)

New AC/ DC wiring throughout (2010)

Engine batterie (2010)

40 Amps battery charger 

Magnum 2,800 watts inverter/ 100 amps charger  (2010)

Battery monitor

1000 watts inverter 

44 breakers Blue Sea custom AC/ DC panel (2010)

LED navigation lights

LED cabin lights with dimmer controls

Hot & cold water pressure system

Shower with sump pump in head

12 volts refrigeration system (2021)

12,000 BTU Marine Air  air conditioning in two unit (2010)

Cabin heater on engine heat exchanger 

Webasto diesel cabin heater 16,000 BTU (2021)

Additional equipments :

Force 10  propane stove with oven (2021)

Microwave oven (2021)

Dickenson propane BBQ

(2)  10 lbs propane tank

(2)  Manual bilge pump

(2) Electric/ automatic bilge pump

Spectra water maker

Jabsco electric head

Holding tank Stanless steel (2010)

100 gals water capacity in two tanks

Ftat sreen 32” TV/ DVD in salon

Flat sreen in aft cabin

Intellian parabolic antenna

Screen set

Safety equipments

Leather upholstery in salon (2022)

Aft cabin mattress (2022)

Dark blue Awl-Grip hull (2010)

White Awl-Grip deck / non-skid (2010)

Epoxy bottom

Rudder rebuilted (2020)

Micron bottom paint (2021)

Zodiac 8’rigid dinghy (2020)

Yamaha 6 HP outbord (2020)

Full winter cover (2021)

Disclaimer
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.

2003 Fountaine Pajot Belize 43

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Barrington, RI

Adventure

$259,0005

Adventure is a beautiful Fountaine Pajot Belize Maestro edition fully equipped for long-term cruising.  She is ready for extensive travel.  She recently traveled up and down the East Coast, to the Bahamas, and to Nova Scotia. This catamaran is well equipped and taken care of.  Contact us now for offers or appointments. Belize Maestro is one of Fountaine Pajot's best sailing catamarans. She is long enough for open passages and small enough to handle with a high bridge deck and well-shaped hulls she sails fast, especially with her new spinnaker.  She has been known to point 40 degrees!

Cape Yachts at South Wharf - South Dartmouth, MA is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Catamaran Guru.

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Specifications

  • BuilderFountaine Pajot
  • ModelBelize 43
  • Model Year2003
  • DesignerMichel Jouber and Bernard Nivelt
  • LOA42.58 ft
  • Engines Total Power54 hp
  • Number of Engines2
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine Model3GM30(F)
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power27 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Fountaine Pajot Belize 43 Gallery

Electronics and Navigation

VHF - Standard Horizon GX-2150 VHF radio w AIS (2013)

ICOM IC M802 SSB radio

Cockpit Speakers

Navigation Center - Raymarine C125 Multi-Function Display (2014)

Navionics Charts

CD Player - Clarion M303 s/CD and Bluetooth (2014)

Radar - Raymarine Quantum Q24W CHIRP Radome with Wifi

New 24" smart TV (2022)

Raymarine AIS 700 Transponder (2019)

Raymarine standard wind vane transducer 2020

Wind speed and direction - Raymarine ST60

Autopilot - Raymarine ST6002 Control Head with Raymarine LInear Drive

Autopilot - SmrtController Remote

Log-speedometer - Raymarine ST60

GPS - Raymarine Raystar 125

USB Chargers at helm, nav station, and cabins

Iridium GO with external antenna (2018)

Masthead VHF antenna (2018)

WirePro Wifi Extender and 4G LTE sim card reader (2017)

Windlass remote

ShipModul Miniplex - 2WI multiplexer with

wi-fi and USB connectivity (2013)

Starlink - RV version

Electrical and Power

12V DC electrical system

110V AC electrical system

4 X Winston Lithium Ion house batteries WB-LYP400 AHA (400 amp hours each)

2 X lead acid start batteries (one per side)

Electromaxx 160 Am alternators on both engines

2 X Balmar MaxCharge MC 614 Regulators

1 X Balmar Centerfielder II controller for two alternators to one battery bank

2 X Balmar Digital Duo Charge controllers to charge start batteries

Galvanic Isolator

2 Smartplug shore power inlets

USB chargers at helm, nav station, and cabins

4 power cords

50 - 30 amp adapter

Solar Panels 1050w 

Victron Energy 12V Blue Solar MPPT 100/50 with Bluetooth

Victron Energy Compact 2000/80 12VCD 110VAC charger/inverter

Victron Energy Battery Monitor with Bluetooth

123 Electric Smart Battery Management System with Bluetooth

Northern Lights Generator 6 KW

 

 

Safety

Viking RescYou 6 pax offshore liferaft

Sea Safe 24 hr Grab Bag with contents for 6 persons

Ocean Safety MOB recovery module

Adventure Medical Kits Marine 200 first aid kit

10 X PFDs

3 X auto inflate PFDs

Reelsling MOB recovery device

LED Navigation lights

Marinebeam Masthead smart LED tri-color, anchor light, and strobe

Google Nest networked CO2, smoke detectors in all cabins

LED deck light

Electric bilge pumps (4)

Manual bilge pump

Emergency Tiller

Stanchions with lifelines

6 manual fire extinguishers

water, temperature and oil pressure alarms

fuel shut-off valves

7 fenders

Jordan drogue (custom)

Paratech Sea Anchor with lines and tackle in bag

 Installed safety jack lines with fasteners

 

 

Plumbing and Tanks

Fresh water tanks:  2 X 300 litres

Fuel Tank - 1X 300 litres

Holding tanks 2 X 45 litres

2 Whale Gulper shower pumps

Hot water heater with small tank, heats from port engine or 110v

Hot and Cold cockpit shower

Paramax seas water pump

One Jabsco marine head (2016) in master head

One C-Head composting head (plumbing and tank for orginal marine head still in place)

Fresh water maker - ECH20 TEC 210 litres per hour - low-pressure pump (2020)

Pressurized freshwater system

Freshwater cooling system

Dockside freshwater (uses dock water pressure)

 

 

Engines

2 Yanmar Model 3GM30F 27hp engines with Raycor Fuel Filters

Electromaxx serpentine belt upgrades on both engines

Electromaxx 160 amp alternators on both engines

2 Yanmar Model SD20 sail drives (2008)

New leg to starboard sail drive (2022)

Generator - Northern Lights 6KW 

lower sail drive seals replaced 2019

New Variprop feathering three blade propellors (2022)

Evinrude 9.8 outboard engine (2017)

Sails and Rigging

Furling genoa

Battened mainsail 

New Neil Pride Symmetrical spinnaker (2022)

2 electric winches

5 manual winches

Solimar manual steering wheel with Vectran lines

Removable Bowsprit (2017)

Mantus anchor bridle (2016)

Stainless Steel Standing rigging (2018)

Z-Spar Pelican Striker A Frame (2019)

Sunbrella Bimini top (2018)

Z-Spar aluminum deck stepped mast

Mainsheet traveler (2012)

