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1984 42 (ft.) HINCKLEY Sou'wester 42 Stoway

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General Information

Listing# 84357

Southwest Harbor, ME, United States
Boat Type
Model Year
McCurdy & Rhodes
Sou'wester 42 Stoway
42 (ft.)
Hull Material
Fuel Type
Engine Model
4JH3E FWC diesel
Number of Engines
Engine Type
Engine Hours

General Details

JOYFUL is a cutter-rigged, stoway sloop with Herreshoff style interior and has always been meticulously maintained, updated, and equipped for blue water cruising.  She is an exemplar of the Hinckley tradition for enduring style, craftsmanship, and performance. Loaded (see full specs) and ready to sail away to new home.  Easily shown.


JOYFUL features an electric stowaway main, removable cutter stay, roller-furling headsail, and controls in the cockpit for short-handed sailing.  Under motor, her Yanmar diesel engine will cruise effortlessly at 6-7 knots with a range of over 300 nautical miles. JOYFUL’s traditional Herreshoff-style cabin interior with dinette and separate nav station layout sleeps six. Her exploits include crossing the Atlantic to explore Scandinavia and the British isles, a year in the Caribbean exploring the Leeward and Windward Islands, completing the Marion-Bermuda race three times, and visiting almost every harbor from Virginia to Nova Scotia.  But she has always been most at home sailing the coast of Maine.
Carinthia Blue Awlgrip topsides White gelcoat deck with Cloud gray nonskid molded in Oyster White single boottop Gold leaf cove stripe and transom lettering. Green bottom – Interlux Micron Sea Green Varnished teak exterior trim:  Includes toe rails, eyebrows, dorade boxes and hatch boxes, bow pulpit seat, helm seat, and cockpit coaming - carefully maintained every season.  Construction: Hand laid fiberglass hull and deck. Hull is cored with Airex for additional strength per weight. The core is deleted and the hull reinforced with additional laminations in all high stress areas. Hull stringers cored with Airex are bonded to the hull and integrated with the mast step and engine mounts to form a single unit that is strong and light. Hull laminate is fabricated of unidirectional glass for a better strength per weight ratio. The deck is set in a 6” flange on the hull, then fiberglassed and bolted in place. Draft:  Board up = 5’, Board down = 9’1” Shoal Keel – with 8,500 lbs of lead ballast Centerboard - Fiberglass with a bonze leading edge and operated by cable and Merriman winch. Custom guardrail at sheer painted to match hull with stainless steel cap. Deck Features: Hinckley stainless steel bow pulpit with mounted teak seat Stainless steel stern pulpit with integrated folding stern stainless steel boarding ladder Stainless steel 30” stanchions with double lifelines (4) Dorade vents with 4” chrome cowls with closures, interior screens – Two singles, 1 double Forward double dorade box has a small storage area, watertight 12-volt outlet a SS dorade guard Saltwater deck wash with spigot on foredeck Freshwater deck wash with spigot to port on mid-deck Custom SS heavy-duty twin bow rollers with keepers (2008) Windlass capstan - set-up for all-chain rode or rope/chain rode Secondary Hawse pipe with cap SS genoa track and SS staysail tack with Wichard padeye Lazarette: In 2004, Joyful’s original SW-42 lazarette configuration was substantially modified to create a cavernous storage locker with varnished teak hatch (4) SS Wichard padeyes with backing plates – foredeck roll-up dinghy storage Varnished teak deck blocks for spinnaker pole storage Liferaft storage - Varnished teak mounting bracket with metal straps Cabin-top poly-carbonate mounting brackets for 3-piece auxiliary anchor (6) Varnished wood rigging rollers HRH teak outboard motor bracket and a removable Forespar motor mount lifting davit. SS antenna mount on deck starboard aft quarter for GPS antenna and XM Radio antenna. Padeyes (2 separate sets) on the aft deck are used to secure such useful items as the dinghy’s portable fuel tank, a portable generator, etc.
