This boat just had two significant refits as she changed hands from owners in 2007 and again in 2012 both by her original builder, Wesmac. 2007/08 upgrades included fresh Awlgrip, all new electronics, new larger fuel tanks, adding a generator and reverse cycle air conditioning, battery capacity and much more. Her 2012 refit was done to optimize her for recreational and semi-commercial Tuna and Swordfishing and involved the original builder stretching her to 46', adding underwater lights and the other gear warranted to be an effective fishing yacht.
"A Certified Professional Yacht Broker and Past President of the Yacht Brokers Association of America, Bill holds an Unlimited Master Mariner's License and has over 40 years experience in marine fields. Bill has been a broker with ECYS since 1998.".
Please contact Bill Full, CPYB at 207-846-4545
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Steve Wessel
LOA: 46 ft 9 in
Beam: 14 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 11 in
Displacement: 38000 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 13 ft 0 in
Engine Brand: Caterpillar
Engine Model: 3406E
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine(s) Total Power: 800 HP
A beautifully finished interior done in the "Herreshoff Style" with varnished cherry accents on white semi-gloss panels with two staterooms, each with a double berth, head with stall shower and up galley. The sole below is varnished teak and holly while the salon is carpeted. In keeping with the original (and the second and current owner's) desire of not making the boat overly complicated, there is an abundance of natural light and ventilation (the better to avoid the need for air conditioning), with three large hatches and six opening ports. Up in the wheelhouse one is totally surrounded by light as large windows (six of them sliders with screens) are fitted in the house. Equally generous 12 volt lighting is fitted throughout with swivel style reading lamps at the berths and settees and several overhead dome style lamps elsewhere. Generous headroom with 6'6" in the wheelhouse and just slightly less below. Espar diesel cabin heat was added when she was two years old and keeps the boat warm in virtually any weather. The original cabin heat was provided by the Dickinson propane fireplace mounted in the salon.
Starting forward is the Forward Stateroom featuring a 48" X 7'4" berth which is tapered at the foot. Above the berth there is storage in underdeck lockers and below the berth there is storage in four cargo drawers and some bin type storage further forward. A dressing seat is on C/L and there is a hanging locker to port.
Aft and to starboard is the Midship Stateroom featuring a 44" by 7' double berth with four large cargo drawers below and bin type storage fore and aft. Aft is a bureau with four large drawers and forward is an equally generous hanging locker. The staterooms are very equivalent, so choose whichever one you want as the "Master".
Opposite to port is the Head featuring electric W.C. plumbed via a Y-valve to the holding tank, vanity with polished stainless steel sink and an abundance of storage with lockers outboard and in lockers and drawers under. Adjoining the head is the separate stall shower with separate sump. There is a seat outboard under which there is storage.
Up three steps (storage under two of them) to the Salon, Galley (see Galley below and Helm Station). A large 6'6" X 4'8" L-shaped settee with storage under provides plenty of seating while dining is from a varnished teak pedestal table. Opposite to port is the fore and aft running galley.
Forward and to starboard is the Helm Station with full vessel navigation systems and vessel controls as well as the yacht's electrical distribution panels. Outboard there is storage in lockers. As part of the 2012 refit, she was given a convenient side door for immediate access to the side decks and forward, adjacent to the helm. A Bennett Rivermaster pedestal seat provides comfort for the skipper while on longer runs. Opposite to port is a double Bennett seat mounted on joiner work which provides additional storage below. Forward there is space for using the chart kit.
Dickinson propane cabin heater
Espar diesel cabin heat
2 CO monitors
Jensen AM/FM/CD stereo
12V DC cabin fans in each space
Indirect lighting in Salon
Clock & Barometer set
The Galley runs along the port side of the wheelhouse area and provides an abundance of work space and storage for the Chef with a Corian counter top with a double basin stainless steel sink with manual fresh and pressurized H&C fresh water. Cooking is done off of a Force 10 3 burner propane stove with oven while a GE microwave provides convenient warming of food. A full sized Novacool dual voltage refrigerator and freezer provide plenty of space for chilled food storage.
Trident elect propane solenoid & alarm
2 20 lb propane tanks
Wired for both 12 volt DC and 120 Volt AC service. A new (in '08) 5KW Northern Lights genset provides any AC service required when off the dock, while the 4000 watt Mastervolt Inverter/Charger (new in '08) handles the lighter loads.
12 Volt DC
Switch panel with breakers
Volt & Amp meters
5 8D AGM batteries
2 engine start, 3 house
2 8D AGM Inverter batteries
Group 31 generator start batt
20 amp generator alternator
Powerline 220 amp alternator '08
Ample Power 3 stage voltage reg. '08
Ample Power battery monitor '08
5 12 volt outlets
120 Volt AC
Switch panel with breakers
Volt & Amp meters
Raritan 20 gal waterheater '08
Mastervolt 80 amp battery charger '08
Mastervolt 4000 watt inverter '08
30 amp shore power connection aft
50' 30 amp shore power cord
All electronics are on the helm deck and most are new as part of the '07/08 re-fit. The Wesmac's navigational equipment is set up so that the "co-pilot" has an easily viewable chart plotter as well as a depth readout.
