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1956 73 (ft.) Camden Boat Works Dory Yacht Trawler

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General Information

Listing# 128202

Daytona, FL, United States
Camden Boat Works
Boat Type
Model Year
Dory Yacht Trawler
73 (ft.)
Hull Material
Fuel Type
Number of Engines
Engine Type
Engine Hours

General Details

Classis Canoe Stern Trawler - Winner "Best of Show" 2010 - "First Place - People's Choice" 2012

Pilot House - with Large Sun Deck and Tender Storage above Main Cabin

Fully Air Conditioned - 4 Separate Systems - w/Heat Pump

3 Staterooms -2 Crew Cabins -  3 Heads w/Showers - incl.: FORWARD - (2) Crew Cabins and (1) Stateroom- Head & Shower --- AFT-Master Stateroom w/ en-suite bath,  plus  Guest Stateroom w/Head & Shower

Main Deck incl.: Office Forward - Raised Pilot House - Galley - Main Salon w/Working Fireplace - Dining Area - Semi Enclosed Aft deck Lounge

Large Engine Room Amidships

Custom Woodwork and Cabinetry throughout - incl. Maytag Washer and Dryer

Beautiful Galley with Newer Maytag French Door Refrigerator, Dishwasher, Whirlpool Microwave, Hotpoint 4 Burner Stove/oven

Two Detroit 671 Diesel Engines ( low hours) Ganged Together Thru Falk Gearbox to Single Prop Shaft

Full Displacement Hull - Solid Construction - 1 1/2" Philippine Mahogany Carvel Laid Planking on 3"x3" White Oak Frames - 10" on center - 3/4" Fiberglass Shell over the Hull Below Waterline - w/No Delamination (see full specs)

This is one of the finest Classic vessels to be found anywhere. She has been well maintained and upgraded, and shows her true pedigree. This yacht is ideal for live aboard or cruising. Her large owner's cabin is well appointed, and there are 4 additional guest cabins. Her large Salon - Shaded and partially enclosed aft deck, plus upper sundeck - Offer abundant living and entertaining space.

Contact the listing broker for more details or to make an appointment to see the exceptional Yacht.