Furlex 400s Furler for genoa

Doyle Stackpack and jack lines

Calver Gruise Pentext Laminate mainsail with 7 battens, 3 reef points 

mainsail cars and battens (2009)

Calver Cruise Pentax Laminate genoa

 2 X 3/4" dock lines (25 ft), 2 X 3/4" dock lines (30 ft), 2 X 3/4" dock lines (50ft)

2 X Buccaneer Double Braid Dock Line - 3/4" X 50 ft

2 X Double Braid Dock Line - 3/4" X 20 ft.

Galley and Other

Isotherm refrigerator VE 150 Air Cooled

Isotherm Ice Drink Clear Icemaker (2012)

Oven - ENO 3 burner propane stove and oven

Microwave oven

Deep freezer - Dometic VD16 air cooled (2020)

Washing machine - Haier (2012)

MAGMA Grill - Rail mounted (2020)

 

Additional Eqipment and Fittings

King-sized bed in owners' cabin

LED lighting throughout all cabins and salon

20" hatch in forward port peak

1 set of custom-fitted king sheets

1 set of custom-fitted queen sheets

1 set of norma queen sheets

retractable screen for main entry

removable screens for all portholes and hatches

sunbrella helm cover

2 sun shades attach to aft bimini 

New Coppercote bottom point (2022)

 

 

Deck and Equipment

Rocna Anchor 73 lbs

300 ft of 5/16 chain

Delta anchor 66 lbs

Fortress anchor FX37

Lofrans Tigres 1200W windlass with remote control

bow anchor roller

8 large cleats ( 3 each side, fore, mid and aft and one on inside of each sugar scoop

New Double helm seat cushions (2022)

Vented propane locker with tank

20" hatch to access port forepeak storage locker from deck

New bottom paint - Coppercote (2022)

two additional stanchions supporting aft starboard and port rails

gates on starboard and port lifelines

Bosun's chair with safety line

West Marine boat hooks

Hook and Moor telescoping boat hooks

Miscellaneous spare parts

Caribe 10.5' fiberglass hull, PVC inflatable dinghy 

 

Disclaimer
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.

2019 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 389

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Barrington, RI

Odyssea

$240,00010

Big $18,000 price drop for quick Fall Sale!

Odyssea is an absolute beauty of a boat. The Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 389 incorporates the latest, most innovative technology of the line. With twin rudders and wheels, spacious cockpit, and ease of sailing this Sun Odyssey 389 designed by Marc Lombardi is a true cruiser which offers speed, stability, and good sea-keeping.  With the Sun Odyssey 389 there is no need to sacrifice style and comfort for performance. With the wind in your face and the salt in your hair, taking a sail on Odyssea will have you forgetting all of your problems. 

Well equipped with bow thruster, electronics, in-mast furling and genoa furling, Code 0 top down furler, dockside Air Conditioning and heat system, refrigeration, and much more. 

The sellers are moving up so call me today to schedule a private showing.  

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Specifications

  • BuilderJeanneau
  • ModelSun Odyssey 389
  • Model Year2019
  • DesignerMarc Lombard
  • LOA38.58 ft
  • Engines Total Power29 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine Model3YM30AE
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power29 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 389 Gallery

Vessel Walk Through

Stepping onto Odyssea gives you the feeling of getting back home after spending a week away. Walking through the cockpit and down through the companionway brings you to the beautifully lit salon. To port you will find the head with a separate shower and access to the storage. Directly to starboard you have the galley with two burner propane stove, stainless steel two-basin sink with cutting board covers, microwave, refrigerator and freezer. 

Moving back we have the luxurious aft cabin with a large berth that is very comfortable for a couple.

Moving towards the bow you will find bench seating that doubles as a comfortable berth for one to port. Starboard you have a u-shaped seating area with a table built to entertain, all with upgraded grey cedar upholstery. The u-shaped seating area also functions as a convertible double berth with the table down and the filler cushion added. 

All the way to the bow the spacious captains quarters is well lit and includes ample storage to port and starboard. Everything together really makes Odyssea feel like home. It may be tough to leave!

Electronics
  • Two Raymarine i70 multifunctional displays
  • Raymarine RAY53 VHF
  • Raymarine p70s autopilot + ACU400 core unit and gyrocompass
  • Raymarine AXIOM 7 multifunction touchscreen GPS/plotter display with WiFi
  • Raymarine AIS700 transceiver
  • Depth-speed sensor
  • Masthead wind sensor
  • Chart chip
  • Fusion stereo 
Mechanical - Electrical - Plumbing

Mechanical:

  • Yanmar 3YM30AE ( 339 engine hours)
  • Bow thruster
  • Sail drive transmission
  • Shoal keel (4'11" draft!)
  • 16,000 BTU air conditioning (shore power only)

Electrical:

  • Batteries 
  • Charger and alternator
  • 12v and 120v AC systems 

Plumbing:

  • Hot and cold pressure water
  • Hot water heater from engine and shore power
  • Cockpit shower
  • Quiet Flush electric toilet 
Deck and Hull Equipment
  • Furling mast
  • Furling genoa
  • Dacron in-mast furlng mainsail
  • Dacron furling genoa with sun shade
  • Quantum Code 0 with top -down furler (new 2022)  
  • Rigid boom vang
  • Genoa sheeting cars adjustable from cockpit
  • Two cabin top winches (port standard, starboard upgrade)
  • Two primary genoa sheet winches 
  • Windex 15 wind indicator
  • 1000W electric windlass
  • 44 lb Delta anchor with 90' 3/8" chain and 130' 5/8" line
  • Aft fold-down manual swim platform with telescopic ladder (upgrade)
  • Custom made Sunbrella bimini and dodger with connecting piece (upgrade)
  • Dock lines & fenders included.
  • Marine propane BBQ with mount
Broker comment and Disclaimer

Owners personal gear may be on board at the time of the inspection and buyer should assume if something is not specifically mentioned in this listing, it will not be included.  Owners have enjoyed getting back into sailing and are looking to move up.   

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.

2020 Melges IC 37

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Newport, RI

$265,0005

VIGILANT is our latest central listing to join in, on the extraordinary IC 37 class. 

Fantastic one design and coastal racing can be accomplished with this boat.

She was first launched in 2021 and only sailed in a few select events this past Summer.

She is in "as new" condition with an owner that is serious about an offer

 

Call us for the details 

Cape Yachts at South Wharf - South Dartmouth, MA is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Thoroughbred Yacht Sales.

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Specifications

  • ModelIC 37
  • Model Year2020
  • LOA37 ft

Melges IC 37 Gallery

TYS Disclaimer

Thoroughbred Yacht Sales 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.

1954 Herreshoff Araminta

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Jamestown, RI

Araminta

$175,0001

The original ARAMINTA now available for her next steward!  Currently dockside for the Fall 2022 sailing season

ARAMINTA is L Francis Herreshoff’s clipper bow ketch (Design no 89), often referred to as “Baby Ti”. Built in Maine in 1954, ARAMINTA has a LOA of 33’, beam of 8’6”, and a 5’ draft.

