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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Oxford, MD
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 385,000
- Sale Pending
September is one of the most special Jarvis Newman's ever built. Many claim to be one of the best, but this boat truly delivers on the claim. She was built to the demanding specs of a former ocean racer, Past Commodore of the New York Yacht Club and member of the Americas Cup Selection Committee,designed by Lowell and Spalding, and finished in 1979 by the renowned Lyman Morse of Thomaston, Maine. September has a very desirable layout for a Newman 46, with galley down, and is one of the very few, perhaps only, Newman 46 built with an extended flybridge canopy to accommodate a dinghy tender. She was totally redone in 1999 by Wilbur Yachts, Southwest Harbor, has had extensive upgrades ever since, and has been meticulously maintained. Adding in her beautiful classic lines truly qualifies September for "special" status.
Please contact Jim Karr at 410-226-0100
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 46 ft 0 in
Beam: 15 ft 4 in
LWL: 44 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 6 in
Displacement: 39000 lbs Full Load
Total Power: 660 HP
Engine Brand: Caterpillar
Year Built: 1999
Engine Model: 3196E
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 4990
Drive Type: Stern drive
Engine Power: 660 HP
Cruising Speed: 15 knots @ 2100 RPM
Maximum Speed: 17 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 Stainless steel (200 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 2 Fiberglass (500 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 2 Plastic (40 Gallons)
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information
Sleeps a total of 5. Forward, aft of rope and chain lockers, is a hanging locker. The forward cabin is next aft with port and starboard 6'3" x30" berths. Drawers and lockers are beneath each berth, and a bureau with drawers is along the after bulkhead. There are teak trimmed shelves and a 15" TV. Aft to port is head with Corian vanity, sink, toilet, and good storage in cupboards and drawers. Door closes the roomy forward stateroom for privacy. A Bowmar cabin-top hatch and 2 opening ports provide good ventilation. The owner's stateroom is next aft to starboard and features a 6'3" x 4'4" double berth with tempurpedic mattress and a single 6'3" x 32" berth over a six-drawer bureau, drawer under double berth, and two hanging lockers provide excellent storage. Includes a 19" TV. Ensuite head has Corian vanity/sink, good storage, separate stall shower with Corian seat, solar vent, and opening port. Galley is opposite owner's stateroom and is open to salon. A Tundra T-80 12/110v refrigerator/freezer is against fwd bulkhead with microwave oven built in above. To port is double Corian sink,corian counters, and ample lockers for storage. Along the after partial bulkhead is a 3 burner Force 10 propane stove w/oven and broiler, drawers and cupboard. Large pantry with two sliding doors is on passageway wall. Large Oster digital toaster oven. Seagull water filtration system. Sole is teak and holly, bulkheads are white, and trim is varnished mahogany throughout cabin.
Up 4 steps to the 12' wide by 11'6" long spacious salon. Lower helm station is to starboard with full instrumentation and navigational equipment. Built-in double helm seat has four drawers for storage. Next aft to stb. is top-opening cabinet with U-Line 110V ice machine below, followed by an L-shaped settee with stuffed ultra leather upholstery (dark green) and lockers below. Large drop-leaf table is in front of settee for dining and has removable fiddles. Beige barrel chair in micro suede. Opposite the helm station is partial bulkhead with AC vents and electrical panel. Next aft to port is built-in end table and then a straight settee with drawers below. Along the aft port bulkhead is a solid fuel fireplace/heater with Dutch tiles behind. Sole is varnished teak and holly and salon is paneled in teak with teak trim. Handrails are overhead with rod holder to port. Headroom in salon is 6'8" and gives a strong feeling of space. Access to engine is throught two large hatches over the engine and for daily engine room checks, through a smaller hatch on stb. side. Additional access to generator and end of main engine is through a centerline hatch aft.
Access to covered cockpit through center door to 10'x11' covered cockpit. Large cabinets are against the after bulkhead on both sides of the door. The starboard cabinet houses separate Bosch washer and dryer units. Side decks have storage compartments and dummy cabinet that are air plenums for the engine room. Handsome varnished teak boarding steps on both sides of cockpit. Aft corners of the cockpit have large Sampson posts and a winch on center for line handling. Overhead is varnished teak and holly panels. Access to steering and lazarrette is through two large Freeman watertight oval hatches. Full-length teak swim platform with SS swim ladder. Side wash decks are 13' wide and handrails supply good handholds for going forward.
