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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- ME, United States
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 240,000
Skylark is a single owner boat. She is one of four Black Horse 32s built and is in impeccable condition. If you want to know just how well this owner has cared for Skylark, just look in any bilge. They are spotless. Every year she has been wintered in a heated shed in Boothbay at the Hodgdon Yard. Awlgrip on the hull last year, 2015.
Please contact me for further information of to schedule a showing.
Mobile: (207) 701-1235
Please contact Scott Layton at 207-354-6904 ext. 143
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Black Horse Yachts
Designer: Geoff Dickes
Flag of Registry: United States
LOA: 33 ft 0 in
Beam: 11 ft 1 in
LWL: 30 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 8 in
Displacement: 17000 lbs Full Load
Headroom: 6 ft 2 in
Total Power: 440 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 2003
Engine Model: 6LYSTE
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 889
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 440 HP
Cruising Speed: 22 knots @ 3500 RPM
Maximum Speed: 24 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 Plastic (70 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 2 Aluminum (100 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 Plastic (25 Gallons)
Number of double berths: 1
Number of cabins: 1
Number of heads: 1
Electrical Circuit: 12V
Hull and Deck
Skylark's hull was made by Morse Yachts in Thomaston, Maine. She was vacuumed bagged using vinylester on a foam cored fiberglass layup. She is hard chined with a full length keel and integral skeg. She also has a lifting strake that continues all the way forward to reduce spray. The topsides were sprayed with Claret Awlgrip last winter and she has a with boot stripe. There is an upper and lower rub rail both with polished stainless steel. The lower wraps around the painted swim platform. Swim platform is non-skid with folding cleats in the aft corners. The transom is high gloss teak with painted name and hail.
Skylark's deck is painted white with grey non-skid on fiberglass. The toerail is high gloss varnished teak capped with polished stainless steel half round. She has a bow rail made of 3/4" polished stainless steel tubing. The varnished teak bowsprit with centered anchor roller holding a 35 lb. CQR anchor with 300' of 5/16" stainless steel chain.
The aft deck is opened and clean. There is storage in the lazarette and first step. The second step stores the propane bottle.
The cabinhouse has three opening portlights per side and with three hood hatches on top and two teak varnished dorade boxes with SS cowels. Each side has a varnished handrail. The windshield is beautiful sloped varnished teak with three large high temper laminated glass panes all with a wiper. There is a small rectangular opening window centered down low.
The pilot house has a collapeable canvas bimini with a storage boot and large center opening. In the pilot house everything is painted like the deck and trimmed with high gloss varnished teak. There is and "L" shape settee to port and two Pompenette chairs for the helm and navigation stations. Two large hatches in the sole open into the engine room.
Below deck is a very efficient and pleasing use of space. The galley is to port as you come down the companionway and head is to starboard. Forward of the head is a hanging locker before you get to the "V" berth. The insert for the "V" berth is actually a mahogany table the telescopes up. Under the berth mattresses the multiple latched storage compartments for ample storage of gear, provisions and spare parts. There are reading lights port and starboard and dome light centered overhead.
The sole is satin varnished teak and holly. Varnished dark mahogany cieling strips accenuate the large berth and curve of the hull. The rest of the furniture is white Formica with satin varnished mahogany trim. The overheads are soft insulated covering with mahogany trim.
The first thing that stands out as you head below is the Corian Cobalt countertop of the galley. It adds color and function to this customized space. The deep stainless steel sink is center with a two burner Princess propane stove aft of that. The stove has both a custom wooden cutting board and a Corian cover. There is another Corian pull out just outboard of the stove for the trash. Outboard the whole length of the galley is storage behind tinted Lexan sliders. The Sub-Zero refrigerator is forward of the sink built in with the vertical mahogany face door.
