10 & 2 is a remarkably capable and dependable ocean traveling yacht. Combining a proven George Buehler hull design with top-notch American construction from the skilled craftsmen at Townsend Bay Marine in Port Townsend, Washington; this custom USA-built trawler is heads and shoulders above her sisters. For the experienced and discriminating yachtsman, this exceptional build quality combined with top of the line equipment and robust systems represents the ideal long-range cruiser for the Northwest Passage, Pacific Northwest, Alaska, and beyond. The pride and experience incorporated in this distinctly handsome little ship is quickly recognized.
Hull of 1/4, 5/16 and 1/2” inch steel plate construction; single 105 HP Lugger with 1400 gallons fuel offers a range of 3000 to 4500+ mile range; Hundested variable pitch propeller; articulating rudder; four cylinder, 30 HP Lugger “pony motor” for “get home” and battery charging; hydraulic (horizontal drum) anchor windlass with 50’ of 1/2 “ chain and 550’ x ½” stainless steel wire; two hydraulic warping winches; Naiad stabilizers; mast with steadying sail and crow’s nest; extensive electronics suite and complete safety kit… and that’s just the beginning! A whole lot of ship in an easily managed 47’ package.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
10 & 2
Builder: Townsend Bay Marine
Designer: George Buehler
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Displacement
LOA: 51 ft 0 in
Beam: 14 ft 5 in
LWL: 46 ft 0 in
Length on Deck: 47 ft 0 in
Minimum Draft: 5 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 6 in
Displacement: 68000 lbs Dry Load
Number of single berths: 3
Number of double berths: 3
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2
Easily sleeps seven with the use of galley dinette and Pullman berth. Even below deck there is a generous amount of natural light and air through (fixed and opening) windows, portlights and deck hatches. The use of Bamboo hardwood soles, white laminate, Cherry and Maple finishes keep the interior spaces feeling open and airy.
All the way forward (just aft of the collision bulkhead) is the large guest head and shower. Aft of that, the forward guest cabin offers two generously sized single berths with privacy curtains and plenty of storage space for: guest gear, extra bedding, books and personal affects). A portable stainless steel ladder provides emergency escape from the forward stateroom via the overhead hatch.
Aft of the guest cabin, through an easily handled watertight door is the spacious galley and dinning area. Well laid-out with modern equipment, attractive Corian counters and plenty of functional storage, this galley will please the most discriminating cruising chef.
A passageway leading aft from the galley, on the port side, has equipment storage areas, washer/dryer and electrical management panels outboard, and a door to the engine room on the inboard side. The passageway continues to the spacious and bright owner's stateroom with ensuite head and shower. Finely crafted Maple cabinetry offers a fresh, clean and bright atmosphere. Centerline queen bed with electric bed-lifter gives easy access to voluminous extra storage. 22” TV on forward bulkhead is ideal entertainment, as well as to monitor your ship’s navigation displays. Additional computer/nav-station on the port side completes this cabin as an inviting area for work, navigation, rest or relaxation.
Steps up from the Galley/Dinning area lead up to the Pilothouse situated on the main deck. This is a serious “go to sea” pilothouse with function and comfort for crew and guests in mind. The helm is to starboard with a door to the side deck, a commercial quality Hansen folding chair from Denmark, and a navigation electronics suite that leaves the skipper wanting only the next interesting destination. A raised U-shaped seating area is to port and offers an additional dinning/conversation area that’s ideal when underway.
A sliding weatherproof door leads aft to the raised cockpit with yet another comfortable seating area and table. The table slides all the way up for stowage and makes this area perfect for taking in the scenery and good weather, and is fully enclosed with canvas and clear curtains when the weather is less than ideal.
Bamboo hard wood soles
White interior with Cherry trim in galley, pilothouse and forward cabin and Maple in aft stateroom
(7) opening Lewmar hatches
Hurricane diesel fired cabin heating system servicing hydronic air handlers
U-line 2 drawer type refrigerator; model 2175 DWRRB
Waeco chest freezer in the Pilothouse
Force Ten three burner propane stove/oven with Trident solenoid control panel
GE Profile microwave/convection oven; model JVM1790SK01
Splendide 5200 Comb-o-Matic washer/vented dryer
(2) TECMA electric toilets
White and red-night lighting throughout accomodation and navigation spaces
Welded steel construction by Townsend Bay Marine. Hull is ¼ inch plate, stem and boxed keel is ½ inch with bow plates of 5/16 inch steel plate. Crash bulkhead forward with watertight forward stateroom. Decks, fore and aft trunk cabins are welded steel; raised pilothouse sides are welded steel sides with a FRP top extending aft over cockpit FRP seating area. Window frames and portlights are composite with tempered glass. Hatches are Lewmar and doors are Diamond Sea-Glaze. The hull interior has been treated with commercial grade sprayed Delta dB and Delta T insulation and noise deadening material further insulted with 4” of insulation above waterline. All above the water surfaces painted in two-part polyurethane Alexseal paint.
DECK & HULL:
Decks are clean, clear and easy to transit with good safety rails and hand holds. Sturdy ship-like fittings and hardware will impress the seasoned yachtsman and attention to function and use of space for seating and storage, etc. is also impressive. “The right stuff” in the right location. Custom heavy duty electric davit and stairs built in to transom make managing the dinghy and boarding safe and easy.