Year Built .......... 1956 Builder...Camden Shipyard.. Camden ,Maine Designer ........... Geerd Hensel Fiberglass over Hull ( below waterline) 3/4 in thick ...2007 Engine:  (2)  Detroit 671 diesel w/Falk gearbox - 135 HP each ( fresh watfer cooled - naturally aspirated w/dry exhaust) Port - 2020 ..hours ......... Starbd ..3340 hours LOA......................  72' 10: ...................................  22.2 meters waterline .............  65' 5"  ....................................  19.94 meters Beam ..................  18' ..........................................  5.49 meters Draft .....................  5' 9" .......................................  1.75 meters Weight ................. 140,000 lbs ..........................  63,503 kilo Fuel....................... 1260 gal ...............................  4,770 liters Fresh water ,,,,,...,,,, 800 gal ...............................  3,028 liters Holding ( MSD Type lll holding tank
  ACCOMMODATIONS: Main deck layout provides for office forward, raised pilot house, galley with serving area, main salon with fireplace and dining area and semi enclosed aft deck lounge area. The main salon is equipped with fireplace and bookcases forward, also with TV and entertainment system. Fireplace is installed as a component system, with "Martin" chimney system, labeled as UL listed. Lower deck layout, accessed by forward stairway, includes two staterooms with bath as well as engine room amidships. Lower deck layout, accessed by aft stairway, provides for master state room with en-suite head, along with two guest staterooms and bath. Sun deck layout includes davits and storage area for two tenders port and starboard amidships, along with sun deck area aft
  INTERIOR DESCRIPTION: JOINERY AND FINISH: Above average, shows as high quality workmanship. INTERIOR BULKHEADS: Finely fit STORAGE AREAS: The cabinets, lockers, drawers, and shelving are3 well crafted and finely fit HEADLINERS: Headliner material in the cabins is a light colored vinyl. DOORWAYS: Hinged solid wood doorways throughout the vessel, FABRIC AND CUSHIONS: Good condition
  GALLEY SYSTEMS: Galley is located forward of the salon. Equipped with a double stainless basin with drainage to topsides, equipped with an In Sink Aerator disposer, a Hotpoint 4 burner propane stove/oven, a Maytag French door refrigerator, a dishwasher, and a Whirlpool microwave oven... Stove and refrigerator are in recent condition, reported as installed 2009. LIQUIFIED PETROLEUM GAS SYSTEM (LPG) TYPE: The vessel is equipped with a propane system; three 20 # cylinders are stored in an upper deck locker. Inline regulator and shut off valve inside locker. Additional shutoff valve noted in the galley headliner. Seamless copper lines from LP regulator to galley stove. Inline pressure gauge noted inside locker for leak down testing,
  ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT VHF: Raytheon Ray 49 VHF, . Motorola Spectra, reported 100 watt, RADAR/SOUNDER/GPS PLOTTER: Garmin GPS Map 4212, combination gps/plotter/radar, with open array found to be securely mounted above, AUTOPILOT: Garmin GHC10 control unit, COMPASS: 8" Danforth White Constellation, ANTENNAS: All antennas sighted appear to be well mounted and serviceable. SHIPS CLOCK: Weems and Plath brass ship's clock and barometer, INTERCOM/HANDHELD: Motorola Spectra w/Radius SP50 handheld, OTHER: Vosper Maxi hydraulic stabilizer system,   TELEVISIONS: 25" Insignia aft deck, 42" Samsung for salon and master stateroom, all with separate satellite system receivers, STEREO: Yamaha AV/stereo system at salon, with amplifier, receiver, sat radio receiver, dvd,
