MAINE LADY is an exceptional custom yacht with all the desired features of Ted Hood’s Little Harbor design. This yacht was built by one of America’s world class Maine shipyards, Lyman Morse, who is still building yachts today.
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Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
MAINE LADY is an exceptional custom yacht with all the desired features of Ted Hood’s Little Harbor design. This yacht was built by one of America’s world class Maine shipyards, Lyman Morse, who is still building yachts today. She was built for a knowledgeable owner who desired the option of using the east coast Inter-coastal Waterway. The rig height and shoal draft permit this choice, yet she retains the sailing qualities for which a Hood design is well known. MAINE LADY features Ted Hood’s signature and highly-desired center cockpit with walk-in access and exceptional spacious seating.
Three private staterooms, with two heads. The interior is in the Herreshoff style, beautifully finished with rich teak, airy and well lit by windows, deck hatches and port lights. Ash and teak ceilings through-out. A teak and holly cabin sole compliments the interior. Reverse cycle Marine Air provides air conditioning and heat.
From forward, a large V-berth stateroom with two hanging lockers, lots of drawers and under bunk storage. One very large hatch and two opening ports provide light and ventilation. An enclosed head with tub and shower can be accessed from this stateroom or the passageway.
Opposite the head to port, is a small cabin with a single berth, hanging locker, sink, hatch and opening port light.
The Main Salon is very large, with dinette to starboard with seating for six, lockers and shelves outboard. Aft of the dinette is a spacious U-shaped galley. Opposite the galley is a comprehensive sit-down navigation station with full desk.
Continuing aft, the passageway contains a large built-in freezer, microwave oven and set of three large drawers with storage above.
The Master Stateroom offers two single fore and aft berths, port and starboard, with an ensuite head with shower. Two hatches, four opening ports, cedar-lined hanging locker, bookshelves and various drawers and lockers.
All berths including the salon benches (can be used as sea berths) have lee cloths; there are hand rails and fiddles throughout.
There are storm shutters for all port lights and ½” Lexan storm windows for the main cabin windows. All hatches, port lights and the companionway have screens.
The cockpit is a traditional Hood design, spacious, offering easy access to the deck, and seating large enough to sleep upon. The cockpit table has drop-leaves that will dine six and an insulated well for drinks. Starboard side of the cockpit forward also features a nav table with chart storage.
A U-shaped galley is designed for offshore use, yet within easy reach of the salon dining or the cockpit. All counter tops have fiddles. A bar is located next to galley with ice-maker and bottle storage. Force 10 3-burner stainless steel propane stove with oven and broiler Stainless steel sink (oversized) Hot and cold pressure fresh water with back-up pedal pump Saltwater pedal pump Toaster oven, coffee maker, knife sharpener, cutlery, dishes Front and top loading refrigerator with Frigiboat refrigeration systems Large built-in freezer in the aft passageway with Frigiboat refrigeration system
Perkins 6-3544M 135 hp 3 blade feathering Max prop Borg Warner velvet drive transmission with thrust plate Hobco shaft brake FE-241 fixed fire system in engine room and generator spaces Engine alarms Bilge alarm system
Northern Lights 9 KW generator (installed new 2009) 12VDC/110VAC systems Victron Inverter/Charger (new 2010) Seven marine batteries with approx. 1300 amp hours Momentary switch to allow use of House bank for engine start 3-50 amp shore cords
Furuno 1831 24nm radar, w/two displays Furuno weatherfax with NAVTEX Raymarine GPS/Chartplotter Standard Horizon VHF ICOM SSB Autohelm 7000 autopilot (2 station controls: helm and nav station) Alpha 3000 autopilot Autohelm depth sounder Autohelm wind instruments Pioneer CD player – two speakers in main salon, two speakers in cockpit HEC DVD player
Anchoring: Ideal 110 VAC windlass 65# CQR with 250’ of 3/8” chain 50# Delta with 250’ of ¾ nylon and 30’ of chain 65# Hi tensile Danforth 35# Hi tensile Danforth 105# Luke folding Fisherman’s Two additional ¾” nylon rodes, about 250’ each Dual anchor chocks on bow Fresh and saltwater pressure outlets on the foredeck
General: Avon 6 person offshore canister Life Raft (inspected spring 2011) Lexan storm shutters for salon windows and companionway Dodger Bimini Reversible Bowmar hatches Hood stainless Dorades with s/s guards Swim ladder
Sails and Rigging
Hood Hydraulic Stoway main mast
Hood Hydraulic furling headstay
Hood manual furling mizzen mast
External Storm Trysail track on main mast
Lewmar Commander hydraulic control system, for main mast, headsail furling,
Primary sheet winches and secondary sheet winches.
