PRICE FOR QUICK SALE! Price reduced by $20,000 plus new upgrades are just being completed on the boat including a bow thruster and refrigeration!
This 47' Mark Ellis designed Bruckmann built Custom 47' daysailer was designed both for beauty and for outstanding performance. With her sleek profile She is a lovely daysailer, a classic weekender, and is more than enough boat for a summer cruise.
She is in wonderful condition both inside and out, recently surveyed, and now she is receiving some very desirable upgrades for her next owner. Call now while there is still time to enjoy the fall sailing season!
For more information about the opportunity to own this custom yacht; or to make an appointment to view this vessel please contact Richard Nolan at Eastland Yachts.
Volunteer is an attention getter. From here sleek lines, teak decks, large cockpit, to the fit and finish throughout, people just stop to admire her. In keeping with her daysailing design, the bow pulpit, life lines and stantions are all easily removeable.
The deck is basically flush with a small cabin which makes sail handling unencumbered.
There is a huge cockpit, wheel steering, sail lockers and a large locker aft of the cockpit along with hand rails everywhere. A large teak rimmed steering wheel is just aft of a very large cockpit table with folding leaves and a large ice box.
The varnished cap rail, house sides, and coaming contrast with the lovely laid teak decks offset by clean white waterways.
A brand new Side Power bow thruster with helm mounted controls is currently being added.
Volunteer is nicely laid out inside for day sailing, racing or even that weekend cruise.
Galley and dining
The accommodations feature a galley area with a newly installed refrigeration unit for the large oversized icebox. There are cabinets and drawers for food and utensil storage, there is a portable gas stove for heating up beverages and stove top meals. Dining can be done either inside or outside at the drop leaf tables.
Volunteer features a large double quarter aft to port and two large settee/berths in the salon. Forward of the main salon is the passageway that leads to the head, hanging locker and the utility room. The enclosed head is to port with a large hanging locker to starboard.
In the forward bow area of the boat are large sail bins port and starboard, a large hatch for quick sail changes, access to the chain locker and an abundance of storage for gear and equipment.
There is a large navigation table just below the companionway to port.
Volunteer electronics include:
Yanmar 47 h.p. diesel engine
Engine hours: 477 hours
30 amp shore power
Side Power bow thruster
12v Electric refrigeration
Shore power cord
Lewmar Hydraulic System
Manual and electric bilge pumps
Dock lines and fenders
Bruce anchor and rode
33A Pratt Street
Essex, CT 06426