While maintaining her original design/features, ARAMINTA has undergone many needed improvements: first under the guidance of Maynard Bray in Maine the 1990s, then by George Zachorne in Rhode Island in 2016/17. Since acquiring her from Mystic Seaport ARAMINTA has been well maintained and many improvements made, including new bottom caulking, with ~3,000 silicon bronze fastenings, bronze cast knees as added mast support, modified bulkhead, wider cabin benches with new back support, new forepeak sol, new cockpit bench, new cabin and cockpit cushions, new jib club, and new trail boards.

ARAMINTA also boasts the following new equipment since 2017: complete set of Gambell and Hunter traditional-style sails (main, mizen, jib, genoa, mizen staysail, storm jib), sail covers, 90% of all lines and halyards, Yanmar diesel 15 hp engine (~100 hours), drive shaft, feathering propeller, fuel tank, water bubble, CQR anchor and rode, composting head, and Fairclough cover.

ARAMINTA is a dream to sail - as stated by L Francis in his  Sensible Cruising Designs she “approaches the ultimate in day sailing and short-range cruising”.

Cape Yachts at South Wharf - South Dartmouth, MA is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Latitude Yacht Brokerage, LLC.

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Specifications

  • ModelAraminta
  • Model Year1954
  • LOA33 ft
  • Engines Total Power15 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power15 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Herreshoff Araminta Gallery

Araminta Background

“Araminta” the successor to “Quiet Tune” for the same owner Edwin M. Hill was designed for daysailing and short range cruising in Maine waters. Three feet three inches longer with a clipper bow and with a more generous sail plan than “Quiet Tune” Beautiful to look at a very fast sailer.  This original 33-foot auxiliary ketch designed by L. Francis Herreshoff and built in 1954 by Norman Hodgdon of Boothbay Harbor, Maine.

Disclaimer
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.

2001 W-Class W46

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Jamestown, RI

MUSTANG

$750,0002

First introduced in 2001 MUSTANG and her sister W-46's have proven themselves to be more than equal to their intended tasks of being a visually stunning Spirit of Tradition style yacht for use by her owners as a lively day-sailor, highly competitive racer and / or comfortable cruiser.
 

Cape Yachts at South Wharf - South Dartmouth, MA is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Brooklin Boat Yard.

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Specifications

  • ModelW46
  • Model Year2001
  • LOA46.75 ft

W-Class W46 Gallery

Principle Dimensions and Information

Designer: Robert Stephens
Builder: Rockport Marine
Year Built: 2001
LOA: 46’, 9”
LWL: 34’ 0”
Beam: 11’, 1”
Draft: 8’, 0”
Displacement: 16,400 lbs.
Sail Area: 981 sq. ft.
SA/D Ratio: 24.3
C/LWL Ratio: 175
Auxiliary Power: Yanmar 3GM30 Diesel, 30 HP
Engine Year: 2000
Current Engine Hours: 2,000
Fuel Capacity: 30 Gallons
Fresh Water Capacity: 60 Gallons
Black Water / Holding Tank Capacity: 25 Gallons

Hull and Deck Construction

Cold-molded, wood-epoxy hull construction
Marine plywood decks with teak decking over lay
Varnished teak toe rails and taff rail
Varnished teak cabin sides, front and back
Marine plywood cabin top over laid with Dynel cloth set in epoxy and painted traditional Buff color
Varnished teak handrails on cabin top
Varnished teak companionway hatch, trim and drop boards
Fin keel with trailing ballast bulb
Balanced carbon fiber rudder
Topsides: White with Gold cove stripe and no boot stripe
Bottom: Green anti-fouling paint

Deck Hardware and Features

Teak deck, cockpit seat tops, helm seat and cockpit sole
Cast bronze chocks forward, midships and aft
Cast bronze docking cleats forward, midships and aft
Cast bronze bow / anchor roller
Stainless steel bow pulpit
Stainless steel double lifeline stanchions with opening gates port and starboard
Dyneema soft lifelines with opening gates port and starboard
Stainless steel shroud chainplates
Stainless steel stem iron with head stay attachment point under deck
Lewmar hatch on foredeck (to head area below decks)
Bronze deck fills (water) port and starboard midships
Custom Floating jib sheeting and in-hauling system with control lines lead under deck Lewmar hatch to aft /storage lazzerette
Stainless steel backstay fairlead to under deck hydraulic ram

Interior Accommodations

The interior of MUSTANG can be best described as “moderately spartan” as is fitting for her normal use as a day sailor and performance oriented Spirit of Tradition racer with little below that is unnecessary but just enough for comfortable cruising or to act as a crew bunk house at away from home regattas.

 It should be noted that the entire interior of MUSTANG is finished off in the Herreshoff style of white painted surfaces accented by varnished teak joinery and trim. The description of MUSTANG’s interior from fore to aft is as follows.

Forward Cabin: This area is completely open and is presently used for sail and gear storage. This space is large enough to install sleeping accommodations either in the way of removable pipe berths or a fixed V-berth with storage areas below the berth platform. An overhead dome light provides artificial light to this area. There is a water-tight / crash bulkhead forward and a fixed bulkhead aft with opening to the head area next aft

Head Area: The head area occupies the space between the forward cabin bulkhead and the main bulkhead and is accessed from the main cabin by way of an opening in the main bulkhead just to the starboard side of centerline. Like forward cabin this space is mostly open. At present there are no features to the starboard side outboard of the opening from the main cabin. This space could easily be adapted to act as a hanging locker or perhaps as a space for a countertop / vanity with sink basin and water. On centerline in the head area is the mast step. Outboard (to port) of the mast step is a fixed marine toilet plumbed for discharge overboard or to the black water holding tank for shore side pump out and is also plumbed to allow for overboard discharge from the holding tank when offshore. Further outboard (to port) is a countertop and locker space that houses the head plumbing and provides for some storage space. An overhead dome light provides artificial light to the head area with additional natural light and ventilation provided by a large Lewmar deck hatch overhead. There is a privacy curtain that closes off the view thru the opening in the main bulkhead which leads aft to the main cabin next to be described.

Main Cabin Area: Furthest aft of the interior spaces of MUSTANG is the main cabin that includes galley, navigation station and accommodations for relaxation, dining and sleeping. There are settee style berths port and starboard with water tanks located under each settee and bin storage outboard. Aft to port is the galley area with new varnished teak countertop, stainless steel sink basin, manually supplied cold water and storage areas below the countertop and storage lockers outboard. Aft to starboard is the navigation station with electronics mounted outboard of the varnished teak countertop under which is housed a well-insulated ice box along with drawer storage and hidden trash bin. The main cabin area is well lit with overhead dome lights and brass reading lights at the aft end of each settee. Additional natural lighting is provided by fixed ports in the cabin sides. Companionway stairs aft lead to the cockpit and with stairs removed there is very good access to the engine and other mechanical systems.

