1986 Mason 33
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Racine, WI
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 109,900
Back to Beauty! Classic Lines! and Smooth Sailing! There are places around the world where you know to expect to see classics like this beautifully under sail. This enduring and seaworthy classic Al Mason design has been continually upgraded and renewed. Her excellent sailing ability combined with moderate draft, and very complete cruising gear, allows her to sail to almost any harbor in the world. Inside this vessel is smartly designed, warm and inviting in a finely sculpted teak interior that exudes classic! The current owner has lovingly outfitted her for the last 25 years.
In many ways this boat should be called "Been Done", there are multiple updates that define the excellence of this vessel. Please take extra time to get to know "Compass Rose" she is an exceptional vessel cared for in great detail! Feel free to ask us questions randomly and you will find correct and positive responses! A Marine Condition Survey has been ordered to substantiate her condition and good standing, feel free to contact us to discuss her report. Please allow us to be of further service!
Please contact Per Gunnar Vagenius at 262-893-7028
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 33 ft 9 in
Beam: 10 ft 10 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 0 in
Displacement: 14020 lbs
Total Power: 35 HP
Engine Brand: Westerbeke
Year Built: 1998
Engine Model: 35B
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 736
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 35 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 Stainless steel (70 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 Aluminum (37 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 (40 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 1
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 1
Number of heads: 1
- Offshore Ready! Smartly Managed! Proper Yacht!
- Upgraded Westerbeke 742 hours, Twin Racors, Dripless Shaft Seal
- 4 Blade 16” Feathering Prop, Volvo Bow Thruster,
- 2016 Repainted Mast & Boom, Antal H 22 Mainsail Track System
- 2016 SS Standing Rigging w/ HiMod fittings, 2016 Running Rigging w/ Schaefer SS fittings,
- Lewmar Self Tailing Winches,
- Schaefer 1100 Roller Furling, Garhauer Adjustable Cars,
- Harken Traveler, Mast Mounted Whisker Pole on Mast Track
- Kappa Mainsail, 3 reefs, Dutchman, Kappa 150% Roller Furling Genoa 2016
- Sobstadt Storm Jib,
- Full Furuno Nav Net System, Companionway Pod,
- Helm Pod w/Furuno Chart Plotter. Displays: Charts, GPS position, All Course Data, AIS targets, Satellite Weather, Sonar, Radar (with MARPA), Wind, Depth, Water Temperature
- Robertson Autopilot, JX – 300 Junction, Linear Hydraulic Ram,
- Cisco Wi-Fi Router, Rogue Wave Long Distance Wi-Fi Booster.
- ICOM M-604 VHF at inside Nav Station w/ Full Function Remote in Cockpit, Integrated Mast Mounted Hailer with Automatic Sound Signaling (fog, at anchor, etc.)
- Mast Mounted Windex, TV Antenna, LED Tricolor Running, Anchor and Strobe
- Mil Spec Mast Wiring Quick Connectors
- Fusion MS-700 Stereo Player with Weather Receiver
- Complete Galley, Stove and Oven, 12v Refrigeration,
- Varnished Teak Rails and Handholds and Trim
- 2018 Trident Propane Controls, Valves, Aluminum 10lb. and 20 lb. Worthington Propane Tanks,
- Victron Energy Management System, Inverter / Charger,
- Solbian 200-Watt Solar Panel Array w/ Victron MPPT Charge Controllers
- 2017 (3) 198 Amp/hr AGM House Batteries, (1) 800 CCA AGM Start Battery,
- 800 CCA AGM Thruster and Windlass, 125 amp High Output Alternator
- Manson Supreme Anchor, 250 feet 5/16 Chain, 12v Electric Windlass,
- Rule 2000GPH Hi Water Bilge Pump and Ultra Bilge Pump Switch and Alarm
- 2019 lifelines & Gates, Fenders, Dock lines
- Zarcor Custom Companionway Hinged Doors,
- Upgraded Canvas Excellent, Dodger, Bimini, Connectors, Misc. Canvas, Mainsail Cover,
- Teak Cockpit Table and Teak Drink Holder at Helm
- Teak Deck regularly managed, SS Swim Ladder,
Mason 33 – Compass Rose
- Model: Mason 33 (M33),
- Hull Number: 18
- Built: 1986
- Price: $109,900 (05-2020)
- Hull Material: Fiberglass
- Engine: Westerbeke 35B (single)
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- 4 blade FeatherStream feathering prop
- PSS dripless shaft seal
- Bow thruster
- Redundant navigation electronics
- Located in Racine, WI
Compass Rose is a professionally maintained, continually upgraded example of the highly prized, sea kindly, and ocean proven, Al Mason M33 design.
