Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Celestial Boat Yard
Designer: Ted Brewer
LOA: 48 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 5 in
LWL: 36 ft 7 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 6 in
Displacement: 27000 lbs
Ballast: 11900 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 4 in
Engine Brand: Ford Lehman
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 2662
Fresh Water Tanks: (210 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (200 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (50 Gallons)
Number of heads: 2
Accommodations & Layout
Excellent center cockpit design blue-water cruising vessel with two heads, owner’s cabin aft with centerline king berth and head with separate shower. See accommodation plan.
Extensive refurbishment of electrical and mechanical systems begun in 1997 and continues to present; extensive spares.
Teak paneling with trim throughout, satin finish.
All twenty-three locker doors have hand woven cane fronts.
All shelves, table tops and counter tops are fitted with teak fiddles.
Headroom is 6’ 4”.
Fifteen opening ports, seven opening hatches and four dorade vents.
Exposed hull sides finished with clear varnished battens.
Custom made teak dinette table with folding leaves and wine rack, rebuilt in 2009.
Main cabin upholstery and foam replaced in 2009; aft cabin bed replaced in 2015; forward cabin upholstery and foam replaced in 1997.
Solid teak companionway ladder has locker under each step.
Built-in laundry hamper.
Unbreakable Lexan mirrors.
Oilskin locker with cane door located next to companionway.
- U-shaped galley with Formica covered counter tops. All wood recently refurbished.
- Vacuum-panel insulated twelve cubic foot refrigerator, top opening with removable serving trays, 1 hp 12VDC Glacier Bay refrigeration with large holding plate.
- Force 10 three-burner, gimbaled and fiddled propane stove with oven/broiler and stainless steel safety bar in front of stove.
- External built-in propane locker with two 10 lb aluminum tanks and remotely operated solenoid shutoff valve; tanks replaced in 2010.
- Force 10 large propane barbeque with 20 lb aluminum tank. Aluminum Weber grill also installed.
- Large chopping block and built-in garbage bin.
- Large volume storage for supplies.
- Opening hatch over galley.
- Microwave/convection oven, replaced in 2008
- Deep double stainless steel sinks.
Electronic and Navigation Equipment
Raymarine Raystar 130 GPS arch-mounted antenna (primary).
Garmin GPS III with internal antenna (backup).
Raytheon Raymarine RL80C+HSB2 Radar GPS Chartplotter (Cockpit Pedestal Mount).
Raytheon Raymarine RL70C+HSB2 Radar GPS Chartplotter (Navstation Mount).
Raytheon ST6000 autopilot with quadrant-mounted linear drive.Autohelm ST50 fathometer, speed log, temperature and wind sensor (primary).
Datamarine Dart fathometer, speed log and temperature sensor (backup).
Dell D800 Laptop with NAVFAX/Chartplotter software.
Icom IC-M710 RT MF/HF Marine Single sideband transceiver (ham-enabled) with AT130 antenna tuner and SCS PTC II Pactor data modem and software.
Icom IC-M504 VHF Base Radio DSC-capable marine radio w/GPS input.
Two new Icom waterproof handheld VHF radios
Icom MXA-5000 AIS receiver.
Two independent sets of navigation lights (masthead and deck level).
5” Ritchie compass, replaced in 2008.
Mast-head radar reflector installed in 2004.
West Marine WM4000 Bluetooth/AM/FM/MP3/aux. receiver/player; two interior cabin & two exterior cockpit speakers.
West Marine WM4000 Bluetooth/AM/FM/MP3/aux. receiver/player; four exterior speakers mounted in storage box on aft deck.
Salon port mounted 32” Samsung smart TV
Aft cabin forward bulkhead mounted 22” Samsung TV with DVD/AM/FM/iPod Panasonic Surround Sound system
Netgear Wifi Cable Modem Router, N300
Interior DSL-capable telephone wiring and cable wiring with associated deck cables.
- Three 12 VDC 8D heavy duty, marine, deep-cycle Lifeline AGM batteries support household electrical needs with 750 amp-hr capacity; batteries replaced in 2013
- One 12 VDC Optima (Blue) deep-cycle marine battery supports engine starter; battery replaced in 2014.
