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1972 Jarvis Newman Custom Flybridge Cruiser

Cataumet, Massachusetts

$205,000

HUMDINGER really lives up to her name. This 36 Jarvis Newman Flybridge Cruiser was custom-finished by Joel White's Brooklin Boatyard in 1972, and has had the benefit of continuous upgrades and a major refit by her present and past owners. The refit included a repower in 1997 to a single 350 hp Yanmar diesel, painted white bilges, rewiring with new circuit breaker panels, complete cosmetic refinishing, some new electronics, and many subtle improvement which makes this Downeast-style vessel ideally suited for extended cruising. HUMDINGER has cruised South 10 times, and there is more than enough storage and excellent ventilation for this style of long range cruising. Please do not disregard HUMDINGER due to her age or her 4700 hours on her Yanmar diesel. The engine looks "new", and has always been properly maintained and in 1972 her fiberglass hull was heavily built of solid fiberglass so no coring issues will ever appear in her hull. HUMDINGER is a well-maintained, Classic Downeast style vessel which turns heads in any harbor.Thank you for your interest.

Basic Boat Info

Boat Name: HUMDINGER
Make: Jarvis Newman
Model: Custom Flybridge Cruiser
Year: 1972
Condition: Used
Category: Power
Builder: Joel White, Brooklin Boatyard, Brooklin, ME
Designer: Raymond Bunker
Construction: Fiberglass

Dimensions

Length: 36 ft
Length Overall: 36 ft
Waterline Length: 33'9 ft
Beam: 11 ft
Max Draft: 3'6 ft
Displacement: 16,000 lb
Cabin Headroom: 6'3 ft

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Yanmar
  • Model: 6LY3E
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 350hp
  • Year: 1997

Other

Heads Count: 1
Boat Class: Downeast, Flybridge

Contact

Annie Gray
Gray & Gray Yacht Brokers, Inc.

Office

Gray & Gray Yachts
36 York Street
York, Maine, US, 03909
Tel:207-363-7997


VESSEL DETAILS

HULL & DECK:

  • Hand laid solid fiberglass hull, exceptionally thick.
  • Full keel & skeg to protect prop.
  • Dark green painted topsides, white boot top, red bottom; white superstructure.
  • 2015 bottom blasted and epoxied.
  • Fiberglass over plywood buff-colored decks; fiberglass over mahogany plywood house; fiberglass over plywood cabin top.
  • Teak laid and caulked cockpit sole.
  • Varnished and Armada finished exterior teak to the highest standards. Stripped 2019, 5 coats applied, professionally maintained yearly.
  • 2021-2022 fresh coat of exterior varnish. 
  • Built-in aft teak seat.
  • 2020 full flybridge toast-colored enclosure and privacy curtains and zippered windows.
  • Dual helms.
  • Teak bowsprit with roller.
  • Varnished teak ladder to flybridge.
  • 12V Ideal vertical windlass - up only.
  • Danforth dinghy davits, Awlgripped white.
  • Varnished Sitka spruce hollow mast in cockpit, on tabernacle to lower when needed (houses radar and antenna, 316L S/S standing rigging).
  • 2020 Custom boom with authentic hardware.
  • Side windows in salon slide open.
  • Cockpit lockers under wash rails.
  • Spray rail, fore and aft.
  • S/S and bronze fastenings.
  • Bronze seacocks.
  • S/S rudder.
  • 2020 new teak swim platform with swim ladder installed.
  • S/S bow rail; teak and S/S handrails.
  • 7 bronze opening ports.
  • 3 Bomar hatches; built-in screens.
  • Cowl ventilator at bow.
  • 2 windshield wipers with washers.
  • 2020 custom teak hatch with screen and Sunbrella cover installed.

 

TANKAGE:

Fuel: 160 gallons in 2 80 gallon Monel tanks.

Water: 100 gallons in 2-50 gallon poly tanks and 80 gallon Monel tank.

Holding: 12 gallon with y-valve or overboard discharge.

Hot Water: 20 gallons in Monel tank.

 

ENGINE & MECHANICAL:
1997 Single Yanmar 6LY3TE diesel, 350 hp, FWC, with approximately 4800 hours.
• Twin Disc 2.45:1 reduction gear.
2017 5 bladed RH prop.
• 1 3/4" S/S shaft with shaft shark cutters.
• Morse controls.
• Bronze stuffing box.
• Bronze sea strainer.
• Electric windshield wiper.
• 2 Racor 900MA fuel filters.
1995 acoustical sound insulation throughout engine spaces.
1998 Wagner hydraulic single ram steering, main pump rebuilt 2019.
• Bus heater off engine cooling system.
• Mechanical engine gauges.

Cruising speed: 12 knots.

Maximum speed: 20 knots.

