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Chris-Craft Cabin Cruiser

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Boat Details

Year:
1951
Manufacturer:
Chris-Craft
Model:
Cabin Cruiser
Length:
38
Beam (width):
Weight:
Draft:
Hull Material:
mahogany batten fastened
Storage History:
Condition:
complete restoration

Engine Details

Year:
1951
Manufacturer:
Chris-Craft
Cylinders:
Horsepower:
180 x 2
Maximum Speed:
Hours on Engine:
Fuel Type:
gasoline
Condition:
360 hours on engines

Trailer Details

Year:
Manufacturer:
Axle Type:
Brake Type:
Weight Capacity:

Additional Equipment & Accessories

Included in Asking Price:
Available at Additional Cost:

Asking Price: $50,000

Posted Date:

SORRY, THIS BOAT IS SOLD AS OF SEPT 25, 2015
pb473-starboard side

BOAT DESCRIPTION:   Chris Craft 38 Double Stateroom Salon

Price: was $70,000. New price: $50,000 USD

       YEAR BUILT:  1951 model  (not confirmed)

BOAT DESCRIPTION: Chris Craft 38 Double Stateroom Salon

HIN: DS-38-008

YEAR BUILT: 1951 model (not confirmed)

LICENCE NUMBER: 4E 2542

BUILDER: Chris Craft Corporation

 

CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL: Wood construction

COLOUR: White hull / varnished deck and cabin sides

HULL TYPE: Modified Vee planing.

 ENGINE(S): Twin Chris Craft Inboards Serial #: Port – 814860 Starboard – 814865

DRIVE(S): Paragon HF2B25 transmissions Serial #: Port – 4K1027 Starboard – 4K49

ENGINE HOURS: 360.0 hours showing on a single hour meter

 GENERATOR: Kohler 5.0 KW Serial #: 0699106 Hours – 90.3 on meter

MEASUREMENTS:

LOA: 38’ BEAM: Approx. 11’ 6” DRAFT: 2’ 9”

TANKAGE: Fuel: 110 U.S. Gallons / 417 litres each. (Manufactured Dec 2000)

Water: 40 gals (estimated)

Sewage: 25 gals. (estimated)

SPEED AND FUEL CONSUMPTION (APPROX)

Approx. Speed: 8 mph @1400 rpm,12 mph @2900 rpm, and 20 mph @ 4000 rpm
Approx. Fuel consumption (US): 4 gph at low speed, 8 gph at med speed, and 13gph at high speed
HULL
Layout & Design:

The vessel is a standard wood production series built by the Chris Craft Corporation in the 38 Sedan model line. It has a modified vee hull configuration with a raked stem, transomed stern and hard chines, designed primarily as a recreational cruiser. Power is provided by twin gasoline inboards mounted midships, connected to shaft driven props. The interior layout consists of an aft cockpit area with wood sole, having tankage mounted below; Forward into the cabin is a large salon area with the helm in the forward port corner, having the engines and tankage installed below the salon sole; Forward and down, the galley is to starboard, with the enclosed head forward of the galley; A convertible dinette is opposite along the port side; Bow area is a private cabin, with an anchor rope locker in the forepeak. The upholstery and window coverings have been recently upgraded as new. Upgraded teak and holly soles have been laid throughout the salon and forward cabin areas. Mahogany wall panelling is installed throughout the salon, showing well with a professional quality varnish finish applied. The vessel provides accommodations for six.

Material and type of construction – The hull is wood construction, with the hullsides carvel planked in sawn mahogany timber, batten fastened. The bottom utilizes double plank construction methods, with inner planking laid diagonally over sawn oak bottom frames that are positioned along the bilge on approximately 13” centres. Sawn mahogany planking is laid over the exterior surfaces, with a layer of bedding compound applied between the two layers. Silicon bronze and stainless steel fasteners have been used, not drawn for inspection. Intermediate ribs are positioned between the bottom frames for additional integrity. Hullside frames are joined to the bottom frames along the chines with the use of knees. Four longitudinal sawn timber stringers are installed along the bilge to provide integrity to the hull and to act as beds for engine mountings. The hull is bulkheaded at four stations to add further to its integrity. The inner keel, stem, layboards, chines and sheer clamp are all sawn oak timber. The hullsides have a professional quality paint finish applied, showing well, with isolated blemishes developing. The transom is mahogany planked with a good quality varnish finish applied. New transom frames and planking were installed as part of the restoration project. The bottom is coated with antifouling paint. Bottom seams are well caulked, with plank surfaces smooth and fair

