Miss Nina is a 61 ft. pilothouse ketch designed by Phil Bolger and built in 1996 by Brad Story in Essex Massachusetts. She is a beautiful shallow draft vessel designed to allow for plenty of space down below, in her pilothouse, and on deck. She carries over 1,200 square feet of sail, is stable and comfortable when the wind is up, and her rig is set up to be easily handled. With her twin diesel engines she can cruise at eight knots when the wind is not cooperating. Built and maintained to the highest standards and with updated systems Miss Nina surveys to "as new" condition. She is the perfect boat for family cruising, live-aboard, or potential charter business.
Current survey available to interested parties.
Sails all in new condition
Roller furling jib
Club footed staysail
Main furled in mast
Mizzen furled in mast
Solid /stainless steel rod standing rigging
Double braid running rigging new in 2010
With a beautifully appointed, executed and maintained interior, a spacious pilothouse, and ample space in the cockpit and on deck, Miss Nina is the perfect boat for coastal cruising and exploration with the added benefit of shallow draft allowing this 61 ft. boat access to tidal areas unapproachable to sailboats half her size. Her mast height of 56 ft. 6 in. allows her to travel anywhere in the Intracoastal Waterway. This boat is in excellent condition and with its updated systems, rig and amenities makes for a perfect family cruiser, live-aboard, or charter vessel.
DISPLACEMENT 22 Tons
With her two diesel engines, dual propellers and bow thruster Miss Nina is easy to maneuver even in the tightest of spaces.
Two Cummins B4 Diesel 75 HP each
Fuel 2 Aluminum 112 1/2 Gals. each
Water 2 Aluminum Fwd. 40 Gals.
Polyethylene Aft. 80 Gals.
Waste 2 Polyethylene 28 Gals. Fwd.
56 Gals. Aft.
Cooking Fuel 2 Metal 20 Lbs. each
3 Double berths
2 Full Heads
3 Burner Stove with oven
Double Stainless Steel Sink
3 8D batteries and 1 Starting battery
3 DC panels
1 AC panel
Northern Lights Generator
P.O. Box 203
Rockport, ME 04856