A beautiful classic built well and continually maintained. Seriously for sale, call to see her in Sales Tax free RI today.
Contact David McKenney, CPYB at Brewer Yacht Sales, 401-641-8697 or email@example.com .
Rhapsody is an excellent example of this popular Ted Hood designed quality sailing yacht built to the highest standards by Bristol Yachts. The interior of Rhapsody is flawless in every regard. Her interior teak is finished with a hand rubbed satin effect varnish. Beginning forward is a private stateroom that furthest forward has an enclosed chain locker followed by a traditional v-berth with filler that stores conveniently above the berth when not in use.The upholstery is a blue fabric with white fleck. There is teak sheathing on the hull. To starboard is a hanging locker with a shelf on top; there is also storage above and below the v-berth. Natural light and ventilation are provided for via an overhead hatch and two opening ports. The forward stateroom has doors to both the main salon and the head. 12 volt electric fan.
Moving aft, the head is to port with a stainless steel sink, hot and cold pressure water, shower and sump pump. The toilet is a manual Raritan with holding tank and y-valve for overboard discharge. Storage is provided for in two cabinets above the sink and one below the sink. An opening port provides natural light and ventilation.
The main salon has a hanging locker with shelf and three drawers opposite the head to starboard; there are settees to port and starboard that also convert to berths via extensions. There is a large bulkhead-mounted dining table (with storage behind) that when not in use gives the main salon an open and airy feeling. Next to the dining table, there is a brass clock, barometer and tide clock mounted to the bulkhead. The cushions are upholstered in the same blue fabric with white fleck as the forward stateroom. Storage is provided for in bookshelves and lockers behind and below. The cabin sole is teak and holly (varnished) and all doors in the main cabin are louvered.
The galley is aft and to starboard at the base of the companionway and features a stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water and a three-burner Shipmate propane stove, oven and solenoid switch. Refrigeration is an isotherm cold plate.
ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT;
Ritchie s.s. Compass mounted on the pedestal.
ICOM M402 VHF with command cockpit mike
Datamarine Depth Sounder w/Alarm
Datamarine Apparent Wind Speed and Direction Indicator
Datamarine Knotmeter w/Log
Raymarine RL70RC Radar and Chartplotter
Autohelm ST 4000
Questus Mounted Radar and GPS antennas
110 Volt (AC) with 4 Breakers
12 Volt (DC) with 16 Breakers
Two 12 Volt #31 AGM Power-Tec House Batteries (used 2 seasons)
One #31 AGM Northstar Starting Battery (New 2017)
Guest 15 Amp Battery Charger
110 Volt Dockside Power w/Dockside Power Cable
Danforth Charger Indicator for the Batteries
Alternator Power Max 125 Volt
Isotherm Coldplate Refrigeration
DECK AND HULL:
Hull has been custom Awlgrip dark navy with a gold cove stripe and a white boot stripe (1999).
Bottom stripped and barrier coated in 1997.
The bottom is painted with green Interlux Micron 66.
The decks are white with light grey non-skid.
Bow pulpit with stemhead and single anchor roller
Side stanchions with double lifelines, gates both port and starboard
Stern pushpit that has a gate and boarding ladder with teak steps
Teak grate covers cockpit floor
Higher flared tapered teak toerails with mid-ship and stern chocks
Two Dorade boxes with teak tops and chrome ventilators and ss guard rails
Horseshoe life ring
Lifesling overboard rescue system
Teak flagstaff with ensign
White dodger and filler to connect with Bimini Custom
Fairclough winter cover and frame
SAILS AND RIGGING;
Anodized aluminum spar stepped on the keel, single spreader masthead rig
All wires to include upper and lower shrouds and backstay replaced new three seasons ago.
Both halyards replaced with new rope halyards and 4 new Aluminum anodized sheeves on top of the mast where halyards run through.
All new running rigging to include main-sheet with Schaefer Blocks and new genoa sheet also done at same time as standing rigging
Schaefer system 1100 roller furling
Inboard Genoa Track
Main with jiffy reefing and Lazy Jack
Multi Purpose Spinnaker
43 CST Primaries (2)
10 CST Main Halyard
16 CST Genoa Halyard
MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT AND ENGINE DETAILS;
Upgraded Universal 24HP M-30 Diesel (standard engine for this boat was a 2 cyl 18 HP eng)
Fuel Filter 24 Racor
Edson Wheel Steering
Two Bildge Pumps (one manual and one electric with automatic float switch) Three-blade propeller Engine heat exchanger and exhaust header/riser replaced in 2002.
4 motor mounts and muffler-can replaced new one season ago
Cutlass bearing, engine driveshaft and coulpling flange replaced new 2 seasons ago
Raritan 6 gallon electric hot water heater. Also runs off the engine coolant.
Brewer Wickford Cove Marina
65 Reynolds Street
Wickford, RI 02852