1987 Jarvis Newman Cruiser
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Southwest Harbor, ME
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 175,000
Annie is one of four Jarvis Newman 36s that the Henry Hinckley Company beautifully finished. She has a well-designed interior with superb craftsmanship. She has been very well maintained and stored inside. Her navigation equipment is recent and her engine has less than 2000 hours. She is one of the nicest Newman 36s finished and represents a fine Downeast cruiser.
Please contact Kathe Newman Walton at (207) 244-5560
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Jarvis Newman
Designer: Raymond Bunker
LOA: 36 ft 0 in
Beam: 11 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 4 in
Total Power: 250 HP
Engine Brand: Detroit
Engine Model: Allison 8.2T
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1612
Engine Power: 250 HP
Cruising Speed: 10 mph
Maximum Speed: 15 mph
Number of heads: 1
Hull #86. Hand laid fiberglass hull built by Jarvis Newman Boats in 1987 and finish design and build by the Henry R. Hinckley Company, both of Southwest Harbor. Hull designed by Raymond Bunker. Custom cabin and deck assembly with built-in nonskid. Solid skeg with fiberglass rudder. Flag blue awlgrip topsides, very light gray awlgrip house, cabin & decks.
1988 Detroit Diesel Allison 8.2T engine, 250 HP. FWC. TD 2.1:1 transmission, Aqua Drive anti-vibration drive system. 1 1/2" SS shaft swinging a 4-blade Hy-Torq 20x22 LH custom prop with cutters and cage. Racor 900 fuel filters on quick change manifold with vacuum. Oil transfer pump for engine. Vetus bow and stern thrusters. 1612 engine hours.
Fuel: 200 gallons in two tanks
Water: 100 gallons in 1 tank
Holding: 1 polypropylene tank
Two 8D 12V batteries for house and 1 separate starting battery. Balmar 100-amp alternator. Master Switch 1-2-Both. 110V system with Sentry 40-amp converter, inverter, Circuit breaker panel, and shore power w/cord.
The private stateroom is in forward cabin aft of rope locker.Two 6'10" vee berths (with filler) upholstered with blue fabric. Storage below. With filler piece removed is a lower seat. Aft to stb. is a hanging locker and to port is a built-in bureau. Varnished cherry sheathing with shelves outboard. Reading lights, two opening ports w/screens & curtains, and a cabintop hatch w/screen--all for good ventilation and light.
Through door to main cabin is Norcold refrigerator to starboard with counter above. To port is the galley with a Force 10 three-burner stove w/oven, double SS sink with hot & cold pressure water, and microwave. White Formica counters, lockers outboard, below and aft. To starboard is the enclosed head with SS sink w/hot & cold pressure water and hand-held shower. Skipper toilet w/chrome-plated base and pump handle plumbed to holding tank, equipped with monitor and Jabsco offshore pump-out system. Through companionway steps w/SS hand rails to Pilothouse.
Helm is to starboard with SS Destroyer wheel. Varnished cherry dash w/built-in instruments and controls.Three-window windshield w/3 electric wipers and washers, starboard window opens. Side and aft windows open, with screens and curtains. Matching port and starboard electric helm chairs w/high-low & swivel controls. Settee to port is currently fixed but can be made into a double berth with removal of helm chair. To starboard is an outboard shelf and the dining table that can be stored beneath settee. Pilothouse sole is covered with blue carpet and Sound Down. Headroom is 6'5". An attractive space with very good visibility.
Stepping through the centerline teak door is the 8'8" long cockpit. Sole is oiled teak with three hatches. 16" stern deck with enclosed center locker below for life raft, flanked by open lockers for fenders and lines. Forward are two cushioned lockers with the port side housing the propane tanks. To starboard is an electric chair lift to facilitate boarding.
Side decks are 10" with varnished teak toerails. Hinckley customized SS rails surround the boat with three gates--port, starboard, and aft. Varnished teak handrails on pilothouse and cabintop. Varnished teak bow pulpit for two anchors. A foot button installed for windlass control on foredeck.
Ritchie 5" Compass
Robertson 3000 autopilot (rebuilt 2006) w/remote
Raynav Hybrid-touch Radar/GPS
ICOM 604 VHF radio with AIS
Datamarine knotmeter, Depth & Log
Airman Weather Station-Wind, Direction & Barometric Pressure
Reverse-cycle 16000 BTU A/C
Automat Halon engine room fire system
Solar power vent
Sony CD, cassette, AM/FM radio system
Bruce 44-lb Anchor w/200-line and 40' chain
Simpson Lawrence electric Windlass with rope/chain gypsy & rope drum
Freshwater cockpit deck wash
Saltwater foredeck wash
Perko pilothouse spotlight
3 Fire Extinguishers
Dock lines and Fenders
SS dinghy davits
Electric boarding chair system on starboard side of cockpit
Winslow 6-person Life Raft (inspection good until 2016)
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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