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SPECIFICATIONS AND EQUIPMENT
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HULL CONSTRUCTION
Solid hand-laid fiberglass hull in polyester resin.  Linear polyurethane paint finish--snow white with flag blue double bootstripe.  Green antifouling paint.  Solid mahogany toerail, finished bright.

                   


HULL DESIGN

Hull designed by Carl Alberg, NA.  Full keel with cutaway forefoot, attached rudder.  28'-3" overall; beam 8'-3"; draft 4'-0"; displacement approximately 7000-8000#.  Lead ballast approximately 3000#.

                   

         


DECK CONSTRUCTION

Meranti marine plywood substrate over laminated mahogany deck beams, encapsulated in epoxy resin and sheathed in biaxial fiberglass and fiberglass cloth set in epoxy resin.  Beige nonskid surface throughout.  Solid mahogany cabin trunk and cockpit coamings, finished bright. 

         

DECK DESIGN
Custom design incorporating large daysailing cockpit and small cuddy cabin with unique and stylish laminated, curved mahogany profile.

              


COCKPIT

12' open cockpit, self-bailing.  Meranti marine plywood substrate over laminated mahogany beams, encapsulated in epoxy resin and sheathed in biaxial fiberglass set in epoxy resin.  Beige nonskid surface, laid teak cockpit sole hatches.  Solid mahogany benches and cockpit coamings, finished bright.  Raised panel bulkheads.  Bronze cockpit scuppers and flanged bronze seacocks.  Laminated mahogany/walnut tiller with bronze tiller strap and cap; tobin bronze rudder shaft.  Solid mahogany companionway and drop boards, mahogany sliding hatch, finished bright.

         

    

MAST AND RIGGING
Tapered aluminum spars, keel-stepped and fractionally rigged with jumper struts and airfoil spreaders; built in 2005 by Metalmast Marine in Putnam, CT.  White linear polyurethane finish.  Internal halyards.  Lighting includes all-round white light at masthead, steaming light, and foredeck light.  3/16" stainless steel wire rigging with swaged terminal ends, 2005.  Windex apparent wind indicator.  Aluminum boom (Metalmast Marine, 2005) with internal reefing and outhaul controls and equipped with Garhauer rigid boom vang and Garhauer mainsheet tackle (4:1).  2005 CDI roller furling headstay.
SAILS
Dacron tri-radial mainsail and roller furling genoa, built in 2005 by Hallett Canvas and Sails, Falmouth, ME.  Sunbrella mainsail cover.

         

    

RUNNING RIGGING AND SAILING GEAR
Samson 3/8" double braid, all halyards and sheets.  Garhauer rigid boom vang, stainless steel.  Lewmar #30 2-speed self tailing winches for genoa sheets, and Lewmar #7 halyard winch on mast.  Garhauer mainsheet tackle.

         

         

DIESEL ENGINE
Model:  Vetus M2.06, based on the Mitsubishi L2E-61DM (2005)
Type:  4-stroke Diesel engine, inline 2 cylinder block
Weight:  216 lb.
Rated output maximum:  16hp@3600 RPM (flywheel)
Rated output maximum:  15.8hp@3600 RPM (prop shaft)
Torque:  21.6 ft.lb@3600 RPM
Fuel Consumption:  6.9oz/hp/hour @2500 RPM

Epoxy-laminated engine foundations tabbed to the hull with biaxial fabric in epoxy resin.  Flexible engine mounts, Teleflex single lever engine control.  3/4" Aquamet shaft with bronze 2-blade propeller; bronze stuffing box.  Professionally installed in accordance with applicable regulations and standards.  Engine access afforded through removable cockpit sole hatches for ease of maintenance.


FUEL SYSTEM

13 gallon polyethylene fuel tank, Racor primary fuel/water-separating filter.  USCG A1 fuel lines (SAE J1527), A2 fuel fill hose.  Professionally installed in accordance with applicable regulations and standards.


 


ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Two (2) Group 27DCM deep cycle batteries, 12-volt.  #2AWG tinned battery cable, #12AWG primary wire, tinned marine grade.  All wiring indelibly labeled and all connections crimped and heat shrunk for protection and watertight integrity.  8-position Paneltronics electrical service panel with battery disconnect switch.  Four cabin lights, mast lighting (described above), bilge pump, running lights.  Professionally installed in accordance with applicable regulations and standards.

    


SANITATION SYSTEM

Porta-Pottie 135 portable toilet, self-contained.

INTERIOR

Day cabin with v-berth and seating areas.  Custom cushions by Hallett Canvas and Sails (2005).  Traditional Herreshoff interior decor with white-painted beadboard paneling and satin-varnished mahogany trim throughout.  Mahogany cabin sole, cypress v-berth ceiling (hull liner).  Exposed varnished mahogany deck beams with white-painted beadboard overhead.  Abundant stowage in lockers outboard of settees and beneath seating areas.  Large enclosed chain locker forward.

   
 

EQUIPMENT
Four (4) Type II PFD
Inshore alert/locate flare kit
Danforth 13# anchor, chain, and rode
Two (2) Taylor fenders
Three (3) Samson dock lines
Boathook
Winch Handle
 

Please contact the builder, Tim Lackey, with any questions, or to arrange for a personal inspection.  This is a special boat filled with unique touches and outstanding systems installations.

207.232.7600
tim@lackeysailing.com

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