Wherever she goes, Compass Rose is “the Bell of the Ball”. She is a very seaworthy design. Thanks to her hull design, sail plan and feathering prop, this sloop rigged boat moves well in light, moderate and heavy weather.
Compass Rose is always maintained to a high standard, continuously updated, and spends the long Wisconsin off season in inside storage. If you enjoy high standards and want a versatile, head turning yacht, please review her further.
Built: 1986, Ta Shing (for PAE-Pacific Asian Enterprises)
Model: Mason 33 (M33)
Build Number in Series: 18
Commonly Referred to as: M33-18
Hull Number: PAI33018H686
USCG: 922965 (USCG Documented Vessel Number)
FCC: WDG3089 (Licensed Radio Station Call Sign)
FCC: 367521940 (MMSI for DSC and AIS)
LOA: 33 ft 9 in Beam: 10 ft 10 in Minimum Draft: 5 ft 5 in Displacement: 14020 lbs.
Engine: Engine Brand: Westerbeke Engine Model: 35B
Engine Power: 35 HP Engine Type: Inboard Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel Engine Hours: 736 Hours (2019-08-21)
Transmission: JS Transmission
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Propeller: 4 blade 16” FeatherStream feathering propeller
Volvo Penta CT600 Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (70 Gallons Total) Fuel Tank: 1 (35 Gallons Total) Holding Tank: 1 (30 Gallons Total)
Number of double berths: 1 Number of single berths: 2 Number of cabins: 2 Number of heads: 1
Cleats bow, sides, stern. tow
Rigging and Sails
- Keel stepped, heavy sectioned Forespar mast, approximately 50 feet long
- Single spreader
- 2018 Repainted with Awlgrip’s Acrylic urethane Awlcraft
- Antal sail track
- In mast wiring channel
- Aqua Signal LED deck lights
- Aqua Signal LED steaming lights (on regular and push-button remote switch)
- Foghorn, Hailer
- Masthead Windex
- Masthead Furuno Wind Instrument
- VHF antenna
- TV antenna
- Aqua Signal masthead LED Tri-Color light with strobe
- All electrical lines terminate at base of mast into quick connectors
- Mast cover and custom wood horses for winter storage when mast has been pulled
Shrouds and Stays
- 2018 Provided by ‘Sound Rigging” 2018
- 2018 1x19 316 Stainless Steel (details available)
- Hi-Mod turnbuckles and eyes 2018
- 2018 Jurgan Clevis Pins 2018
- Heavy sectioned Forespar boom
- 2018 Awlcraft
- Clutches and fittings for three reef lines
- Clew outhaul line and fittings
- Solid Garhauer vang
- Supports mast without use of backstay
- Control line led to cockpit
- Whisker Pole
- Shaefer telescoping aluminum whisker pole
- Mast mounted
- Mast mounted halyard
- Lines led to port and starboard sides of cabin top
- Genoa Cars
- Garhauer, adjustable genoa cars
- Lines led port and starboard sides of cockpit
- Running Rigging
- 2016 New England running rigging By “Sound Rigging”
- Color coded reefing lines
- 2016 Double 1X1 9 stainless steel wire lifelines with port and starboard opening gates amidships by Sound Rigging.