Ground Tackle: Primary:  CQR #45 galvanized steel plow anchor at bow roller with 225' of 5/16"-HT galvanized chain on windlass and stowed in dedicated section of chain locker.  Length marked in 25’ and 100’ increments. Chain is spliced to 25' of 3/4" white 3-strand nylon line secured to base of chain locker so that, in an emergency, chain may be run out and the line cut on deck. Secondary: 75' of 5/16"-HT galvanized chain spliced to 225' of 5/8" white 3-strand nylon line stowed in dedicated section of chain locker and fed to hawse pipe.  A variety of special purpose spare anchors are available.  When utilized, this rode may be led from the hawse pipe either directly to a dedicated bow roller for manual use or around the windlass or capstan for mechanical advantage. Spare Rode: 25' x 5/16"-HT galvanized chain shackled to 250' of 5/8" double-braid nylon line stowed in blue mesh bag in lazarette (to deploy Galerider drogue). 25' x 5/16"-HT galvanized chain shackled to 350' of 5/8" double-braid nylon line stowed in red mesh bag in lazarette (to deploy Jordan series driogue). Spare Anchors: Fortress FX-37 21-lb aluminum fluke anchor, for sand and soft mud, disassembled and stowed in dedicated bag inside lazarette. Spade 66-lb galvanized steel plow anchor - for all bottom surfaces in rough weather, disassembled and stowed in cockpit sail locker. Luke 50-lb galvanized steel anchor - for rock, disassembled and stowed on cabin trunk. Spare Chain:  25' of 5/16"-HT galvanized chain stowed in lazarette with Jordon series drogue.  Safety: (1)  Jordon series drogue for 29k displacement with chain weight. (1)  Galerider drogue with 350' x 5/8" double-braid nylon line. (2) Stearns SOLAS cold-water immersion suits (adult-universal). (1) Bosun’s chair (1) PFD stow bag, quick-draining and well ventilated, holds 6 inflatable PFDs & tethers. (6) PFDs (adult-universal), each SOS or Mustang type-V inflatable with integral harness. (1) PFD (>90 lbs.), type III adult extra small. (2) PFD (50-90 lbs.), type-III youth and type-V inflatable youth. (2) Sailor safety harnesses and (4) Sailor safety tethers (2-single line, 2-double line). (2) Horseshoe buoys with stainless steel brackets (1) Strobe distress signal - floating waterproof and mounting bracket (6-volt battery). (2) Rail curtains - to protect cockpit from splash (heavy white canvas). (1) Collision mat (orange) to cover holed hull to slow water entry and facilitate plugging. (1) Mast-Mate webbed nylon climbing steps with integral slides to fit mast trysail track. (1) Life Sling with hoist. (1) Spare-Air model 300, small SCUBA tank - with integral regulator and mouthpiece Dinghy - Mercury 340 11’ 2” air floor 5-person inflatable runabout (2005) Outboard engine - Mercury 15-hp 2-cycle 15M outboard (2003). Avon 6-person “YME Pack Full Plus” in hard canister housetop mounted (Inspected Spring, 2009) Masthead LED tricolor light (2008) with anchor light Multiple portable fire extinguishers Lifesling 2 Type IV MOB recovery system with hoisting tackle Forespar MOB pole with tube and backstay mount Tri-lens radar reflector mounted on mast and a secondary 12” radar reflector Dinghy:   Mercury 340 Air Floor inflatable hypalon runabout (2005), 11'-2" L x 5'-5" W with 16.5" diameter tubes, weight is 86 lbs., rated capacity is 5 people (1213-lbs. max including engine, gear & people) Mercury 15 h.p. 2-cycle outboard model #: 1-015201AD  Model Year: 2003 Model Type: 15M, Engine Serial #: OT726283 Weight: 76.5 lbs. Fluke anchor, 15’ chain, and 3-strand nylon rode in heavy-duty mesh bag.  A navy blue stowage bag keeps sun off the folded dinghy when lashed to the foredeck Other:   An extensive array of voyaging equipment and amenities including: Awnings Lee cloths Navigating and sailing equipment Galley gear Furnishings, Bedding and towels Rugged inflatable Fenders Docklines and Fenderboards Force 10 barbecue grill (uses disposable propane bottles) - taffrail mounts Equipment spares Snap-on sun screens for portlights Etc.
