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2006 Bruckmann 50 MKII

  • 50 ft
  • Motorsailer
  • Harpswell, ME, US

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$575,000
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  • Bruckmann 50 MKII - Loveseatoo - Under Sail
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  • Bruckmann 50 MKII - Loveseatoo - Underway
  • Bruckmann 50 MKII - Loveseatoo - Underway
  • Bruckmann 50 MKII - Loveseatoo - Underway
  • Bruckmann 50 MKII - Loveseatoo - Underway
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Overview

Among the new generation of motorsailors, the Bruckmann 50 rides at the top of the class: 100 percent sailboat, 100 percent motorboat – an exceptional achievement of imagination, engineering, and craftsmanship. ~ Bruckmann Yachts
 
     Loveseatoo is the queen of the fleet of the Bruckmann 50’s.  She was built under the direction of her architect/owner and has been continuously owned by one owner since.  She has been stored inside during the winter and maintained by two of the best yards since her launch: Falmouth Marine, Falmouth, Mass and Great Island Boat Yard, Harpswell, Maine.  

Specifications

Basic Information

Manufacturer:
Bruckmann
Model:
50 MKII
Year:
2006
Category:
Sail
Condition:
Used
Location:
Harpswell, ME, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
Yes
Vessel Name:
Loveseatoo
Boat Type:
Motorsailer
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Hull Type:
Hull Color:
Designer:
Mark Ellis
Flag of Registry:

Dimensions & Weight

Length:
50 ft - 15.24 meter
LOA:
51 ft 5 in - 15.67 meter
Beam:
15 ft 5 in - 4.7 meter
Draft - max:
6 ft - 1.83 meter
Bridge Clearance:
-
Dry Weight:
-

Engine

Make:
John Deere
Model:
4045
Year:
2006
Engine(s):
1
Hours:
1161
Cruise Speed:
10 MPH - 8.69 KTS
Range:
-
Joystick Control:
No
Engine Type:
Inboard
Drive Type:
Direct Drive
Fuel Type:
Diesel
Horsepower:
150 (Individual), 150 (combined)
Max Speed:
10 MPH - 8.69 KTS

Tank Capacities

Fuel Tank:
250 gallons - 2 tank(s)
Fresh Water Tank:
200 gallons - 2 tank(s)
Holding Tank:
50 gallons - 1 tank(s)

Accommodations

Total Cabins:
2
Total Berths:
-
Total Sleeps:
-
Total Heads:
2
Captains Cabin:
No
Crew Cabins:
-
Crew Berths:
-
Crew Sleeps:
-
Crew Heads:
-

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Descriptions

Bruckmann 50 MKII
     "The Bruckmann 50, designed by Mark Ellis, has been highly praised for its sailing ability and handsome appearance as well as for its functional and expansive accommodations. It has proven to be, first and foremost, a swift and balanced bluewater sailer with the added advantages of excellent speed under power and amenities far beyond those found on most sailing cruisers. Cruising comfort aboard the Bruckmann 50 is greatly enhanced by a large pilothouse which encloses an airy salon and protects a second helm station from the elements." ~ Bruckmann Yachts
 
Construction
  • Hull Core-Cell cored with solid molded in Vinylester resin throughout, solid fiberglass in areas of through hulls, struts, shafts, rudder post and centerline
  • Deck is single-piece Core-Cell cored fiberglass molded with non-skid pattern on working surfaces; solid fiberglass and aluminum backup plates on all through deck fittings
  • Fiberglass roving and unidirectional reinforcements over foam floors with limber holes
  • Deck flange bolted and bonded to hull flange
  • Cast lead alloy ballast
Hull
     "The Bruckmann 50 shows handsome lines and great performance under both sail and power, intrinsic qualities that will assure this yacht's appeal for a very long time to come. The hull shape of the Bruckmann 50 features a long waterline with a balanced distribution of underwater volume. This, coupled with a long flat run aft enables the yacht to enjoy high speeds under both sail and power." ~ Bruckmann Yachts    
 
