2006 Tartan 3700

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Saint John's, NL

$203,056.50

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.

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.

2007 Hunter 41DS

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Burlington, VT

WINDWARD PASSAGE

$166,00011

2007 HUNTER 41 DS

  • Fresh water use – exclusively sailed on Lake Champlain since 2010
  • Custom canvas with full enclosure and screens for cockpit
  • Wind and Solar power charging systems
  • Custom RMC swing bow thruster installation
  • Inflatable dingy w/OB motor and transom mounted davits
  • Spacious layout with great live aboard potential
  • Well maintained and clean

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

  • Model41DS
  • Model Year2007
  • LOA41 ft
  • Engines Total Power56 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power56 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Hunter 41DS Gallery

Accommodations

3 Cabin layout.  Forward cabin with double pullman style berth to port.  Head located forward.  Main cabin is very spacious with wrap around seating to port and settee berth to starboard. Galley is located aft to port with Nav table opposite. Aft cabin and second head aft.

  • Sole TV 
  • Pioneer stereo system
  • (2) cockpit speakers mounted on cockpit arch
  • (2) Bose speakers, (2) pioneer speakers in main cabin

Galley

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

Forward Head

  • vanity and sink
  • hot and cold pressure water
  • privacy door
  • shower with wooden bench
  • electric head with deck pump out system

Aft Head

  • vanity and sink
  • hot and cold pressure water
  • privacy door
  • separate stall shower
  • electric head with deck pump out system
Electrical
  • 12v DC electrical system
  • (5) 12v batteries, all replaced New (2022)
  • battery parallel switch
  • Xantrex battery charger w/battery monitoring system
  • 110v AC system
  • shore power cord
  • solar panel
  • wind generator w/ Morningstar remote monitor
Mechanical
  • wheel steering, Lewmar folding helm
  • emergency tiller
  • bow thruster
  • automatic bilge pump
  • manual bilge pump
  • bilge blower
  • fire extinguisher
  • fuel filter
  • Airmar reverse cycle Air Conditioning,.  2 Zone system,1 for Aft cabin, and 1 for Fwd & Main Cabin
  • Wema group tank level indicator system, for water, fuel, waste
Navigation
  • compass
  • Raymarine below deck autopilot system w/handheld remote
  • depth sounder ST 60+
  • knot meter ST 60+
  • ICOM ICM422 VHF radio
  • wind speed ST 60+
  • Raymarine GPS E80 Chart plotter at helm
  • Radar
  • RMC Bow thruster, custom bow mounted swing system retracts into hull when not in use
Deck
  • electric windlass with foot controls
  • plow anchor with 50' chain and 250' rode
  • (6) fenders
  • (6) docklines
  • (6) life jackets
  • (2) life rings
  • walk through transom
  • Wooden double wide transom mounted stern seats
  • cockpit cushions for cockpit and stern seats
  • transom shower
  • Dodger
  • Bimini Top
  • Custom canvas will full enclosure for cockpit including separate screen panels for enclosure
  • Propane Grill
  • Steel cradle
Sails & Rigging

Aluminum mast with in mast mainsail furling system

  • Doyle Mainsail
  • Doyle Genoa
  • Spinnaker
  • Roller furling
  • boom vang
  • spinnaker gear
  • whisker pole
  • mainsheet traveller
  • (3) Lewmar 46ST, (1) Lewmar 40ST winches
  • (8) Spinlock XTS rope clutches on house top
Tender
  • Stainless Steel Ocean Marine transom mount Davits
  • Mercury Inflatable
  • Hangkai OB Motor
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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.

2005 Beneteau 44.7

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Chester, NS

Ramillies

$169,0008

Ramillies, is an excellent example of the popular racer-cruiser from the French builder Beneteau and designed by Farr and Associates.

Currently sailing the beautiful waters of Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia, Canada, this Beneteau First 44.7 was built in 2005 and has a extremely comfortable 3 cabin, 2 head layout with all the custom "go-fast" equipment to keep this boat competitive on the race course for years to come. As proof she has just kicked up her heels and won first place in her division in Chester Race Week, Canada's largest keelboat regatta held recently in Nova Scotia.

Owned by an experienced yachting family, who have cared for the boat thoroughly since purchase in 2012, this model features upgraded upholstery as well as a full 2020 UPGRADED electronics package including Garmin GPSMAP 8610, GNX 7 “ display GNX 21 and GMI/GNX wited Sailpack 52.

The cabin layout offers a double berth forward stateroom with an adjoining head with shower just forward. The port and starboard aft cabins offer double berths and share an aft head that is complete with shower as well. She is equipped with the shallow draft keel and upgraded aluminum Sparcraft rig. A Pro-Furl roller furling headstay, Quick Cover removable from the lazy-jacks on the main, Headstay furling cover and Harken 2-speed 53, electric halyard winch and 5 self-tailing winches make this an easy boat to cruise by a couple or the whole family.

For the racer, Ramillies is Ready: adjustable genoa leads, solid boom vang and a aluminum spinnaker pole and a sail inventory that is both extensive and up to date !

Topping this off, the owners have ordered, from North Sails, a NEW  Genoa Light/ Medium 3Di RAW 760 12,6000 Dpi to add to an already impressive sail inventory for the coming season.

In the current challenging environment, this vessel can actually be delivered to new owners in the US.

 

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 David Walters Yachts.

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Specifications

  • Model44.7
  • Model Year2005
  • LOA44.92 ft
  • Engines Total Power54 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power54 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Beneteau 44.7 Gallery

Accommodations
  • This version of the accommodation plan has 3 cabins (1 to the bow and two aft) and 2 heads.
  • It facilitates movement from one part of the boat to another, has great storage capacity and comfort and a sober atmosphere.
  • The woodwork is in pear-tree coloured Mukali wood with fiddles and mouldings in solid wood.
  • The light colour of the woodwork gives a greater feeling of space.
  • Storage: There are several storage spaces making life easier aboard. They are equipped with ventilation systems. (Some of the storage lockers are "removable"to help lighten the boat, which is necessary for regattas).
  • The locker catches are of the spring-loaded type.
  • Doors and door frames: Communicating door frames in moulded wood are very wide, allowing ease of movement throughout the boat.
  • The doors are locked by lever type spring locks, with independent locking device.
  • Flooring and leather work:
  • The cabin mattresses have removable covers(standard
  • version: ecru and blue spots) and the standard saloon cushions covered in un-dyed leather (Fiesta one foam) are easy to look after and stain/ water resistant.
  • The floor boards are made of varnished hydropont (marine quality) with a thin black line. They have an excellent finish, and are silent, easy to maintain, strong and insulating.
Galley
  • Headroom: 1.96 m
  • 1 size 4 hinged porthole with blind on side of coach roof
  • Laminated white worktop
  • High moulded wood fiddle around the worktop to prevent objects from falling. 
  • Double sink with mixer tap
  • Seawater foot pump or refrigerated cabinet drain by three-way sluice
  • Polyester 110 L insulated refrigerated cabinet
  • Waste bin on door under worktop.
  • Cabinet with storage shelves under worktop.
  • Gimballed 2 ring stove with oven/grill.
  • S/S stove protection bar/dishcloth rail.
  • Bottle storage.
  • Lateral storage spaces with doors along the hull above the worktop. One of these storage spaces can take a microwave (electric socket accessible) and a S/S paper towel holder.
  • Crumb collector in flooring
Cockpit
  • The cockpit is laid out in such a way that navigation and maneuvering are  easier with lots of storage space, sheets and halyards led back to the cockpit,etc.
  • The cockpit has 5 storage lockers: (the locker lids are made using injection techniques which gives them a perfect finish).
  • 2 extra deep stern lockers providing ample storage space.
  • 2 easy to access lateral lockers under the cockpit seats.
  • 1 storage box capable of holding two large capacity gas bottles.
  • There is a specific storage location,which is easy to get at,specially designed for the life raft (under the removable helmsman's seat).
  • The cockpit seats are covered in teak and the sides forming the back are reclining for extra comfort.
  • They are divided to provide the helmsman with better seating space (lined with teak).The seats are edged with "drainage grooves" for good water evacuation.
  • The cockpit is self-draining.
Electrical

POWER SUPPLY

  • The 12 V electric circuit is supplied by two 140 A start and service batteries.
  • The battery isolation switches (+/-), located in the aft cabin, protect the circuits
  • A voltmeter and ammeter enable good management of the battery installation.

ELECTRICAL NETWORK

  • Specific beams are inlaid in the deck to supply the integrated lighting in the deck head as well as various electrical appliances(pumps,windlass,navigation lights,etc.).
  • Pre-cabled sheaths are pre-positioned to make it easier to install options.

BATTERY CHARGING

  • By alternator (power depending on engine specifications) attached to the engine.
  • 120 V shore power supply (protected by a circuit breaker).

ELECTRICAL PANEL

  • A 12V backlit electric panel,16 functions(with labels and identification) is located above the chart table.
  • A cigarette lighter socket is located on the panel.
  • The electric panel provides power consumption information: the capacity of the various tanks can be visualized with a water gauge using a selector knob.\

LIGHTING & SOCKETS

  • 21 halogen lights (reading spotlights) diffuse light for greater comfort inside.
  • 5 power outlets have been installed(in the cabins,galley and above the chart table).
  • Navigation lights
  • Anchor light.
  • Steaming light.
Hull
  • The hull is made of solid GRP laminate. Hull capping and occasional reinforced areas (keel, rudder, chain plates, deck line), strengthen the overall structure.
  • The hull is optimally protected from osmosis phenomena,thanks to the application of vinylester resin precoating.
  • A structural solid laminate inner structural grid is achieved through the use of biaxial and unidirectional material. It is glued to the hull and randomly laminated. Its structural function is important, since it makes it possible to pick out all the pressure and stress points (chain plate, shroud, keel, and rudder tie rods, etc.) guaranteeing even distribution and less strain on the hull. It also ensures a good finish to the bilges and simplifies cleaning and maintenance.
  • The structural bulkheads made of marine plywood are sealed to the hull for extra rigidity.
  • The hull is white in color, with grey livery.
Deck
  • The deck is built in sandwich (fiberglass/balsa/GRP) for an optimal rigidity-lightness ratio.
  • There are solid laminate reinforcement areas under the deck gear (winches,tracks, chain plates,cleats).
  • All the working and movement areas on the deck have been given a non-skid gel coat pattern.
  • The whole of the deck has been given a solid laminate inner lining, including the structural beams, which are sealed to the deck to give a perfect finish(integrated lighting, finish, access to deck gear fitting screws,etc.)
Sail Inventory
  • New 2013 North Sails Main 3DL Hi- Performance TF 1 2 reefs 19600 Dpi
  • New 2013 North Sails Genoa Lt #1 no furling, 3Di. 153 % 16800 Dpi TF1
  • New 2014 North Sails Genoa #1 Furling, 3Di, 760 m ( Aramid/ Dyneema 14700 Dpi
  • New 2015 North Sails Jib #3 Furling, 3DL 860 (50:50 Carbon/Aramid M) \ 22,400 Dpi 
  • New 2014 North Sails Asymmetrical A-3 kite .75oz
  • New 2017 North Sails Asymmetrical  spinnaker A2  Medium air AIRX 650
  • New 2005 Doyle Sails Symmetrical spinnaker 0.6
  • New 2005 Doyle Sails Symmetrical spinnaker 0.75
  • New 2005 Doyle Sails Jib top reacher
  • New 2005 Doyle Sails Storm jib
  • Coming in 2021 New North Sails Genoa 3 Di Raw 760 12,600 Dpi
Manufacturer Provided Description

The feedback provided by over 550 owners of the First 40.7 has been instrumental for Farr Yacht Design and the Beneteau Design Team to create the NEW Beneteau First 44.7. The First 40.7, designed by the same team, is a world best seller with a record of race titles, including an IMS World Championship. Her success is not due to race results alone. The 40.7 offers rare versatility, outstanding value, and consistently high resale value as will the NEW Beneteau First 44.7.

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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.
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 Elan Impression 40

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Chester, NS

Istok

$255,903.4410

2016 ELAN IMPRESSION 40, located on Martinique, ready for ocean cruising or liveaboard.

3 cabin, 1 head version with 6+2 berths.

Maintained and well equipped for easy single handed sailing - Furling genoa, full batten main sail with 4 reefs, Spinnaker, Storm Jib, bow thruster, Webasto, B&G navigation package, electric winches, fridge, freezer, microwave, audio, bimini and sprayhood, solar panels, wind generator, inverters 110v and 230v, RIB dinghy and 20hp outboard, dinghy davitts, liferaft, large swimming platform, reinforced cleats,  and much more.

 

The Impression 40, a most impressive sailing yacht is designed to satisfy even the most demanding cruising families, friends and couples who really appreciate the distinctive design, style and comfort. Her welcoming Deck Saloon provides abundant natural light through the panoramic windows. The Impression 40 offers exceptional interior volume and quality finish combined with safe and easy handling whilst under sail.

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

  • ModelImpression 40
  • Model Year2016
  • LOA39 ft
  • Engines Total Power40 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandVolvo
  • Engine ModelD2-40B
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power40 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Elan Impression 40 Gallery

Dimensions

LOA: 39' 

LWL: 32' 10"

Beam: 12' 10"

Draft: 5' 11"

Bridge Clearance: 57' 9"

Ballast: 5,600 lbs

Dry Weight: 18,400 lbs

Designer: Rob Humphrey's

Builder: Elan

Model: Elan Impression 40

Deck

White fiberglass hull

White fiberglass non-skid deck

Fiberglass bottom

Double lifelines

Cockpit in teak

Stainless steel arch with solar panels, dinghy davitts, outboard motor crane

Folding cockpit table

2 Steering wheels Lewmar

6x Reinforced Cleats with backing plates and Mooring ropes

Large stern platform with Stern shower

Deck wash system

Extra ventilation

Anchor Rocna 20kg with 70m chain and 30m kevlar rope

Spare anchors Delta 16kg with spare chain and Danforth

Liferaft Lalizas 8 person, ocean class, SOLAS

Dinghy TranSea RIB, hypalon 3.6m with Mercury 20Hp outboard (NEW IN 2020)

Propane locker (ventilated) and spare propane tanks

Winches:

2x Sheet winches Harken ST46.2 self tailing

2x Halliard winches Harken 40RWA12H self tailing, electric, reversable

2x Mast winches Harken ST40.2 self tailing

Rigging

Aluminium mast Selden with 2 spreaders

Aluminium boom Selden with Rodkicker and Boom brake

Aluminium spinnaker boom

Deck hardware Selden, Harken

Roller furler Furlex 304S

Extra jammers Spinlock

Spinnaker sheets

Sheet bags and Haliard bags

Engines

"VOLVO PENTA D2-40" 400hrs (MDI unit was replaced at 900Hrs by Volvo Penta warranty) 29 kW / 40 HP with Saildrive and "Flex-o-fold" folding 3 blade propeller

FUEL CAPACITY 165 liters / 38 US gal

Fuel circulation (prime) pump 12v and Water separator

Exhaust fan in engine room

Flow sensor for salt water circuit

NMEA2000 integration

Fuel transfer pump to transfer fuel from jerrycans to the tank.

