Canadian registered boat built 1980. Hull is carvel type mahogany planking over white oak steam bent frame with stainless steel fastening , backbone, keel and stem laminated African mahogany. Single owner, builder, and skipper since construction. The boat is fully equipped ready for the cruise with new engine, new sails and new galley equipment. The boat is visible to Lévis yacht club in front of Québec city. Asking price $79,000 USD.
This traditional ‘’Gloucester type fishing schooner’’, has been designed by Naval Architect Howard I. Chapelle and built by Jacques Fortin and finished in 1980. Hull is made with a carvel type mahogany planking 1 ¼’’ thick, over white oak steam bent frames spaced 12’’ apart, planking fastening is with stainless steel screws. Backbone, stern frame, keel and stem post are made of laminates African mahogany .Lead external ballast is bolted with ¾’’ dia. bronze bolts spaced 18‘’apart. White oak floors are fitted at every frame.
Accommodation includes two separated roofs, each with separated access door and ladder, peak cabin as forward escape hatch and ‘’V’’ berth. Enclosed toilet is fitted on starboard side with facing opposed side counter with sink. Main cabin is fitted with double leaf table at center with seating side by side; double berth and single berth. Athwart ship galley include stove with oven, refrigerator one port side and counter with sink opposite side.
Aft cabin is fitted with double berth port side and navigation table, pivoting chair, book rack, electrical panel and battery box on starboard side.
The cockpit is fitted with a dismountable pilot house allowing two modes of navigation; racing mode without wheelhouse and maximum sail area or cruising mode with variable geometry dodger having down win open side when sailing. Awning could be extended full breadth when at dock.
Access to engine is provided in aft cabin by means of removable stair casing panels. Battery box is located aft of navigating table pivoting chair. Two hatches are provided on deck at stern for access to steering gear equipment and storage.
Boat name: SLOCUM
Builder and owner: Jacques Fortin (Naval Architecture )
Length over all : 50 ft
Length on deck: 42 ft
Breadth : 10.5 ft
Draft: 5.0 Ft
Hull displacement: 22,000 pounds
External Ballast : lead under keel 3,000 pounds
Ballast Inside between floor : 5,000 pounds
Registered gross tonnage: 13.57 tons
Blue book # 370443 Canadian Ship Registration
Porthole: 12 off 6’’dia. bronze open type with mosquito screen.
Air vent pipe: 6 off bronze with screw caps.
Through hull fitting : 1.5’’ dia. sea cock ¼’’ turn type, bronze with bronze flange exhaust flange 2.5’’ bronze.
MAST AND RIGGING:
Solid mast and spars laminated BC fir.
Stainless steel goose-neck and spars fitting.
Stainless steel standing rigging with 3/8’’ dia. shroud and stays , bronze 5/8’’ turnbuckles.
Running rigging ½ ‘’ dia. nylon ropes.
Sails: main sail, mizzen sail, gib sail (all renew in 2012). Storm gib and fisherman sail.
Radar scanner aluminum standing post.
Aluminum gip pole.
ANCHORING AND MOORING EQUIPMENT:
Day to day anchor: C.Q.R. anchor 35 pounds.
Mooring anchor: C.Q. R. anchor 45 pounds.
Storm floating anchor.
Manual windlass ‘’Simpson Lawrence’’ double action.
Two (2) anchor cables , 150 ft ¾’’ dia. nylon with 30 ft galvanized chain 5/16’’.
Four off mooring lines ¾’’ nylon.
Four (4) fenders 8’’ dia.
Extensible aluminum gaff.
‘’EDSON’’ steering gear with chain and cable, bronze quadrant, stainless steel sheaves.
24 ‘’ dia. mahogany steering wheel.
Stainless steel rudder stock.
Bronze bushing rudder stock bearing.
YANMAR model: 4JH5E 54 hp. New diesel engine , year 2013.
Engine is four (4) cylinders with integrated gearbox.; model YANMAR KM35P.
Cooling system with coolant close circuit /heat exchanger water cooled.
Alternator 88 amp. mounted on engine.
1 ¼’’ dia. stainless shaft with direct flange coupling.
Bronze three (3) pales propeller 18’’ dia. right hand.
Cutless bronze shaft bearing.
Bronze stuffing box and pipe stern tube.
Engine resilient mounted as supplied with engine.
Bronze change over fuel line manifold.
All machinery system and equipment has been renewed in year 2013: new fuel line and filter, new exhaust line water lock and non return valve.
Two (2) aluminum ABYC tested fuel tanks (25 gal. Each, year 2013)
Two polyethylene water tank s (20 gal. Each, year 2013)
Black water waste tank (need installation )
Magnetic compass ‘’RITCHIE ‘’ 5’’dia. stainless steel base.
Chart nautical instruction (to be updated).
Mast deck light.
Portable anchor light.
Flags (to be updated).
FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT:
Signal flares (to be updated).
Fire buckets - two (2).
Extinguishers - four (4) (to be checked ).
Bilge pump (12 volts automatic).
Manual diaphragm type.
Submersible pump 110 volts.
AC/DC control panel.
Marine 12 volt batteries - three (3).
Outdoor connecting 110 volts outlet.
110 volts, 50 ft. electrical extension with two (2) adaptors.
Battery charger automatic.
Convertor 12 volts/110 volts.
Lightening ground via shroud linkage.
Liferaft coastal six (6) persons mounted on aluminum support frame with automatic float released.
Nine (9) feet inflatable dinghy with rigid bottom, set of paddles.
Electric 12 volts propulsion motor for dinghy.
Life jackets - six (6).
Life ring and buoyant line.
Collapsible boarding /swimming ladder in stainless steel.
Emergency safety medical box.
12 volts/110 volts refrigerator (year 2012).
Stove with oven propane (year 2012).
2 0 pounds propane cylinders - two( 2).
Gas detector alarm.
Coffee maker /toaster/kettle.
Wintering three (3) sections adjusted zipped boat tarpaulin.
Five hundred (500) feet nylon ½’’dia. rope reel for running rigging replacement.
Spare tackles sheaves.
Spare mast hoops.
Spare original set of sail (year, 1980 ).
Bosom chairs for rigging inspection.
Mooring board for commercial warf.
Mosquitoes screen for access hatch.
Dinghy small anchor.
Portable fuel containers - four (4).
Awning extension and protecting canvas cover.
Portable BBQ propane.
Galley utensils and accessories.
Mechanical tool box.
Portable battery charger.
This schooner with fine hull lines has been designed by Howard I. Chapelle , a well known Naval Architect and Maritime Historian who has published many books , plans and studies on schooners architectural evolution.
She has been cruising every summer time in Gulf of Saint-Laurent and kept on berth under cover for wintering six months.
This schooner is in fairly good general conditions, fully equipped and ready for the next cruise. Engine and all mechanical components including fuel tanks , exhaust line , shaft and propeller has been renewed in 2014.
Latest spring upkeep labour made prior 2019 insurance survey.
The boat anti-fouling and recaulking has been renewed and hull planking has been tested and find sound every where.
Both mast with spars has been laid down for a full overhaul with new varnish , all pulley . running and standing rigging has been inspected prior reinstallation.
As per latest survey recommendations. fire extinguisher has been reloaded and and safety flare renewed .
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