     Loveseatoo hull has a very classic and elegant appearance featuring:
  • Dark blue Awlgripped topsides
  • White whale stripe
  • Rubrail port and starboard side with bullnosed stainless steel cap for added protection port and starboard
  • White bootstripe
  • Red antifouling on bottom
Deck
  • White decks with tan textured nonskid
  • Raised molded toe rails
  • Bright solid teak caps on toe rails
  • Stainless steel stanchions bedded into the molded toe tails
  • Over/under, braided wire non-coated lifelines with gates port and starboard
Swim Platform/Transom
     The swim platform on the MKII is what distinguishes her from the MKI. This feature not only offers a great space to enjoy the water from, land/launch your tender from, enter/exit the boat from/to the dock, but it also offers additional waterline and buoyancy to the Bruckmann 50 making the boat more efficient and adding to her over all performance. Along with this, the area inside of the swim platform/floatation box also adds significant additional storage for toys and equipment.  
  • Davits for tender
  • Stainless steel pushpit mounted on the teak caprails 
  • Stainless steel chocks port and starboard
  • Solid teak glued to fiberglass
  • Fittings for swim ladder
Cockpit
  • Full bimini (Sunbrella tan) with zip-out extension to cabin top (Sunbrella tan)
  • Bright teak cap-rails on cockpit coaming 
  • Aft door from swim platform
  • Suite of electronics (see Electronics)
  • Stainless steel wheel with elk-skin cover
  • Double drop-leaf bright teak cockpit table with internal storage and built-in handrails
  • Closed cell foam upholstered cockpit cushions
  • Opening cockpit lockers port and starboard
  • Bosse exterior speakers port and starboard
  • John Deere engine control panel
  • Hot/cold pressurized freshwater cockpit shower
  • Teak grating 
Rundecks
  • Stainless steel cleats port and starboard
  • Additional stainless-steel chocks on teak caprails outboard port and starboard
  • Turning blocks with stainless steel canted base port and starboard for secondary winches
  • Outlet for Glendening shore power cable with controls to starboard (see Electrical)
Weatherdecks 
  • Aluminum genoa tracks with adjustable cars port and starboard
  • Stainless steel fuel and water infills
  • Midship stainless steel cleats port and starboard 
  • Stainless steel chocks mounted on teak toerail caps port and starboard
Deckhouse
     The molded deckhouse blends beautifully into this design with the gentle camber of the roof, the subtle overhang that softens the sharp edges of the house, large windows, and teak brow that blends the deckhouse and the coachroof:
  • Travel (see Sails and Rigging)
  • Forward opening deck hatches port and starboard forward on roof 
  • Stainless steel handrails port and starboard on roof
  • Vertical stainless handrails on the aft outboard corners of house port and starboard
  • Bright teak brow port and starboard
Coachroof
  • (4) Opening deck hatches
  • Stainless steel vent for furnace
  • Bright teak dorade boxes with Sunbrella covers, stainless steel guards and cowls port and starboard
  • Stainless steel handrails port and starboard
  • Bright teak brow ports starboard and forward
  • (4) Opening port lights port and starboard with screens
Foredeck
  • Large forward opening deck hatch
  • Stainless steel bow cleats port and starboard
  • Stainless steel chocks mounted on bright teak toe rail caps port and starboard
  • Babystay chain plate
  • Maxwell 2200 vertical windlass with foot switches 
  • Stainless steel bow fitting with double anchor rollers
  • 60 lb stainless steel CQR anchor
  • 250 feet of 3/8 inch BBB chain
  • Folding Danforth anchor
  • Fresh water anchor washdown
  • Sea water anchor washdown
  • Stainless steel bow sprit
  • Stainless steel pulpit
Sails and Rigging
Sails:
  • Quantum Hydra-net fully battened In boom furling mainsail
  • Quantum 135% Hydra-net genoa
  • Full Spinnaker
  • Tri radial with Dousing sleeve and tacker
  • Storm sail
Running and Standing Rigging:
  • Aluminum Awlgripped mast ~ repainted 2020 with all components removed and rebedded 