The decks are wood construction with marine grade plywood laid over sawn timber frames, having mahogany strip planking overlaid the foredeck areas, with sawn mahogany timber laid along the side and aft decks. The foredeck grouting is in good condition. A professional quality varnish finish has been applied over the fore and side deck areas. The cabintop is wood construction, with fibreglass overlaid the exterior surfaces. Exterior surfaces of the cabinsides have a professional quality varnish finish applied. The cockpit sole is planked in teak.

Propellers – Three blade bronze, LH & RH rotation props.

Shafts – 1 ½” Stainless steel

Shaft logs – Bronze logs hose connected to bronze glands with hose sleeves.

Struts and Bearings – Bronze, dagger style struts with an intermediate hanger forward of each strut all fitted with cutlass bearings.

Rudders – Bronze, suspended spade style with bronze ports.

Skeg – Sawn timber skeg, through bolted the hull along the keel, drawn tight and well bedded.

DECK EQUIPMENT:

Marine grade hardware, secure in its mounting and appearing original to the vessel; Stainless steel bow rail, secure; Mahogany Sampson post on the foredeck; Mahogany framed hatch in foredeck, providing access and ventilation to the forward cabin area; Stainless steel handrails along the perimeter of the cabintop, Mahogany yardarm on the cabintop; Opening port windows installed in the hullsides; Sliding cabin windows set in tracks on wood sills; Steps on each cabinside, providing access to the cabintop; Fortress FX-23 anchor stored in the cockpit bilge, no rode attached; Bruce anchor and chain lead and rope for 2 anchors stored in aft cockpit storage under seating: Chain lead and rope rode also stored in the forepeak locker for 2 anchors.

NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT:

12 volt navigation lights, operational; 12 volt dual trumpet horns, Ritchie Powerdamp compass; Half Mile Ray, manual remote spotlight, Raytheon Ray 220 Vhf radio / hailer, Vhf antenna; Apelco 560 GPS / depth / fish finder, Standard Horizon GPS Chart CP180,; Ship’s bell in cockpit; 24” Ring buoy with throwing line attached; Floating man over-board beacon light, Throwing line in a bag; Hand-held air horn, Various life jackets.

 ENGINE COMPARTMENT:

 No. of engines – Twin installation, secure within their mountings. Gasoline/diesel – Gasoline

 Manufacturer – Chris Craft 283 c.i.d. blocks. Hours – 360.0 hours showing on meter

Type – Inboard with Paragon hydraulic transmissions H.P. – Estimated at 185 h.p. each

 Serial number – Port: 814860 Starboard: 884865

 Type of carb fitted to engine – Single downdraft carb is installed on each engine

 Flame arrestor fitted – Marine style flame arrestor is installed on each engine.

 Type of cooling system – The engines are raw water cooled.

 Instrumentation – Tach, temp, oil pressure / amp gauges, all original Chris Craft brand; Single hour meter in the face of the helm; Weema Fuel tank gauge (x2); Fresh water and waste tank gauges on side of the helm.

 Type of engine controls – Mechanical controls with jacketed push/pull cables for shift and throttle operation. The steering system is mechanical drag link, with a solid rod running aft, connected to the pitman arm on the port rudder. A steel tie-bar is installed between the rudder pitman arms

 Description and condition of exhaust system – The exhaust is raw water cooled with two cast manifolds with copper collector pipes installed on each engine, connected to a single hose running aft to separate cast mufflers suspended from the salon sole. Each muffler is in turn hose connected to a copper pipe exiting the transom corners through properly bedded flanges. Hoses are in serviceable condition, with connections double clamped.

 Engine room ventilation – The system is intact, upgraded from the original.

