1959 McIntosh Cutter
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- Type de moteur/essence:
- Monomoteur / Autre
- Situé en:
- Washington, NC
- Matériau de la coque:
- Dernier prix affiché:
- US$ 13,000 (EUR 11,086)
Sails in good condition, roller furling jib, club foot jib, roller furling main.
10 opening bronze ports, tile fireplace w/removable chimney, head w/holding tank and macerator (never used).
Traditional, wholesome cruising sailboat. Major refit underway with completion in sight!
Please contact at (252) 975- 2174
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Spécifications, Équipements et informations supplémentaires:
Nom du bateau
Architecte: D.C. McIntosh
Longeur hors tout: 32 Pied 10 Pouce
Maître bau: 10 Pied 0 Pouce
Longeur de ligne de flottaison: 26 Pied 6 Pouce
Tirant d'eau maximum: 4 Pied 0 Pouce
Type de moteur/essence: Autre
Total Power: 31
Fresh Water: 70
Sleeping accommodations for four with v-berths in the forward stateroom. An enclosed head is aft to port with hanging locker opposite. The main cabin has a settee with very comfortable "Concordia" swing-down type berth along each side w/storage lockers outboard. A drop leaf dining table is between the settees and a tiled fireplace. The galley is aft to port of the companionway. The interior is finished in white paint w/varnished mahogany trim and teak & holly sole. Excellent ventilation is provided via ample ventilators and 10 bronze opening ports.
The galley is equipped with a Shipmate 2 burner propane stove, sink, dish racks and storage cabinets and is very user friendly.
- Ritchie binnacle/pedestal mounted compass
- Datamarine digital depth dounder
- Kenyon know meter
- New (99) 12V panel
- New (99) wiring
- Shore power connections
Stainless standing rigging w/bronze turnbuckles, bright hollow spruce spars and the mast is mounted in a bronze tabernacle and the main boom is fitted with a "McIntosh" roller reefing system.
- Roller furling main
- Roller furling job
- Club foot jib
Boat is constructed of cedar carved planking over laminated steam-bent oak frames, copper rivet fastened. Oak and locust backbone, bright mahogany trunk, rails, hatches and trim. Harborite marine plywood main deck, fiberglass over marine plywood cabin roof. Wood centerboard - trunk beneath cabin sole. Self-bailing cockpit w/wheel steering.
The Pamela J was designed and built to high quality standards by D.C. "Bud" McIntosh of Dover Point, NH. She is heavily built with excellent materials through out including white cedar planking, locust stem and butt blocks and monel tanks. She is of handsome traditional clipper bow design.
- Marine head w/ holding tank
- New(never used) macerator
- Major refit in 1996
- Anchor, chain and rode
- Automatic halon fire extinguisher in engine space
- Custom made boarding ladder
- Bilge blower
- CG safety equipment
- Merriman winches
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.
*This price is based on today's currency conversion rate.