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1974 Cape Cod Goldeneye

Belfast, Maine

COME SPRING is a Herreshoff-designed Goldeneye fiberglass sloop built by Cape Cod Shipbuilding in Wareham, MA.  She has a cuddy cabin with two berths with storage below and space for a chemical or marine toilet directly below the companionway entrance . Forward there is a cuddy cabin with two berths running aft with storage lockers below each one. There is space for a toilet/Porta-Potti directly below the companionway with a top that can double as step or seat. Under the cockpit seats there are two lockers for storage of sails and other gear. The aft deck contains a lazarette locker for additional storage or space for an outboard motor.

Basic Boat Info

Boat Name: COME SPRING
Make: Cape Cod
Model: Goldeneye
Year: 1974
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Builder: Cape Cod Shipbuilding Co.
Designer: Nathaniel G. Herreshoff
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: CAC201074
Has Hull ID: Yes
Keel Type: Full Keel

Dimensions

Length: 18'3 ft
Length Overall: 18'3 ft
Waterline Length: 15'10 ft
Beam: 6'4 ft
Max Draft: 3 ft
Displacement: 2,500 lb
Ballast: 1,320 lb
Single Berths: 2

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Mini Kato
  • Model: Riptide, saltwater model
  • Fuel: Electric
  • Type: Outboard
  • Year: 2021
  • Engine Hours: 10

Other

Boat Class: Daysailers, Unspecified, Cruisers

Contact

John L. Procter, CPYB
Lawson Yachts LLC

Office

Lawson Yachts LLC
190 Lincoln Street
Hingham, Massachusetts, US, 02043
Tel:781-749-1645
Disclaimer

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.



Sail Area

Working Sail Area : 193.00 sq ft
Sails and Rigging

Sloop Rig. Aluminum mast and boom; S/S standing rigging. Mainsail with one set of reef points (two batten pockets should be stitched), roller-furling genoa, spinnaker and spinnaker gear. Sails are well-used, but are serviceable with no tears. Running rigging new (2021). Schaefer roller furler; two sheet winches, one halyard winch. Note:  Mast broke and was repaired.  Seller believes it is structurally fine, but in the interest of full disclosure, wants people to know about this from the outset.

 

Hull and Deck

The Goldeneye, built by Cape Cod Shipbuilding in Wareham, Mass, is a fiberglass daysailer with a self-bailing cockpit. The hull is molded in one piece.  The rudder is also fiberglass and is mounted on a bronze shaft, secured at the bottom with bronze casting incorporating the pintle. The keel is lead. Tiller steering. 

Forward there is a cuddy cabin with two berths running aft with storage lockers below each one. There is space for a toilet/Porta-Potti directly below the companionway hatch covered with a top that can double as step or seat. Under the cockpit seats there are two lockers for storage of sails and other gear. The aft deck contains a lazarette locker for additional storage or housing for an outboard motor.

Additional Inventory

Heavy duty custom trailer, Danforth anchor with chain and new nylon rode, Whale bilge pump, one year old 12 volt deep-cycle battery, docklines, 2 PFD's, two fenders, boat hook.

Manufacturer Provided Description

Drawing on more than 80 years' experience in constructing small sailboats and 35 years' experience in fiberglass, the Goldeneye is built in the same time-proven way as the Bull's Eye, the Marlin, the Atlantic, and the Blue Chip. The outside lead keel is securely fastened with heavy bronze through-bolts. In case of grounding, lead will stand a terrific amount of pounding with small, easily repaired damage. Cape Cod developed a method of molding the hull and deck in one piece. Construction of this type has proven its worth and soundness over the years. The self-bailing cockpit, complete with form-fitting seats, is molded in one piece and is mechanically fastened in the hull. The fiberglass rudder is mounted on a bronze shaft secured at the bottom with bronze casting incorporating the pintle. Woodwork throughout is the finest Burma teak, with Sitka spruce bowsprit. The masthead rig (Zephyr aluminum spar and boom, stainless turnbuckles) and the short bowsprit give a forward triangle large enough to accommodate jibs ranging from a small storm sail to a powerful genoa. There is a permanent backstay and Dacron running rigging. In terms of accommodation, forward are two berths running aft with more than ample storage lockers below each. A space has been set aside for a toilet directly below the companionway hatch, covered with a sturdy top that can double as a step or seat. Beneath the form-fitting cockpit seats are located two large lockers for storage of sails and other gear. The after deck contains a lazarette locker for additional storage or housing for an outboard motor when not in use.

Disclaimer

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.

Additional Contact Information

For further information, please contact John L. Procter, CPYB:

Office:  781-749-1645

Toll-free:  781-214-3632

Cell phone:  617-694-8455

E-mail: lawsonyachts@aol.com


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