1949 Consolidated 40 Commuter Playboat
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- Dubbla / Bensin
- Belägen i:
- CT, USA
- Nuvarande pris:
- US$ 24.900 (SEK 211.735)
Classic motor yacht in good condition ready for a complete historical restoration. The hull is constructed of white cedar double planking on traverse bent frames and oak backbone. There has been recent restoration and repair. She is powered by twin Chrysler 318 V8 gasoline engines that are fresh water cooled.
For a personal description of this vessel, please contact the Listing Broker, Bill Kolkmeyer at 203-878-6373 x 1 (O), 203-856-4669 (C) or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank toy for your time and consideration
Please contact Bill Kolkmeyer at 203-878-6373 ext 1
Ytterligare specifikationer, utrustning och information:
LÖA Längd över allt: 40 fot 0 tum
Bredd: 12 fot 0 tum
Max. djupgång: 3 fot 4 tum
Total effekt: 500 HP
Motortyp: 318ci V8
Motor typ: Inombord
Motorstyrka: 250 HP
Motortyp: 318ci V8
Motor typ: Inombord
Motorstyrka: 250 HP
Färskvattentankar: 1 (50 Gallon)
Bränsletankar: 1 Aluminium (159 Gallon)
Antal singelbäddar: 4
Antal toaletter: 1
Eko lod - Raymarine ST60
Radio - JBL Stereo
Radar - Apelco AR16
VHF - Icom IC-M100
GPS - Micrologic Mariner Plus
Kompass - 5
Logg - Raymarine ST60
Mikrougn - GE
Batteriladdare - Pro Mariner
Varmvatten - Seaward
Eltoalett - w/holding tank
Kylskåp - Norcold
Manuell länspump - One
Elektrisk länspump - Three
DESCRIPTION and some HISTORY
"This round bottom cruiser has accommodations for six on a length of just under 40 feet. The hull is a double planked and bronze fastened and the engines are two Chrysler Crowns (318ci) with 2:1 reduction gears. Way forward is crew space for one man (no longer there on this boat) followed by a two berth stateroom and then the galley and the toilet with a shower. Two guest can be accommodated on the pullman type seat which normally forms a dinning nook on the starboard side of the deckhouse.
The engines are under the deckhouse floor and are accessible through a large hatch. The cockpit itself is entirely open and is almost the same level as the deckhouse floor. Beneath the cockpit is the fuel tank. This boat is the regular standard Consolidated Playboat which has been offered under this trade name for a number of years. The company itself was established in 1885 and has taken over their new plant on City Island which they intend to make one of the best yards in the country. The former plant for virtually half a century was located in Morris Heights on the Harlem River". (From Article of unknown source-1949)
This shipyard was established in the 1850s by George W. Horton, who sold it in 1860 to David Carll. It was bought by Henry Piepgras in 1886 and then by Robert Jacob in 1900. It built subchasers in WWI and returned to yachtbuilding in the period between the wars. In 1946 it was sold to Consolidated Shipbuilding, who moved to City Island and closed their yard in Morris Heights. Consolidated closed in 1958 and sold the yard to Wesley Rodstrom as a yacht repair yard. It is still there, operating as Consolidated Yacht Yard
The Hull: The stem, forefoot kneel and keel joint were repaired and refastened with new bolts . There were several new planks in the transom and the port transom was replaced. All frames and floor timbers forward of the accommodations were 011:replaced, all frames lower ends and some floor timbers in the accommodations were replaced, and all frames under the cockpit were sistered. Garboard strake replacements were made in the fore and aft areas, the sheer planks top halves were replaced, and one short plank replacement was made forward on the starboard side. The hull planking was refastened up to the waterline and above there, at the hood ends, and new fastenings wherever structural repairs and replacements were made. Prior to all this work, the hull was in fair to good condition for a vessel of her age and strictly speaking could have been described as needing repair and complete refinishing, not restoration. Deck: Finished in brushed paint and varnish. Original surfaces have been stripped and refinished very well. Standard woo yacht construction methods and materials, with plywood cabin tops on traverse oak beams, mahogany house and trunk sides and ends, mahogany side decks and teak foredeck and cockpit sole. The original work had been well with good selection of stock and materials, the repairs and restoration had been done accordingly. The vessel's original character and appearances had very little change.
2009: (Consolidated Yachts, LLC)
- Inspect trunk cabins for leaks & dry Rot; Remove midship section on port side, fit & scarf in new mahogany. Install graver piece in port head. Reef out & caulk upper cabin seams. Fabricated, fit and install reinforcement battens (backing plates) around entire interior trunk cabin & match stain & finish as per existing interior.
