With a major structural, systems and cosmetics restoration and refit just completed ANNELISE is in new boat condition yet offered for sale at a fraction of the cost for equal new boat construction.
Designer: Sparkman & Stephens
Builder: Nouway, Norway
Year Built: 1958
LOA: 35’ 6”
Beam: 10’ 4”
Draft: 5’ 9”
Displacement: 14,000 lbs.
Rig Type: Fractionally-rigged Sloop
Auxiliary Propulsion: 2012 Universal (Kubota) Model D1005-ET01, 17.5 hp
Engine hours: Approximately 40 hours
Cruising Speed: 7 Knots
Diesel Fuel Capacity: 24 Gallons
Fresh Water Capacity: 20 Gallons
Displacement style full-keel with keel-hung rudder
Carvel planking of (reported) Spruce planking over White Oak frames and structural members
Teak rub rail with polished stainless steel guard
Exterior cast iron ballast keel with stainless steel keel bolts.
Rudder is a white oak & Douglas fir composite construction pinned with stainless steel drifts and encapsulated with FRP cloth and resin.
Teak decks laid over Okume marine plywood
House sides are of varnished teak
House top is of Okume marine plywood overlaid with FRP cloth and painted with Awlgrip
Topsides and Bright Red with gold leaf cove stripe and White boot stripe
Stainless steel bow pulpit, stancions and stern rail with double coated wire life lines
Stainless steel anchor roller on White Oak anchor platform
Polished stainless steel dorade style cowl vent (1ea forward)
Varnished teak toe rails with polished stainless steel chocks fore and aft
Polished stainless steel and teak docking cleats
Polished bronze anchor locker hawse pipe and cover
Varnished teak cabin sides with 5 opening ports and 4 fixed port lights.
Opening hatch (forward cabin) on cabin top forward of mast
Varnished teak handrails (4ea) on cabin top
Varnished teak traveler boss with Harken mainsheet traveler system
Varnished teak companionway hatch slide and removable companionway doors.
Varnished teak cockpit coamings and winch bases
Polished stainless steel dorade style cowl vents (2ea aft)
Varnished teak lazzerette hatch
Access to the interior spaces of ANNELISE is by way of a centerline companionway ladder descending from the cockpit above.
To port and starboard of the companionway ladder are a pair of quarter-berths that extend aft under the cockpit seating and extend forward just enough to be able to gain comfortable access to the quarter-berths without taking up too much valuable living space forward.
Forward of the partial bulkheads at the heads of the quarter-berths is the main saloon (living space) area. To port (out board of the dining table) is an L-shaped settee that provides dining seating space for up to four persons. Inboard of the l-shaped settee there is a drop-leaf dining table located just to port of centerline. Having the table slightly off-set to port allows for a clear passage space thru the main saloon towards the more forward area of the boat. To starboard is a long galley counter running the entire length of the main saloon fore and aft
Galley equipment & features in this space includes:
Norcold refrigerator (built in cabinetry under galley counter)
Double basin stainless steel galley sink equipped with pressure and manually supplied cold fresh water built into galley counter top.
Princess 2-burner electric stove top built into galley counter top
GE microwave oven built into cabinetry under galley counter top
Under counter drawer storage.
Storage lockers outboard of the galley counter.
Continuing forward there is a passageway extending to the forward cabin. To starboard of the passageway are storage lockers. To port of the passageway is the head area.
Equipment in the head area includes:
White porcelain sink basin let into the counter top.
Pressure water (fresh / cold) supplied to stainless steel faucet
Storage in the cabinetry below the counter top and in lockers above and outboard.
Vac-U-Flush marine toilet.
Vanity with mirror door
Furthest forward is the forward sleeping cabin with accommodation for two persons in a double “Pullman style” berth off set to port with storage drawers under berth
Cabin sole throughout the interior spaces is varnished Teak and Holly
Natural light and ventilation provided by sliding companionway hatch, fixed port lights (4ea) in the main saloon, opening ports (5ea) in passageway,/ head area / forward cabin and an opening hatch in the forward cabin overhead.
Artificial light is well provided for with globe, dome and reading lights well positioned throughout the boat.
Engine: 2012, Universal (Kubota) fresh water cooled diesel
Model #: D 1005-ET01
Horsepower: 17.5 hp
Engine hours: Approximately 40 hours
Westerbeke Tachometer and engine gauges for charging voltage, engine temperature, oil pressure and engine hour meter.
Hurth ZF transmission
Vetus throttle & transmission control
Pull cable type engine shut-off
Stainless steel propeller shaft (1”)
Bronze propeller, 3-blade, 14 x 8
Fuel capacity: 24 Gallons
Tankage: Kozma Welding 5052 aluminum tanks (2ea) located in aft bilge area
Fill pipe on aft deck
Racer fuel filter / water seperator
12 Volt ship’s electrical system and 30 Amp shore power system
Separate battery banks for engine start and ship’s systems.
Engine battery: Single 12 volt battery stored in battery box located in engine compartment
Ship’s batteries: Eight 6 volt batteries stored in battery boxes located under port pilot berth and dinette seat locker.
Main battery selector switch: Perko rotary switch located by starboard pilot berth
Main electrical panel (16 circuits) located starboard aft in main saloon
Helm panel: Engine ignition & gauges, Bilge pump switch located in cockpit starboard.
Magnum Energy 60 Amp Inverter
Hubbell 30 Amp shore power cord with 30 / 15 amp pigtail adapter
AC power panel with 7 circuits
60 Amp alternator
Pressure water (fresh / cold only) supplied to galley & head faucets
Raw (fresh) water supplied to galley faucet by means of foot pump
Raw (fresh) water supplied to Vac-U Flush marine toilet
Approximately 20 Gallons fresh water capacity
Tankage: One extruded poly / plastic water tank located under berth forward
Flojet 4405-143 pressure water pump
Vac-U-Flush marine toilet
Extruded poly / plastic waste / black water tank
Deck pump out
No overboard discharge
Stainless steel rudder post
Composite (wood / frp) keel hung rudder
Ritchie bulkhead mounted steering compass
Garmin GPS Map 5208 Chartplotter / Radar
Standard Horizon Eclipse DSC+ Vhf radio
Seth Thomas ship’s clock
Double spreader, fractionally rigged sloop configuration
Hollow box construction varnished Sitka Spruce mast and boom
1 x 19 Stainless steel wire shrouds, headstay and backstay with turnbuckle adjusters
Stainless steel chainplates
Aluminum spinnaker / whisker pole
Double braid halyards and sheets
Sails by North Sails
Main sail cover
Halyard / Mast winches: Harken #8, 2ea
Sheet / Cockpit winches: Harken #44ST, 2ea.
Harken mainsheet traveler
Custom varnished teak and polished bronze turning blocks engraved with boat name.
Type II PFD’s: 10 ea.
Type IV: 1ea Life ring, 4ea Cushions
Fire Extinguishers: Kiddie 2ea.
Distress Signals: Handheld flares
Navigational Lighting: Masthead, Port & Starboard, Stern
Lenmar Delta plow anchor (10kg) with 3/8” coated chain and Nylon rode
Stainless steel bow roller mounted on White Oak anchor platform
Docklines and fenders
Aluminum boat hook