Auxiliary Propulsion and Fuel Systems

Yanmar 3GM30 diesel, 30 HP
Engine Year: 2000
Current Engine Hours: 2,000
Yanmar engine ignition panel and gauges
Single lever engine throttle and gear selector control
Sail Drive unit
2-Blade bronze Max Prop
Cast bronze deck fill (Fuel) in cockpit sole
Fuel tank capacity: 30 Gallons
Parker / Racor water separator fuel filter
Groco ARG-50 raw water filter

Steering

Edson wheel and quadrant steering
Carbon fiber steering quadrant
Edson pedestal with stainless steel binnacle guard
Custom W-Class varnished teak steering wheel

Plumbing and Waste Systems

60 Gallon freshwater capacity stored in tanks located under main cabin settees
Cold fresh water supplied to galley sink basin by manual hand pump.
Marine toilet plumbed for overboard discharge or to holding tank.
Hold tank plumbed for shore side pump out or overboard discharge offshore
25 Gallon holding tank capacity

Electrical Systems

Lighting batteries, 2 each / 12-volt, starboard sail locker
Engine start battery, 1 each / 12-volt, port sail locker
Guest 4 position master battery selector switch
12 Volt DC circuit panel
12 Volt outlets (3 each)
AC / Shore power inlet and control / circuit panel in lazzerette
30 Amp shore power cord (2ea)
AC outlet at navigation station
Battery charging by engine mounted alternator and Xantrex Freedom X inverter / charger Lightning ground system

Electronics and Navigational Equipment

B&G radar and GPS chart plotter display
B&G Radome and horn / hailer on stern deck mounted carbon fiber post
GPS antennas (2) mounted on aft deck
B&G Autopilot B&G sailing instruments with menu selector at helm and below
B&G “Tall Boy” AWI masthead wand
Icom IC-M604 VHF with remote Mic at helm
Bose cockpit speakers
VHF radio with remote Mic at helm
Ritchie helm compass with polished stainless steel binnacle cover

Spars and Rigging

Hall Spars might modules carbon fiber mast
Hall spars carbon fiber boom
Hall Spars carbon fiber spinnaker pole
Stainless steel rod standing rigging
Kevlar backstay Harken (under-deck) roller furling headstay (new 2021)

Sail Handling and Trim Equipment

Harken Performa 50, 2-speed, self-tailing winches port and starboard in cockpit (4 winches)
Harken Performa 50, 3-speed, self-tailing winches port and starboard in cockpit (2 winches)
Harken Performa 40 2-speed, self-tailing winches on mast (2 winches)
Harken continuous  line main sheet traveler
All turning blocks Harken
Antal mainsheet stoppers
Hydraulic pump / control panels for main sail control (outhaul, cunningham and vang) port and starboard in cockpit just forward of helm
Hydraulic pump / control panel for jib sheet floating lead system at forward end of cockpit Harken carbon fiber hydraulic pump lever handles (2 each)
Harken winch handles (4 each)
Line bags
Sheets and lines for all sails

Sails and Canvas

Cockpit dodger and frame
Custom canvas pedestal storage unit for hydraulic lever and winch handles
Canvas covers for interior cushions
Racing 3di mainsail (North Sails)
Cruising 3di  mainsail (North Sails)
J-1 Racing 3di jib (North Sails)
J-2 Racing 3di jib (North Sails)
J-3 Racing 3di jib (North Sails)
Roller-furling cruising jib (Quantum)
Code zero and furler (North Sails)
Staysail with internal stay and furler (North Sails)
A-2 Spinnaker (North Sails)
A-3 Spinnaker (North Sails)
WOW (wing on wing) down-wind sail (North Sails)

Ground Tackle

Claw anchor in chain locker forward

Dewatering Equipment

Whale Gusher manual bilge pump
Rule 2000 GPH electric automatic bilge pump
Super Switch float switch

Safety Equipment

Revere Coastal Commander 6-man life raft
PFD’s 3
Fire Extinguishers 3
Life Ring

Additional Equipment

Bosuns chair
Dock lines
Fenders with pile fender covers (5)
Upper companionway drop board louvered for ventilation
Ensign and flag staff
Pig Stick

Disclaimer
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.

2019 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 490

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Newport, RI

COLIBRI

$474,80017

READY TO SHOW HERE IN NEWPORT

New to the market is the 2019 Jeanneau 490 "COLIBRI." This one-owner, nearly new Jeanneau Sun Odyssey was delivered with an impressive setup from the factory, to which the owner has added a great deal. This two-cabin, two-head model incorporates Jeanneaus innovative walkaround decks, electric winches, generator and air conditioning.

SHE IS VERY WELL EQUIPPED AND LIGHTLY USED.   Owner is moving up in size.

Here in Newport

Cape Yachts at South Wharf - South Dartmouth, MA is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Bluenose Yacht Sales- Newport.

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Specifications

  • ModelSun Odyssey 490
  • Model Year2019
  • LOA48.5 ft
  • Engines Total Power80 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine Model4JH80CR
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power80 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 490 Gallery

Added in 2019

Vulcan Rochna Anchor (33kg – 73 lbs) with 100 ft of chain and 125 ft of line with Mantus Anchor Swivel

Mantus Anchor Bridle with M2 hook handle

Mantus Anchor with Rhode on stern (anchor can be dissembled for storage)

Harken Mast track for full batten mainsail

MOM 8-S Man Over Board Module

LifeSling 2

Edson Outboard Bracket

6 Person Life Raft (need to look up type)

Edson Emergency Bilge Pump

Metallic Blue Vinyl Hull Wrap

Custom Cockpit Full Screen Enclosure

 

 

Disclaimer
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.

2019 Grand Soleil 34

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Newport, RI

$199,8002

The mythical Grand Soleil 34 is a true legend: designed by Finot with over 300 hulls made. Today, past and future meet in this restyling, based on the same concept as a small-big boat. Forms are more modern, enhance performance and spaces, without sacrificing comfort and quality materials. The interior layout is divided in two cabins; a large portside aft cabin and an owner cabin in the bow that can be transformed into a sail locker during race. Astern, on the starboard side there’s a very spacey and high head and behind a wide storage cabin.

This GS34 PERFORMANCE VERSION, has been lightly raced and also fine tuned and tweaked by an experienced owner who has done well in a few races with podium finishes.

The sail inventory is excellent including some dacron delivery sails.

If you are interested in a very comfortable fast, easy to sail cruiser  you and your famly and friends will enjoy those moments.

And if you want to race, your team will enjoy the results.

This is a unique boat for both of your possible passions.

 

Cape Yachts at South Wharf - South Dartmouth, MA is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Bluenose Yacht Sales- Newport.

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Specifications

  • Model34
  • Model Year2019
  • DesignerBotin & Carkeek
  • LOA35.08 ft
  • Engines Total Power18 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandVOLVO
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power18 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Grand Soleil 34 Gallery

Manufacturer Provided Description

Comfortable two cabin, one head, galley and navigation station layout.

Dyform rigging, Dyneema back stay, tuff luff.

SIX Harken winches, tracks, genoa lead cars, 

German mainsail sheet system.