Removable Dodger: White Weblon with sea green lining, zippered front window, and elkhide covered SS grab rail Removable Bimini: White Weblon with sea green lining, clear panel for visually monitoring main sail, zippered perimeter for removable sun screens A white Weblon rain panel can zipper between the bimini and dodger to shield the entire cockpit from direct rain or sun while at anchor.  Custom cockpit cushions of 1” closed cell foam have durable pale gray vinyl covers with navy blue piping plus textaline bottoms for drainage and ventilation (new 2008). Custom varnished teak helm seat (with removable cushion) and removable backrest Folding custom teak helm step provides the helmsman a clear line of sight. T-shaped cockpit is well laid out for short-handed sailing and yet can comfortably accommodate a full crew. High bridge deck and companionway threshold help keep cabin dry Teak cockpit sole with five large scuppers. Varnished teak cockpit coaming has four winch handle pockets. Varnished teak companionway entry doors forward – as well as heavy, clear Lexan storm boards, varnished teak-framed screen boards, and a snap-on Weblon rain shield with clear window pane. Varnished teak instrument panel above companionway - with Raymarine ST-60 Wind, Depth, Speed displays, and two round white weatherproof stereo speakers + jack for the autopilot remote control. Sail locker in port side cockpit seat. Allows access to engine compartment, water maker, refrigeration compressor, starter battery and autopilot corepack. Edson pedestal wheel steering with stainless steel pedestal guard: Engine transmission and throttle levers Ritchie 5” binnacle compass with removable stainless steel hood. Varnished teak folding cockpit table mounted on steering pedestal guard Navpod includes Raymarine RL70C full color display, Raymarine ST-60 Multi display, and Raymarine ST-6001 autopilot control display, each integrated into electronic navigation system. More: Engine instrument panel, engine stop cable, engine fire suppression cable, windlass remote control jack, and navigation lighting panel, all to port of the helm. Whale “Gusher 10” manual bilge pump, second push button control panel for the Stowaway mainsail, and cockpit shower panel with retractable 12’ shower cord all to starboard of helm. On each side of the helm seat is a small locker: two 10-lb. propane tanks in starboard locker, cleaning supplies in port locker.
During the 2007/2008 off-season, Joyful’s mast, spreaders, and boom were stripped, inspected, gooseneck fittings were serviced, Stowaway mainsail furling system was serviced, the spars repainted with AwlGrip “Matterhorn White”, and all hardware refitted (replaced when appropriate). Spars are Hood Stowaway electric in-mast furling system, mast #HS1157, boom #HB6045, double spreaders, all installed April, 1992 by Burr Bros. Boats, Marion, MA. Aluminum mast is keel stepped on a weight distributing foot and head is approximately 57’-6” above the water with accessory equipment (antennas, etc.) no more than 59’-10” above the water. Also in 2008, all standing rigging was replaced, except for Harken II roller-furling headstay which was in excellent condition.  New standing rigging is Navtec 1x19 high tensile 316 stainless steel wire with Sta-Lok fittings. A removable inner forestay Running backstays All running rigging is 2004 or newer. Also: Forespar mast-mounted vertical pole storage track and cars with Forespar carbon fiber spinnaker pole (new 2008).  System permits easy deployment of spinnaker pole by short-handed crew. The mainsheet control system and traveler are mid-boom, just forward of the dodger, and lead to the cockpit.  A removable martingale strap acts as a boom vang and light-duty preventer when sailing but it is also useful to secure an otherwise swinging boom while motoring or at anchor. Two sets of genoa lead track located to port and starboard: an outer track at the rail when reaching and a separate inboard track on deck when sailing to windward, each with smooth running cars that lead the headsail (and/or staysail) back to the cockpit winches. Winches: One Merrian centerboard winch in cockpit Two  Barient 32-ST self-tailing, two-speed primary cockpit winches Two Barient 28-ST self-tailing, two-speed secondary cockpit winches One Barient 23-ST self-tailing, two speed mainsheet/outhaul winch in cockpit One Barient 23-ST self-tailing, two speed halyard winch on mast Two Barient 24 single speed halyard winches on mast Sails: Main :   North Sails Nordac Furling Main with Tuffseam, 8.8-oz., 336 sf., navy blue sail numbers 40419, North Sails #7865903-01 built 11/5/99, cleaned and serviced every off season. 135% Genoa :   North Sails 135% All-Purpose Furling Genoa, Soft Norlam 7.0-oz., North Sails # 7866091-01 built 9/29/00 but used only 4 seasons.  Cleaned/serviced when used. 105% Genoa :  North Sails Nordac Furling #1 All-Purpose 105% Genoa, 8.8-oz., 505 sf., date uncertain, last used 2005 in Caribbean. Spinnaker:   North Sails Multi-Purpose Sail (asymmetric spinnaker), Nylon .75-oz., with dousing sock. Cleaned and serviced every off season. Staysail:  North Sails Nordac Hank-on Staysail, 9.8-oz., with broad orange blaze.  Cleaned and serviced every off season. Storm Staysail:   North Sails Nordac Hank-on Staysail, 9.8-oz., with broad orange blaze.  Cleaned and serviced when used. Storm Trysail:   North Sails Nordac 9.8-oz. trysail with broad orange blaze and fitted with slides for the dedicated trysail track on the mast.  Cleaned and serviced when used.
