Custom Steel Motorsailor for sale in Oregon. Junk style Schooner rig with freestanding composite masts buitl well and with excellent hardware. Built extremely well to go anywhere and in any ocean. With comfortable room for owner and guests, this is a wonderful vessel! Bow thruster and much more. See the Full Specs for details. Vessel is operational and some small details to complete. Sunbird Marine in England, the authority on Junk Rig, did the sails and engineering of construction done by Gilbert Vic. See full specs for all the details.
Buyers, contact Andrew Richardson in advance to assist in purchase of the awesome steel Motorsailor for sale in Oregon and ready to sail away today!
2019 information updated:
Perkins 110 hp turbo is keel cooled and only has 850 hours on it
800 of them I put on the boat.
The hull is 1/4 inch plate below water line 3/16 most other places
The house is two sheets of MDO out door sign plywood with West Systems
epoxy in between and on the outside as well.
Fuel tank hold about 280 gallons. Instant hot water on demand from propane.
110 gallons of fresh water 55 black water tankage.
Last haul out in 2017, report that hull was examined closely and did not find anything wrong with it at all.
Top side paint needs touchup here and there
Includes a large double sided anchor windlass with one 65 pound CQR anchor
and one 60 pound Bruce anchor about 150 feet of 3/8 BB chain on each
All the AGM batteries were just replaced 2 years ago the last ones
lasted 16 years.
2000 watt heart inverter charger.
Includes a single cylinder Kubota diesel engine with a alt on it that
has never been used.
Toyotomi forced air diesel heater
10 qubic foot freezer
10 cubic foot freezer
New main mast and new main sail 640 square feet in 2019
300 feet of new halyard line 2019
electric winch for halyards if needed.
Newer main sail, mast and king post that is 12" diameter shedule 80 powder coated. Newer Thru-hull water intake system. New AGM Batteries and 600' of new line for both sails and captains chair. The house is composite construction with a steel framework to which is bolted a plywood and fiberglass skin. The plywood is 1/2" with two layers of glass cloth and epoxy. The hull is insulated with 4" polyurathane which was poured in place. The deck is insulated with rigid foam and everything has a layer of aluminumized cloth which acts as a vapor barrier. The ballast is 8646 pounds of lead ingots incased in concrete and sealed with epoxy. The ingots are secured with steel braces welded across the keel. Provision was made to add ballast if necessary. The prop is a 23" X 21" three blade. The sails are built by Lee and they are tanbark polyester. The lines and offsets were drawn by Gilbert Vic, who lives on Puget Island and is listed in an appendix if the book "Steel Away". Last Haulout was in August this year. The bottom was taken down to bare metal last September and given three coats of Ameron 235 and three coats of Ameron bottom paint. The hull and house was last painted two years ago with Cloverdale industrial epoxy paint which should provide an excellent base for LP or any other type paint desired. The stern extension is the swim platform and sugar scoop transom. Manuals and records available. The boat was designed by Gilbert Vic, Cathlamet, WA. The boat is pretty conventional in design. It is a full keel hard chine shape with no radical or unusual features. The mast placement was determined by Mr. Vic. He is listed in the directory of designers in the book "Steel Away" authored by LeCain W. Smith and Sheila Moir. The masts were engineered by J. Albert Rolston, an engineer specializing in fiberglass composite materials. They were constructed by Corrosion Controllers Inc. Washougal, WA. The engineers report and lay up schedule are available. The sails were designed by Sunbird Marine Services, Fareham, Hampshire England. They specialize in designing junk rigs and sails. The sails were built by Lee Sails, Hong Kong. Additionally, all material and equipment receipts are available as well as user and service manuals for the main engine, generator, transmission and other equipment to include the electronics.