First-class workmanship throughout in selected mahogany veneers and solid mahogany trim; hand-rubbed varnish to a satin finish; teak & holly cabin sole; “upholstered” overhead panels w/ fore & aft mahogany battens in the main cabin; mahogany slats against the hull behind salon cabinetry and in the staterooms for air circulation and appearance; ventilation from (4) overhead hatches, companionway hatch, (3) Dorade ventilators plus (2) additional cabin top vents; interior lighting from (17) fixtures, including (11) LED’s, (4) red/white dome lights, engine room fluorescent light, etc.
V-berth forwardmost with 6’8” bunks, filler cushion & storage under. Berths have stacked 4” foam with 1” memory foam on top & Ultrasuede covers. Additional storage cabinet forward, shelves outboard & privacy cabin door.
Next aft to port is the combined head/shower/sink, with (2) generous hanging lockers opposite to starboard. The head cabin is spacious with composting marine toilet, large china wash basin, storage under counter & outboard, and teak grate over a shower sump. Headroom 6’ in this area.
Amidships is the open & spacious salon area with L-settee to port, straight settee to starboard & a fixed, double dropleaf table on centerline. The seatbacks for both settees hinge up to provide comfortable single sea berths below. Cushions are 4” foam with 1” memory foam over & Ultrasuede covers, and length 6’6”. Auxiliary fuel tank & organized storage compartment under the port settee. Additional organized storage compartments under the starboard settee. Additional storage behind & above the seatbacks. 6’3” headroom in this area.
Aftmost to port in the main cabin is the very custom nav desk area. To facilitate cruising, the owners designed a very functional, large, refrigerated compartment in lieu of the standard nav desk, with a more spacious “stand-up” chart table/counter over the top. The work was very professionally done, and looks like an original feature from the builder. Outboard & above are radios, instrumentation, electrical panel, tank gauges, etc. Further aft in the passageway is additional counter with storage lockers outboard & below. Opposite in the passageway are access doors to the engine compartment.
Companionway steps are on centerline, with additional engine access below, and aft to starboard in the main cabin is the galley area. Outboard is the newer Force 10 gimbaled stove & oven, and near centerline is a double, stainless steel sink with hot & cold pressure water plus a manual fresh water pump. Large dry-storage area under the counter, and additional generous storage lockers outboard, as well as under the galley sink. There is a long spice rack above the sink, and waste basket below. Countertops have been renewed in off-white laminate.
Aft via the passage way is the full-width owners’ stateroom, with a double berth to starboard & single berth to port. Cushions are 4” foam with 1” memory foam over the top & Ultrasuede covers. Large hanging locker to port, with additional storage outboard to starboard, as well as under the berth & twin lockers in the aft cabintop bulkhead.
The roomy center cockpit is nicely protected by a hard windscreen and soft dodger top. The cockpit well is self-draining with new teak gratings over the sole. There is a large storage locker under the starboard bench, and very nice cushions both sides & behind the helm.
- Force 10 2-burner gimbaled LPG stove/oven/broiler w/ stainless steel safety bar & full-width cutting board for top.
- Countertops renewed w/ Formica laminate.
- Large, double stainless steel sink near centerline.
- Large custom refrigeration box w/ over 7 cu ft utilizing VIP R50 insulation, Frigoboat keel-cooled, coldplate, 12V refrigeration gear & plastic-coated wire-mesh interior baskets – new in 2007. Project beautifully done, and a feature article in the February 2009 edition of Cruising World magazine.
- GMDSS* compliant ICOM M-802 single sideband w/ antenna tuner & Pactor III modem – system new in 2006.
- *Global Maritime Distress and Safety System: An internationally-agreed upon world-wide set of safety procedures, types of equipment & communication protocols used to increase safety and make it easy to communicate with distressed vessels.
- Navigation w/ HP laptop computer using Maptech Ocean Navigator charting program, covering US East & West Coasts, Bahamas, Mexico & British Columbia.
