DRUMBEAT is a three-owner yacht that has been sailed only in fresh water on Lakes Michigan and Huron.She has been stored indoors for most of her life and shrink-wrapped when outdoors.No expense has been spared in her maintenance and she has a "like-new" appearance.Besides her good looks, DRUMBEAT is a delight to sail, whether racing, cruising, or day sailing.Her large comfortable cockpit can easily accommodate six to eight guests, and her wide decks are easy to move around on.She has a long racing history on the Great Lakes and is still competitive under both the PHRF and ORR ratings.
DRUMBEAT has been designed and equipped for both racing and cruising, with eleven Lewmar deck winches, including two self-tailing primary sheet winches.Two additional winches mounted on the mast for spinnaker halyards make for a total thirteen winches positioned within easy reach of the crew for all sail handling requirements.
DRUMBEAT'S mast, spreaders, spinnaker pole, reaching strut, and aluminum "Twin Stay" headstay and all fixed stainless rod standing rigging were manufactured by Stearn Sailing Systems in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin.This is the same Stearn Sailing Systems rig provided to many other racing/cruising yachts worldwide in the 70's and 80's and they are known for their quality and performance.Stearn also designed and manufactured the hydraulic backstay adjuster and hydraulic boom vang, which greatly simplifies rig and sail shape adjustments while sailing.These features help provide and maintain maximum sailing speed and comfort under all wind conditions.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Morgan Yacht
Designer: Dick Carter
LOA: 39 ft 9 in
Beam: 12 ft 6 in
LWL: 31 ft 4 in
Maximum Draft: 7 ft 0 in
Displacement: 18000 lbs
Ballast: 8000 lbs
Six Bunks, with 2 Settee and 2 Pilot Berths in the main cabin, and 2 Quarter Berths with bunk filler board on the port side to form a 7 ft. long "Double Berth". Large Enclosed head with shower and electric drain pump, stainless steel sink, Hot/Cold Pressure Water System with Cold Water foot pump, mirrors and storage lockers, towel racks, etc. Two large hanging lockers in main cabin opposite head. Settee backs hinge open to storage lockers under pilot berths.
Cabin has two large fixed port lights (Lexan), one over Galley, and one over Chart Table. Four "Gray" opening ports with screens provide air and light to main cabin and head.
Forward Fo'c's'le area under a 24" x 24" forward hatch is wide-open for sail storage, and also could accommodate two "pipe-berths" if desired. Large hinged-top chart table (storage underneath) with cushioned seat (storage underneath) has two large adjacent shelves for electronics, instruments, radios, GPS, and books. Chart table is on the port side, facing forward.
Large Galley on starboard with gimbaled "Shipmate" LP 3-burner stove and oven, plus 20 lb LP aluminum gas tank in custom fiberglass sealed locker under cockpit seat. Tank equipped with electric solenoid shut-off valve in tank box with remote switch and "On" light in galley, to meet Coast Guard requirements for LP gas stoves. Large front-loading ice box with two shelves and room for 200 lbs of ice below food shelves. Sliding doors above stove open to two shelves for dishes, dry foods, etc. A separate top-loading two-shelf storage bin holds large pots and pans. The stainless steel sink has a hot and cold pressure water systems with overboard drain. A separate foot pump provides cold water to the sink without the use of the automatic electric pressure water pump.
Cabin sole is varnished teak and holly veneer, and all main bulkheads and cabin sides have varnished teak veneer. Hard and hanging locker doors are varnished solid teak, as are all trim moldings. Large centerline dining table, drop leaf, seats six to eight. Custom fiddles for the center area of the table keeps items from sliding off with one or both leafs locked up or down.
All halyard, sheets, guys, and pole lift are braided dacron unless noted otherwise.
