A stunning example of this legendary design, "Querencia" is a sister-ship to the famed "Finisterre", three-time winner of the Bermuda to Newport race. From the drafting board of Sparkman & Stephens Design # 1054, "Querencia" was built at the Wing-on-Shing boatyard in Hong Kong in 1960 and underwent an 18 month restoration from the keel up in 2002.
The 2002 refit was completed by the current owner, a knowledgeable yachtsman, using a hand-picked team of local craftsmen lead by professional shipwright Ed Lamberson and included: new teak decks, toe rails, skylight and cockpit coamings; a new housetop of Yellow Cedar and canvas over Mahogany beams; stripping of the hull to bare wood inside and out; refinishing of the hull; a gold leaf cove stripe; reconfiguration of the existing cabinetry and complementing of the same with new Yellow Cedar countertops and ceilings; a complete up to date Raymarine electronics system was installed and includes radar, chart plotter, AIS, sonar, Sirius weather, autopilot, EPIRB and VHF; new sails, sail cover and bimini from Schauttauer Sails, Inc. of Seattle; a 40 horsepower Yanmar diesel engine was installed; custom designed, stained glass panels from Mesolini Glass Studio of Bainbridge Island for the galley and companionway; leather seat cushions for the main salon; ultra suede mattress covers; cabin lights and hardware imported from England. Her hull is constructed of 1-1/8" teak planks over Yakel frames fastened in bronze with Abitong deadwood. Her floor grid, centerboard, centerboard trunk, and the mast step are bronze. Spars are Sitka Spruce; new pin rails are teak.
Throughout this extensive refit, every effort was made to maintain the integrity of "Querencia's" traditional pedigree. In 2004 she was re-christened and launched in Port Townsend, Washington.
Since her restoration, "Querencia" has been lovingly and meticulously maintained while being regularly sailed; competing in nine Swiftsure regattas and wooden boat festivals. She has been Best in Show twice at the Victoria B.C. wooden boat festival.
"Querencia" is a sublime blend of form and function, maintained in Bristol condition and a rare gem in today's marketplace.
Fresh Bottom Paint September 2016.
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For more information or to schedule a viewing, please contact the listing agent: James King (206-718-6361) or Murray Fiander (206-200-0424) or call our office at 360-697-4000.
Please contact Murray Fiander at (360) 697-4000
Дополнительные спецификации, оборудование и информация:
Верфь: Wing On Shing
Дизайнер: Sparkman and Stephens
Страна приписки: Соединенные Штаты Америки
Киль: Плавниковый киль
Форма корпуса: Однокорпусное
Ширина: 11 футы 7 дюймы
Длина по ватерлинии (LWL): 28 футы 6 дюймы
Длина палубы: 38 футы 5 дюймы
Минимальная осадка: 4 футы 1 дюймы
Максимальная осадка: 8 футы 6 дюймы
Водоизмещение: 21527 фунты
Балласт: 6436 фунты
Общая мощность: 40 HP
Марка двигателя: Yanmar
Год постройки: 2004
Модель двигателя: 3JH4E
Тип двигателя: Стационарный
Тип двигателя/топлива: Дизель
Гребной винт: Винт с двумя лопастями
Мощность двигателя: 40 HP
Число односпальных коек: 4
Число двуспальных коек: 1
Число санузлов: 1
Скорость и направление ветра
УКВ - and Sirius weather
Курсограф - with AIS
Генуэзский стаксель - 140% roller furling Jib, and a mizzen sail
Закрутка грота - Roller-Furling
Электрическая трюмная помпа
Обогрев - Luke Chrome and soapstone fireplace
Электрический приемник - with Electrosan treatment
Ручная трюмная помпа
Электрический разъем для подключения на берегу
Электрическая цепь: 12В
Внешнее и дополнительное оборудование
Стол в кокпите - Teak and Yellow Cedar
Спасательный плот - Switlik 4 person
Общая вместимость спасательного плота: 4
Электрическая якорная лебедка
Кожух кокпита - And a Mizzen cover.
The Deck Layout is traditional, simple and effective as befits a racing/cruising yacht. From forward to aft the deck is arranged as follows:
11" mooring and anchoring cleats to port & starboard;
On center-line a Maxwell electric anchor windlass with chain pawl & foot push-button;
Deck raw water wash down;
Flush deck light prisms port and starboard just forward of the deckhouse;
Dorade vents port and starboard on housetop;
Opening butterfly skylight on cabin top;
Centerboard crank controls to port of main cabin companionway;
Handrails port and starboard on house top.
