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Baltic DP Centerboard Sloop

£131,824 Listed price: US$174,900

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David Walters Yachts

777 SE 20th Street
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33316
United States
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Make Baltic
Model DP Centerboard Sloop
Year 1985
Condition Used
Price US$174,900
Fractional Shares 1
Type Sail
Class Racer/Cruiser
Length 42 ft / 12.8 m
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fibreglass
Location Annapolis, Maryland, United States
Tax Status Tax Not Paid
LOA 42 ft / 12.8 m
Length at Water Line 34 ft 9 in / 10.59 m
Beam 13 ft 4 in / 4.06 m
Max Draft 9 ft 6 in / 2.9 m
Min. Draft 6 ft / 1.83 m
Keel Type centerboard
Displacement (Half Load) 23363 lb
Ballast 9429 lb
Total Sail Area 1114 uom.sqft
Headsail Area 767 uom.sqft
Mainsail Area 347 uom.sqft
Cabin Headroom 6 ft 6 in / 1.98 m
Engine Make Westerbeke
Engine Model 44B
Fuel Type Diesel
Engine Year 2004
Designer Doug Peterson
Builder Baltic
Fuel Tanks 45 gal
Fresh Water Tanks 100 gal

Description

If you like sailing, you will appreciate this performance cruiser with a winning track record and New Teak Decks in 2011. She’s been upgraded with new instuments, chart plotter, air conditioning, diesel heat, engine and more. The boat is seriously for sale! Keep reading…

Designed by Doug Peterson in the early 80’s the Baltic 42 DP is a cruiser/racer with a powerfulhull shape and rig which was designed for speed and safety.  She has a fine entry and extended transom and a full belly to increase the waterline when heeled. Baltic Yachts of Finland has been building performance yachts for over thirty years to the highest technological standards available. The build quality is well regarded and the atmosphere of Scandinavian elegance and simplicity is evident. The beautiful new teak decks are clean and all about function. This is a vessel designed to sail really well. The simple, functional well equipped deck with all the low friction ball bearing blocks and Harken upgrades provides for effortless sail handling and comfortable passages. 

All this and reduced draft for the Chesapeake Bay and Bahamas with a keel / centerboard.  Incessant is the only centerboard Baltic 42DP in the US!  Draft with board up (raised with hydraulics) is only 6’.  Draft with board down is 9.6’

The current owner bought the Baltic 42 in 1990! It is a wonderful story to tell because owning a beautiful Baltic could have a lot to do with ocean racing and cruising. In the first years there were many wins! It is so impressive. The very first race was the Inaugural  Lighthouse Race in 1991 from Cape St. Clair down the Chesapeake Bay and around Chesapeake Light and back! Incessant won First in Class! With the maiden race accomplished, Incessant did Annapolis to Bermuda in 1992 and won! First in Class and Second in Fleet! Thrilling! From 1993 to 2008 it was Annapolis to Newport Races – finishing 2nd in class in ’95 and 3rd in class in ’99. In odd years after that it was Marblehead to Halifax Races – finishing 2nd in class in ’99 and 1st in class in ’01) and in the even years 2001 to 2008 it was Newport to Bermuda Races finishing 5th in class in 2002. That was pretty much 18 years of some fine ocean sailing! What a great boat.

In between and around the racing Incessant cruised the Chesapeake Bay from Hampton Roads to the Sassafras River, explored the Coast of Maine over 20 years from the NH border to Eastport, and had adventures sailing the Coast of Nova Scotia up into the Bay of Fundy and  Cape Brenton with short handed crew aboard. They really enjoyed cruising on a vessel with performance capability.

The owner has a sail inventory that is pretty crazy and a van was used to change the boat over from racing mode to cruising mode. He tells of many trips to Newport by van to switch the boat from racing mode to cruising mode. I guess that is what it takes to win races and also enjoy cruising with your sailing partner.

Racing or cruising, Incessant is a lovely comfortable vessel with a powerful sail plan and good motion. The two stateroom layout with a real v-berth up forward and a spacious double with a split mattress and lee cloth in the aft cabin and the two heads results in a boat with very nice accommodations.