2 - Spinnaker Halyards with Snap Shackles 2 - Jib Halyards with Snap Shackles 1 - Main Sail Halyard with Screw Shackle - Samson Warpspeed, 2008 1 - Staysail Halyard / Spinnaker Pole Lift 2 - Genoa Jib Sheets 9/16" (standard) 2 - Genoa Jib Sheets 3/16" (light-air drifting) 2 - Spinnaker Sheets 1/2" with Trigger Shackles 2 - Spinnaker Guys 9/16" with Snap Shackles 2 - Spinnaker Sheets 3/8" (light-air) with Snap Shackles 1 - Spinnaker Pole Foreguy - Samson XLS Extra, 2009 1 - Mainsheet w/Harken Block and Tackle - New 2008 1 - Traveler with Harken Hardware - Samson XLS Extra, 2008 1 - Set of Lazy Jacks to control mainsail and flake sail atop boom
Sail-handling and Deck Hardware
2 - Lewmar 54 Alum. Two-Speed Self-Tailing Winches in cockpit for Jib Sheets 2 - Lewmar 48 Alum. Three-Speed Winches in cockpit for Spinnaker Sheets 1 - Lewmar 40 Chrome plated bronze Two-Speed Main Halyard Winch (next to mast) 2 - Lewmar 43 Chrome plated bronze Two-Speed Jib Halyard Winches (next to mast) 4 - Lewmar 10 Aluminum Single-Speed winches, (2) on each side of cockpit hatch for reefing mainsail, controlling spinnaker pole halyard, pole downhaul, and baby stay tension. 2 - Lewmar 40 Aluminum Two-Speed Spinnaker Halyard winches (on mast) 1 - Stearn Removable Roller Furling Drum for Stearn Twin Stay Foil with Rotating End Fittings 6 - Snatch Blocks, Side Opening Type 5 - Winch Handles, all Lock-In type 1 - Boom Gybe Preventer, Block & Tackle w/Snap Shackles from Boom to Deck Eye Pad 2 - Block & Tackle Running Back Stay Adjusters - used rarely, for heavy air beating
Stearn Hydraulic Panel with Hydraulic Pump Handle and valves in cockpit for powering Hydraulic Backstay Cylinder and Boom Vang Cylinder
2 - Genoa Tracks on each side of deck with 1 slide car on each track (total 8 cars) 2 - Inside Jib Tracks for #4 Blade Jib or Storm Jib, each with Double Sheet Slide Car 4 - Wide Sheave "Double Sheet" car blocks, one on each inside deck track (total 4) 2 - Schaefer Double Turning Sheet Blocks on teak pads (one on each side of aft deck) 2 - Deck S.S. Pad Eyes at transom corners for Spreecher Blocks for Spinnaker Sheets 7 - 8" Aluminum Cleats at Halyard and Sheet Winches 4 - Harken Standard Cam Cleats at cabin top winches, New 2010 2 - 10" Mooring/Docking Cleats at bow 2 - 8" Docking Cleats aft near transom 4 - Rail Mounted Chocks for Mooring Lines, 2 at bow and 2 at transom
"Yacht Specialties Pedestal" with 40" Wheel, Dual Lever Throttle and Shift Control, Wheel Lock Knob. Stainless Steel Pedestal Guard bolted to cockpit floor. Wheel is wrapped in custom leather.
2" Dia. Stainless Steel Rudder Shaft with welded-on Stainless Steel Tangs for securing shaft to rudder blade. Cast bronze Rudder heel casting and cast bronze rudder bearing. Top of rudder shaft designed to accept emergency tiller through cockpit deck plate.
Electric System and Electronics
Two 12V Deep Cycle Marine Batteries, New 2009 Four-Position vapor-proof battery with pilot light at Master Panel Eighteen-Position 12 Volt Master Panel with Toggle switches and fuses Shore Power wiring w/deck input fitting, four 110 volt outlets below deck, and double pole breakers in special 110V Electrical Cabinet, New 2010 1000W Built-in Xantrex XM1000 1000W Inverter, New 2010 12 Volt lighting system includes eleven interior lights throughout the vessel, head, bunks, dining table (main cabin), galley, chart table, and fo'c's'le Mast Lights include - Bow and Foredeck Lights, 360 deg. Mast Head Light, and Windex Light Standard Horizon VHF Radio with GPS Position Sony FM Radio and CD Player, New 2008 Sony Weatherproof Bi-Axial Cockpit Speakers, New 2008 Polk Cabin Speakers, New 2008
Tacktick and Garmin Race Instrumentation System
Wireless Wind Speed and Direction Transducer Depth and Temperature Transducer Boat Speed Transducer Fluxgate Compass Main Computer NMEA Interface Dual Configurable Display at Chart Table Four Displays on Cockpit Bulkhead - Two Single Configurable Displays, Dual Configurable Display, and Wind Configurable Display Garmin GPS 545 at Chart Table (integrated to Tacktick System for VMG To Waypoint, etc) USB Interface to all NMEA output/input from Tacktick and GPS Garmin NEXRAD Weather Datalink
