The schooner "Halie and Matthew" represents a tremendous opportunity to acquire a classic two masted schooner in solid fiberglass construction. She took 6 years to build and is currently operated as a windjammer out of Eastport, Maine. This vessel is Coast Guard inspected and certified for 100 passengers on deck and 36 overnight. Vessel has passed the stability tests and has received her "All Oceans" certification for unrestricted use.
Offered at $1.4 million. A half share in this vessel might be negotiated with the current owner for $800,000.
Solid fiberglass construction Coast Guard Inspected during the build process.
93' 1' LOR
90' 2" LOD
24' 4" beam
12 foot draft
Ballast 106,750 lbs
Displacement 266,875 lbs
Builders: George Harris and John Bishop, Eastport ,ME
Cruising Speed 8 knots, Max. 9.5 knots
Engine: New 330 HP John Deere diesel
Twin Disc 2.76:1 V Drive
Propeller 38 x 26, bronze
Shaft 2.5 stainless
Fuel: 1200 gals in 2 fiberglass tanks
Water: 2000 gals in 2 fiberglass tanks
Holding: 1500 gals in 1 fiberglass tank
Electrical: 12 and 24 volt
Batteries: 2 - 12 volt and 2 - 24 volt
100 amp alternator
100 amp AC panel, 12 volt DC panel
100 amp shore power
2500 watt inverter 12.5 KW Isuzu Genset, 2006, 4 hours since new
12 inch bow thruster with dedicated battery bank forward
Sails: 4600 sq. ft. total sail area, 1 year old
Standing rigging is galvanized wire
Spars, laminated spruce varnished
Anchor: 500 lb and 100 lb fisherman type
Anchor rode, 200 ft. chain
Fire pump 60psi from 3.5 hp 220 volt motor
5 fire extinguishers, 1 Halon
Bilge pumps, engine driven 1 ¼ inch Jabsco
Bilge pump, AC 1 ½ inch
Life jackets: 88
Life rafts: 3, 8 person rafts
Accomodations: 10 double staterooms with private head and shower in each cabin
Teak sole, mahogany trim
Main saloon: beautifully finished in mahogany joinerwork, access from aft deck via comfortable walk down stair case. Saloon seats 26 persons. Skylight overhead. Galley fitted with stainless appliances. Head located opposite.
This vessel has to be seen to be fully appreciated.
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.