Wire halyard reel winches for main and mizzen
North Main sail
Repairs and Updates
ENGINE AND PROPULSION SYSTEM:
12/06 All Perkins hoses replaced.
12/06 Replaced air exhaust hose running from the engine room aft to the deck
8/07 Complete transmission rebuild by Atlantis Marine.
8/07 New house Balmar regulator installed.
9/07 Prop sent to Seattle for reconditioning.
7/08 Rebuilt starter motor.
6/08 Replaced prop shaft and the coupling.
9/08 All injectors removed, serviced. New nozzles installed. Compression tests run
with excellent results.
9/08 New Balmar Alternator and Regulator installed for starter battery.
3/09 New fan installed in air exhaust system.
3/10 New fuel tank senders installed on 2 main fuel tanks.
3/11 Installed new engine instrument panel with new gauges for oil pressure,
transmission fluid, tachometer, water temperature, engine hours.
3/11 Rebuilt shaft break.
6/11 Installed remanufactured head on the Perkins engine.
GENERATOR: 3/09 Installed new 9kw Northern lights generator. 3/09 Installed new air exhaust system with fan. HOUSE SYSTEMS: 1/00 Removed Washer and Dryer and replaced with drawers for food and spare parts. 5/00 New Force 10 Stove. 04 New Saltwater pump for A/C system. Now each compressor has its own cooling pump. 10/05 Removed Grunnert Refrig. System and replaced with 3 Frigiboat compressors for the freezer and refrigerator. 07 New Automatic Bilge Pump installed. 07 New saltwater pressure intake pump for anchor wash etc. 09 New house fresh water pressure pump installed. 2/10 New toaster oven installed. 2/10 New forward head installed. 4/10 Removed water maker. Left the electrical and plumbing connections in place. 3/11 Installed new Edson whale manual bilge pump w/ new hoses. 3/11 Installed new after head with new hoses as needed. 3/11 New drain hoses installed in fwd and aft sinks.
LEWMAR HYDRAULIC COMMANDER SYSTEM:
01 Replaced 8/12 hydraulic lines.
03 Replaced remaining 4 hydraulic lines.
8/08 Installed two new hydraulic system pumps.
08 Replaced oil filter on oil reservoir.
2/10 New Control Board installed.
4/10 New contactor switch installed.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: 06 New Robo Tricolor light installed with new wiring in both masts. 08 Installed Echo Isolator for Commander controls battery. 3/09 New sensor on the fume detector. 2/10 New Victron Inverter Charger installed in place of the Trace. 3/10 Furuno weatherfax/Navtex sent to factory for overhaul. 8/10 ICOM SSB sent to factory for overhaul. 3/11 Replaced Bow Running light with Aqua SignalSS LED. 3/11 Installed electrical boots as required by 2010 Survey. 3/11 Replaced electrical panel on port side of cockpit. 3/11 Installed new panel of sensors on port side of cockpit. RUDDER AND STEERING SYSTEM: 3/09 Repaired rudder post. Problem due to electrolysis. Post was removed from the boat and the rudder was spliced with a plug. 2/10 Replaced rudder stops, eyebolts, wire rope and chain in the rudder system.
DECK 4/00 Added removable ½” thick Lexan Storm windows for the main cabin. 5/04 New Main sail. 12/06 Awl grip job on the hull. 1/07 Replaced all standing rigging. 1/07 Replaced all tangs. 1/07 Replaced two mizzen chain plates. 1/07 Replaced most running rigging. 08 Replaced the main boom vang. 2/10 New lifelines installed. 3/10 Teak cockpit seating was replaced. 4/11 Life Raft inspected and updated. ALPHA 3000 AUTO PILOT 9/11 Replaced drive unit and auxiliary control. Entire system was returned to the factory for overhaul.
An exceptional yacht, with all the desired features of a Ted Hood design, and built by one of America’s premier shipyards, Lyman Morse. Built for a knowledgeable owner who desired the option of using the Intercoastal Waterway, with reasonable draft, and a rig that permitted that choice, while still retaining the sailing qualities for which a Hood design is well known. The ease of the hydraulic system allows a couple or single-hander to easily sail Maine Lady. Fuel capacity allows an 1100 mile range under power. With her storm sails and safety gear, she is ready to cross an ocean. As one may easily see from reading the listing, this yacht has been well maintained without regard to cost by her present owner of 14 years, and offers a rare opportunity to acquire a superb yacht at a reasonable price.
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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