JOYFUL features a customized SW-42 dinette layout that sleeps up to six in two cabins and has a large custom cabinetry extra storage area aft. Her Herreshoff style interior is painted off-white with varnished mahogany trim and a white overhead. She has a varnished teak and holly sole. Some custom features include: Custom tiled Luke bronze fireplace with removable Johnny Noble flue stack Espar D4L cabin heater with vents in the forward cabin, head and galley Alpine CDA9820XM stereo AM/FM/XM with CD Player and MP3 portable player jack at nav station 2008 Foam cabin cushions covered in Schumacher’s Magan Sea Green textured fabric. Sea Recovery watermaker Interior Walkthrough:   Forward Stateroom V-berth or double berth - can be used as two single berths with a lee cloth or converted with the filler cushion.. Varnished mahogany paneled doors access forepeak anchor rode locker (which is setup to handle two complete rodes simultaneously). Varnished mahogany-faced storage drawers and drop-fronts under berths. Stowage under step seat. Varnished mahogany sliding door lockers are over the berths outboard to port and starboard. Bureau with locker storage - aft port. Hanging locker - aft starboard. Full-length mirror with mahogany trim on forward side of cabin door. Private entrance to head - Varnished mahogany paneled door just aft of the bureau provides direct access to head. Two watertight opening port lights with screens. Large watertight opening overhead hatch with screen. Two quiet, low-amp cabin fans. 12-volt accessories outlet. Two polished chrome Frigast reading lamps. Espar forced air heat vent. Telltale compass. Private cabin - Varnished mahogany paneled door separates the stateroom from the rest of the cabin. Head Area: The Head has two varnished mahogany entry doors, one from main cabin and one from forward stateroom. Head bulkheads are covered in “Pearl Onyx” Formica with a polished finish. Vanity countertop is “Pale Gold” Formica with a matte finish. Stainless steel sink with fixture and hot/cold pressurized fresh water. Separate sea water hand pump faucet. Hand-held shower faucet with wrap-around shower curtain and sump drain control. Removable teak grate over gel-coat shower floor. Wilcox-Crittendon “Skipper” hand-pump toilet with Y-valve to holding tank. Storage cabinet below countertop. Two storage lockers outboard with varnished mahogany paneled doors. Wall-mounted mahogany-trimmed mirror. Watertight opening port light with screen. Dorade vent with screen and closure. Quiet, low-amp cabin fan. Espar forced air heat vent. Chrome lamps, towel rods, robe hooks, and accessories. 120-volt GFCI duplex electric outlet. Across the hall from the Head is a hanging locker with varnished mahogany-paneled door, clothes rod, and two shelves outboard. For increased privacy, a custom curtain stows behind the mast and may be drawn across the hallway to separate the forward area from the main cabin.  Main Salon: Starboard: Settee seat slides out toward dinette table to create one long, wide single berth with lee cloth. Pilot berth with lee cloth and Frigast reading lamp and gimbaled compass makes comfortable sea-keeping berth or space to stow extra gear. Forward - Luke electronically-controlled propane fireplace, brass trimmed and faced with custom tile.  Exterior flue is easily removable and capped while underway. Varnished mahogany-faced drawer and drop-front storage under fireplace. Two Dorade vents with screens and closures. Two watertight opening port lights with screens and curtains. Bookshelf at forward end of pilot berth with dome lamp. Three varnished mahogany drawers in settee backrest. Polished chrome gimbaled oil lamp. Removable polished brass gimbaled oil lamp. Gimbaled polished brass flower vase. One telltale compass above pilot berth. To Port: U-shaped Dinette settee has seat and channel back foam cushions.  