A production 53 fiberglass composite staysail ketch rigged auxiliary sailboat.
Center cockpit with pedestal wheel steering, teak-capped coamings, teak-planked seating, and canvas dodger. Raked bow with stainless steel anchor roller.
Traditional pinched transom with long-overhang. White hullsides with dark blue boot stripe and gold cove stripe.
Tan non-skid decks with varnished teak toe-rail, (4) In-deck prisms, stainless steel stanchions with stainless steel wire lifelines, and large fore deck fiberglass focsle hatch.
White trunk cabin with tan non-skid top, (5) aluminum hatches, (12) aluminum or stainless steel opening ports, teak eyebrow and teak hand-rails.
Inboard turbocharged diesel auxiliary engine with conventional direct drive shaft. Single 120240VAC diesel generator.
Masthead staysail ketch rig with painted aluminum spars and solid stainless steel rod standing rigging.
Hood in-mast roller furling at mainsail and mizzen roller furling genoa and conventional hank-on staysail.
Four cabin accommodations:
Enter the salon via the cockpit companionway ladder. The nav station and washing locker (formerly a day head) are immediately to starboard. Moving forward into the salon, a foreaft dinette with adjustable table is to port. A settee is to starboard.
The main engine and generator are below the salon sole.
Moving forward, port and starboard guest cabins with upper lower single berths are forward.
Continue forward through the cabins, and into the shared private head.
Continue forward through the head and into the focsle, with a convertible V- berth in the bow section.
Moving aft through the salon, the galley is to port, as a walk-through to the owners aft cabin. The owner cabin has a double berth to starboard, and single berth to
A private en-suite head is forward to starboard.
Current owner purchased the vessel in 2012 at Annapolis, MD Ex: Water Music Sailed the vessel to Texas and has used sparingly for day-sails
New fuel tanks 2015
New dinghy and engine 2015
Removed port aft water tank - did not replace
2004 New roller furling genoa
2003 Spars were painted
2003 New mainsail
2002 New rod standing rigging
2002 New Yanmar engine
2000 New generator
BOTTOM PAINT: 2018 - No history of blisters
Stove Force 10 LPG three burner with ovenbroiler
Fuel Tank (2) Painted steel upright cylinders
Tank Location Inside aft deck dedicated recessed in-deck locker
Tank Shut-off Valve OPD type manual valve at each tank, and 12VDC remote controlled solenoid
Tank Plumbing Copper tubing, and approved neoprene hose
Refrigeration Topside loading iceboxes with Frigomatic 12VDC Keel-Cooled refrigeration
Sink Twin stainless steel sinks with Formica laminate countertops
Sink Drain Sinks drain overboard below the waterline via a large seacock below the aft cabin sole
Appliances Panasonic microwave oven - good condition, functioned properly
Make Model Yanmar 4LHA-HTP turbocharged
Horsepower - Continuous 124Hp (91.2 kw) at 3100 rpm
Maximum 160Hp (118 kw) at 3300 rpm
Year Installed Reported new 2002
Re-build History None reported
Hours 960.3 at start - 963.6 at conclusion
Number of Cylinders Four cylinders
Controls Two-handle mechanical controls with jacketed stainless steel
Morse cables - functioned properly
Gauges Yanmar cockpit control panel with tachometer, oil pressure, temperature gauges - functioned properly
Warning Alarms Audible and visual alarms functioned properly at start-up
Fluid Levels Engine oil and coolant transmission oil - all at full levels
Cooling System Closed system: Fresh water cooled with sea-water heat exchanger - functioned properly
Sea Water Intake 1 2 Bronze ball-valve with bronze in-line strainer (below galley sole) - good condition, functioned properly
Mounts Yanmar steelneoprene isolation flex mounts on fiberglass beds - fairly good condition
Belts Hoses good condition
Exhaust System Turbocharged with a wet exhaust system through a cast-iron sea water-injected elbow and fiberglass water-lift muffler with raised anti-siphon loop and overboard discharge at the stern counter - good condition,
Voltage AC 120VAC shore power and ships diesel generator
Shore Power System
(2) 125V 50 amp service with marine cords - good condition
Voltage DC 12VDC ships batteries negative ground
120 Volt Outlets All functioned properly with correct polarity GFCI type at galley sinks and aft head