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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- United States
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- Current Price:
- US$ 60,000
The Ohlson 35’s were built by Ohlson Brothers of Gothenburg Sweden and sold in the United States by George O’Day and Associates starting in the late 1950’s and on into the late 1960’s As Hull #29, HALCYON is one of the earliest boats to have been built.
Halcyon has had exceptional care under all her owners and today presents to this broker as a near new boat. Prior to the current ownership HALCYON had for many years been stored and maintained by Rockport Marine. Her owner of the time had an “open checkbook policy” when it came to taking care of the boat and in 2005 commissioned Rockport Marine perform an extensive and well documented refit which put HALCYON in a condition described by surveyor Capt. Paul Haley as “in very good condition with no issues needed to be attended to”.
This loving care and attention to detail continues with HALCYON’s current owner, a builder of fine homes, a true craftsman and artist. After having purchased the boat in 2006 he once again had the boat stored and maintained by Rockport Marine for his first year of ownership but at the same time constructed a custom boathouse where HALCYON has been stored ever since. Under his ownership HALCYON has only improved in condition with upgrades and replacements of major systems (new engine, new head, etc) and continued and regular cosmetics care.
Please contact John Maxwell at 207-359-2193
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
PRINCIPAL DIMENSIONS & INFORMATION
Designer: Einar Ohlson
Builder: Ohlson Brothers, Gothenburg Sweden
Hull #: 29
Year Built: 1958
LOA: 35’ 6”
LWL: 25’ 0”
Beam: 9’ 4”
Draft: 5’ 0”
Displacement: 13,800 lbs.
Ballast: 5000 lbs.
Propulsion: Westerbeke 30B3 diesel engine
Cruising Speed: 6 knots
Fuel Capacity: 14 Gallons
Fresh Water Capacity: 20 Gallons
HULL, DECK & CABIN CONSTRUCTION
Spoon bow, full keel with keel hung rudder underwater profile.
Oak stem, back bone and transom
Carvel planked hull
Mahogany planking over steam-bent Oak frames on 7” centers.
Oak (2 ¾”) floor timbers with bronze strap floor plates on 7” centers.
Fir (1 1/8” x 1 ½”) deck beams on 12 ½” centers.
Teak subdeck with marine plywood over and Dynel overlay.
Copper rivet and bronze screw fastenings as appropriate for use.
White painted topsides with dark blue boot stripe and cove stripe
Red bottom paint
Decks and cabin top are painted a traditional buff color
Varnished mahogany transom, toe rails, taff rail, cabin sides, cabin top handrails, cabin sides, cockpit coamings and cockpit seat lockers.
NOTE: In 2000 a major rebuild of this yacht was undertaken and completed by Rockport Marine. Work done includes (but not limited to) replacement of keel plank and stern post, replacement of lower sections of aft floor timbers, new frame ends, replacement of stern knee and five (5) planks on either side of the bottom from the keel up. Also during this time the vessels sheer planks were replaced and original teak decks and were covered with marine plywood overlaid with Dynel cloth set in epoxy and painted a traditional buff color with smooth surfaces along the waterways and deck edges and nonskid texturing on the deck and cabin top which was also overlaid with Dynel set in epoxy.
Chocks are of cast bronze
Docking cleats are of cast bronze and varnished mahogany construction
Stainless steel bow pulpit
Stainless steel lifeline stanchions with coated wire lifelines
Stainless steel dorade (cowl) vents. 2 in main cabin, 2 in aft deck
Primary sheet winches (2ea) Barient #22ST
Secondary sheet winches (2ea) Barient #22
Additional winch (1ea) Lewmar #14ST
Furthest forward is the anchor rode and chain locker accessible from the forward cabin.
Next aft is the forward sleeping cabin with accommodations for two in a Vee-berth configuration with storage space available under the berthing platform.
Aft of this cabin (and to port) is an enclosed head area with a new marine toilet and sink basin supplied with cold-fresh water by way of a manual (hand operated) pump.
Inboard of the enclosed head area is the passageway between the forward and main cabins and to starboard of the passageway are two hanging lockers.
The main cabin is next aft with the forward portion of the cabin being the main saloon and the after portions being devoted to galley functions, access to the engine and the main companionway. The main saloon has settees port and starboard and both of these settees can be extended (slide) inboard to provide for wide comfortable sleeping spaces. Above and outboard of the settees is storage in bins, drawers and lockers. A fold down dining table is located on the port forward bulkhead of the main saloon and when in its lowered position provides ample dining for the ship’s crew. Also located on the port forward bulkhead is a Tiny-Tot solid fuel cabin stove that can more than adequately heat the interior spaces on cold night or rainy day.
