Annie Gray is a longstanding YBAA member, offering 41 years of experience in assisting clients in the purchase or sale of high quality yachts of distinction. Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. This rare Canadian built boat is fully restored, used only a few times in the summer (since restoration and full certification by a boat surveyor). I also took numerous pictures that will help show the boat's present condition.The main engine is setting on the engine beds in the engine room. The owner's father was on site every day to oversee and participate in the project.All framing, top timbers, guards and stem were built using White Oak from the Hudson River Valley and western Connecticut. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. The main engine is a Cummins 855 400hp diesel engine that was rebuilt by someone Topher Wurts hired. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase.
Vessel subject to sale, price and inventory changes, and withdrawal from market without notice. The engine is not aligned to the prop shaft or bolted to the engine beds.The fuel tanks were opened up, cleaned, inspected, and pressure tested to satisfy USCG requirements. It was too narrow to gain access to an engine hatch without removing the counters, refrigerators, stove, etc.


All the plumbing is done to USCG specifications.The seacock is installed for raw water cooling for the main engine but no other plumbing is completed. The plan was to widen out the original galley to the same width as the salon section of deck house and incorporate an engine hatch and a semi removable hatch in the overhead to the boat deck.A plan was developed and approved by the Coast Guard. Two sea strainers were reconditioned and are in storage.The main engine does not have an exhaust system.
The house sits on a raised coaming to bring it up level with the forward salon, and the galley sole has been installed.Along with this work, the plan was to remove the aft enclosures that sit atop the rail caps that support the aft deck.
They were to be replaced with turned mahogany compression post with tie rods enclosed matching the existing post in the forward section of the vessel. The plan was to install a wet exhaust system.The rudder is installed and the manual steering system components are still in place in the Lazarette. The helm is still installed in the pilothouse.The original 20KW Northern Lights generator is mounted on the port side.
The original crew's quarters in the forepeak had to be gutted, but no plan was ever developed about a new layout. The forward cabin accessible from the salon by way of the forward stairwell had major alterations planned. This area is where the owner's stateroom or a "honeymoon cabin" while on charter was planned. The plan, although only discussed but never drawn, was to build a centerline queen berth with storage drawers under, with port and starboard hanging lockers with drawers and sitting areas.


There is a hydraulic driven bronze Flomax pump and an electricdriven Flomax HHLP pump plumbed into the system.
The Coast Guard has authorized the relocation of the bulkhead 3 feet forward from the original location to allow room for a centerline queen sized berth. The electric pump would normally be the fire pump and the hydraulic pump is the bilge pump but they could be interchanged. There is a main run through the cabin to the pilothouse with numerous wires but most all branch circuits are removed. The units are in storage and look to be in good shape.There is a refrigerator box unit on the boat that had Grunert holdover plate refrigeration. The head compartment is basically intact but all the fixtures have been removed an put in storage. There are (2) Skipper manual heads in storage that look reusable.There are (2) 30 gallon hot water heaters in storage that look reusable.
The framing has been reconfigured to make a semi-removable engine access hatch without having to cut through the framing.



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