1982 Stevens 47 Queen Long Custom
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Located In:
- Annapolis, MD
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 165,000
In the early 1980s, Stevens Yachts built 56 Stevens Custom 47s at Queen Long Shipyard in Taiwan before selling the molds to the yard, which continued to build it as the Hylas 47 and even through today as the Hylas 49.
The Sparkman & Stephens-designed Stevens 47 has a powerful cutter rig, low-deadrise hull, and elongated fin keel put it among the faster cruisers of its era. The hull's sharp entry eliminates pounding in all but the heaviest weather, and its easy motion in a seaway is attributable in part to the fact that the weights of such major components as the engine, which is well forward under the cockpit, are centered well away from the ends.The tall cutter rig provides both great light-air performance and flexibility for heavy weather. She is a true blue water cruising vessel and many Stevens 47s have circumnavigated. John Kretchmer wrote of the Stevens 47 that she is a "proven offshore thoroughbred" and "an ideal world-voyaging boat"
Hurrah's 3 cabin layout makes her the perfect fit for the cruising couple or family. Lots of room, well thought out storage and tankage will provide security and comfort for extended cruising.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Sparkman & Stephens
LOA: 46 ft 10 in
Beam: 14 ft 3 in
LWL: 37 ft 9 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 0 in
Displacement: 32000 lbs
Ballast: 14500 lbs
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (105 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 2 (98 Gallons)
Solid teak interior, teak veneer, and teak and holly sole. Roomy headroom Walk- through port and starboard of companionway. Port walk through has the linear galley, starboard side walk through holds the full size nav station and onto the master stateroom and aft head compartment.
Four to six can dine comfortably at the saloon's table and curved settee, straight settee to starboard. Above the starboard settee is a pilot berth, currently used for additional cruising storage.
Forward of the salon, the layout has a stateroom with over/under bunks to port, workroom and forward stateroom with large V Berth.
Six Lewmar Ocean Series hatches (New 2013), 14 opening portlights including two Bowmar stainless portlights opening into the cockpit (New 2013). 5 closeable dorade vents for light and ventilation. Alpen Glow LED red/white lighting throughout. Air conditioning and heating plus 12v Caframo fans throughout the boat for year round comfort as a liveaboard.
Primary water tanks occupy the space under the port saloon settee, but ample storage is provided outboard of the seat backs and under the pilot berth. Each stateroom has a hanging locker, and enough space is available that some can be used for adding equipment. The keel stepped mast is at the forward part of the salon and does not intrude into the space
Aft Cabin- Access is from both the port and starboard walk-through allowing free flowing airflow when anchored in the trade winds. This spacious aft cabin with split berth includes two large hanging lockers, a large cabinet separating the berths, a drawer and shelving along each berth. With the leecloths, these berths are the ideal accommodations for ocean passages.There is a large opening hatch overhead and two opening portlights providing ventilation and natural light.
Aft Head Compartment- walk through head compartment.The floor is grated with a sump under to be used as a stand-up shower space.The sink is oval and stainless with a white laminate counter. Above is a vanity mirror that lifts for deep storage behind. Ample shelving is on either side of the mirror. Under the sink is a sliding cabinet door with deep storage behind that includes a 28 gallon holding tank. All head cabinet doors are custom made sliding doors with white laminate and custom teak-framing trim.
Main Salon. Five steps lead down to the main salon. The teak dinette table is offset a little to port with an L-shape settee. To starboard is a straight settee. Behind the settee seat backs is deep storage, deep lockers/shelves. Pilot berth (currently as storage) can be easily converted back to a crew berth. Under the teak and holly floor can be found one of the two stainless steel fuel tanks and a large deep bilge. New hard laminate headliner replacing vinyl 2013.
Engine room is located on centerline under the cockpit just aft of the salon area. Large removable panels on the port and starboard sides, forward section is hinged for access. On top of the engine space is a counter along with a large and deep double stainless sink.