Access to fly bridge is up a teak ladder through a closing hatch. The upper helm station is forward to starboard and has full instrumentation. Opposite the helm station is straight settee for four or five people with storage below. Aft of the helm and forward settee is another settee for four or five with storage below. Both settees have cushions and slatted varnished teak backrests. The large seating area is one of the unique features of September. Lexar windshield along with large Sunbrella Stamoid bimini top with gortex stitching. Next aft is sturdy centerline mast with satellite, radar, spreader lights, etc. and boom with self-tailing Barient winches (with Winch Buddy power assist) for launching Avon rigid bottom inflatable with 15 hp Yamaha on varnished teak cradle.Center lined mast is hinged for low bridge 13' clearance. Normal clearance is 19'.
•Solid hand laid fiberglass hull with built in skeg, molded quarter guards and deck flange by Jarvis Newman, Southwest Harbor, Maine. Decks and house are glasss covered plywood and mahogany. Varnished teak toe rails, hand rails and trim. All non-hull finishing work done by Lyman-Morse, Thomaston, Maine.
•Awlgripped Jade Mist (dark green) hull, white boottop, green bottom, awlgripped white house and bridge, awlgripped creme non-skid decks.
•Teak swim platform.
400 gal. fresh water total, two 200 gal. SS tanks tied together.
Fuel 1000 gal. total in two outboard 500 gal fiberglass tanks tied together.
Holding tanks 2-20 gal tanks forward, 40 gal.tank aft.w.transfer system.
Engine and Mechanical:
•Single 3196 Electronic Caterpillar, 6 cylinder diesel, 660 hp, aircep recovery system, installed in 1999. Cruising speed - 9 knots @ 1250 RPM, consuming 4 gal/hr; 15 kts at 2100 RPM consuming 20 gals/hr., 17 kts at 2350 RPM max speed.
•After cooler core, as a preventive maintenance procedure, was replaced by Caterpillar in 2002 to their latest upgraded design, and is regularly cleaned and pressure tested.
•Caterpillar rates this engine's life before rebuild in gallons of fuel consumed rather than engine hours, and it is rated for 100,000 gallons of fuel. September has consumed 31,000 gallons of fuel and has 4990 engine hours.
•350 series ZF 2:1 reduction gear.
•Pre lube/oil change pump, engine and transmission (oil is pumped to top of engine for 70 sec. before starting).
•Drive saver, 2-1/2" SS shaft.
•30 x28 left hand five blade H&S Hy-torque bronze wheel.
•Wet starboard side stern exhaust.
•Single prop well protected by sturdy keel, skeg, and large rudder (hard to hook a pot).
•Wesmar, 13 hp, 24 volt bow thruster.
•Fireboy fire extinguishing system.
•Teleflex Hydraulic steering, with emergency tiller insertable through aft watertight hatch.
•Mechanical gauges as well as electronic scrolling gauges.
•Edson large SS steel wheels at both stations.
•Force 10 SS water heater, 110 volt and off engine.
•Bennett trim tabs.
•Twin Racor fuel filters.
•12 V DC/120V AC systems.
•Prosine 1800 Watt Inverter, which runs ice machine and other non-high power demand systems underway, without having to run generator.
•Separate 24V system with separate charger for bow thruster.
•50 amp shore power service with Glendinning Cablemaster CM-7, 60' cord and remote control.
•10 KW Northern Lights generator enclosed in sound shield, 1000 hours.
•Eight 6 volt batteries in two banks, one house and one engine start (2010). Two 8D batteries for 24 V bow thruster.
•ProTech 1240iPlus Advanced Fully Automatic, 4 stage Battery charger.
•ProNautic 2420P 24V charger for 8D bow thruster batteries.
•105 amp engine driven alternator.
•110V and 12V outlets throughout.
•Carbon Dioxide monitor/alarm.
•Ample engine room and Lazarette lights.
•New electrical grounding system in 1999.
•Furuno 1932, 48 mile Radar (1999).
•Garmin 5212 Touch screen GPS with depth, water temp and XM weather system (2010).
•Simrad EC 206 Fish finder.
•Simrad Robertson AP11 Autopilot (new Fluxgate compass in 2013)
•Icom IC-M504A VHF radio (2012)
•Garmin AIS Transmit/Receive (2012)
•6" Danforth Constellation compass.
•Datamarine Log - speed and distance.
•ITT Jabsco Remote control spotlight.
•Horizon Datamarine digital depth finder
•Dual air horn.
•Trim tab controls.
•Furuno FMD-811 Radar
•Garmin 5212 Touch screen GPS (same as lower station)
•Simrad Robertson AP11 Autopilot.
•Icom IC-M404 VHF radio.
•Ritchie 5" Compass.