- 300 A battery switches for individual or parallel battery selection; 250 A Class-T battery fuses. Boat was rewired in 1997 including most engine-room and all panel wiring.
- Two engine-mounted alternators (200 A and 100 A) provide rapid recharging via Heart Link 2000-R inverter/charge controller and two-bank battery monitor, all installed in 1997.
- Heart 2000 W Combi (120V/60Hz or 230V/50Hz) inverter/charger, new in 1997.
- AC and DC magnetic circuit breakers with wiring to ABYC standards, installed in 1997.
- Three 120 W solar panels with Flexcharge NC25A controller installed in 1999.
- Shore power via two 120 VAC 30 A connections with 230 VAC 50A Y-adapter; galvanic isolators on both legs.
- Two 120 VAC switch panels installed in 1997; one powered by shore power or inverter to support interior and exterior outlets and microwave, the other powered by shore power supports hot- water heater and other high power loads.
- Electrolysis bonding to all thru-hull fittings, lightning ground plate and propeller shaft. ABYC-compliant ground plate and propeller shaft protection installed in 1997.
- Abundant efficient compact fluorescent (Alpenglow) DC lighting throughout interior with individual bunk lights and red lighting in main cabin and navigation station, all installed since 1997. Some lights upgraded to LED in 2017/18.
Deck & Hull
- Teak hand rail port and starboard.
- Molded bulwark port and starboard with enhanced drainage both mid-ships and aft. Mid-ships drainage is significantly enhanced including mid-ships chock.
- Tinted hatches over forward cabin, main salon and aft cabin, fitted with insect screens.
- Forward and aft cabin hatches refurbished in 2003 with factory-installed Lexan.
- All cabin ports are opening type, fitted with insect screens.
- Sliding companionway hatch is smoked gray acrylic to match hatches and ports.
- Stainless steel stemhead fitting with rollers port and starboard.
- Mooring cleats (forward, center and aft) of high-grade marine alloy; mid-ship cleats custom installed in 1997.
- Chainplates are 3-16 stainless steel, all replaced in 2005 with mizzen chainplates upgraded.
- Plastic-coated stainless steel lifelines, fitted with turnbuckles, access gates (port, starboard and aft); stainless steel swim ladder.
- Dinghy included.
- Stern arch custom-built in 2000 including electric dinghy hoist replaced in 2003; freshwater hot & cold deck shower.
- Six deck drains and two cockpit drains, with enhanced deck drainage installed.
- Flush deck fittings for fuel, water fill and waste pumpout.
- Plug-in spotlight and two steerable high-intensity lights on transom arch.
- Five fenders including two large, custom DIB fenders; seven adult life preservers; mooring lines with chafe guards.
- Bimini top with five clear plastic full-view wind screens, all replaced in 2017.
- Three large customized Shadetree awnings, main awning replaced in 2009.
- MOM-8 man-overboard system, (in storage), new in 2004.
- Emergency masthead strobe light.
- Ideal H-3S 12 VDC anchor windlass with foot switches installed in 1999.
- Bruce 30 kg anchor with 200’ 3/8” hi-test chain (primary), chain purchased in 1999.
- Danforth-style 40 lb anchor with 100’ 3/8” hi-test chain (secondary) purchased in 1999.
- Bruce 30kg and wishbone 35 lb anchors as spares.
- 150’ 3/4” spare anchor rode.
Sails & Rigging
- Main mast is single section and includes an internal jib halyard and main halyard with mast mounted winches and topping lift. Track and fittings installed for whisker pole.
- Mizzen mast is single section with mizzen halyard and mast mounted winch and topping lift.
- Standing rigging is 1 x 19 stainless steel wire, all replaced in 2005
- Main boom has traveler and is equipped with lazy jacks that stow away to mast.
- Forespar vang installed in 2005.
- Can be rigged as cutter ketch.
- Sheets and halyards are braided Dacron.
- Sail inventory:
- Main sail (w/ two reef points) , original.
- Mizzen (w/ one reef points), original.
- 135% genoa, original.
- 95% working jib purchased in 2007.
- Cruising spinnaker, purchased used in 1999.
- ATN Gale Sail, purchased in 1999.