Cruise Pack, electric windlass, FORTRESS anchor, lee cloths, wireless control for autopilot, , engine and house batteries, hot/cold water, battery charger and outlets.  

Racing mast with two spreaders.

Full B&G race electronics with also mast mounted displays.

 

Disclaimer
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.

2018 Jeanneau 51

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Portsmouth, RI

$450,0002

Well worth your time to visit this three cabin, two head model. She sports a generator, air conditioning, electric winches, and MANY more options. Three cabin, two head, in very nice condition, in the water and ready to go.

Cape Yachts at South Wharf - South Dartmouth, MA is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Bluenose Yacht Sales- Newport.

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Specifications

  • Model51
  • Model Year2018
  • LOA50.42 ft
  • Engines Total Power110 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power110 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Jeanneau 51 Gallery

Manufacturer Provided Description

 The Jeanneau 51 benefits from the latest innovations that have made Jeanneau Yachts so successful: unequalled level of finish, unrivalled quality of life aboard and maximum ease of handling. Inspired by the Jeanneau 54, this new model was designed by naval architect, Philippe Briand and designer, Andrew Winch. Living spaces have been carefully studied, with meticulous attention to detail and the use of fine materials, to contribute to an excellent cruising experience and a luxurious lifestyle on board.

Disclaimer
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1992 Custom Vic Carpenter 62

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Newport, RI

VAN KI PASS

$799,0002

VIC CARPENTER 62 OFFSHORE

WINNER OF NEWPORT BERMUDA RACE

There is nothing in the sailing world to compare her to.

She stands alone as the life's work of an incredibly skillful yacht builder and designer. The designer/builder was a Canadian named Vic Carpenter, owner of Carpenter Custom Yachts in Canada. She was launched in 1992 after over six years in design and build. She was to be his last construction, built for his personal use. The methods and materials used were the finest available. Custom hardware and exquisite wood working details abound. The layout speaks of the owner's wish to have a competitive ocean racing yacht with sumptuous yet practical accommodations. There is not an inelegant detail; even the bilges are beautifully finished.

Call Pierre for details.

Cape Yachts at South Wharf - South Dartmouth, MA is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by PAJ Yacht Broker.

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Specifications

  • ModelVic Carpenter 62
  • Model Year1992
  • LOA62 ft

Custom Vic Carpenter 62 Gallery

Clause de non-garantie
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.

1905 Herreshoff New York 30

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Bristol, RI

ROWDY

$390,0001

Commissioned by members of the New York Yacht Club and designed and built by Herreshoff Manufacturing Company, the New York 30’s were launched in 1905 and quickly became the most significant and beloved one-design class in the history of the New York Yacht Club.

Their impact on the yachting world has been extensive and the individual histories of each yacht, remarkable. Today many continue their racing careers throughout New England and the Mediterranean.

NY-30 #12 ROWDY was completely rebuilt in 2011-2014 in Bristol, RI to the highest yacht standard.  She has been faithfully restored to original Herreshoff specifications and configurations and is now as strong or stronger then when originally launched.   

The restoration included the replacement of 95% of the frames and floor timbers, all deck beams and deck, a complete new cabin house, new hatches, a complete new interior to the layout of 1905, and new rig.  (gaff rig design of 1905 but with the improved spar design of 1917),  Further improvements include hollow spars and diesel engine installation.

All fasteners in ROWDY are new Silicon Bronze. All wood used in the restoration is as specified in the original Herreshoff scantlings with the exception of adding ¼ Okoume Plywood to the decks for strength, water tightness and longevity.

ROWDY is currently stored indoors and ready for commissioning.  A full survey and detailed description of the rebuild are available upon request.   Shipping to Europe available.

 

Cape Yachts at South Wharf - South Dartmouth, MA is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Artisan Boatworks Inc..

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Specifications

  • ModelNew York 30
  • Model Year1905
  • LOA43.5 ft

Herreshoff New York 30 Gallery

Disclaimer
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.

2020 Bluewater 56

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Barrington, RI

Pneumatic

$1,545,0001

Pneumatic offers a rare opportunity to own a well outfitted and lightly used US documented Bluewater 56. The fact that she has already been imported, had the 25% tariff paid, and is ready to go cruising immediately represents a significant savings of both time and money that will allow you to start living your dream sooner rather than later! 

As Mark Twain said “Twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”

The Bluewater 56 may look familiar to you, as it is the same proven Frers design that was originally developed for Hylas, of which 27 boats were built. Bluewater Yachts acquired the tooling and are now building them at the same yard that builds Outbound Yachts. In fact, hull #1 debuted as an Outbound 56 in the 2019 Annapolis Sailboat Show, and in December of 2020 hull #2 was commissioned which is now called the Bluewater 56.

The Bluewater 56 features a proper offshore bow entry and hull shape which deliver swiftness, power and stability, while maximizing space down below. There is more than ample room for a luxurious owner’s suite aft, beautifully finished in hand-chosen woods. Offshore comfort is further enhanced by the way the hulls are built, the Twaron aramid fiber yields “bullet-proof” strength for added safety.

Experienced sailors will appreciate this well behaved and easily driven yacht, not just for her speed but for the safety that comes with performance and control. This also reduces fatigue on offshore passages and ensure a well rested crew. Anyone who steps aboard the Bluewater 56 will also appreciate the high level of craftsmanship and attention to detail that went into building the boat, combined with the well thought out and spacious design ensures that time aboard is time well spent.

Cape Yachts at South Wharf - South Dartmouth, MA is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Anchor Yachts.

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Specifications

  • BuilderBluewater Yachts
  • Model56
  • Model Year2020
  • DesignerGerman Frers
  • LOA56.33 ft
  • Engines Total Power150 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine Model4JH150
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power150 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Bluewater 56 Gallery

Hull and Deck Construction
  • Twaron hull, a carbon aramid fiber with alternating FRP glass lay-up hand laid with no core and using vinylester resins and Isophthalic Gel-coat
  • Three coats of bottom paint
  • Watertight collision bulkhead forward of forward cabin
  • Watertight Stern sections across aft lazarettes and stern locker
  • Divided Anchor Locker with separate locker for fenders and dock lines
  • Large Aft Stern lazarettes, port and starboard with dual Bailey latches for watertight seal
  • Stern Garage with dedicated Rule Auto bilge pump with manual over ride in cockpit
  • Very large step down sail locker with deck hatch access. 5’ deep and 4’ long
  • Solid Lead Keel with solid 40mm stainless steel keel bolts with transverse mounted 13mm backing plates
  • Partially skegged rudder for optimal performance, strength and protection
  • Bottom of rudder plane in each model above the keel plane for grounding safety
  • Solid GRP fiberglass in all areas of deck for deck fittings and stress area
  • Molded contrasting nonskid available in two in linen beige or whisper gray
  • Solid stainless stern head fitting with split bow roller with stowage for 110 lbs. stainless steel Ultra Anchor
  • Solid Stainless striker plates for bow protection
  • Salt-water washdown pump for anchor washdown
  • Two pair of stainless steel 12” bow cleats, pair of 12” midship cleats and one pair of 12” stern cleats
  • 32” high stanchions 1” in diameter with double lifelines
  • Side Boarding ladder with port and starboard side mounting brackets
  • Mainship 316 stainless overhead hatches and ports throughout
  • Winch Inventory:
    Primary Winches: Hydraulic Antal XT66’s (2ea)
    Secondary Winches: Antal XT52 ‘s (2ea)
    Mainsheet Winch: Hydraulic Antal XT48 (1ea)
    Cockpit Winch: Antal XT48 (1ea)
    Halyard Winches: Antal XT48’s (2ea)
  • Harken Stand up Staysail Blocks
  • Teak Handrails on foredeck coach roof and aft coach roof
  • Stainless steel companionway handrails
  • Stainless coach roof handrails
  • Hollywood pedestal with chart plotter and instruments
  • Ritchie 5” Compass
  • Solid Teak varnished cockpit table
  • Solid stainless Cowl Vents, 4 Total. One pair forward and one pair aft
  • Stainless protective stern plate

