Hulls and Deck
All three hulls and the adjoining wing sections are molded in one piece in fiberglass laminate. The deck with its integral cockpit is also one piece and is bonded to the hulls. There are therefore no cross beams to get in the way. Several structural bulkheads provide tremendous strength and rigidity. Asymmetrical outer hulls serve to resist leeway, so there is no need for a keel or centerboard. The hulls are cored with synthetic foam and some balcore to keep weight down and strength up. The main hull has a molded skeg and cast bronze shoe to protect the propeller and rudder when underway and when on the hard. Three hatch openings in each outer hull provide access to vast storage areas.
Self-bailing cockpit with four overboard drains. Anodized aluminum windshield with electric windshield wiper. Four fixed and two hinged sections; fitted with Weblon top, and side and rear curtains forming a comfortable dry cockpit even in foul weather. All exterior wood is teak and walnut. The cockpit contains an insulated cooler, a storage box under the seat, destroyer-type steering wheel, cockpit seats, two EZ-in steps. Hatch provides convenient access to engine and batteries.
Galley and Interior Accomodations
Spacious galley with lots of storage. Sleeps 7 in fixed berths.
Formica counter top
hot and cold pressure water
two 65 gallon fresh water tanks
brand new hot water heater and 6 gallon tank: uses engine heat or shore power
two year old 16,000 BTU heat pump/AC unit
duplex 120V outlets and polarized 12V outlets
three burner LP gas stove with oven
oven hood and exhaust blower
LP source includes two 25 lb tanks in locker over port wing with drain overboard
small electric broiler above stove
cabin heat via heat exchanger and blower while under power
abundance of storage space and storage lockers
two full sized double berths over wings
one double V-berth forward
one quarter berth with hatch access and full length portlight
aft cabin can be modified into a double berth (already has a head and vanity unit)
drawers and storage compartments located under the large dinette and settee
interior trim is walnut and teak
privacy curtains to isolate the large double wing berths from the main salon
curtains for main portlights
interior curtains and cushions recently replaced
book shelves and storage for small articles
teak dining table
mattresses are 4" medium density foam rubber
screens on all opening ports, doors and hatches
two enclosed heads: one is forward, with Raritan Lectro-san MSD with electric macerator and shower with hot and cold water
vanity and lavatory with hot/cold water in forward and aft cabins
soles are walnut and holly
Rigging and sails
extruded aluminum masts and boom
permanent steps on both steps
roller reefing and crank-driven internal clew outhaul on main boom
SS rigging and chainplates
SS main and jib halyards on two Merriman #2 reel winches
two Merriman #7 genoa winches
pad eyes at convenient locations
sail covers for main amde missen
main mast is 40 ft tall
overal height above water is 47'6" not including VHF antenna
Profurl headsail furling system
jib, 195 sq. ft. on extruded aluminum self-tending club
#1 genoa, roller furling, 258 sq. ft.
mainsail, 125 sq. ft.
nylon mizzen staysail
Electronics, communication and navigation equipment
VHF radio, new, all channel
new Garmin GPS Map color GPS Chartplotter with depth sounder
Datamarine wind speed/direction
rudder angle indicator
portable spotlight with remote control
FM radio/cassette tape stereo system with speakers in main and aft cabins.
Color TV with antenna atop the mizzen mast
CD player/radio with 80 watt amplifier (only two years old)
custom built walnut door leading to V-berth
A panel in the cockpit contains circuit breakers, ammeter, Morse Chargicator, navigation light switches. Separate 120V circuit breaker panel for hot water heater, battery charger, 120V outlets throughout the vessel.
12V lights in all cabins, berths, vanities and hanging lockers
incandescent lighting (12V and 120V)
fluorescent 12V lights
main and mizzen mast spreader lights
Refrigerator/freezer operated by a Grunert marine compressor powered from the ship's batteries.
Six batteries service the 12 V ships system, charged by a 130 amp alternator.
Two engine starting batteries charged by a 60 amp alternator.
Paralleling switch/solenoid on console makes all ship's batteries available for emergency engine starting.
50 ft shore power cord and extension cord
assorted plugs and adapters
40 amp automatic charger
Engine and fuel system
Perkins 4.108 diesel, 50 h.p.
owner has just spent $13,000 on engine reconditioning: new raw water and freshwater pumps, head machined, new starter motor
1:9 reduction with single control
water cooled exhaust system terminates on port side between hulls
three bladed 14 x 12 Columbian propeller, protected by rudder shoe
three 40 gallon molded fiberglass fuel tanks located in outer hulls
Raycor fuel filter and engine filter
"Hushcloth" sound insulation installed in engine room
motoring range exceeds 600 nm.
Safety equipment, deck gear, anchoring and docking
approx 1000 ft of 5/8" and 3/4" anchor rode, dock lines and miscellaneous rope
molded fiberglass dinghy on davits with 4 hp Evinrude outboard and oars (dinghy also built by Corinthian Yachts)
Below is only a partial list of all the extras aboard this vessel. Simply too many to list.
extra fans and lamps throughout the vessel
ship's clock and barometer
temperature and humidity indicators
lots of spares (belts, filters, oil, hardware etc)
sun canopy over entire deck
generator: Mercantile 3 kW 120V generator to be coupled to engine
Norseman replacement turnbuckles
oil and water coolers
assorted fittings, switches, fuel and oil filters
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.