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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Biloxi, MS
- Hull Material:
- Last Listed Price:
- US$ 12,900
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A classic Edey and Duff northeast build this Stone Horse cutter was among the last ones built. A classic full keel design with inboard Westerbeke engine she includes a small cuddy cabin and is a wonderful weekend boat for those who are purest in the sailing world.
This classic went through refurbishing about 4 years ago and is a beautiful classic. Current owner has added Raymarine wireless wind indicator.
This is hull 148 of the 1930's Classic design by S.S. Crocker, extremely sea-worthy traditional coastal cruiser. Emphasis has been on keeping this vessel as an original classic.
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Call Rick Johnson at 251-377-3676 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment to view.
Please contact Richard Johnson at 251-476-1444
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 23 ft 4 in
Beam: 7 ft 1 in
LWL: 18 ft 4 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 7 in
Displacement: 4490 lbs
Total Power: 12 HP
Engine Brand: Westerbeke
Year Built: 1988
Engine Model: W12B TWO
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 12 HP
V-berth forward with nine stowage bins underneath. Newly-upholstered bunk cushions. Portable toilet located aft of vee berth below removable "throne" seat. Galley is port and starboard with two-burner Origo alcohol stove, removable sink insert over pantry box, large ice bunker with "dry shelf", cast-iron wood stove w/ custom tools. 11 gal. potable water tank - filtered. "Mary Brown step", fold-up and out for
a seat to work at the sink. "Sumptuous" seat to starboard. Two large stowage flats aft. Two gimbaled, brass oil lamps. Custom name-embroidered carpets. The bright, pine-and-teak "Herreshoff interior" has been recently repainted.
Electrical and Electronics
25W, DSC VHF radio, depth sounder, solar panel. Two batteries, four-way switch, automatic and manual bilge pumps. Raymarine Wind Indicator (Wireless)
Ground Tackle: 16.5lb Bruce bower & 150’ x 1/2", eight-plait nylon rode, plus 14lb Danforth spare &
144’ x 1/2", three-strand nylon rode -- both with proper chain bending shots and appurtenances
Solar battery sustainer
Clock & barometer
Folding teak companionway bug screen
Westerbeke engine spares
Two fire extinguishers
Loos PT-2 rigging tension gauge
Mast Mate mast climber with safety/work belt
Handheld GPS integrated w/ fixed DSC VHF
Two safety harnesses and tethers
Air horn, mouth horn
First aid kit
New, never-used, two-person inflatable dinghy
Manuals for all equipment
Collapsible, emergency boarding ladder
RACOR water separation filters, fuel additives
New, never used, inport cockpit awning
Six 1/2" nylon, UV black dock lines
Two each: commercial Type I, recreational Type III, throwable Type IV, and inflatable Type V PFD's
Nicro solar galley exhaust ventilator
Compact galley cooking and serving gear
Sails and Sail Equipment
Bermudian cutter-rigged w/ main, self-tending staysail and roller-reefing flying jib. Two suits of sail for moderate or heavy weather. Varnished Douglas fir mast & booms, oak bowsprit & boomkin (recently refinished). Stainless steel standing rigging and forged bronze turnbuckles. Three-strand dacron running rigging, all leading to the cockpit. Rig is 28' overall, bowsprit-to-boomkin.
10 hp Westerbeke diesel twin w/ cockpit engine instrument panel and single-lever Morse controller. Engine completely bench-overhauled in 2004. Three-blade Campbell "Sailer" propeller. Three-gallon diesel tank in starboard cockpit fuel locker; two spare gallons in port cockpit flammables locker.
Hull and Deck
Hull and deck are Airex foam-cored fiberglass. Dark green AwlGrip-ed hull, white topside and boot stripe, and red anti-foul bottom. Beige non-skid foredeck. Full-length keel and transom hung rudder. All exterior trim, hatches, cockpit coamings, cockpit benches and footwell grate are teak. Four safety harness hard-points.
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.