WOW This great Double Ender is ready to Go! Custom designed by renowned marine architect George Buehler you can Sail the world with confidence. This able one of a kind vessel was built with safety in mind and built to go global cruising short handed. All mechanical systems have been checked and are operational. All New interior cushions. New Yanmar 100 hp in 2013 With only 300 hours. This boat has everything!! The list is endless.
Due to death of owner boat must be sold --Any and all offers will be considered
Live your dream. Sail the world!!. West System Construction with heavy mahogany framing and very high quality in every respect. Finished with 8 coats of Awlgrip. Loaded with electronics, watermaker, washer/dryer, AC/Heat, Generator, and much much more------Pilothouse walls sheathed in Kevlar for a security area.--Test panel of hull was test fired with a AK-47 with no penetration.
50 FT Custom Double Ender with 8ft bowsprit, launched in 2007 14 ft beam; 6'0" draft - Overall Length 58'
Custom built overseen, by Bill Rundquist Internationally known Marine Propeller &Tool Manufacturer &Boat Builder. Built to be single handed.
This boat represents his ultimate creation having invested over a million dollars in its creation and 40,000+ hours of labor by a hand picked gang of extremely talented marine carpenters and engineers, Headroom 78" plus throughout interior.
CONTACT DAN LEATHER - CELL-941-628-3336
Boat Name Vamoose Specs Keel: Fin Dimensions LOA: 58 ft 0 in Beam: 14 ft 0 in Length on Deck: 50 ft 0 in Minimum Draft: 6 ft 0 in Ballast: 16000 lbs Engines Engine 1: Engine Brand: Yanmar Year Built: 2013 Engine Model: 4JH4G Engine Type: Inboard Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel Engine Hours: 300 Drive Type: Direct Drive Engine Power: 100 HP Tanks Fresh Water Tanks: 25 (2 Gallons) Fuel Tanks: 55 Accommodations Number of heads: 2 Outside Equipment/Extras Electric windlass
Information from the Builder
Designed by George Buehler, of Mahogany framing, three layers West epoxied cold molded marine mahogany plywood formed on a keel composed of a 12'x 16" x 10" steel beam filled with 16,000 lbs of lead pellets. Steel beam keel providing the ultimate protection in the advent of grounding. Hull Finished in 8 coats of Awlgrip. 50 ft hull with 10 ft bowsprit with teak railing around-entire perimeter, Oak rub rail, plus three aft Kyocera120 watt Solar panels to ensure battery charging when leaving the boat for extended periods, API 67903 swim platform mounted aft at waterline,
(2) Dorade cowl vents, and three
Engine room blower Turbo 4000 in line,
(2) two Nicro solar ventilators, (l) twospeed SS ventilator, (2) 4" cast stainless steel
Mariners low profile ventilators, (2) teak Dorade boxes with 5" cowl vents, (2) 4"
stainless steel mushroom low profile ventilators. (3) Hella turbo brerth fans
Solar doghouse forward providing natural interior lighting, Center hatch providing natural light in galley dinette area,
Lofrans model LW500 Falkon Electric Chain and rope with deck & helm control
3/8" hi-test chain and Gypsy .Samson post forward and aft. Foul weather piping surrounding mast for safe handling of sailing gear in heavy weather
Teak varnished cap railings throughout
Davits: Kato marine aft for dinghy
Windshield wipers: AFI heavy duty two speed
Mast: Grade A1 (none finer) spruce mast crafted by a 75 year old master Maine mast craftsman covered with 5 coats of white Awlgrip. Appears to be aluminum but much stronger.
Mast pulpit 42" high at mast base providing safe sail handling in heavy weather
Radar mast aft with Raytheon dome, Shakespeare 2025 TVIFM antennae,
Rigging: Cutter rigged with firstgrade Dacron 461 sqft mainsail, 294 sqft staysail, 399 sqft Genoa
MKIV Sail furlers for both Jib and staysail, Lazy Jacks on Main Sail
(4) self tailing Harken plus B44winches plus a Harken 12volt power winch
Full pacific blue canvas on all winches etc
Yanmar 4JH4G 100 HP(ALL NEW l5Feb13 less than 300 hours) with 2.7 to 1 transmission
with digital C type control panel in cockpit and pilothouse
remote oil kit , RACOR #50 fuel polisher to ensure clean fuel eliminating the prime engine problem headingsouth,
Tankage: Kracor heavy duty tanks +55 gallon water bladder, (2) 25 gal water, Aqua pure water filter, deck fills: water port & starboard withy deck fills: (2) water port & starboard,
(2) diesel port & starboard, (1) waste to starboard and (1) gray water to port.
All tanks centrally gauged with Acugage monitoring system determining fill eight tanks atall times.
Watermaker:Katadyn Survivor 160 with #8012514 world cruise kit both never used
(3) Rule bilge pumps, (2) shower sump pumps, Shurfo Blaster hi pressure
anchor/deck wash-down pump forward served thru portside deck hatch, (2) AC #280050
condensate pumps, (2) March Air conditioning pumps 1000 GPH, (l) Manual hand pump mounted port
side pilothouse, (1) Jabsco #36900 service water pump mounted forward center bilge,
Bilge: two sole hatches aft and two sole hatches forward, Engine room, Water heater,
Air Conditioning & heat: two Mermaid heat pumps at pilothouse and Nav station #2 16,500 btu each
Lazarette port, starboard and aft for day storage, Vinyl C cushions three sides,
Teak and Mahogany binnacle with: steering, radar chart plotter, engine controls,
Generator ------------------under Port Lazarette
Complete Bimini with Strataglass all sides' Pacific blue canvas completely enclosing the
cockpit in heavy weather
Include: Aft Master berth, Forward pilot berth and Midship berths for four plus a convertible dinette that would berth two totaling sleeping accommodations for nine.
