1930 Rhodes 42
RI, United States
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- RI, United States
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- Current Price:
- US$ 89,000 (£ 71,429)
THIS IS A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO OWN A CHICAGO SAILING LEGEND AND CONTINUE THE TRADITION OF WINNING RACES.
In 1936, BANGALORE was purchased by E.B."Ted" Lombard, a highly respected yachtsman and vice-commodore of the Chicago Yacht Club. And in 1937 Bangalore began an unprecedented string of racing victories beginning with Chicago to Black Lake, the Saugatuck race, Michigan City to St. Jo, Holland to White Lake, Waukegan, the QueQueen'sp, a 110 mile sprint from Wisconsin to Michigan, and the annual Chicago Daily News Regatta. Her greatest accomplishment was taking home her first Chicago-Mackinac by finishing first in class and first overall in 1938 and repeating the feat in 1939. From 1930 to 1963 BANGALORE continueD to hold the record for the consecutive number of Chicago-Mackinac races,(33), finishing first in class 5 times, second 3 times and a third in the Port Huron to Mackinac race in 1955. She was no less famous on the Great Lakes than another great Rhodes design, Escapade, who had the distinction of winning Port Huron-Mackinac 5 times in the 1950's.
BANGALORE was built in 1930 by Ross bros. in Benton Harbor, Mich. The designer, Philip Rhodes, ultimately made his mark as one of the most versatile yacht and ship designers of the 20Th century, if not any era.
IT IS TIME TO BRING BANGALORE HOME TO CHICAGO AND TO CONTINUE HER WINNING RECORD.
RECENT SURVEY IS AVAILABLE FOR SERIOUS BUYERS.
PRESENT OWNER WILL DELIVER HER AND ASSIST IN COMMISSIONING TO CHICAGO REGION.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 42 ft 11 in
Beam: 10 ft 10 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 5 in
Displacement: 21350 lbs Half Load
Ballast: 8500 lbs
Total Power: 38 HP
Engine Brand: YANMAR
Year Built: 2001
Engine Model: 3JH2E
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 900
Propeller: 2 blade propeller
Drive Type: Shaft Drive
Engine Power: 38 HP
Cruising Speed: 6 knots
Maximum Speed: 8 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: (80 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (40 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (15 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 4
Number of double berths: 1
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
ADDITIONAL RACING HISTORY
In 1990 she began competing offshore and successfully completed nine consectutive Newport-Bermuda Ocean Races. Additionally, running riggine was continually modernized, new high tech sails added each year along with state of the art elecronics Once again she achieved fame by finishing second overall in the 1997 Marblehead-Halifax race and repeating that feat in the 2000 Newport-Bermuda. Four of the nine Bermuda races she has finished in the top ten yachts. Bangalore's timeless design and performance rating,(ORR, PHRF & IRC), allows her to compete admirably in mixed fleets, old and new. If sailed right, she is in the money. And Bangalore continues to win silver in regattas from Maine to New York including the venerable Monhegan Island race, hosted by the Portland Yacht Club and the Northern and Southern summer Classic yacht series.
BANGALORE was built using only the finest materials and personally selected from their stock of Honduran Mahogany for the hull, Burma teak for the deck, Georgia Long Leaf Yellow pine for stringers and tongue and groove cedar for the cabin top. Her interior is classic, elegant, old-world yachting charm.
Starting forward is an anchor locker with port and starboard berths aft. There is storage under the berths. There is a head on port and hanging locker on starboard aft of the berths.
Moving to the main salon, there is a centerline stowable dining table and settees port and starboard. The navigation station is aft on port, and the galley is opposite. Engine access is behind the companionway and also access through a watertight galvanized hatch in the cockpit sole.
Electronics and Electrical
- White Compass, 4 inch
- West Marine VHF radio
- SEA 235 SSB
- Raytheon ST60 Depthfinder, Wind Indicator and Speed Log
- KVH Sail comp w/fluxgate compass
- Raytheon 590 GPS, Simrad CP 32 Plotter
- Furuno CRT type radar
- AM/FM CD
- 12 volt system with distribution panel
- Batteries: (2) 12v HD4d - house, (1) 12v GP27 engine start
- Alternator: Balmar 130 amp
- Wiring: stranded copper
SAILS AND DECK
Masthead sloop rig with Sitka Spruce mast stepped on keel.
Standing rigging is 1x19 SS wire. Equipped with vang and adjustable backstay, Harken traveler. Running rigging is Dacron braid, Technora, and other exotics.
- (2) Harken #16 ST
- (2) Barient #21-33 ST
- (1) Barient #28 ST
- Sail inventory:
- Full range of racing composite sails.
- Main, staysail, Genoas #1,2,3.
- Spinnakers heavy, light and 0.75 oz
- Reaching spinnakers
- Reaching headsail
- Storm trysail, storm jib
- Anchors: (1) 40 Lb Danforth, (1) Fortress
- 5/16" and 3/4" 3 strand rode
- SS Bow Roller
- Bow and stern pulpit 1" stainless steel
- Stanchions 1" stainless steel
- Dodger with SS bows
CONSTRUCTION AND MECHANICAL
- Single planked Mahogany (caulked seam) on steam bent Oak frames on 9" centers.
- Deck: traditional laid teak.
- Deckhouse: Dynel cloth over tongue and groove laid Cedar on the house top.
- Cabin sole: teak.
- Bulkheads: teak veneer plywood.
- Hatches and ports: bronze opening ports, (2) Lewmar hatches on deck.
- Mahogany laminated Wood tiller.
- Bilge pump, manual: diaphragm in cockpit, second diaphragm below
- Bilge pump, auto: (2) Rule HD centrifugal type
- Head: Wilcox Crittenden, manual
- Engine: Yanmar 3JH2E diesel
- Reduction gear: Kanzaki 2.61:1
- Propeller: 2 bladed bronze Campbell fixed blade 16RH15
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.