•Datamarine CD-400 Digital depth finder.
•Trim tab controls.
Redo in 1999 by Lee Wibur, Wilbur Yachts, included:
•New 3196 E Caterpillar main engine, replacing old Cat 3406
•New Northern Lights 10 KW generator set.
•Removed fly bridge and built new with honeycomb composite panels.
•Replaced prop with 5 blade Hall & Stabert 30 x 28
•Replaced 2" shaft with 2-1/2 " shaft.
•Replaced fiberglass rudder with T-316 SS rudder.
•Replaced all salon windows w/new sliding American Marine windows with screens.
•Replaced all 3 AC units with Marine Air Systems reverse cycle AC/Heating units.
•Replaced all AC duct work.
•Stripped engine room bare, new gel coat, and replaced all acoustical materials.
•Replaced all thru hull seacocks with new.
•Replaced holding tanks with a 20 gal. forward and a 40 gal. aft. Forward tank can be sucked out separately, but is currently transferred to the aft tank through a pump transfer system where it can be sucked out or pumped overboard through a macerator pump.
•New battery charger.
•New batteries and battery box.
•New cushions and mattresses.
•Replaced all opening hatches with new Bomar hatches with screens.
•Replaced refrigerator with new refrigerator/freezer.
•New built-in Panasonic 1100W microwave oven.
•Replaced LPG system and added two horizontal aluminum tanks.
•All new canvas.
•Replaced interior carpeting with teak and holly sole throughout.
•Installed new Wesmar bow thrruster.
•Refinished inside and out.
•Replaced all 12 volt lighting fixtures with new, including lazzarette and engine room
•Totally rewired 12 volt and 110 volt systems.
•Replaced shore power system.
•Added new ground tackle: 75lb CQR with 425' of 1/2" chain, 66 lb Bruce with 300' of 5/8" nylon with chain.
Upgrades since 1999 include:
•Replaced windlass w/Lewmar H3 Horizontal, helm control plus remote control '2012
•Replaced Dyer Sailing Dinghy w/Avon 10.2 hard bottom inflatable w/15hp Yamaha.
•Replaced cockpit cabinets, and added separate Bosch washer and dryer units in starboard cabinet.
•Replaced all salon cushions with stuffed ultra leather.
•Installed new Glendinning Cablemaster CM7 shore power system with remote 60' power cord.
•Installed new teak cockpit boarding steps.
•Replaced Norcold refrigerator/freezer with Tundra T80 dual voltage R/F.
•Replaced Shipmate stove with Force 10 propane oven/stove.
•Installed all new Corian in galley and heads.
•Installed KVH TracVision M3ST with 3 televisions(Main salon and each stateroom)
•Upgraded Wesmar bow thruster power to 13 HP 24 volt system (2014)
•8" Dual prop Wesmar bow thruster with 13hp, 24 volt system (separate with own charger)
•Lewmar H3 Horizontal Windlass with control at lower helm plus remote control for operation from bridge and bow.
•75# CQR anchor with 425' of 5/16 chain rode.
•30kg (66#) Bruce anchor with 300' of 5/8 nylon rode.
•Teak swim platform with stainless swim ladder.
•Avon 10'2" rigid inflatable with 15hp Yamaha
•Forward and aft fresh water wash down.
•12V air horn.
•ITT Jabsco spotlight.
•KVH TracVision M3ST Satellite system with 3 TV's.
•Garmin controlled Sirius XM Audio with Alpine digital radio/CD and salon speakers.
•Chelsea clock and barometer.
•EPIRB and other appropriate safety equipment.
•Fire-Boy Auto fire system plus appropriate portable fire extinguishers.
•Two 12V bilge pumps.
•Large Edson hand pump with hose.
•Two 20 # aluminum propane tanks in vented bridge storage.
•Five 36"x15" fendes with covers, 2 fenders balls, leather fender hangers, 2 fender boards, and assorted smaller fenders.
•Abundant spare pumps and parts.
•Ample 3/4" primary dock lines, plus 5/8" lines.
Comments: September is a 46 Jarvis Newman-Lyman Morse "Downeast" flybridge cruiser with Hardtop and Flybridge, and is considered a true classic semi-displacement cruiser that offers an exceptional non-pounding ride, good fuel economy and a handsome honest look that is hard to find in today's production boats. Her recent work makes her show like a new vessel for less than a third of the cost of a new boat,due to the present owner's superb upkeep and equipment upgrades. September is very well equipped yet her systems are simple and easy to manage. Please review this extensive listing carefully and if interested, we would be pleased to show you this boat for your inspection. Thank you for your interest.
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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