The hull and deck were built in 1996 by 5 Islands off the 35 ft.
Bruno molds. The hull is solid
glass with no core. The deck and house are cored.
The fuel tanks are located under the afterdeck, which is fitted with
4 fuel fill access pie plates
and two large Bomar deck manholes.
The after starboard steering station also houses the propane tanks.
Water fill, fuel fills,
and shore power
located in the
enters into the
chart table (right)
and 4-man dinette (below) to port,
and inside steering station with helmsman's chair and heater to
3 steps lead down to the lower cabin with:
double bunk to port
head, shower, and
large hanging locker to
chain locker in
Foredeck and deckhouse are fitted with 5 opening, windowed hatches.
Engine: A single Cummins ( BCTA 8.3 MT), 400 HP with 4800+ hours
Transmission: Twin Disc MG 507 A, ratio 1.51:1, completely rebuilt by
Twin Disc, now
with 550 hours
Cascaded external Racor fuel filters (30 micron and then 10 micron)
! External electric fuel priming pump
Electric lube oil drain and fill pump
50+ gal. fuel day tank and three 50+ gal. fuel tanks (2 year old
aluminum) with electric
transfer & manual pumps
Hart (4 tank) air pressure fuel gauges
One 8D glass mat starting battery with emergency cross-over switch to
Rebuilt injectors, new belt, and new water pump were installed this year
2 electric and 1 hand bilge pumps with high water alarm
New electric Jabsco macerator head with Y valve overboard or into
holding tank. Holding
tank has Y valve to overboard macerator pump or pump-out deck fitting.
About 100 gal. in two water tanks with 2 foot pumps and electric pump
with electric or
engine heated water heater, shower in head.
1 CO and 2 dry fire extinguishers ! 2
2 propane tanks vented overboard !
2-burner propane cook stove with broiler
Dickenson Newport propane heater, and a Fireboy propane alarm system
solenoid valve and bilge sensor
Shaft mechanical seal, water lubricated, flexibly mounted to shaft log
ICOM 1CM 502 VHF
Furuno Navigator GPS
JRC 3000 radar
Sitex Explorer Plus GPS chart plotter with 15" screen, driving a
Robertson AP 35
second chart plotter (Standard CP 1801)
600 ft depth sounder
through-hull speed indicator
AM-FM, CD JBL MR 16 stereo
TV with DVD player & antenna
110/12 volt refrigerator/freezer
110 volt microwave
2 vee berths
dinette that converts to bunk
45-pound CQR anchor with 200 feet of 5/16" chain,
Bruce anchor with chain and 200 feet of 5/8" nylon rode,
two station electric chain windlass, and dock lines.
3 8D glass mat house batteries
1200 watt inverter
Cruzpro TAH 35 battery sensor ( voltage, amps, and amp hours)
gauged breaker panel
200+ amp alternator
temperature compensated 3 stage regulator
40 amp 120/12 volt shore power charger
7 grounded 115-ACV duplex outlets
two 12-VDC cigarette lighter outlets
foam/lead sound proof engine box
foam/lead cabin sole underlayment
lower cabin hull lining insulation.
Eperb emergency locator radio beacon
Kelvin White 5 inch compass
Lots of life vests.
Two wall-mounted fans, plus fan in heater.
2-station hydraulic steering, and 2-station hydraulic throttle/gear
2 radar reflectors
Afterdeck frame and awning
Chart table and chart storage
15 drawers, many cuddies, and large under-bunk lockers
4-man life raft with auto-barometric release
9-ft. Avon dinghy