Built to last by Darryl Lamb, Maine in 1964, COMPASS ROSE is a traditional and rugged Downeaster that presents herself at the dock in Stonington Connecticut as a well maintained, structurally sound fishing boat. Cedar planked on oak frames, fiberglass on plywood deck, lower helm in wheelhouse upper helmstation on flybridge. Her 220 hp Volvo diesel fires up every time and she runs well and true. This vessel has a fine seakeeping ability. Well equipped with Furuno depthmeter/fishfinder, Robertson autopilot, Northstar GPS plotter and Furuno radar.
COMPASS ROSE is an established charter vessel with Connecticut charter permit, however her layout and form could be configured with pleasure boat refinements by a new owner.
- Construction and layout
- Carvel cedar planked on oak frames, deck is fiberglass over marine plywood. Forepeak has large V-berth with ample stowage beneath forward, port and starboard. Overhead hatch provides ambient light and ventilation (solar vent). Moving thru door and abaft to port is enclosed self contained head (porta potti) and to starboard hanging locker with stowage above and cupboards below. Ambient light via two fixed ports. The main cabin features to starboard a fore and aft facing dinette, with stowage beneath settees. Table leaf is currently secured, but could be adapted to drop down to form double berth. Light provided by electric overhead lamp, two fixed ports and an oil lamp. Large seagoing galley to port equipped with propane stove, large stainless steel sink, stowage outboard and beneath countertop ice box. Cushions are dark red vinyl. Steps lead up to wheelhouse. Painted (light blue and cream) wood enclosed wheelhouse (with removable eisinglass window aft), helmstation (with instrumentation and electrical accessory panel) to starboard, large bench to port with rod holders above. Door leads aft adjacent to which is mast and ladder to flybridge with helm. Large aft cockpit with grey painted decks. Teak handholds on coach roof, stainless steel bowrail, wood pulpit. Topsides painted light grey, white boot.
- 12 volt DC electrical system, two 2D marine batteries (new dedicated engine battery, 2012), Breaker panel. Statpower battery charger, shorepower cable. One 110 volt outlet with GFI. Interior light in main cabin. Fixed foredeck lights (x2), fixed aft cockpit lights (x2).
- Electronics and navigational equipment
- Apelco VHF Furuno depthmeter/fishfinder FMV 602 Robertson Autopilot AP 2500 Northstar plotter 951X Furuno radar Danforth compass at lower helmstation, small compass at upper helm Howard Miller barometer Howard Miller Tide and time chronometer Ships Bell Navigation lights Hard mounted horn
- Engine and Mechanical
- 220 HP Volvo diesel TAMD-60B with approximately 5500 hours, Warner 1.9:1 reduction gear. Hydraulic steering. Single screw on 1 3/8" shaft. Cruises economically at 10-12 knots at approximately 4 gallons an hour.
- Ground tackle and sundry equipment
- Lewmar Proseries Electric winch (2 stations) Fortress FX-23 Bower anchor with 30ft chain & 200ft nylon rode Danforth kedge with rode. Rod holders Deck cooler Gin pole Charter fishing gear included. Lifejackets, life ring Flares, first aid kit Fire extinguishers
- Additional comments
- COMPASS ROSE is a unique vessel, one that was built to last, and certainly has. She is thoroughly seaworthy and in nice structural condition. Reliable, rugged and tested she ready for a new lease of life as a charter/sportsfishing vessel or with some adaptation a traditional Downeast cruiser to be proud of.
- 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.
- Rudders and Moorings LLC , Stonington Office: Howard Taylor @ The Forge, 22 Bayview Avenue, Stonington, Connecticut 06378 email: firstname.lastname@example.org