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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Long Beach, Oman
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 59,000
S/V Concubine 37' Chinese Junk
REDUCED AND READY TO SAIL!
OWNER WANTS TO SEE ALL OFFERS on this custom Chinese Junk built in 1960 and refit in 1983. The Chinese Junk rig is the simplest, safest and easiest to handle cruising rig of all. A properly sailed Junk is very stiff and rarely heels more than 20 degrees. It is also a simple rig with no fancy fittings to fail, no stays, no winches to grind, no sail tracks are needed. There are no booms nor spreaders. No sail changes are ever necessary nor are extra sails needed to be stored down below. A proper Junk will heave-to without any sail up. The swept-up stern keeps the bow into a blow. S/V Concubine is built for blue water sailing.
She has teak topsides, deckhouse, dodger, bulwarks decks, spindles and railings. The teak plank deck has a urethane membrane surface poured over it so that is is very tough and easy to care for. She has Yacal bottom planking(very hard, practically toredo shipworm proof) huge frames & simple solid and short spars, bronze fastened. She is overbuilt by Western standards. The interior is a collection of fine woods including Heart pine, walnut, cherry, redwood, juniper, etc. all bronze fastened. This boat is built of solid timber. There is no plywood in the construction. She has cast lead internal ballast along with cast steel external ballast, a steel rudder with diamond shaped holes for no-drag steering. Under power she is very maneuverable and will turn around in her own length making her easy to dock.
Concubine has a 275 gallon stainless steel water tank and a 220 gallon stainless fuel tank, air conditioning, diesel generator, power inverter/battery charger, dual galley sinks, refrigeration, hot water, Skipper manual head, a two-speed bronze, hand crank windlass with chain rode, pot bellied heat stove, 10" compass from a Liberty Ship, bronze portholes, beautiful carved wood and bronze fittings and decorations above deck and below. She has an all bronze wheel and all fittings above and below are of bronze. She has a swim platform under the stern that doubles as strong shutters used over the cabin windows when at sea.
We go Above & Beyond to please our buyers and sellers.
Cell phone: 228-623-9668
Please contact Trachelle Hill at 228-623-9668
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Total Power: 100 HP
Engine Brand: Perkins
Year Built: 1983
Engine Model: 6-335
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 117
Propeller: 2 blade propeller
Engine Power: 100 HP
GPS - Garmin GPS Map 700 Series, 2012
Radio - Weather and XM Satellite Radio
Autopilot - Simrad AP24 Autopilot, 2012
VHF - Standard Horizon Matrix AIS GX 2100
Compass - Magnetic at helm
Depthsounder - Garmin 740S Sounder/GPS, 2012
Steering wheel - Wheel by cable to single rudder
Air conditioning - Marvair SeaMach
Oven - Shipmate 3 burner, gimbaled stove/oven, propane
Hot water - 6 gallons
Marine head - manual Skipper head
Electric bilge pump
Refrigerator - Ice box with cold plate refrigeration
Manual bilge pump
1983 Perkins Diesel 6 cylinder 100 HP. Overhauled on 2012. 117.9 hours on engine since overhaul. Wet exhaust.
Transmission rebuilt in 2015. Velvet Drive.
Engine located under galley cabinetry, remove paneling in cabin for access.
Generator: Westerbeke, Diesel, 2 cylinder, 1983, fresh water cooled. Hours on less than 200.
Fuel Tanks, 2 stainless, 250 gallon diesel tanks.
Potable Water Tanks, stainless, approx 250 gallons.
LPG Tanks, Worthington aluminum approx 4 gallons. Located on deck in locker.
Shipmate 3 burner with oven propane stove. Propane bottles on deck.
Refrigeration: Icebox with cold plate refrigeration.
Double stainless steel sink.
Forward vee berth and main cabin settee/berths port and starboard. Galley is to starboard and enclosed head/shower to port.
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.