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38' Newick ECHO II

New arrival

  • Year: 2002
  • Current Price: US$ 150,000
  • Located in Bristol, RI
  • Hull Material: Composite
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Single diesel
  • YW# 24148-3229189

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Other photos: On Mooring 2, On Mooring 3, On Mooring 4, On Mooring 5, Cockpit, Galley, Galley, V-Berth, Main Cabin Berth, V-Berth, Electrical, Electrical.

Mockingbird was meticulously built in Virginia by the multihull specialists at Lombardi Yachts and launched in 2002.

There have been numerous upgrades in 2017 and 2018.
New In 2018
Standing and Running Rigging
Karver KSF1 furler (for screacher)
Mainsail: Doyle Stratis ULx Square Top
Jib: Doyle Stratis ULx Roller Furler Genoa
Sceacher: Doyle A5
Force 10 two burner propane stove
Tayler Tundra refrigerator

New In 2017
B&G Zeus 2 touchscreen multifunction display and plotter
Raymarine ST60 Depth/Speed
ACR Electronics GlobalFix V4 EPIRB, Category 2
Four ACR Electronics ResQLink+ Buoyant Personal Locator Beacons
AIS transceiver
Zodiac tender
Hot/Cold pressure water
Hand shower in cockpit
Cockpit Cushions

Custom Variations from Newick’s stock Echo II Design
1. The carbon fiber mast and boom were especially designed and built to avoid the need for any diamond stays and spreaders. This includes the telescoping bowsprit for the hadsails -- it has no whisker stays or bobstay. The boom and bowsprit are triangular in section. (Original cost for spars was $70,000)
2. The length of all hulls was increased at both ends during construction to provide additional longitudinal stability and load carrying, which made possible the later additions of the inboard engine and tankage, and the anchor windlass and chain locker.
3. The sides of the amas, and the cross beam connectives, are reinforced with copious unidirectional fiberglass, to withstand very hard driving to windward. The Newick hallmark of achieving very high speeds in very rough water, critical in racing, also translates to very easy motion and quiet, restful running when sailed at cruising speeds.
4. There is a custom, slightly elevated coach roof over the main cabin area. This adds ample standing headroom and port lights in the main cabin.
5. Dick Newick particularly liked what he called “this superb boat.”

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3 Narrows Rd.
Wareham, MA 02571, United States

Tel 508-568-6331
Fax 508 295 9082
Email Us

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