From the drawing board of Jim Taylor, the Graves 37 is a great sailing, competitive cruising yacht. Annisquam Too is under her second ownership; owners who have given her good care and sailed her throughout the New England Coast since 1987.
Annisquam Too has just had her bottom stripped and Interprotect barrier coats have been applied (Feb 2016).
Very spacious cruising accommodations for 7 in a well designed cabin.
The stateroom forward has v-berths port and starboard with a filler cushion to create a double berth. This cabin has an overhead hatch and an opening port for good ventilation. There is a hanging locker and row of drawers all within the stateroom, which is closed from the passageway with a privacy door.
Aft of the forward stateroom is the head area, which is to port. This is very large by yacht standards in this size range, and includes a separate shower area with a seat. The marine toilet was replaced in 2012 and the holding tank in 2009. There is a vanity sink on the aft bulkhead. There is an overhead hatch and an opening port for excellent ventilation.
The main cabin has settee berths port and starboard, the port berth of which converts to a double berth. There are large storage lockers outboard of each berth and caned doors for the lockers above. On the starboard forward bulkhead is a Force 10 Propane cabin heater, which is a recent addition. The port forward bulkhead holds the large folding dining table.
Aft of the main cabin, to port, is a second stateroom. The navigation table is forward in this area, which has a dedicated seat with storage under. Aft is a double quarter berth. There is also a hanging locker outboard of the nav seat. An overhead hatch, an opening port and an additional port into the cockpit area provide ventilation.
The galley is aft to starboard of the main cabin. It is a "U" shape configuration for ease of cooking while underway. A Force 10 propane 3 burner stove with an oven is midships. Double sinks and a storage locker are in the forward countertop, and a large ice box is aft. Great storage areas are provided for dishes, cooking utensils and stores.
Over the winter of 2004-2005 all of the cabin windows and ports were replaced, as well as the headliner, and over the past 10 years the marine head, holding tank and water tanks have been replaced as well as the galley stove.
Mainsail - North (1997)
130% genoa 1987
Hood roller furling
# 53 Self tailing 2 speed primary sheet winches (2005)
# 42 Self tailing 2 speed halyard winches on the cabin house, aft
2 speed sheet winch for mainsheet on cabin house, aft
Hydraulic backstay adjuster (2014)
Harken line adjustable main sheet traveler (2008)
35# CQR Anchor
100' chain, 100' rode
DANFORTH 22S anchor
LEWMAR electric Windlass with rope and chain gypsies (2010)
UP and down foot switches on deck
Sea water wash down
anchor roller on stemhead
Double stern and bow rails
Double life lines
Gate on port side
Stern rail split for boarding ladder
Teak toe rails
Cabin ports replaced (2005)
Drink holder on pedestal
Folding teak table on pedestal
Spray dodger - green
Swinglift Outboard motor hoist (2014)
Garmin GPS MAP 498 Chartplotter
Standard Horizon Explorer VHF radio
Datamarine Wind speed and direction
Datamarine wind expansion
Raymarine ST60 Knot / log
Raymarine ST60 Depth
Yanmar 3JH2E 3 cyl 38 hp FWC Diesel 1998
1906 hours on meter
Racor fuel / water separator filter
Seawater intake strainer
Fuel tank replaced (2002)
Edson Pedestal steering
Wheel brake and engine controls on pedestal
Force 10 Propane stove (2008) and cabin heater
3 solenoid valves
2 10 # aluminum propane tanks
12 volt ships electrical system
4 group 27 batteries
Dual battery bank selector switch
Circuit breaker panel
Electric bilge pump
Lewmar Electric windlass (2010)
Electric fuel gauge
110 volt AC shore power system
Shore power cord
100 gal fresh water tankage (tanks replaced in 2004)
Hot and cold pressure water
Water heater connected to 110 AC and from engine cooling lines
Raritan PH II Marine toilet (2012)
Holding tank (replaced 2009)
Overboard discharge macerator pump for holding tank (2009)
Robinhood Marine Center
340 Robinhood Road
Georgetown, ME 04548