Safety and Miscellaneous Equipment
1-EPIRB with GPS
2 - Horseshoe Life Preservers located in special bins at stern (1 attaches to MOB Pole) 1 - MOB Pole and Flag, stored in special transom tube, flag to release overboard when attached horseshoe is deployed into the water over the stern 1 - MOB Automatic Strobe Light, attaches to horseshoe preserver (New 2008) 1 - Lifesling (New 2008) 1 - Emergency Steering Tiller 1 - 5" Richie Compass in Wheel Pedestal and 1 - Auxiliary Compass mounted at chart table 2 - Compressed Air Fog Horns 2 - Fire Extinguishers 1 - Boat Hook 5 - Fenders, 3 newer and 2 older 1 - Fender Board, varnished Oak with S.S. half-round rub strips 1 - Custom S.S Boarding and Swim Ladder, Thru-Bolted to transom. Fast, 2-piece fold-down. 2 - Bilge Pumps, 1 built-in manual with cockpit access and 1 built-in electric 1 - Set of canvas lee-cloths, with snap hooks to hold crew in bunks when heeled over 2 - Cozy Cushions for upper life lines in cockpit for helmsman to lean against 2 - Danforth Anchors, with 6' length of chain and 1/2" Anchor Line 6 - Bunk cushions, plus chart table and settee end cushion - New foam rubber installed 1 - Set Ships' Striking Bell Wall Clock w/matching Barometer 1 - Emergency Ditch Bag including Handheld VHF, First Aid Kit, Signal Mirror, and Extensive Flare Kit Miscellaneous Dock Lines
3 - Main Sails
1 - Hood Dacron Cruising Mainsail with luff slugs to hold luff in mast slot 1 - Hood Dacron Racing Mainsail w/o slugs (luff bolt-rope threads into mast groove) 1 - Doyle LPT/Fiberlay Pentax/S-Glass Racing Main, New 2009, Excellent Condition
6 - Headsails
1 - Hood Dacron Light #1 Racing Genoa 1 - Doyle LPT/Fiberlay Kevlar/Carbon AP #1, New 2009, Excellent Condition 1 - Hood Dacron #2 Racing Genoa 1 - Hood Dacron #2 Cruising Genoa (Cut for Roller Furler) 1 - Hood Dacron #3 w/#4 Reefing Points Racing Jib 1 - Doyle LPT/Fiberlay Kevlar/Carbon #3, New 2012, Excellent Condition
5 - Spinnakers, All Nylon
3 - 3/4oz Light Spinnakers, North and Hood 1 - Hood 1.5oz Heavy Full Size 1 - Hood 1.5oz Flat/Smaller Reaching and Heavy Air 1 - Spinnaker Gun use to "stop" spinnakers with rubber bands
1 - Hood Spinnaker Staysail, Light Nylon 1 - Hood Genoa Staysail, Dacron 1 - Hood Jibtop Reacher 1 - Hood Blooper 1 - Hood Storm Jib, Heavy Dacron 1 - Doyle Storm Trysail, New 2009, Never used
2 - Main Sail Covers, Royal Blue, 1 cut for Crusing Main w/Lazyjacks and 1 cut for Racing Main, both new within four years from Doyle
No expense has been spared to keep Drumbeat in like-new condition and a competitive racing yacht. Over $30,000 has been spent on maintenance and upgrades since 2008 to include:
Doyle LPT/Fiberlay Pentax/S-Glass Racing Mainsail, New 2009 Doyle LPT/Fiberlay Kevlar/Carbon AP #1, New 2009, Doyle LPT/Fiberlay Kevlar/Carbon #3, New 2012 Doyle Royal Blue Racing Mainsail Cover, New 2009 Doyle Royal Blue Cruising Mainsail Cover, New 2011 Samson Warpspeed Main Sail Halyard, New 2008 Samson XLS Extra Foreguy, New 2009 Samson XLS Extra Traveler, New 2008 Harken Mainsheet Block and Tackle with New England Mainsheet, New 2008 Harken Standard Cam Cleats at cabin top winches, New 2010 Two 12V Deep Cycle Marine Batteries, New 2009 Shore Power wiring w/deck input fitting, four 110 volt outlets below deck, and double pole breakers in special 110V Electrical Cabinet, New 2010 Six Gallon Water Heater, New 2010 1000W Built-in Xantrex XM1000 1000W Inverter, New 2010 All Mast Wiring Replaced 2010 Sony FM Radio & CD Player, New 2008 Sony Weatherproof Bi-Axial Cockpit Speakers, New 2008 Polk Cabin Speakers, New 2008 Tacktick Race System Instrumentation, New 2010 Garmin GPS 545 Color Chartplotter, New 2010 Garmin NEXRAD Weather Datalink, New 2010 MOB Automatic Strobe Light, New 2008 Lifesling, New 2008 Stearns Hydraulic Backstay Cylinder Overhauled in 2008 Stearns Hydraulic Control Panel Overhauled in 2010 Cockpit Floor and Seats Strengthened, Re-Cored, and Re-Surfaced in 2010 Cockpit Floor and Seats Repainted in Awlgrip in 2010 Interior Surfaces Repainted with Mold and Mildew-Resistant Petit in 2010 Fuel injector pump rebuilt in 2012
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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