  • Grounded lightning rod on masthead
  • Leisure Furl in boom furling system
  • Main halyard and furling lead to cockpit on starboard side with halyard stoppers
  • Forespar boomvang
  • Traveller with sheave box and custom control lines on deckhouse roof
  • Carbon fiber spinnaker pole
  • Jib halyard and winch on port side of mast
  • Spinnaker halyard on port side of mast with a stopper
  • ProFurl furler for headsail 
  • Jib furling lead down port side deck to cockpit
  • Baby stay 
  • Back stays
  • (3) Double rope clutches on cockpit combing (2 to port and 1 to starboard)
Winches:
  • (2) Lewmar 58 self-tailing electric primary winches
  • (2) Lewmar 50 self-tailing electric secondary winches
  • (1) Lewmar 48 self-tailing halyard winch on mast
Electronics
Complete Instrument upgrade 2020
  • Garmin Chartplotters:  with xsv version that charts the bottom graphically on the chartplotter
  • Garmin auto pilot:  GHC20 control unit 
  • Garmin sailing instruments:  GMI/GNX wired Sailpack 52.    
  • Garmin VHF with AIS:  315 VHS multi-station with hailer
  • GlobalStar satellite phone with exterior antennae
  • Cell phone booster: Extreme Signal Marine Booster Kit from Ubersignal.com
Internal Helm Station
  • Garmin 8612xsv chart plotter
  • Garmin auto pilot display/controls
  • (2) Garmin multi-displays
  • Garmin VHF remote mic with dedicated speaker 
  • SidePower bow thruster controls
  • Maxwell windlass remote controls 
Cockpit Helm Station
  • Garmin 8610xsv chart plotter/multi-function display 
  • Garmin multi-function display
  • Garmin auto-pilot display/controller
  • Garmin VHF remoter mic with dedicated speaker 
  • SidePower bow thruster controls
  • Maxwell windlass remote controls 
  • New Navpod for the outside helm station
Custom Electronics Mast
  • KVH IR receiver
  • Garmin 24XHD 4kw closed array radar dome with new gimbal mount by Scanstrut
  • New air horn
Library/Den
  • 30” HD Samsung TV is in the den/library 
Mechanical Systems
  • John Deere 150 hp turbo diesel engine with 1,161 hours as of July 2021 (preferred engine for the Bruckmann 50) ~ turbo replaced 2020
  • Dual Racor fuel filters
  • (4) Blade Varifold prop
  • Cutting spurs on shaft
  • Side Power bow thruster
  • Front and aft Cruisair 16000 BTU reverse cycle AC/heat units
Electrical System
12 Volt AC System:
  • Custom Bruckmann 12-volt AC distribution panel  
  • (3) 8D house LifeLine AGM ~ 2018
  • (1) DS115 LifeLine AGM starting battery ~ 2018
  • (1) LifeLine AGM for bow thruster ~ 2018
120/240 Volt DC System
  • Custom Bruckmann 120-volt DC distribution panel
  • Fisher Panda 8 kW genset with 350 hours
  • 1500 Watt ProSign inverter/battery charger
  • Glendinning Power chord retracting shore power cord
  • Additional 240-volt power outlet at bow
Interior Features
     “Walking into the Bruckmann 50 from the stern, one is immediately struck by the size of the cockpit and the visibility in the main salon. No more descending steep stairs into a dark cavernous interior. The main salon is bright and open, providing excellent ventilation and panoramic visibility. The inside steering station is surrounded by the best in today's navigational equipment and engine instrumentation, including an ample chart table. Steering from the inside station during adverse conditions is a delight. The spacious cockpit and main salon dining areas offer expansive entertaining possibilities, with dinner party seating for four at each table.” ~ Bruckmann Yachts
  • Solid teak and holly floor
  • Designer faucets throughout
  • Oceanair hatch screens and blinds
Pilothouse
  • (2) Overhead dome lighting
  • (2) Overhead hatches with screens
  • Bright teak handrail overhead
  • Larger slide windows port and starboard
  • Custom blinds port, starboard and aft
  • Single bucket seat starboard aft
  • Reading light above bucket seat
  • Wrap around dinette to port 
  • Table drops to convert to a double bunk
  • Reading light above settee
  • Drawer storage below settee
Pilot Station
  • (3) Windshield wipers  
  • Custom captain’s chair
