BIG PRICE REDUCTION ON 'WISE MAID'....2018 HULL SANDED, CAULKED AND FAIRED, WITH A FRESH COAT OF BOTTOM AND HULL PAINT.
Wise Maid was built by the renowned Maine Lobster and Downeast Cruiser wooden boat builder Robert Rich of Bernard / Bass Harbor Maine in 1972. Her construction when built was first quality and her current owners have maintained this level of quality in all the work they have done. In 2007 she underwent a “Picnic Boat” modernizing upgrade, replacing the wheel house main cabin and adding mahogany toe-rails. The galley, head, and main cabin have had recent upgrades of countertops faucets and toilet. Her interior is spacious with a rather open traditional layout for four (4) with Concordia style berths in the main saloon with adequate storage.
Interior spaces are well lit with natural light which is reflected by the white painted joinery picked out by varnished mahogany trim. Coming down the companionway the galley spaces are located to port and starboard with sink and counter space to starboard and stove to port. Forward of the galley areas is the main saloon with settee seating port and starboard along with pilot berths outboard both sides. Furthest forward is the enclosed head area.
The galley features atwo-burner Homestrand stove, cooler, galley sink with pressure water
Head Equipment: Private marine head forward, with a 9 gal holding tank with 'Y-valves' for discharge overboard or into holding tank, head sink with pressure water. Head hose's and pump replaced 2015.
Hynautic hydraulic steering system
Edson stainless steel destroyer type wheel
Skeg / keel hung rudder. Rudder Rebuilt/Reinforce in 2016 with West System/3Layers of Fiberglass cloth, sanded and faired.
Rudder bearings repacked with water-proof grease and rudder stuffing BOX tightened.
Bronze rudder stock with oak blade
Uniden Oceanus DSC VHF radio
Lowrance Elite 7 GPS chartplotter and depth sounder 2014
Ritchie 5” helm compass
Stereo with 2 speaker in cockpit
Two 12-volt marine batteries set up as separate banks for house and engine
both Batteries new 2016.
Primary battery selector switch with circuit panel for ship’s systems
Built down, carvel planked, semi-displacement hull
Hull painted Green in 2015
Dog house forward with hard top pilot house area
Cedar planking over steam bent Oak frames
Stem, keel, floors and other structural members of sawn oak construction
Silicon bronze fastened
Topsides are painted grenn with red boot stripe and blue bottom
Varnished mahogany transom
Decks, cabin sides and cabin tops are marine plywood with white painted surfaces
Toerails, handrails, cockpit coamings are of varnished mahogany
Cockpit / hull interior sheathing is of varnished mahogany
Cockpit sole is oiled cedar
Cockpit furniture and details of varnished mahogany
1987 Chrysler Marine, LM360, 8 cylinder, 275 HP, FWC, gas engine
Stainless steel 1 ½” propeller shaft
Bronze 4-blade, 19”, RH propeller
Monel fuel tanks (2ea), 100 gal
Primary and secondary fuel filters
Cruising Speed: 9 knots @ 2000 RMP
Maximum Speed: 18 Knots
Danforth anchor with chain (6’) and rode (100’)
Secondary / stern: Fortress anchor with chain (6’) and rode (100’)
Good F850 electric windlass
Bilge blowers (2)
(2) Electric w/float switches / manual bilge pumps
Fire extinguishers (3)
Life Jackets / PFD’s (3)
Stainless steel bow rail
Teak swim platform
Dock lines and fenders
Deck mahogany bench seats and table
20 Doaks Lane, At Little Harbor
P. O. Box 924
Marblehead, MA 01945