 

Propulsion
  • Yanmar 4JH150 4-cylinder turbo diesel engine with cockpit controls and complete alarm system
  • Morse single lever control system to protect against high RPM gear shifting
  • Dual Racor fuel filtration system allowing independent filter and bypass system
  • Walborough In line fuel pump allowing engine bypass for filtration and eliminates the need for future engine bleeding in the case of a dry fuel tank
  • Oil change pump built in as standard
  • All wire is tinned, no copper wiring except some electronics
  • All thru hull fittings are solid bronze and all bonded
  • Six AGM 8D House batteries, 1,350 amp/hr total, All batteries boxed and secured
  • AGM Engine starting battery, 210 amp
  • All batteries are isolated with a built in reverse isolation switch
  • Primary High Output 130A Alternator dedicated to house bank
  • Dedicated 60A Alternator for Engine Battery
  • Fire retardant engine room sound insulation
  • All batteries self-contained, strapped and secured
  • Fire retardant engine room sound insulation
  • Shore power connection; 50/amp 125/250V
  • Mastervolt 100 amp built in battery charger
  • Navigation lights: running lights masthead anchor; tricolor steaming light and foredeck light
  • Raymarine depth sounder, speed log and wind speed indicator
  • Three independent bilges pump systems
  • Solid Drive steering system in lieu of chain and cable design
  • Freshwater hot and cold shower on stern platform
  • Stainless stern swim ladder
  • Inner Forestay Chain plate for optional inner forestay
Interior Features
  • European oak interior
  • Solid teak soles laid on sub-flooring with epoxy urethane coating and 7 layers of varnish
  • European oak doors and trim
  • Finely finished cabinetry with a choice of solid or louvered finish
  • Solid oak handrails throughout the interior for easy movement offshore
  • Abundant overhead hatches and ports for excellent ventilation
  • Epoxy sealed end grains and sub-flooring
  • All cabin sole pieces are positive locking for offshore passage making
  • All cabinets are finished throughout including complete interiors
  • All overhead headliner is easily removed
Plumbing
  • 275 Gallons of Total Fuel Tankage in four independent tanks
  • 280 Gallons of Total Water Tankage in four independent tanks
  • All tanks have easy access for inspection with dipsticks, threaded inspection port and larger inspection
  • Port for interior inspection and cleaning
  • Two independent Shurflow freshwater pump systems
  • Third manual freshwater pump, foot activated for freshwater accessed in the galley
  • All tankage for water and fuel is 316L stainless steel for best corrosion resistance
  • Two independent holding tanks, one dedicated to each head
  • 11 gallon hot water heater heated via engine driven system or AC supply
  • All through hull fittings are bronze with seacocks or valves and bonded
Galley
  • Galley is over 10.5’ in length with a walk through to the aft cabin offering total safety with room to brace on either tack while offshore
  • Ample cabinets, storage lockers and drawers including full length pantry for cutlery, cookware, and food storage
  • Slide out trash container with positive locking door
  • Force 10 three burner stove with propane monitor and 2 propane sensors
  • Two Vitrifrigo 180DRW two drawer refrigeration/freezer units 
  • Counter top recesses over stove allowing for stainless steel backsplash and increased counter space when in place
  • Manual foot pumps for fresh water
Nav Station
  • Full L shaped nav station with two desk areas and adjustable swivel chair
  • Dedicated computer desk with slide out computer shelf with book shelf above
  • Split instrument panel for access to wiring harness and connections
  • All instruments and systems well labeled inside and out and traced numerically
Aft Cabin
  • Queen size Aft Berth set centerline with split mattress and accompanying starboard side settee
  • Port and Starboard side hanging lockers with optional removable shelves
  • Full length deep hanging locker centerline
  • Portside vanity with fold up mirror and drawer with three separate cabinets
  • Cabinet or drawers available under owners berth
  • Separate owners shower stall
  • Washer/dryer located outboard of shower
  • Raritan Elegance electric toilet
  • 42 gallon dedicated holding tank with dual “Y” valve systems for direct overboard, deck pump
  • Out and direct pump out of holding tank overboard
Salon
  • Dinette table with inlay and folding corners to reduce table size. The table can also be lowered to coffee table height if desired. 
  • Full length starboard settee pulls out an additional 9” for a wide sea berth
  • All tankage in main salon is located below the sole allowing extensive storage under seating areas and behind the dinette and settee
  • Double walk through passageway offering optimal ventilation and movement throughout the interior
  • Two folding stools become footrests or cocktail tables
  • Maximum Headroom just under 7’
Forward Cabin
  • Centerline Berth with Lifting Top
  • Split cabinet doors or Two rows of drawers underneath berth with two separate isolated storage bins
  • Starboard and portside hanging lockers with removable shelves
  • Cabinets above the berth for added storage
Forward Head
  • Separate enclosed shower stall
  • Raritan Elegance electric toilet
  • 39 gallon dedicated holding tank with dual “Y” valve systems for direct over board, and deck pump out of holding tank
Portside Cabin

Portside cabin can be configured to be a private double stateroom, or crew's quarters with an upper and lower berth. The cabin to be used as a storage/utility room with a stainless steel workbench surface underneath the mattress.

Sailing Hardware
  • Selden anodized aluminum mast with triple spreader rig
  • Stainless wiring standing rigging with Sta-lock Mechanical fittings. No swage fittings at deck
  • Forward and aft lowers for rig stability with individual chain plates
  • Discontinuous rigging for optimal strength and increased hardware
  • In mast hydraulic mainsail furling
  • Furlex hydraulic roller furling forestay
  • Furlex hydraulic roller furling staysail
  • Doyle sails including mainsail, genoa, staysail
  • Primary and secondary main halyard
  • Primary and secondary genoa halyard
  • Halyard bales on forward dorades

 

Ground Tackle
  • RC12 Maxwell Nilsson windlass with chain feed and stainless steel plate for chain protection with bow controls and remoter cockpit windlass controls
  • Primary anchor, 100 lbs. Stainless Steel Ultra Anchor
  • Secondary anchor, Fortress Aluminum anchor
  • Primary anchor and tackle: 300’ system 40-3/8” galvanized Hi tensile chain
  • Secondary anchor and tackle: 50’ system 40-3/8” Hi tensile chain and 300’ of 5/8” anchor rode
  • Four dock lines, 2 x 35’ x 5/8” premium braid, 2 x 40’ x 5/8” premium braid
Disclaimer
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.

