2005 Holland 32 Downeast Hardtop Cruiser
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Bristol, ME
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 125,000
OLD CROW is a handsome custom-built Holland 32 Hardtop Cruiser finished in 2005 by Farrins Boatshop, well-known as the builder of many “Common Sense Yachts and Workboats.” Farrins sensibly raised the sheerline over the original Holland hull to allow more headroom and storage in her interior. OLD CROW is powered with a Cummins 330 hp CSB 5.9 common rail diesel, offering reliable, quiet, smokeless running at cruising speeds of 12-18 knots. If you are looking for a practical, simple, handsome cruiser, OLD CROW would be an excellent choice. The Holland 32’s are renowned for their seakindliness, elegant Downeast looks and superb performance. Please call us for your inspection and thank you for your interest.
Annie Gray is a longstanding YBAA member, offering 45 years of experience in assisting clients in the purchase or sale of high quality yachts of distinction.
Please call Annie at 207-363-7997 or on her cell at 603-498-3450.
Please contact Annie Gray at 207-363-7997
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 32 ft 0 in
Beam: 10 ft 5 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 0 in
Displacement: 10000 lbs
Total Power: 330 HP
Engine Brand: Cummins
Engine Model: QSB 5.9
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Power: 330 HP
Number of heads: 1
HULL AND DECK:
- Dark green gelcoat hull topsides, red bottom.
- Builder: Hull by Holland Boatshop, Belfast, ME; Finished by Farrins Boatyard, Walpole, ME.
- Designer: Hull-Glenn Holland.
- Hull is fiberglass with balsa-cored sandwich construction, with full length spray rails.
- Tanglewood fiberglass decks and cockpit sole.
- Fiberglass and balsa sandwich construction on the cabin house, Awlgripped white.
- White PVC toerails and handrails, fore and aft; black quarter guards.
- 3 Diamond Sea Glaze aluminum windshield windows; opening windshield in front of helm.
- Farrins Boatshop raised the hull sheerline 2” to provide better headroom, a deeper cockpit, and a more spacious interior.
- S/S deck hardware including one bow and 2 stern bitts and 6 S/S cleats, and bow rail; 6 plastic cleats for fenders.
- 4 white Beckson plastic opening ports with screens and 2 fixed round ports in trunk cabin forward.
- Wynne port and starboard aluminum fixed side windows, with opening screened window in aft bulkhead also.
- Port and starboard sliding doors at companion seat and helm. for easy access to decks.
- Two Bomar hatches with screens over companion and helm seats.
- One Bomar opening hatch in galley with screen.
- Two aluminum Bomar watertight hatches in cockpit sole.
- Four built-in cockpit lockers under port and starboard side decks.
- Reversible S/S dinghy davits.
- Two rod holders in cockpit deck, 2 on engine box.
- Large and spacious cockpit with stern storage seat, and engine box half in pilot house half in forward cockpit with light green Sunbrella cushions.
- Quick dual action 12V windlass on teak bowsprit with roller.
- 2 1/2’ aluminum radar mast with spreaders on housetop.
- Cockpit access hatch to prop if prop becomes fouled; also, access ports to stern exhaust fittings.
Fuel: 125 gallons in two 62 gallon fiberglass tanks.
Water: 39 gallons in Nalgene tank.
Holding: 6 gallon Nalgene tank with y-valve and macerator pump.
ENGINE & MECHANICAL:
- Single Cummins QSB 5.9 inline 6 cylinder, 330 hp diesel, FWC, with 805 engine hours.
- Common rail fuel system for quiet and smoke free running and turbo-charged and after cooled.
- Twin Disc 5062 transmission with Vee drive.
- Wet exhaust with muffler.
- Racor 2040TM fuel filter.
- 1 ¾” Aquamet 22 S/S shaft in fiberglass shaft tube.
- PSS dripless shaft seal.
- Single Ram Billing & Cole hydraulic steering with rubber-coated steering wheel.
- Sidepower SF40S Bow Thruster.
- Serrated line cutters on shaft.
- 4 bladed bronze 20 x 18 LH prop.
- Groco bronze seawater strainer.
- Accuheat bus heater off engine.
- Foam Sounddown insulation in engine box.
- Cruising speed: 10-12 knots @ 1900 RPM; average 2.7 gph over all.
- Maximum speed: 24 knots @ 2600 RPM.
- 12V DC electrical system.
- 16 DC Newmar circuit breaker panel.
- 2 Rule 800 automatic bilge pumps and one 2000 GPH.
- Three bilge alarms.
- Engine exhaust water alarm.
- Two 4D lead acid 12V batteries.
- Battery switch.
- All interior lights have LED bulbs.
- Anchor light is LED.
- For two in an attractive, bright interior with oiled mahogany trim.
- Vee berths forward with a filler piece and 4” Memory Foam mattresses in a pale green Sunbrella fabric.
- There are full length storage shelves over the berths.
- Next aft is the portside galley with a deep S/S sink and cold manual water via a foot pump, a 3 burner LPG Force 10 stove with cutting board, and a built-in Igloo to keep basic stores cold, and several drawers and lockers.
- Ventilation is via a centerline hatch and lighting is from LED dome lights.
- To starboard is an enclosed head with a small oval S/S sink, foot pump, and Jabsco manual head. 10+ gallons fresh water for head in integral tank in keel.
- A hanging locker is just forward of the head.
- Next up several steps is the wheelhouse, with built-in helm and companion seats, with fold-up foot rests, and four drawers under each seat.
- Sliding doors access each side of the deck.
- Aft on the portside of the wheelhouse is a fold-up dining table where 2 persons can sit on the cushioned engine box, and have a great view.
- Aft of the starboard helm seat is storage for 6 life jackets, followed by companionway door to the cockpit.
- The wheelhouse overhead has 3 LED dome lights, two chart lights, and an acoustical insulated overhead for quiet running.
- A simple and practical layout for the cruising couple.
- Engine access is excellent via an engine box.
- Headroom: 6'4" in pilothouse; 6'2" below.
- Azimuth electronic compass.
- JBL AM/FM/CD marine stereo.
- ICOM M402 VHF radio.
- Simrad CX44 GPS-Plotter and Radar with new (2017) battery for plotter.
- 3 AFI wipers.
- 33 lb Bruce anchor with 30’ 5/16” chain and 200’ 5/8” nylon rode.
- Electric horn; bell.
- Orange lifering.
- Cockpit light.
- Quartz brass clock.
- Chart rack in overhead in pilothouse.
- Solenoid shutoff for LPG at stove.
- 2 Boathooks.
- 8 Type 1 life jackets; fenders and docklines.
- Indoor/outdoor thermometer.
- 2 propane tanks.
COMMENTS: OLD CROW is a handsome custom-built Holland 32 Hardtop Cruiser finished in 2005 by Farrins Boatshop, well-known as the builder of many “Common Sense Yachts and Workboats.” Farrins sensibly raised the sheerline over the original Holland hull to allow more headroom and storage in her interior. OLD CROW is powered with a Cummins 330 hp CSB 5.9 common rail diesel, offering reliable, quiet, smokeless running at cruising speeds of 12-18 knots. If you are looking for a practical, simple, handsome cruiser, OLD CROW would be an excellent choice. The Holland 32’s are renowned for their seakindliness, elegant Downeast looks and superb performance. Please call us for your inspection and thank you for your interest.
Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed. Specifications are provided for information purposes. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. Vessel subject to sale, price and inventory changes, and withdrawal from market without notice.
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