 No. of outlets – Four No. of inlets – Two Hose fitted – All vents are ducted to the bilge area

 Blower(s) installed – (2) 12 volt marine blowers are installed aft of the port engine, upgraded from the original, and ducted to the bilge area by the engines and generator

 Gas detector – Xintex M2 fuel vapour detector mounted on the side of the helm. 1 sender in engine room and 1 sender in cockpit bilge with fuel tanks

 CO Detector – Xintex-Fireboy CO detector in the salon, with a second unit mounted in the v-berth

 No., type and location of bilge pumps – 12 volt, 2000 gph pump with automatic switch, installed along the keel at the transom, 12 volt, 2000 gph pump with automatic switch, installed along the keel between the engines, 12 volt, 2000 gph pump with automatic switch, installed along the keel at the bow, and a back up 1500 gph with automatic switch, installed on a raised platform along the keel at the bow

Generator– Late model (2001) Kohler 5.0 kw rated gasoline generator with sound shield, mounted along the keel aft of the engines, secure in its mounting.

 Serial # – 0699106 Hours – 90.3 showing on meter

 Exhaust for generator – The exhaust is raw water cooled with a single cast manifold installed, hose connected to a fibreglass canister muffler mounted below the cockpit sole, in turn hose connected to a properly bedded flange installed in the transom. Hoses are of approved type, in serviceable condition with all connections double clamped.

 SEA CONNECTIONS:

 1. Engine sea connection (x2), bronze fittings with gate valves, located one aft of each engine. The hoses are in serviceable condition with the connection to the valve single clamped and secure.

 2. Air conditioner pump sea connection, bronze fitting with ball valve and strainer, located aft of port engine, hoses are in serviceable condition with the connection to the valve double clamped and secure.

 3. Generator sea connection, bronze fitting with ball valve and strainer, located aft of the starboard engine, with the strainer loose on the valve, having water seepage evident at the threads. The hose is in serviceable condition with the connection to the valve double clamped. 

4. Refrigerator compressor sea connection, bronze fitting with ball valve, located aft of the starboard engine. The hose is in serviceable condition with the connection to the valve single clamped and secure. No room is available for placement of a second securing clamp. The hose has a check valve to prevent loss of prime.

 5. Deck washdown pump sea connection, bronze fitting with gate valve and strainer, located aft of the starboard engine. Hoses are in serviceable condition with the connection secure

 6. Forward looking depth sounder transducer mounted forward of the port engine, and sumlog / depth sounder transducer mounted along the keel, inboard from the head, both well bedded and secure.

FUEL TANKS AND SYSTEM:

 No. of tanks – Two upgraded fuel tanks are installed, with each having a manufacturing date stamp of 12/00.

 Location – The tanks are installed on wood bunks, below the aft cockpit sole.

 Material – 5052 Aluminum Capacity – 110 U.S. gallons / 417 litres each.

Filled from deck – Fuel rated hose has been run from each tank pick-up fitting to the respective deck plate. Hoses are in serviceable condition, with connections secure and deck plates static bonded to the respective tank.

 Vented to Atmosphere – Fuel rated hose has been run from each tank fitting to a vent installed in the hull. Hoses are in serviceable condition with connection to each tank secure.

 Tank vents screened Overflow from fills will run overboard

Shut-off valves at tank – A mechanical ball type valve is installed at the inlet side of the engine and generator fuel filters, as well as at each tank pick-up fitting.

 Type and condition of fuel line(s) – Fuel rated hose has been run for the entire system, upgraded from the original, with new spin-on filters mounted aft of the engines.

 Generator fuel lines – Fuel rated hose has been run for the generator, upgraded from the original, with an upgraded fuel filter mounted to the starboard side of the generator. Hoses are in serviceable condition with connections secure.

 Fuel tank metal securing straps are insulated

 Installation – The complete fuel system was upgraded as new at the time of the refurbishing project, with work carried out in a professional manner, in accordance with ABYC standards.

 WIRING AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:

 Voltage – 12 volt and 120 volt systems are installed. Both systems have been upgraded from the original, with work carried out in a professional manner, in accordance with ABYC recommended practices.

 Type of wire – Approved wiring for each system has been run.

 Circuits are fused and circuit breakers are fitted – The 120 volt and 12 volt systems have breaker over-current protection provided.

 Vapour proof switch is present – (3) Battery switches are installed on the side of the helm.

 Condition of wiring in engine compartment – Wiring has been run in harnesses throughout, secured and protected along the runs. Insulated crimp connectors have been used in all areas.

 DC wiring fuse panel – location and condition – An upgraded marine service panel is mounted in the forward, starboard corner of the salon, fitted with a total of (13) branch circuits, all labelled with breaker over-current protection provided. Various inline fuse holders have also been utilized. DC amp and voltmeters are installed in the panel.