Incessant has arrived in Annapolis where she is getting all detailed up for her next owner. She is a wonderful value and completely ready for the next owner to sail away.

Highlights include:

  • New teak deck! Replaced the teak decks in 2011 (note deck is glued, ½” thick versus the original screwed 3/8” deck
  • New Engine! Replaced the original Perkins 4-108 engine with a new Westerbeke 44B engine and Hurth transmission in 2004
  • New AC 2014. Installed a CruiseAir air conditioner with reverse cycle heat (supply ducts throughout the boat) in 2014.  A/C can run off a single Honda EU2000i Generator (included) when not connected to shore power.  Generator has an extended run external tank (included)
  • New B&Gs! Replaced the B&G sailing instruments (Wind Speed, Wind Direction, Boat Speed, Depth, Water Temperature and Heading Compress) in 2014
  • New Furuno NavNet! Installed an integrated Furuno navigation system – NavNet 3D chart plotter, AIS transmitter/receiver, Sirius Weather Radio, Digital Radar, TimeZero Computer Software (computer not included) in 2014.  Note that the B&G and Furuno systems are integrated
  • Replaced the Hot Water Heater with a Isotemp heater in 2014.
  • Replaced the stove in 2013 with a Force 10 Oven / Range
  • New Refrigeration! Replaced the engine driven refrigeration and shore power refrigeration units in 2012
  • New Entertainment Systems! Installed flat panel televisions (main and aft cabins), DVD player, OTA antenna, and cable input in 2015
  • Installed Cell Phone and WIFI boosters in 2015
  • Great Diesel Heat! Installed Espar diesel heat with ducts throughout
  • LED Upgrades! Converted Navigation, Anchor, and Tri-Color Lights to LEDs
  • Converted a number of interior lights to red/white LEDs
  • Freedom 25 Inverter / Charger and Link 2000 Battery Monitor / Controller
  • Upgraded Charging Systems! Balmar 150 Amp alternator, Balmar Regulator and Duo Charger
  • Other numerous on-going upgrades and replacements to all systems
  • Receipts available for large expenses…like the 80K for the teak deck!

This is a beautiful performance cruising boat with a special history. She has been loved and maintained and upgraded for the past 27 years by her dedicated owner. I wish all owners were like this. The new teak deck is simply astounding. Gorgeous!  We are proud to offer this Baltic 42 DP to our followers. There are not so many good boats left from this amazing era. Incessant is appealing. If you like sailing, you will love the performance of this special cruiser!  

Do not miss this opportunity!

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Full Specifications

FULL SPECIFICATIONS

Accommodations

Envisioned as a performance cruiser, this Baltic 42 DP was designed and built to appeal to the whole crew. She has sporty style and substance and she also looks the part of a racer and definitely she’s an awesome racer cruiser that you can really sail. Incessant is a two stateroom aft cockpit vessel with a unique aft cabin and centerline berth in the master stateroom with its ensuite head. The forward cabin is a true Vberth with the guest head and shower. With two heads each with a faucet shower she’s comfortable when you have guests aboard. The teak joinery is yacht quality accentuated with a teak and holly sole. The navigation station is a complete ships office. It is incredibly large with a chart table to accommodate an ocean chart. The galley is tucked to starboard at the companionway entirely workable with good refrigeration and ample storage. The galley is laid out forward of the passage to the aft cabin with storage outboard in lockers with both hanging and shelving. The engine room access on four sides is supremely functional. The headroom will delight the tallest of sailors at 6’6” and the ventilation is very good with large overhead hatches, dorades, and fans.

As you enter the companionway, the well appointed galley is located to starboard with the large nav station and ships office to port. The large, sit down forward-facing, nav station has wrap around instrumentation.  The main salon has an L-shaped settee to starboard with a filler to make a wide berth. There is a straight settee berth to port. The cabinetry outboard well executed and you will be very impressed by the condition of the woodwork. The teak and holly cabin sole is in good condition also. The upholstery in natural tones create a homey, comfortable environment. There are “delivery” slip covers for the cushions to keep them nice and fresh.

