Beautifully and completely restored, Rinta is one of the finest examples of a pre-war classic extant and must be seen to be appreciated. She's an Ed Monk Sr. design built by the Lakewood Boat Company in Seattle, and has had only four owners since new and has spent most of her life under cover. She's also been repowered, rewired, replumbed, updated electronics, perfect paint, flawless varnish, etc etc etc. As noted above she really is a show boat that must be seen to be appreciated...
New listing, full specs up shortly. Vessel shown by appointment, please.
Forepeak head with porcelain sink, Vaucflush toilet and shower, step aft to forward stateroom with oversize twin berths port and starboard. Up four steps aft to pilothouse with built in raised bench seating, sliding doors port and starboard opening to side decks.
Continuing aft, down three steps to full beam galley aft of which is raised dinette port side with big, comfortable sofa/day bed starboard. Continue aft to second head port with hanging locker starboard then up two steps out to enclosed cockpit.
Note interior of the boat shows BEAUTIFULLY, 6'1 headroom.
Tile countertop with large porcelain sink with hot/cold pressure water, propane stove and oven, full size upright refrigerator/freezer. As with the rest of the boat, galley has been updated yet retains all the charm of the original. Two Vacuflush toilets (one in the forepeak, one in aft head).
110V AC / 12V DC. Thirty amp shorepower service with boat largely rewired and both AC and DC panels updated, Magnum Energy ME-3112 Inverter/charger, two Group 24 starting batteries and four 6V Trojan deep cycle batteries in house bank, 200 and 70 amp alternators.
Raymarine C-80 color chartplotter, Raymarine radar, Hummingbird depth sounder, Icom VHF radio.
Modified-V semi-planning hull constructed of Douglass fir and cedar on steamed white oak frames on 12" centers, fastened with galvanized steel wood screws, the bottom has been refastened. Gumwood stem and Iron Bark shoe. Double planked transom with Honduras Mahogany.
Bronze anchor windlass and cowl ventilators along with heavy cast deck hardware.
Repowered in 2004 with twin Caterpillar 3056 six cylinder 125hp naturally aspirated diesel engines with ZF marine 2.1:1 trannies. All related fuel, cooling, exhaust and electrical systems related to the motors were replaced and updated at that time, and the engines are each enclosed in a custom sound shield insulating cover (which make a BIG difference!).
100 Bay Street
Sausalito, CA 94965