   GENERATORS TYPE: Manufacturer        Model                                  Onan                     15.0MDJF-3CR/2268AA   15   KW diesel   18 hrs Onan                     15.0MDJF-3CR/2268AA      15   KW diesel   17 hrs NOTE: Hour meters were reported as renewed with generator rebuild LOCATION: Engine compartment port and starboard. COOLING SYSTEM: Closed coolant and raw water exhaust type. FUEL FILTER: Remote mounted Racor fuel/water separator with engine mounted secondary. EXHAUST SYSTEM: Aqualift type with rubber hose, double clamped and supported, Exits port and starboard ELECTRICAL SYSTEM (D.C. SYSTEM) VOLTAGE: Lead acid battery powered 12 volt system. BATTERIES: Type/Size Capacity Location 31 Optima 900 cca     thruster 4D 1000 cca     genset 8D 1300 cca       engine 8D 1300 cca       engine PANEL: The main DC panel was located at the helm, and at the forward engine compartment bulkhead. Overcurrent protection provided by fuses and breakers. PANEL: The main DC panel was located at the helm, and at the forward engine compartment bulkhead. Overcurrent protection provided by fuses and breakers. TYPE CONNECTORS/WIRING: Round, captive type connectors where observed except as noted. Serviceable. Wiring was PANEL: The main DC panel was located at the helm, and at the forward engine compartment bulkhead.   Overcurrent protection provided by fuses and breakers... TYPE CONNECTORS/WIRING: Round, captive type connectors. . Wiring is stranded copper/tin plated boat cable CHARGING SYSTEM (BATTERY CHARGER): LaMarche Constavolt 12 volt charger mounted engine compartment, DC output overcurrent protection observed as inline fuses, Bow thruster batteries are equipped with separate Xantrex 24 volt, 25 amp charger, m/n XC2524, CHARGING SYSTEM (ALTERNATOR): Engine belt driven alternator, MAIN BATTERY SWITCHES: Two Blue Seas rotary switches forward bilge for thruster, generator rotary switch, windlass rotary switch, and also a rotary switch aft engine compartment. stranded copper/tin plated boat cable where sighted. CHARGING SYSTEM (BATTERY CHARGER): LaMarche Constavolt 12 volt charger mounted engine compartment, DC output overcurrent protection observed as inline fuses,. Bow thruster batteries are equipped with separate Xantrex 24 volt, 25 amp charger, m/n XC2524, operable. CHARGING SYSTEM (ALTERNATOR): Engine belt driven alternator, MAIN BATTERY SWITCHES: Two Blue Seas rotary switches forward bilge for thruster, generator rotary switch, windlass rotary switch, and also a rotary switch aft engine compartment.   ELECTRICAL SYSTEM (A.C. SYSTEM) SHORE POWER INLET: One Hubbell 50 amp/250 volt inlet located port side deck, AC SOURCE SELECTOR SWITCH: Rotary type in the main electrical panel, forward engine compartment bulkhead, clearly labeled. MAIN BREAKER: Square D household type, in the main AC panel, along with individually labeled branch breakers. CIRCUIT LOAD MONITORS: Voltage and amperage analog gauges in the main electric panel, as well as cycles/hz. CONNECTIONS (TYPE): Captive lug type. WIRE TYPE (SIZE AND RATING): Size and rating, where sighted, appears well routed and supported, serviceable for intended use. OUTLETS: Various A.C. outlets available throughout yacht, appear adequate and conveniently located. Tested ok for proper polarity. GFCI outlets were noted. GALVANIC ISOLATOR: 50 amp galvanic isolator installed,   LIGHT FIXTURES: Cabin/courtesy lights throughout the vessel. Engine compartment is equipped with operable AC and DC wiring.
  PROPULSION MAIN ENGINES TYPE: Two six cylinder inline diesel inboards by GM/Detroit, type 671, ganged together thru a Falk Gearbox to drive a single propeller shaft. Reported as 135 hp each. INDICATED HOURS: 2016 – port 3338 - starboard THROTTLE CONTROLS: Positrol by Panish, mechanical lever/cable type, serviceable. EMERGENCY SHUT DOWN: Pull cable shut downs, new condition, at the pilothouse helm station. ENGINE MOUNTS AND BED: Wood beam engine bed stringers port and starboard. In conjunction, adjustable motor mounts are bolted to the stringers and are used to align the engine to the hull stringer structure.     