Furthest aft (port and starboard) is galley counter space with storage under counter and outboard under deck. Separating the two sides of the galley is the companionway ladder (located on centerline) leading aft to the cockpit and under which is the engine compartment. To starboard is a 3-burner Kenyon propane stove and to port is a stainless steel sink basin supplied with cold fresh water by way of a (manually operated) hand pump. Also located under the port galley counter is a large stainless steel lines and well insulated ice box.
HALCYON’s interior is mostly of gloss varnished mahogany accented by white painted bulkheads. The space is well lit with natural light provided by fixed and opening portlights and overhead hatches as well as by well positioned electric lighting and traditional kerosene lamps. More than ample ventilation is provided by the opening portlight, opening hatches and dorade cowl vents.
PROPULSION & FUEL SYSTEMS
NOTE: HALCYON has had a complete replacement of the engine, fuel and all other systems (fuel and raw water filters, hoses, drip pan, exhaust system, drive train, shaft, prop, engine control cables, etc.) associated with the auxiliary propulsion system. While the engine space area was clear and accessible the bilge areas were completely cleaned and painted. The new engine has been run only for test purposes and so has minimal hours of actual use. The propulsion and fuel systems aboard HALCYON are brand new.
Engine: Westerbeke 30B3 freshwater cooled diesel with Westerbeke ignition and engine gauge panel.
Engine HP: 27 HP
Engine Hours: Minimal
Fuel: Diesel stored in a new aluminum fuel tank
Fuel Tank Capacity: 14 Gallons
Racor fuel filter
Groco raw water filter / strainer
Drivesaver shaft coupling
Stainless steel shaft
Bronze fixed two-blade propeller
Keel hung rudder
Edson cable / quadrant system
Edson steering pedestal with stainless steel and varnished wood steering wheel.
12-Volt ship’s system
Three marine batteries (1 engine and 2 house)
Rotary type main battery selector switch
Paneltronics 19 circuit electrical panel (14 in use, 5 spare)
Exterior (cockpit) selector panel for control of all exterior & navigational lighting
Battery charging by engine alternator
PLUMBING & SANITATION SYSTEMS
Stainless steel 20 gallon freshwater tank
Stainless steel sink basin in galley
Porcelin sink basin in head
Manually (hand) operated pumps supply cold freshwater to galley and head sink basins
New Jabsco manually operated marine toilet
New polypropylene holding tank
Toilet and holding tank plumbed for direct (overboard) discharge or in-tank storage with deck pump-out fitting. This sanitation system is a new installation and has as yet not been used.
NAVIGATION & ELECTRONICS
White 5” Constellation at helm
Danforth "tell tale" compass on main cabin overhead
Furuno GP1850W chartplotter
Furuno 1721MK2 radar
Datamarine S200DL depth sounder
Datamarine S100KL speed / knot log
Sitex apparent wind indicator
Icom IC-M502 VHF radio
Wempe ship’s clock
SPARS & RIGGING
Masthead rigged yawl configuration
Main and mizzen masts are of varnished Sitka Spruce and constructed in a hollow box section
Main and mizzen booms are of solid, glued Sitka spruce construction
Main mast spreaders (single pair) are of varnished Sitka Spruce
Spinnaker pole is of varnished Sitka Spruce
Standing rigging is of 1x19 wire with stainless steel turnbuckle adjusters
Merriman #3 halyard winches on main mast (2ea)
Genoa and main halyards are rope to wire spliced.
Rope portion of genoa halyard is 3-strand Dacron
Rope portion of main halyard is Stayset
Spinnaker halyard and spinnaker pole topping lift are of 3-strand Dacron
Mizzen halyard is rope to wire spliced with 3-strand Dacron rope.
Mizzen staysail halyard is 3-strand Dacron
Topping lifts for both main and mizzen booms
Lazy Jack system for mainsail
Harken Roller-Furling headstay
Teak shroud rollers (2 sets)
SAILS & CANVAS
HALCYON has 2 suits of sails both of which were built by Pope Sails of Rockland, Maine. The age of the sails is not known but inspection shows both suits to be in very good condition with the obviously newer suit of sails appearing to have had light usage and feeling still “very crisp” to the touch.
Working (newer) Sails
Mainsail, Mizzen, 135% Genoa, 110% Jib, Tri-radial Spinnaker, Mizzen Staysail
Spare (older) Sails
Mainsail (2ea), Mizzen (2ea) Large Genoa (2ea), Drifter, Working Jib,
Companionway Dodger, Forward Hatch Cover, Mainsail Cover, Mizzen Cover
Primary Anchor: Danforth 22-S anchor stored on-deck in cast bronze chocks with coated chain lead and 200’ of 5/8” Nylon rode
Secondary Anchor: CQR plow anchor with chain and rode
Emergency / Storm Anchor: Large Luke Yachtsman anchor with chain and rode
Whale Gusher manual bilge pump
Rule electric / automatic bilge pump
HAL’s PAL a custom built Nutshell Pram dinghy
Docklines and fenders
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.
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