- Sand, touch up & varnish all brightwork on house, forward & midship decks, handrails, towel racks and flagpole, etc.
- Remove Mast & strip off hardware, epoxy & repair where rotten, prep, prime & topcoat (2 coats) re-attach hardware & step mast after launching.
- Remove hardware on both cabin tops, prep, prime & topcoat cabin tops, bed & install hardware.
- Modify bench seat to fit across tarnsom. strip, sand & varnish (3 coats).
- Polish all chrome
- Stage, prep, prime,topcoat (2 coats-Jade Green) & boot stripe
- Stage, remove all hardware, prep, sand, prime & topcoat cabin sides (white) & re-install hardware.
- prep, seam compound where necessary, sand, wash off & paint bottom.
- Clean-up running gear, remove & replace zincs.
- Install stereo system Fabricate, varnish & install Mahogny box for stereo in csbinet.
- Check out and remove rotten copper exhaust system. Design, fabricate and install new exhaust system.
- Charge & install batteries, change oil, filters and check all fluids. Wash Bilge.
2011: (Essex Boat Works)
- Change impellers
- Change Oil and Filteres
- change spark plugs
- load test batteries - OK
- paint bottom
- Replace shaft and rudder zincs
- Change transmission fluid
- Gear lube
- Clean Bilge
2011 (Consolidated Yachts, Inc):
- Prep, sand, reef out seams, compound where necessary, wash & paint bottom.
- Prep, sand, touch up& varnish (2 coats) on exterior of cabin & decks.
- Check & remove engine room bilge pump w/alarm & automatic float switch. Reinstall new bilge pump w/float switch & repair alarm. Wash Bilge.
- Commission F/W System & head, change oil, oil filters, & fuel filters. Charge batteries & load test. Check & adjust belts & lube both transmission shifters.
- Change transmission fluid in both transmissions
- Clean up running gear, remove & replace zincs & barrier coat.
- Refasten 4 planks at seem, cotton caulk 22 feet of seam, seam compound 150 of seam
- Clean out assorted old caulk that was falling out, re-caulk assorted seams
- Sand and Paint bottom (Black-Pettit Vivid)
- remove and replace distributor caps and clean rotors both engines
- Replace starter motor on Port Engine
2012: (Essex Boat Works)
- Pressure wash, remove barnicles
- Paint Bottom, Water Line and Cove Stripe
- Service Seacocks
- Service Steering System
- Service Stuffing Box
- Inspect and replace as necessary all hoses, belts and clamps
- Empty and replace engine coolant
- Repair Anchor Light
- Repair Engine control (key switch)
- Repair Hot Water Heater
2016: Monroe Boat Shop
- Paint hull sides - Jade Green
- Remove metal guards at stern
- Scrape, sand, fill as needed with fairing compound
- Tape water line, sand, tack and Paint (3 coats)
- Re-bed metal gurads
- Re-tape, sand and paint Waterline
- Repair cracked fiberglass on coach roof
- Re-drill and Re-bung transom
- Touch-up varnish interior cabinets
2017: Monroe Boat Shop
- Remove, repair, replace, refinish all chart tables in the wheel house
- Strip and refinish window sills in wheel house
- Remove, repair, replace Porquet floors P&S
- Remove all hardware, re-bed and re-install
- Strip, sand, repair, re-varnish cockpit verticals
- Sand and varnish teak sole in Cockpit
- Sand and varnish outside surface, main bulkhead
- Fit new wood to outside of cabin (starboard)
- Epoxy repair to outside cabin (port)
- Remove all cabin side rails, vents and misc. hardware.
- Scrape, sand and paint Wheel Hose sides
- Re-install all cabin side rails, vent and misc hardware ( bedded in Dolphinite)
- Re-fasten 4 planks at stem
- cotton caulk 22 feet of seam
- seam compound 150 feet of seam
- Clean out assorted old caulking that was falling out - re-caulk assorted seams as nessary
- Prep, sand and paint bottom - Trinidad SR Black
- Install new shaft and rudder zincs
- Install new distributors caps on port and starboard engines
- Replace starter motor on port engine
- Inspect Gas Tank and Gas Tank Supports - OK
- Set-up and charge batteries
- Wet down interior hull (3 days)
- Dust leaks with fine saw dust
- Clean all limber holes to allow water to pumps midship
- Install new shift cable
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.