1984 Hudson Ketch
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- San Diego, CA
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 49,900
~~EXCEPTIONAL VESSEL WITH A PROVEN TRACK RECORD~~
The Hudson Seawolf is a solid, full-keel vessel.. Her hull, rig, sails and engine have seen little wear and tear. Aluminum spars and rigging were replaced 2004, and her Ford Lehman engine and Kohler generator have very low hours. The interior is roomy with lots of ambient light. Come view her soon! Truly an Exceptional Vessel with a proven track record.
~~MAJOR 10k PRICE REDUCTION, MUST SELL SOON~~
Please Contact the Owner’s Agent Lyle at (619) 602-0455 or Email email@example.com
~~CONTACT THE OWNER'S AGENT LYLE AT 619-602-0455~~
Please contact Lyle D at 619-602-0455
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 48 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 0 in
Minimum Draft: 6 ft 0 in
Displacement: 34000 lbs
Ballast: 1000 lbs
Total Power: 80 HP
Engine Brand: Ford Lehman
Year Built: 1983
Engine Model: 4-25
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 289
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 80 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (240 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (200 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (50 Gallons)
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 48 feet
LWL: 34.75 feet
Beam: 13 feet
Displacement: 32000 pound
Ballast: 10000 pound
Engine(s): Ford Lehman
Engine Model: 4-25
Cruising Speed: 7 knots
Fuel: 200 gallon
Water: 240 gallon
Holding: 50 gallon
As you enter from the center cockpit to below decks, the salon is to port and the along-side galley is to starboard. Forward is a step down to spacious living area with side settees and lots of shelf space. You go aft through a full stand-up walk-through to large aft master stateroom with aft-facing port lights, a king-sized bed and lots of closet and storage space. The head is on port with a separate shower stall. A large sail locker (or possible crew quarters) is forward with deck-only access. 6' Headroom.
- AC refrigeration and separate under-settee freezer (NO COLD MACHINE INSTALLED)
- 2-burner electric stovetop
- Microwave/convection oven
- Hot/cold pressure water
- 5-gallon high-output water heater
- Good counter space in along-side galley
- NORCOLD AC/DC Refrigeratror
Electronics and Navigation
- GPS and windex on masthead
- Compass on binnacle
- VHF radio with remote mic
- Masthead-mounted radar reflector
- 12VDC and 110VAC systems
- Deluxe 12/110V electrical master control panel and ship-to-shore transfer switch
- Separate engine and house batteries with 4-way vapor-proof switch
- Teak decks
- (2) Danforth anchors with 400' chain
- Maxwell 3500 electric up-down windlass, Remote Control Installed.
- S/S BBQ on stern railing (designated propane tank)
- (2) dorade vents
- Emergency tiller
- Bow pulpit
- Extra-tall S/S stanchions
- Dock lines and fenders
- Swim ladder
- Solid fiberglass hull
- Sandwich deck and cabintop
- Full keel
- LOA 48’
- LOD 43'7"
- Bridge clearance approx. 58’
- Last bottom paint 2010
Sails and Rigging
- Sail area 1000 sq ft
- Main with (2) reef points
- Approx. 80% roller furling headsail
- Sails are original but have seen very light use
- Rigging replaced 2004
- Aluminum masts replaced 2004
- Forespar boom vang
Engine and Mechanical
- Range 1000 nm
- Engine hours not metered but believed to be fewer than 290
- 8-kW Kohler generator
- Generator hours not metered but believed to be fewer than 136
- Air conditioning
- Halon fire extinguishing in engine room
- Manual head with approx. 50-gallon poly holding tank
- Life Jackets
- USCG safety equipment
- MOB system
Possible owner financing available to qualified clients.
This Hudson Seaworf is a solid, full-keel vessel. Her hull, rig, sails and engine have seen no wear and tear. Aluminum spars and rigging were replaced 2004, and her Ford Lehman engine and Kohler generator have very low hours. The interior is roomy with lots of ambient light. Truly Exceptional.
All seller’s personal effects are excluded from the sale of the vessel.
Live aboard from Nov 2010 to Feb 2015. Competed 82 days of sailing during my ownership. The about half of those sails were day sails in San Diego. Never went to Mexico. Took weekend trips to Catalina, Newport Beach, and Dana Point. Singlehanded to San Fransico Nov 12 and returned in Apr 13 with crew. The heaviest seas I have seen in the boat were 15’ with sustained winds at 40knts gusting to 50. The AutoPilot could handle 40 knts but got overwhelmed when the 50 knt gusts hit. We were sailing with the seas at out aft quarter fully reefed main only.
Apr 11. Replaced ignition switch. Pull all the way out to start, push in one notch to run (enables engine hour gage. Push all the way in and press grey button to kill the engine. Engine hour reading is only what I have put on it. It had no gage when I bought the boat.
May 11. Purchased a 6 HP Tohatsu Outboard and an Achilles Lsi-260 Inflatable Boat. ($2600.00) (Not registered)
Jun 11. Installed a Lazy Jack on the main.
Aug 11. Built custom coxswain seat out of Mahogany. Drilled and epoxy filled soft spots on deck aft starboard of pilot house and aft of the mizzen.
Mar 12. Installed Simrad AP24 autopilot and IS20 Wind System. Custom Marine Electronics in SD completed the hydraulic pump installation. ($4130.00) Replaced raw water pump in engine.
Apr 12. Completely disassembled engine cooling system. Removed broken zincs from the heat exchanger.
May 12. Repainted the forward cabin.
Jun 12. Installed the Dinghy Davit and Stainless Stern Rail (Benchmark). ($4,800.)
Aug 12. Installed Solar panels. House bank 4 X 208 amp hr. = 832 ah. 3 x Solar panels in good light 7 ah each per hour = 21 ah. If you average 6 hours of good sunlight it accumulates 126 ah per day. Average consumption is around 10-12 ah while underway. We spent 5 days without 110v power running the pilot about 10 hours a day and had plenty of 12v power. Purchased EPirB, lost the receipt.
Sep 12. Installed the Norcold 12v/110v refrigerator. Installed wireless remote for Maxwell Windlass.
Oct 12. Engine and GenSet serviced by Harbor Dock Marine. Replaced water pump on the Genset.
Nov 12. Rudder packing gland replaced by Keiser Marine in Newport Beach.
Jun 13. Hauled out. Replaced the depth sounder transducer. Replaced the bobstay chain plate.
Aug 13. Installed Zeus Touch 8 and wind indicator tranducer. Installed custom chart plotter alarm buzzer in state room. ($1200.00)
Sep 13. Sewed sunbrella bags for Jib line storage on the bow. Sewed replacement bag for life sling out of green sunbrella.
Jan 14. Installed large galley table with custom stained glass mosaic surface.
Jun 14. Installed B&G 3G radar. ($1100.00)
Jul 14. Installed bronze hawse cleats mid ship on port and starboard for spring line.
Aug 14. Repainted the head, installed tile on the sink and replaced the faucet. Completely flushed the sanitation system and removed calcium build up throughout.
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.