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|Model||Buzzards Bay 30|
|Class||Antique and Classic (Sail)|
|Length||47 ft / 14.33 m|
|Location||New England, United States|
|LOA||50 ft / 15.24 m|
|Length at Water Line||30 ft / 9.14 m|
|Length on Deck||46 ft 6 in / 14.17 m|
|Beam||10 ft 10 in / 3.3 m|
|Max Draft||8 ft 4 in / 2.54 m|
|Min. Draft||5 ft 4 in / 1.62 m|
|Total Sail Area||1325 uom.sqft|
|Propeller Type||2 Blade|
MASHNEE is a rare offering, being one of six known remaining hulls that has had the combined restoration efforts of well-known master craftspeople under the watchful eye of the owner. MASHNEE has been meticulously maintained since the restoration by the restorer on the fresh waters of Lake Champlain. She has the practical elegance in looks, speed and safety.
CRF 34.5 non-spinnaker 38.2 with-spinnaker 2016
VOTED MOST PHOTOGENIC at the 2017 CLASSIC WOODEN BOAT EGGAMONGAN REACH REGATTA (One of 94 Boats)
FUEL - 20 gallon aluminum
WATER - 30 gallon poly
HOLDING - 30 gallon poly
Mashnee's salon features port and starboard Concordia settee berths with red valour cushions that blend nicely with the cabin's varnished mahogony. There is an abundacne of storage in high cabinets port and starboard. Forward to starboard is a cabinet and dove-tail drawer storage.
Brass barometer by WEMPE
Brass clock by WEMPE
Large ventilating overhead hatches
MASHNEE's galley carries the theme of simplistic elegance from the main cabin by employing custom brass sink water pump and brass filtered water spigot. The crockery storage is plenty and with the white raised Herreshoff white panel cabinets and the varnished mahogany contrasting with the brass hardware you have elegant "eye candy".
ORIGO 2-burner alcohol stove
Mashnee's head features a RARITAN electric head with a 12volt PARMAX on demand pump. The drop-down stainless steel sink allows for greater room to move in this compartment.
Mashnee's forepeak has amble room for sail storage forward and to starboard. On her portside is a single berth. This space has a large overhead hatch for ventilation.
MASHNEE is powered by a VOLVO D240 4-cylinder, 40hp diesel connected to 2:14 to 1 gear that spins a driplass stainless steel shft with a prop.
GORI feathering two blade propeller
RACOR separator fuel filtering
RULE 1500 electric bilge pump
WHALE manual in-place bilge pump
Custom copper engine drip pan
MASHNEE is a 12volt system with custom panel on the starboard side of the companionway below. Master switching occurs are the same location. She is powered by 2- 12v marine grade batteries. When the alternator is not engaged the POWERFIL R15-1200 solar panel easily handles the charging duties.
SAILS AND RIGGING
MASHNEE has a new masthead rig as of 2015. Her 62' Sitka spruce keel stepped mast, boom and bow sprit are new in 2008. The standing rigging is stainless steel to bronze turnbuckles and chainplates.
Custom boat hook
Mahogany flag staff
Two bronze LEWMAR 44 - self tailing
Two bronze LEWMAR 40 - self tailing
Three bronze LEWMAR halyard - self tailing
135% Genoa - 2016
Number 2 furling jib
Working furling jib
Sail bags and cover
MASHNEE has a DANFORTH FORTRESS FX23 with 20' 5/8 galvanized chain connected to 300' of 3/4inch nylon rode. The auxiliary DANFORTH 28H has 20' galvanized 5/8 chain connected to 250' of 1inch nylon rode. A BRUCE anchor is also on-board for varying bottom types.
Original bronze windlass
Centerboard control next to compaionway
MASHNEE cockpit is set up so the navigational electronics are adjustable to constant monitoring. Her RITCHIE Power damp compass is easily utilized should you loose electrical power.
POWER DAMP COMPASS
UNIDEN UM525 VHF with remote
RAYMARINE C70 plotter
ST60 windspeed monitor
TRIDATA depth / speed / trip indicator
3 - Fire extinguishers
8" Brass ships bell
SEALIFT type III personal flotation vests
4 Seat cushions
Bilge cycle "Lap counter"
MASHEE's next owner benefits from a trove of written press on the restoration, construction plans, Herreshoff museum history on the Buzzards Bay 30's and a large amount of video footage on her restoration.
Her rebuilding was done over a three year period under the leadership of Darling Boatworks in Charlotte, Vermont. French and Webb of Belfast, Maine built the main cabin top and rudder. D. N. Hylan Associates of Brooklin, Maine drew the construction plans.
She is double planked with 9/16 Douglas fir over 9/16 Cypress planking. Bronze screws fasten planking to white oak frames and backbone. DYNEL is epoxied to plywood over her cedar decks and then AWLGRIP paint applied. The toe rails and hatches are Honduran mahogony. The deck house is varnished mahogany. Her lead ballast was melted down and recast before mounting.
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.