- Hi-Mod fittings, Jurgan clevis pins
- Line Management
- Two Lewmar 43 self-tailing winches on cockpit coaming for genoa sheets
- Lewmar 30 self-tailing winch on coach roof, under dodger for main sheet and vang
- Spinlock XAS three-line clutch: Main halyard, genoa halyard, jib halyard
- Mainsail is versatile and easy to control. It is made by Kappa Sails has battens, clew outhaul, and three reinforced reef points.
- The main is easy to raise and lower using the mast/sail mounted Antal track and car system.
- It is controlled using a Garhauer solid boom-vang and Harkin traveler.
- The three-line Dutchman furling system makes her main easy to manage when reefing at sea, and when storing for port.
- Custom cover by “Fairwinds canvas.”
- Foresail (Genoa)
- Her foresail is a Kappa Sails, radial cut, Kevlar reinforced 150% genoa.
- The radial cut helps maintain proper sail shape as it is reefed.
- It is managed using her Shaefer roller furler, rail mounted Garhauer moveable genoa cars and a mast mounted Forespar telescoping whisker pole.
- Storm Jib
- Her storm jib is a Sobstadt storm jib with high cut clew and is fitted with an ATN genoa sleeve.
- This allows the storm jib to slide over the furled genoa, thereby keeping the genoa captured and from being unfurled accidentally in bad conditions.
- Schaefer deck eyes for turning blocks
- 2016 Lifelines
- Johnson gate hooks and turnbuckles
Deck hardware,Standing & Running Rigging (2008 upgrades)
· Furling lines, port and starboard, led aft via Spinlock furling eyes to cockpit
· 2017 Headstay furling line to starboard, jib outhaul and sheet led to cockpit via Harken Carbo blocks (inshore setup).
ENGINE AND BOW THRUSTER
Engine/Prop: Her Westerbeke 35B diesel, coupled with her FeatherStream 4 blade feathering prop, keeps her moving briskly when sails are not being used and when motor sailing.
Fuel: Her 35-gallon diesel fuel tank gives the boat great range under power alone. The fuel system includes two separate Racor fuel filters (that can be easily switched between) and a Westerbeke 0.5 Micron primary filter.
Bow Thruster: Her bow thruster, with binnacle mounted joystick, makes her easily maneuverable when docking.
Her navigation equipment is some of the best available, providing the helmsman with high quality, total-environment information, and precise, redundant steering control. There are two independent electronic navigation systems on board: a Furuno TZT system and a Garmin GPS Map 225 plotter. These electronic navigation systems interface with the Robertson Autopilot and high-speed fluxgate compass.
The Furuno electronic navigator utilizes a variety of sensors with two independent GPS receivers and antennas, a transducer for water depth, temperature and boat speed through the water, a masthead sensor for wind speed and direction, a sonar transducer that provides graphic display of the water column and sea bottom contours, and an electronic fluxgate compass, 36-mile radar, AIS Class B transceiver, and satellite weather module that is used as the primary navigation system.
The Garmin navigator utilizes its own GPS antenna and a shore linked differential antenna for increased accuracy. A Garmin GPSMAP 225D system is used as a secondary electronic navigation system.
Additional navigation support provided by two independent magnetic compasses.
Primary Navigation System: Her primary navigation system is a complete Furuno TZT package, with 14-inch touch display at the helm. The display shows information from the system’s numerous sensors and receives input from the helmsman regarding desired course and heading. If selected as the primary navigator, the display can be used with the autopilot to steer the boat by compass heading, relative wind, waypoint, or course. The display shows boat position, waypoints, course, radar and sonar information as well as all other navigations data such as speed, depth, Time to Next Way Point etc.