Spare Starter and Alternator

Tankage

Fuel tank capacity 165 liters / 38 US gal

Fresh water tank capacity (l): 520 liters / 137 US gal

Holding tank 110 liters / 29 US gal

Accommodations

3 cabins, 6+2 berths

U-shaped saloon settee with one linear saloon seat and table

Forecabin with double bed, hanging lockers

2 Aftcabins with double beds, lockers

1 Head with Jabsco manual toilet, washbasin and shower

Curtains for every portlights and hatches

Dimmable interior lights

Reading lights

Galley

L-shaped galley

12v Watermaker (desolator) Spectra 60L/h

12v Refrigerator

12v Freezer

Salt water pump

2 Burner gas stove with oven

Microwave, Kettle, Breadmaker, Cookware, Dishes, Silverware

Lots of storage space

Electronics

Navigation instruments B&G

Autopilot B&G with wireless remote controll

Primary GPS chartplotter B&G Zeus3 7 at the helm

Secondary GPS chartplotter B&G Zeus2 7 at the helm

Additional GPS chartplotter B&G Vulcan9 at the navigation station (NEW IN 2020)

2x B&G Triton display

Radar B&G Halo24 (NEW IN 2020)

AIS transmitter B&G NAIS 500 with VHF antenna splitter

Emergency VHF radio

Sonar Forward Scan B&G

Depth/Speed sensor B&G DST200

Compass B&G

Fusion audio system with phone dock

Compass Zenith

Sails & Rigging

 

Full batten mainsail 37.9 m2/ 407'9'' sq ft with 4 reefs and single line reefing system leads in to the cockpit

Lazybag and lazyjacks

Roll Genoa 38.1 m2 / 410'1'' sq ft

Spinnaker 98.0 m2 / 1054'8'' sq ft

Storm Jib 10m2 / 98 sq ft

 

2 Harken ST46.2 self tailing sheet winches

2 Harken 40RWA12H self tailing, electric, reversible haylard winches

2 Harken ST40.2 self tailing mast winches

Electrical

Lithium Batteries(LiFePO4) 540Ah house bank integrated in to the electrical system and supercapasitors for engine starting. Super safe and reliable.

Bow thruster Quick 3300W

Heating Webasto AirTopEvo 5kW

Water heater Quick 800W

Electric windlass Quick with remote control and chaincounter

Electric winches Harken ST40.2 reversable

Radio with phone dock

Battery charger 230V 60A

Shore power connection 230V

Inverter VICTRON 230V 2kW and outlets in every cabin, galley, salon, head, cockpit

Shore power connection 110V

Inverter-charger VICTRON 110V 3kW and outlets in every cabin, galley, salon, head, cockpit

4x 160W and 4x100W Solar panels and 2x Victron Bluesolar 50A MPPT charge controllers with controll display (average daily charge 4.5kWh covers all the electrical needs)

Silentwind 400W Wind generator

Extra lights in cabins, galley, salon, cockpit

12v Fuel transfer pump for spill free jerrycan transfer, even in rough sea conditions

12v Automatic bilge pump

Additional Information

Bimini top

Sprayhood

Full deck cover for storage

Swimming ladder

Large swimming platform in teak

Stainless steel handrails instead of lifelines

Fenders

Safety equipment

EPIRB (registered in Canada)

Jerrycans

TV antena on top of the mast

Air compressor

Vacuum cleaner

Tools

Spare propeller, filters, hardware

Bedding

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

Contact Our Cape Yachts Professionals

Chester, NS

Morning Star

$775,00010

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)

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.

2007 J Boats J/109

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Chester, NS

WISC

$159,0009

For those sailors looking for the perfect balance of performance sailing and comfortable cruising, the J/109 perhaps best embodies these characteristics in a manageable size for a couple or a family.

Highly competitive under many handicap systems, this 35'er has had success all over North America and in Europe.

Comfortable to cruise with two cabins, large storage areas and proper sea berths. Her ergonomic cockpit is a pleasure to day sail or distance cruise in.

"WISC" has been locally sailed in Nova Scotia for over ten seasons with careful owners.

 

 

 

 

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

  • ModelJ/109
  • Model Year2007
  • DesignerRod Johnstone
  • LOA35 ft
  • Engines Total Power27 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power27 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

J Boats J/109 Gallery

Overview

The J/109 features the popular carbon fiber retractable bowsprit and asymmetric spinnaker system and a versatile 2-cabin interior layout with standing headroom.

She is designed with a very low VCG, long waterline, and generous sailplan with the horsepower for competitive racing and stability for relaxed cruising when the racing crew is not aboard.

The J/109 fits within the current J/Boat sprit range as a stable, easy-to-sail performance boat with the interior volume necessary for comfortable cruising and a great dual purpose deck layout.

The sleek profile and generous sailplan give one an immediate sense of the speed potential of the J/109. The hull profile reveals a long waterline, low wetted surface and a low VCG fin keel (7 feet), designed for excellent stability when sailing short-handed.

The deck/cockpit layout is a cross between the J/105 and J/120, the two J/stable-mates that clearly bracket the targeted market for the J/109. Sail handling systems follow the J philosophy of keeping things easy. Halyards and reef lines are cockpit led, mainsheet controls are within reach of the wheel, and inboard sheeting tracks permit the use of both overlapping and non-overlapping headsails.

There is ample on-deck stowage, thanks to the removable transom locker, cockpit seat locker and a bow compartment large enough for both the anchor rode and the asymmetric spinnaker.

The interior is European-style with two private sleeping cabins and an option for a pull-out double in the large main cabin. The L-shaped galley includes a double sink, 2-burner propane stove and a pressure water system. Espar diesel heating system plumbed to sleeping cabins and main cabin. Navy blue fabric cushions throughout. Teak & holly cabin sole. Eight opening ports with screens.

The nav station is a large sit-down forward-facing console with abundant space for instrument displays. The head is conveniently located aft near the companionway, providing easy access from the cockpit while underway. Mascerator new 2017.

Engine Electrical

Yanmar 3MY30 27hp inboard diesel w/@1,200 hrs use at time of listing; 24 USGal aluminum fuel tank; cruise at 7Kn at 3,000RPM, 8Kn at WOT.

Electrical system is 12v/110v operated via Shorepower cord or via Balmar 70-110 engine alternator. Three Surrette Rolls batteries 12v S Series 27 S12-116AGM; 2 50' Shorepower Cords, Prosine 2.0 Inverter/Charger; ProSafe One Galvanic Isolator; Xantrex LinkPro battery monitor; LED nav & cabin lights.

Electronics

Garmin GPS Map 5000 MFD at helm in nav pod; Garmin radar on self levelling backstay mount; Nexus sailing instruments; Nexus under deck autopilot; Standard Horizon Quest-X GX1500S VHF with masthead antenna; Remote Mic in cockpit; Clarion stereo w/cabin & cockpit speakers.

Sail Area

IJPE : 644.00 sq ft
I : 46.50 ft
J : 13.33 ft
P : 43.25 ft
E : 15.50 ft
Working Sail Area : 644.00 sq ft
Sails Rigging

Keel stepped aluminum two spreader mast with boom; Navtec rod rigging; dacron running rigging; Harken adjustable jib tracks; Harken mainsheet traveller; Sailtech hydraulic backstay adjuster; asymmetrical spinnaker gear with retractable carbon fibre sprit pole; top down fuller new 2017; Harken Mk3 furling forestay; Spinlock stoppers; Harken selftailing two speed winches.

Sail inventory as follows:

Spinnakers
1 x heavy air (came with boat in 2015, used 10-15 times; good condition)
1 x medium air (came with boat in 2015, not used since; good condition)
1 x light air (came with boat in 2015, not used since; good condition)
Headsails
1 x Quantum dacron 100% jib (new in 2018; excellent condition)
2 x laminated 100% jibs (came with boat in 2015, used <5 times; good condition)
1 x laminated 130% jib (came with boat in 2015, used x 3-4 years; poor condition)
1 x laminated 150% genoa (came with boat in 2015, used <5 times; good condition)
Mainsails
1 x Quantum dacron main (new in 2019; excellent condition)
1 x North laminated main (came with boat in 2015, used x 3-4 years; poor condition)
1 x North laminated main (came with boat in 2015, used <5 times; good condition)

Cadet Gray Mainsail cover.

Factory Options

Systems Group includes HW system & cockpit shower

Convenience Light Package w/all lights converted to LED 2019

Racing Package including Harken adjustable genoa lead system with additional jib halyard and Harken mast base blocks

Marina Group w/shorepower, cord and five GFI protected 11ov outlets

Two burner Force 10 propane stove w/oven

P & S boarding gates

Bow anchor roller

DEALER OPTIONS

Espar diesel furnace

Solar vent in main cabin hatch

Two manual bilge pumps; jack lines & fixed point attachments

MOM 8

EPIRB

 

 

 

 

Additional

Deck box(removable)

Padded lifelines

Dodger

30# Plow anchor w/60' chain and 150' nylon rode

25# Danforth w/20' chain and 100' braided rode

Six Lifejackets

Five Fenders

Fender board

Flares

Emergency Tiller

Radar reflector

MOM 8 (serviced 2021)

Lifesling

Four fire extinguishers

BBQ

Winter cover

Cradle

Air horn

Cockpit cushions

Seabright 270H hypalon inflatable (2019)

Tohatsu 4.5hp outboard (2019)

Blue Performance cockpit bags (2)

Blue Performance winch handle holders (2)

Drink holders on binnacle

 

 

 

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.

2000 Cabo Rico 42

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Chester, NS

Tai Chi

$265,0008

"Tai Chi" is hull #1 of 18 Cabo Rico 42's built. She has been the subject of magazine reviews during the introductory year of the 42 model and as such was finished to a high standard as the builder's "show boat".

In the Cabo Rico 42, fast performance requirements are pushed even further without compromising Cabo Rico's firm commitment to cruising yachts that are safe and comfortable in all conditions, yet easy to handle at sea.

The blend of traditional elements with the latest thinking and computerized design techniques has created a very special yacht that accomplishes these goals.

She's fast, safe, comfortable, and easy to handle alone. Below is found a sensible seagoing interior with two private staterooms, a good navigation station, and many thoughtful features, including a special dish-drying locker in the large galley.

Half of her life has been spent in freshwater regions and as such, she shows like a younger vessel.

Her current (third) owners have cruised her since their purchase in 2009 both down island and of late, further north into the uncrowded cruising coves of Newfoundland.

Not launched in 2020 due to Covid restrictions she was sailed from Lewisporte, NL to Chester, NS this summer. Currently on the hard, under cover, available for detailed inspections. A detailed SAMS pre purchase survey was completed at the owners request in September 2021. Survey is available for review on request.

For sailors looking for old world craftsmanship, real solid wood finishes, impeccable joinery and finish, the Cabo Rico has few peers. Almost impossible to replace in today save for a few semi custom builders. 

Her features and specifications are detailed under the Additional Information section; resulting questions on any aspect of her inventory or history should be directed to the listing broker via our Contact Us link. 

 

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

  • Model42
  • Model Year2000
  • DesignerChuck Paine
  • LOA42 ft

Cabo Rico 42 Gallery

Deck and Hull


• White, modified-full keel hull w/dark blue boot and cove stripes, navy blue canvas.
• Non-skid area tan colored on fiberglass decks
• Hull & deck construction: hand laid solid fiberglass, sanded between each cured layer;
• Hull cored with Corecell providing thermal & sound insulation properties.
• Deck cored with 1/12" Baltek balsa core sandwiched between 1808 stitched cloth
• Solid fiberglass construction in way of thru bolted hardware
• ISO-NPG gelcoat & interior hull surfaces are gel-coated (gray)
• Hull to deck joint is well done w/raised bulwark flange, attached to internal flange using 3m 5200 marine sealant/adhesive, S/S
• 1/4-20 bolts with washers & aircraft locking nuts
• Keel internal, encapsulated ballast
• Rudder is solid fiberglass with 3/8 X 3" extra strong "Core 10" rudder skeleton
• Rudder post is made of 1 1/2" Aquamet 22 solid S/S
• Molded in rub rails with S/S strike rails
• Heavy teak cap rails, including transom
• Teak sheathed bow pulpit with 2 S/S anchor roller assemblies
• Covers (Sunbrella) for pedestal and hatches
• Barrier coats on bottom: Micron C Antifouling bottom paint

 

Cockpit

• Edson pedestal w/36” teak wheel steering w/Elkhide cover
• Newgen3 Navpod with instruments
• Full cockpit enclosure with cortex thread and strataglass vinyl (2011)
• Custom cockpit cushions
• Teak table, pedestal mounted w/drop leaves
• Bose speakers

Accommodations


• Sleeps a total of 7 in a forward and aft stateroom and in the saloon.
• Queen V berth with a custom plush mattress is forward in the master stateroom between built-in, teak-fronted stowage lockers.
• Spacious head with stowage and a separate shower stall with teak grating.
• Further aft is the saloon with a u-shaped dinette that seats 6 comfortably or sleeps a couple. More stowage is located in the teak dinette table.
• Starboard side and across from the dinette is the settee. Both are covered in navy fabric cushions. The starboard settee is equipped with lee clothes for offshore sleeping.
• More teak stowage lockers, drawers and bookshelves are located outboard and under the settees.
• Starboard at the foot of the companionway steps is the nav station designed for utility and comfort.
• Aft of the nav station and starboard side is the guest stateroom. It has double berth with stowage below, portlights and hatches above for ample ventilation. A hanging locker offers more stowage.
• Located starboard side across from the Nav station, is the large, u-shaped galley features great utility in a seaway, or ease and practicality in a slip or swinging on the anchor. 