Expanding on the Corian Cobalt counter tops in the galley, the head has the same bright blue counter highlighting the custom ceramic sink painterd with a beautiful Maine light house. The faucet is on a long cord to double as a shower and the head continues with the Formica wall paneling and varnished mahogany trim. Behind the sink is storage behind the same tinted Lexan as the galley. The Vaccuflush head is mounted on a highgloss painted plinth. Because the head is just beneath the nav. station there is a latched hatch to excess all the electronics easily for maintainence or upgrades.
Nav. Station and Electronics
Skylark's nav. station was clearly thought out by someone who has been running boats a long time. Everything is easily sighted and with both a foot rest and step, whether you are seated in the adjustable Pompenette helm chair or standing the orientation of all your equipment is natural. Sticking with the classic aesthetics of the rest of the boat the nav. station is high gloss white Alwgrip highlighted by high gloss varnished teak. The custom dash is centered with the main chartplotter, a Garmin GPSmap 5212 and topped with a polished SS Ritchie compass. The Garmin plotter is flanked by two Raymarine Pathfinder Plus RL70C units. Below is a list of all the equipment in the station:
- Garmin GPS5212 Chartplotter
- Garmin 24 mile Radar
- 2XRaymarine Pathfinder Plus RL70C Chartplotters
- Ritchie Magnetic compass
- Raymarine AutoPilot ST6001
- Raymarine VHF with remote corded mic and added speaker
- Bennett trim tabs controls and lighted indictor panels
- Custom Ocean Pursuits anodized aluminum panel and switches for exterior lights.
- Yanmar instrument gauges
- Floscan monitor for hours, RPM, GPH and gallons
- Wesmar Bow Thruster
- Panish engine shifter and throttle
- Wiper control panel
- Maxwell windlass controll
- High gloss varnished teak helm
Engine Room and Drive System
The engine room is as clean and accessable as they come. The two large center open outboard exposing the full compartment. There is a removable aluminum beam running fore and aft down the center of the engine. The bilges, stringer and webs are all perfectly clean and painted high gloss light gray. The engine is hard mounted forward and fitted rubber anti-vibration mounts. The two aluminum 100 gallon fuel tanks are mounted outboard port and starboard.
- Yanmar 6LY2A-STP, 440 HP, Engine No. M51011
- ZF Marine ZF280-1 A Ratio 2.0
- Aquadrive 1-3/4" shaft
- Panish Controls Series 5000 Single lever
- 5 Bladed bronze 22" X 25" left hand
- Aquadrive Anti-vibration System mounts
- Stainless Steel rudder
- Floscan filters
- Racor 900FG filter
Mechanicals and Systems
- 2X Deka AGM 8D house bank batteries 1450 CCA
- Deka AGM 8D Engine battery1110 CCA
- House and Engine Blue Sea Systems battery select switches
- Heart Interface Link 20 battery monitoring system
- 400 Watt 12VDC/125VAC pwer inverter
- Mastervolt Charger
- 3X Blue Sea System 12 volt DC distribution panels
- Tank Tender system
- 2X Buss MRCB 150A breakers
- Whale Gulper 220 Electric diaphragm pump
- 3XRule bilge pumps
- Shurflo Smart Sensor 5.7 Exterior Series fuel pump
- Fire Boy FE-241 automatic CG2-200 system in engine room
- 2X Dry Chemical portable fire extinguishers
- Orion Flare Kit
- Orion First Aid kit
- Life jackets
- Float cushions
- Four Burgundy fleece covered finger fenders
- Four braided dock lines
- Boat hook
- Spare filters and miscellaneous parts
- Some tools
- Cleaning supplies
All speeds, measurements, capacities, consumptions, etc. may be approximate or estimated. Specifications provided for information only. Data was obtained from sources believed to be reliable and is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes the responsibility to ascertain the correctness of all data contained herein and otherwise provided and must instruct his agent and surveyors to confirm all details for accuracy prior to purchase. Subject to prior sale, price and inventory change, or withdrawal from market without notice.
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