1978 Arno Day Downeast Boat
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Rockland, ME
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 80,000
MISS ARIANNA was built by the hands of the famed Mr. Arno Day. She has been under the care of an unlimited master mariner and used recreationally. She is an able sea boat for work or pleasure.
Please contact John Morin CPYB at MOBILE (207) 691-1637
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 33 ft 4 in
Beam: 12 ft 2 in
Dry Weight: 12000 lbs
Engine Brand: JOHN DEERE
Engine Model: 6081AFM75
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Fuel Tanks: (154 Gallons)
HULL and DECK
MISS ARIANA has a raked stem, round chines, built-down full keel with skeg and a full transom. Her hull is constructed of 5/4 Cedar on Oak and is carvel plank on frame construction. Her frames are steam bent white oak, measuring I" x 2.25", 9" on center. The white oak 15/8" floors are 9"+/- high and 18" on center. The fastenings are bronze screws with bronze keel bolts and drifts. She has spray rails forward and quarter rails aft.
There is fiberglass covering the hauling station area of the port topsides and bottom as she was originally rigged for Port side lobster fishery.
*White semi-gloss topside paint with blue boot stripe and red bottom paint.
*A 2" SS shaft is supported by a bronze two bolt outside packing gland with a 26"x 23" right hand 4 blade bronze prop.
*Rectangular SS rudder has a 1.25" rudder post with traditional bronze packing gland and is supported by a skeg mounted shoe.
*Raw water bronze through hull with a South Bay strainer
*Eight pass Walters keel cooler
The foredeck and trunk cabin are built with oak deck beams supporting plywood covered fiberglass cloth and resin which is painted white trim and sand decks with nonskid.
*Single oak mooring bitt forward along with a bronze chocks mounted on the breast block.
*Run decks are fitted with painted oak rub and toe rails and capped with bronze ¼ round
*Cockpit coaming is raised and capped with a wooden molding.
*Raised trunk cabin has hand rails port and starboard for gaining access to the bow
*Main deck is fir which has been overlaid with plywood and fiberglassed
*Two rectangular flush SS hatches providing access to the shaft alley and rudder steering assembly
*(2) 6" Beckson deck plates above the fuel tank fills
*(2) 4" Cockpit scuppers
The pilothouse is constructed with four (4) aft raking windows with external safety glass and the outboard windows are opening. The short side panels also have glass windows and the 2"x 4" comer posts and plywood is painted white and the exterior is fiberglass covered and painted white.
*Continuous same level decks cockpit to helm deck
*Handrails on cabin top
*Standard Horizon GX2200, Vhf; Loud Hailer with top mounted 6' antenna
*B & G, Zeus 9 Radar/Chart Plotter/Depth with top mounted dome
*"6" Ritchie Compass with Deviation card
*Manual Search light
The cuddy cabin is entered through a port companionway and down one step. The interior has a full length fir ceiling. Wiring and plumbing is exposed and early accessible for inspection and maintenance.
*(2) long benches forward which could be used as berths with storage under
*Chain locker bulkhead
*Cabinet and Formica counter mounted on the aft bulkhead
*Removable front (engine service) cover
JOHN DEERE 300HP @ 2200rpm 6 cylinder Diesel Engine, Model: 6081AFM75
*Twin Disc, Model 506-A 2:1 reverse gear
*2" Stainless steel shaft
*Stainless steel rudder
*Spin on fuel and oil filters
*Twin lever MORSE clutches
*BLUE SEAS four position battery switch
*Two 12VDC, 8D batteries
*A dedicated On/Off switch controls the engine starting circuit
*RACOR 1OOO FH fuel filter
22# Danforth with 30' of 5/16" Galv. Chain and 150' of 5/8" Braided
22# Super Max with 30' and 200' 5/8" twisted nylon rode.
*Type I, P.F.D. Offshore with water lights and whistles
*Several Type IV Cushions.
*6 each, Type III PDF'S
*Near Coastal Flare Kit
*High Water Alarm
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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