The guest stateroom is up forward, with spacious true V-berth with an insert to make a full double. There is ample stowage in lockers, shelves, and drawers. Your guests will not want to leave with their private space and forward head and stall shower. The guest head forward of the bulkhead to starboard has access from either main salon as well as from the forward cabin. It has a vanity with a sink and shower faucet and the toilet.

This is a lovely sailing vessel that looks like a real performance cruiser. Cabinets have louvered doors for ventilation. The teak and holly sole is in good condition. There is great ventilation with fans, dorades, and opening ports and hatches. The upholstery is pleasing and she has a lovely ambiance and every creature comfort with AC and heat.

Creature Comforts:

  • Air-conditioning system with reverse cycle heat
  • Espar diesel heat
  • Flat screen TV DVD in the salon and another in the master cabin
  • TV Antenna
  • Wifi booster antenna
  • Laptop hook up
  • Nice low amp cabin lighting
  • Ample deck hatches for ventilation
  • Eight Hella fans throughout
  • Solar fans in the fore cabin and aft cabin
  • Cushions, with slip covers
  • Stereo with CD player
  • Satellite radio cradle and hook ups – just need your Sirius 7 receiver and subscription
  • Interior and exterior speaker system
  • Large center cockpit with dodger
  • Sun awning from the mast aft for cruising
  • Teak cockpit table
  • Aft swim ladder with teak steps
  • Screens for all opening hatches

 

Galley & Plumbing

Incessant has had a great life both ocean racing and just cruising. Everything is good! All the galley ware conveys. There is are two extra water tanks for more comfy cruising.

Galley Details:

  • L shaped galley with nice space, light, and air
  • New foot pumps
  • Teak cabinetry
  • Formica counter top with generous space
  • Ample storage, counter space and drawers
  • Good access to the cockpit
  • Refrigeration is a custom Rich Beers Holding Plate Refrigerator/Freezer
  • Engine driven compressor underway and 110 Amp compressor when connected to shore power (can also be run off the inverter and alternator when motoring)
  • Refrigerator is top opening
  • Separate freezer top opening
  • Force 10, three-burner propane stove with oven and broiler
  • Microwave
  • Double deep stainless steel sinks
  • PUR water filter system in galley
  • Hot and cold pressure water with mixing faucet
  • Isotherm hot water heater
  • Manual foot  pumps for fresh and sea water
  • Trash bin
  • Spice rack
  • Flatware drawer
  • Cutting board
  • Galley ware conveys
  • BBQ grill with propane hook up
  • Liquor storage

 

Propane for galley stove

  • Starboard aft locker
  • Properly vented with solenoid and pressure gauge
  • One 10 lb tank to run the stove and BBQ

 

Plumbing Details:

  • 100 gallons of water in three tanks with inspection ports
  • Two heads, both have Crittenden Baby Blake toilets with elongated Royal Dalton bowls!
  • Ensuite owners head accessed from the aft cabin and the main cabin
  • Aft head has sink with vanity and shower faucetnd sump pump
  • Foot pump for hands free washing
  • Aft cabin owners head has 20 gallon holding tank and a diverter valve for direct overboard flush offshore
  • Holding tank, 20 gallon with deck pump out or overboard pump out
  • Forward guest head is large with a vanity sink with a pressure water and foot pump
  • Baby Blake toilet forward uses a Purasan treatment system
  • Forward faucet shower
  • Pressure water pump
  • Hot water heater 110v and engine

 

Electronics & Navigation

Grand navigation station and ships office to port with large chart table and wrap around instrumentation to control all the ship’s systems. Redundancy is the way to describe the nav and comms set up.