A convenient over-the-companionway cluster of two FI-501 wind angle and speed displays (one currently set to true wind the other currently set to apparent wind), and two FI-504 Multi-displays for depth, boat speed, distance logging, etc.(one currently set for depth and the other currently set for boat speed), makes reading key navigation data easy from anyplace in the cockpit and when sheltered under the dodger.
The Furuno system includes:
- Electronic charts for US waters,
- A dedicated GPS sensor and antenna for navigation,
- Masthead mounted wind direction and wind speed sensors,
- A through hull tri-ducer for depth, speed, and water temperature.
- A through hull transducer (sonar) that provides graphic display of water column (including fish) and sea-bottom contours,
- A dedicated satellite weather radio connects with Sirius weather satellites to provide graphic displays of US and international weather radar, NOAA Buoy data and related weather data (by subscription),
- The 36- mile radar system is equipped with MARPA.
- The radar dome is on a Scanstrut LMM-2 self-levelling, gimbled swing arm mounted on the mast. The swing arm keeps the radar dome level when boat is heeled. The radar unit provides excellent situational awareness of ships, rain, and coastal features.
- The system has a Class B AIS transponder with its own dedicated GPS sensor and antenna. The transponder shows the name, call sign, heading, speed, distance, and other data as transmitted by other AIS equipped boats in the area. The AIS transponder will also broadcast identifying and navigational information about Compass Rose to other AIS equipped ships in the area.
Secondary Navigation System: Her secondary navigation system is a Garmin GPS MAP 225 plotter. This unit is located at the navigation station inside the boat. It shows the boat’s position, heading, speed, charts, navigation objects and other data. If a destination has been entered, time to next way point and other navigation data is available. It has its own, independent GPS receiver with its own dedicated GPS antenna and separate Differential GPS antenna. The plotter is tied into the boat’s autopilot system and, if selected as the primary navigator, can steer the boat by compass heading, way point or course.
Compass Navigation: There are three compasses on board.
- A high-speed flux-gate compass that is used to provide compass heading information electronically to autopilot and navigation instruments.
- An illuminated, Ritchie five-inch Globemaster compass at the helm
- An illuminated, Ritchie B-80 Voyager compass mounted in the saloon
Compass Rose has a powerful and flexible Robertson AP300X autopilot system. The system interfaces with the primary and secondary electronic navigation systems and provides precise, redundant steering control. The autopilot system consists of:
- An RFC-35 electronic fluxgate compass. The compass provides magnetic heading information, in an electronic form, so that it can be used by the JX300 and the Furuno and Garmin navigators.
- A JX300 autopilot junction box with a “learning” computer. The JX300 links the fluxgate compass to the Furuno and Garmin navigators.
- An RF300 rudder feedback unit, that provides rudder angle information to the autopilot computer.
- An RF-300 reversible hydraulic pump with linear ram, which is attached directly to the rudder post. This allows the boat to be steered by autopilot alone in the advent of a damaged binnacle or a steering cable failure.
- Two fixed AP300CX autopilot control heads for steering, allowing the boat to be steered from the helm or the below deck navigation station.
- A portable AP300PX steering control head, with a 30-foot cable, allows the boat to be steered from almost anywhere above or below deck.
Spacious V-Berth, Head with toilet, shower, sink, Main saloon with settees that extend to make two large berths, convenient U-shaped galley with dual, deep, stainless-steel sinks, refrigeration/freezer unit and dedicated navigation station. Extensive storage throughout. Custom cushions in main saloon and V-Berth.
- Two deep stainless-steel sinks with
- Hot and Cold pressurized water faucet
- Cold water faucet with foot pump
- Sea water faucet with foot pump
- Gimballed Mariner Princes propane stove
- Two burners
- Oven with broiler
- Propane system updated 2016:
- Trident propane control and solenoid system with alarm
- Two Worthington aluminum propane tanks (20 lb. and 10 lb.) with automatic or manual switch over
- Frig-O-Boat refrigeration/freezer system
- Efficient Keel cooler
- Many storage drawers, lockers and shelves
- One manual bilge pump
- Located in cockpit
- Two automatic bilge pumps
- Automatic primary (low water) bilge pump (Jabsco …?) with Groco Air Switch. Pump is in the port lazarette where it stays dry.
