The Krogen 39 is the perfect couple's boat, both in form and function. She is blue water capable, will easily navigate the Great Loop and her shallow draft will take you to some great spots in the Bahamas. FREELANCE has been enjoyed by experienced cruisers for the past 12 years. She has been impeccably maintained and carefully appointed by her knowledgeable crew. She has just returned from a trip to the Keys, where will she take you?
Engine: American Diesel 6N140, naturally aspirated, 139 hp @ 2,500 rpm (personally commissioned by Bob Smith)
Cruising Speed: 7.5 knots @ 1700 rpm
Range @ 7kts 2,620
Fuel: 700 Water: 300 Holding: 35
Hull and superstructure molds from high-grade female tooling.
Hull construction includes use of USA-made, Cook gel coat.
Hand-laid Knytex fiberglass construction with closed-cell PVC sandwich core used in topsides. Solid fiberglass below waterline with blister-resistant vinylester resin utilized on first two laminates below the waterline with Arimid fiber reinforcements.
Superstructure includes end-grain balsa core and Knytex surface mats for print-through reduction.
Teak aft and side decks. Boat and fore decks have GripTex non-skid finish. Bulwark has molded plank lines with gelcoat finish.
Polyurethane formulate marine sealants used at hull-to-deck, boat deck joints and
Marine-grade plywood bulkheads with molded fiberglass hat section stringers.
Teak veneer walls and cabinetry with satin varnish.
The saloon is entered from the covered aft deck through a single door, and is bright and airy. There are large opening (screened) windows port and starboard and an opening window on the aft bulkhead. All windows have custom teak blinds.
To starboard is an L-shaped settee with a teak table. There is an additional settee to Port. The settees have upgraded custom upholstery. Forward of the settee is a desk and bookshelf.
The U-shaped galley is located to starboard, forward of the saloon. The Corian® countertops offer plenty of space for preparing a gourmet meal and there is plenty of storage space. The primary components include:
The master stateroom features a queen-sized island berth, abundant storage and hanging locker space, mirrored dresser, 4 opening, screened ports and a large opening hatch. There is great light and ventilation and plenty of head room.
The head is to starboard, aft of the master stateroom. It has a separate stall shower with teak grate, Sealand VacuFlush® fresh water head (new duck-bill valves in 2013), opening, screened port and a Corian® topped vanity.
The pilothouse is located up and forward of the saloon/galley. There are doors port and starboard that lead to the full walk-around deck. The settee, with upgraded custom upholstery, offers excellent visibility and converts to a double berth. The helm is well thought-out. There is ample room for chart work as well as a USB connection for your laptop. There is an opening port that also serves as a pass-through to the flybridge. In addition there are two overhead hatches for ventilation underway or at anchor.
Robertson Auto Pilot - AP22, Pilothouse/AP 20 Flybridge (new control head 2013)
Raytheon 4KW Radar
Raytheon and Garmin Plotters and two Depth Sounders (Raytheon ST60 Digital Depth Display new in 2012)
Raymarine e95 chartplotter/GPS multi function display with the capability to be controlled remotely via wifi from an iPad or IPhone. (new in 2014)
Icom SSB/Ham radio with auto tuner and 2 Dyna plates (new Ham radio battery in 2012)
Follow Me and Shakespeare TV antenna
A/B switch for TV reception - cable/over air HD
Stereo/CD player with iPod cable, additional speakers on the flybridge
ACR RCL 100 spotlight
Icom M127 hailer with horn
Icom 422 on the flybridge, hooked up to DSC/GPS
8 KW Northern Lights generator. Hours: 2224
Balmar 110 amp alternator with ARS 5 regulator (2011)
2500 watt Heart Interface inverter/charger
Link 2000 battery charger
4 new house 8-D Deka AGM 's 250 AH each total House Bank 1000 AH (2014)
1 new engine start 8-D Deka AGM 250 AH (2014)
Newmar Phase III battery charger backs up the inverter for the house battery bank and charges dedicated battery for Single Side Band radio
One of the outstanding features of the Krogen 39 is the walk-in/stand-up engine room. Entered from the landing at the base of the steps from the pilothouse the engine room allows for convenient access to all the ships systems, a work bench and plenty of room for auxiliary equipment.
American Diesel, 139HP @ 2,500 rpm, naturally aspirated, with Twin Disc 2.44:1 gear (new heat exchanger and transmission cooler in 2012)
Racor fuel filters for engine and generator
Naiad hydraulic stabilizers
12V florescent lighting throughout engine room
Raw water strainers on all seacocks
High water bilgealarm
24 Volt 10HP bow thruster with dedicated gel cell batteries and Pro Mariner charger
Fuel Transfer Pump
Oil change system for engine and generator
CruiseAir 32,000 BTU reverse cycle air conditioning, two zones
Ideal electric windlass, three-station
Delta 44 and Fortress anchors
325' 5/16 ACCO G4 chain (200' new in 2014)
AFI air horn and compressor (2013)
Fresh water pump and accumulator tank (2013)
12 gallon Raritan water heater with heat exchanger (2014)
Sea water washdown
Fireboy Halon fire suppression system
AB RIB 9' 6" dinghy
Suzuki 9.9 four stroke motor (2012)
Power winch on mast for lifting dinghy
Switlik offshore life raft
Armstrong dive ladder off of swim platform
Plumbed for rain water collection
Textilene screens for pilothouse and saloon windows, additional canvas covers for pilothouse windows
Canvas for flybridge, bimini, seat cushions, console cover and flybridge cover
Roll-up screens for all doors
4" Memory Foam topper for master stateroom berth
Push/pull solar powered fan system in master stateroom and pilothouse hatches for continuous air movement
Full set of construction drawings
Bottom recently painted with 2 coats of Micron Extra (11/2012)
Brightwork recently varnished and bow rail stanchions rebed (2013)
Owner's personal belongings and art work.
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.