REFIT BY TERN BOATWORKS IN CHESTER BASIN, NOVA SCOTIA, GAMAGE SHIPYARD IN SOUTH BRISTOL, MAINE AND THE HINCKLEY COMPANY IN SW HARBOR, MAINE: (2019-2022)
- Rebuilt the trunk cabin and deckhouse and installing new aluminum Bomar windows.
- Rebuilt the aft cockpit bulwarks; rebuilt solid teak transom.
- Construction of new settee in main cabin with custom upholstery.
- Installing a new Force10 propane cookstove and oven.
- Installing a new solar powered 12V refrigeration system.
- Refinishing the entire length of both sets of teak handrails (lower and upper).
- Replacement of head plumbing and pump, and new water lines; also, new 12V macerator pump.
- New Garmin® GPS-Chartplotter-Radar package with touch-screen display.
- Replacement of mufflers and exhaust system.
- Solid teak transom rebuilt at bottom half.
- Propeller shaft struts with new backing plates replacement and reinforcement.
- 2020 Starboard engine injector rebuilt and fuel pump.
- Custom teak bridge deck.
- Bulwarks and rubrail rebuild.
- Rubrail repair with new section.
- New mattresses in trunk cabin and stateroom.
HULL & DECK:
- Blue hull, white boottop, red bottom.
- 2020 strip off all bottom paint, replace some planks recaulking and seaming, repaint hull.
- 2020 strip teak transom and apply 8 coats of Awlwood varnish.
- 1 1/4” mahogany planking over Yacal frames (Chinese white oak).
- Bronze fastened.
- Teak decks.
- Bronze stanchions.
- S/S bow rail.
- 4 deck drains.
- Sampson post.
- 6 Hawse pipes.
- Teak hatches.
- Teak grab rail.
- Teak anchor platform.
- Self-draining teak cockpit.
- Teak transom with teak swim platform, with swim ladder.
- Some new planking around shaft logs and new logs.
- Four windows in aft cabin; 2 opening.
- Ten windows in main cabin; nine are new, five open.
- Three windows in forward vee berth, one opens.
Fuel: 300 gallons in 2 new 2019 aluminum tanks.
Water: 300 gallons in 2 new 2019 S/S tanks.
Holding: 40 gallons in 2 plastic tanks with 12V macerator for aft head; forward 12V macerator not working.
ENGINE & MECHANICAL:
- Twin Ford Lehman 2703E diesels, 120 hp, 6 cylinder, FWC.
- Engine hours: Port: approximately 6600; Starboard: approximately 6600 hours.
- Morse throttle controls.
- 2019 Sounddown insulation in engine room.
- 2019/2020 new mufflers and exhaust system for both engines.
- Racor fuel filters.
- Dual 3 blade propellers.
- Dual 1.5” S/S shafts.
- Dual spade rudders.
- Cruising speed: 8-9.5 knots @ 1800 RPM @ 3-4 gph.
- Maximum speed: 10 knots.
- 2019 12V DC system & 110V AC system with new AC-DC circuit breaker panel.
- 2019 Six batteries; 2-8D for engines and 2-8D for house.
- Professional Mariner 60 amp battery charger.
- Xantrex Digital Echo charge battery charger.
- Go Power solar flex 100w solar panel with BlueSolar charge controller.
- 2019 Onan 7.5kw genset, model MKDBH.
- Sleeps five in a tri-cabin layout.
- Two staterooms (one forward, one aft, each with its own head, shower and spacious storage) and a deckhouse. The boat may be operated from the main helm in the deckhouse or from the bridge.
- Upper and lower helm controls are Morse dual system.
- Original teak cabinetry, dovetailed joinerwork, and generous drawers and bins throughout.
- There are also spacious closets and storage cabinets.
- The flooring in the deckhouse and main stateroom is teak parquet.
- Galley with large S/S sink, 12V Adler Barbour refrigerator run with solar panels, new Force 10 three burner propane stove and oven.
- Aft head is a 12V Raritan head; forward head is a manual Baby Blake head.
- Garmin GPSMAP 7612 chartplotter with Radar touch-screen with GPS mounting at main helm as well as on bridge – includes a depthsounder.
- GMR18 x HD, 20” HD Radar Antenna.
- Raytheon ST60 depthsounder.
- Danforth Constellation compass.
- Danforth/White compass on flybridge.
- ICOM ICM-504 and 2020 Garmin 110AIS Series VHF in pilothouse.
- 2019 Lewmar windlass – dual action.
- 4 large fenders.
- New nylon docklines.
- Chelsea and Harbormaster tide clock.
- Stereo with speakers.
- Life jackets.
- 4 fire extinguishers.
- Orion handheld flares.
- 2 electric bilge pumps.
- 8 foot Zodiac with 6 hp Suzuki outboard.
- Extensive ground tackle inventory including: 400 ft three strand nylon rode with galvanized chain in forepeak with capped hawse pipes; Several spare storm rodes; Rode-rider.
- 1-60 lb CQR, 1-45 lb CQR, 1-40 lb Danforth, 1-70 lb Bruce, several rigid and collapsible grappling hooks, launch hooks and dinghy anchors.
- Spare port and starboard bronze 3-blade propellers.
- Anchor roller in pulpit.
- Sunbrella bimini and aft cockpit companionway dodger – dark blue.
- Bridge deck seat covers.
- Custom radar mast.
- 2 white folding chairs.
- Custom teak gangway that converts to floating dinghy dock/swim platform extension.
COMMENTS: CARMEN B is one of the handsome “woodie” Grand Banks 42 double cabin trawlers built in 1969. She has had extensive upgrades done the last 3 years with the highlights to include new fuel and water tanks, new generator, new electrical and electronics, new mufflers and exhausts, new rebuilt injectors and fuel pump on starboard engine, and much more. Please see the full upgrades listed above. CARMEN B has really good bones and now needs some additional cosmetics. Please call us for your inspection and thank you for your interest.
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. These specifications are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed. Specifications are provided for information purposes. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. 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.
Mechanical Disclaimer: Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meter. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise, and major overhauls as well as ALL other representations noted on the listing.
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