39' / 11.89m

United States
SIGNE is spectacular! The love and attention that went into the major 2005 refit with continued upgrades makes this boat turn key for immediate enjoyment. Read the complete listing to get a complete sense of everything that went into this fine vessel.
Fiberglass Hull
Vessel ID# 2785024
$99,000 USD
€87,527 Euros
CA$125,936 CAD
£74,676 GBP

Data Sheet
LOA 39' (11.94 meters)
Type power
Year 1967
Beam 10'
Draft Max 5'
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fiberglass
Full Details

Refit overview

Refit Overview

The second owner of Signe commissioned an extensive two year refit program to be performed by professional shipwrights. The following is a description of primary project tasks that were completed in the spring of 2005.


Both masts and booms were completely stripped, sanded, primed and finish painted with oyster white Awlgrip. Stainless steel fasteners, tangs, pins, bearings, fittings and other hardware were either refurbished or replaced. All halyards were changed from external to internal along with new electric wiring, lights, winches, rope clutches and cleats. New inline, wing-shaped spreaders for both masts were installed in addition to new standing/running rigging and two Selden Furlex jib furling/reefing units.

Exterior Woodwork

All exterior teak woodwork including toe rails, handrails, taffrail, cockpit coaming, eyebrow and companionway trim were removed. Each item, plus additional pieces and a new bowsprit were then custom designed and crafted from select Burmese teak and installed to create a graceful, traditional sheer line in combination with other aesthetically pleasing brightwork.

Exterior Metalwork

All exterior stainless steel, aluminum and bronze metalwork including cleats,

chocks, fittings, T-tracks, portlights, stanchions, lifelines, pulpits, pushpits and other hardware were removed. Each item was then custom designed and fabricated with the exception of the bronze genoa tracks and the aluminum opening portlights that were refurbished.

Interior Woodwork

All of the new teak and mahogany joinery is custom designed and crafted including

the companionway structure/trim, stairway, engine enclosure, navigation station, chart table, main/transom berths, head, bulkheads/partitions, fiddles, and hull ceiling which are all finished with Epifanes satin, rubbed effect varnish.


After the exterior woodwork and metalwork were completely removed from the boat, every exterior surface was faired, sanded and primed to be finished coated in accordance with the following schedule

Cockpit seats/Sole, Cabin top & Deck: Awlgrip non-skid Color: 50/50 Moon Dust/Oyster White with Non-Glare Agent

Cabin/Dockpit Sides, Waterways, Boot Stripe: Awlgrip in color Oyster White

Cove Stripe: Awlgrip in color Pale Gold

Topsides: Awlgrip in color Flag Blue

Bottom: Interlux Micron Extra in color Red


The interior of the vessel consists of a forward cabin, head, main salon, galley, and navigation station. The cabin sole is teak and holly, and the majority of the interior joinery is teak and mahogany with a satin varnish finish. There is an abundance of natural light and ventilation with four large fixed and six smaller opening ports, two large dorades, and one oversized hatch in the forward cabin.

Forward Cabin

Features a V-berth with filler. Forward of the berth are two opening doors to the forward chain locker with dorade for ventilation and two chain pipes. Above the berth the hull is lined with varnished mahogany ceiling and there are full length storage shelves with fiddles. Below the berth, there are four drawers and two opening cupboards. Aft of the berth to starboard is a hanging locker. The forward cabin has two opening ports, one large overhead hatch, and a vent to a dorade box on deck providing ventilation and light. There are two swivel halogen chrome reading lights.


Immediately aft of the forward cabin and to port is the enclosed head which can be accessed from either the main or forward cabin through two full-height doors while preserving privacy for both the main salon and forward cabin. The head features a fresh water Vetus electric head plumbed with a y-valve to the holding tank. It is a USCG approved MSD type 3 sanitary system. Outboard of the head are two cupboard doors providing storage and access. The Formica counter has a round stainless steel sink, pressure hot and cold water faucet, and full teak fiddle. Outboard of the counter are six drawers providing storage. Below the counter are an additional four drawers and a cupboard door providing storage and access. There is an opening port and vent to a dorade box on deck providing light and ventilation. Two swivel halogen chrome lights provide ample lighting. The molded floor with shower drain has a teak grating.