- Lewmar winches:
- 1 #40 jib halyard
- 1 #8 mizzen halyard
- 2 #24 main and spinnaker halyards
- 2 #55 3-speed self-tailing headsail sheets
- 1 #40 two-speed, self-tailing main sheet
Mechanical, Equipment & Engine Details
- Engine is Ford Lehman 4D61, four cylinders, 61 HP, fitted with Hurth transmission, cockpit instrument panel (tachometer, amp meter, oil pressure and water temperature gauges (2662 engine hours). Transmission replaced in 2000. Extensive engine spares.
- Exhaust is fresh-water water-cooled riser type with spare intercooler.
- Stainless steel 1 !” shaft with soft coupling to transmission, bronze packing gland and 3 bladed Michigan propeller. Shaft was inspected and cutlass bearing replaced in 2007.
- Engine compartment contained by fiberglass bulkhead with teak trim and sound-proof core.
- Cockpit sole is removable to facilitate major engine repairs; sole last removed in 2002.
- Engine room door soundproofed and air tight.
- Wheel is 30” destroyer type mounted on pedestal with mechanical brake
- Edson pedestal was installed in 2002; outfitted with Ritchie compass.
- Emergency steering tiller is steel extension to fit over rudder stock, accessible through
- water-tight, flush bronze deck plate aft of cabin house.
Pumps and Plumbing:
- Primary and secondary Rule 2000 GPH submersible bilge pumps controlled by Ultra switches. High-water alarm mounted on secondary sensor.
- Manual Henderson bilge pump permanently mounted in cockpit.
- Three sumps (main, fwd head and anchor well) equipped with Whale Gulper pumps.
- Robust fresh-water pressurized system by Shurflow pump with accumulator tank serves hot and cold water to galley sinks, wash basins and showers. Accumulator tank and pump replaced in 2007. Extensive spares.
- Water heater is Allcraft stainless steel 9-gallon tank with 120 VAC heating element and heat exchanger, installed in 1998.
- Sink in galley is double basin, extra deep, stainless steel; basins in heads are fiberglass
- Hart tank level monitors for all tanks.
- Salt water deck anchor wash down system installed, powered by Shurflo pump
- Freshwater faucet and shower on deck.
- Marine toilet in each head; forward head is Wilcox-Crittendon plumbed to 50-gal holding tank; aft head is Lavac plumbed to Lectrasan Type I marine sanitation device. Lavac was installed in 2004.
- Quest polybutylene piping is pressure tested, heat resistant plastic with appropriate fittings.
- All below waterline bronze thru-hull fittings are fitted with Groco seacocks and double stainless steel hose clamps. Each drydock has included servicing of seacocks and replacement as required.
16,000 BTU WEBASTO FCF Series Air Conditioner, FCF 16000 (115V)
Spectra 380c watermaker (15 gph capacity) with salinity monitor and automatic freshwater backflush, currently not operational.
Forced-air diesel-fired cabin heater (Espar D5LC) with ducts in all cabins.
Hot water, diesel-fired hot water heater (Espar D4W) with timed, thermostatic control.
- Six-man commercial offshore life raft (Viking DK+) with hydrostatic release.
- Automatic engine compartment 14 lb Type B (FM200) fire extinguisher.
- Three 3 lb ABC-type dry chemical fire extinguishers.
- Propane sensor (12 VDC), CO2 monitor (12 VDC) and smoke sensor (battery operated).
Hull is very fair and in good condition.
Osmotic blistering treatment was performed by Jamestown Boatyard, Jamestown RI in
winter of 1996-97; removed approximately 0.06” of hull using robotic gelcoat peeler,
dried hull using IR catalytic heaters to less than 5% moisture; after sanding and
preparation the hull was coated with Duratec vinylester polymer and faired with
microspheres as required; final curing was done at 100° for 48 hours; finally four
coats of Interprotect 2000 barrier coat and three coats of ACP-50 antifouling paint
were applied. Hull was regularly maintained thereafter.
In 2002 remaining ACP-50 was chemically removed down to the barrier coat. After
sanding and minor fairing four coats of Interprotect 2000 were applied, then two coats
of Trinidad SR bottom paint were applied. Trinidad SR paint has been professionally
applied since then.
Extensive 27-page set of schematics updated by current owner and will be provided to buyer.
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.
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