Is there a better known marine architect for designing safe, fast, and solid cruising vessels than Robert Shaw? "Mojo" was a one owner boat for her first 25 years. Reported to be the Annapolis show boat for 1982. The current owner is a retired marine industry professional and purchased her in 2006. She is shoal draft and loaded with "live aboard" and cruising amenities such as dual AC/heat units; a low time 5 KW Viking/Kobota genset; low time Westerbeke diesel and multiple bags of sails including a large multi colored cruising chute in a sock. New below decks Raymarine auto pilot. Walker Bay dinghy and 8HP Johnson outboard."Mojo" is now in our dry storage bottom just painted. Make an appointment to see her very soon.
Your time is very important to us. Please call to make an appointment to view this vessel.
Mike Draughan 336-601-5970
Mike Trogdon 252-571-0060
Westerbeke 58 HP diesel. V Drive. In 2014 the tachometer failed and needed to be replaced. Along with that component a new Hobbs meter was installed. Time on meter now is 28 hours. I have the old Hobbs meter. Total engine time is approx. 2800 hours.
The engine was removed from the vessel in Dec 2014. All specs were correct and major service was performed, i.e. new pumps, new heat exchanger, valves adjusted, etc. All gaskets replaced and the engine was completely repainted . The engine "dog house was covered in new sound proofing.and the engine bed was re gel coated. The heavy single piece "doghouse" was custom built into three sections for easy removal from the vessel for servicing.
Main sail with two reefing points
150 Genoa on roller furler;. new UV stripe in2012.
Mizzen sail; storm jib
2012 sails sent to SAILCARE and restiched, washed and retreated
Large multi colored cruising Mizzen Staysail built by SHUUR SAILS of Pensacola,FL (excellent condition)
Large multi colored cruising spinnaker in a dousing sock built by SHUUR SAILS of Pensacola ,FL (excellent condition)
flag halyards; Windex
Large Lewmar 48 self tailing primary winches (re chromed and rebuilt in 2014)
whisker pole stored on the main mast
sail window in bimini top
deck lights on spreaders
folding mast steps to the spreaders
Burgundy Sunbrella bimini; dodger; transition section; UV cover for bimini windshield; Clamshell bimini for the midship companionway all new 2013
3ea. winch handles
Starting forward is a very spacious private guest stateroom Opening stainless steel ports and a large overhead hatch provide plenty of natural ventilation and light. The overhead hatch is equipped with a solar vent. The roomy "V" berth has a removable V section to make a vanity seat if needed. Access to the anchor locker is readily available from the V. This stateroom has tons of storage under the berth in hanging lockers and built in chest o'drawers. Entering the main salon is a superb custom addition of two "arm chairs" to port. There is a table between these chairs with storage drawers. Fold down teak snack tables are located at both "chairs." The original folding centerline teak table is included in the inventory. Tons of storage in cabinets and behind both seating areas. A flat screen TV with built in DVD player is mounted on a swivel arm. Ward off chilly nights on the hook with the Dickenson Newport diesel heater with built in fan. This model has the front window so you can sit back and watch the fireplace flames. To starboard of the main salon is a traditional single settee/berth. The main salon also features the famed 424 midship companionway and ladder. This makes taking on provisions a breeze compared to loading through the aft companionway. The apartment sized U shaped galley is to port and aft of the main salon. The head with a separated stand up shower stall is located to starboard across from the galley. All the way aft is the owner's private stateroom. An oversized double Pullman berth is to starboard. Storage cabinets completely surround the berth area. Across from the aft berth is a superb nav center with a fold up desk top. A swivel arm chair completes the nav area. The nav area also includes a large hanging wet locker. 6'4" headroom throughout.
9000 BTU and 12000 BTU ac/reverse cycle heat units
Ideal heavy duty manual anchor windlass mounted on a custom stainless steel platform
Salt water wash down in the anchor locker
2006 Johnson 8 HP low time two-stroke outboard motor in excellent condition / with lifting sling
Edison dinghy davits; Edison outboard motor rail mount
1ea 45lb Danforth with 50ft of chain and 200ft of nylon rode; 45 LB Bruce with 50ft of G3 chain and 250 ft of nylon rode; twin anchor bow rollers
Kuuma SS propane barbeque grill: Lifesling MOB device with new storage bag
St Criox stainless steel dinghy motor lift 150 lb capacity
SS fishing rod holder; custom built in fishing tackle box
custom built deck box aft of the mizzen mast with teak snack table
fenders;dock lines; PVC fender board; life jackets
2ea. 6 gallon extra diesel cans
Switlick 4 person life raft in hard storage canister mounted in aluminum rack (raft needs annual recertification)
2ea. hatch mounted wind scoops
1ea bosun's chair
manuals for all equipment including a complete workshop manual for the Westerbeke diesel and the Viking generator
One of the weak points of the 424 Pearson yachts is corrosion on the bottom of the main mast. This can eventually be a very hazardous situation causing the mast to collapse. This is a very expensive repair and lots of owners try to ignore the situation. Mojo was repaired by Deaton Yacht Service in 2013. This required cutting off the damaged section of the bottom of the mast and having an aluminum "foot" built by a company in Rhode Island that specializes in this procedure.
The 1982 series of the 424 Pearsons were manufactured with an aluminum fuel tank rather than the built in fiberglass fuel tank that was a nightmare to repair.
There is nothing quite as nice as being on the hook, piling on the settee in front of the Newport "fireplace" with a good book on a chilly night.
1201 Neuse Drive
Oriental, NC 28571