Basic Boat Info
190 Lincoln Street
Hingham, Massachusetts, US, 02043
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.
Sleeps 6 in 3 cabins: Forward cabin features V berth, vanity, and lockers. Main cabin has an L-shaped convertible settee to starboard, straight settee opposite to port, bulkhead-mount table. U-shaped galley to port. Opposite to starboard is a head with vanity and hand-held shower. Next aft to starboard is a forward-facing nav station with seat. Opposite to port from nav station is a double berth (can be closed off for privacy).
Teak and holly cabin sole, teak interior finish; recent main cabin upholstery.
Dickinson bulkhead-mounted propane cabin heater.
U-shaped galley features Adler Barbour refrigeration (freezes water bottles in a couple hours), three-burner propane stove with oven, and stainless steel sink with hot/cold pressurized water. Underdeck LED lights to illuminate galley.
- Balmar 100A alternator
- Complete re-cable of all main wiring to panel, including upsized cables and professional crimps/heat shrink
- Balmar ARS-5 regulator
- Two 6 volt 230 Ah golf cart batteries for house (2019), 230Ah 12 volt capacity
- One Group 31 12 volt starting battery (2019)
- Balmar SG-200 smart gauge
- Victron SmartSolar 15A solar controller
- 80W flexible panel that is deployed on aft deck and can be quickly removed during sailing. Owner notes: "I use it to keep batteries 100% at mooring."
- Blue Seas ACR and parallel main battery switch
- 30 amp battery charger
- Shorepower connection and shorepower cable
- 120 volt panel with outlets at nav station and galley
- Tri-color masthead light
- Garmin 942XS 9" touchscreen chartplotter in navpod at pedestal
- Raymarine ST-60+ wind, speed, depth gauges networked to Garmin
- Garmin 18HD, radome on mast
- Garmin 440 chartplotter at nav station with separate GMR18 antenna on pulpit
- Icom M504 VHF transceiver with DSC, networked to Garmin for GPS, MMSI programmed
- Masthead VHF antenna
- Backup Garmin 3206 chartplotter under port cockpit seat as 3rd backup to other 2 Garmins
- Simrad hydraulic autopilot networked to Garmin system
- Ritchie Compass
- Westerbeke 44B 44 horsepower, four cylinder, fresh-water-cooled, diesel engine with ZF MIV15 V drive transmission.
- 1087 hours (used approximately 125 hours/season)
- PSS dripless seal
- Maxprop Classic three-blade propeller
- Engine oil drain pump
- Custom fuel polisher setup with 2 large 5 micron filters set to run whenever engine is running
- New Heat Exchanger (2020)
- Westerbeke panel in cockpit
- Racor 500 primary
Owner notes: "I've done a lot of work to this engine. Inherited a few issues which have now been rectified and engine runs perfectly. Idles and runs with zero issues, no smoke, no bad behavior. I could talk about what I have done with this engine for a week. Engine room is very clean and thoughtfully laid out. This isn't one of those nightmare engine rooms where everything is rusty and hasn't seen light of day. I appreciate a clean engine space, new hose clamps, everything loomed, chafe free, no drips or weirdness going on here. I am very particular about how things are maintained."
Fiberglass hull & decks: 2009 blue Awlgrip hull, white boottop, gold cove stripe, 2010 barrier coat, red bottom, sand non-skid decks. Bottom epoxy barrier coated in 2009. Bluewater 45 bottom paint every spring. Teak bowsprit with anchor roller. Muir Cougar electric windlass (2008) with both up and down functions, foot pedal controls on foredeck and cockpit control. Edson pedestal steering with Edson teak cockpit table and drink holder. Light and ventilation provided by three Lewmar Ocean Series hatches (2009), 10 Bomar opening ports (rebuilt 2009). two stainless steel dorade vents. Bow & stern pulpits. Double lifelines with gates port and starboard. Transom-mounted stainless steel swim ladder with teak treads.
- Keel-stepped mast
- Masthead spinnaker crane (2017)
- Custom bobstay for running asymmetric
- Harken roller furling system for headsail (2009)
- Mainsails North Sharkskin dacron-good condition North dacron-good condition Hathaway dacron-poor-fair condition
- Headsails Hathaway 145% genoa-poor-fair condition ~10 other genoa/jibs in poor to good shape. All bought used, some high performance laminates from J109s (North Aramids, Quantum mylars etc)
- Spinnakers J105 North practice/cruising spinnaker-good shape, pictured in 2018 Figawi win. Not used since. Turtle bag and snuffer sock J105 UK? Airex race spinnaker-excellent shape, used once, very crisp. Turtle bag
- Other Code 0 Somerset Sails, never used or removed from bag, New.
- Pad eyes aft and all equipment to fly spinnakers, including lightweight spinnaker sheets, halyards.
- Lewmar #44 2-speed self-tailing genoa sheet winches, mast-mounted halyard winches.
- Hall Spars Quick Vang solid boom vang
- Clarion CD stereo (2006) in salon with speakers in salon and new Kenwood speakers in cockpit. Bluetooth.
- Mainsail cover
- Cockpit cushions
- CQR 35# anchor with 150' chain, 150' 5/8" rode
- Electric bilge pump
- Spare Danforth anchor with chain and nylon rode in lazarette
- Forespar dinghy davits (2005) (not installed. Removed with all hardware
- Bimini frame (removed, and no canvas but bows are in perfect condition)
- Dodger frame and old dodger. Owner's note: "Was going to redo it in 2020 but never got around to it."
- Custom winter cover
- 5 Brownell stands for winter storage
- MarineAir reverse-cycle AC/heat (currently decommissioned) unknown condition, Owner notes: "I've never used it. But all the ducting is there, compressor etc. Requires shore power."
Every season I have tackled a large project
2016: Brightwork brought back and 3-4 coats done every year since
2017: Engine, custom bobstay and masthead spinnaker crane
2019: New electronics and NMEA2K network
For further information, please contact John L. Procter, CPYB:
Cell phone: 617-694-8455