Interior Extras
• Fusion 650 Entertainment System (2015)
• Bose Speakers, main saloon
• ESPAR heater, cabin, 11,000 BTU (rebuilt in 2018)
• CruiseAir 12000 BTU air conditioning unit
• Hinged floor hatches
• Magazine rack, fwd end of STB Settee
• Full length mirror - forward cabin
• Top Access hatch Nav. Seat - Hinged & Latched
• Fans, Hella 2 speed (6)
• Chelsea Clock(currently not working) & Barometer
• Two Oil Gimballed oil lamps
• Handcraft Queen V-Berth mattress 6 1/2" Latex Plush

 

 

Ventilation


• 12 opening Ports S/S with screens
• 6 opening Lewmar Hatches with screens (replaced 2016)
• 4 dorades S/S with teak boxes and S/S guard

Electrical


• Trace Inverter/Charger, 2500 watts and remote control
• Heart Interface Link 20 battery monitor
• Blue Sea Systems SI-ACR automatic charging relay with start isolation
• Rutland 914i Wind generator
• 30 & 50 amp shore power service
• Two 50’ Shore power cords
• T-400A fuse added to protect against short/discharge of house bank of batteries (2017)
• Six Northstar AGM house batteries: Group 31 102AH capacity 612 AH – 2016
• One 12V Northstar Engine starter battery (2017)
• Battery switches, house & engine
• Trina Solar panel 185w (2012)
• LG Solar panel 315w (2017)
• Two Victron Bluesolar MPPT Solar Controllers (one 100/30 and one 75/15), both with dongles for remote charging and battery monitoring from cell phone -2017
• Five Maretron tank gauges (two water, two diesel and one holding tank) - 2016
• Maretron tank monitor (at nav station) – 2016
• Eight Dome lights (Red/White) (LED) - 2012
• Masthead tricolor sailing light (LED) - 2016
• Masthead anchor light (LED) - 2016
• Foredeck light
• Spreader lights
• Steaming light
• Lightening protection device: No Strike
• Dynaplate bronze grounding system

Galley


• Sea Frost refrigeration system w/ separate freezer - two compressors - 2012
• Manual refrigerator drainage pump
• Teak overhead galley cabinet
• Teak galley package which includes sink covers w/ rack & stove tray
• Teak spice rack
• Corian countertops
• Deep dual stainless-steel sinks
• Water filter, manual pump
• Teak cabinet, overhead
• Teak galley pkg: Sink covers w/rack & stove tray
• Teak spice rack • Force 10 3 burner gimballed stove w/ oven.
• Solenoid shut off valve.
• Hot & cold pressurized water system
• Freshwater foot pump with AquaPure filter
• 2 X 10lb. propane tanks stored in vented flush deck lockers in deck area aft of the cockpit

 

Sails and Rigging


• Hood Vectran Sails (Full Batten Main with three reefs, 120 Genoa, Staysail)
• North Sail G-Series Gennaker - Norlon 0.75 oz
• Harken Bat cars
• Dutchman System
• 32 mm Track Slide for Asymmetrical Spinnaker
• Professionally rigged boom preventor (from aft-end of boom)
• Maxi Braid Puls 3/8" Red Tack Line for Asymmetrical
• Maxi Braid Plus 3/8 Green Asymmetrical Sheet w/Trigger Snap Shackle


Standing/Running/ Sail Equipment
• Genoa Furling Reefing System, Profurl
• Staysail Furling System, Profurl
• Stow Tensioner for Intermediate Backstay
• Winch, Electric on Coach Roof, Lewmar 40 CCSTE
• Winches, Primaries, Lewmar Ocean 54 CCST (2) - Upgrade
• Winches, Secondaries, Lewmar Ocean Series 44 CCST (2)
• Halyard, Spare Genoa Halyard with Cleat
• Halyard, Spinnaker on Masthead Crane
• Boom Topping Lift Oversize as 2nd Mainsail Halyard
• Halyards, Flag, Port & Starboard, with Blocks
• Lights, Masthead Strobe & Sailing Light
• Combined TriColour Navigation Light and combined Anchor/Strobe TDH/SW/S 40 with quicfits (upgraded to LED – 2016)
• Lights, Spreader (P & S) •
• Mainsail cover
• Pedestal cover
• Dodger Elkhide Grab Strip
• All lines lead aft through two banks of stoppers placed on coach roof in cockpit, making it possible to carry out all mainsail adjustments & reefing single handed without leaving safety of cockpit

 

Electronics


• Cockpit chartplotter: Raymarine eS127 Multifunction Display (MFD) - 2016
• Nav table chartplotter: Raymarine a98 Multifunction Display (MFD) - 2016
• IC M710 Single Side Band Radio (with Pactor III Modem and supplementary backplanes, upgraded in 2012)
• Icom M504A VHF Radio – 2013 (nav station)
• Icom Command Mic III (cockpit)
• Waterproof, floatable Hand-held VHF radio
• Speco PA speaker (loud-hailer on mast)
• Icom MA-500TR AIS Transponder - 2012
• SI-TEX MDA-3 Metadata Zero Loss AIS Antenna Splitter
• Simrad Robertson 2000MK2L Hydraulic Linear Drive AP20 Autopilot
• Simrad Robertson AS RFC35R Rate Compass
• Simrad Robertson AS RF300 Rudder Feedback
• Ritchie compass, with light
• Thru-Hull Depth Transducer
• Raytheon ST60 Depth Instrument
• Raytheon ST60 Speed Instrument
• Raymarine Wind Vane (replaced in 2013)
• Raytheon ST60 Wind Instrument
• Raytheon ST60 Multi-Instrument
• Airmar Speed/Temperature Sensor with Valve
• Digital Radar: Raymarine Quantum mounted on mast - 2016
• Radar reflector
• Raymarine SeaTalk-STNG-Converter - 2016
• Raymarine multifunction displays – 2016 (two – cockpit and nav station)
• Raymarine EV-1 Course Computer - 2016
• Raymarine iTC5 Converter – 2016
• NEMA-2000 backbone - 2016
• Bad Boy Extreme WiFi antenna - 2013
• Bad Boy Unleashed Wi-Fi Broadcaster - 2013
• Bose 131 Marine Speakers (two in cockpit and two in salon)

Engine

• Total Power: 56 HP
• Yanmar 4JH-2TE – turbo diesel inboard engine
• Engine Hours: 3470
• All four engine motor mounts replaced in 2017
• Shaft removed and checked for any bends – well within spec
• HBW250 2.0R reduction transmission. S/N: 15947.
• Ventilation is by 12 – volt electric blower. The engine is heat exchanger cooled with a “UL” raw water strainer.
• Pick – up is via a sea valve below the galley
• Cutless bearing (replaced in spring of 2013)
• PSS Dripless seal (replaced in 2013) and stuffing Box 1 1/4" x 2 1/2
• Propeller: MaxProp VP 3 blade auto-feathering propeller (factory rebuilt in 2017)
• Aquamaax 160 Amp Alternator with Serpentine belt (installed in 2014)
• Balmar MC512 Maxcharge voltage regulator
• Fuel transfer pump to move diesel between tanks, electric
• Racor fuel filter

Water Systems

 

  • Watermaker: Spectra 12 VDC (Clark pump factory rebuilt, new filter and two new feed pumps – 2018)
  • Water heater, Seaward 6 gallon (replaced 2014)
  • Fresh water pressure system (almost all hot and cold water lines replace with blue and red PEC lines – 2010)
  • Freshwater foot pump in galley sink goes through and AquaPure water filter
  • Hot and cold-water shower in cockpit
  • Note:  In 2009, our first Canadian winter with the boat, all thru hulls were equipped with y valves and extra hoses which makes it very easy to winterize all systems (engine, air conditioning, water lines, etc)
  • Pump and hose for saltwater deck wash at the bow
Safety and Offshore Equipment


• EPIRB: 406MHz ACR Global Fix (replaced in 2019)
• SPOT Satellite Emergency locator / messenger
• LPG locker - vented port & stbd (for 2-10lb tanks)
• Pulpits, S/S double railed, bow & stern
• Lifelines: Heavy S/S lifeline stanchions, bulwark side-mounted
• Paratech Sea Anchor
• Bolt cutters for cutting away rigging
• Port & starboard lifeline gates w/safety hooks
• Stern rigid rail gate
• S/S & folding ladder
• Emergency Tiller
• Drop boards in addition to companionway doors
• Third reef in main sail in lieu of storm trysail
• Tethers, jacklines, throwlines, life ring with light etc.
• Deep bilge with three bilge pumps (regular electrical, manual, emergency electrical) and high water alarm

Anchors and Mooring Gear


• Spade S120 55 lb anchor (2012)
• Primary anchor chain - 338' of G4 5/16" chain - working load is 3660 lbs
• Delta 45 lb anchor 100' Chain/150' rode
• Fortress FX23 anchor on back rail with 150 ft of rode.
• (7) 12" S/S mooring cleats w/adjacent S/S hawseholes
• S/S bow facing plates on anchor platform w/double anchor rollers
• Windlass: Muir 12 BDC w/overload 1600 electric, w/ remote

Additional


• Kato S/S Dinghy davits
• Outboard mount with pole and pulley lift system (2012)
• Magma propane grill
• Shower, hot and cold fresh-water in cockpit
• Shaped helmsman seat
• Teak flagstaff w/S/S socket
• Fenders (4), Fender Balls (2), Taylor Made (2), Dock lines (6)

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.

1986 Custom McCurdy and Rhodes 56

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Cheticamp, NS

Aspy Rose

$374,215.1014

"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

Custom McCurdy and Rhodes 56 Gallery

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.

2006 Custom Seakindly Marine Tucker 43-47

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Bridgewater, NS

MELODEON

$271,452.407

DETAILS TO COME!

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

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

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 43-47
  • Model Year2006
  • LOA47 ft
  • Engines Total Power200 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandVolvo Penta
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power200 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Custom Seakindly Marine Tucker 43-47 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.

1997 Custom VOR 60

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Québec, QC

El Unicornio

$177,6981

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

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 Courtage BLyacht.

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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.

2000 Endeavour Catamaran 36

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Delaware City, DE

Jimannie

$150,0006

Jimannie is a spacious and comfortable catamaran that is absolutely blue water capable and a great option for a full time live aboard or Caribbean cruiser. With 3 separate queen sized berths, a full galley, water maker and generator, Jimannie can surely accommodate your needs. This boat has more than enough room to spread out and find comfort while cruising the waterways and with all lines leading to the helm, it's an easy boat to sail, even with just one person.

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 Curtis Stokes & Associates.

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Specifications

  • Model36
  • Model Year2000
  • LOA36 ft
  • Engines Total Power58 hp
  • Number of Engines2
  • Engine BrandVolvo
  • Engine ModelMD2030
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power29 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Endeavour Catamaran 36 Gallery

Deck

The deck space for Jimannie is split into two main decks, the bow and the aft, by the mast. 

The aft deck starts with a boarding ladder and swim platform which gives access to the main aft deck entrance with a removable deck separator. Above the swim platform there is a dinghy davit which allows for easy access to hoist and store the dinghy while underway. The aft deck offers a large deck hatch with ample storage space for an outboard, cushions, Bimini covers, and other deck supplies. The entire aft deck has the ability to be covered by a Bimini top by offering two separate Bimini frames. forward of the deck hatch is the seating area with an extendable table that can easily accommodate 4-6 people. Along with the cushioned bench seating around the table area, Jimannie offers a helm seat for navigating as well a matching mate's seat across the deck companionway which could be used by a guest while navigating. All sailing lines lead back to the helm which allows the boat to be easily sailed, even single handed. There are multiple deck speakers as well as raised hatches that open outwards and give access to the guest cabins.

The helm offers an oversized steering wheel, Volvo Penta controls and gauges, Simrad electronics and a Ritchie compass.

The bow deck offers a lot of open space and features two large storage hatches, anchor with ground tackle leading to the anchor locker & windlass foot controls. There are also two windows that open outward and give access to the master sweet.

All rigging and sails are said to be in good condition

Galley

As you enter the boat, the galley can be found off to the port side and covers that entire side of the boat for the length of the salon.

walking down the steps to the galley, the refrigerator with a separate enclosed freezer will be directly in front of you. The fridge and freezer are larger than what you would generally find on a boat of this size but would not be considered a full-size. Over top of the refrigerator is an open shelf which will be great for storage. Directly underneath the fridge are a pair of dual cabinets which allow for four separate storage spaces.

Moving on from the fridge and walking towards the bow, there is a small section of counter top space with a pull out drawer below and a hinged cabinet below that.

The boat also has a double burner Hillerange gas stove top and gas oven. The stove top has a matching counter top piece that covers the stove when not in use.

Closer towards the bow, you have another open counter top space with storage below it and then a double sink. 

The galley also offers cabinets overhead of the counter tops, sink, and stove. 

On the opposite side of the galley there is a GE turntable microwave as well.

Salon

Entering the salon of the boat, you walk down to wooden steps from the helm area out on the deck. 

directly in front of you looking towards the bow of the boat is a large L-shaped settee and a large dinette table that folds open to accommodate for extra room when not in use. Towards the starboard side of the salon and aft of the table is another fixed seating area. 

Exiting the salon through the starboard companionway, there are two more steps that take you down and give access to the boats breaker panel. Turning aft from the companionway will take you to 1 of 2 private guestrooms. If you head towards the bow from the companionway you will enter the head, which has its own separate and enclosed shower. Beyond the head is another private room which is being used as a workspace/office and houses the generator for the boat.

If you exit the salon from the port side, 2 steps will take you down into the beginning of the galley. Aft of the galley is the second private guest room which again comfortable can accommodate 2. If you head towards the bow from the companionway, you again walk through the galley into a separate room which leads to the master suite that sits athwartship in the bow of the boat. This sleeping area can accommodate 2 also has a small storage area and room before you climb onto the mattress on a 2 step ladder.

Accommodations

Jimannie really utilizes the available space onboard and can comfortable sleep 6 or more people. The boat offers 3 different, private rooms. Each of which have custom mattresses to accommodate those staying onboard. 

Aft of both the port and starboard companionways you will find two twin guest rooms, both with private access and hinged doors. each room has a sleeping area for 2 guests on a raised platform which can be found over the port and starboard engines. The rooms are nearly identical in accommodations and offer multiple windows and an overhead hatch for lighting, a large hanging storage locker, 3 other cabinets, a small nightstand, two 12V outlets as well as an overhead light and a small fan.

The master suite is can be found forward of the salon area and can be left open or has the ability to close a doorway and large window access for privacy. The suite offers a small standing room, forward of the galley which has a large hanging locker, padded seating area, dual drawers and a small step to get onto the mattress. This is the biggest sleeping area on the boat with a custom twin mattress and a padded, angled wall which faces the TV and allows for the area to transform into a lounge when not being slept in. There are wooden shudders which are able to close the access from the salon and allow for added privacy. This area also offers 2 windows for natural light, a fan and ceiling light, as well as storage space all along the forward bulkhead.

Tankage

The boat estimated to have a fuel tank that holds 60 gallons

A holding tank that can hold 30 gallons

& a freshwater tank that holds 90 gallons.

The boat also is reported to have a water maker onboard. 

Engines

Jimannie is equipped with two Vovlo Penta MD2030's

The engine hours are estimated to have just under 400 hours on each engine.

The boat is equipped with sail drives and reportedly has new props.

