The Bristol 29.9 was designed by Halsey Herreshoff. She features a modified full keel with a protected skeg-hung rudder, quality construction, excellent sailing performance, and a roomy, attractive, and comfortable interior.
SWEET PEA's owners are retiring from boat ownership. They have owned her since 1995 and have given her good care. In 2003 they had a new Yanmar diesel installed which has only 156 hours of use. Recent improvements are an Awlgripped hull (2012), new lifelines (2013), and a new electrical panel (2013).
Sleeps five. V berth with filler cushion forward, enclosed athwartships head next aft with vanity, hanging locker opposite to starboard. Main cabin with settees port and starboard. Teak centerline bulkhead-mounted dining table with two leaves and storage. L-shaped galley aft to starboard, nav station and quarterberth opposite to port.
Galley features recessed Kenyon two-burner pressurized alcohol stove, portable one-burner butane stove, stainless steel sink with manual foot pump, and ice box.
12 volt DC system with two 12 volt batteries, battery selector switch, newer Blue Seas breaker panel. 110 volt AC dockside system (no shore power cord).
Datamarine Corinthian depthsounder and knotmeter/log, Raytheon ST60+ apparent wind speed/direction indicator (2013), Regency Polaris MP-6000XL VHF transceiver, Ritchie SP-5 pedestal-mounted compass.
Modified full keel with skeg-hung rudder. Awlgripped (Fall, 2012) white topsides with blue cove and boot stripes. White decks. Edson pedestal wheel steering. Stainless steel bow anchor roller. Anchor locker recessed in foredeck. Lifelines (2013) with gates port and starboard. stainless steel transom-mounted swim ladder. One opening port in head. Two overhead Bomar hatches. Two Nicro Fico solar vents.
Keel-stepped aluminum mast and boom. Sail inventory consists of Squeteague mainsail (2000) with two sets of reef points in excellent condition, Hild 150% roller-furling genoa (original) in fair condition, hank-on storm jib (little used), asymmetric spinnaker (seldom used), original mainsail. Hood line-drive roller furling system. Winch inventory includes two Lewmar #25 genoa sheet winches, Lewmar #16 self-tailing mainsheet winch mounted on house, Barient #10 mast-mounted main halyard winch, Barient #8 mast-mounted jib halyard winch. Mainsheet traveler mounted on house. Block and tackle boom vang.
Cockpit dodger, Sunbrella cockpit awning, cockpit table, custom cockpit cushions, Danforth anchor with chain and nylon rode, Cybernet AM/FM/cassette stereo with two speakers, electric and manual bilge pumps, emergency tiller, mainsail cover (2013), book rack mounted on main bulkhead, nav station light, spot light, boat hook, fenders, docklines, four PFD's, radar reflector, solar shower, two spare bronze props.
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.
190 Lincoln Street
Hingham, MA 02043