SEACOCKS AND STRAINERS: Engine raw water intakes are bronze seacocks, double clamped and operable. Inline strainers. It should be noted here that the thru hulls and seacocks are in recent condition, installed 2009 TRANSMISSIONS DRIVE TYPE: Twin diesel engines driving a single Falk gearbox, turning a single propeller shaft. PROP SHAFT: 3 1/2" steel with stainless steel tail shaft, intermediate bearings reported as recently serviced. PACKING GLAND: Bronze four bolt flange type, with separate hose and seacock for raw cooling water supply adjacent. Seacock was found to be in like new condition and operable, hose was in like new condition and serviceable. FUEL SYSTEM MAIN ENGINE(S) FUEL SYSTEM FUEL TYPE: Diesel MATERIAL: Painted steel NUMBER OF TANKS: Two (2) TANKS CAPACITY: Ship's papers reported 630 gallons each. SECURED: Yes, securely mounted and located port and starboard aft in the engine compartment FILL PIPE LOCATIONS: Port and starboard side decks, deck fills painted RED. FILL PIPE MATERIAL: Steel pipe, serviceable. FUEL LINES AND FITTINGS: Grade USCG type A1 and seamless copper lines. Appears serviceable and recent where sighted. FUEL MANIFOLD VALVES: Gate valves at the tanks and Racor filters allow for fuel tank selection. VENT LOCATION: Port and starboard side decks, serviceable. FUEL FILTERS: Dual Racors per engine, plus engine mounted spin on secondaries, serviceable. Plumbing----- HEAD/BLACKWATER SYSTEM: The vessel is equipped with three Vacuflush heads by Sealand. It should also be noted here that the plumbing was recent for the head system, reported as installed 2009. Raw water supply is the vessel's fresh water system, specifically the aft tank. Waste is directed to a poly waste tank located port aft engine compartment and on to a deck pump out plate located port side deck, clearly marked for WASTE.   A below the water line seacock, new and bronze is located port forward engine compartment with a Sealand macerator pump, also with an inline Y valve with padlock assembly.   And USCG Marine Sanitation Device type III, holding tank. SHOWERS: The marine heads are equipped with showers; each shower is equipped with an Eemax 120 volt inline instant water heater, recent condition. Vanities and head basins were also recent condition. FAUCETS/FRESHWATER SYSTEM: The vessel's freshwater system is supplied from two painted steel tanks, with a reported capacity of 800 gallons, located aft engine compartment and aft bilge. Pressure is supplied by a 12 volt pump with an inline screen/strainer located starboard aft engine compartment. The vessel is also equipped with a dockside water pressure regulator located engine compartment. Tank fill is located port and starboard side decks aft, and are painted blue for water. Water lines are plastic tubing and PVC piping, serviceable. A Separate 5 gallon bottled water dispenser plumbed for the galley basin and icemaker .  VENTILATION: Power blowers. Natural ventilation also provided by topsides vents, port and starboard. EXHAUST SYSTEM: Dry stack exhaust, cast iron riser to lagged dry section, discharge is via stack mufflers, Pyrometer noted at the pilothouse helm to monitor exhaust temperatures. ENGINE ALARMS: Engines are equipped with audible and visual alarm system, noted at the pilothouse, reported as recently rewired and all working. COOLING SYSTEM TYPE: Closed reservoir type cooling (heat exchanger) HOSES AND CLAMPS: Re-enforced rubber hose securely clamped and well routed and supported,   . BELOW WATERLINE MACHINERY PROPELLER: Bronze material, four bladed propeller, 44",. Reported as just sent to prop shop for PROPELLER SHAFT(S): Stainless steel 3 1/2" tail shaft with painted steel shaft, SHAFT BEARING (CUTLESS BEARING): STRUTS: Bronze stern bearing assembly, no separate strut. RUDDER(S) MATERIAL: Skeg mounted bronze rudder THRU-HULLS: All thru hull fittings were inspected and appear serviceable, found to be bronze in material. TRANSDUCERS: Serviceable. ZINCS: New condition, being applied as a component of this maintenance haul out. ( 2013) Rudder, hull, and shaft.   BOW THRUSTER: Sleipner Sidepower 48 volt dual prop bow thruster with joy stick control at the pilothouse helm, recent condition (2009). Powered by 4 each 12 volt Optima batteries, Two rotary on/off battery switches with inline overcurrent protection, fuses.   