- This boat was built in 1957 by Ray's Classic Boat Shop, Greenport, NY. The last of its kind built there and has done many races in its day.
- This boat was built from William Atkin design #775. William Atkin's drawings have been donated to Mystic Seaport Museum.
- This boat is registered on the American Schooner Association.
A major restoration was done at Avondale Boatyard in Westerly, RI in 2017-2018 including:
- White oak sawn frames were replaced and ten 3" floor timbers all fastened with bronze bolts.
- The lower planking was removed and replaced with new Atlantic white cedar (3 planks up from garboards).
- New stem above waterline.
- Bronze keel bolts were tapped into the lead keel.
- New deck - 2 1/2" layers of mahogany marine plywood with epoxied fiberglass cloth.
- Planks were refastened with bronze screws.
- Cabin top was removed and replaced after new deck beams and decking were replaced.
- The mast steps were refitted with bronze bolts and 3/8" S/S plates.
- The diesel engine was rebuilt in 2012 (approximately 200 hours since rebuilt).
- The electrical panel has been updated - S/S rigging; Sitka spruce varnished spars.
- All rigging has been updated.
- 35 LB CQR anchor; second Danforth anchor.
- 135' of 3/8" chain, 2018; 20' 3/8" chain; 200' rode; 150' 1/2" rode converted to mast self climbing assembly.
- Simpson Lawrence Seatiger 555 windlass.
- Waste water 22 gallon S/S tank, Groco "Sweettank" Aerator, hi level indicator and pump; foot pump at galley sink.
- Wilcox Crittenden "Skipper" head.
- 2018 100-liter drinking water bladder.
- 2 burner kerosene Force 10 stove.
- 12,000 BTU diesel hot air heater, (Webasto heater).
- B&G Zeus 7" MFD marine Map-GPS system, 2018.
- 1972 Sabb 2H 18hp diesel engine, FWC; 2010 new rings, cylinder sleeves and valve job; 2019 new heat exchanger.
- Racor fuel filter.
- 757 engine hours.
- Sabb feathering forward-reverse prop.
- 2018 Standard Horizon Explorer GX1700 marine radio.
- 2019 Promarine Pronautic P Series 20 amp, 3 banks battery charger.
- 2014 Micronet wind meter Tacktick wireless.
- 2002 Raymarine ST60 depth.
- Deck mounted compass.
- Lunenberg Foundry cast iron steering wheel, Nova Scotia.
- Lunenberg Foundry rack and pinion steering system with autopilot gear input.
- Visiball2 British radar reflector, mounted between the main and foremast, 12 mile visibility.
- Fatty Knees 8' fiberglass dinghy, restored 2022; 2 hp Evinrude outboard, 1995.
- 2-12V batteries - one 2022 lead acid and 2017 engine start lead acid.
- Sails are 10-15 years old.
- 13 gallon poly fuel tank in cockpit.
- Headroom at galley: 5'10-6'0".
- Headroom forward cabin: 5'6".
EQUIPMENT (NOT ON BOAT, BUT CONVEYS):
- Winer Sunbrella cover with wood frame.
- Complete Atkins blueprints for this Schooner design.
- Possible Hurricane Mooring in Westerly, RI (call for details).
- 30 gallon diesel tank - portside.
- 2014 Rutland 913 wind generator.
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.
DISCLAIMER TO BOARD VESSEL: In the event the Buyer boards the vessel either on land or in the water without a broker or owner, the Buyer(s) agrees and understands he boards at his sole risk and liability.