  • Furuno DRS4D pole mounted Radar
  • Furuno Nav Net 3D display at the helm with custom mount to swivel for steering from the side coamings as well as directly behind the helm
  • Chart plotter displays raster or vector charts with Furuno lifetime free upgrades for charts at the helm and at the nav station using TimeZero computer software (software included but computer not included)
  • Chart plotter displays tides and currents and real time weather with Sirius weather subscription
  • Chart plotter displays radar overlays and ARPA radar plot
  • Integrated AIS overlays on charts (Furuno FA 150)
  • Redundant GPS – Furuno, Standard Horizon GPC Chart 155C WAAS which can be connected to a laptop, Furuno GP 35 GPS Navigator at the nav station, Garmin handheld GPS 48 for ditch bag
  • VHF Radios: Standard Horizon Matrix GX2000 with DSC and full function cockpit mic with masthead antenna (with Vesper Marine SP-1600 splitter for AIS)
  • Icom IC-M80 VHF at the nav station with separate antenna on radar pole
  • Icom 710 SSB with insulated backstay and copper grounding
  • Pole mounted radome
  • Global Star Sat phone
  • Satellite weather – Sirius BBWX2 integrated with Furuno (you just need your subscription)
  • Simrad Robertson AP20  autopilot with remote can steer by compass, waypoint or wind
  • Auto pilot ram attached to redundant quadrant for safety
  • B&G Triton sailing instruments for boat speed, water temp, apparent and true wind speed and direction, heading and magnetic wind direction, GPS data and linked with Furuno for range and bearing to waypoints
  • NINE multifunction B&G displays: one at the nav station, five at the helm, and three in the forward cockpit
  • Heeling indicator
  • Suunto D-165 binnacle compass 6”
  • Electronic compasses include: KVH Auto Comp 1000 fast talker tied to Furuno system and to B&Gs used for MARPA Radar calculations; Simrad RC25 tied to autopilot; plus Simrad RFC35 back up for auto pilot
  • Weems and Plath clock and barometer
  • Recording barometer beautiful ink on paper system installed at the nav station

 

Systems: Mechanical & Electrical Systems

Engine room and mechanical space is under the cockpit with access panels on all four sides and the top!  Repowered in 2004 the Westerbeke is dearly loved!

You can tell the owner was not planning to sell the boat! The last major service in 2016 included pretty much everything you could do to insure optimal performance for the next ten years! Major services included everything…valve adjustment,  pre-heat circuit cleaning, fuel injectors, starter motor, engine compression check, heat exchanger was removed cleaned and pressure tested, transmission damper plate was replaced with a new synthetic damper, all the engine water hoses and the thermostat were replaced, there is a new engine vacuum break valve, of course the head bolts were torque to spec, the exhaust elbow was replaced, there’s a new salt water pump, the PYI Dripless shaft seal maintenance was renewed per manufacturer specs, the cutlass bearing was replaced, there is a new transmission cooler, the valve cover oil breather was removed and cleaned, the electric fuel pump was replaced and the old one which was fine is now a spare, the radiator caps for the upper expansion tank and the engine cap are now new, just in case!

See what I mean….the owner did not intend to sell the boat at this time! It just turned out this way for you!

Mechanical Details:

  • 2003 Westerbeke 44B  44HP new in 2003
  • 3100 hours
  • 150 amp alternator
  • Major service in 2016 !!!
  • New engine mounts installed with new engine 2003
  • Shaft 30mm new in 2003
  • Cutlass bearing new in 2016
  • PYI dripless shaft seal 2016
  • Three blade Max Prop feathering prop installed 2013 (20”x13”)
  • Two blade Max Pro feather prop for racing
  • Fuel – 45 gallons
  • Fuel burn about 1 gallon per hour at 2100 rpm
  • Safe Cruising range about 200 miles motoring
  • About 7 knots at 2200 rpms
  • Racor fuel filter
  • Perco sea water strainer
  • Electric fuel pump
  • Low access point for oil change
  • Good engine room access
  • Engine room blower
  • Steering system - Edson pedestal steering chain to wire on the quadrant – replaced in 2013
  • Emergency tiller stowed in lazarette
  • Receipts for major items available
  • Annual service as recommended by Westerbeke
  • Extensive maintenance spares, filters, impellers