According to the current owner, the starboard engine has a misfire on piston #2 so doing your due diligence for repair/maintenance would be required. Obviously this affects the overall price of the boat so offers to negotiate are encouraged

Technology

The boat is equipped with nearly everything you would need for offshore sailing.

SIMRAD Robertson AP20 autopilot system

SIMRAD CA44 

2x SIMRAD IS15

Volvo Penta Controls

Ritchie Compass

VHF

Extras

The boat is offered with an extraordinary amount of extras including the dinghy, outboard, spare anchor, tons of tools and spare parts. She comes with her dock lines, bumpers, life jackets, safety equipment. Manuals for all the systems are reported to be on board. The boat does have a water maker as well.

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.

1947 Sparkman & Stephens Nevins Sloop

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Newport, RI

COURAGEOUS

$195,0009

Designed by Sparkman & Stephens for Arthur Islen as a comfortable day sailer with a deep cockpit, COURAGEOUS has proved herself fast in Classics Racing. Built by Henry B. Nevins in 1947 of double planked mahogany on oak frames and keelson with bronze fastenings, she has all her original hardware and looks today exactly as she did at launching.  A perfect  time capsule ready for her next caretaker. Each of her three owners to date  has endeavored to keep her original. With moderate freeboard and clean lines, she performs well under sail while her comfortable cockpit with a removable table makes non sailors feel secure underway and provides old salts a place to lean back and gam at the end of the day.

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 Sparkman & Stephens, LLC.

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Specifications

  • BuilderNevins
  • ModelNevins Sloop
  • Model Year1947
  • DesignerSparkman & Stephens
  • LOA47.75 ft
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandWesterbeke
  • Engine Model4-108
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Sparkman & Stephens Nevins Sloop Gallery

Construction

Mahogany over cedar double planking above the turn of the bilge, single plank mahogany below. White oak frames and keelson. Canvas covered, plywood deck with spruce deck beams. Mahogany cabin house, hatches and cockpit coaming. External lead ballast. The hull is painted black with beige deck. In 1960 a 20', bronze, I beam construction was installed under the mast step. A more extensive version of what Rod Stephens installed on his NY32 MUSTANG. 1993 boat was refastened.  

Arrangement Plan

The main salon has settee berths on either side with upper pilot berth to starboard and bookshelf to port. There are eight opening ports in the cabin house sides and a butterfly hatch with screens overhead.   Lockers and cabin heater stove forward to starboard and enclosed head opposite. The galley is forward of the head with stove to port and icebox and counter to starboard and opening hatch overhead. Large V berth in forepeak with large hatch overhead.

Engine

The original Gray marine engine was replaced with a Westerbeke 4-108. (approx. 3,000 hrs) Double blade fixed prop in aperture.

Equipment

VHF Radio: Handheld

Depth sounder: Standard

Compass: Wilfrid White 6” card in binnacle

Knotmeter: Ken Speed analog

Fenders and dock lines

Soapstone cabin heater stove

3 burner Heritage propane stove with oven

Anchor and rode

Cockpit table (removable)

 

 

 

 

 

Sails & Rigging

Hollow, spruce mast and boom and spinnaker

1 x 19 standing rigging.

Barient primaries

Original Nevins winches for main sheet, mast and foredeck

Hifield levers for running backstays

Main 2017

Genoa 2017

Working Job 2017

Older sails

Awning

Cockpit cushions

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 W-Class W-76

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Newport, RI

Wild Horses

$1,995,0006

Wild Horses was the first W-Class W.76 launched in June of the 1998. She was designed by the late Joel White and built at the Brooklin Boat Yard in Maine. She has long, graceful and elegant overhangs, low freeboard and a subtle sheer that is higher at the bow then the stern. She's truly a magnificent classic style sloop in appearance, yet, she's outfitted with modern and state of the art cold molded hull, systems, electrical and rigging.

She comes equipped with carbon fiber spars/rod standing rigging, 3Di North Sails, sports a lead ballast bulb style fin keel and a spade rudder construction. She has a pair of two-speed coffee-grinder winch pedestals on center line ahead of the steering wheel which can be linked together and clutched to one of the four single, coaming-mounted winch drums for maximized man power to trim highly loaded sails.

 "The W.76s, were a kind of a synthesis of some of the late 12-Meters and the Herreshoff designed-and-built New York 50,” says current owner, Donald Tofias, "like a cross between the two time America's Cup winner, Intrepid and the Herreshoff designed New York 50 Spartan.

Truly built for speed and beauty, she has proven that her design sails just as fast as it is beautiful to lay eyes upon. Time after time, she succeeds racing in the 'Spirit of Tradition' class, an internationally known class which combines classic style with modern speed. She has taken the win at countless classic yacht regattas such as the Panerai Classic Yacht series' internationally, Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta, Saint Barths Bucket Regatta in the Caribbean, Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez/D'Antibes in France, Argentario Sailing Week in Tuscany, Italy, and many more. In the past 20 years she has secured victories and participated in hundreds races around the world.

Wild Horses is a legend in the prime of her racing career and she is meticulously maintained by her current owner/full-time crew. 

The W-Class was founded by commercial real estate broker, Donald Tofias, who combined his enthusiasm for sailing and classic yachts with his business experience to create a new class of racing boats. The first design was the W.76 with two boats launched in 1998, Wild Horses and her sister ship White Wings. The W-Class also designed/built the W-46, the W-37, and the W-22.

Buy Wild Horses this Spring and we will include a 14’ long Downeast Peapod as your tender. The Peapod fits perfectly in the custom made chocks on the foredeck of Wild Horses. We have two in stock currently. One is a deep green and one is a bright white and both are in fantastic shape, built in 2010 and valued at $18,000. Both are barely used and stored indoors for most of the year.

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 Sparkman & Stephens, LLC.

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Specifications

  • BuilderBrooklin Boat Yard
  • ModelW-76
  • Model Year1998
  • DesignerJoel White, N.A.
  • LOA76 ft
  • Engines Total Power170 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power170 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

W-Class W-76 Gallery

Description

Wild Horses was the first W-Class W.76 launched in June of the 1998. She was designed by the late Joel White and built at the Brooklin Boat Yard in Maine. She has long, graceful and elegant overhangs, low freeboard and a subtle sheer that is higher at the bow then the stern. She's truly a magnificent classic style sloop in appearance, yet, she's outfitted with modern and state of the art cold molded hull, systems, electrical and rigging.

She comes equipped with carbon fiber spars/rod standing rigging, 3Di North Sails, sports a lead ballast bulb style fin keel and a spade rudder construction. She has a pair of two-speed coffee-grinder winch pedestals on center line ahead of the steering wheel which can be linked together and clutched to one of the four single, coaming-mounted winch drums for maximized man power to trim highly loaded sails.

 "The W.76s, were a kind of a synthesis of some of the late 12-Meters and the Herreshoff designed-and-built New York 50,” says current owner, Donald Tofias, "like a cross between the two time America's Cup winner, Intrepid and the Herreshoff designed New York 50 Spartan.

Truly built for speed and beauty, she has proven that her design sails just as fast as it is beautiful to lay eyes upon. Time after time, she succeeds racing in the 'Spirit of Tradition' class, an internationally known class which combines classic style with modern speed. She has taken the win at countless classic yacht regattas such as the Panerai Classic Yacht series' internationally, Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta, Saint Barths Bucket Regatta in the Caribbean, Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez/D'Antibes in France, Argentario Sailing Week in Tuscany, Italy, and many more. In the past 20 years she has secured victories and participated in hundreds races around the world.

Wild Horses is a legend in the prime of her racing career and she is meticulously maintained by her current owner/full-time crew. She would be suitable for cruising as well.

The W-Class was founded by commercial real estate broker, Donald Tofias, who combined his enthusiasm for sailing and classic yachts with his business experience to create a new class of racing boats. The first design was the W.76 with two boats launched in 1998, Wild Horses and her sister ship White Wings. The W-Class also designed the W-46, the W-37, and the W-22.

Buy Wild Horses this winter and we will include a 14’ long Downeast Peapod as your tender. The Peapod fits perfectly in the custom made chocks on the foredeck of Wild Horses. We have two in stock currently. One is green and one is a bright white and both are in fantastic shape, built in 2010 and valued at $18,000.

Electronics Information
  • Kenwood Stereo with Pandora, iHeartRadio, SiriusXM Satilite Radio and CD Player
  • Garmin GPSmap 5215 Software Version 7.70
  • AIS600
  • GPS17x-NMEA2000
  • GXM51
  • Sea235 SSB radio telephone
  • Victron Energy digital multi control
  • B&G Hercules 200
  • 5 B&G 20/20 Displays (Depth, Apparent Wind Angle, Heading, True Wind Speed, Boat Speed)
Manufacturer Provided Description
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2010 W-Class W.37

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Newport, RI

Cavalino

$499,0003

The W.37 Cavalino features a carefully laid-out and efficient deck plan that showcases spare, elegant joinery. When the comfortable upholstered couches are removed and stowed below, she transforms from a luxurious daysailer into a racing machine, with her crew hiking out well outboard on the sculpted teak side decks. Adrenaline-pumping performance of today, the glorious elegance of yesterday.

Compete in a wide variety of regional and international regattas aboard the versatile, "Spirit of Tradition" racer/cruiser, Cavalino. She is a fast, elegant and beautiful sloop that has been winning regattas since her launch in 2010.

Cavalino is a unique sister ship in the W-Class family. Like the W.76s and the W.46s that came before her, she combines classic good looks with traditional yacht joinery and cold-molded wood composite construction. Cavalino sports the hull shape, carbon spars, and equipment of a modern racer and the result is a fast, nimble racer/cruiser that is a thrill to sail and turns heads on the race course.

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 Sparkman & Stephens, LLC.

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Specifications

  • BuilderBrooklin Boat Yard
  • ModelW.37
  • Model Year2010
  • DesignerStephens Waring & White
  • LOA43.5 ft
  • Engines Total Power12.1 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandVolvo Penta
  • Engine ModelD1-13
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power12.1 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

W-Class W.37 Gallery

Electrical
  • 12 Volt System
  • West Marine Seavolt AGM 12V Battery, Group 4D, 198 ah
  • Blue Seas Master Switch
  • Bass circuit panel/16 circuits
  • 3 LED Interior dome lights
  • 2 LED interior lamps
  • Lopolight tri color with anchor light on masthead
  • LED steaming light
  • LED fordeck flood light
Propulsion and Fuel
  • Volvo Penta D1-13, 12.1 HP, fresh-water cooled diesel engine (333.8 Engine hours as of September 2012)
  • Volvo Penta ignition panel with tachometer, engine hour meter, start/stop control buttons & warning indicators
  • Saildrive lower unit with 2-bladed prop
  • Moeller Marine 13 Gallon, plastic fuel tank
Electronics
  • Raymarine C80 chart plotter/radar display with all USA & Bahamas charts
  • Raymarine GPS
  • Raymarine Radar dome & post (removable)
  • Raymarine RAY218 VHF with Raymarine Raymic VHF handset
  • Removable METZ VHF antenna
  • B&G H3000 GFD with 4 B&G 20/20 display sailing instruments
  • 2 Ritchie deck mounted compasses
Sails and Canvas
  • New 2013 Doyle Durasail Mainsail
  • New 2013 Doyle Durasail Roller-Furling Genoa
  • 2 Masthead hoist asymmetrical spinnakers
  • Masthead hoist Code Zero with Facnor FX model roller-furler
  • Fractional Hoist 105% jib
  • Mainsail/Cover
  • Boom tent that covers entire cockpit from stern to mast
  • Starboard side topside skirt
Spars and Rigging
  • Hall Spars double-spreader, fractionally rigged, carbon fiber mast and boom
  • Stainless steel rod standing rigging
  • Hall Spars spring loaded vang
  • Harken MKIV IU headsail furling unit with twin groove foil and removable drum
  • Forespar twist-lock whisker pole 406300 HD 6-12DL 25' (new 2013)
Deck Hardware
  • 6 Harken 46 2 speed winches
  • 2 Harken 40 2 speed winches
  • 4 Harken 57 double cheek blocks
  • 2 Harken 75 double cheek blocks
  • 6 Harken 40c triple blocks
  • 1 Harken 75 single block
  • 1 Harken 75c double block
  • 4 Harken carbo 57 single blocks
  • Spinlock XTS CAM-0814 twin jammer
  • 5 Harken winch handles
Running Rigging
  • 2:1 Code Zero Halyard
  • Code Zero Sheets
  • Code Zero tack line
  • Spinnaker halyard
  • Spinnaker sheets
  • Spare spinnaker sheet
  • 2 Spinnaker tack lines
  • Continuous Jib sheet
  • Jib furling line
  • 2 Jib short sheets
  • 2:1 Main halyard
  • Continuous main sheet
  • Traveler control lines
  • Running backstays + tails
  • Reefing lines 1st & 2nd reef
Ground Tackle
  • FortressFX37 stowaway anchor with bag
  • 130ft Anchor Rope and 16ft anchor chain
Safety Equipment
  • 2 Kiddie dry chemical fire extinguishers
  • Type IV PFD / tthrow-able device
  • 70ft rescue throw rope
  • Flare kit
  • Foredeck jack lines
  • 2 RULE 800 automatic / manual bilge pumps
  • Manual bilge pump with handle
Additional Equipment
  • West Marine telescopic boat hook
  • Ensign staff and American Flag
  • 50ft dock lines (2)
  • 30ft dock lines (4)
  • 20ft dock lines (5)
  • Hiking Straps
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 Sparkman & Stephens 79' Sloop

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Newport, RI

KIALOA III

$425,00011

It is not often one gets to own a piece of history. An ageless classic, K III is back in the US with all systems working and ready to continue her illustrious career. Known the world over, she will be recognized in every port her new owner enters and applauded in every race she enters. He first owner, Jim Kilroy, wrote about her history and race record in KIALOA, Dare to Win. She held the Sydney - Hobart  elapsed time record for many years and won that and the Transpac and many other races. Her rugged Palmer Johnson hull has been checked and her sloop rig (1978) is ready for another circumnavigation. 

Price Reduced. Owner a serious seller!!

 

 

 

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 Sparkman & Stephens, LLC.

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Specifications

  • Model79' Sloop
  • Model Year1975
  • LOA79 ft
  • Engines Total Power270 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandCummins
  • Engine Model6BTA-5.9
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power270 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Sparkman & Stephens 79' Sloop Gallery

Accommodations

The master cabin is aft with large berths port and starboard and a private en-suite head and shower. Plenty of hanging locker and drawer space for clothes. Through the center line door forward to the navigation station on the port side and a companionway ladder on center line to the deck.

The main salon has twin facing settees to port and a dining table to starboard with settees on either side. The two outboard settees convert to single berths.The engine and generator are under the center settees. At the forward end there is a freezer to port and a second companionway to the deck.