4 custom chrome-plated winches within reach of a self-bailing cockpit;
A 25" diameter ships wheel installed in a new console with new engine controls;
Aft of the cockpit, a mizzen mast, just forward of hinged lazarette access hatch;
A high wood coaming encircles the cockpit and the main deck is encircled with double lifelines and 29" high pulpit;
A removable access plate reveals a powerful manually controlled bilge pump;
Under the cockpit floor, the engine and full tanks are accessible from raising cockpit side lockers and a removable panel the the Navigator's station below;
There is a dodger, bimini and full winter boat cover;
New cushions were installed on the cockpit seats in 2004.
Below Decks from forward to aft:
A chain, rope and gear stowage locker with access from the forward stateroom;
The forward stateroom consists of two single berths with gear and clothes stowage lockers throughout;
Starboard aft of the stateroom is a three drawer bureau and a clothes hanging locker;
Port aft of the stateroom is an electric head with an Electro-san treatment system; hand shower; sink and lockers;
Centerline, between the custom leather settees is the mainmast, aft of which is drop-leaf gimbaled dining table with wine storage;
Centerboard control tube is attached to the table;
Port and starboard in the main salon are lockers, shelves and settees.
Aft of the starboard settee is the navigator's station with a drop leaf table;
Port, aft of the settee is the galley with a Force 10 3 burner propane stove, Sea-Freeze refrigerator/freezer; stainless steel sink; shelving lockers and drawers;
Access to the deck is by a hand carved companionway ladder over the drainboard with panel below that for access to forward part of engine;
Both the companionway doors and locker doors feature custom glass panels;
Potable water tanks are located beneath port and starboard settees in the main salon.
Hull Material: 1 1/8" Teak, wedge seam above waterline, caulked and payed below the waterline; Abitong deadwood;
Frames: Yakel 1 3/4" x 1 3/8" frames spaced 10 1/2" to 11 3/8" dependent on location;
Yellow Cedar ceiling against the hull;
Fastenings: Bronze screws, No. 12 x 2 1/2" with teak plugged heads;
Floors: 1 3/4" to 2" spaced with frames and cast bronze floors tying frames to floors;
Rudder: copper wrapped wood, integral with keel;
Pintles & Gudgeons: Bronze;
Centerboard: 3/4" Bronze;
Centerboard Pin: Bronze 1 1/8" (replaced 2004);
Deck beams, headers, carlins all approx. 1 1/8" x 1 1/8", refurbished or renewed in 2004;
Stem & Horn Timbers: approximately 6", depths to suit;
Deck Material: New in 2004; 1 1/8" Teak, laid, caulked and payed
House Sides and Joiner Work: Teak, new house ends in 2004 and refurbished sides.
RIGGING & SAILS:
Port Orford Cedar hollow main mast and solid mizzen, totally refurbished in 2004 with new tracks and top action Merman hoisting winches;
New standing rigging in 2002 with bronze turnbuckles;
New 2004 Spruce spreaders on both masts with spreader lights;
Hollow Spruce main boom with 7/8" track in grooved boom for roller reefing;
Endless work gear at mast, crank outhaul at tack;
Sitka Spruce mizzen boom with 3/4" track and standard slab reefing;
Stainless steel 1 x 19 wire rigging with 5/8" turnbuckles;
Integral headstay with Schaefer 2100 roller furling system;
Spinnaker pole with refurbished Merriman end fittings;
Chainplates, fastenings, turnbuckle pins and any flex fittings refurbished in 2004;
A Paul Luke bulkhead mounted solid fuel, chrome plated bronze and Soapstone fireplace in main salon;
PSS dripless shaft gland;
Antique Mahogany ship's wheel with inlaid bronze binnacle;
Custom chrome-plated bronze turtle over companionway;
Full flow bronze ball valves;
Jabsco raw water deck wash down;
Custom leather settees in main salon;
S&S gimbaled table in main salon with bottle storage;
Weems & Plath chrome plated ship's clock with bell; gimbaled vase and barometer/thermometer.
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.