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2007 170 (ft.) Freeport Shipbuilding Three-Masted Topsail Schooner

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General Information

Listing# 11199

Price
$1,800,000.00
Location
CT, United States
Manufacturer
Freeport Shipbuilding
Boat Type
Sailboat
Model Year
2007
Year Built
2007
Category
Antique and Classic
Designer
Tim Graul Marine Design
Model
Three-Masted Topsail Schooner
Status
Used
Length
170 (ft.)
Bridge Clearance
107'
Minimum Draft
10.5
Maximum Draft
18
Beam
32'
LOA
170'
SailArial
8500 sq ft
Displacement
400
Fuel Capacity
5830
Water Capacity
3598
Water Capacity
2140
Hull Material
Steel
Deck Material
Teak
Hull Color
White
Fuel Tank Material
Lugger
Fuel Type
Diesel
Number of Engines
1
Engine Horse Power
500
Engine Hours
2290
Number of Staterooms
17
Number of Crew Berths
8
Sleeps
34
Number of Heads
10

General Details

This beautiful topsail schooner was designed for charter, with separate dining room and lounge on the top deck, and a commercial galley. She is a U.S. flagged vessel; USCG certified for ocean routes with an overnight passenger capacity of 34 in 17 comfortable double cabins and a day sail capacity of 150 passengers. She is USCG certified for a minimum of 8 crew for limited voyages and 12 crew on overnight voyages. Perfect as a sail training vessel, she could also be converted into a very handsome private yacht. Built in Florida, she is suitable for chartering in US waters under Subchapter T. Offered at a fraction of replacement cost, this vessel represents a great value in today's market. Owner is motivated. Serious offers welcomed.

Additional Equipment

Sleeps up to 34 passengers in 17 cabins. The ship's deck has three deck houses covered in beautiful varnished wood planking with beautiful arched windows. Gear storage boxes built into the side of the deck houses provide seating for passengers. Starting at the bow are the anchor gear and liferafts. Next aft a small structure is the companionway to the forecastle with crew quarters for 8. The next deck structure is the lounge with doors fore and aft, and ample windows, lounge seating and small bar with wine cooler. In the lounge center is a companionway leading to 8 double cabins on the lower deck. Each cabin is equipped with a sink and vanity. There are two heads and two separate showers. The next deck house is the dining room which also has fore and aft doors, and ample windows, tables and chairs, a service bar and icemaker. The dining room has one head. In the center of the dining room is a companionway leading to the lower level with access to 9 aft cabins, two heads and two showers, galley and engine room. The aft deck house has navigation station and office with officer's quarters, head and shower. All doors on deck are water-tight steel doors.

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