48' on deck, traditional staysail schooner by well-known west coast yacht designer, Edson B. Schock. Launched in 1934 for owner John Farrow, L.A. film producer. 1953-1957, William F. holcomb circumnavigation. Blue water award to him in 1957. Extensive sail and racing career on the west coast U.S.A.
Launched as Mavourneen Mary, later renamed Landfall II, she is featured in a book "To Think We're Doing This For Fun."
Restoration began with a haulout in 2004. Much was done over 2 years, (new deck and deck beams, replanking as needed, new keel bolts, etc.). Additional work went on and she went back in the water in 2014.
She is still very much a project but what has been done is olid.
For sale at a fraction of what has been spent by the past and present owners.
Her unique maritime history coupled with that she is still alive bodes well for those who are dedicated to keeping alive these wonderful wooden craft.
The hull shell is complete with all planking and framing. Lead ballast is original. Bolts renewed. The decks are plywood. It is intended to sheath with 3/4" douglas fir timber.
Usable but requires completion and additional appliances e.g. fridge, freezer
Usable but requires completion.
To starboard. Usuable but requires completion, e.g. fitting wash basin.
To port. Includes chart table and navigation area. usable and complete but excluding navigation electronics.
Accessed from deck. Contains 1975 Detroit 3-53 diesel.(Not running)
Partially complete. Teak coamings purchased but not fitted.
Deck equipment. Most not fitted including pushpit, pulpit, lifelines, sail handling equipment.
Rig is a fisherman staysail schooner, mast and spars have been epoxied but not yet varnished and are not stepped. Standing rigging is 20 years old. Stainless steel and will need to be replaced. Running rigging needs to be replaced, handling equipment, winches, tracks, cleats, etc.
Either restiched or renewed (Jib & Fore Staysail)
Detroit diesel 3-53 producing 92 HP @ 2800 rpm. Originally installed in 1975 complete with gearbox, stern gear, controls, fuel system, cooling and exhaust.