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1984 Bluewater Ingrid 38 Ketch

East Boothbay, Maine

$54,900

38' Atkin Ingrid 38 Ketch, 1984

Basic Boat Info

Boat Name: NASHAWENA
Make: Bluewater
Model: Ingrid 38 Ketch
Year: 1984
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Construction: Fiberglass

Dimensions

Length: 38 ft
Length Overall: 37'9 ft
Waterline Length: 30'1 ft
Beam: 11'4 ft
Max Draft: 5'6 ft
Displacement: 25,000 lb
Ballast: 8,000 lb

Other

Heads Count: 1
Boat Class: Ketch

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

UPGRADES & IMPROVEMENTS FROM 2014-2021:

  • Shore power, May 2014.
  • 11 gallon hot water tank, April 2014, 110V off engine.
  • All waste hoses and thru hulls new, and 15 gallon S/S holding tank and Whale Titan holding tank manual pump, March 2016.
  • Jabsco head, June 2018.
  • S/S external chainplates.
  • All standing rigging replaced 2017.
  • New sail track for main and mizzen track, new sails 2017.
  • New PSS dripless shaft seal 2017.
  • New electric management system with new high output alternator and 2 banks of 2 each new West Marine Group 27 12V gel batteries (4 x 88 AH), 2017.
  • New 2020 electric panel.
  • New hull paint Awlgrip “Stars & Stripes” blue 2020.
  • Sea water impeller replaced 2021 on engine.
  • New starting battery – West Marine Group 27 12V gel battery 2021.

 

HULL & DECK:

  • Solid fiberglass hull, Awlgripped  “Stars & Stripes” 2020.
  • Encapsulated ballast.
  • Fiberglass decks and cabin trunk.
  • Tiller steering.
  • Bronze seacocks and deck hardware.
  • Interior joinery is varnished cherry.
  • Skylight midship and forward hatch with access to foredeck; bronze opening ports.
  • S/S bow and stern rails, stanchions and double lifelines.
  • Boom gallows, heave S/S posts.
  • Teak cockpit grate and hot and cold shower.
  • Lazarette hatch.

 

TANKAGE:

Fuel: 42 gallons in 2 tanks.

Water: 90 gallons in 3 tanks.

Holding: 15 gallons in new S/S tank. 

 

ENGINE & MECHANICAL:

  • 2004 Yanmar 4JH3E 55 hp diesel, 4 cylinder, FWC, with approximately 1320 hours as seen on meter.
  • Cruising speed: 5.5 - 6 knots @ 2600 RPM

 

ELECTRICAL: 

  • 2014 Shore power.
  • 4-120V outlets.
  • Battery charger.
  • 2017 new high output alternator.
  • 2020 electric panel replaced.
  • New electric management system with new high output alternator and 2 banks of 2 each new West Marine Group 27 12V gel batteries (4 x 88 AH), 2017.
  • New starting battery – West Marine Group 27 12V gel battery 2021.

 

ACCOMMODATIONS:

  • Vee berth forward; shelves above storage below in drawers.
  • Head is to starboard with cold water foot pump operated.
  • Open locker forward of head.
  • 2 lockers portside aft of vee berths (1 sail, 1 general) with storage above.

 

MAIN SALON:

  • Single berth to starboard with storage below, behind and above.
  • Solid fuel Dickinson stove on starboard forward tiled bulkhead.
  • 2 single berths to port (lower with pullout to a large single), with storage below and behind.
  • Fixed table, coverts to double.

 

GALLEY:

  • Aft to starboard with Luke LPG stove and oven, sink, and Origo refrigeration, well insulated box to port with chart table above.
  • Wet locker aft by companionway stairs; superb engine room access.

  

ELECTRONICS:

  • Garmin 545 GPS and Garmin 176 GPS.
  • Furuno 1623 radar.
  • Raymarine Ray 49 VHF.
  • Standard Horizon DS 35 depthsounder.
  • Ritchie compass.

 

SAILS & RIGGING:

  • 2017 fully battened mainsail.
  • 2017 Roller Furling genoa and self-tending working jib (tanbark).
  • 2004 mizzen.
  • Gennaker with sock; 2 stormsails (never used).
  • Painted spruce box construction masts, booms and bowsprit.
  • Mast stepped in S/S tabernacles.
  • Roller furling genoa.
  • New S/S standing rigging 2017.
  • Mainsheet winches: 2 Anderson 46 ST 2-speed winches.
  • Mainsheet traveller installed June 2015.
  • 4 Lewmar & Barient winches.

 

EQUIPMENT:

  • Revere Coastal compact life raft (may need recertifying).
  • 45 lb CQR with 50’ chain and 200’ of 3 strand nylon rode.
  • 44 lb Bruce with 50’ chain and 200’ of 3 strand nylon rode.
  • 75 lb 2 piece Luke Fishermans type.
  • Manual S&L 555 “Seatiger” windlass.
  • EPIRB.
  • West Marine roll-up 8’ inflatable with 2.5 hp 4 cycle Suzuki outboard.
  • Companionway Dodger; covers for all hatches, windlass, winches, tiller, etc.
  • Awning.
  • Dickinson solid fuel heater.
  • Electric and manual bilge pump.
  • Life jackets, fire extinguishers, fenders, docklines.

 

BUILDER’S SPECIFICATIONS:

HULL:

25 mil gelcoat, your choice of colors. Anti-fouling paint molded in below the waterline. 6" bulwark molded in at the hull sheer to mate with glass deck. Layup: 1 layer each of 3/4 oz. Mat 7 1/2 oz. Cloth, 3/4 oz. Mat, then 7 layers of 24 oz. Roving topsides, 9 layers of roving 1 foot above the waterline and down. Last 6 layers

doubled over center seam. 6 extra layers down stem and stern. The lines, of course, are Atkin's original; still proven superior to all modifications.