Other Mechanicals

  • Cruisair AC system
  • Beers 110v refrigeration with shore power
  • Espar diesel heater

 

Electrical Details:

Electrical system includes charging through shore power, main engine alternator, with an ample battery bank new AGM batteries and inverter to run appliances. And ancillary Honda EU2000i generator, which can charge batteries or run the air conditioner

DC 12v Electrical System

  • House bank: Four AGM Lifeline GPL31XT batteries new in June 2017 house bank 500 amp hours with five year Lifeline warranty!
  • Separate start battery – AGM 105 amp hour battery charged via Duo charger
  • Main engine alternator Balmar 150 amp plus Balmar regulator
  • Duo charger keeps start batteries charged
  • Batteries installed under aft berth in box tied down
  • DC electrical breaker panel
  • Freedom 25 (2,500 watts) with Link 2000 battery monitoring system
  • 12 Volt Circuit Breaker Panel
  • 12 Volt Systems:
  • Three circuits for interior lights
  • Nav lights new port, starboard, stern deck level nav lights
  • Tri-color masthead navigation and anchor light LED
  • Anchor light LED
  • Stern light LED
  • Steaming light
  • Deck Flood Light
  • Interior cabin lights include seven LED red and white dome lights and Four Halogen rectangular lights, two in the main cabin and two in the aft cabin
  • Low level mood lights over each bookshelf
  • Florescent lights in the heads and galley
  • Courtesy red foot lights throughout
  • Kerosene oil lamps
  • Mast junction box at mast base
  • Wifi booster and cell phone booster
  • Electronics
  • Autopilot
  • Espar heater
  • Hella fans
  • Sump pump
  • Macerator pump
  • Purasan system
  • Stereo and entertainment
  • 12 Volt outlet
  • Deck wash system
  • Electric bilge pump with automatic float switch in deep bilge forward of the mast
  • Transfer pump from nav / galley area to bilge pump
  • Two emergency manual pumps one under nav seat and one in cockpit locker
  • Various electrical spares

AC 110v Shore Power System:

  • 120v 30 amp connection
  • 50 ft. shore power cords (three) plus 50 Amp to 30 Amp adapter, 30 Amp to 15 Amp adapter, and 15 Amp to 30 Amp adapters
  • Freedom 2500 watt inverter charger
  • AC breaker panel has master on-off breaker and reverse polarity indicator
  • 110 v outlets (11)
  • Hot Water Heater
  • Custom Rich Beers 110v refrigeration compressor air cooled
  • Cruise Air Stoaway air-conditioning system 16,000 btu with reverse cycle heat,smart start and ducting in all three cabins (Portable generator can power the AC)

Portable Generator

  • Honda EU2000i

 