Mechanical -------- WINDLASS/GROUND TACKLE SYSTEM: Ideal 12HSB forward for ground tackle, also with vertical after deck windlass, also Ideal brand. Deck switches forward and pilothouse switching for windlass. Safety retainers on each anchor rode, both 1/2" galvanized BB coil chain, securely shackles,   RODE-reported as 250', 120 lb. Danforth anchor and a spare with rode inside of chain locker... Bronze hawser pipes in the forward bulwarks. AIR CONDITIONING UNITS: This vessel is equipped with a Mitsubishi heat pump system, and four units located throughout the vessel. M/n R410A, Mr. Slim, recent condition. This system does not use raw water for cooling; previously used seacocks were found to be in new condition and capped off securely. STEERING SYSTEM - TYPE: Hydraulic, by SeaStar, (Teleflex) with one station at the bridge deck helm. This system is recent, installed March 2009. Emergency tiller noted aft bilge. PACKING GLAND: Compression nut type packing gland, bronze. BILGE PUMPS LIST: Seven twelve volt submersible automatic pumps, also with engine driven crash pump capability with manifold system forward engine compartment. Valves are operable and labeled... Manual bilge pump in the aft hanging locker. TABLE: MFG Capacity Location Type Status Rulemate 2000 gph Forward bilge Automatic Operable Rulemate 2000 gph Engine bilge Automatic Operable Rulemate 2000 gph Engine bilge Automatic Operable Rulemate 2000 gph Engine bilge Automatic Operable Rulemate 2000 gph Engine bilge Automatic Operable Rulemate 2000 gph Aft bilge Automatic Operable Rulemate 2000 gph Aft bilge Automatic Operable NOTE: Indicators for automatic bilge pump operation were sighted to be lights at the pilothouse helm panel, It should further be noted here that all bilge pumps and hoses were found to be in good condition, reported as installed March 2009. OTHER: Vosper Maxi hydraulic stabilizer system,
  HULL CONSTRUCTION TYPE: Displacement hull with canoe stern, constructed of wood, carvel laid planking, finished with paint above the waterline and an anti-fouling paint below the waterline over a fiberglass shell. Shell was reportedly installed in 2007 over the wooden hull The decks are also constructed of wood, with wood deck beams, finished with paint and a nonskid texture along the Working surfaces. The topsides were painted in 2009. Hull to deck joint is of the shear clamp type construction, with bronze and galvanized fasteners, Fasteners are reported as galvanized for the hull, bronze/brass for all structures above the rail, Hull Construction: 1 1/2" Philippine mahogany carvel laid planking Frames: 3" x 3" White Oak on 10" centers Clamp: 6" x 2" Spruce Shelf: 4" x 2" Spruce Floors: 2" White Oak on alternate frames Engine stringers: 5 3/8" x 6" White Oak Gunwales: 3 1/2" x 3" Philippine mahogany Bulwarks: 1 1/4" Philippine mahogany Stanchions: 2 1/2" x 2 1/2" White Oak Cap Rails: 6" x 2" African mahogany Decks: 1 1/2" x 2" White Pine with a fiberglass resin Deck beams: 4 1/2" x 1 3/4" White Oak Cabin Tops: 1/2" plywood with fiberglass resin PORTLIGHTS: Seven opening port lights each, bronze circular port lights, port and starboard BULKHEADS: Forepeak is isolated with a collision bulkhead. Drainage is thru a 2" gate valve accessed from the hanging locker in the forward cabin. Lazarette is isolated with a collision bulkhead. Drainage is thru a 2" gate valve accessed aft in the master owner's stateroom. The general bilge is divided into three sections, forward, engine room, and aft bilge by the bulkheads forward and aft in the engine compartment TRANSOM: Canoe design. CHAIN LOCKER (DRAINAGE): The chain locker is forward with drainage to bilge. KEEL EXTERNAL: Reported as 15" x 7" white oak, with fiberglass coating overlay and bottom paint. LIMBER HOLES: Limber holes are of adequate size   CONDITION OF HULL (WETTED SURFACE) BLISTERS: None sighted in the fiberglass overlay; this is a wood vessel with a fiberglass shell, reported as installed 2007. Fiberglass is approximately 3/4" thick. Random percussion soundings made over the hull molding gave no readily detectable evidence of structurally significant laminate debonding or voids. Small cracks in the shell were noted to have repairs being performed during this survey.   