MAID OF COLL has been under the same ownership for the last 34 years and is only for sale as her present stewards are of an age where they think it best to pass this truly classic yacht along to another generation.
Well maintained and thoughtfully upgraded over the years MAID OF CALL will surely provide her next owners another lifetime of of sailing enjoyment.
Designer: Henry R. Hinckley
Builder: The Hinckley Company
Year Built: 1954
LOA: 36’ 0”
LWL: 25’ 0”
Beam: 9’ 6”
Draft: 5’ 9”
Displacement: 18,000 lbs.
Sail Area: 538 sq. ft.
Auxiliary Propulsion: Yanmar Diesel, 2GM20, (installed 1979)
Fuel Capacity: 18 Gallons, Aluminum Tank
Fresh Water Capacity: 43 Gallons, Stainless Steel Tank
Holding Tank Capacity: 15 Gallons
Mahogany planking over white oak frames with bronze fastenings.
Decks are laid teak over marine plywood sub-decking
Caprails, taffrail, deck hatches, companionway hatch, cockpit coamings and cabin sides are of varnished Mahogany.
Cabin top is 1”x2” tongue and groove Cedar over laid with Dynel cloth set in epoxy and painted white.
NOTE: Relatively recent work on hull and decks include replacement of the Garboard planks (2011), exterior varnish stripped and built up with multiple coats (2013), and extensive recaulking of the hull (2014).
Yanmar 2GM20, 16 HP diesel engine
New PSS dripless stuffing box (2013)
New starter motor (2014)
Shaft log rebidded (2015)
New bronze propeller shaft (2015)
Bronze Paul Luke feathering propeller
Edson wheel, binnacle and steering cables
12-volt DC ship’s power
3 Battery Banks (house, engine & refrigeration)
Master Battery Selector Switch
Circuit panel for individual ships electrical systems
Boat rewired 1982
43 Gallon stainless steel fresh water tank
Manually (hand-pump) supplied fresh water at galley and head sink basins
Wilcox & Crittenden manual head
15 Gallon holding tank
Electric deck wash-down system
Garmin Chart Plotter (cockpit location)
Raytheon 40XX Radar (cockpit location)
Standard Horizon VHF Radio
Standard Digital Depth Sounder
Kelvin White Helm Compass
Furthest forward is chain locker accessible from forward cabin.
Forward cabin has sleeping accommodations for two (2) in a V-berth configuration with storage under berth.
Next aft is Head Area to port, passageway aft to Main Saloon and hanging locker storage outboard to starboard.
Main Saloon has settee berths port and starboard with storage outboard. Drop leaf dining table on center line.
Furthest aft on either side of the companionway are the galley areas with Force 10, 2-burner + broiler propane stove to port and to starboard a stainless steel sink basin and well insulated ice box hidden below the counter tops. The ice box has been upgraded to include an Isotherm refrigeration system.
All of the spaces down-below are finished in the Herreshoff style with white painted bulkheads, overheads and joinery fronts accented by varnished Mahogany trim.
Fractionally rigged yawl configuration
Varnished Sitka Spruce Main and Mizzen Masts
Varnished Sitka Spruce Main, Mizzen and Jib Club Booms
Varnished Sitka Spinnaker Pole
Stainless steel wire standing rigging with bronze turnbuckle adjusters
Schaeffer roller-furling headstay
Full complement of sheets, guys and blocks for spinnaker
Lazy Jacks rigged on Mainsail.
All standing and running rigging replaced over the period of 1992 -1999
Mainsail: Fortune 1982
80% working jib (with Jib Club)
140% Genoa: Ace Sailmaker 1993
180% Drifter: 1986
Mizzen Staysail: 1980
Triradial Spinnaker: 1986
Asymmetrical Cruising Spinnaker: Doyle 1988
Cockpit Awing (with Side Curtains)
35 lb. CQR Anchor
100 ft. of 3/8” Chain
100 ft. of ¾” Nylon Rode
P.O. Box 143
Brooklin, ME 04616