Custom aluminum sloop, ready to sail all latitudes and proven capable of handling hurricane-force winds. Built and rigged to withstand the toughest conditions, her design is dedicated to performance. Every aspect of the construction process and the outfitting followed the same philosophy, overbuild. From the spar and rig to the winches and stanchions, her equipment is suitable for a much larger vessel. She offers that rare blend of exhilaration, comfort, and safety. Re-powered in 2017 by a 50HP Yanmar married with a 3-blade Maxprop for enhanced motoring performance. Her two-cabin layout provides all of the expected amenities and is perfectly suited for living aboard either at the dock or while underway. The hull plate thickness was confirmed by an audio gauge test, 3/16".
For more information and to schedule an appointment to get aboard call Christopher Carney at 401-683-9200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact Christopher Carney at 401-683-9200
Meer specificaties, uitrusting en informatie:
Naam van boot
Werf: John I Carija & Sons Boat Works
Ontwerper: Sparkman & Stephens
Vlag: United States
Kiel: Fin kiel
Romp type: Mono Romp
Lengte over alles: 48 ft 5 in
Breedte: 13 ft 5 in
Lengte over water: 37 ft 4 in
Minimum diepgang: 7 ft 2 in
Maximum diepgang: 7 ft 2 in
Waterverplaatsing: 32000 lbs
Ballast: 15000 lbs
Totaal vermogen: 50 HP
Merk motor: Yanmar
Type motor: 4JH3E
Type motor: Binnenboord
Schroef: 3 bladschroef
Motorvermogen: 50 HP
Kruissnelheid: 6 Knots
Maximum snelheid: 8 Knots
Aantal watertanks: 1 Aluminium (120 Gallons)
Aantal brandstoftanks: 1 Aluminium (60 Gallons)
Aantal afvalstoffentanks: 1 (25 Gallons)
Aantal enkele bedden: 3
Aantal dubbele bedden: 2
Aantal toiletten: 1
Design and History
The inspiration for the hull design was taken from vintage Sparkman & Stephens offerings. The builder/designer, John Carija is well known for quality aluminum fabrication. The hull was originally constructed in 1976 and was purchased by the previous owner in 1995. He then spent two years completing her and preparing her for cruising. While working within the Marine industry, he was able to complete the yachts interior cabinetry, machinery, and rigging. The end result was a remarkably capable, fast and well equipped offshore cruiser. Her handsome lines and powerful rig combine for exhilarating performance on all points of sail.
Construction, Hull and Deck
The hull to deck joint is welded 360 degrees, 3/16" = approximately .190 thickness in all areas. The hull is plated using a 3/16" aluminum plate, framing 1/4" and stringers 3/16". Off-white Awlgrip sprayed on non-skid over the entire deck. Strong perforated aluminum toe rails with attachment points along port and starboard rails. Bow and stern rails are 1-1/4" custom-made bolted through the deck. All stanchions are custom, 1-1/4" stainless steel with double lifelines 1X19 stainless wire. Modified fin keel is all one-piece consisting of no bolts, poured lead with a skeg hung aluminum rudder. All thru-hulls are reinforced Marelon plastic fittings. Aluminum chain-plates are welded into the hull.
Topsides: "Fighting lady" Yellow Awlgrip (2008)
Covestripe: Green style stripe with naming
Bottom: Black (barrier coated /painted 8/2019)
Lewmar low profile deck hatches
(2) Lewmar ports
A single custom-made bow roller welded into bow with Lewmar low-profile windlass
Large S/S handrails mounted around stern and bow
(1) lazarette forward of cockpit on deck
(1) lazarette aft of steering wheel
Edson 40" SS destroyer wheel
Small ocean-going cockpit with a single custom steering pedestal
Whale gusher manual bilge pump located aft of cockpit
Forward and aft dodgers in off-white (2006, like new condition)
(2) Danforth 50lb anchors on bow 1/2" 200ft chain and 200ft three strand anchor rode
(2) SS dorade vents
(2) SS mast pulpits
Accommodations and Interior
The vessel sleeps 8 comfortably with main salon, forward and aft cabins.
Traveling down the 3-step companionway, there are two quarter berths to port and starboard with ample storage surrounding. Head to port with a stand-up shower and sink. Large navigation station desk to port with electrical panel controls overhead. Moving into the main cabin there is a forward-facing U-shaped galley with double stainless sinks. Engine access is center of the vessel under the sinks. Large dinette with roomy seating for 4 to starboard, full-sized settee to port with a fan. The aluminum welded in chain-plates to port and starboard serve as additional storage. Forward is an elevated v-berth with a large storage locker beneath.
Interior is built of solid teak with mahogany marine-ply bulkheads securely thru-bolted to frames on deck and hull.
Vinyl and foam wrapped marine-ply headliners mounted to the ceiling with mahogany cleats.
Deep double SS sinks
Corian countertop in the galley
Lighting is overhead dome or wall sconce
Seafrost cold machine air-cooled refrigeration (top opening, New 2018)
Custom-made Luke ss stove/ oven gimbaled 2-burner, propane systems with (2) tanks in cockpit locker.
Navigation and Electronics
Raymarine 15" touch screen Radar, GPS, Chartplotter mounted under the dodger with repeater below at the nav station (New 2018)
Raymarine 6000 series auto-pilot (New 2018)
Raymarine wind, direction, speed log, and depth sounder mounted on cockpit under engine panel (New 2018)
ICOM VHF with hailer on the mast
Ritchie 6" compass on the binnacle
4" Weems & Plath barometer and ships clock at nav station
All shrouds and stays are 1X19 stainless cable, oversized for the vessel using Staylock terminal fittings.
All running rigging, halyards, sheets, and reefing systems have been replaced in the past 2 years are like new.
(3) sails onboard, Main, Staysail, and Genoa are all built of heavy 10-12 oz dacron
All winches are chrome Lewmar self-tailing, (4) over-sized in the cockpit, (1) cabin top, (2) foredeck, (3) on the mast (all serviced 2019)
Sailtec hydraulic panel operates boom vang and backstay
(3) handheld airhorns
Mounted "No oil discharge" placard
Olin visual distress signals, handheld and pistol grip
Offshore West Marine first aid kit
Single carbon monoxide detector
Winslow 6oSLOP life-raft with soft pack aboard (2019)
ACR 406 MGHZ EPRB (2019)
(4) type 1 offshore adult PFD's
(2) throwable devices, (1) man overboard module and (1) ring
(3) fire extinguishers KID TYPE 2 dry chemical
Electrical, Plumbing and Mechanical Systems
Monitor wind vane generator mounted on the transom
Promariner 30 amp battery charger
120v 30amp AC operates battery charger
(6) Group 29 lead-acid batteries (New 2018)
Battery storage is securely mounted on both port and starboard sides of the engine with good ventilation.
(3) Perko main battery switches directly next to the engine
Custom made bass electrical panel
60 amp Balmar alternator
GFCI outlets throughout vessel
(2) Rule bilge pumps with high water alarms
Fuel and water tanks are center-line integral to the aluminum superstructure
Wilcox Crittenden manual flush head with y-value. All plumbing and poly holding tank new in 2018.
Morse cable throttle controls
USCG hose with new Vetus exhaust pot
Groco raw water strainers mounted in the engine compartment
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.