1978 Crocker Ketch
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Southport, CT
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 20,000
Southport CT is home port for Coqueze, a 36 ft wood Crocker auxiliary centerboard ketch built of tropical hardwoods in Belize in 1978.
Stepping aboard Coquese is like stepping into a Winslow Homer Painting, for me. Here is an authentic Crocker ketch, classic cockpit, classic ¾ rig, jib boom headsail, two-part halyards, a handy sailor for the discerning yachtsman who appreciates the dignity of the early 1900’s sailing yachts. Below is a traditional open layout, berths forward and main berths astride the centerboard trunk and a drop leaf table. Head aft to port and galley with a solid fuel fisherman stove aft to starboard. Interior cabinetry is solidly built of native hardwoods, traditional ceiling, open bilge, she is as classic as you can imagine.
Beautifully maintained by a loving skipper, she is sound and fit for an immediate visit to the next wooden boat show or antique tradition yacht regatta.
Please contact the listing broker,
Robert Moore, (203) 858 3858 to discuss this boat or any other boat.
This boat is shown by appointment only.
Please contact Robert Moore at (203)858-3858
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 42 ft 0 in
Beam: 11 ft 0 in
Length on Deck: 36 ft 0 in
Minimum Draft: 3 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 7 ft 0 in
Total Power: 33 HP
Engine Brand: Vetus
Year Built: 1978
Engine Model: M4.14
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 2650
Engine Power: 33 HP
Cruising Speed: 5 knots @ 1800 RPM
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (70 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (20 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 (20 Gallons)
Number of twin berths: 4
Number of heads: 1
Electric bilge pump
Electrical Circuit: 12V
Hull ID # 648093 Documentation # 648093
MAKE: Custom Crocker MODEL: Sea Dawn design #100 YEAR: 1978
LOA: 36’/42’ BEAM: 11’ 0” DRAFT: 3’6” / 7’ 0”
HULL MATERIAL: Wood DECK MATERIAL: Wood / DYNEL
TANKAGE FUEL: 20 gal WATER: 70 gal WASTE: 20 gal
ENGINES AND MACHINERY
NUMBER OF DRIVE ENGINES: 1
MANUFACTURER: Vetus MODEL: M4.14 HORSE POWER: 33
FUEL: Diesel HOURS: 2650 DRIVE TYPE: direct
CRUISING RPM: 1800 CRUISING SPEED: 5.5 kn
FUEL CONSUMPTION: 1/2 gph
COOLING SYSTEM: FRESH WATER (CLOSED)
BATTERY STARTING: 1 HOUSE: 1 TYPE: Wet Cell SWITCH: Parallel
SHIPS VOLTAGE DC: 12
BILGE PUMPS: 1 electric
PRESSURE WATER SYSTEM
SLEEPS TOTAL: 4 FORWARD BERTHS: 2 SALON BERTHS: 2
HEADS: HEAD: Manual
GALLEY AREA: ICE BOX:
COOKTOP: Fisherman solid fuel
OVEN: Fisherman solid fuel
SALON AREAS: Drop Leaf Table SEATS 6 persons
DECK AREAS COCKPIT SEATS: 8 persons with wheel helm
BOW SPRIT SWIM LADDER
PRIMARY ANCHOR: 35 # CQR CHAIN LENGTH: 300 ft
SECONDARY ANCHOR: 35 # CQR CHAIN LENGTH: 10 ft RODE LENGTH: 300 ft
ANCHOR WINDLASS: Manual
ELECTRONICS, NAVIGATION AND SAFETY
GPS: Garmin Handheld MODEL: GPS 70 B/W
DEPTH FINDER: Data Marine MODEL: LX200 Analog
AUTO PILOT: Ray Marine MODEL:
VHF RADIO: West Marine MODEL: 585
LIFE RINGS: 1 LIFE JACKETS: 4 HORN BELL
CANVAS COLOR: Blue Mainsail Cover Mizzen Cover
Mainsail Dacron Good Condition 2 Reefs 2008
Mizzen Dacron Good Condition 2 Reefs 2008
Headsail Dacron Good Condition roller furl 2008
Mizzen Staysail Good Condition Dacron 20+ yrs
A symmetrical Good Condition Nylon 20+ yrs
¾ Rig – Jib is roller furling on a jib boom sheeted back to cockpit.
Halyards are two part. Sheets are four part. Only two winches onboard:
Small Merriman in cockpit for the jib, and small Lewmar on coach top
For the centerboard.
Built in Belize in 1978 to Crocker design #100 SEA DAWN of South American Mahogany and other tropical Dense Hard Woods. Sailed to Boston where she was fitted out below.
Hull appears to be Mahogany below the waterline and a tropical pine above the waterline.
Deck canvas replaced with Dynel prior to 2008. Decks planked with tropical hardwood. Deck trim appears to be mahogany. Cockpit sole is teak.
Interior trim appears to be mahogany.
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.