A filler fits in the leg well to convert the settee to a double berth. One varnished mahogany dinette table with two folding leaves, two cubbies for liquor bottles, and a secure 12-bottle wine rack. Large stowage locker behind settee back with long alcove shelf above settee back. Bookshelf and varnished mahogany-paneled locker high above settee. Two polished chrome Frigast reading lamps, one at each end of settee and one overhead electric dome light. Polished chrome gimbaled oil lamp. Matched pair polished chrome ship’s clock and barometer - mounted on forward bulkhead. Dorade vent with screen and closure. One watertight opening port light with screen and curtain. Large watertight opening overhead hatch with screen and Nicro day/night solar-powered vent. Galley:  The U-shaped Galley is to port of companionway. Countertop is “Champagne” Formica with matte finish, teak splash board, and drop-leaf varnished mahogany extension. Large stainless steel double sink forward with faucet, hot & cold pressurized fresh water, and removable cutting board. Separate sea water and fresh water hand-pump faucets. Dickinson “Mariner P-3” gimbaled propane stove, with oven and broiler, a removable safety bar, and a galley harness. Microwave oven behind door above and outboard of dinette settee. Large capacity refrigerator with ice trays is a Grunert AR-50 accessed through aft varnished mahogany countertop. Through-countertop stowage compartment outboard sink. Three louvered sliding doors access stowage lockers outboard of the stove. Two louvered sliding door stowage lockers above/aft of the refrigerator. Three louvered sliding doors access china cabinet aft of companionway ladder.  Varnished mahogany fiddle rails, some fixed and some removable, for all countertop surfaces. Stowage and tilt-out waste basket under sink behind separate varnished mahogany-paneled doors. Two varnished mahogany-faced utensil drawers. Two drop-front stowage areas for cutting boards/cook sheets. A 6-cup varnished mahogany rack and a 6-glass varnished mahogany rack. Two spice racks. Varnished mahogany knife rack Varnished mahogany paper towel holder.  Two fixed port lights with curtains. Three electric dome lights. Quiet, low-amp adjustable cabin fan. Espar forced air heat vent. 120-volt GFCI duplex electric outlet. Fresh water filter for galley faucet installed under sink. Remote controls for water maker installed near galley sink. Separate Nav Station:   Full sit-down nav station is starboard of the companionway, faces forward. Varnished mahogany desk opens up for chart stowage, etc. Nav seat is concave for comfort at any angle of heel and is covered with a water/stain-resistant cushion with backrest. Underneath the seat is a custom wood toolbox and below the seat are two varnished mahogany–faced drawers Below the desk are three varnished mahogany-faced drawers. Forward half-bulkhead below the desk are a halogen fire extinguisher to suppress electrical fires without damaging electronics, a hand-held search light, and a hand-held signal horn. On the forward half-bulkhead above the desk is a varnished mahogany pencil box, a battery-operated electronic recording barometer, a duplex GFCI electric outlet, and gasketed access for notebook computer cables, and remote SSB speaker. Immediately forward of the half-bulkhead is a varnished mahogany locker containing a printer/copier/fax machine on slide-out shelf, 6-disc CD changer, space for a remote solid-state hard drive for computer backup, plus space for paper, printer cartridges and stationery supplies. Two electric dome lamps above desk: white and red light. Chart light (white, red, adjustable) on mount or hand-held operation. AC/DC electric distribution panel mounted on varnished mahogany-framed door with protective clear Lexan panel. Xantrex Link 20 dual bank battery monitor integrated to ProSine 2.0 inverter/charger and smart regulators. Two 12-volt CLA outlets for charging accessories. Large custom stowage area (stbd aft): Two louvered sliding doors access large cabinet with shelves and wine glass rack outboard. Recessed white Melamine countertop provides stowage site for immediately accessible items near base of companionway. Wide drawer below recessed countertop handy for engine service parts. Door in aft outboard corner to spacious cabinet with shelf. Door aft/inboard fitted for one SCUBA tank and can hold other dive gear or other uses, etc.  Door below SCUBA locker holds hot water heater. Painted countertop above water heater cabinet used for stowing file bag containing ship’s documents. Brass hooks on inboard bulkhead for hanging foul weather gear. Book rack on engine compartment starboard access panel. Overhead electric dome lamp lights entire area.