Main Salon

Aft of the forward cabin and to starboard is a large hanging locker. Aft of the hanging

locker is a bureau with shelf and four drawers and one cupboard below. Above the bureau shelf is a vertical sliding cupboard door providing storage with a shelf. The main salon has pull out berths to port and starboard with drawers and pilot berths making up the back rest, with additional cupboards below. Above the berths are varnished mahogany ceilings. There are three opening ports and four large fixed ports providing ample light. A single OceanAir curtain on the port and starboard sides cover the two large fixed ports and one small opening port. Three swivel halogen chrome reading lights and one overhead light provide ample light to the main salon. There are cushions on all bunks and pilot berths.


Furthest aft on the port side with an L shaped configuration. The stainless steel sink is supplied with hot and cold pressure water and a manual faucet. The water supply is fed from a 75 gallon water tank, which is pressurized in the head and galley by a 12 volt pressure actuated pump. The vessel is also equipped with a stainless steel Isotemp water heater, which can be heated with a 120v AC element in the tank and by circulating hot water from the engine. There is a large top loading, fully insulated icebox equipped with refrigeration. The single burner electric stove is concealed by a Formica countertop that connects with the rest of the counter and fiddles. Below the stove are two large pull-out drawers. Outboard of the icebox is a full-length locker with sliding doors with a built in microwave located just forward. There is one swivel halogen chrome light and one overhead light.

Navigation Station

Aft of the starboard settee and directly across from the galley is the navigation station and chart table with all electronic controls and DC/AC panels on an opening door and flip down wood electrical panel. Batteries are housed behind an access panel located under the chart table. To the outboard is a full-length locker with sliding doors and below is a Formica counter with fiddle and large locker door providing access to additional storage.

Hull/Deck/Hardware & Ground Tackle

Hull Material: Solid Fiberglass Laminate

Framing Material: Bonded Bulkheads

Deck Material: Cored Fiberglass Laminate

Deck Frames: Bulkheads

Hull to Deck Fastenings: Bonded & Bolted

Superstructure Material: Cored Fiberglass Laminate

Keel Fastenings: Encapsulated

Keel Type: Full

Ballast Keel Material: Lead

Ballast Keel Weight: 6,500 lb

Steering Controls: Cable to Wheel

Sea Cocks: Bronze Ball Valves

Anchor: #1 35 lb. CQR

Chain: #1 5/16” x 75’

Anchor Rhode: Braided Nylon

Size: ¾” x 300’ +/-

Dock Lines: 8

Fenders: 4

Spars, Rigging & Sails

Rig Type: Yawl with Double Head Sails/Bowsprit

Mast Material: Aluminum Extrusion

Rigging Material: 1X19 Stainless Steel Cable

Running Rigging: Yacht Braid

Mast Step: Keel Stepped

Spars: Stripped and Awlgrip painted 2005

Standing/Running Rigging: Replaced 2005

Lifelines: Replaced 2005

Roller Furling IFS/FS: Selden Furlex 300S, Selden Furlex 200S (2009)


Primary: (2) Barient 28

Secondary: (2) Barient 22, (1) Barient 16


All sails made by Doyle Sailmakers

 Yankee (2007)

 Staysail (2010)

 Main (2010)

 Mizzen (2010)

Dutchman system on main and mizzen (2012)

Custom canvas

 All canvas is Sunbrella “toast” color with leather reinforcement at stress points; all custom

frames are stainless steel

 Dodger (2020)

 Pedestal cover (2020)

 Winch pad covers (2020)

 Hand rail covers (2020)

 Sail covers (2020)


Propulsion: 40hp Diesel, (New in 2005)

Engine Cooling: Fresh Water

Make: Yanmar

Model: 3JH3E

Serial Number: A01810

Engine Hours: 705

Reduction Gear: Kanzaki 2.62.1

Engine Controls: Push/Pull Cable

Propeller Shaft: 1” Stainless Steel (2005)

