1999 Herreshoff Buzzards Bay 25
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- Located In:
- Brooklin, ME
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- Current Price:
- US$ 90,000
Extremely well built in 1999 by Damian McLaughlin, LUNA (ex. GOOSE) has benefitted greatly under her current ownership by thoughtful and continuing upgrades and yearly maintenance by the craftsman of Brooklin Boat Yard. Brand new (summer 2017) North Sails and the addition of a Facnor headsail-furling system is just the most recent example of the numerous improvements to LUNA since being purchased by her current owner. This is an excellent opportunity to acquire what many consider to be the finest example of the design work of NG Herreshoff in near-new boat condition.
Please contact John Maxwell at 207-359-2193
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Principle Dimensions and Information
Designer: Nathanial Greene Herreshoff
Builder: Damian McLaughlin
Year Built: 1999
Hull Construction Type: Cold-molded, Wood-epoxy
LOA: 32’, 6”
LWL: 25’, 6”
Beam: 8’, 9”
Draft Minimum: 3’, 6”
Draft Maximum: 6’, 6”
Displacement: 7,400 lbs.
Sail Area: 539 sq. ft.
Hull, Deck & Cockpit Construction
West System cold-molded, wood-epoxy hull construction.
Topsides and transom are (Awlgrip) painted Cloud White with Green anti-fouling paint below the waterline.
Marine plywood decks and cabin top overlaid with fiberglass cloth set in epoxy and (Awlgrip) painted Desert Sand (light tan) in color.
Varnished mahogany toerails, taffrail, cockpit coamings, cabin sides, cabin back, companionway hatch slide and companionway louvered doors.
Cockpit sole is teak left natural (bare)
Cockpit seating is teak left natural (bare) and is a custom construction by Brooklin Boat Yard.
Chocks, cleats, padeyes, mushroom ventilator and other deck hardware are of fabricated and cast bronze construction.
Luna has a basic (sitting headroom) interior with just about everything needed to be able to spend a comfortable night or two aboard.
Furthest forward is a chain locker with a large opening allowing for easy access to stored anchor rode(s).
Aft of the chain locker bulkhead is a roomy V-berth platform which when fitted out with the boats cushions provides ample sleeping accommodations for two.
Between the aft ends of the V-berth(s) is a locker where the portable marine toilet is stowed hidden from sight when not in use.
Aft of the V-berth are comfortable seats both port and starboard.
To port, aft of the seating and immediately forward of the companionway door is counter and shelf space with the lift-out stainless steel sink and the sound-insulated engine box located inboard just to port of the center board trunk.
To starboard, aft of the seating and immediately forward of the companionway door is counter and shelf space.
Removable swing-out varnished mahogany doors and sliding varnished companionway hatch allow for easy access to the interior spaces and plenty of light and ventilation when open.
Propulsion and Fuel
Single cylinder, 10 Hp Yanmar diesel engine in sound insulated engine box.
Yanmar ignition panel with tachometer and warning lights and sound alarm
Single lever transmission and throttle control
Stainless steel shaft with “Last drop” stuffing box
10 Gallon plastic fuel tank removable for off-boat fuel fill-up
12 Volt electrical system
Separate battery banks for ship’s systems and engine
Two (2) 12 volt marine batteries
Perko battery selector switch
Sea Dog six (6) circuit electrical panel
Circuits for: Interior lights, Compass light, Instruments, Navigation lights, Mast light & Spare circuit
Solar panel for battery charging
Electronics and Navigation
Ritchie helm compass
Standard Horizon CP300 GPS chartplotter
Raymarine depth sounder
Plumbing and Sanitation
Lift out stainless steel sink basin
Portable marine toilet
Spars, Rigging and Sail Control Equipment
Varnished Sitka Spruce mast, boom & jib club
Stainless steel wire standing rigging with bronze turnbuckle shroud tension adjusters
Stainless steel wire running backstays with multi-part Harken block(s) and line tensioning tackle
Harken track and car mainsheet traveler
Harken track and car self-tacking jib traveler
Harken blocks and cam cleat mainsheet system
Facnor roller-furling headsail system
Elk-hide covered boom strop with stainless steel eye rings.
Multi-purchase Schaeffer block & cam cleat boom preventer
Lewmar #16 single-speed bronze self-tailing winch (1ea) at port cockpit coaming for jib sheet
Lewmar #9 single-speed bronze winch (1ea) at port cabin top for jib outhaul and jib halyard
Lewmar #16 single-speed bronze self-tailing winch (1ea) at starboard cabin top for main halyard and reef lines
Single rope clutch on port cabin top for jib halyard
Triple rope clutch on starboard cabin top for main halyard and reef lines
Sails and Canvas
2017 North Sails Mainsail with two reef points
2017 North Sails Roller-Furling Jib
2000 Downs Sailmakers Mainsail (with battens)
2000Downs Sailmakers Jib
Cover for club jib (no longer in use)
Interior V-berth & reading chair cushions
Danforth anchor with (approximately 8ft) of coated chain.
Double-braided nylon anchor rode (approximately 100’)
Masthead Tricolor light
Air horn & spare air canister
Kiddie Type BC fire extinguishers (2ea)
Type II adult sized PFD’s (3ea)
Type II child sized PFD (1ea)
Hand-held manual bilge pump
Fixed Whale Gusher manual bilge pump
Rule 360 GPH electric / automatic bilge pump with Rule float switch
West Marine telescoping paddle
Ship’s ensign with varnished Mahogany flag staff
Aluminum boat hook
Wenoka dive knife
Miscellaneous manuals and ships papers
Mechanical spares and fluids
Fenders and dock lines
Funnel (for fuel fill)
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.