ELECTRONICS (navigation/communication)
Completely integrated electronic navigation system (new 2004) displays all information at both the cockpit helm and the cabin navigation station including: current lat/lon, heading, speed, depth, water temperature, wind direction and speed, chart display & data, radar display & data, and autopilot controls & waypoints. Raymarine 2Kw radome mounted on the mast approximately 34’ above the water has proven effective in all weather 6-12 nautical miles out beyond which reliability diminishes. Raymarine 125/SeaTalk GPS with antenna. Raymarine Type 2 hydraulic linear drive autopilot with S3G core-pack computer, ST6001 control head display and ST600R handheld remote control.  Permits steering by course or wind direction. Dual Raymarine RL70C  radar/chartplotter color displays (master at nav station and slave at helm) with detailed charts from Newfoundland to Grenada, including Bermuda. Raymarine ST60 Depth instruments, ST60 Speed instruments, and ST60 Wind instruments. Raymarine ST 60 Multi displays, one at helm and one at nav station, can independently display virtually any data generated by navigation system. Raymarine HSB2 PC interface and PCMCIA card provide optional connect of navigation system to notebook computer.  This facilitates planning voyages at home and then quickly transferring waypoints to the boat system just prior to departure. Garmin “GPSmap 176C” hand-held portable color chartplotter using rechargeable AA batteries is carried as backup and for the ditch bag.  A detachable mounting bracket on the binnacle pedestal guard permits ready hands-free use at the helm.  An extensive inventory of east coast charts is included. Communication: While Joyful revels in getting away to explore remote anchorages, she is equipped to communicate with the world, both locally and over great distances, employing redundant systems. ICOM  “IC-M602” VHF radio with loud hailer, programmable fog signals, and CommandMic at helm (new 2004). Two Standard Horizon “HX470S” submersible, portable VHF radios (new 2004).  These are used for backup, the ditch bag, running about in the dinghy, and staying in touch around the harbor. ICOM “IC-M802” SSB radio with ICOM “AT-140” tuner plus Pactor SCS PTC-II Pro modem with Pactor III upgrade (new 2004).  The modem allows Joyful to send and receive weather data and e-mail, albeit at slow speeds, on a notebook computer through the SSB. GlobalStar GSP-1600 satellite telephone with remote GCK-1250 antenna, hands-free docking station, and separate telephone handset (new 2004).  The phone may be used at the nav station or removed from the docking station for portability.  The phone may be connected to a notebook computer and used as a modem to reach the internet, download weather charts, and exchange e-mail, etc. at faster rates than with the SSB. Shakespeare cellular telephone signal amplifier and mast-mounted remote antenna (new 2004).  This setup extends the range of a cell phone to several miles off shore along much of the east coast.
12VDC/120VAC electrical system was updated and with further 2008 refinements:  12-Volt DC system: Starting battery: Lifeline GPL-3100T AGM 105-amp/hr battery House batteries:  (8) Lifeline GPL-2C 6-volt 110-amp/hr heavy-duty deep-cycle house batteries (880-amp/hour total capacity) in parallel.  2 sets of  four batteries in series/parallel. (2) Engine Alternators:  Balmar 95-210-amp for charging lighting batteries and Balmar 71-110-amp for charging the starting battery. Xantrex 3-stage smart regulator – starting battery Balmar Max Charge MC-612 smart multi-stage regulator – house batteries Heart interface Link 20 dual watch battery monitor – located in nav station 110-Volt AC shore power system: 50’ x 30-amp shore cord, shore power inlet, and 30-15 amp adapter Xantrex ProSine 2.0/12 pure sine wave 2000-watt inverter/charger with remote panel 110-volt outlets in galley, head, nav desk and microwave Modified circuit breaker panel in navigation station - with spare 30-amp AC and DC circuit breakers.  