Rig and Sail Inventory

  • Sloop rig with baby stay for extra support
  • Removable running backstays, and hydraulic back stay
  • Keel stepped mast - ICW capable
  • Black anodized mast and boom with double spreaders
  • Traditional mainsail system with mid boom sheeting to adjustable traveler system with low stretch line and self tailing winches port and starboard
  • Harken traveler with ball bearings (big boat series)
  • Navtec hydraulic vang system with control panel at the helm
  • Navtec hydraulic backstay adjuster
  • Standing rigging is Rod rigging inspected and replaced / reheaded as necessary in 2006
  • Chain plates all rebedded when the new teak deck was installed
  • Running back stays for use in rough ocean conditions
  • Running rigging replaced as necessary and all is in good condition
  • Harken jib car tracks for #1 has continually adjustable cars with Harken blocks and control lines
  • Harken outside track for #2 has pin stopper for manual adjustment
  • Harken inside track for #3 has pin stopper with car that can accommodate control lines
  • Preventer system with Harken block and tackle from mid boom to the aluminum toe rail as needed
  • North Kevlar 150% genoa with rope insert for proper sail shape when partially furled
  • Mast mounted pole control system for double poles
  • Carbon fiber pole deck mounted on Port
  • Aluminum spinnaker pole deck mounted on SB
  • Two poles allow double pole jibes or running downwind with two headsails
  • Internal halyards
  • Mainsail halyard sheaves (two) with ball bearing turning blocks, deck stoppers, and self tailing halyard winch Lewmar #43
  • Spinnaker halyards port and starboard with floating turning blocks, line stoppers, and Harken ball bearing blocks to Lewmar #46 winches with cleat
  • Spinnacker topping lifts, one rigged, however there are sheaves and exit points for two topping lifts. Topping lift exits the mast through Harken ball bearing turning blocks to deck mounted stopper, to Lewmar #43 winches
  • All sail control lines led to the cockpit with appropriate stoppers and winches
  • Mainsail can be jumped and stopped at the mast
  • Traditional mainsail with slab reefing track on the boom and slab reefing lines run to stoppers and Lewmar ST winches in the cockpit
  • Reefing tack attached at the mast end of the boom
  • All control lines led to the cockpit: headsail sheets, main sheet, traveler, furling line, spinnaker pole topping lift, spinnaker pole downhaul, reefing lines, outhaul, Cunningham, and main halyard
  • All teak deck hardware was rebed when the new teak deck was installed

      

Winches

  • Primary sheet winches on the combing  Lewmar 65 ST two speed
  • Secondary winches in the cockpit Lewmar 55 ST two speed
  • Mainsheet winches aft of the cockpit near the traveler on port and starboard, Lewmar ST 40
  • Cabin top winches two  Lewmar 43 two speed with line stoppers
  • Winches at the base of the mast – two Harken 46 two speed for spinnaker halyards and two Harken 46 ST two speed for genoa halyards
  • Reefing lines run through stoppers to Harken 43 ST winches in the cockpit
  • Headsail furling line can be led to cockpit winches
  • Good winch care and condition with spare parts and maintenance items included

 

SAIL INVENTORY

Incessant has enjoyed a life of ocean racing and cruising and her sail inventory is nothing short of amazing! I believe there are 21 sails. The current owner of many years has involved Scott Allen in all the sail design and construction. Scott has been with a few different firms and has remained the sail design consultant for Incessant always!

Sailing rig specs! I – 56.1’; J – 17.66’; P – 50’; E – 13.89’

Total Sail Area:

With 155% headsail – 767 sq feet of headsail

With spinnaker – 891 sq feet

Main sail – 347 sq feet

 

Mainsail

-               Cruising mainsail – UK - Kevlar, full batten, loose foot, 5 battens

-               Racing mainsail– UK - Kevlar, partial full battens, extra roach, loose foot

-               Sobstad – storm trysail

 

Headsails

  • North - Roller furling, Kevlar, 150% (#1) while continually adjustable, reef points built in for #2 and #3
  • Sobstad – Roller furling, Dacron, 100% (#3) with short battens
  • UK – Light air #1, Kevlar, 155%, with turtle bag
  • UK – All purpose #1, Cuban fiber, 155% with turtle bag
  • Doyle - #2, Kevlar, 140%, with turtle bag
  • Doule - #3, Kevlar, 100%, with turtle bag
  • UK - #4, Kevlar with turtle bag
  • Sobstad - #5, Dacron
  • Sobstad – storm jib

Other

  • Doyle - Spinnaker staysail
  • Doyle – Kevlar, high clewed reacher, approximately 140%

         

Spinnaker (manufacturer, type, size, weight, sock):

  • UK – Asym Runner, .75 oz,, full size, turtle
  • UK – Asym Reacher, 1.5 oz, full size, turtle
  • UK – Blooper, .75 oz
  • UK – Tri-radial, .6 oz, turtle
  • UK – Tri-radial, .75 oz, turtle
  • UK – Mini Tri-Radial, 1.5 oz,
  • Hood - .75 oz
  • Doyle chute scoop which can be used with any of the spinnakers.
  • Spinnaker funnel for rubber banding spinnakers for ease of hoisting when not using the chute scoop

Don’t worry! The current owner will help you sort out the best sails for your racing and cruising vision.