- Automatic secondary (high-water) bilge pump Rule 2000 with Ultra Switch and dedicated through-hull. Pump rests on a custom stainless-steel platform which is suspended 2 inches above the bilge bottom by a stainless-steel rod attached to the bilge wall. This keeps this high-water pump dry from lower levels of bilge water which are handled by the low water pump. The rod has quick-connect fittings. The hose has Flow-Rite quick connectors which allow quick removal and servicing of deep bilge pump.
- Indicator lights in cockpit to show when and which automatic pump is running
- High water auditory alarm by Ultra Switch
- Dual stainless-steel anchor rollers
- Manson Supreme 35 lb. anchor
- 250 feet 5/16 anchor chain
- Nilsson-Maxwell electric windlass with deck mounted foot switch
- Jabsco Ultra 7.0 GPM Wash Down Pump with on-deck hose connector and dedicated through hull.
All canvas custom by Fairwinds Canvas, Racine, WI.
- Boom: Sail Cover
- Deck: Hatch and handrail covers
- Cockpit: Dodger, Bimini, connecting panel and side panels
- Storage: Padded boom and vang bags and segmented mast cover.
- Complete Set of inside cushions
- Complete set of cockpit cushions
Varnished brightwork includes coaming cap, toe rail, winch bases, hatch surrounds, eyebrow, dorade box, companionway drop boards and flag staff. Grab-rails on cabin top, and “at sea” companionway drop boards of natural, varnished teak.
- Stainless cowl vent on dorade box provides ventilation to forward cabin and head. Stainless bow and stern chocks flush-mounted in toe rail. Stainless horn-type cleats fore and aft; 4 Schaefer adjustable cleats amidships.
- Stainless stem fitting with single anchor roller. Lewmar Ocean Series 60 19 in. x 1 9 in. hatchs (2) with tinted lenses on cabin top (2008).
- Sliding teak companionway hatch cover, in tinted marine-grade acrylic
- Teak dorade box cover in tinted marine-grade acrylic by Hatchmasters (2008).
- Ten ManShip stainless opening port lights with screens. Five stainless and glass deck prisms.
- Stainless dodger by and canvas by Fairwinds Canvas.
- Port and starboard Handrails have Sunbrella covers as do the two large hatches.
- Sunbrella Bimini by Fairwinds Canvas zips to trailing edge of dodger and leading edge of Bimini.
Forepeak – Chain Locker
Access to the chain locker is through two louvered teak doors foremost in the forward cabin. The locker contains 250 feet of 5/16 inch anchor chain, a ceiling mounted engine-room style light, the motor for the deck mounted Maxell windlass and two speakers for the Fusion sound system.
Forward Cabin – Living Space
The cabin is maximized for comfort. It has good ventilation and light. It has a large opening hatch, two screened opening ports, and an additional fresh air supply from the dorade. The cabin has a ceiling mounted LED dome light, port and starboard swivel LED reading lights, deck prism and a red floor level night light. The cabin also has two conveniently located 110-volt AC outlets.
The cabin features a spacious v-berth. The v-berth can be made even roomier using a cleverly designed, built-in, slide-out panel. The v-berth is topped with custom cushions that are comfortable to sleep on (new foam in 2019) and that have removeable, washable slipcovers fabric.
Above v-berth, on the starboard side, there are two ceiling-hung lockers with louvered teak doors and removeable shelving, and a long, fiddled shelf. The port side also has two ceiling-hung lockers with louvered teak doors and removeable shelving, and a long, fiddled shelf.
Moving aft, on the starboard side, at chest height there is a cabinet with louvered teak door and removeable shelf; below that, at waist-height, is an open fiddled shelf; below the shelf is a drawer and below the drawer is another louvered door cabinet.