2 Raymarine E-120 displays '08
1 Raymarine E-80 display '08
Raymarine GPS sensor '08
Raymarine 4kw radome '08
Garmin 176 GPS
Raymarine ST60 Depth '08
Simrad AP20 Autopilot
Icom M-802 VHF
Icom M-304 VHF
Icom M-422 VHF/Hailer '08
ACR 406 mhz EPIRB
ZF Electric engine controls
Carlisle & Finch manual spot light '08
Guest Search light
Racor fuel/water alarm
Racor vacuum gauges for engine and genset
3 Windshield wipers with wash
Caterpillar electronic display
Slow vessel mode
Kahlenburg air horn with fog signal timer
Bennett trim tabs '08
The Caterpillar 3406 E has been thoroughly gone over and runs beautifully turning a 5 blade Nibral wheel on a 2 1/2" Aquamet shaft through a ZF 2:1 reduction gear. As of 11/30/13 shows 1462 hours. Much of the use has been cruising further afield so most of the hours have been ideal for it - long term running at reasonable engine load. As part of the 2008 and again in 2012 overhaul of the running gear, the gear (transmission) is being replaced and optimized, and the new drive and the propeller is being re-pitched to further optimize the performance.
ZF electronic engine controls
Caterpillar electronic display
Analog engine display
Dual racor fuel filters main engine
Dual racor fuel filters for genset
Fireboy FE241 engine room fire suppression '08
New fuel tanks 2008
Engine room lights
4 electric bilge pumps
Racor vacuum gauges
Racor fuel/water alarm
Sealand vacuflush system
Tankwatch 4 holding tank monitor
Hydraulic PTO 2012
Hull & Deck
The hull and deck of this impressive downeast boat was done by Wesmac of Surry, Maine but the original owner had her finished out by Johanson Boatworks.
Partially cored fiberglass hull built with vinylester resin throughout all hull laminates with kevlar in the exterior laminate for superior strength and weight reduction. The hull is cored with 1" thick end grain balsa from outboard of the engine stringers up. Below the water through hulls are either in the solid fiberglass on centerline or in solid fiberglass windows. The finish is Awlgrip White done in 2012 and the bottom is finished in a medium blue hard epoxy antifouling. The bottom was hard sanded in '07/08 removing all build up and is very fair.
There are partially cored fiberglass decks with end grain balsa. The finish is two tone light grey on white with all water ways, grab rails, etc. set in the contrasting smooth white gel coat. Varnished teak accents include grab rails, the brow on the house and cockpit coamings. The toe rail is PVC and has been awlgripped as part of the '08 refinishing. All deck areas were gone over at that time and touched up as warranted. The cockpit area was refinished with Awlgrip '12. As part of this refit, the hull was extended (potential buyers should understand that the Wesmac 42 and 46 are built from the same design so in lengthening the vessel she was simply made identical to other Wesmac 46s.
Full width cockpit with "walk thru" transom and storage under the port and starboard side decks. There is significant amount of lazarette storage below and a line rack has been fitted at the forward end of the cockpit. The cockpit was refit to accommodate the owners' desire to do serious recreational fishing, bait well and two insulated fish boxes were added below the cockpit sole and a tuna door was installed in the new transom.
Two steps up to the side decks which are of comfortable width and fitted with convenient teak grab rails on the house side and the house top. A very easy vessel to get around.
All of the '07/'08 refit work was done by Wesmac, her original builder, with the exception of the Awlgrip job on the hull which was done by Johanson Boatworks.
Fortress Anchor with chain & rode
Salt water was down fore & aft '08 (separate pump for each)
Fresh water wash down aft '08
Stainless steel bow rail
Cockpit flood lights '08
Hydraulic pot hauler and davit/ 2012
Custom mast on house top for cockpit and side flood lights 2012
Underwater lights 2012
4' hull extension 2012
Bait station, bait well, 2 insulated fish boxes 2012
2 5lb ABC dry chem fire ext.
2 2.5 lb ABC dry chem fire ext.
The orginal owners of HAZEL BROWNE (Ex K2, Ex KATHLEEN II) planned general use which was short cruises and day trips in Maine, but they also wanted a vessel fully capable of longer voyaging when they chose to do so. (They did do a circumnavigation of Newfoundland with her.) While they wanted comfortable ammenities, they also wanted to keep her reasonably simple. They struck a very good balance.
Her second owner planned to use her for more of the latter and made extensive overhauls and refits of every system on the boat to make her trouble free and make her a better, longer voyaging boat though she is still equally at home for shorter cruises. Her '07/'08 refit covered every system along with the specific work noted. The intent was to insure that the Octogenarian owner had trouble free cruising especially as there were some plans for longer offshore runs and cruising in remote areas.
Her current owner desired comfortable ammenities that one would find on a yacht but wanted a purposeful recreational/commercial Tuna and Swordfishing boat as well. Given her 2008 updates the then K2 pretty closely fit the bill save the need for fishing gear and deck space. After her purchase, she was returned to Wesmac for a thorough going over, extend the hull and the addition of all the necessary fixtures and gear to fulfill the owner's objectives. She has performed extremely well for all three owners and is only on the market as her current owner has different pursuits in mind.
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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