  • Destroyer type helm with solid wood wheel and stainless steel spokes
  • Suite of electronics (see Electronics)
Library/Den
     “The library/den is a truly unique feature. This versatile area can be equipped with a writing/computer desk, television, bar, or even a built in fireplace. A love seat can also serve as a comfortable pull out bunk, creating a third stateroom when additional guests arrive.“ ~ Bruckmann Yachts
  • Opening portlight outboard with screen
  • Shelf storage above settee aft, forward and outboard
  • (2) Reading lights
  • Alpine CD reciever
  • Samsung flat screen TV
  • Custom designed and manufactured stainless steel fireplace Paul Luke
  • L-shaped settee against aft bulkhead and outboard
  • Storage below settee
  • Full size Miele washer and dryer
  • Weems and Plath ships clock
  • Weems and Plath tide monitor
  • Weems and Plath Barometer
Galley
     The centrally located galley is located to port of the companionway steps from the pilot salon. With exceptional light from the large windows in the pilot salon just overhead and the open line of site view to the helm station and library/den, the chef is never left out. Of note:
  • Overhead dome lighting
  • Opening portlight outboard with screens
  • Locker storage above work surfaces forward aft and out board
  • Force 10 3-burner propane stove with oven and broiler
  • Top and front-loading ice box with Sea Frost refrigeration and freezer cold plates 12 volt
  • Emerson Professional Series microwave oven
  • Double basin stainless steel sink with pressurized fresh hot/cold water tap
  • Drawer and locker storage below work surfaces
Guest Cabin
  • Overhead deck hatch
  • Overhead dome lighting
  • (2) Portlights with screens
  • Locker storage above bunks outboard
  • Mirror with (4) drawer side table aft and inboard
  • (1) Reading light
  • Hanging locker forward and inboard
  • Double bunk outboard
  • Drawer storage below bunk
Heads/Shower
Guest Head:
  • Overhead dome lighting
  • Opening hatch with screen
  • Light above vanity
  • Vanity mirror on aft bulkhead
  • Single basin sink
  • Pressurized hot/cold fresh water
  • Stainless steel head fittings
  • Storage outboard above head
  • Sealand Vacuflush system 
Shower Stall:
  • Overhead dome lighting
  • Opening hatch with screen
  • Storage outboard
  • Hot/Cold pressurized fresh water with shower wand with flexible hose and bulkhead mount
  • Teak bench seat
  • Teak grate on floors
Owners Head:
  • Overhead dome lighting
  • Opening hatch with screen
  • Light above vanity
  • Vanity mirror on forward bulkhead
  • Single basin sink
  • Pressurized hot/cold fresh water
  • Stainless steel head fittings
  • Storage outboard above head
  • Sealand Vacuflush system
Master Cabin
  • Overhead deck hatch
  • Overhead dome lighting
  • (2) Portlights with screens
  • Locker storage above bunks outboard
  • Vanity with mirror and swing out upholstered seat, aft and outboard to port
  • (2) Reading light
  • Hanging locker aft and to starboard 
  • Double bunk outboard
  • Large queen bunk forward
  • Drawer storage below bunk
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     A Certified Professional Yacht Broker (CPYB) is recognized as having achieved the highest level of industry accreditation, available only to fully-qualified yacht sales professionals. The CPYB program is administered by Yacht Brokers Association of America in partnership with Florida Yacht Brokers Association, Northwest Yacht Brokers Association, California Yacht Brokers Association, Boating Ontario Dealers, British Columbia Yacht Brokers Association and Gulf Coast Yacht Brokers Association.
 
     The CPYB program is also endorsed by the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas (MRAA) Marine Industry Certified Dealership (MICD) program and leading yacht manufacturers as a key component of their own industry standards; the highest level of achievement for their member yacht sales professionals.
 
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Disclaimer
     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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