2008 Alerion Express 33

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Portsmouth, RI

Wing Song

$239,00014

This beautiful vessel is in True Bristol Condition.  Why spend twice as much on a new build when the recent updates to this gorgeous yacht put it in league with any new boat.  She has New Main Sail and a new Doyle Stack Pack.  Add that to the upgraded Hoyt Jib Boom and electric winches and you have a phenomenally easy single hand vessel.  Although the nearly effortless sailing can be done alone you will have plenty of room for company to relax as they enjoy the beauty of your new yacht.  The cockpit features comfortable bench seating with room for all your friends or room for even the tallest folks to lay in the sun and relax on the bench seating.  Because Wind Song has been stored in a climate controlled indoor storage and been newly Awlgripped,  job her brightwork and hull are pristine.  Her bottom has no unsightly paint buildup because she was soda blasted and newly primed and painted.  

Cape Yachts at South Wharf - South Dartmouth, MA is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Parker Marine Sales.

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Specifications

  • ModelExpress 33
  • Model Year2008
  • DesignerTPI design team
  • LOA33 ft
  • Engines Total Power20 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine Model34M20
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power20 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Alerion Express 33 Gallery

Manufacturer Description
  The Alerion Express 33 features a combination of modern underwater lines and a deck, cockpit, cabin and topside by the Pearson design Group has produced a yacht that lives up to the Herreshoff legacy of classic beauty. The amazing strength of a modern carbon fiber mast by Hall Spars safely allows the elimination of the backstay, which in turn frees the mainsail for significantly larger size and better aerodynamic shape-proven by record setting windsurfers, multihulls and America's Cup contenders. Sail control by electric winches enables one person to hoist, reef, trim and lower sail, all from the wheel station. With the patented Hoyt Jib Boom adding offwind power, this is a 2 sail, self tacking rig that projects more sail area than any ordinary rig with a 150% genoa. The payoff is excellent light wind and offwind speed-all easily single-handed. Sail tests indicate speed superior to the competition and all for more reasonable price.
Sail Area

Working Sail Area : 443.00 sq ft
Disclaimer
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.

1985 Hinckley Sou'wester 59

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Little Compton, RI

ECLIPSE

$368,5003

"Eclipse" comes on the market fully commissioned as sail-away ready. She should be considered for any yachtsman who wants to step aboard a boat that is ready to go, on either long-range voyages or day sails. Her current owners purchased her in 2008 and have spared no expense or effort to make sure she looks and performs not only as a classic but also a capable blue-water cruiser. 

 Significant Price Improvement - 5/2021

Cape Yachts at South Wharf - South Dartmouth, MA is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Northstar Yacht Sales, LLC.

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Specifications

  • BuilderHenry R. Hinckley & Co
  • ModelSou'wester 59
  • Model Year1985
  • DesignerMcCurdy & Rhodes
  • LOA59.25 ft
  • Engines Total Power135 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine Model4LHA-HTPC
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power135 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Hinckley Sou'wester 59 Gallery

Design Comments

“Eclipse” is hull #6 (5906) of the very popular Hinckley Sou'wester 59's designed by the esteemed naval architect firm of McCurdy & Rhodes. These boats were designed to be comfortable weekend cruisers and at the same time to be true "Blue Water" vessels with the capabilities to take their owners anywhere in the world in safety and comfort. Centerboard configuration offers a minimum draft of 6’-6” with board up and a maximum draft of 12’-6” with board down. A moderate fin keel and skeg hung rudder allows this boat to provide the sailing performance of a modern-day contemporary cruiser/racer while at the same time, providing more traditional hull lines above the waterline.

Color Layout

Hull: Flag blue (Awlgrip-2016)

Bootstripe: Triple white 

Covestripe: Gold style stripe

Bottom: Red (Seahawk Biocop TF anti-fouling, 2020)

Flat deck surfaces are Oyster white gel coat with contrasting tan diamond non-skid areas

Construction, Hull and Deck
  • Hand-laid fiberglass hull with Airexcore. Non-integral fiberglass fuel and water tanks. Skeg-mounted rudder. Fiberglass centerboard with a bronze leading edge. Fiberglass deck with molded non-skid surface bonded onto 7-½” recessed hull flange and thru-bolted on  8” centers. Lead (23,250 lb.) external keel ballast.

  • Stainless steel bow and stern pulpits

  • Stainless steel stem fitting and chainplates (all bolts replaced-2015)

  • Double stainless steel lifelines on stainless steel stanchions

  • Recessed ss genoa (all bolts replaced-2010)

  • Stainless steel toe rail tracks (all bolts replaced-2010)

  • Dodger in tan with front opening zipper, side grab bars, and overhead grab bar ( Hinckley-2016)

  • Aft cabin companionway dodger in tan (2018)

  • Brightwork and dorade box covers in off white

  • Cockpit cushions in dark tan

  • Varnished teak toe-rails, dorade boxes and lazarette hatches (stripped and varnished annually)

  • Stainless steel dorades and guards

  • (16) opening ports and hatches

  • (4) cabin deadlight cabin windows (replaced with ⅜” Lexan-2017)

  • Edson ss bracketed davit system (250 lb weight rating with positive locking Spinlockcam™  cam cleats)

  • Edson steering pedestal with double lever engine controls 

  • Yacht Specialties ss 40” destroyer wheel (wrapped)

  • 3-blade bronze Maxprop

  • 1-½” Aquamet 22 ss shaft 

  • Tri-colored led masthead light (2007)

  • Single ss anchor roller to starboard

  • Teak chain guard 

  • 60lb ss CQR anchor with 7/16’ all chain rode (300ft)

  • FRP stern bench with cup holders

  • (2) 12” ss forward cleats, (4) 10.5” ss midship cleats, (2) 12” ss stern cleats 

  • (2) 10.5” aluminum cleats on winch islands 

  • (2) 8’ ss cleats on mainsail track

  • (8) ss line chocks built into toe rail 

  • (3) cockpit pad eyes 

  • SS side swim ladder
  • Grated teak island steps to cockpit

  • Teak cockpit sole with self-draining scuppers

  • Large top-opening cockpit lazarette (piano-hinged)

  • (2) prisms in the cockpit sole for added lighting in the engine room below

  • Varnished helm seat

  • Teak grate helm booster step

  • Teak double folding cockpit table

  • Teak (4) cup storage on both sides of the pedestal

  • Teak deck chocks for spin pole & whisker pole

  • (2) foredeck prisms

Vessel Walkthrough and Interior Accommodations

The (3) staterooms, (3) head layout provides accommodations for 7 guests. Finished in varnished cherry with a teak and holly cabin sole, her interior has dark brown ultra-leather upholstery. Fiberglass white headliners throughout the interior. 