THRU-HULLS: Above the water line thru hulls are in the immediate vicinity of the appliance or fixture they serve Bilge pump discharges are recent hoses, with check valves and siphon break loops above the water line. NOTE: The below the water line thru-hull valves on this vessel are ball valve type, bronze, bonded, with securely clamped hoses, , renewed March 2009.   DECK CONSTRUCTION TYPE: 1 1/2" x 2" white pine, fiberglassed over with 4 1/2" x 1 3/4" White Oak deck beams. Drainage is thru cutouts in the bulwarks, and aluminum freeing ports aft deck. A vinyl type faux wood has been applied as a non-skid surface above. AFT DECK: Aft deck with sundeck over the top, and fully enclosed with tan Sunbrella and isinglass, DECK FITTINGS STANCHIONS: Painted wood stanchions with wood bulwarks and varnished caprail, boarding gates port and starboard, All deck hardware original, bronze, well bedded and secured. BOW PULPIT (BOW RAIL): Raised bulwarks, painted wood. VENTILATION: Deck hatch aft over the master stateroom, provides an alternative/emergency escape routed from the aft stateroom. Port lights port and starboard, opening style bronze. 6" ducted vents for machinery spaces, using natural and forced ventilation. GRAB RAIL: Painted wood hand rails along sides of super structure and others at various locations on vessel. Welded aluminum hand and guard rail surrounding the sun deck ladder/hatch area above, DAVITS: Manually operated dinghy davits, port and starboard sun deck with dinghy cradles   SUPERSTRUCTURE MATERIAL: Pilothouse with sun deck design, painted and glassed over plywood and wood. Pilothouse hinged doors port and starboard with steps down to side decks. Pilothouse is forward with helm console, navigation, and steering station. WINDOWS/PORTS/DOORS: Cabin windows are of the sling/ratchet down design, wood framed with glass. CANVAS AND COVERS: Aft deck area is surrounded by isen glass and canvas (2009), serviceable. FENDERS: An adequate array of fenders were observed on board the vessel at the time of survey. DOCK LINES: An adequate array of dock lines were observed on vessel at the time of survey.
BOW THRUSTER: Sleipner Sidepower 48 volt dual prop bow thruster with joy stick control at the pilothouse helm, recent condition (2009). Powered by 4 each 12 volt Optima batteries, Two rotary on/off battery switches with inline overcurrent protection, fuses. ACCESSORIES: 12 volt spreader lights mounted at aft sundeck. CANVAS AND COVERS: Aft deck area is surrounded by isinglass and canvas (2009), FENDERS: An adequate array of fenders DOCK LINES: An adequate array of dock lines WASHER/DRYER: Maytag series 2000 washer and dryer have been installed in the aft bilge area, with separate AC power breaker panel noted. Dryer is vented to the aft deck area SAFETY EQUIPMENT SAFETY EQUIPMENT (UNITED STATES COAST GUARD) NUMBER AND TYPE OF PFD'S: Ten USCG type II, serviceable. Three USCG type I, serviceable. NUMBER OF THROWABLE PFD'S: Two USCG type IV ring buoys, located port and starboard side decks. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS: Eight USCG size BC1, gauges showed charged, appear serviceable. One USCG size A1, BCII, carbon dioxide hand held fire extinguisher noted engine compartment, with an inspection label noted of June 2013. VISUAL DISTRESS SIGNALS: 12 ga meteors with launcher and hand held flares. Expiration date is current. Noted pilothouse storage, also with reflective panel/mirror. SOUND DEVICES: Horn, operable. Hand held horn also noted at pilothouse, NAVIGATION LIGHTS: Operable. INLAND NAVAGATION RULE BOOK< (12M-39'4"): Sighted on vessel with ship's papers. "NO OIL DISCHARGE" PLAQUE: TRASH DISPOSAL PLACARD: WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN (OVER 40'): A written waste management plan was sighted on the vessel. AUXILIARY SAFETY EQUIPMENT SMOKE/ CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR: