Built in Denmark by LM Glasfiber and Designed by Bent Juul Andersen this Pilot House "Canoe Transom" has Wheel Steering and Cockpit Tiller Steering. The appeal of LM boats is definitely in their appearance. If you like a pilothouse and the idea of a canoe stern, this boat is for you. She is well-made and sails well. With its pilothouse and canoe stern, you might expect it to sail like a motor sailor, but it’s nimble and relatively quick, much like a conventional modern sloop. The rig is a conventional, single-spreader masthead sloop. The chain plates are close to the deck house, so the side decks are adequately wide. This LM is extremely well equipped both for day sailing and extended cruising with a Very Comfortable Interior Arrangement.She is a Well Maintained Pilot House Sloop.
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Berths for 5 in 2 cabins. Upon entering the pilot house through large sliding doors from the cockpit the helm is to starboard with integral chart table; large clear slide opening hatch above, the galley is to port. The salon is next with door, "L" shaped seating to starboard (converts to a double berth), center line drop leaf dinette table, settee to port and enclosed head with shower next forward, the "v-berth" is forward with privacy curtain and a large hanging locker. Note also the following features: teak and holly cabin sole through out; varnished mahogany interior with Ultra Suede blue upholstery.
On portside, in the pilot house. There is a 2 burner (propane) stove and sink that are enclosed in a cabinet with an opening lid, which serve as a counter top, Norcold 110/12 volt refrigerator opposite under helm seat, hot & cold pressure water with engine heat exchanger and abundant storage. A locker in the salon holds the included LM dinnerware and glassware in custom holders.
Canoe transom, skeg hung rudder; bimini top attaches to the pilot house with full enclosure a very large cockpit with abundant storage and folding cockpit table; fore deck anchor locker with recessing manual windlass (rope drum and chain gypsy), claw anchor, anchor roller, docklines, fenders, windshield wipers center opening window. COLORS: white hull and deck, grey deck nonskid, blue cove & boot stripes, black bottom paint. There is a 2015 custom winter cover to protect the boat in the winter layup and a Jowi Custom galvanized steel cradle.
The boat is equipped for cruising; aluminum spar stepped on deck, stainless wire standing rigging, roller furling, 4 Andersen winches, boom vang, mainsheet traveler; Lake Michigan Sails and Canvas mainsail 2004 with lazy jacks, 2 reef points and boom cover. There is a 140% and 135% genoas with sun covers and a cruising spinnaker 1989. All halyards and reefing lines lead aft to the cockpit for easy control.
12,000 BTU Marine Air reverse cycle air conditioning, pilot house wheel steering, cockpit tiller steering w/ 2 tiller lengths, automatic bilge pumps. Engine replaced in 1996 complete engine gauges, Saildrive with 3 blade propeller, fresh water cooling system, fuel filters; raw water sea strainer.
915 W. Savidge
Spring lake, MI 49456