Next forward to port is the private guest cabin with en-suite head and shower. To starboard is the galley.

All the way forward is the crew quarters with 4 single berths, head and stowage for gear and sails.

Electrical

Fisher panda generator 8.8 Kw – 2010

Mastervolt Chargemaster 24 Volt 80-3

Mobtronic battery controller

Outback single phase Inverter charter VFXR series 110 - 220V

Timerco Digital Timer

Fisher Panda 8KW generator in sound shield

3000 watt inverter with smart battery charger

24 volt DC system,110 volt AC system, 12 volt converts for instruments

Distribution panel @ salon with (5) sub panels throughout vessel

Mastervolt 100 amp 3-stage automatic battery charger

AGM batteries

Battery parallel switches

Battery condition meter

(2) 120 amp alternators on main engine

Bonding system

Shore power cord

Electronics

B&G Hercules 790

B&G 2000Wind

Icom IC-M56 VHF radio

Standard Horizon Eclipse VHF radio with DSC

Ritchie pedestal mounted compass(2)

Danforth Constellation compasses @ cockpit

Watermaker, pickled

Vetus Meteo

LinerRaytheon

Ray-Nav 300 GPS

Simrad AP24

Heavy duty, oversized, auto pilot

Standard Horizon Eclipse Dsc

Engine and Mechanical

Cummins 5.9 liter, 270HP, fresh water cooled diesel engine (1997)

Twin-Disc 507-A transmission, rebuilt (1997)

Engine compartment insulation

Stainless steel shaftDripless shaft system

Propeller shaft brake

Maixprop 3-blade 32” bronze propeller

Maxiprop 2-blade 32” bronze propeller

Approximately 90 gallon day tank for fuel

Fuel filtration system

Automatic electric bilge pumps

Separ fuel filter polishing system

Galley

32 cu. ft. top-loading refrigerator

32 cu. ft. top-loading freezer

Force-10 3-burner gimbaled propane stove with oven

Stainless steel sea rail

Microwave oven 12 volt circulation fan

12 volt lighting110 volt outlet

Teak& holly cabin sole

Formica counter

Double, deep-well, stainless steel sinks

Hot & cold pressure water system

Small overhead skylight/hatch

Abundant storage

Watermaker

Entertainment

Pioneer AVH-X2500BT tuner Radio

4 GTO JBL speakers (salon)

Two exterior speakers, not sure if they are working. under investigation.

Safety

Epirb ACR

Three flash lights

Fire extinguisher

3Life slin

Life bout lights,

2Man overboard module

ACR 406 EPIRB

2 Life rafts, need to be serviced

Electric and manual bilge pumps

Tender

20 Hp Yamaha four stroke outboard

Achilles 12 ft tender

Sails & Rigging

(2) Barient #35 S/T runner winches @ cockpit

(2) Barient #32 S/T traveller winches @ cockpit

(1) Barient S/T mainsheet winch @ cockpit with Barient coffee grinder

(2) Barient coffee grinders

(1) Barient #36 S/T electric winch

(1) Barient #36 S/T winch

(1) Barient #32 winch

(5) Barient #35 winches

(1) Barient #32 S/T winch

(4) Large custom Barient primary winches

Winch handles

Cruising Main and roller furling Genoa

Staysail

Racing Main

3 Racing Genoas

4 Spinnakers

Storm Trysail

Storm Staysail

Reckmann hydraulic, twin groove, roller furling headsail system

Harken genoa tracks

Blackmagic air blocks, masthead block

Reckmann hydraulic Backstay, Inner Forestay, Baby Stay, Vang, Outhaul

Twin block mainsheet system

Complete set of running rigging

Inner forestay babystay

Carbon fiber spinnaker pole

Aluminum reaching strut

Navtec stainless steelrod rigging

Hood aluminum LP painted boom with reefing & furling racks installed

Hood keel-stepped aluminum LP painted mast

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.

1988 Little Harbor 46

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Newport, RI

TOOT

$285,00010

Nicely maintained 1988 Little Harbor 46 Center Cockpit with a shoal draft. TOOT has a bright  and open feeling 2 cabin/2 head layout.

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 Sparkman & Stephens, LLC.

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Specifications

  • Model46
  • Model Year1988
  • LOA46 ft
  • Engines Total Power75 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine Model4JH3-TE-YEU
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power75 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Little Harbor 46 Gallery

Accommodations & Layout

Two private staterooms: Owner's en-suite cabin aft with centerline queen berth, and double guest cabin forward, with pull out settee berth in salon for a total of six berths.

TOOT has a beautiful highly-finished varnished teak interior with and exquisite joinery throughout, with teak and holly floors.

GALLEY

The galley is located on the starboard side walk-through to the aft owner's cabin.

  • Double stainless steel sink
  • Corian counters
  • Grunert refrigeration / freezer
  • Unique Little Harbor corner door provides excellent access to rear of refrigeration unit, with plastic storage shelves on face of door
  • Gimbaled stainless steel Force 10 4-burner gas stove
  • Numerous lockers and drawers

FORWARD STATEROOM

Forward is a large private stateroom with generous V-berth with filler for converting to a comfortably-sized double bed.  There is a large hanging locker with auto light and full head and shower facilities to port.  Ample storage lockers are located above the berth on the hull deck join.  Plenty of drawers for adequate storage are also found in this cabin.  Two Frigast reading lamps, a 12 volt fan and two overhead lamps complete this stateroom.

MASTER STATEROOM

The owner's stateroom aft features a center line queen berth surrounded by comfortable seating on both port and starboard sides. Storage is plentiful in lockers and cubbies, plus a generous cedar-lined hanging closet to port.  Most lockers have built-in lights which turn on upon opening.  A center mirror and vanity are located on the forward bulkhead in front of the bed, and the en-suite head is forward to port with a separate large stall shower and wet locker.  Fine teak joinery is evident throughout. 

MAIN SALOON

TOOT's main saloon is large for her size, as well as being bright and airy due to the numerous overhead hatches and opening ports in the cabin truck.

The saloon features a pull-out berth on the port side with a small teak coffee table.  A custom glass cabinet is mounted on the forward bulkhead for crystal storage with stereo speakers and air conditioning controls.

Little Harbor hulls both port and starboard complement the unique ambience of TOOT's saloon.

To starboard is a circular teak table with a half-circle green leather couch which provides plenty of seating for meals.  Just aft of the saloon seats is a Majestic flat screen TV.  A brass clock and barometer are also mounted on the forward bulkhead.

NAVIGATION AREA

The aft-facing navigation station, with seat and chart table, is located on the port side aft of the saloon and is beautifully detailed and well-equipped with the necessary complement of navigation gear and electronics, stereo, VHF and breaker panel.

 

Electronics
  •  Marine Sony stereo
  • 4-channel stereo speaker selection switch
  • Raymarine VHF
  • Icom IC-M100 VHF
  • Icom IC-M700 SSB
  • Raymarine loud hailer
  • Xantrex battery and inverter controller
  • 2000 watt / 100 amp DC electrical panel
  • B & G Hornet 4 sailing monitor controls
  • Raymarine ST 7000 autopilot control
  • Spectra water maker control until
  • Gravity switch for speed sensors
  • Hart system tank tender
  • Generator stop / start control panel
  • Night Vision red chart light
  • Raymarine MFD in cockpit
  • Raymarine 1 60 wind speed package
  • Raymarine ST60 depth and wind angle
Electrical System
  • Bass main switch panel with 12 and 10 volt circuit breakers
  •  Reverse-cycle Marine Air conditioning system 12000 BTUs
  • 110V 50 Amp shore power inlet
  • 120V 30 Amp shore power inlet
  •  Shore supply fresh water connector
  • Marinco TV / phone connector 1
  • 2 volt 8A4D Engine start battery
  •  (6) GC2 - ECL - UT 225 AH house batteries
  • Provision for emergency engine start via jump switch
  •  Engine Blower
  • Navigation and night vision lights throughout vessel
  • Waterproof 12 volt outlet on deck
  • 110V outlets throughout interior and in cockpit
  • Automatic lights in hanging lockers and refrigerator and freezer
  • High-output alternator for house batteries
Mechanical
  • Newer Yanmar model 4JH3-TE-YEU 75 HP total 3975 hours (Nov 2021)
  • Mewer Westerbeke generator (replaced 2007) with 1177 hours (Nov 2021
  • 3-blade max prop
  • Spur line cutters
Deck
  • Hot/cold fresh water shower in locker
  • Stainless steel dinghy davits
  • Custom teak outboard engine mount
  • Full set exterior Sunbrella teak covers
  • Full Fairclough yacht cover
  • Bimini with window over helmsman station
  • Custom dodger with grab rails
  •  Maxwell windlass 60 lb CQR anchor
  • Spreader lights
  • Custom fold-down swim ladder
  •  (4) Tinted Lexan hull ports
  • Navtec hydraulic back stay
  • Navtec hydraulic boom vang
  • 25-gallon hot water heater
  • (17) Stainless steel opening ports
  • (6) Stainless steel hatches
  • Solid teak emergency tiller
  • (4) Fenders
Sails and Rigging
  • Hood electric Sto-way system
  • Furling genoa
  • Mast and boom painted (2016)
  •  Navtec hydraulic boom vang and backstay with failsafe turnbuckles and 2-function panel in cockpit
  • Solid rod rigigng

WINCHES

  • (2) Barient 32ST electric primaries
  • (2) Barient 28ST secondary winches
  • (2) Barient 27ST mainsheet winches
  • (2) Lewmar 30 halyard winches at mast
Hull and Construction
  • Hand-laid fiberglass hull with Airex core construction
  • Molded-in fiberglass fuel tanks, water tanks and centerboard trunk
  •  Internal cast lead ballast
  •  Hand-laid fiberglass deck with divinyl cell core construction and 5/8 teak overlay
  •  Varnished teak exterior trim with highest quality stainless steel port lights, hatches   and cowl ventilators
  •  Awlgripped rub rail with stainless striker
  •  Flag Blue Awlgrip hull
  •  Centerboard for enhanced sailing offers 5'-2" draft with board up and maximum draft of 11' with board down
  •  Dedicated propane locker
  •  Rope lockers by cockpit
  •  Outboard engine lift hoist
  •  Cockpit shower with hot and cold water
  •  Dinghy davits on aft deck
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.

1996 Nautor Swan 40

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Jamestown, RI

RAINMAKER

$179,0008

RAINMAKER is one of the last of the Swan 40s built. In 2020 a new Nanni diesel engine was installed. RAINMAKER also boasts upgraded electronics and cruising and racing sails. Add to this the meticulous way in which the current owner has maintained this Swan 40 and you end up with one special boat. Just add your personal affects and groceries and off you go. Viewings are highly recommended. I know you will not be disappointed. RAINMAKER slipped her mooring in the fall of 2021 causing light damage. The famed Jamestown Boat Yard made good the repairs over the 2021/2022 winter.

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 Yeoman Yachts, LLC.

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Specifications

  • BuilderOy Nautor Ab
  • Model40
  • Model Year1996
  • DesignerGerman Frers
  • LOA40.25 ft

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HULL

White gel coat, solid Fiberglass hull with top hat stringers inside for increased stiffness.

Double blue waterline stripes.

Single blue sheer stripe.

Fin keel with bulb.

Spade rudder (new 2022).

Rudder bearings (new 2022)

Fold down transom.

All seacocks serviced 2022.

DECK

Closed cell foam cored Fiberglass deck.

Teak overlay.

Stainless steel stem head fitting with single anchor roller.

Stainless steel bow and stern rails.

Anchor windlass (installed 2022).

1 x 19 wire stainless steel double lifelines.

Lifeline gates port and starboard and in stern rail to access fold down transom.

1 x pair genoa tracks.

Line car pullers for each genoa car.

2 x 6 gang Lewmar line stoppers, 1 each side of companionway.

6:1 mainsheet with a 4:1 fine tune.

Mainsail traveler track.

Carbon fiber radar antenna post aft starboard with gimballing radar antenna.

“D” hooks in cockpit for harness safety lines.

Lazarette locker with access under helm seat.

2 x cockpit lockers.

6 x opening ports.

5 x deck hatches.

2 x dorade vents forward with additional mushroom vent.

Stainless steel rail over dorade vents.

Stainless steel handrails either side of coachroof.

Stainless steel handrails at companionway.

WINCHES

All Lewmar self-tailing, 2 speed.

2 x #44 utility at companionway.

2 x #54 primary either side of cockpit.

2 x # 48 secondary either side of cockpit.

ACCOMMODATIONS

GENERAL ARRANGEMENT

Sleeps 2 in each of the 2 sleeping cabins, plus 1 in the port pilot berth and 2 more on the settees for a total of 7. Hand rubbed, varnished, Burmese teak interior with solid teak and laminated teak trim. Vinyl off white overhead Velcroed panels. Varnished teak and holly cabin sole (varnished 2022).

FORWARD CABIN

Located in the bow.

Access to the anchor locker forward.

“V” berth.

Seat aft to starboard.

Hanging locker aft to starboard.

FORWARD HEAD

Located on the port side aft of the forward cabin.

White gel coated Fiberglass lower unit to half height. 

Jabsco manual head.   

Sink with pressure hot and cold water.

Telephone type shower.

Lockers outboard and under sink.

Shower tray with sump pump.

Soap dish.

MAIN SALOON

Located aft of the forward cabin and forward head.

Centerline table with drop leaves port and starboard.

Straight settee port and starboard.

Lockers behind back rest of each settees.

Pilot berth to port.

Lockers and shelves to starboard.

Blue leather upholstery.

NAVIGATION STATION

Located aft of the main saloon on the starboard side.

Forward facing

Lifting desk lid to access paper chart storage.

Drawers and locker forward.

Surrounded by navigation and communication electronics as well as the electrical panel.

GALLEY

Sea Frost side loading fridge (new 2017).

Alpes Inox 3 x burner propane stove with oven with exhaust hood.

Double stainless steel sinks with pressure hot and cold water.

Foot pump.

Drawers and trash container forward.

Lockers outboard.

AFT MASTER CABIN

Located in the stern with access via the galley.

“V” type berth with large single bunk each side.

Lockers and shelving outboard each side.

Hanging locker forward.

Mirror on forward bulkhead.

AFT HEAD

Located on the starboard side with access only from the aft cabin.

White gel coated Fiberglass lower unit to half height.

Jabsco manual head with “Y” valve.    

Sink with pressure hot and cold water.

Telephone type shower.

Lockers outboard and under sink.

Shower tray with sump pump.

Soap dish.

ENGINE

Nanni N4-38 diesel engine (new 2020)

Transmission ZF12M-2R (rebuilt 2020).