Hull Construction and Design Features

  • IOR hull shape Doug Peterson design
  • External fin cast lead keel and ss keel bolts
  • Built by Baltic in Finland
  • GRP sandwich construction for strength and lightness
  • Modern construction techniques with balsa core, fiberglass matt and roving and extensive unidirectional roving for stiff and light construction
  • All stress areas are solid fiberglass and reinforced
  • Structural bulkheads of marine plywood sandwiched with fiberglass and laminated to the hull sides
  • Balanced spade rudder
  • Keel ballast 9,429 lbs (including 1,800 lbs of bronze ballast in centerboard)
  • IMS Displacement 23,363 lbs, includes crew
  • Deck of sandwiched construction reinforced where deck hardware is located
  • All teak deck hardware was rebedded with the new teak deck was installed
  • Teak decking overlaid and glued on
  • Slotted aluminum toe rail
  • Bronze thru hulls
  • Blue Awlgrip paint
  • White boot stripe
  • New bottom paint in 2017

 

Deck Details:

  • Fiberglass sandwich with Balsa core deck reinforced for deck fittings
  • Teak decking overlay
  • "Tropics-Friendly" low maintenance toe rail
  • Virtually no brightwork on deck
  • 32" high SS stanchions thru bolted with backing plates
  • Bow and Stern pulpit
  • Double lifelines
  • Port and starboard boarding gates amidships
  • Boarding ladder transom mounted
  • Cockpit locker to port
  • Propane locker aft starboard lazarette
  • Two 4 inch SS cowls
  • Three large deck hatches with screens and covers
  • Bow and stern cleats and midship chock
  • Motor mount on the stern rail with lifting crane mounted to radar pole
  • Pole mount for radome

 

Cockpit Details

  • Double cockpit with steering station aft
  • T-shaped helm station
  • Flat coamings you can sit on
  • Dodger with hand rails
  • Bimini over helm station
  • Great winch placement for single hand sailing
  • Edson pedestal with wheel steering
  • Nav pod with custom SS guard swivels for visibility from the side coamings
  • Furuno radar and plotter display at the helm with weather and AIS and with multiple split screens or overlay for different chart ranges or different range radar
  • B&G sailing instruments at the helm and over the companionway
  • Autopilot control at the helm and remote
  • Leather covered wheel
  • Engine controls and engine instrument panel
  • Compass binnacle mounted
  • Teak cockpit sole
  • Four large cockpit drains to meet ORC requirements
  • Teak cockpit table attaches to the pedestal
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Cockpit lockers deck
  • Propane locker in starboard lazarette
  • Manual bilge pump in the cockpit and one down below also
  • Swim/boarding ladder on the stern

 

Canvas:

  • Dodger that folds down
  • Bimini
  • Spray curtains
  • Sun Awning from the mast aft
  • Custom Sunbrella covers for all deck hatches
  • Custom Sunbrella cover for carbon fiber pole
  • Dinghy cover for rollup dinghy
  • Outboard cover
  • Custom stern cover
  • Rain awning for generator to run AC in the humid places
  • Custom Sunbrella cover for generator
  • Full boat storage cover!

 

Ground Tackle:

  • Stem fitting with single bow anchor roller
  •  Below deck Lofrans Tigress electric windlass with helm control or hand remote
  • Anchor wash down system
  • 45 lb CQR anchor with 115 ft of 5/16th G4 chain and 125’ ¾ braided nylon rode
  • Fortress FX 37
  • Fortress FX 23
  • Delta Quickset 22
  • 2 reels of Ankorlina type 1.5” webbed anchor rode, approximately 180 feet each with two – six foot lengths of chain
  • Drogue – ParaTech Delta 72”
  • Sea Anchor – Jim Buoy Model 929, 36” diameter – 36 x 72”

 

Dinghy:

  • 2003 Avon Rover R310 10’ rollup dinghy  with high pressure floor
  • HIN AVB41989G203 and seat, oars, inflation pump, dingy bow bag, tow bridle, lifting harness, Edson step, and lights
  • Nisson 6 hp four-stroke outboard Model NSF6A2S1 with custom cover and lifting harness
  • Edson motor mount on transom stern rail
  • Garhaurer lifting crane integrated with radar pole

 

Additional and Safety Specifications & Items

Incessant has everything required for racing and cruising plus everything else!