 

BULKHEADS:

1" AA marine plywood glassed to hull and deck. Wood is pretreated for maximum resin penetration, then set on 1/2" foam strips on the hull to prevent hard spots and five proper contour for bonding of glass. Bonded to hull with I layer mat and 3 layers roving, 12" wide, each side of the bulkhead.

 

RUDDER:

Heavy glass laminate wrapped around Klegecell foam core. Installed with massive bronze gudgeons and pintles. It wasn't until we felt we could build a rudder strong enough to hold 13 tons of boat adrift backwards that we finally felt secure in offering a rudder for the Ingrid.

 

DECK AND CABIN TOP:

Deep non-skid pattern molded in your choice of color. Deck has 6” upturned lip to mate inside of hull bulwark. Layup: 15 rnil gel coat, 1 layer each of 1 1/2 oz. Mat,7 oz. Cloth, 24 oz. Roving, 1 ½ oz. Mat, 3/4" balsa core, 1 1/2 oz. Mat, 3 layers 24 oz. Roving, 4 layers of 1/2" plywood laminated under main mast step location, 3 layers

under mizzen. The deck is not just stiff; it is engineered to withstand tons of green water.

 

DECK BONDED TO HULL AND BULKHEADS:

6" upturned lip on the deck is mated with the 6" hull bulwark. The connection underneath is glassed with 1 layer 1 1/2 oz. Mat and 3 layers 24 oz. Roving, 12" wide. Bulkhead to deck joints glassed with 1 layer mat and 3 layers 18 oz. Roving. The deck to hull bond makes the difference between a pleasant, dry interior and a

constantly wet boat at sea.

 

BALLAST:

8,000 pounds total. Approximately 7300 pounds steel and 700 pounds resin and sand. Placed inside the keel full fore and aft from bobstay iron to the stern shoe, approximately 20" deep at the deepest part. Glassed over with 1 layer 2 oz. Mat, 6 layers roving to provide a double-bottomed boat, box beam rigidity, immense strength. Cooper screen laid under the ballast with copper cables up to each bulkhead for a ground plane for long distance radio. Also serves as grounding for all fittings. Limber pipe laid in ballast to drain water under the tanks. If you want extra tankage volume, lead may be substituted for steel. Price quoted at time of construction.

 

INTEGRAL TANKAGE:

Fuel and water tanks, varying in size, but approximately 50 gallons each. All glass, baffled, heavy construction, gel-coated on inside. No plumbing or openings. Utiiizes otherwise unused space below the engine.

 

BOBSTAY:

l/2" x 1 1/2" x 4' polished stainless steel. Installed with 1/2" x 6" stainless bolts, heavy timber backing block. Note: All fabricated stainless steel pieces are of type 316, the highest quality (and most expensive) grade.

 

CABIN SOLE:

1" marine plywood painted cream, laid between bulkheads and glassed to hull sides. 6'4" headroom standard; more if ordered. Neat hatches cut down center for access to tanks and bilges.

 

INTERIOR PLYWOOD:

Glassed to hull, wood-to-wood joints fastened with cleats, bronze screws and plastic resin glue. Facing pieces are not glued so they can be removed to cut out the doors and drawers. Antique white-faced laminate on plywood is available at extra cost (also available for bulkheads). This allows you to move aboard and trim

 

SPARS:

Laminated clear spruce, 49'10" x 7" x 9" main, and 34'x 5" x 7" mizzen. Resorcinol glued. sanded smooth, wrapped in plastic. Main mast contains 4 wires. no fittings. Masts are deck stepped. Set contains 3 booms, 3 pairs spreaders, laminated bowsprit.

 

MAST TOPS AND SPREADER SOCKETS:

Heavy duty aluminum and stainless fittings. 3 sheaves on main, 2 sheaves on mizzen. Sockets with all tangs, pins and bolts.

 

STANDING RIGGING KIT:

For ketch per plan we furnish: 1/2" and 5/16" stainless 1xl9 wire (triatic stay is 3/16", bobstay shrouds 3/8"). A1l eyes and turnbuckles are Castlok. Strongest and best fittings we know of according to several torture tests conducted by boating magazines.

 

CHAIN PLATES: Externally mounted to hull.

12 singles, 4 doubles, 2 whiskers. Singles are 2 1/2" x 24" x 1/4" tapered, highly polished stainless steel. Punched for carriage bolts.

 

BOW AND STERN PULPITS, LIFELINES, STANCHIONS AND GATES:

Pulpits are 1" stainless steel. Upright sections are double walled (3/4" stainless pipe inside of 1" pipe). Stern pulpit has stern electric light on a teak pad. Stanchions and pulpits mounted to bulwark of boat, not to deck. Lifelines are plastic coated stainless, with turnbuckles and fittings. A proper 36" high off deck.

 

BOWSPRIT FITTINGS:

The gammoning iron is on the stem of the hull. It supports the bowsprit and is also the collar for the forestay. Holds two bronze anchor rollers which are included. The cranze iron, on the forward end of the bowsprit, is a 4" diameter capped pipe with ears on the top, sides, and bottom for stays and shrouds. Full 14" fastening

plate on top for headstay and jib furlings hardware. This allows ample room for roller-furling gear behind headstay. The butt plate at back of bowsprit bolts through deck to hold bowsprit in place. All fittings are heavy, drilled, and highly polished.

 

MAST STEPS:

Stainless steel, swiveling. Huge hinge-shaft pulls for easy stepping or un-stepping. Bolts on deck.

 

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.

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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