Cutlass bearing (new 2022)

Single lever Ultra Flex engine control (new 2022).

Engine control panel next to helm starboard side.

Engine control cables (new 2022).

Max prop (serviced 2022)

PLUMBING AND VENTILATION

Hot and cold pressure water in head and galley.

Jabsco manual head forward and aft.

“Y” valve in aft head.

Sump pump for shower tray for each head.

Extractor fan for each head.

Ventilation fans in forward cabin, main saloon and aft cabin.

Isotemp water heater.

Black water holding tank for aft head.

ELECTRICAL

Pro Mariner, Pro Nautic 12.40P, battery charger (new 2018).

220volt outlets.

2 x 12volt outlets.

Electrical panel (new 2022)

Remote battery control DCC 4000 Megatronic.

110volt outlets.

1 x alternator (new 2020).

1 x alternator (rebuilt).

House batteries (new 2020).

LED lighting below deck (new 2022). 

Coax cable in mast (new 2022).

ELECTRONICS

At navigation station:

Raymarine Axiom 9" screen (new 2018).

Raymarine Quantum radar (new 2018).

Raymarine, Ray 60, VHF (new 2018).

VHF antenna (new 2022).

Kenwood stereo.

At helm.

Raymarine EV200 autopilot (new 2018).

Raymarine AIS (new 2018).

Raymarine screen (new 2018).

Suunto compass.

Cockpit speakers.

2 x Raymarine read outs (new 2018).

Ramarine MIC (new 2018).

Wind wand (new 2022).

RIG

Aluminum anodized triple spreader Nautor mast with additional trysail track.

Aluminum anodized Nautor boom.

Stainless steel Navtec rod rigging (new 2009).

Insulator on backstay for SSB antenna.

Navtec hydraulic backstay and boom vang with manual control panel at helm.

Running rigging (mostly new 2017). 

Lazy jacks on boom.

Harken roller furling for headsail.

Harken double track foil for headsails for racing. 

Hall, carbon fiber spinnaker pole.

Harken stand up blocks at mast partners.

Split backstay for easy access onto transom steps.

SAILS:

Aside from the working sails, the majority of the sails have been stored since 2012.

North Sails mainsail, 3DL, 2 reefs, full battens (new 2012).

North Sails genoa, medium #1, 3DL (2008).

North Sails genoa, light #1, 3DL (2009).

North Sails, yankee, 3DL (2009).

North Sails, #4, Kevlar (2009).

North Sails, storm jib (2009)..

North Sails, storm trysail (2009).

North Sails, asymmetric code 3A (2009).

North Sails, code 0A (2009). 

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT

Spare racing floor boards.

CQR 48lb anchor, 200' line.

Fortress racing anchor.

Small Danforth backup anchor. 

2 x folding deck seats.

Sun awning.

Stockburger clock, barometer, temperature, and relative humidity.

Canvas:

All blue Sunbrella.

Main sail cover (2017).

Spray hood over companionway (2017).

Dodger forward end of aft cockpit (2020).

Wheel and pedestal cover (2017).

Lifesling 2.

MOM8-A Switlik.

Emergency heaving line.

Lee cloths for each settee, pilot berth and aft bunks.

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.

2013 Shannon 55 RDP - Raised Deck Pilothouse

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Newport, RI

Miramar

$975,00010


Miramar, a fitting name for a yacht of this caliber, "to look at the sea". The name Miramar had special meaning for the owners of this incredible Shannon, as during her extensive build and outfitting process it formed the baseline for the yachts design.
Shannon Boat Company of Bristol, RI was founded in 1975 by Walter Schultz and David Walters to build strong, comfortable offshore cruising yachts. Over the years Shannon Boat Company built a reputation for quality, comparable to the best including Hinckley in the US and the best in Europe. Many Shannons have circumnavigated and the company offered a wide range of designs. Every Shannon is a semi-custom yacht built for a specific owner and is painstakingly constructed to the highest standards using the finest materials.
Miramar is no different, and in many respects the finest yacht that Shannon was tasked to construct. The yachts owners, both knowledgable sailors, were highly involved in the yachts construction as they fitted Miramar with features, layouts, and materials that would make the yacht not only personally theirs but also provide a striking appeal to guests and other experienced yachtsmen. Miramar's build was so detailed and extensive that construction was started in 2012 with full commissioning not occurring until 2014. Shannon wanted to make sure that Miramar was the best yacht they had ever built, to be the jewel of the sea and the queen of the boat shows.
The Shannon 52 RDP is a pilot yacht designed for those looking for a modern styled, luxurious, short-handed ocean cruiser that allows them to get out of the weather. The 52 RDP is not a motor-sailor, but a full fledged sailing yacht with many of the benefits found in pilothouse and motor-sailor designs. Miramar is fitted with the Walter Schultz designed 'Sketch' rig. This allows the yacht to sail well in a wide range of wind speeds without putting crew outside of the cockpit. Double head stays are fitted with furlers for a full size 135% genoa and yankee. Leisurefurl booms for the mainsail and mizzen. There is also a mizzen staysail. A cable staysail halyard is fitted for the addition of a storm staysail if required. An asymmetrical spinnaker is aboard in an ATN sleeve for easy use off the wind. One of the owners requirements was that the yacht be functional in the ICW which she is thanks for her Sketch rig height under 64' and shoal draft of 5' 9" with the centerboard raised.
The hull is borrowed from the Shannon aft cockpit 47/52 center cockpit design and has the same proven offshore sailing characteristics. All sailing controls lead to the cockpit where two large Harken primary winches are 2-speed electric powered plus an electric halyard winch for the mainsail hoist. The yacht can be completely operated by one person from the cockpit.
Construction is modern and bullet proof. The hull and deck are hand laid GRP using vinyl-ester resin and biaxial laminates with a closed cell PVC foam core. The hull is further reinforced by Kevlar hybrids that are commonly used in flexible armor. The keel/centerboard is internally ballasted with solid lead, encapsulated and sealed within the hull, this eliminates the need for keel bolts. Additional kevlar laminates in the bow and keel for added safety in the event of collision or grounding. The hull to deck joint is bonded with biaxial laminates backing to the internal hull flange and thru-bolted every 8". A skeg mounted rudder with stainless post and internal reinforcement and the centerboard is operated by a geared handcrank in the cockpit to allow for easy adjustment, virtually eliminating potential system failures.
Many of the systems were custom chosen by the owners after consultation with Walter Schultz. For example the helm stations have completely independent steering and engine control systems. The topside helm controls the rudder by a geared linkage with no cables to stretch or wear down. The inside helm controls the rudder by a hydraulic system. Likewise the engine controls are digital at the topside, manual cable at the inside helm with override, and both helms have complete engine readouts and functionality. There are twin Yanmar diesel engines with independent dual Racor filters and three separate alternators with automatic battery charging relays. Thanks to this amount of built in redundancy Miramar can be cruised with nary a question about her capabilities and safety. As well she can cruise under power for 1,000 miles. Miramar is the perfect blend of a full fledged sailing yacht with features above and beyond her competitors.
Stepping below the saloon is fitted with large, armored and tinted picture windows to allow for complete visibility while standing or sitting. There is a saloon table with adjustable height for dining or cocktails, aft facing nav station with complete electronics, bucket chairs for additional seating or book reading, and a complete helm station. Moving forward is the galley with visibility through the saloon to the cockpit, allowing for easy communication and providing an airy interior. A VIP cabin and head are fitted forward as well. Proceeding aft from the saloon is the aft passageway with additional seating for a comfortable semi-private relaxation area, or convert to bunks for extra guest space, a fully stocked bar and wash/dryer is fitted as well. In the stern is a tastefully ordained master stateroom and ensuite which provides the utmost privacy and comfort for the owners. 
Miramar's owners have been incredibly fastidious with their maintenance regime and it truly shows. All services are up to date and she is in incredible cosmetic condition. Miramar is truly turn-key and ready to continue her adventures. Contact the listing agent directly to setup your private showing of this incredible Shannon. 
Photography by Billy Black

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 David Walters Yachts.

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Specifications

  • Model55 RDP - Raised Deck Pilothouse
  • Model Year2013
  • DesignerWalter Schulz & Associates
  • LOA54.58 ft
  • Engines Total Power150 hp
  • Number of Engines2
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine Model4JH4-TE
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power75 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Shannon 55 RDP - Raised Deck Pilothouse Gallery

