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1970 33 (ft.) Custom 33 Wooden Yawl

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General Information

Listing# 133337

Price
$25,000.00
Location
Gladstone, MI, United States
Manufacturer
CUSTOM BUILT
Boat Type
Sailboat
Model Year
1970
Category
Yawl
Model
33 Wooden Yawl
Status
Used
Length
33 (ft.)
Beam
120
LOA
396
Hull Material
Wood
Engine Model
60
Number of Engines
1
Engine Type
Other
Engine Hours
0

General Details

This boat was built over an 11 year period using only the finest materials. It was launched for the first time in the summer of 1970. It is a 33 foot yawl with a 10 foot beam, and it draws 6 feet of water. The boat weighs 81/2 tons (including the 2 1/2 ton lead keel), is built from white oak ribs planked with Honduran mahogany, and trimmed in teak. The entire cockpit is beautifully crafted of teak as well. The deck features easy to maintain fiberglass. The boat has a 44 foot main mast with a Bristol furling boom and roller reefer. The mizzen mast stands 22 feet high.
The boat comes with a complete set of sails, including:
two genoas
one jib
main sail
mizzen
spinnaker
and a chute scoop

There are blue sail covers to protect the main and mizzen sails, and the sails have been expertly maintained and are in like new condition. Each sail has a sail-bag for storage and there is a head sail furling reefing system.
The boat was designed by Eldredge-McInnis; a notable navel engineer and architect from Boston, Massachusetts.
The boat has been sailed exclusively on Lake Michigan, and harbored in Michigan located in the Upper Peninsula. Each winter, the boat has been stored in a garage that was built specifically to protect it from the elements. It has been meticulously maintained and updated. The sailboat sails beautifully and effortlessly; its stability on the water is remarkable.
Additional facts about the boat:
ChrisCraft 60 h.p. engine
Datamarine S-200 DL depth finder
Datamarine knot meter
Autohelm
Ritchie compass
Radio
Cable halyard on winches
Double lifeline all around deck
Viking #40 Aluminum Flike anchor
Plow anchor with 180 feet of three quarter inch new line and 12 feet chain
40" staff in brass socket with marine American fl ag on stern
One lifesling and one horseshoe life ring
Norcold Tek II portable refrigerator/freezer AC-DC: 3' custom wooden yawl
Ansul marine fi re extinguisher in cockpit
One fi re extinguisher in cabin
Homestrand alcohol #206 stove
Port holes made of heavy bronze
High beam spotlight
Microwave
Two large and four medium fenders
Blower in bilge
Two 20 gallon holding tanks
Marine toilet
Lighting system AC-DC
Two alcohol lamps on gimbals in cabin
Sleeps 5
Air vent on stern inlet and outlet

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Stock #10540

Specifications

Condition
The interior layout is galley with sink, refrigerator, cooktop area, seating area with table(that can be turned into a bed), all with windows. That leads to a hallway going forward that has a "head" on the right in a small room, storage on the left, and then at the bow a sleeping quarters with small windows and hatch. The space is painted wood with mahogany accents and trim. The floor is planked with carpet overlay. Lights, clock, sliding storage spaces etc. the sailing characteristics: Sails beautifully and while it has always been on Lake Michigan, could easily be an ocean sailing vessel. This yacht has been in several regattas and is very stable with a deep keel and strong bones. It is also very fast. The boat has been harbored in Michigan located in the Upper Peninsula. Each winter, the boat has been stored in a garage that was built specifically to protect it from the elements. It has been meticulously maintained and updated. The sailboat sails effortlessly; its stability on the water is remarkable. Engine is a gasoline Chris Craft 60 HP engine and is in excellent working order. Not much work needs to be done other than the repainting of the hull below the water line. Before the owner passed away, he stripped the hull, re-stuffed and caulked the seams, sanded it and it is now ready for primer and finish paint. The boat was designed by Eldredge-McInnis; a notable navel engineer and architect from Boston, Massachusetts. It is a yawl design, making it easy to sail and creating a cockpit that is roomy and engaged. Additional facts about the boat: ChrisCraft 60 h.p. engine Datamarine S-200 DL depth finder Datamarine knot meter Autohelm Ritchie compass Radio Cable halyard on winches Double lifeline all around deck Viking #40 Aluminum Flike anchor Plow anchor with 180 feet of three quarter inch new line and 12 feet chain 40" staff in brass socket with marine American fl ag on stern One lifesling and one horseshoe life ring Norcold Tek II portable refrigerator/freezer AC-DC: 3' custom wooden yawl Ansul marine fi re extinguisher in cockpit One fi re extinguisher in cabin Homestrand alcohol #206 stove Port holes made of heavy bronze High beam spotlight Microwave Two large and four medium fenders Blower in bilge Two 20 gallon holding tanks Marine toilet Lighting system AC-DC Two alcohol lamps on gimbals in cabin Sleeps 5 Air vent on stern inlet and outlet