Further aft, on the starboard side (at the cabin entrance), there is a full-length hanging locker, with a removable wooden rod and automatically switched LED dome lighting.
At the end of the v-berth there is a cushioned seat that can be used to sit on when dressing or as a step up to the v-berth.
Under the v-berth, on the port side, is a drawer and a cabinet with louvered teak door.
There is a red, individually adjustable night light mounted just above the cabin sole.
Forward Cabin – Engineering Spaces
Under the v-berth cushion there are removeable panels providing convenient access to several large compartments. These compartments consist of spaces for additional storage, the bow thruster, the dedicated bow thruster-windlass battery, and the black water tank. Under the v-berth seat there is a compartment that has additional storage and that contains the Jabsco Model 52700 wash-down pump and its through hull valve. The pump has an on-deck quick connect fitting. It is rated output at 80 PSI and 7.0 GPM. On-OFF switch for the washdown pump is conveniently located on the aft facing navigation station panel.
Head- Living Space The head is located to port. Ventilation and illumination are provided by a screened opening port, fresh air from the dorade and an LED dome light. It has laminate bulkheads with teak trim. A huge two-door multi-shelf cabinet is located outboard of a Jabsco Twist n’ Lock manual marine toilet. A compact stainless-steel sink in a fiddled laminate countertop is located below a mirrored teak-trimmed medicine cabinet with adjustable shelving. There is a pullout drawer below the countertop. A hand-held pull-out shower head with chrome flex tubing attaches to the starboard bulkhead when in use and drains to a teak-grated sump. The sump pump is a ……….. The sink is plumbed for pressure hot and cold water, and foot-pumped cold water.
Head – Engineering Space
A custom, teak framed, easily removeable panel allows convenient access to the shower sump pump, other plumbing, various through hull valves and the Furuno/Airmar DST-800MSF intelligent Depth, Speed, Temperature multisensory transducer. This transducer is part of the Furuno data network and provides information to the Furuno displays.
Closet Opposite the Head
Opposite the head, on the starboard side, is a full-length hanging locker with removeable hanging rod and a switched LED ceiling light. Mounted in the top of the locker, close to centerline, is the Robertson RFC-35 electronic fluxgate compass. This unit provides magnetic heading information that is used by the JX300 autopilot and the Furuno and Garmin navigators. There is a red, individually adjustable night light mounted just above the cabin sole.
Cabin Floor between Head and Opposite Closet – Engineering Space
Between the port side head and the starboard side hanging locker, (in the cabin passageway, there is a removable part of the cabin sole that provides access to the sonar transducer. The sonar transducer is part of the Furuno DFF-1 Network Sounder system. The sounder is a 1kw unit that provides electronic simulation of the water column (including fish) and the sea bottom contours displayed on the TZT 14 screen at the helm. There is an individually dimmable red night light just above the cabin sole.
Main Cabin Living Space
The main cabin features two cushioned settees, one to port and one to starboard. On centerline is a fiddled teak drop-leaf dining table that seats four. The dining table has an illuminated Ritchie B80 Series compass mounted on its aft facing leg. Each settee has two lockers with louvered doors separated by a fiddled open locker above the backrest cushion, as well as three additional storage lockers behind the backrest cushions. The cushions have zippered, removeable Sunbrella slipcovers with new foam in 2019. A small locker with a louvered door is located just above the cabin sole, in the starboard settee bulkhead
A fiddled overhead locker is attached to the bulkhead above the forward end of the port settee. Both settees pull out to create sleeping berths. There are overhead teak grab rails to port and to starboard. Ventilation is provided by three opening ports to port and three to starboard and one deck hatch. Two deck prisms, four LED swivel reading lights, two LED dome lights provide illumination. There are several individually dimmable red night lights just above the cabin sole. There is a duplex 115v AC outlet in each of the two large open lockers (see above)
Main Cabin – Engineering Space
The keel stepped mast stands midships at the main cabin’s forward bulkhead. All mast wiring is run in the mast. The in-mast wiring terminates at the base of the mast with quick connect fittings. This makes hauling the mast in the fall, and stepping it in the spring, (which we do every year) a much easier task, not requiring disconnecting and reconnecting 20 or more individual wires. There are five quick connect fittings. One connector each for: the masthead FI-5001 Wind Vane, the VHF/AIS/FM antenna, the mast mounted radar, the mast mounted TV antenna and one for other mast mounted items such as the Tri-Color Strobe, Windex light, anchor light, running light, steaming light, spreader/deck lights and fog horn/hailer.