Forward Cabin is a V-berth style cabin. 6’5” long and comfortably sleeps two, with an LED reading light. There is a large storage space under the berth. Port and starboard shelves. Large opening hatch for light and ventilation (New 2013). Aft of the bunk and to starboard is hanging locker and small bench seat. On the port side is a set of two drawers and a small cabinet.
Mid cabin bunks. The over and under bunks run to 6’7” long and make for two comfortable single berths. The cabin has two storage lockers locker with shelf on top of the aft locker along with vanity mirror. The secondary water tank is located under the lower berth. An opening port light and smaller overhead hatch provide natural illumination and ventilation. The mid cabin has custom laminate headliner in place of the original vinyl ceiling.
Forward head compartment has been converted to a workshop but can easily be changed back to a head if so desired. Significant portions of vinyl headliner have been replaced with laminate.
- Linear galley to port providing long counter top space with plenty of support for cooking while underway
- Force 10 3-burner propane stove (New in 2017)
- Frigoboat with keel cooled fridge and freezer - 2013
- Additional insulation added to fridge and freezer - 2013
- Deep dry good storage space outboard
- Large cabinet and silverware drawer
- Built in plate and bowl storage plus set of four drawers
- Large cabinet with plenty of space for storing pots and pans.
- Microwave oven above stove
- Large double sink at centerline with manual and pressure water taps as well as a sea water foot pump for conserving fresh water at sea.
Engine and Mechanical
- Ford Lehman 91 hp with max prop.Estimated hours 4000
- Prop and shaft coated with PropSpeed (2016)
- Phasor diesel generator 3.5kw (700 hours)
- Village Marine watermaker (last used 2014)
- Kyocera solar panels (2) 140w with Outback MPPT controller (Maximum Power Point Tracking) new in 2013
- High capacity bilge pumps (2)
- Simrad Autopilot - new electronics 2015 with hydraulic ram
- Robertson autopilot as a fully independent backup.
- Two diesel fuel tanks - capacity 98 gallons- with the ability to transfer fuel between tanks while polishing
Electronics and Navigation
- Raymarine - new in 2015
- Milltech Marine AIS Receiver
- Furuno GP33 GPS - (2013)
- Icom 506 VHF with integrated AIS Receiver (2015)
- 2 SSB Radios and 1 Pactor modem - 1 SSB set up for Ham radio
- Fusion stereo set-up for satellite radio and/or Ipod
- Blue Seas AC and DC electrical panels (New 2013)
- Dual 30A 120v service
- Smart Plug shore power cords and inlets (New 2015)
- Galvanic Isolator
- Link 10 Battery Monitor
- AC Inverter with remote panel
- 660ah 12v house battery bank, dual 12v engine start batteries and 12v anchor windlass battery
- Inlet pre-wired for cable/wifi
Deck and Safety
- Dodger and Bimini for full cockpit enclosure with option insect screen panels
- Dinghy Davits
- Lewmar Ocean Series Deck hatches - New in 2013
- Bomar portlights to cockpit new in 2013
- All below the waterline thru hulls upgraded to Forespar Marelon thru hulls (proprietary polymer) 2013
- 11' Caribe RIB 2007 with 15hp Yamaha 2 stroke outboard and custom dinghy chaps
- Fortress Stern Anchor
- 75lb CQR Anchor
- Upgraded heavy duty custom dual bow roller (2013)
Sails and Rigging
- Barient ST28 secondary (2)
- Primary 36
- Main sheet - 27
- Mast halyard - (2)-25 and (2) - 27
- Separate furling headfoil for stay sail
- NavTech Backstay tensioner
- Separate trysail track on mast
- Main sail, genoa, spinnaker - serviceable condition
- Stack Pack for main - new 2015
- Trysail and storm jib
- Staysail - new 2015
- Main, Genoa, Staysail halyards replaced in 2013 with Vectran-cored Yale Crystalline for lower weight, less stretch and easier handling
- Genoa sheets new in 2013
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.