Doors and windows by Diamond Seaglaze
(4) Vetus cowl vents in trunk cabin top
(5) Large Lewmar Ocean series overhead opening hatches with bug screens
(2) Large opening Lewmar Ocean series hatches in transom
Clearview “foul weather window” fitted in center windscreen
(2) Exalto double arm windshield wipers with washer nozzles
J. K. Fabrication (Seattle) hydraulic horizontal drum main anchor windlass.
Rocna 40kg anchor with 50' of 1/2" short link chain & 550' of 1/2" galvanized wire
(2) Stainless steel anchor rollers on bow
Fortress (model 125) anchor, stored on cabin top with 50' of 3/8" chain & 400’ rode in chain locker forward, fed to a Muir anchor windlass with foot controls.
Chain locker access is through a watertight Freeman hatch.
An additional 300' of 3/8" high-tensile chain under forward settee.
Two additional 350’ coils of 9/16" braided Dynema line stored on aluminum drums mounted on aft davit for easy deployment and retrieval.
Two hydraulic capstans; one forward and one aft.
Zodiac type West Marine10.5’ RlB with Yamaha 9.9 hp 2-stroke outboard and security lock.
Spare Yamaha 9.9 hp 2-stroke outboard with security lock.
Canvas covers for outboards, dinghy, stern storage lines, BBQ grill, and sail
Two Hobie 12' kayaks (one double, one single seat).
FRP deck box on aft deck.
Four propane tanks stored in two deck lockers port and starboard on forward trunk cabin as well as one smaller propane tank in locker aft for Magma BBQ grill mounted on aft stanchion rail
12V Electric downrigger on with port and starboard stern rail mounts
Horn, whistle & remote controlled spotlight
Three mast-mounted deck lights, one directed forward and two aft
Crow’s nest for lookout
Aluminum mast and boom by Ostar of New Zealand
Steadying sail with sail cover
Boarding lights in steps to swim platform
ELECTRONICS & NAVIGATION:
Comprehensive electronics suite is of robust, top shelf equipment with capability, reliability, redundancy and ease of use all smartly considered in the design and installation. The system has been updated through 2012.
Communication – Furuno FM3000 VHF radio; KVH eTrac Standard C data system; KVH F33 satellite phone; mast mounted cellular antenna.
TV/monitor in master stateroom interconnected to navigation displays
110VAC system via shore power and on-board inverter/battery bank. 30 HP, four cylinder Lugger “pony motor” fitted with alternators for DC generation and emergency “get home” propulsion. First class installation of the electrical management equipment. Top quality wire, breakers, panels, switches, batteries, etc.
125/250 volt, 50 Amp, 60 Hz shore power inlet
125 volt, 30 amp, 60 Hz shore power inlet
230 volt, 50 amp, 50 Hz shore power inlet.
125 volt, 30 amp x 50’ shore power cord.
125/250 volt, 50 amp x 125 volt, 30 amp adapter
C-Power 12 KVA isolation transformer
Xantrex SW series inverter/charger 4000 watt with remote control in pilothouse
(12) North Star AGM batteries
AGM start batteries for both engines
(3) Newmar PTM 24-22 battery chargers
Newmar 32-12-50 40amp DC to DC converter
(2) Balmar 24 volt, 140 amp alternators with Maxcharge MC 624 regulators; main engine and auxiliary engine
(2) Leese-Neville 40amp 24 volt alternators; main engine and auxiliary engine
MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS:
Situated under the pilothouse and accessed through a watertight door in the aft passageway is the walk-in engine room. A single Lugger, 105 HP main engine drives the Hundested variable pitch propeller Unit through a ZF transmizzion. A Lugger 4 cylinder, 30HP “Pony Motor” is used for charging the battery bank and can be connected to the main shaft by a cogged belt for “Get-Home” propulsion. Both the Main and Pony engines are cooled with closed circuit Keel-Coolers.
Lugger LP 668D, six cylinder, 105 HP main engine, mounted with flexible engine mounts to the welded steel frames.
Variable/controllable pitch Hundestad four blade bronze propellor
Lugger L84401, 30 HP “Pony Motor” with 165 engine hours
Integral steel fuel tanks 700 gallon capacity each
Welded steel thru-hulls fittings
Fiberglass sea-chest strainer for all engine room raw water consumers
Bronze ball valve seacocks on sea chest
Five station bilge pumping manifold with five electric bilge pumps and Pacer hydraulic emergency bilge pump
Engine Gauges including pyrometer for both Main and Pony engines and a Floscan fuel-flow meter.
Hydraulic steering with emergency tiller
Articulating rudder for exception manuevering
Naiad hydraulic roll fin stabilizers; model 301
600 gallon per day Spectra watermaker
Fuel transfer pump and polishing system
(2) Racor 751000 primary fuel filters with vacuum gage for Main engine
(1) Racor 1000ma primary fuel filter for Pony engine
25 gallon clean and dirty oil tanks on stbd side of engine room connected to an oil changing manifold which services the main, pony and transmission
Dedicated Tank Tender clean and dirty oil tank level monitor in engineroom
Tank Tender in pilothouse for fuel and water tank monitoring
Headhunter XR-124 fresh water pump with pressure accumulator tank
Hot and cold PEX plumbing with isolation valves at each fixture
Salt water wash down pump with bow outlet
Fresh water hose bib on stern
150 gallon black water tank in stern platform
70 gallon grey water holding tank located in keel cavity
(4) USCG type III adult life jackets
(3) USCG type III infant life jackets
(5) Survival suits
ACR Global Fix EPIRB (certified through 6/2012)
LifeSling 2 type IV PFD
Switlik 6-person life raft (certified through 2011), mfg in 3/2006
Extensive flare kit
Medical Sea Pak
USCG required documents, placards and cards
(4) Portable fire extinguishers
Built-in fire extinguisher – Type FE 241, model MA-2-500 manual/auto w/ remote
Smoke detector – (3) Kidde combo units with CO detectors
(3) Kidde carbon monoxide detectors
Red blankets located in forward stateroom
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.