Combination smoke/carbon monoxide battery powered detectors on the vessel, located fore and aft staterooms, galley and salon area. Battery powered, monitor often. Kidde Nighthawk, four total. FIRE SUPPRESSION: A shallow well type pump for wash-down has also been plumbed such that a fire hose with nozzle is attached to the system in the chain locker located foredeck, serviceable system. BILGE WATER ALARM AND SAFETY SWITCHES: Three separate high water alarm float switches, forward bilge, engine bilge, and aft bilge, with annunciator and visual indicating alarm noted pilothouse. FIXED FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM (HALON TYPE): Halon 1301 system with thermal and manual pull activation at pilothouse. - Latest inspection performed June 2013. SEARCH LIGHT: 12 volt with remote control at the pilothouse, mounted on top of pilothouse, FIRST AID KIT: Basic kit, REBOARDING MEANS: Swim and boarding ladders
Refit in 2009 at cost of over $166,000: Fiberglass ( 3/4" thick) below waterline ... 2007 New Air Conditioning New 48 volt bow thruster - incl sepaarate battery charger and bateries Rebuilding of both generators New hydraulic steering New wiring New Marine heads and blackwater system New marine head basins and vanities New insta-hot water heaters in each marine head New bronze through hulls and valves - below waterline New engine block heaters New Engine guages Raw water washdown / Fire pump New bilge pumps New galley appliances New topside paint      
    SURVEYOR’S COMMENTS – The subject vessel was personally inspected by the undersigned on June 10, 2013 and was found to be a well constructed, appointed and comfortable vessel. THERE WERE NO "A" SAFETY DEFICIENCIES NOTED ON THIS VESSEL IT SHOULD AGAIN BE NOTED HERE THAT THE VESSEL WAS FOUND TO BE IN ABOVE AVERAGE CONDITION, AND THE LOW NUMBER OF FINDINGS FOR A VESSEL THIS AGE, IS REFLECTIVE OF THAT. THIS PARTICULAR VESSEL WAS RELAUNCHED IN APRIL 2009 AFTER SPENDING 4 MONTHS ON THE HARD, WITH UPGRADES BEING PERFORMED SUCH AS NEW WIRING, NEW BOW THRUSTER, NEW BILGE PUMP SYSTEMS, NEW HEAD SYSTEMS, ALL NEW THRU HULLS BELOW THE WATERLINE, AND NEW STEERING. FULL TIME, DAILY MAINTENANCE IS ONGOING . THE LOW NUMBER OF FINDINGS ABOVE IS REFLECTIVE OF THIS REFIT AND THE CONSTANT MAINTENANCE SHE IS UNDERGOING. THIS SURVEYOR REALIZES THAT IT IS EXTREMELY RARE TO HAVE NO FINDINGS ON A VESSEL OF THIS AGE, AND REMINDS ANY READER OF THIS SURVEY THAT THIS VESSEL HAS BEEN RECENTLY REFIT AND IS UNDERGOING CONSTANT MAINTENANCE.   As a result of my investigation, as shown in the SYSTEMS AND FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS section of this REPORT OF SURVEY, and by virtue of my experience, my opinion is OVERALL VESSEL RATING: **** ABOVE AVERAGE ''ABOVE AVERAGE CONDITION'', has had above average care and is equipped with extra electrical and electronic gear. The surveyed vessel was found to be in above average condition for her vintage. She is recommended for use as a coastal passage maker. The vessel is nearly completely original, with the addition of a fiberglassed over hull coating below the waterline. Reported as being built at Camden Shipyard, designed by Geerd Hensel.   The vessel has had ongoing upgrades and repair, including rebuilding of both generators, adding block heaters for engines, new engine gauges, and a raw water washdown/firepump upgrade. Also in 2009 she had just been relaunched after numerous upgrades and repairs, including but not limited to, all new bilge pumps, new air conditioning, new hydraulic steering, new wiring, new marine heads and blackwater system, new marine head basins and vanities, new insta-hot water heaters in each marine head, new bronze below the water line thru hulls and valves, new galley appliances, new bottom and topsides paint, and a new 48 volt bow hruster including separate battery charger and batteries. The boatyard's invoice for these upgrades was observed to be $166,000.00 dollars, in 2009
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.