Hull
  • Keel/Centerboard manual control 9'6" board down 5'9" retracted
  • Linear closed cell PVC foam-cored composite hull hand laid up with gelcoat, vinyl-ester resin veil coat, biaxial laminates and Kevlar hybrids
  • Internal solid lead ballast, encapsulated and sealed within fiberglass laminates. No keel bolts
  • Reinforcing stringer grid with 45X45 degree bias biaxial laminates
  • Kevlar reinforcing laminates in the bow and keel
  • Hull to deck joint bonded and thru-bolted every eight inches with biaxial laminates backing the internal hull flange
  • Skeg mounted fiberglass rudder with stainless steel rudder post and internal reinforcing plate
  • Hull color - Cabernet Merlot Awlcraft with oyster white boot stripe and gold leaf embellishments
  • Deck color - Oyster White with Cream nonskid gelcoat
  • 3.5" X 1" teak toe rail and toecap on transom, 4" X 1/4" thick teak sheer trim
  • Reverse transom with door hinged at bottom and remote electric piston
  • Hull painted 2018 - Pettit Ultima SR60
  • Original barrier boat
Deck
  • PVC foam cored deck and wheelhouse - hand laid up with biaxial laminates 
  • Custom diamond pattern fiberglass non-skid with contrasting gelcoat color 
  • Large center cockpit
  • Dodger, bimini, connector piece, and movable sun screen
  • Mainsheet traveler bridge with adjustable mainsheet traveler car
  • Seven large wheelhouse windows of Garibaldi armor plate tempered glass 
  • Spartan chocks
  • Deck cleats on deck, not toe rail
    • Bow: two 10" SS
    • Spring: four 10" SS
    • Stern: two 10" SS
  • Stainless steel chafe plates
  • Ground tackle: ULTRA 77# Polished Stainless with 100' X 3/8" HT chain and 150' X 3/4' three-strand nylon anchor rode. Additional CQR 50# with 250' X 5/8" three-strand anchor rode
  • Windlass: Maxwell H-10 12VDC Horizontal dual chain/rope gypsies with Stamoid cover
  • Anchor rode deck pipe
  • Self launching bow roller
  • Saltwater and freshwater foredeck washdowns
  • Seven Dorade vents: Vetus stainless with custom low profile boxes and Stamoid protective covers
  • Skylight hatches - Bomar stainless with tempered glass:
    • Forward Cabin 16"X16"
    • Main Salon: two 10"X10"
    • Owners Cabin: 20"X20"
    • Oceanaire hatch screen/shades
  • Bow pulpit double rail - bottom rail continued all the way forward, removable teak bow seat on lower rail and teak hand rails on cabin top
  • Stern pulpit continue upper rail forward to lifeline gate
  • Stern double rail with gate
  • Double lifelines forward with gates port and starboard
  • Two winches on mizzen mast
  • Mainsheet traveller and mizzen traveler on bridge
  • Two cockpit coaming storage compartments
  • Teak bow platform with two anchor retainers and rollers
  • Double roll stainless steel bow and stern pulpits with separate running lights'
  • Stainless steel stanchions with double lifelines and port and starboard boarding gates
  • Vetus stainless steel cowl vents on teak baffled dorade boxes
  • Four exterior teak grab rails with Stamoid protective covers
  • Large lazerette storage compartment
  • One 10# bottle propane indure hatch locker, spare in vapor proof locker in lazerette
  • Magma grill with custom stowaway regulator on aft deck
  • Rod holder
Spars and Rigging
Rigging
  • Rod rigging
  • Yankee roller furling gear: Harken Mk IV 3
  • Genoa roller furling gear: Harken Mk IV 3
  • Leisurefurl Main boom roller furling
  • boom vang
  • Leisurefurl Mizzen boom roller furling
  • boom vang
  • Sparcraft custom made Main and Mizzen Masts, Oyster White awlgrip oven cooked 
  • Solid stainless steel chain plates thru-bolted with 1/2" stainless steel bolts to
    reinforced fiberglass knees
  • Navtec oversized solid stainless rod rigging with external tangs and open barrel
    turnbuckles
  • Fore stay and stemmed halyard mast head
  • Topping lift stainless steel, vinyl coated
  • Mizzen staysail gear
  • On Mizzen mast: two Harken 16 ST Winches 
  • Storm forestay (no sail fitted)
    • Electrical/ElectronicsForespar Bow/Foredeck light
    • LED International running light
    • VHF and Cellphone antenna
    • Windpoint/Windspeed: Raymarine Masthead 
    • Forespar deck lights
    • Radar platform
  • Starboard and Port spreader and masthead flag halyard
Sails
  • Sailmaker: Doyle, Mark Ploch
  • Mainsail and Mizzen sail full batten (furling booms) 
  • 135% Genoa
  • Yankee Jib
  • Mizzen staysail
  • Asymmetrical Spinnaker with sock
Deck Winches
  • Two primary Harken 71CST - 12VDC 2-Speed with Stamoid protective covers
  • Two secondary Harken 50CST: One 12VDC for main halyard, roller furling boom line, and main sheet lead aft; one 50CST for single main sheet traveller control line, topping lift, spinnaker halyard, and boom vang lead aft. Both with Stamoid protective covers
  • Spinlock rope clutches
Upper Cockpit - Pedestal Steering
  • Teak companionway doors screened with tracks onside to slide in 1/4" plexiglass
  • Track for teak weatherboards
  • Stamoid protective covers for hatch
  • Dodger with Eisenglass and Bimini with connecting awning, all in off-white Stamoid
  • One piece wrap-around dodger cover
  • Stereo speakers under helm seat with outside control panel
  • Exterior Jefa wheel steering system with mechanical linkage, engine controls, covered stainless steal destroyer type wheel, and pedestal guard with wheel brake
  • 4" Ritchie Compass
  • 12VDC outlets
  • High gloss teak cockpit table with 3 mug stainless steel rack
  • Two coming pickets with teak
  • Cockpit cushions, covered with Sunbrella material
  • Teak coming caps full length except under winches and two cleats with
  • Stamoid protective covers
Stern
  • Hinged lazerette
  • Hinged power opening reverse transom door with handheld remote
  • Courtesy lights
  • Whale hot/cold shower
  • Swim ladder
  • KATO custom Dinghy Davits, Oyster White awlgrip
  • Forespar Novalift dinghy crane and Edson outboard bracket on stern rail
Auxiliary Power
  • Twin 75 hp Yanmar 4JHTE Engines
  • One alternator 150 amp alternator with external voltage regulator for each
    engine
  • Second Powermax Par 150 alternator on Starboard engine for house bank
    batteries (Total of 3 alternators, automatic combining with manual override)
  • Engine panels with full gauges and alarms below, remote panels with tachs and alarms above
  • ZF transmission, 2.8 to 1 reduction
  • Three-bladed polished bronze Flexofold propellers
  • Aquamet 22 stainless steel propeller shafts with Spartan stuffing boxes
  • Custom composite shaft log with removable cutless bearing
  • Bronze rudder stuffing boxes
  • Two diesel fuel (5052 aluminum alloy with baffles), tanks with gauges and access ports total 222 gallons
  • Dual Racor primary fuel filters with pressure gauges for each engine 
  • Four 12 VDC engine room LED lights
  • Glendenning electric engine controls in cockpit
  • Mechanical throttle shifters below with emergency override
  • Pickup and return fuel manifold for ease of selecting tanks and transferring capabilities
  • Sound and fire retardant acoustical foam insulation in engine room
  • Groco engine raw water intake strainers
  • Reverso Oil Change system for engines and generator
Mechanical/Plumbing
  • Sidepower SE-130 10 hp 12VDC bow thruster
  • Maxwell RC12-12 12VDC windless
  • Hydraulic steering at lower helm, mechanical in cockpit
  • CruiserRO Water Maker, 40GPH
  • Pressurized hot/cold water system
  • Four separate self-trimming and isolatable water tanks (160 gallons), 316 stainless steel
  • Tanks selecting manifold
  • Sea Tech fittings and 1/2" pex tubing
  • ShurFlo Fresh Water Pump and stand-by Fresh Water Pump
  • Twelve gallon stainless steel hot water heater with engine water heat exchanger/110 VAC system
  • Cockpit and forward hose wash down fitting, and swim platform shower
  • Two electric marine heads, each with designated holding tanks made of GRP
  • Shower sump pumps with overboard discard
  • Windshield wipers with fresh water wash down
  • Marelon seacocks with identification labels
  • Marine grade sanitation, wet exhaust, and fuel fill hose with double hose clamps and fittings
  • Two Whale Gulper 320 12 VDC electric bilge pups with automatic float switch
  • Rule 3700GPH 12DCV emergency bilge pump
  • MarineAir 3 zones: 16,000, 12,000, and 8,000 BTU Air conditioning 110AC Reverse Cycle
Electrical System
  • Easy access to all electrical equipment
  • Bass electric panels for DC and AC systems
  • Digital DC volt meters and AC multi meters
  • Battery monitor
  • Mastervolt 100 amp battery charger
  • Dockside 50 amp 125/250 VAC shore power system with 50 foot cord 
  • Galvanic isolator
  • Fifteen GFI 110 VAC and 12 VDC
  • LED overhead dome lights throughout with two red/white overhead lights in salon
  • LED bulkhead mounted reading lights
  • LED red/white under-cabinet lights in galley and two heads
  • Red/White aircraft-type chart lights at interior helm station and at chart table
  • Lightning ground and electrolysis bonding system with zinc anodes
  • 110VAC/12VDC distribution panels with ammeters, voltmeters, and battery test
  • Batteries: Eleven 120 Amp-hour group 31 lifelines AGMS: 7 house, 2 engine, 2 bow thruster/windlass
  • 110 VAC shore power system with 50' 50 amp cord and reverse polarity light and Charles ISO Isolation transformer for extra lightning protection
  • Whale gulper 220 and Rule 3700 electric bilge pumps with automatic switches, counter, and alarm
  • Battery charger: Mastervolt 200 amp and Mastervolt 2500 Watt inverter
  • Northern Lights 9KW generator with sound shield
  • Space in machinery room for future European shore power transformer 15"X15"X10"
Electronics
  • Copper band ground plate in hull for SSB antenna installation (pre-rigged for SSB including backstay isolators)
  • VHF Radio ICOM M604 with RAM mike located at helm station, nav station, and pedestal
  • Depth, knot, wind Raymarine I70 Multi at helm station and pedestal
  • Plotter/GPS: two Raymarine E125 Bluetooth with AIS send/receive and Sirius SAT weather at pedestal and helm
  • Two Raymarine A67 locations: owners cabinet port and at nav station
  • Autopilot: Simrad AP24, location: Helmstation and Pedestal also hooked to chart plotter
  • Cell phone booster antennae and Wi-Fi hot spot router
  • Backup GPS antennae
Interior Layout
  • All mahogany with gloss Epifanes varnish
  • Primary bulkheads 1" with solid mahogany corner posts and trim
  • Solid mahogany stavings on bulkheads
  • Solid teak and mahogany cabin soles with access hatches, matte finish
  • Gloss Epifanes varnished solid mahogany joinerwork
  • Wood ceilings against all hull surfaces, satin finish with cedar lining inside wallhanging lockers
  • Custom layout: 1 master cabin, 1 VIP cabin, 1 over-under berths
  • Forward Berth: custom 6" foam layer centerline double mattress split athwartship
    • Divided chain locker access
    • 2 drawers underneath berth
    • Two lockers port and starboard, 1 hanging cedar lined locker, 1 shelved locker
    • En suite porcelain sink with mirror
    • Bomar hatch, two Hood stainless steel hinged side port lights with screens
    • Privacy door with full length mirror
    • 2 ocean reading lamps, 1 dome light, 1 sconce 
    • 2 110VAC GFI and 2 12VDC outlets
    • 1 Carafamo 12VDC Fan
    • Dorade vent
    • Stereo speakers from main system, separate control 
    • Separate HVAC zone
  • Forward Head with shower
    • Corian 'Clamshell' countertop with oval sink and satin nickel faucet
    • Oval custom mirror on bulkhead
    • Hinged side port light with screen
    • Single door access
    • Plexiglass bifold door for stall shower and toilet
    • Vetus WPC 12VDC toilet with 28 gal PVC holding tank with Y valve on water inlet to select fresh or salt water to flush toilet 
    • Moen shower fixtures
    • Teak shower grate
    • Satin nickel towel rack
    • 2 dome lights
    • Aqua signal LED Matupo underdeck red/white 
    • 1 110 VAC outlet
    • 2 vanity compartments
    • Dorade vent
    • Dometec holding tank monitor
  • Galley forward to Port open to Windshield
    • Countertop corona Rosemary private collection, including inset knife rack and stove top cover board 
    • 3" fiddles
    • Spice storage rack
    • Force 10 SS propane stove with 3 burners, oven and broiler, propane shutoff 
    • Microwave
    • Frigoboat 12VDC Refrigerator, Keel cooled, with top access and door, temperature dial
    • Seafrost XP 12VDC Freezer, keel or water cooled, temperature dial, 2 ice cube trays
    • Refrigerator/Freezer boxes insulated with KevoThermal panels
    • Dome light, 2 Undercounter red/white LED lights
    • 2 110 VAC GFI outlets
    • Carafamo fan 12 VDC
    • Dorade vent
    • Two opening ports with screens
    • Stainless steel safety bar
    • 4 utensil drawers
    • Scanvik Galley Faucet with spray #70304 in satin nickel
    • Large single satin Gastronome stainless sink with cutting board inset
    • Hot/cold pressure water system with faucet, Seagull filter, Culligan water filters, and separate UV Sterilizer
    • Sliding doors to storage lockers
    • Wine bottle storage below sole
    • Large trash bin, hinged
    • Water tank manifold under sink,180 gallons
    • Separate Coffee Bar with Cuisinart Coffee maker, sliding shelves, mug holders
    • Separate Tall food storage locker
  • Salon Pilothouse
    • Bronze tinted glass with mahogany molding and curtain tracks, three windshield wipers and washers. Exterior snap on shades
    • 2 Bomar 10"X10" overhead hatches
    • Companionway stairs hinged to forward with storage behind for sails/tools/etc
    • Port Side settee with 6" custom ergonomic cushions covered in Ultrasuede and tufted backs/knee bolsters
    • Custom ergonomic multi layer foam cushions in Ultrasuede
    • Overhead fiberglass panels with mahogany battens and removable access panels
    • Hi/lo slide in/out mahogany table with Burled Carpathian Walnut inset
    • Two swivel Ultrasuede cushioned chairs
    • Two Caframo 12VDC fans removable with quick connect wiring
    • Television on scissor arm behind mahogany cabinet
    • Fusion stereo system, CD, Sirius, Auxillary, Radio ready, leading to separate controls in forward and aft berths, outside cockpit, and salon
  • Helm Station in Salon Pilot House
    • Hydraulic Steering station with Stazo #2 Mahogany wheel
    • Dual lever engine controls
    • Yanmar C engine instrument panels on Burled Carpathian Walnut case
    • Fully instrumented helm station with gauges, switches, and electronics
    • KVH Azimuth digital compass, lighted
    • Locker under console holds 4 chart tubes and chart kits as well as fuse panels
    • Windlass switch on console and on exterior pedestal
    • Custom Mahogany Helm Seat covered in  Ultrasuede
    • Storage lockers
    • 4 dome lights on dimmers, 2 red/white overhead lights, 2 courtesy lights, rope lighting, and courtesy lights
    • 110VAC/12VDC outlets port and starboard
    • Engine Room hinged access hatch with stairs into engine room
    • Two additional engine room hatches for good access to engines for major services. Engines and generator can be removed without disassembly of the vessel.
    • Separate HVAC zone
  • Aft Facing Navigation Station
    • Electric panels and system monitoring equipment
    • Two lockers with gridded clear plexiglass windows
    • Lighted bookselves
    • 4 12VDC and 2 110VAC outlets, PC Computer jack
    • Inboard electric panels
    • Storage lockers and lighted bookshelves (outboard under side deck)
  • Passageway Aft to Port
    • Over/under single berths both with lee cloths
    • Lower berth converts to settee sofa
    • Two large drawers under settee
    • Wet locker aft with weep holes
    • Inboard work bench with hinged mahogany top and starboard work surface with small work sink underneath and drawers/storage
    • Splendide vented washer/dryer on pull-out shelf/slides for access to tanks, etc, and grey water holding tank (under sole) controls in cabinet
    • Lighted Plexiglass windowed doors over mahogany bench as wine/liquor compartments
    • 110VAC ice maker
    • Dimmable docelights, two reading lights,
    • 110 VAC and 12VDC outlets - Two ports outboard
  • Aft Head and Shower Stall 
    • Outboard mahogany vanity and glossed mahogany curved vanity countertop
    • Fluted oval sink
    • Scanvik single lever #70305 faucet in satin nickel
    • Single door access with full length mirror
    • Plexiglass hinged shower door into fiberglass tiles shower stall 
    • Moen fixtures, corner shampoo rack
    • Satin nickel towel rack and towel
    • Raritan Elegance Sea/Fresh toilet with 28 gallon PVC sealand holding tank forward under nav desk
    • Opening port with screen
    • 2 dome lights and red/white under-counter light 
    • 110 VAC GFI outlet
    • Dometic holding tank monitors
  • Aft Owners Cabin
    • 4 dimmable dome lights, rope lighting, two reading/scissor arm lights
    • 12VDC and 110 VDC outlets port and starboard
    • Sound system controls
    • Vizio Razor Thin TV on forward bulkhead
    • Large cedar lined hanging locker, lighted
    • Two Caframo fans
    • Centerline Berth, four layer foam, custom made, with drawers underneath
    • Access under mattress for storage
    • Headboard: Mahogany border with Burled Carpathinan Walnut inset
    • Cedar lined hanging lockers, sliding door lockers
    • Eight hinged port lights with screens and one large Bomar hatch 
    • Raymarine A67 chart plotter Aft Portside of bed
    • Vanity desk with lit mirror
    • Control panel for stereo system
    • HVAC zone, separate control
Miscellaneous Equipment
  • Coast Guard Suggested safety equipment:
    • Flares
    • Life vests (6)
    • First aid kit
    • Fog horn
    • Fire extinguishers (5) - Flashlight
    • Man over board pole with lifting
  • Wood seacock plugs
  • Two 4' Oak fender boards
  • Dock lines and fenders (4)
  • Spares kits for engines, generator, and electric systems
  • 2016 9.6 foot A/B 9 VS hypalon inflatable dinghy with 2014 Mercury 9.9 four stroke engine
  • Winslow 6 person offshore liferaft
  • Stamoid covers on all teak except on toe rail and eyebrows
  • Port and hatch screens
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.
Additional Units Included
  • 2016 AB 9 VS Hypalon

2013 Hunter 45 Deck Salon

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Warwick, RI

Shack-A-Tack

$229,00013

Excellent example of a clean, well equipped and well kept Hunter 45 DS. Furling Main and head sails for easy sail handling. Bow thruster for maneuvering around the dock. Two stateroom, two head layout with all the amenities. AC, Genset and full navigation package. Worth your consideration.

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 David Walters Yachts.

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Specifications

  • Model45 Deck Salon
  • Model Year2013
  • LOA44.17 ft
  • Engines Total Power75 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power75 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Hunter 45 Deck Salon Gallery

Manufacturer Provided Description

The Hunter 45DS has redefined the Deck Salon concept with the brightest and most open salon ever designed. Oversized deck ports draw in huge volumes of natural light to complement the rich woodwork and airy floorplan. A wraparound windshield dominates the sleek and imposing exterior profile that announces its presence with authority in any harbor.

The hull is solidly constructed and shaped for lively performance and a smooth ride, even in rough sea conditions. On deck, dual helm stations deliver the ultimate in comfort, control and visibility for the captain. Hunter’s stainless steel Traveler Arch, B & R rig and a unique double-ended mainsheet system provide the crew with effortless sail handling. The large, T-shaped cockpit is well equipped to provide shelter at sea and sociable lounging at anchor.

The galley size and amenities will enable you to create memorable meals from provisions held in the 45’s immense storage reserves. An expanded aft stateroom features a queen size berth, large hanging locker, storage galore and private access to the aft head. Opening hull and deck ports supply plenty of light and fresh air. Forward, your guests will enjoy the Pullman-style cabin with a side mounted double berth and storage capacity for two. For convenience, the open vanity is separated from the private head and shower located in the forepeak.