Walkthrough:

Starting aft in the owner’s suite:

The owner's suite is complete with a private head and two berths, double berth to port and single starboard. The private companionway aft has tread steps with built-in drawers and leads to the aft deck.

  • Storage is provided by lockers above the berths and drawers, (2) outboard lockers, the forward locker holds the washer dryer

  • Ventilated provided by (2) hatches, hella fans,& air conditioning

The owner's private head:

  • FRP flooring with teak slating

  • Stall shower- folding ss & glass doors, nozzle head, teak grab rails and non-skid floor area 

  • Vaccuflush head with control panel

  • Dedicated trash opening

  • Soap and saltwater pumps

  • White Formica countertop

Aft passageway:  Moving forward is the passageway toward the main salon area and cockpit access. 

  • Work area to starboard: large wet locker followed by a workbench with block top drawing table, storage below for large maps or tools

  • Across from the workbench is the air conditioning and generator control panel

  • The engine room is located inboard and houses all pumps, compressors, batteries and the engine

  • Dedicated tool storage on the door

  • Opening port in the passageway for additional light and ventilation

Navigation station:

To starboard is the forward-facing sit-down navigation station.

  • Leather cushioned seating with storage beneath 

  • Double overhead dome lights and swiveling spotlight

  • Varnished piano-hinged desktop with storage beneath  

  • Breaker panel with glass door 

  • Raymarine autohelm control, Furuno GPS, stereo head unit, radios

Galley:

The galley is located adjacent to the nav on the port side, directly behind the dinette settee.

  • Force-10 (3) burner gimbaled propane stove/ oven (2007)

  • GE Profile stainless microwave

  • Toploading Frigoboat 12v refrigerator and freezer w/ holding plates

  • White Formica countertops 

  • Double deep ss sinks with a nozzle head 

  • Salt and freshwater hand pumps

  • Cutting board with garbage storage beneath

  • Sliding cabinets throughout, pullout drawer inboard, dedicated paper towel, and knife storage 

  • Additional drawers and stowage areas have been incorporated throughout

  • Opening the portlight provides ventilation and light

  • Folding chef's chair 

Main salon:

The main salon has a custom u-shaped settee to port with a drop-leaf table that has storage inside for silverware or dishes. There is a centerline seat with large storage underneath. Additional storage is provided in outboard cabinets.

Unlike most SW-59’s, “Eclipse” offers a full-sized fixed settee to starboard, which converts to a double. 

Forward guest cabins & heads :

Next forward, step down to the port and starboard guest cabins that each have private heads. The cabins are separated by the lower mast partner, with grab rails on both sides. 

The port guest cabin is the smaller of the two. Over/ under bunks with a portlight, overhead hatch, and a small mirror station. The head is complete with a vacuflush toilet and a large wet locker. 

The starboard guest cabin is a bit larger. Over/under bunks, larger mirror station, and hanging locker. The starboard head also has a vacuflush toilet, cabinet storage, and access to the vessel’s forepeak.  

Sail Inventory and Rigging
  • (2) Mainsails mast furling- North Sails (2014)

  • (1) 155% genoa- North Sails 3DL

  • (1)140% genoa

  • (1) 135% genoa-North sails (2014)

  • (1) 100% genoa
  • Storm Jib

  • Trysail

  • Staysail

  • Aysm Spinnaker with sock (2014)

  • Keel stepped double-spreading Hood Stowaway mast (rewired, inspected, Awlgrip-2011)

  • Hood aluminum boom (Awlgrip-2011)

  • Standing rigging- stainless steel rod, 1x19  wire with bronze/ stainless steel turnbuckles and fittings (2007)

  • All running rigging was fully replaced in 2006, then replaced as needed (new spin halyard -2014)

  • Navtec hydraulic backstay tensioner and boom-vang w/ control panel under helm seating (rebuilt-2020)

  • Harken mainsail track & cars aft of the helm 

  • Harken roller furling head-stay (rebuilt- 2007)

  • Whisker pole- aluminum

  • Spin pole- carbon fiber

  • Barient self-tailing winches: (1) 48- electric center out-haul, (2) 28-secondaries, (4) 36-primaries, (3) 27- mast mounted
Electronics and Navigation Equipment
  • Raymarine E-120W  Radar, GPS, Chartplotter (2016)

  • 2GB Central and South America chart chip

  • Furuno GP-32 at nav station

  • Simrad AP26 autopilot 

  • Simrad 12v autopilot with ER20 remote

  • ICOM IC M170 single sideband

  • Uniden UM525 VHF radio at nav

  • Uniden remote VHF at the helm

  • Raymarine ST60+ depth, wind, speed (readouts portside of companionway)

  • Navpod mounted on binnacle grab bars 

  • Ritchie 6” Globemaster compass mounted on binnacle

  • Sony S-Drive AM/FM/CD/ USB connect- speakers controlled in the salon, aft cabin, and cockpit 

  • Global fix ACR EPIRB

 

 

Electrical, Plumbing and Mechanical Systems
  • Side-power 10-inch bow-thruster with control on the helm 

  • Northern Lights 12kw diesel generator (2116 Hours)

  • Marine Air Systems 16,000 BTU reverse cycle ac and heat (plumbing,120- volt pumps, and sea strainers, New-2007)

  • Prosine 2.0 200w charger/ inverter

  • Isotherm hot water heater (2012)

  • Racor fuel filter system hosed for engine and generator

  • 12v electric blower 

  • Vacuum gage on fuel filters (2015)

  • Nilsson V3000 vertical windlass w/ footswitch

  • Rule 2000 & 3700 bilge pumps on auto float switches 

  • (2) whale gusher manual diaphragm pumps

  • 3 Aluminum LPG tanks (spare for the grill) on a 12v switch

  • 12v saltwater deck washdown

  • 12v freshwater deck washdown

  • (2) forward toilets on own system

  • (1) toilet aft on separate (all toilets rebuilt-2007, new hoses-2012)

  • Foil-lined sound insulation in the engine and generator rooms

  • Lifeline AGM batteries: (7) 37 series house, (1) 40 series bow thruster, (1) 37 series generator, (2) 37 series engine

  • (2) OFP 10-gallon propane tanks in dedicated locker

  • 125v outlets in each cabin

  • (5) Hubbell outputs on starboard side cabin top

  • 12v Hella fans

 

Upgrades and Maintenance
  • Rebuilt steering ram (2018)

  • Rebuilt 12v motor in mast (2016)

  • New exhaust hoses main engine & generator (2013)

  • New cutlass bearing (2013)

  • Remove and clean black water tanks forward & aft (2012)

  • New steering cables and chain (2011)

  • Fuel, water, and black water tanks cleaned out (2010)

  • All seacocks replaced (2007)

 

Disclaimer
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.