Basic Boat Info
Engines / Speed
- Make: Caterpillar
- Model: 3208T
- Fuel: Diesel
- Engine Power: 355hp
36 York Street
York, Maine, US, 03909
HULL & DECK:
- White hull, red bottop, green bottom.
- Solid fiberglass hull and bottom, with original gelcoat.
- Decks, foredeck and superstructure are fiberglass over end grain balsa core.
- Spray rail 1/3 length from bow.
- Semi displacement built down keel with skeg to protect 4 bladed prop.
- Exterior brightwork is varnished or cetoled teak in excellent condition.
- Cetoled teak swim platform and teak boarding treads.
- Custom varnished Edson cockpit table with S/S pedestal guard.
- Dual helms with hynautic hydraulic steering (recently redone).
- Two Edson steering wheels.
- 9'8" long spacious cockpit.
- Two flybridge seats; white with red piping flybridge cushions.
- S/S bow rail runs aft to windshield area.
- Extra hand holds and railings have been added.
- Varnished teak boarding step in cockpit.
- S/S polished Edson dinghy davits.
- Flybridge bimini (bimini cover), flybridge cover and cover for table.
- S/S Ideal 12V horizontal capstan windlass - dual action; with two Hawse pipes.
- Bomar deck hatch.
- Bronze heavy duty bronze opening ports.
- Aluminum mast for radar.
- 2 slider windows in pilothouse were replaced approximately 2002.
- Center windshield opens.
- Fiberglass flybridge seats 8.
Fuel: 200 gallons in two aluminum tanks.
Water: 80 gallons in two poly tanks.
Holding: 20 gallons in poly tank with y-valve to overboard or deck discharge.
ENGINE & MECHANICAL:
- Single Cat 3208T, 355 hp, V8 diesel, FWC (Serial# 01Z03572).
- Engine hours believed to be approximately 5000 hours (Owner reports 2794 hours on meter not accurate).
- Racor 500MA fuel filter.
- Perko bronze sea strainer.
- Fiberglass muffler.
- Twin Disc transmission.
- Kobelt engine controls.
- 1 3/4" S/S shaft; 23 LH 22 4 bladed prop.
- S/S rudder with 1 1/2" bronze rudderpost.
- Espar D3L diesel heater in cabin.
- Cruising speed: 10-12 knots @ 2300 RPM.
- Maximum speed: 14 plus @ 2800 RPM.
- 12V DC & 110V AC circuit breaker panels.
- 2018 two Rolls deep cycle 8D lead acid batteries.
- Guest battery selector switch.
- 30 amp shore power service with shore power cord.
- 6 gallon Raritan hot water heater - runs off engine, replaced approximately 2017.
- 2 Rule 1500 bilge pumps.
- Edson manual bilge pump.
- Groco washdown pump.
- Jabsco Ultra-max freshwater pressure pump.
- For 4-5 in an attractive, bright Herreshoff-style interior.
- Vee berths forward with filler, with drawers and lockers below. The hull is lined with varnished spruce hull ceiling.
- A large hanging locker is to starboard, followed aft by an enclosed head with manual Wilcox Crittenden W.C., sink and handheld shower.
- The galley is opposite to port with a Seaward Hillerange 3 burner LPG stove and oven, LPG remote shutoff, engine-driven Grunert refrigeration and sink with hot and cold pressure water. There is also a Grunert freezer in the cockpit, also engine driven.
- Next up several steps to the main salon.
- There is a custom storage cabinet to port with companion seat. The helm is to starboard with a convertible seat to a table, followed aft by a starboard berth/settee.
- To port is an L-shaped dinette which converts to a wide berth. The table is a hi-lo table.
- The settees are upholstered in an attractive green Sunbrella fabric with backrest cushions.
- The cabin soles are varnished teak and holly soles. The main salon has carpeting over the teak sole.
- 5 engine hatches are manageable in size.
- All the overhead ceilings have been replaced in last 5-6 years.
- Furuno 1830 radar.
- Two Northstar 952X GPS Chartplotters - flybridge and lower helm.
- ICOM IC-M604 VHF.
- Interphase twin scope fishfinder/depthsounder - on flybridge, blurry screen.
- Alpine CD player with 5-6 CD changer.
- 6" Ritchie binnacle compass at lower helm.
- Danforth Constellation compass on flybridge.
- Danforth 22S; 40 lb Luke Fisherman on teak bowsprit with roller and 5/16" chain and 200' 9/16" rode.
- Bruce 11 lb anchor with chain lead and rode in aft lazarette.
- Lifesling buoy.
- 3 fire extinguishers, searchlight.
- Emergency tiller.
- Three directors chairs, white with green seats.
- Fenders, docklines, life jackets, boat hook.
COMMENTS: GENERAL KNOX is a handsome 34' Wilbur Flybridge Cruiser with extended house, not the weekender model. Although she is a 1984 build, she shows like a much younger vessel due to being in the same family since 1986, and being well maintained by the same quality boat shop. Her original gelcoat gleams, and her varnish and cetol are top notch. Her Cat 355 hp (turboed, but not aftercooled) has been properly serviced. She has always been stored indoors since 1986. We are particularly pleased by the interior layout of this Wilbur. There are many custom upgrades which makes her appealing. Please call us for your inspection and we 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.
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.