There are two 35-gallon water tanks, one under the port settee and one under the starboard settee with water manifold.
The various compartments in the teak-and holly cabin sole provide access to fuel tank and various mechanical components. Frigoboat keel cooler
The U-shaped galley is located to starboard at the foot of the companionway ladder. A double stainless sink in a fiddled laminate countertop, plumbed for pressure hot and-cold water, as well as foot-pumped fresh and foot pumped salt water is positioned below a single storage locker with louvered door sits outboard of the counter. fiddled open storage locker overhead, and above a storage locker with louvered door below. (Garbage can, refer compressor) To the right, a removable, flush-mounted section of the countertop lifts to access storage for pots and pans.
On the short, bottom leg of the U-Shaped galley is the Frig-O-Boat control device is in this locker. The Trident propane system control device is above the locker.
On a gimbaled Princess two-burner propane range and oven with broiler is located outboard below a storage locker with two, sliding louvered doors. Three storage lockers with louvered doors and a shelf are situated above the periphery of the top-loading icebox, situated aft of the stove. Two drawers suitable for utensil storage are located below the fiddled laminate countertop. A deck prism, one overhead and two over-the-counter LED dome lights with red or white lamps provide illumination.
A teak ladder, with non-stick imbedded on the treads, rests on a removable engine compartment
- Above is small shelf with fiddle rail and a swivel mounted Sirrco fan
High water bilge pump with sensor, Low water bilge water pick up, Groco engine water filter, Dual Racor Fuel filters Nav Station
The aft facing nav station is located to port, at the foot of the companionway ladder, and opposite the galley. A vertical see-through panel protects the desk surface from water splash. A hanging locker for foul-weather gear, with a removable wooden rod, is situated between the companionway ladder and the splash panel. The teak ladder, with non-skid embedded in the treads, rests on a removable engine compartment panel. The hinged nav station desktop opens for storage. A Fire Extinguisher is mounted under the Navigation desk.
The aft bulkhead of the nav station incorporates a variety of flush-mounted instruments and gauges. The vessel’s electrical panel, a Fusion stereo amplifier with 2 speakers in main saloon and 2 speakers in v-berth, and an electronics locker with a louvered door are situated outboard. The nav station also contains one 120V AC duplex receptacle and one 12V DC receptacle, both are wall mounted. The hinged nav station seat also serves as the top of a storage locker, which contains one of the vessel’s two manually operated emergency bilge pumps. Its cushion is covered with a removable Polartec 200 fleece slipcover. An open fiddled locker serves as a footwell below the desk. Illumination is provided by a deck prism and one overhead LED dome light with selective red or white lamps. Overhead - High water alarm box COCKPIT
The aft port storage compartment, under the helm seat) provides access to the autopilot drive. The aft starboard compartment (under the helm seat) provides accesses dual aluminum propane tanks. The main port storage compartment provides access to the steering gear, autopilot drive, hot water heater, domestic water system pump, primary bilge pump, and starting battery. The main starboard storage compartment provides access to the Westerbeke engine coolant expansion tank and a fire extinguisher.
The Westerbeke Admiral engine instrument panel with hinged acrylic cover recessed into port seatback. Connections for the ICOM ram mic and a 12v outlet are in a cubby on starboard side.