All new Interior Cushions!!
Dometic Sealand VG412 vacuum flush heads, Aft Head Shower and cabinets
across from Master berth:
Forward head: and shower and cabinets and sump pump across from Washer Drier
Aft Head: with shower and cabinet and sump pump
Pilothouse including: windscreen served by manual ventilation and electric
wipers,\complete navigation instrument, engine controls with dual system to cockpit windlass operation with duel controls at windlass, VHF radio, Radar and navigation station, amidships pilot berth,
Freezer center locker, Heat pump #1 to port, Master electric panel center starboard,
Access to lower engine room. Chart table and navigation station # 1
Bullet proofing both sides of pilothouse with two layers of Kevlar and sample AK47 tested.--No Penetration!!!
Hynautic MSl175-21-A hydraulic steering system w/pump mounted starboard lazzerette
and mechanicals stationed in aft cockpit Lazarette. Digital WS4916 Wireless Smoke
Electronic instrument inventory:
Antennas: Shakespeare VHF
Autopilot: Simrad w/ rudder w/ rudder feedback
Compass: KVH flux gate
Compass: Ritchie Globemaster in cockpit
Crane on aft deck 30" Edson
Depthfinder: Raymarine DSM250
AGuest 50 amp 1 & 2
Intercom system: Newmar
Isolator: Guest galvanic
Isolation transformer: 2CL99 1OKVA mounted locker starboard helm
Lightning protection: Masthead mount providing 45 degree protection bonded to
Noise Filter: Newmar Radar Mast: Edson 990 series with TV loop, Raystar antennae, Stern light, GPS antennae, Raytheon 2KW dome Radar Chart plotter: Raytheon RL70CRC wl1 0" monitor 2 KW Radio VHF: lcom M602 with hailer & command mic Radio AM FM CD MCD: Jensen Radio VHF: Raymarine
Sailing Instruments: new lOMarll ST60 in cockpit wind, speed log, repeater, depth finder Single Sideband radio: ICOM M802 Sonar: Interphase color side scanning with PC view, VGA display Speakers: Polyplaner Steering: Hynautic hydraulic TV inlet/outlet: Heuble Bonding electrical entire boat Marinetic Circuit breaker panel 120/12 volt Security: Andes motion detector 160 degrees with 2n to 6 minute variable timer, Lighting: Mast head Aqua Signal #174300 tri-color Spreader lights: (2) SFUT 803-WB Radar Mast Dome lights white in all areas, red night dome light companionway aft Cabin lights (9) Perko #318 dual voltage 121120 volts Courtesy lights # 1172 at cabin stairs Utility lights (6) Perko compact Vanity lights (2) PD200 Cockpit (2) red BMP lights Berth lights Engine: new 2013 approx. x 300 hours Alarms: Aqua Alarm system with very loud bell, engine fire, Galley fire, High bilge, Engine cool water, Engine overheat Fire Control: Fireboy MA2-125 system Manual/auto, control at helm, 125 cuft. FE241, engine shutdown second station Filters: Aquapure AP101S water filter using AP117 cartridges, Waste tan RCV w/3/4:" check valve using Sealand cartridges, Racor 500MA2 fuel/water separator filter using 2010SM-OR 2 micron filters, ARG raw water strainer, Sea Chest: Manifold serves all sea water needs mounted forward of center bilge Batteries: (2) D size 210 Ahr plus (2) start @79 Ahr
Master Berth: Portside aft
Head # 1: Aft Starboard
Pilothouse Starboard helm
Pilothouse Portside pilot berth
Dinette, center cabin: starboard side
Dinette center cabin Port side double over and under berths
Galley: Center cabin starboard sink, Seaward gimbaled 3174-2002 LP stove storage over and under and aft, Norcold DE441 Refrigerator-freezer AC/DC adjacent SS sink, Coffee Maker and Microwave aft side of galley. Frigidaire top served 5.5 cu ft freezer with power defrost mounted under port helm seat,
Navigation station #2:
Center cabin portside galley, Navigation table with Printer, Single
side band radio, intercom to all stations, Heat pump #2 under Nav table
Locker: Forward Cabin Large Port Storage Cabinet, for mechanical and electrical spares
Locker: Forward Cabin Large Starboard Cabinet, for Groceries with adjacent starboard
Locker: Forward Cabin large Starboard storage with slide-out storage for bedding and
Head #2: Forward crew cabin:
Berth: Forward cabin Pilot berth to starboard
Locker: Forward cabin: two side by side under pilot berth for sailing gear with overhead
access to deck through doghouse.
Workbench: Forward crew cabin: starboard with locker under for tools, etc.
Rope Locker: Forward crew cabin: with overhead access to deck through doghouse with
steps to deck.
Sail Locker: Forward portside rope locker with overhead access through to doghouse
Sail locker: Forward starboard side of rope locker with overhead access through
Anchors: 45 lb. CQR, 60 lb. CQR, 40 lb Danforth
Anchor Locker: forward with 400ft of 3/8" Hi-test chain to electric windlass
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