Laminated fiberglass with fin keel and reversed transom with swim platform. The hull is stiffened with a molded fiberglass grid bonded in place.
Cast iron with wings, stainless keel studs through the hull.
Laminated fiberglass with strategic coring, believed to be Balsa, and molded non-skid texturing. The cockpit is integral with the deck unit and has a single 3” scupper through the transom. The deck is sound and dry in all areas.
Low cabin trunk, integral with the deck unit.
Rudder and Steering:
Fiberglass and foam core spade style blade with a stainless post run through a tall fiberglass hull tube with collar and side gussets. Goiot wheel to wire steering with rotary quadrant. Emergency tiller stored.
Masts, Rigging, and Sails
Mast(s): Aluminum, keel stepped, double spreader (Mast was new in 2007)
All stainless 1x19 wire with Stay-Lock fittings. The upper shrouds are discontinuous 7/16” up to 3/8” with 1⁄4” jumpers. The lower shrouds are 3/8”. The shrouds are held with stainless deck fittings with a 1” stainless rod to a molded fiberglass receiver laminated to the hull. The (2) back stays are 5/16” to (2) 5/16” stainless chain plates bolted through the transom. The head stay is covered with furler track and held with a 1⁄2” stainless chain plate bolted through the stem. (All standing rigging was new in 2007 with seasonal use since). Vessel is equipped with lightening grounds to keel.
Braided Stay-Set or similar. Halyards are led aft through turning blocks and line stoppers.
Winches: All Lewmar: (2) #54 self-tailing, (2) #44 self-tailing
Furling Gear: Pro-Furl head stay roller furler
Travelers and Vangs: Harken main sheet traveler, Forespar boom vang
Sails: 2017 130% Genoa, 2004 Main sails (Info provided by owner)
Canvas: Dodger with stainless frame, matching sail cover.
Rails and Lifelines:
Stainless bow and stern rails, double lifelines with toe rail mounted stanchions, two side gates with pelican hooks, aluminum toe rails and hand rails along the cabin top. There is a stainless rail around the mast partner.
Cleats and Chocks:
10” aluminum cleats with open chocks, (2) at bow, amidships and stern
Anchors and Tackle:
45lb CQR plow with all 3/8” chain 33lb Bruce with approximately 20’ of 38” chain and 150’ of 3⁄4” nylon rode
Lofrans 12vdc windlass with two anchor rollers. The windless has a battery switch and main breaker
Living Space: Lewmar deck hatches and Goiot portholes
Engine Compartment: Draws from aft lockers
Straight counter in main salon with sink draining to a 3⁄4” bronze ball valve.
Stove: Eno LP stove with oven, gimbaled
Tank and Lines:
Locker in cockpit with single aluminum cylinder, gravity drain, pressure gauge and LP hose and copper tubing.
Valves: 12vdc solenoid
Sea Frost with engine driven compressor, in-line (engine cooling) condenser, and cold plate in top load box. There is a drain to a manifold with 12vdc pump
(Show to: Public)
VHF: Standard Horizon Eclipse
Radar: Garmin (interface)
Plotter/GPS: Garmin 4208
Autopilot: Raytheon ST6000+
Depth/ Speed: Raytheon ST60 Tridata
Wind: Raytheon ST60
Radar & Chart plotter: Raymarine
Batteries: 12vdc system (Batteries are off the vessel)
Location and Installation: Set below aft berth in a fiberglass box
Wire: Stranded copper, assorted gauge, good installation
(4) Hella (or similar) on off switches for House, engine, windless and ground.
Panel: Break panel
Cabin Lighting: 12vdc overhead and side lamps
Navigation Lighting: Rail and mast mounted running and anchoring.
Submersible 2500 Rule with USS switch and 12vdc sump pump set up and out of bilge with valve manifold for bilge pick-up and ice box drain
Other DC Equipment: Cabin fans
Shore Power Connection: 30 Amp shore power connector
Panel and Wiring: Separate breaker panel with polarity alarm (French breakers)
Charger and/or Inverter: Below aft berth with gear stowed on top, not inspected.
AC Equipment: GFCI outlets throughout, hot water heater.
Head and Plumbing:
(3) separate heads, each with manual marine heads with 3⁄4” and 1 1⁄2” bronze ball valves for intake and discharge. The sinks drain to 3⁄4” bronze ball valves.
Holding Tank and Plumbing:
Y-valves, Fiberglass tank forward, plastic tanks, with deck pump-out fittings, hull venting and manual pumps back to head discharge.
Shower and Plumbing:
Molded floor pans with drains to 12vdc Jabsco sump pumps with above waterline discharges.
Fresh Water System
Tank Material: Fiberglass (3)
Capacity: 200 gallons, estimated
Location and Installation: Built into the grid system, below the cabin soles
Fill: Deck fills
Vent: Raised loops
Description of System: 12vdc pressure system with feeds to heads and galley
Hot Water Tank: Raritan 18 gallon (estimated), with engine loop and AC element
Capacity: 50 gallons total, estimated
Location and Installation: Set below berth in aft port cabin, held by framing.
Fill: Water tight deck with 1 3⁄4” “Hutchinson” fuel hose.
Vent: 5/8” fuel hose to hull side vent fittings.
Overflow Hazard: None would enter bilge during normal fueling
Lines: USCG Type A1 where visible
Valves: Approved ball valve, plus emergency cable pull shut-off.
Filters: Racor primary, Yanmar secondary.
Grounding: The tank and fill have ground wires attached
Make/Model: Yanmar 4JH2E
Hours: 8155 on gauge
Location and Accessibility of Machinery Space:
Flex mounts on laminated engine beds, below the cockpit with good access through the front and sides panels. Cooling: Fresh water cooled with raw water heat exchanger, 1” bronze ball valve, plastic sea strainer, vented loop, discharging into the exhaust.
Wet exhaust system with a Yanmar mixing elbow, stainless muffler, 3” exhaust hose to a stainless exit fitting above waterline. RR4
Shafts, Bearings, Struts: 1-1/8” stainless shaft with a Volvo rubber shaft seal with 1⁄2” bronze ball valve for raw water cooling, fiberglass shaft log, bronze I strut with cutless bearing.
Bronze 18” three blade, fixed
Shift and Throttle Controls:
Single lever in cockpit knee well.
Gauges and Alarms:
Yanmar panel in cockpit
Condition of Bilge and Drip Pans:
Free of fuel and oil residue