The three hose batteries are in the engine space between the port and starboard lockers.
The back of the cockpit coaming has 12v and120v connections for the Engel freezer/cooler.
A destroyer type wheel and Ritchie 6” flat-card compass on a stainless-steel pedestal with throttle and gearshift controls. Stainless 9.5” angled pedestal guard by NavPod for the Furuno 14 inch TZT display, Robertson autopilot control, bow thruster joy stick, and horn.
12 AND 120V OUTLETS
2 – 120 V 30 AMP INPUTS SWITCHABLE --
Electrical and Mechanical
- Marinco Sealink 12V “lighter” outlets: cockpit, nav. Station,
- Alternator: Ampair 125amp with Balmar 612 Regulator (2008).
- Marinco: 125V 30A shore power inlet mounted outboard on port cockpit cowling (2008).
- Stainless 1.125 in. AQ22 propeller shaft
- 16 inch 4-blade, feathering Featherstream prop
- PSS Dripless shaft seal
- Transmission: J-S
- Engine room blower
- Westerbeke Admiral ignition panel with temperature and oil pressure gauges
- Aluminum 10 pound and 20 pound LPG tanks with regulator and solenoid.
- Raritan 6 ga. Hot water heater with heat exchanger (2008).
- Groco ARG engine raw water filter with stainless insert.
- Whale Gusher Galley Mk3 foot pumps (2) for fresh and saltwater at galley sink.
- Scandvik Mono Family Pull out Faucet with stainless flex line at galley sin.
- 3M Model B 1 water filter under galley sink.
- Fuel tank #1: aluminum 5052 H-32 19 gal. by Capeway (2005).
- Racor R20T fuel filters (2) (2008).
- Jabsco 12V electric shower sump pump in head (2008).
- Raritan Electra-Scan type I MSD (2008).
Bilge pump, running lights - cockpit
· Primary anchor: 35 lb. Manson Supreme with 250 ft. of 5/16 galvanized chain
· Windlass: deck switch, dedicated cut-out switch and breaker
Safety & Other Equipment (2008)
· Amerex C02 5 lb. fire extinguishers (2).
· Fireboy Xintex S-2A LPG monitor/control on outboard galley bulkhead.
· Xintex LPG “sniffer” (2); below LPG heater; behind stove.
· Lifesling 2 Overboard Rescue System in plastic case at stern rail.
· Wichard Double Jackline, 35 ft
·Henderson Mark V manual diaphragm emergency bilge pump in cockpit footwell
· Double folding pad eyes for tether attachment by Wichard on cabin top ( 2), in cockpit (6).
· USCG Type I PFDs (4).
· USCG mandated placards (2) .
· Carbon monoxide/smoke detector (2016).
· Boat hook.
· Deck brush.
· Marinco 50 ft. 30A 125 V shore-power cord.
· Boarding ladder by Gemini Marine.
· Outboard motor mount by Edson at stern rail.
· Docklines, nylon double braid, by New England Ropes (4).
· Full set of saloon, V-berth and cockpit cushions by “Fairwinds Canvas”
All ports have screens, back up set provided.
Canvass – covers for at sea and winter storage
SS boarding ladder and OEM teak boarding ladder
NEW SS rigging and parts
New SS lifelines
Pots and Pans
Spare anchor rode
Marinco 50ft. 125v 30amp cords
Dock lines 50 ft, 35 ft
SS boarding ladder
Teak boarding ladder
Two Sitka Spruce Fender boards with lines and end pads
Edson Dinghy Motor mount USA 521-SZ1
Hatches covered with Sunbrella – do not leak even in boarding seas.
Robertson “learning” autopilot. JX300, fluxgate compass and hydraulic liner ram attached directly to the rudder post. This provides an alternative way of steering the boat if the primary, cable based steering system fails.
Dual fuel filters – easy switchover
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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