Propeller: 14d x 12p 3-Blade Bronze (2005)

Propeller Shaft Seal: PSS Dripless (2005)

Fuel Tank: 22 Gallons (2005)

Fuel Tank Material: Aluminum/Grounded (2005)

Electrical, Electronics & Navigation

Electrical System: 12v DC & 120v AC (2005)

Shore Power System: 30 Amp (2005)

Batteries: (3) Mastervolt SL 200AH AGM, (1) Mastervolt 70AH AGM (2015)

Battery Cutout Electrical Switch: (2) Vapor Tight

120v AC Battery Charger: 100 Amp in Inverter

Engine Alternator: Hitachi 80 Amp

Wiring: Multi Strand Plastic Coated Copper

Mastervolt 12/2500 MASS Combi Inverter & Charger (2010)

Wind/Depth/Speed: Raymarine ST60 (2006)

GPS: Raymarine C80 (2006)

Weather Receiver: Raymarine SR50

VHG Radio: Standard Horizon Intrepid

Compass: Ritchie 8” Stainless Steel Binnacle

Plumbing, Head & Galley

Fresh Water Tank: 1 Monel

Fresh Water Fill: Weather Deck

Fresh Water Capacity: 75 Gallons (estimated)

Delivery System: Pressure hot and cold; Whale pipe work system and pump (2011)

Water Heater: Isotemp 6.6 Gallon Stainless Steel Slim B 25 (2010)

Bilge Pumps: (2) Auto/Electric, Manual

Head Toilets: (1) Vetus Fresh Water Electric (2010)

Holding Tank: Plastic MSD Type 3 (2010)

Washdown System: Jabsco (2011)

Refrigeration: Sea Frost cold plate / Glacier Bay vacuum panel box (2010)

Galley Cooktop: Kenyon ceramic 1 burner 120v (2012)

Microwave: Frigidaire (2012)

Safety and Coast Guard Equipment

Life Preservers: 8 Type: II

Main Overboard Device: Type IV Throwable

Discharge of Oil Placard: Yes

MARPOL Trash Placard: Yes

Fire Extinguishers: 2

Type: ABC, ABC Dry Chemical (B:40)

Location: Cabin

Manufacture Date: 2004


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Tom has been involved both in boating and flying his entire life. He even goes so far as to call it the same sickness, just operating in different fluids; noting how many boaters are pilots and vice versa. Tom spent his formative years making an annual summer pilgrimage to the waters of coastal Maine for his family’s bare boat charter adventures. Sailing on a different boat in different waters every summer made an indelible impression and he enjoys boating there given any opportunity to do so.

Tom also grew up with a love of flying, which he inherited from his father, having spent hundreds of hours flying all over New England and even completing several cross-country trips in a small single engine Cessna. This passion also led to his first “real” job as a member of the New Hampshire Air National Guard as an avionics technician working on the KC-135. It was during this time that Tom decided to move to Maine full time to pursue a career in the boating industry.

Tom moved to Mount Desert Island and the fabled sailing grounds of Downeast Maine where he started as a lowly yard grunt and worked his way up into production, sea trialing, and charter operations. Working for companies such as Hinckley and Wesmac, he eventually got his first command on a Hinckley SW59 out of Northeast Harbor.

Eventually, Tom decided that to further his career and get into sales, he needed to move back down south. He took a position at the Mystic Seaport Museum in Mystic, CT where he worked primarily in their donated yacht program, and on occasion got to serve as crew on the Seaport’s steam power ferry the Sabino.

These days, Tom and his wife Emily live in Norwich, CT and get out on the water as often as possible. Tom often tells customers, “I don’t want to be just your boat salesman, I want to be your boat guy.” Noting that storytelling, sharing experiences, and sharing enthusiasm is often as important as being able to spout facts and figures. If you don’t love your boat and love the opportunities for adventure it provides for your family, then whats the point?