ELECTRICAL:
• 12V DC/110V AC system.
2020 2-8D AGM Lifeline batteries - 2020 1 Group 31 engine start.
• Xantrex XM 1800w inverter.
• Bass AC-DC circuit breaker panels.
• Victron battery monitor.
• Allcraft Monel 20 gallon hot water tank.
• 30 amp shore power cord; 30 amp service.
• Forward and aft Rule bilge pumps with lighted alarms.

 

ELECTRONICS:
• Simrad AP II autopilot.
• Standard Horizon 170C GPS chartplotter at lower helm.
• Standard Horizon 1000C GPS chartplotter.
• Standard Horizon Eclipse VHF ram mic.
• Furuno 1623 radar on flybridge (does not operate).
• Standard Horizon Intrepid VHF radio on flybridge.
• Northstar 457 depthsounder on flybridge.
2019 AM-FM stereo installed. 
• Datamarine speed & depth, on flybridge and at lower helm.
• 5" Danforth binnacle compass.
• 4" Ritchie compass on flybridge.

 

ACCOMMODATIONS:
• For four in a bright, well ventilated Herreshoff-style interior, which offers excellent visibility, more storage and a better layout than any other 36 Newman ever built.
• Anchor locker forward, large enough to provide additional storage when needed.
2019 new navy blue - Next aft is a large vee berth with 5" cushions with filler to make a large queen berth. Additional storage is accessed under the berths.
• Aft of the vee berth is one very large hanging locker with one door; to port is a bureau of drawers with enough storage for extended cruising.
• Next aft to starboard is the enclosed head with a Sealand Vacuflush fresh water head to a large capacity holding tank and macerator pump, shower with teak grate, S/S sink and storage lockers.
• To port is a U-shaped galley with S/S sink, hot and cold pressure water, three burner GFI LPG stove and oven, an Adler Barbour 12V refrigerator and small freezer. There are numerous cubbies and lockers, and dishes, etc.
• Up several steps to an attractive main salon with lower helm to starboard, with fold-up varnished mahogany double helm seat with 2019 navy blue velour cushion.
• To port is a chart table and electrical panel followed by an L-shaped settee which converts to a double berth by lowering the varnished dining table (new 2019 blue cushions). There are an abundance of storage lockers, all ventilated to avoid mold from forming.
• The teak and maple cabin sole has numerous coats of gloss varnish and access hatches to the mahogany spaces are excellent.
• Danish Frigast-Chrome reading lights and dome lights throughout.
• Interior joinery is varnished mahogany and teak.
• A sliding salon door to starboard allows exit to a spacious aft cockpit.

EQUIPMENT:
• Fortress anchor with chain lead and 5/8" rode.
• Danforth 20HT anchor with chain lead and 200' rode.
• Chelsea brass ship's clock and barometer.
• Ensign and staff.
• Bell.
• 2-20 lb LPG tanks under flybridge aft seat.
• Deck/cockpit step box with teak step.
• Back-up mirrors for flybridge.
• Radio Shack temperature gauge.
• Windshield wipers with washers.
• Dual trumpet air horns.
• Bomar 12" round hatch from salon to flybridge to pass things up as needed.
• Rod holders in house roof.
• 2 guest fans.
• Fire extinguishers.
• Boat hook.
• 2018  AB/Aluminum bottom with 2018 5 hp Honda 4 stroke outboard.
• LPG solenoid shut-off.
• Life jackets.
• Large fenders with fleece dark green covers.
• Docklines.
• Emergency tiller.
• Outboard bracket.
• Life ring.
• Dometic 110V/12V refrigerator/freezer on flybridge.
2000 full flybridge enclosure, toast colored, with zippered windows.
• Two Pompanette flybridge swivel seats for helmsman and companion.

 

COMMENTS: HUMDINGER really lives up to her name. This 36 Jarvis Newman Flybridge Cruiser was custom-finished by Joel White's Brooklin Boatyard in 1972, and has had the benefit of continuous upgrades and a major refit by her present and past owners. The refit included a repower in 1997 to a single 350 hp Yanmar diesel, painted white bilges, rewiring with new circuit breaker panels, complete cosmetic refinishing, some new electronics, and many subtle improvement which makes this Downeast-style vessel ideally suited for extended cruising. HUMDINGER has cruised South 10 times, and there is more than enough storage and excellent ventilation for this style of long range cruising. Please do not disregard HUMDINGER due to her age or her 4700 hours on her Yanmar diesel. The engine looks "new", and has always been properly maintained and in 1972 her fiberglass hull was heavily built of solid fiberglass so no coring issues will ever appear in her hull. HUMDINGER is a well-maintained, Classic Downeast style vessel which turns heads in any harbor.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.

Additional Contact Information

Annie Gray is a longstanding YBAA member, offering 47 years of experience in assisting clients in the purchase or sale of high quality yachts of distinction.
Please call Annie at 207-363-7997 or on her cell at 603-498-3450


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