- Laptop also controls the SSB via the Pactor modem, allowing e-mail & weather fax, as well as a passage-planning program.
- 406 McMurdo GPERB.
- Furuno 1623 LCD radar
w/ radome mounted on independent mast to port aft of the cockpit – new in 2006.
- Furuno GPS & Furuno wind indicator – new in 2006.
- Standard Horizon VHF
- Autohelm depth sounder.
- Mast-mounted Tri-Lens Radar Reflector.
- Plastimo 5” binnacle-mounted compass - new in 2008; chrome ship’s clock with chiming capability.
- Raymarine EV-200 linear-drive, below-decks autopilot w/ control head in the cockpit plus a hand-held remote – new in 2015.
- 12V DC & 110V AC systems; switch/fuse breaker panel w/ gauges at the nav station.
- Balmar 100A high-output alternator w/ external smart regulator – new in 2008.
- Xantrex 3-phase 50A battery charger; Balmar duo-charger for start batteries – new in 2006.
- Start batteries – new in 2008: (2) Optima (spiral cell technology) deep-cycle 12V AGM (100ah total, all wiring replaced).
- House batteries – new in 2008: (2) Trojan 4D 12V AGM (350ah total, all wiring replaced, cables where possible protected in plastic pipes or hoses).
- 30A shore power connector w/ 50’ shore cord for 30A service.
- (17) cabin lights (11 are LED) plus 4 red/white dome lights and 1 fluorescent light in engine room – upgrade to LEDs in 2008 & 2015.
- 3-position battery selector switch (house or start bank) under the companionway.
- Anchor windlass circuit-breaker and auto bilge alarm switch under the companionway.
- Gauge for main fuel tank at the nav station.
- Inverter w/ (3) outlets.
- 4” international navigation running lights.
Engine & Mechanical
- Yanmar 4JH3E marine diesel engine rated at 56HP, installed 2003 w/ 2,560 operating hours since.
- Deluxe engine instrument panel in the cockpit coaming – new in 2003.
- Single-lever engine control mounted at the pedestal.
- Engine manifold wet exhaust line in rubber w/ water-lock & rubber silencer.
- (2) stainless steel fuel tanks approx. total of 63 gallons (150 + 90 liters).
- Fuel tanks were cleaned, inspected & fuel polished in 2013.
- All fuel tank hoses renewed in 2006.
- New 1.25” stainless steel shaft, cutlass bearing & dripless shaft seal – new in 2006.
- Engine & shaft carefully aligned w/ suspended rubber shaft bearing & water-lubricated rubber cutlass bearing.
- 4-blade VariProp feathering propeller new in 2006 – serviced regularly at haulouts.
- Engine compartment under the cockpit is well-insulated for noise reduction.
- Engine access via three doors in the passageway to the aft cabin, as well as from behind the companionway ladder.
- The cockpit floor has a bolted, detachable panel for engine removal.
- Pedestal steering w/ chain & cable to the heavy-duty steering quadrant; 24” stainless steel steering wheel w/ adjustable friction brake.
- Rudder dropped for close inspection (excellent condition) & reinforced the rudder post hull penetration w/ extra FRP as a preventive measure in 2008.
Other Systems & Equipment
- Webasto AirTop 5500 diesel-fired, forced air heating system – new in 2006.
- AquaMarine 24 GPH reverse osmosis water maker – new in 2010.
- Fresh water storage tank approx. 86 gallons of FRP construction.
- Pressurized hot & cold fresh water system to galley & head.
- 10-gallon hot water tank.
- All drains from the cockpit, scupper & sinks drain below the waterline w/ thru-hull fittings & seacocks; all hose clamps in stainless steel.
- Electric & manual bilge pumps.
- Air Head composting marine toilet (www.airheadtoilet.com) – new in 2015.
Deck Features & Equipment
- Center cockpit design w/ rigid windscreen of tempered glass in aluminum alloy frames; center panel opens w/ new hardware in 2007.
- A canvas spray-hood attaches to the windscreen to shelter the forward part of the cockpit – new in 2012.
