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RARE single cockpit/ 4 cabins
- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Located In:
- Jamestown, RI
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 199,000
"Ready to sell" price for this very rare SINGLE COCKPIT speedster.
The interior is in beautiful shape and has been very well maintained. The gelcoat is original and still shines like it is new.
This Baltic was built to last a lifetime and is still light enough to be very quick.
4 Cabin layout with big open salon and galley.
Air Conditioning and heater make this a fantastic 4-seasons boat to take anywhere!
Please contact Keith Yeoman at (401) 846-1090
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 47 ft 9 in
Beam: 14 ft 5 in
LWL: 39 ft 6 in
Minimum Draft: 8 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 8 ft 0 in
Displacement: 24691 lbs Dry Load
Ballast: 10141 lbs
Fresh Water Tanks: Stainless steel (106 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: Stainless steel (53 Gallons)
Number of cabins: 4
Number of heads: 2
Fiberglass and balsa sandwich construction, Kevlar/E-Glass hybrid fibers and CK57 aircraft balsa laminated with isophlatic polyester resin.
White gelcoat with one light blue cove stripe and three thinner blue lines that make up the boot stripe.
Teak flush deck with two cabin house windows on each side.
Teak toe rails.
LOFRANS LEOPARD Anchor windlass, 1500 Watt including Anchor CQR 27 kg and 60m galvanized chain.
Multiple deck hatches for great airflow including one over-sized hatch forward.
Clean and simple deck layout.
One Stainless steering wheel wrapped in elk hide.
SINGLE cockpit with ample storage port and starboard as well as under helm seat aft.
Dodger for main companionway.
Pulpit with opening with a teak seat.
Stainless steel swim ladder on transom.
All deck hardware FREDRIKSEN roller bearing.
Primaries (2) L - 66 A Rebuilt 2010
Secondaries (2) L - 58 AST Electrical
Main Halyard (1) L - 44 CST
Genoa Halyards (2) L - 48 CST
Spin Halyards (2) L - 48 AST
Control lines and main sheet. (2) L - 48 AST
Sleeps 8 in 4 separate sleeping cabins, plus 1 more in the main saloon. The furniture is all Burmese Teak finished in a satin varnish. The floors are Teak and Holly with the ability to lock down for ocean passages. The interior woodwork is in very good shape and shows very well.
Starting forward is a sail and storage locker that zips closed to separate it from the head.
The head has a vanity and sink port side with ample storage behind mirrors above sink and portable shower head. On the starboard side is more cabinet space behind mirror that is above toilet. There is a shower sump in the floor and doors that open in to each guest cabin Port and Starboard.
FORWARD PORT GUEST CABIN
The port side guest has single bunks top and bottom with the ability to adjust height of the top one with purchase system. Good size closets forward, outboard and the tankage/heating/plumbing below the bottom bunk.
FORWARD STARBOARD GUEST CABIN
Starboard side guest cabin is symmetrical to port with the only difference being the 12v stereo and speakers.
Next aft is the salon where the dining area lays on the port side with seating for 7 around a nice size table. There is storage behind the salon and under the centerline seat.
On the starboard side of the salon is the very spacious Navigation station with full wrap around desk (with storage underneath) and monitors and instruments above, allowing for easy viewing of all electronics.
Aft of the Nav station on the starboard side is a large galley with generous counter space and under-counter refrigerator and freezer. There is a 4-burner stove with microwave above it. There is storage above and behind the counters.
AFT STARBOARD GUEST CABIN
Aft of that is another guest cabin with bunks as well as storage under the bottom bunk and a large access to the engine room.
AFT PORT GUEST CABIN
Port side aft is a double bed cabin with ample storage space above.
Forward of the aft port cabin is door with access to the second head and shower. The head is also used as the day head with a second door that opens to the salon.
ENGINE AND HYDRAULICS
Engine YANMAR 4JH4 –TE diesel, 75 hp (2009) 3934 hours (as of September 2014)
MAX-Prop two blade feathering propeller with straight shaft
Stainlass fuel tank with a 53 gallon capacity
PLUMBING AND VENTILATION
Two fresh water tanks totaling 106 gallons of capacity
EBERSPACHER D7L cabin heater
SPECTRA Santa-Cruz watermaker 1.5 gallons/hr (2001)
Water heater capacity is approx. 8 gallons
(2) WHALE Gusher manual bilge pumps
Electric bilge pump with automatic float switch
WEMA tank level gauge
CRUISE AIR A/C in all cabins 2 @ 16000 BTU units each
BLAKE Baby toilet in each head (rebuilt 2011)
Holding tank for aft toilet
Sea-Water deck wash
220 V AC shore power with 75’/24 meter shore power cord 110 Volt outlets
Main engine starting battery 12 V/DC 120Ah (2008)
FISCHER PANDA 6 KW generator (2004)
Generator starting battery 12 V/DC 120Ah (2008)
Service batteries 24 V/DC (6) x AGM 200Ah/12V each for a total of 600Ah/24V (July-2010)
50 Amp alternator 12 V for starting batteries
70 Amp alternator 24 V for service batteries
MASTERVOLT DC/AC inverter 1.5 kW, 24/110 Volt (July-2010)
110 V/AC charger for service batteries
12 volt outlets: chart table, after and center cockpit, and galley
One electric fans
B&G Hydra 2000 sailing instruments
1 FFD repeater in nav station
1 FFD in master cabin
4 FFD in cockpit (2001)
3 20/20 Displays on mast (2005)
SIMRAD CP32 Differential GPS in nav. station
FURUNO 1724 NavNet with C-Map NT Max Radar/Plotter in nav. Station
FURUNO 1720 NavNet with C-Map NT Max color Radar/Plotter in cockpit (2006)
FURUNO AIS Radar & Plotter (2009)
AUTOHELM 7000 autopilot with linear drive type 2 L
VHF Shipmate RS 8200 with one receiver at Nav. Station and one in cockpit (2009)
SONY 14.1” LCD-display in nav station. Opens to face main salon in order to watch DVD movies (2001)
DELL Latitude computer with docking-station
ICS NAV/NAVTEX Plus receiver with printer (2001)
SUUNTO D-165 steering compass mounted on steering pedestal
PIONEER Stereo CD/Tuner with cockpits speakers
PIONEER Stereos CD/Tuner in fwd SB cabin and Aft Port cabin
QUANTUM Global Star Sat phone
Aluminum 3-spreader mast racing/cruising type. Painted white
NAVTEC discontinuous rod rigging
RECKMANN R3 roller furling headstay
Mast track for Antal Batten Car System ( new 2012)
New running backstays (new 2012)
Lazy jacks for main sail
Aluminum spinnaker pole
Navtec hydraulic system for backstay, boomvang, and outhaul
Mainsail Full batten Vectran (2006 DOYLE)
Genoa #1 150% Roller furling “Quicksilver” Vectran (2005 DOYLE)
Cutter staysail Spectra (2000 NORTH)
Cutter stormsail Spectra (1995 DOYLE)
Gennaker 1.5 oz With APC sock Nylon (1995 DOYLE)
Spinnaker .9 oz Full radial with APC sock Nylon (1995 DOYLE)
Elkhide on steering wheel
O.R.C. Safety Kit
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.