2002 Yanmar 4JH3E 56-hp (@ 3800 max) freshwater-cooled diesel inboard engine with 2:1 reduction gear, Aquamet 22 stainless steel 1.25” propeller shaft, and bronze 3-blade 17” Maxi feathering propeller. Engine instrument panel visible from helm in cockpit: tachometer, engine hours meter, oil pressure gauge, temperature gauge, amp meter, high engine temperature alarm, low oil pressure alarm. At reach from helm: ignition switch, electric start button, electric stop button, plus engine mechanical stop cable. Insulated and sound-dampened engine compartment with switch-operated blower. Dual Racor 75500 MAX diesel fuel filters and vacuum gauge with lever to enable switching filters while underway with engine running.  Auxiliary electric fuel pump facilitates replacing filters without need to bleed fuel system. At 2600 rpm, when loaded for blue water cruising in average conditions, Joyful will motor at 6-plus knots consuming 1.1 gal/hr. for a range of over 300 nautical miles on her 57-gal. tank.  Eight 5-gal. jerry cans carried on deck during an extended off-shore passage add approximately 240 more miles to Joyful’s motoring range.Original Monel fuel tank interior was thoroughly cleaned and inspected prior to 2008 season. Xintex “Fireboy MA-2” clean agent, automatic engine compartment fire extinguisher, with optional manual release cable in cockpit.  Plumbing System: Fresh water capacity: 150-gallons divided between two Monel tanks, a 50-gal. tank under the port settee and a 100-gal. tank under the starboard settee. Sea Recovery “Ultra Whisper 200” reverse osmosis water maker (2004), with a rated-capacity of 8-gal. per hour, has proven to be both reliable and easy to use. Potable water from the tanks is available for use at four locations through a pressurized distribution system on a circuit breaker: galley faucet, lavatory faucet, cockpit shower, and a hose bib on deck near the port lifeline gate.  Potable water is also available from a hand pump on the right side of the galley sink. The 12-gal. hot water tank (heating element replaced 2008) runs off an engine heat exchanger while underway (or electric shore power when docked) and provides an ample supply. While the head is equipped with a shower, it is far more enjoyable in nice weather to take a daily shower on deck using the hand-held cockpit shower on 12’ hose. A sea water hose bib on the fore deck is available to hose down the all-chain rode and anchor when they get muddy or to rinse salt spray from deck, sails, and rigging while underway.  It is pressurized by a ShureFlo “ProBlaster” 3.5 gpm wash-down pump. Sea water hand pumps are the galley sink and head lavatory. A 6-gal. sump tank for the head lavatory and shower allows the discharge pump to run intermittently when needed. Waste System: Wilcox-Crittendon “Skipper” hand-pump toilet (2004) with Y-valve can flush directly overboard or to well-vented and odor-filtered 50-gal. aluminum waste holding tank. Tank-Watch IV system, with control panel in head, monitors volume in waste holding tank (new 2005).  An electric macerator pump is available to discharge waste overboard at the push of a button when appropriate.  Tanks, controls, and all related piping of propane system new in 2004 to AYBC and USCG standards. Two aluminum 10-lb. propane cylinders in vented propane locker under starboard helm seat. Separate Xintex model S-1A push-button propane solenoid valve controls (with two remote leak sensors and audible alarm) for galley stove and for cabin fireplace. Dickinson “Mariner Regal” gimbaled propane 3-burner stove, with oven, and broiler safely used at sea in all but rough weather. Luke electronically-controlled propane fireplace, brass trimmed and faced with custom tile.  While fully functional and able to remove chill from the cabin, the fireplace serves best as a delightful aesthetic addition to the cabin: at anchor on a fog-bound coast there is nothing finer!  In use at anchor, the water-tight flue cap is removed above deck and the Johnny Noble flue stack slipped on to vent the fireplace. Emergency Pumps: (2) Jabsco 34600 12v electric diaphragm 10.8-gpm capacity bilge pumps, each  located in the engine compartment, and operate independently to drain the deep bilge on each side of the centerboard trunk. Auto/off/manual switch, cycle counter, and audible high water alarm.  Entire system new in 2004. To augment the electric bilge pumps in an emergency, the diesel engine raw water intake has been fitted with a diverter valve (2008) to draw filtered water directly from the bilge at a rate of 15-gpm. (2) Whale “Gusher 10” manual bilge pumps. The maximum combined pump capacity is 70-gpm.  Refrigeration System: Grunert AR-50 refrigeration system with eutectic solution in holdover plates.  Condenser has parallel operation off either engine drive while at sea or DC voltage while connected to shore power or portable generator (not included).  Cut-out switch can prevent operation when engine is not running to avoid risk of running down house batteries.  Stainless steel lined reefer box is large with two countertop doors, three ice trays, and shelf.  System completely serviced in 2008. Diesel Cabin Heater: Espar D4L diesel-fired forced air cabin heater - located in sail locker. Exhaust chimney is aft on port quarter.  Air intake is in lazarette, on port side. The heater is very effective and can be used sparingly to conserve fuel. Thermostat is located above the aft corner of the port settee.  There are three forced air outlets in the cabin: galley (below stove), head (between sink cabinet and toilet), and forward stateroom (below bureau). Carbon monoxide detector, 9-volt battery operated, located in cabin on port-side half bulkhead above the bilge.
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.
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