  • Life Raft Viking, Model 6UKL, 6 person, valise, last inspected 3/22/2016 – next inspection due 3/22/2019
  • Life raft stores below deck
  • Garmin Portable GPS-48 GPS, McMurdo SmartFind Plus G5 401 EPIRB w/ GPS (battery expired), and Standard Horizon Hand held VHF HX460S with waterproof bag for grab bag
  • Man Overboard MOM 8A
  • Throwable floatation: Lifesling II with Sunbrella cover
  • Two throwable Type IV cushions
  • Throw Rope, 70 ft
  • PFDs  12 - Type II (fixed) and Six Inflatable w/harness
  • Four tethers
  • Flares Weems and Plath electronic flare and distress flag
  • Signal mirror
  • Fire extinguishers
    • 2 – Halatron – in galley and in front of engine room
    • 1 – Powder – in forward cabin
    • 1 – Powder – in aft cabin
  • Portable Air Horn
  • Bell at nav station and whistle
  • CO detector
  • Manual bilge pump below decks
  • MARPOLE garbage placard
  • No Discharge placard
  • Jack lines
  • Lee cloths for sea berths
  • GFCI protection for AC outlets
  • Emergency tiller
  • Fenders – 4 for home dock use and 4 with covers for use away from home dock
  • Dock lines – 6 for home dock use and 6 for use away from home dock
  • Magma Propane rail mounted grill with cover and propane tank adapter / regulator
  • Two extendable boat hooks
  • Bosun’s chair
  • Radar reflectors – Mobri type reflector permanently mounted on backstay and Davis Echomaster type collapsible reflector which is raised on flag halyard to starboard lower spreader
  • Satellite Phone – Globalstar GSP 160 Tri-Mode, in hard shell Pelican case, currently inactive
  • Collision Mat
  • Flame Snuff – Flame snuffing blanket
  • Survival Tech Abandon Ship Bag with flotation
  • Hand Held Lights - Spot Light, battery operated/rechargeable, 2 million candlepower, Two – 3 D cell Mag Flash lights
  • Two – trim light holders
  • Signal Flag kit
  • Emergency VHF antennas
  • Canon Image Stabilized 10 x 30 IS Binoculars
  • Sail repair kit
  • Navigational dividers, parallel ruler, etc. (on boat in glove box)
  • Paper chart kits (not current) for area from Norfolk to Eastport Maine with various cruising guides
  • Protest Flag
  • First Aid Afloat Manual
  • Winch handles – two Harken Aluminum Speed Grip 10”, four Harken Aluminum Speed Grip 8”
  • Six Snatch Blocks and two large spinnaker guy blocks
  • Two Harken ball bearing double line Spreacher Blocks for spinnaker sheets
  • Running Backstay Block and Tackle – Harken ball bearing big boat
  • Boom preventer – Harken Ball Bearing big boat block and tackle
  • Running rigging –
    • Two headsail halyards,
    • Two spinnaker halyards,
    • One spinnaker pole topping lift,
    • One spinnaker pole downhaul (one continuous line from port cockpit to pole and back to starboard cockpit so the pole can be adjusted from either side),
    • Genoa sheets – 2 sets, one for light air and 1 regular, both low stretch,
    • Spinnaker sheets – 2 sets, one for light air and one regular, both low stretch
    • Spinnaker guys – 1 set low stretch
  • Two Hydraulic handles
  • Three Manual bilge pump handles – with lanyards

Disclaimer

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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David Walters Yachts

777 SE 20th Street
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33316
United States
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