Hull/Deck

DECK/HULL

  • Anchor Roller, Double Offset
  • Anchor Well w/Space for Rode and Chain
  • Anchor Windlass, Lewmar W 2/3 Electric
  • Blister Prevent Technology Hull
  • Bow Pulpit, Stainless Steel
  • Deck Handrails, Stainless Steel
  • Dorade Vents (2)
  • Fresh Water Hookup, Dockside
  • Hatches, (6) Opening Deck, w/Screens
  • HKT Kevlar® Hull Reinforcement
  • Hull, FRP/Balsa Sandwich Above Waterline, Solid FRP bottom
  • Hull, Structural Grid Reinforcement
  • Keel, Shoal Draft
  • Lifelines, Double w/Three Gates and Stainless Steel Stanchions
  • Locker, (1) Transom Storage
  • LPG Tank Storage for Two Bottles
  • Mooring Cleats, (8) Stainless Steel
  • Nonskid Deck
  • Ports, (2) Fixed
  • Ports, (6) Opening, w/Screens
  • Rubrail w/Stainless Steel Insert
  • Rudder, Balanced Spade, w/Stainless Steel Shaft
  • Sliding Companionway Hatch
  • Swim Platform w/Stainless Steel Telescoping Ladder
  • Through-Bolted Hull/Deck Joint w/Full Rubrail
  • Through-Hull Fittings, All Bronze Below Waterline
  • Windshield Fixed Ports w/Cover
  • COCKPIT

    • Dual helms: Port steering console with Single Lever Engine Control, Wheel Brake, Lighted Compass, Space for Instruments, Stainless Guard and Lewmar Direct Drive Steering System
    • Bilge Pump, Manual
    • Cockpit Traveler Arch, Stainless Steel w/Mainsheet Traveler
    • Cockpit Grabrail w/Integral Fold-Out Table
    • Halyard Tail Stowage Wells
    • Helm Seat, Hinging
    • Lockers, (3) Storage
    • Stern Rail Seats, Stainless Steel, w/Drink Holders
    • Transom Shower, Hot and Cold
    • Walk-Through Transom w/Swim Platform
Rigging and Sails

RIGGING

  • Boom Vang solid
  • Inboard Jib Tracks w/Adjustable Cars
  • Internal Halyards Led to Cockpit
  • Jib Furling System
  • Jib, 110% Furling w/Acrylic Sun Cover
  • Mainsail, Selden furler
  • Mainsheet Purchase System, Led to Cabin Top
  • Mast, Selden®, B&R w/Fractional Sail Plan
  • Rigging Line Stoppers and Organizers, Two Sets
  • Traveller, Arch-Mounted for Mainsheet
  • Winch Handles (2)
  • Winch, (1) Rigging, 2-Speed, Self-Tailing, #40
  • Winch, (1) Rigging, electric 2-Speed, Self-Tailing, #40
  • Winches, (2) Jib at Helm, 2-Speed, Self-Tailing, #48
  • Windex® Wind Indicator
Electrical/Mechanical
  • 12-Volt DC Electrical System w/Breaker Panel
  • 75-Hp Yanmar® Diesel Aux Engine w/Two Blade Prop
  • Panda 6kw genset w/sound shield
  • 2 Zone Marine Air AC
  • Alternator, 80-Amp
  • Battery Box, Engine Start
  • Battery Boxes (3), House, Size 4D
  • Battery Charger, Magna Sine inverter/charger
  • Bilge Pump, Manual
  • Bilge Pump, Electric, Primary 1500 GPH
  • Bilge Pump, Electric, Automatic Secondary 4000 GPH w/Alarm
  • Cable TV and Phone Jacks
  • Engine Panel, Deluxe w/Gauges, Alarms and Hour Meter
  • Fresh Water System, Pressurized, Hot and Cold
  • Galvanic Isolator
  • KVA Isolator/transformer
  • Gauges, Tank for Fuel, Water and Waste
  • Lights, Deck and Anchor
  • Navigation Light Package
  • NMMA Certification On All Systems
  • Propane Gas System For Cooking
  • Shore Power System, 120 Volt w/Isolation Transformer and Cord
  • Stereo, Fusion AM/FM w/CD Player cockpit
  • Bose Lifestyle 235 entertainment system in salon
  • Sump Pumps, Shower
  • Waste Holding Tank w/Macerator Pump
  • Water Heater, 11 Gallon
  • X-Change-R® Oil Change System
Interior Equipment

 

 FORWARD CABIN

  • Cabin Lighting
  • Electrical Outlets, AC and DC
  • Hanging Locker (1), Cedar-Lined
  • Hatch, Deck, (1) Opening w/Screen
  • Head, Private w/Shower, Jabsco Electric Head
  • Mattress, Innerspring
  • Shower Sump Pump
  • Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors
  • Storage Cabinets (3)
  • Storage Drawers (3)
  • Storage Shelving
  • Under-Berth Storage Space
  • Vanity, Ensuite w/Corian® Countertop and Storage Cabinets

 

SALON

  • Accord Shades
  • Cabin Lighting LED
  • Courtesy Floor Lighting
  • Deck Side Windows, (4) Fixed w/Shades
  • Deck Windshield ports, Fixed
  • Deluxe Cushion/Fabric Package
  • Dinette Table Convertible to Berth
  • Dinette Table, High Gloss
  • Dorade Vent (1)
  • Electrical Outlets, AC and DC
  • Gloss Finish "Cherry" Woodwork
  • Handrails, Hardwood on Both Sides
  • Hardwood Flooring
  • Hatch, (1) Deck, Opening w/Screens
  • Selected Hardwood Trim
  • Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors
  • Storage Lockers on Hull Sides
  • Storage Shelving

 

GALLEY

  • Corian Countertops w/Backsplash
  • Hatch, (1) Deck, Opening
  • Electrical Outlet, AC
  • Faucet, Chrome Pull-Out Dual Function
  • Fresh Water System, Pressurized, Hot and Cold
  • GE Microwave
  • Ports, (2) Opening w/Screens
  • Waeco Refrigerator, Front Opening, Stainless Steel
  • Waeco Freezer, Front loading
  • Sinks, Double Stainless Steel w/Cutting Board
  • Storage Cabinets (2)
  • Storage Drawers (5)
  • Storage Pantry w/Shelving
  • Storage Shelving
  • Stove, Three Burner, Seaward LPG Gimballed w/Oven
  • Waste Bin, Built-In

 

AFT CABIN

  • Berth, Queen w/Innerspring Mattress and Bedding Package
  • Cabin Lighting
  • Design Bedding Fabrics
  • Electrical Outlets, AC and DC
  • Hanging Locker, (1) Cedar-Lined
  • Headboard, Padded
  • Ports/Hatches, (3) Opening w/Screens
  • Private Access to Head
  • Storage Drawers/Bins (5) Around Bed
  • Vanity w/Corian® Countertop and Mirror

 

MAIN HEAD (AFT)

  • Access Door, Dual
  • Anti-Bacterial Gelcoat
  • Electrical Outlets, AC and DC
  • Hatches, (2) Deck
  • Ports, (2) Opening, Frosted
  • Shower Stall w/Adjustable Shower Head, Seat, and Sump Pump
  • Storage Compartments
  • Vanity w/Corian®Countertop
  • Jabsco electric head

 

NAV STATION

  • Adjustable Chart Light
  • Chart Table, Opening
  • Electrical Outlets, AC, DC and Phone Jack
  • Seat, Wood, Contoured w/Storage
  • Space for Electronics
  • Storage Cabinets

 

 

Electronics
  • Raymarine i70 Package Depth and speed
  • Raymarine wind machine
  • Raymarine Radar
  • Raymarine GPS
  • B&G T12 Chart plotter /Multi display with Nav Pak
  • Raymarine P70 Auto pilot
  • VHF Radio Icom M504
  • Raymarine Smart Controller
Canvas
  • Dodger
  • Bimini
  • Stainless arch
Safety equipment

 

  • Air Horn
  • Anchor and Line
  • Anti-Bacterial Gelcoat in Head
  • Carbon Monoxide and Smoke Detectors
  • Emergency Tiller
  • Fire Extinguishers (2) Handheld
  • Fire Extinguishing System, Automatic, Engine Room
  • Fog Bell
  • GFI Receptacles
  • Handheld Flares
  • High Bilge Water Alarm and Pump
  • Reference Book, Chapman's Piloting
  • Throwable Flotation Cushion
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 Custom R/P 69

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Newport, RI

$525,0009

The R/P 69 INTUITION ( formally WIZARD/ BELLA MENTE) is now available for new horizons.

The race record is second to none, with two Barn Door Trophies to Hawaii, current race record in the Fort Lauderdale to Key West race, current first to finish holder of the Miami to Montego Bay race, overall winner of the 2017 Chicago Mackinaw race, class winner in the 2018 Port Huron and Chicago to Mackinaw race, the list goes on and on.

Many North sails, new standing composite rigging, full safety gear, container, she lacks for nothing

Call for the exact 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

  • ModelR/P 69
  • Model Year2008
  • LOA74 ft

Custom R/P 69 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.

2020 Melges IC 37

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Newport, RI

$265,0001

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.

2006 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 42 DS

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Wakefield, RI

Sea Ya

$155,0001

"Sea Ya" is a 2006 Jeanneau 42 DS located in Wakefield Rhode Island. This spacious boat features two staterooms each with an ensuite head and shower.  The convertible Dinette can also sleep two people. Sea Ya is professionally maintained and ready to cruise.  

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

  • ModelSun Odyssey 42 DS
  • Model Year2006
  • LOA42.42 ft
  • Engines Total Power55 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandYanmar
  • Engine Model4JH4E
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power55 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 42 DS Gallery

Electrical
  • Battery Charger
  • 12V Interior (LED)
  • 12V Exterior Lighting
  • Shore Power Inlet 
  • (3) House Batteries (2020)
  • (1) Starter Battery (2019)
  • 12V Outlets 
  • USCG Navigation Lights
  • 12V Bilge Pump 



Electronics

Navigation 

  • Raymarine E80 GPS 
  • Raymarine ST60 W/D/S 
  • VHF Marine IC-M422
  • Plastimo Compass
  • No Auto-pilot

Entertainment 

  • Memphis 12-MM2CP Sound System with Bluetooth 
  • Cockpit speakers & salon speakers
  • JL Audio Speakers (deck)
  • Toshiba TV
Mechanical
  • 55HP Yanmar Engine (hours unknown) 
  • No Generator 
  • No Heat or AC
  • No Bow Thrusters 
Sails / Rigging
  • In Mast Furling 
  • Quantum Furling Genoa 
  • Quantum Mainsail 
  • Jib 

 

Deck
  • Dual pedestals and wheels
  • Harken winches
  • Harkin cabin top traveler
  • Cockpit table
  • Cockpit shower
  • Swimming ladder
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Spray hood 
  • Anchor chain and rode
  • Spotlight 
  • Lifesling 
  • Anchor windlass 
  • Aft propane hookup / locker
Accomodations
  • 12V Refrigerator
  • Deep Freezer -2021
  • Single Stainless Steel Sink
  • Hot and Cold pressure water
  • Eno Two Burner Gimballed Propane Stove with Oven
  • Cutting board 
  • Leather off-white cushions
  • Jabsco Marine Heads
Additional
  • Shore Power Cord 
  • Lines 
  • Fenders 
  • Coast Guard Safety Equipment 
  • Winch Handles
  • Bottom paint (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.

2013 Gozzard 31 Mark II

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Portsmouth, RI

Slow Waltz

$175,0008

$10,000 Price Reduction 

Slow Waltz is a 2013 Gozzard 31 Mark II. This one of a kind custom build spent its life on the Great Lakes up until May 2021. She features a self-tacking head sail, bow thruster, reverse cycle air conditioning, a 12V anchor windlass, 2021 genoa and stay sail and more! 

Slow Waltz is a must 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 Latitude Yacht Brokerage, LLC.

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Specifications

  • BuilderGozzard Yachts
  • Model31 Mark II
  • Model Year2013
  • DesignerH. Ted Gozzard
  • LOA36.17 ft
  • Engines Total Power35 hp
  • Number of Engines1
  • Engine BrandWesterbeke
  • Engine Model35B3
  • Engine TypeInboard
  • Engine Power35 horsepower
  • Engine Fuel Typediesel

Gozzard 31 Mark II Gallery

Electrical
  • 110V Reverse Cycle Air-Conditioning System 
  • (2) AGM House batteries, 250 amp hours 
  • AGM Engine Start Battery
  • 12V Breaker panel  
  • 110V Breaker panel 
  • 110V AC Shore Power Connection and Cord
  • 12V Shower Sump Pump 
  • 12V Nav Lights 
  • 12V Interior Lights 
  • 12V Anchor Light 
  • 12V Cockpit Lights 
  • 12V Rule Bilge Pump 
  • 12V Refrigeration  
  • 12V Outlets
  • 12V DC Electric bilge pump
  • (2) 12V Cabin Outlets - Navigation station, head, and helm
  • 110V Outlets 
  • 110V Magnum Energy Battery Charger / Inverter 
  • 110V Water heater 
  • ITR Marine Heating System 
Electronics

Navigation:

  • Raymarine E90 Hybrid Touch Chart Plotter
  • Raymarine Autopilot
  • Raymarine ST60 (wind speed & direction & depth)
  • Raymarine 55 Class D VHF (nav station with masthead antenna)
  • Ritchie Compass

 

Entertainment: 

  • LG Flatscreen TV
Mechanical
  • Westerbeke 35B3 engine rated at 31 hp at 3,000 rpm (353hrs 10/21)
  • 12V Bow Thruster
  • Xintex S-2A propane remote solenoid and propane sensor
  • 3-Blade Michigan Prop - 16"x14" RH bronze 
Sails / Rigging
  • Selden Mast and Boom
  • Schaefer in mast Furler with Self-Tending Headsail
  • Main Sail
  • North Sail - Genoa (2021)
  • North Sail - Stay Sail (2021)
  • Spare Jib Halyard
  • (2)  Lewmar Primary Winches
  • (2)  Lewmar Utility Winches
  • (1) Electric Utility Winch - coachroof port
  • Sheet Bags - cockpit
Deck
  • Bowsprit with double anchor rollers 
  • 28" Wooden Wheel
  • Seawater Washdown
  • Large storage locker just aft of the windlass
  • Hardtop with opening front windows and opening sunroof
  • Dinghy Davits
  • Emergency Tiller
  • Lifelines with gates port and starboard
  • Complete set of Cockpit Cushions
  • Stainless Steel Handrails
Galley
  • Force 10 2-Burner Gimballed propane stove with oven and broiler
  • Propane Tank in a custom cockpit locker
  • 12V Nova Cool refrigeration/freezer
  • Corian Counter with Tile Backsplash
  • Additional flip-up galley counter
  • Single stainless steel sink
  • Filtered water faucet
  • 12V Hot and cold pressure water
Additional
  • (2)  3" solar ventilators
  • One solar -12V shower ventilator
  • Curtains for all ports
  • (4) 12V Hella fans
  • Screens for all openings
  • Imtra LED interior lights
  • Fenders and lines
  • Six-step stainless steel folding swim ladder on the transom
  • Whale Manual Bilge Pump
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.

1954 Herreshoff Araminta

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Jamestown, RI

Araminta

$175,0008

The original ARAMINTA now available for her next steward!

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.

2020 Bluewater 56

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Barrington, RI

Pneumatic

$1,545,0002

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.