- Stainless steel bow & stern pulpits; 26” high stainless steel conical stanchions w/ double lifelines – vinyl-coated stainless steel wire w/ lifeline netting bow to stern & canvas weather cloths either side of the cockpit.
- Stainless steel, folding swim ladder mounted on the transom.
- Teak cockpit grates & cockpit table.
- Original teak decks were removed in 2003 & a new patterned & painted non-skid surface professionally applied at the dealer yard in Essex, CT.
- 12” mooring cleats bow & stern, plus 10” mooring cleats amidships.
- Lewmar V700 vertical 12V anchor windlass w/ two-way foot switches & new motor installed 2016.
- 35# CQR primary anchor w/ 210’ 5/16” BBB chain & 300’ 5/8” nylon rode; 35# Danforth HT secondary anchor stores on the stern pulpit; 50# folding fisherman’s storm anchor.
- (8) port-lights in the shear of 9mm tempered glass & aluminum alloy frames.
- Just below the shear is a built-in rubstrake w/ bronze profile.
- Hot/cold cockpit shower; flagstaff at the stern.
Sails & Rigging
- Deck-stepped spar system by Selden Mast AB.
- Silver-anodized extruded aluminum mast & boom, w/ internal halyards.
- Masthead sloop; single-spreader rig; conduit for wire runs in the mast.
- Strong Track mainsail slide system added to the mast w/ lazy jacks – new in 2006.
- New stainless steel chainplates in 2015; all new standing rigging in 2006 – stainless steel 1x19 wire w/ turnbuckles & swaged terminals by Port Townsend Rigging.
- Jiffy slab reefing system w/ (2) sets of reef points, tack & clew lines, Lewmar 7C-SS reefing winch on the mast under the boom, plus an outhaul on the boom.
- Harken adjustable mainsheet traveler on aft cockpit coaming; mainsheet with 6:1 purchase.
- Running rigging is braided Dacron; block & tackle manual boom vang.
- (2) Lewmar 43CST primary sheet winches; (2) 10” locking winch handles.
- (2) Lewmar 16CST halyard winches on the mast.
- Spinnaker w/ heel-lift system stores on the mast; telescoping whisker pole stores along the stanchions.
- Dacron, full-batten main & 125% furling genoa working sails custom-built & hand-sewn by Carol Hasse’s Port Townsend Sails in 2006; checked by PTS in 2015 – excellent condition.
- Original 100% furling working jib in good condition.
- North Sails cruising spinnaker w/ sock in good condition.
- Harken furling system for the headstay.
- Mainsail & furling genoa covers are of dark blue Sunbrella.
- Exterior cockpit cushions of 2” open-cell foam w/ dark blue Sunbrella covers.
- Ample fenders & mooring lines.
- (4) inflatable life vests; (4) safety harnesses; jacklines to run fore & aft.
- Plastimo MOB buoy & strobe light.
- (2) fire extinguishers strategically located in galley & aft cabin near the engine compartment.
- Manuals for equipment on board.
- Lloyds Register of Shipping Hull Construction Certificate.
- Personal tools
Other Replacements and/or Additions by Current Owners
- Lewmar anchor windlass & all associated wiring.
- Three anchors & ground tackle.
- All mooring lines, lifelines, netting & weather cloths.
- All interior & exterior cushions.
- Force 10 stove/oven; LPG tank w/ approved storage & remote shut-off.
- Galley countertops; IKEA storage systems throughout the boat.
- Ship’s clock; masthead anchor light.
- Teak cockpit grates; hot/cold cockpit shower.
- VHF radio; depth sounder; GPERB; HP laptop w/ charting.
- All thru-hulls & valves.
- All standing & running rigging.
- Jabsco diaphragm bilge pump w/ independent high-water alarm.
- VHF antenna & all associated mast wiring.
- Stripped all anti-fouling paint down to the fiberglass, applied (5) coats of barrier paint, then new Trinidad anti-fouling paint.