A classic Ted Hood design with graceful lines yet seaworthy to cross an ocean if you like.
This one has been substantially updated/restored, and rivals many boats a fraction of its age.
Everything from recent new Anderson winches, recent new fuel tank, to substantially rehab decks and interior. New wiring, and all new standing rigging 2007.
5 sails including a cruising spinnaker
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Engine: Perkins 4-108, 37 hp; 34 gal aluminum fuel tank; new in 2007
Propeller: Three-blade fixed; 14 RH 11; new in 2017 - old prop as spare
PSSI shaft seal new in 2017
In 2007the engine got a new injector pump and was re-installed after noise reduction paint applied to compartment. Then sound reducing foam insulation was installed in the engine compartment and the cockpit bulkheads. The engine got new injectors in 2014, a new raw water pump in 2015, and a new valve-cover gasket in 2017. It has had all ordinary maintenance.
Simpson-Lawrence Sea-Tiger manual windlass with 200' 3/8" BBB chain (new in 2017) and 120' 5/8" nylon. The mounting for the windlass was reinforced and improved in 2017.
Main anchor: 39 pound Northstar (Bruce type)
Auxiliary anchor: 22 pound Danforth
Spare anchor: 40 pound plow type
Spare rode: 40' X 3/8" BBB chain plus 200' 5/8" nylon
Mainsail with two reefs by Lee; age unknown; good condition
Jib (110%) by Atlantic Sail Traders, 2013; excellent condition
Mizzen with one reef by North; 2009; excellent condition
Asymmetrical spinnaker by Thurston; age unknown; with dousing sock: excellent condition
Mizzen staysail; original; usable condition
All standing rigging new in 2007
Main mast, mizzen mast, and mizzen boom stripped and painted with linear poly-urethane paint in 2007. Main boom is Selden Spars (2006), with two single-line reefs with Selden solid boom vang. All running rigging new since 2007, all in excellent condition
Six (6) Anderson winches, all two-speed, self-tailing, new in 2007: two size 44 cockpit sheet winches; two size 28 cockpit spinnaker sheet winches; one size 40 main halyard cabin-top winch; one size 28 headsail winch on mast. Two Spinlok triple line jammers, cabin top and mast. Three winch handles. New mizzen-traveler gear in 2008.
Lifesling and hoisting tackle
Garelick stainless steel, telescoping man-overboard/boarding ladder, new 2017
In 2007, the hull, deck and cockpit were completely refurbished and restored including: the balsa-cored deck and cabin top were re-cored, re-laminated, and painted with Awlgri as required. Topsides were sanded, faired, and painted with Awlgrip. New glass in opening ports, new plexi-glass in fixed ports, new handrails inside and out. Bow and stern pulpits re-bedded, lifeline-stanchions re-bedded, new lifelines, all new bronze through-hulls. Docking and mooring cleats re-bedded and new backing plates installed.
The forepeak was modified and re-engineered to accept an inner forestay tank if desired by the new owner. As part of that effort stowage was greatly improved.
The cockpit was modified for safer offshore use: a bridge-deck was installed reducing footwell volume and preventing water coming below as before. Original 3/4" cockpit drains were replaced with 2" drains and new through-hulls. New oversized Edson binnacle installed with Garmin Chartplotter/Radar display above the wheel which was re-finished. There is a genuine Danforth Constellation compass in the binnacle, refurbished in 2007.
The hull bottom had very few blisters; they were repaired, then two epoxy barrier coats and bottom paint were applied. All through hulls were replaced with bronze fittings. Bottom paint has been renewed regularly, the last time in May 2017.
Shore power is 30 amp powering: two 110 VAC outlets (GFCI); 20 amp battery charger; 6 gal hot water heater (alternatively engine heat); refrigerator (alternatively 12 VDC)
House bank: two 200 Amp-hour AGM batteries (total 400 Amp hour). Engine starting battery; one Group 27 AGM battery. House and engine-starting batteries are wired with isolator/combiner for control of charging and consumption.
All of the AC and most of the DC system has been re-wired since 2007 with marine grade wire and constantly maintained.
Danforth Constellation compass in binnacle, re-built in 2007
Garmin 4008 chartplotter with integrated Garmin radar.
Autohelm Bi-Data depth, speed and temperature display
Two five-gallon propane tanks in lazerette locker with proper overboard drains and vents, solenoid-operated valve, with 2016 Xintex propane sniffer, alarm and shut off (operated from the galley)
The interior was completely refurbished or re-built 2008-2017. New upholstery and foam on all cushions and berths. New paint on all bulkheads. Cabin sole rebuilt and revarnished.
Galley: Between 2007 and 2014 new stowage for crockery, pots, pans, and utensils. New garbage container mounted on slides. Force-Ten three-burner stove and oven with re-mounted with new propane hose properly routed and chafe- protected. Refrigeration installed 2014.
Main Salon: New cabinets and hidden stowage. Wallas diesel-fueled air furnace with three vents for cabin heat. Red-dot-type heat exchanger for cabin heat when engine is running.
Two Nicro-fico solar-powered night or day cabin vents, one in the vee-berth, one in the head. Oversize brass Dorade vents
New water system in 2007-2014. Six gallon water heater with 110 volt or engine-heat options. Hot and cold pressure water in both galley and head provided by an on-demand pump with strainer and filter. Added a shower fixture in the head in 2014. The galley has a hand pump for cold fresh water only. The system is supplied by a 100 gallon stainless steel tank in the keel.
Head: Toilet has a 20 gallon holding tank with optional discharge: overboard or pump-out station. The faucet fixture is also a shower head.
New cockpit dodger in 2008.
Walker Bay 8 foot rigid inflatable dinghy (RID) with oars, pump, spares, floating tow line and dock float.
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