Originally built as "Halaia"
- The Washingtonian has sleeping accommodations for six in three beautifully appointed guest cabins, plus crew accommodation for two. True to her heritage, the interior joinery has been carefully restored. The main salon features the original polished Chestnut raised and fielded paneling. Below decks the cabins are finished in the Herreshoff style with white painted bulkheads, varnished mahogany trim, and varnished raised panel joinery. Rich wall covering is used to provide a tonal contrast to the white bulkheads. Overhead the ceilings throughout the staterooms are stained teak with varnished caps on the deck beams. The cabin sole is covered with needlepoint carpet throughout. Natural light and ventilation is augmented by air conditioning and heat with individual controls and systems in each cabin.
- Main Salon
- The main salon is entered from the aft deck through a wide hinged door which features the option of screened or glass panel entry. The hand rubbed Chestnut joinery includes built-in lockers, and sideboards. Meticulously upholstered sofas and chairs are covered in crisp and comfortable natural fabrics. A large John Trumpy designed convertible height mahogany table centers the room and the Trumpy designed Captain’s Desk provides an intimate place to work. Morris Rosenfeld black and white photographs of the Mystic Seaport collection complete the salon’s inviting décor. The salon windows can be rolled down for natural ventilation. Aft and to port, a companionway leads down to the guest staterooms. Forward and to starboard a companionway leads to the galley, engine room and crews quarters.
- Aft Deck
- Covered by an extended roof, the aft deck can be totally enclosed by the drop-down curtains. Wing doors port and starboard lead to each side deck, and, when opened, these wing doors recess into the forward bulkhead of the aft deck. In addition to a teak dining table with four matching chair, the aft deck is furnished with a comfortable wicker seating arrangement with chairs, loveseat, and side tables.
- Master Stateroom
- The master stateroom was enlarged to accommodate a queen sized bunk, additional storage and book shelves. A large hanging locker is conveniently positioned on the forward bulkhead and offers an acoustic buffer from the guest head and houses a flat screen TV. The master head is equipped with a stall shower, vanity, marine toilet and high quality fixtures. Six large port lights provide copious amounts of light and ventilation to this master suite.
- Guest Staterooms
- Forward of the master stateroom are two identical guest cabins, both with twin berths. Each has hanging locker on the outboard side, plus drawer storage, a night stand, and opening bronze ports. A large guest head is accessed via lower companionway and features period fixtures and a cast iron bath tub.
- The galley is equipped with a four-burner electric stove with oven, Bosche dishwasher, microwave oven, 11-gallon hot water heater (separate from the guest water heater), and household LG refrigerator/freezer. All new Cemento Stilestone countertop and shelf have been installed. The engine room and crew quarters are accessed from the galley. A companionway leads aft and up to the salon.
- Crew Quarters
- The crew quarters are located forward of the galley, and feature a settee to port, over and under single berths to starboard, a chest of drawers and locker, and an ensuite head with stall shower. A combination washer/dryer to port handles all of the day-to-day laundry needs. A ladder to the forward deck is available to the crewmembers.
- The pilothouse is accessed from the side decks via port and starboard wing doors. A comfortable raised settee is positioned along the aft bulkhead. All instruments and controls are mounted for the ease of use and service, and are convenient to the helm. The center panel of the windshield opens, and air conditioning augments the natural ventilation. Just forward of the pilothouse, the foredeck offers a forward facing bench seat for five and two – four teak steamer chairs. Furano 1832 radar with 10” display Furano RD30 Depth sounder ICOM IC-M604 VHF radio Tachometer Horizon Intrepid VHF radio Panasonic telephone system and intercom Wheel steering Chart table Danforth Compass VDO Instrument panel Fire control system handle Garmin GPSMAP 5208 GPS
- Deck Equipment
- Six people Zodiac life raft water activated 30 adult, 4 children life jackets Lighthouse 1501 Windlass 12’ 6” West Marine RIB with 20hp Mercury engine
- MAIN ENGINES /MODEL: Detroit Diesel GM 4-71 (2) HORSEPOWER / CYLINDERS: 138 @ 2000 rpm per engine surveyor SERIAL NUMBERS: Port - 4A61853 Starboard – 4A56693 ENGINE HOURS: Port – approx 3189 Starboard – approx 2653 LAST OVERHAUL: Ongoing ENGINE MOUNTS: Resilient EXHAUST PIPING: Serviceable with approved hoses MUFFLERS / SUPPORTS: Fiberglass Strapped EXHAUST RISERS: Stainless Steel with Insulation ALARMS: Tested and operational TRANSMISSIONS: Allison M20L/R Port - 0403001W Starboard – 030301W ratio: 2 to 1 ENGINE RM VENTILATION: Gravity Ventilation and port lights / natural COOLING HOSE CONDITION: Serviceable with approved hoses OIL HOSE CONDITION: Serviceable with approved hoses EMERGENCY SHUTDOWNS: At helm and serviceable
- The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.