1984 Hudson Force 50
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Poulsbo, WA
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 139,000
Owner will look at all offers !
This Hudson 50 has been to the South Pacific and is looking to go back again. While she was in New Zealand, New aluminum Main and Mizzen Masts were installed in ( 2002 ). In 2011 she was given New rigging and a Complete set of New Sails by UK Halsey Sail Makers; Main, Mizzen, Genoa and Jib. New lazy cradle for her Main and Mizzen. New Furling System for her headsail and New Furling System for the staysail. New Harken 40 electric winches. New Life Lines. She also has a Cruising Spinnaker by Quantum Sail Design in ( 2001 ).
A New Nextgen UCM2 5.5 kw Generator was installed in ( 2010 ). New Stove in the galley, New on-demand hot water system installed, 2 new propane tanks with propane sensor and alarm.
New Custom Canvas Enclosure. Installed Garmin 5212 Touchscreen Chartplotter with the GSD 22 remote Sounder - Didital with thru-hull Transducer. Two New Raritan Marine Elegance Toilets.
In 2010 there was a New Kuuma hot water installed and the engine room was cleaned up with some new electrical and plumbing overhauled.
In 2013 a New Bow Thruster 12 volt was installed.
If you plan to do some sailing as a live aboard this your boat or Cruise the World ! !
Please contact Charles Tucker at (360) 697-4000
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: William Garden
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Displacement
LOA: 59 ft 0 in
Beam: 14 ft 1 in
LWL: 39 ft 7 in
Length on Deck: 50 ft 10 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 2 in
Displacement: 52000 lbs
Total Power: 120 HP
Engine Brand: Ford Lehman
Engine Model: Six Cylinder
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 120 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (300 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (300 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 2 (36 Gallons)
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2
Radar - JRC Radar
GPS - Gamin 5212
Depthsounder - Garmin 5212 with in-hull GSD 22 transducer
Plotter - Garmin 5212
Wind speed and direction
Hot water - 2010 a new Kuuma 6 gallon electric water heater
Bow thruster - Installation of Bow Thruster in 2013 Yacht Thruster model 400-D 12 volt with one station
Oven - No Oven But Two Burner propane stove
Marine head - Two New in 2011 Rariton Marine Elegance toilets
Electric bilge pump
Shore power inlet - 30 amp.
Generator - New In 2011 Nextgen UCM2-5.5 generator
Tender - New in 2010 Rubber dinghy and a 6hp Mercury engine
At the upper Helm Station
Robertson AP300X Hydraulic Auto Pilot
New in ( 2011 ) Garmin 5212 Chart Plotter and GSD 22 with in hull transducer
New in ( 2013 ) Yacht Bow Thruster model 400-D 12 volt was installed
JVC 1000 Radar LCD
Icom IC-M58 VHF
Aquameter Galaxy Compass in Binnacle
Pilot House & Upper Salon
Cabin roof extends forward, creating Bill Garden's signature shading brow. Large windshields forward and equivalently large side windows provide excellent visibility. Curved entry stairway down from cockpit includes a banister. The settee has ventilated storage behind it with a large dining table. Under the settee seating is a large battery bank.
There is a Bronze spoke helm wheel
In the inside helm station next to it is a pull-out chart table
Full engine instrumentation and controls
Two grab rails on overhead
A custom holding plate fridge with top and side door opening
Separate cold plate freezer aft of sink
Propane stove with Microwave under
Deep SSS sink
Good storage (cabinets and drawers )
Teak Parquet Flooring
Straight settee to Starboard with a L-shape settee to Port with a clear hatch above letting light in.
Dickinson Antarctic diesel heater with Brass finish, having a separate day tank plumbed in with a hand pump fill from main tank
She sleeps six in staterooms; two in the queen berth in the master stateroom aft, two in the pull-out berth in the mid ships stateroom, one on each lower salon settee. You have two heads; the mid ship head has a deep shower stall. Both have new Raritan toilets in ( 2011 ).
Master Aft Stateroom
Queen berth is inset into teak cabinetry that surrounds the berth. There are top opening teak lockers on both sides and drawers and hanging locker. There is a private head with sink a new Rariton Marine Elegance toilet.
There is a sea-berth that pulls out to be a double or used a single. There is a private door amidships to the head also with new Rariton Marine Elegance toilet. There is a full height hanging locker just forward of the head. On the out side wall of the head, forward of the door is a new on-demand propane hot water heater.
There is a over/under berths to starboard, cabinetry to port. There is a scuttle exit to the foredeck with this in mind, this could be used as a crew or captain cabin for chartering.
All Teak decks were completely re-caulked by New Zealand craftsmen in ( 2002 ) with plenty of thickness remaining at that time. Flat deck forward of the pilot house is expansive and the bulwarks all round topped by teak cap rail. The recessed forepeak anchoring cockpit houses a Maxwell/Nilson horizontal shaft windlass with chain gypsy and rope drum.
You have a Teak grate platform with the full length of the bowsprit. The primary Anchor is a 75# CQR with 400' of 3/8" chain. Secondary Anchor is a 66# Claw ( Bruce Type ) .
Stern Anchor is a Danforth on 30' of chain 3/8" and 300' of 3/8" nylon.
In ( 2011 ) all new lifelines were done.
Also in ( 2011 ) new custom Enclosure canvas was done.
There two large ( 10 gal.) Propane tanks in a on deck locker aft.
Stern Davits for a tender.
S.S. Barbecue on aft rail.
Sails and Rigging
In (2011 ) Complete new set of sails from UK Halsey Sailmaker: Main, Mizzen, Genoa and Jib, done by
New lazy cradle for main and mizzen sails
New in ( 2001 ) Cruising Spinnaker by Quantum Sail Design
Two New Harken Electric # 40 winches primary, Barlow are the other winches.
New Furlex 310-17 for the head sail.
New Furlex 208-15 for the stay sail.
New in ( 2002 ) Aluminum Main Mast and Mizzen Mast were installed in New Zealand.
Steps on the main mast.
120hp Six-cylinder Ford Lehman, at the time before going to the South Sea trip the engine hour meter stopped and was not replaced. From past log books from pier owner estimated hrs. are around 3,200 hrs.
There is great engine access thru three hatches in the upper salon floor.
In ( 2010 ) the engine room was cleaned up both electrical and plumbing. New thru holes replaced and more.
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.