North Kingstown ,
Rhode Island ,
|LOA||26' (7.92 meters)|
General overview of refit, 2019-2020;
In 2019 the vessel was brought to the Boatyard to improve the systems and structure. This entailed the removal of much cabin top and sides to remove the old engine and install the new one. The fuel and water tanks as well as the plumbing was replaced to current standards. The electrical panels were removed and replaced with new as was the wiring of the vessel. Stripping the bottom to glass, repairing blisters, reglassing, epoxy barrier coating and fresh bottom paint. The teak decks, bulwark ceiling and cap rails were removed, repaired and laid back down. Much paint and bright work was finished after the carpenters were done with the cabin repairs and replacements. A detailed report was issued by the yard upon completion for serious parties.
The pilothouse has port and starboard sliding doors, forward and below is the V-berth with enclosed head aft to starboard and cabinets aft to port. Aft is the galley with dinette to starboard and the sink, stove and cabinets aft to port.
Galley and Head;
3 burner propane stove
Bronze sink with cold pressure water
3 batteries with parallel switch, 2020
120vac 30 amp shore power connection with cord, 2020
Solar panel, 2020
Solar charge controller, 2020
Rewiring done in 2020
Electronics and Navigation;
Garmin GPS map plotter, 2020
Raymarine I series autopilot with S100 remote, 2020
Uniden UM380 VHF radio, 2020
Hull and Deck;
Anchor chain and rode
Teak decks, redone 2020
Perko brass spotlight
Brass navigation lights
Triple air horns with new compressor
Spruce mast and boom
Green cabin house with bright trim, 2020
Port and starboard pilothouse sliding teak doors
Brass cabin top hand rails
Aft companionway teak door to galley
Aft deck bimini with green canvas
Teak bulwark cap rails, 2020
Bronze hawse pipes
Fresh water cooling system
Bronze sea water strainers
New engine mounts, transmission, coupling and cutlass bearing, 2020
Dripless stuffing box, 2020
Reverse cycle HVAC
Hydraulic steering with teak wheel
Yanmar engine panel with tachometer, oil pressure and temperature gauges, 2019
For more information about this vessel, please contact David McKenney, CPYB.
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David McKenney, CPYB
I joined the Brewer Yacht Sales team in 1997 at the Brewer Sakonnet location and relocated in 1999 upon the opening of our Wickford Cove office. During my time with Brewers, I have won numerous awards including "Broker of the Year," "Customer Satisfaction," and most recently I received the "Team Work" award. I am a proud member of the Yacht Brokers Association of America and a Certified Professional Yacht Broker. I place a high value on meticulous service and comprehensive knowledge of our products. I started my career in sales as a manufacturer's representative at 18 years old and continued to represent electronics distributors until I opened my own business buying and selling companies and their production equipment both domestically and abroad.
Introduced to boating as an infant, I can't recall a summer when we weren't water skiing, fishing, or sailing. My father was a Sales Manager for Mercury and we grew up in Rhode Island where I had opportunities to crew on sport-fishing boats and campaign-racing sailboats on a regular schedule. My lifetime on the water offers me the valuable experience necessary to facilitate new and practiced boaters alike with the purchase or sale of their next boat!