 AC wiring, 110 volt, location and description of outlets and wiring – The 110 volt power enters the vessel through a 30 amp inlet mounted at the forward, starboard corner of the cockpit, upgraded from the original. An onboard double pole main breaker is installed in an upgraded marine service panel mounted within the locker area at the forward, starboard corner of the salon, along with a breaker power source selector system for shore, generator or inverter power source selection. Power is distributed through (8) branch circuits, all labelled with breaker over-current protection provided. A polarity indicator, AC voltmeter and AC amp meter are installed in the panel. Duplex receptacles are installed throughout, all in protective boxes, with GFI protection provided where required. The system has been upgraded from the original, with work carried out in a professional manner, in accordance with ABYC recommended practices.

Batteries, location and type – There are (4) 6 volt HD golf cart batteries installed along the keel at the forward end of the engine compartment,; (2) 12 volt, lead acid batteries, one outboard of each engine; (1) 12 volt lead acid battery mounted aft of each engine- (1) for the generator and (1) for backup. 120 volt alternator affixed to port engine

 Batteries are properly secured – The batteries are all secured within boxes.

 Ventilated boxes with covers are provided – Covers have been installed.

 Additional electrical equipment – Heart Interface Freedom Marine 25 power inverter/charger mounted in the aft dinette seat base, Heart Interface Link 1000 battery status monitor on the side of the helm, Battery isolator at the forward starboard corner of the engine compartment, DC voltmeter with selector switch in the service panel, for monitoring battery condition; DC amp meter in the service panel.

DOMESTIC SYSTEMS:

 · 120 volt GE Spacesaver microwave oven

· 12 volt pressurized fresh water system with upgraded pump mounted at the aft end of the engine compartment, having a galvanized steel holding tank mounted aft of the engines below the salon sole

· 120 volt water heater mounted aft of the port engine, upgraded from the original

· 120 volt Polar fridge / freezer unit mounted in the original fridge compartment, unit is upgraded

· 12 volt Sealand Vacuflush toilet system connected to a holding tank to be mounted below the aft cockpit sole, fitted with appropriate deck pump-out attachments;

· 120 volt Cruisair reverse cycle heat / air system – separate air distribution vents to salon area and V-berth

 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS:

 · Fireboy automatic clean agent unit mounted in the engine compartment

· Sea Fire G350 automatic halon unit in the cockpit bilge area

· 5 lb ABC dry chem extinguisher lying loose at the helm

· 5 lb ABC dry chem extinguisher bracket mounted at the helm

· 2 ½ lb BC dry chem extinguisher bracket mounted in the v-berth

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT:

 Teak swim platform with fold-down mahogany boarding ladder; Weaver snap davit brackets mounted on the swim platform; Bennett hydraulic trim tabs, (3) 12 volt windshield wipers, Hailer horn mounted on the cabintop; (6) Inflatable fenders with lines and pull-up system; Various mooring lines; Raritan rudder angle indicator; Airguide engine synchronizer, 12 volt power point at the helm, (2) 12 volt windshield defog fans; Clarion M3170 am/fm cassette stereo in the salon, Clarion XM665 6-disc CD changer in the salon, 12 volt power point at the forward starboard corner of the salon, Spare set of 22 x 22 three blade bronze props stored in the cockpit bilge; spare shaft stored in salon area, Aft cockpit hot/cold shower; Clarion remote stereo control at the helm.

       LICENCE NUMBER:  4E 2542

       BUILDER:  Chris Craft Corporation

       CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL:  Wood construction

       COLOUR:  White hull / varnished deck and cabin sides

HULL TYPE:  Modified Vee planing.

       ENGINE(S):  Twin Chris Craft Inboards                         Serial #:  Port – 814860    Starboard – 814865 

       DRIVE(S):  Paragon HF2B25 transmissions                  Serial #:  Port – 4K1027   Starboard – 4K49

       ENGINE HOURS:  360.0 hours showing on a single hour meter

        GENERATOR:  Kohler 5.0 KW                                      Serial #:  0699106           Hours – 90.3 on meter

 MEASUREMENTS:

      LOA:  38’                                BEAM:  Approx. 11’ 6”                               DRAFT:  2’ 9”   

TANKAGE:   Fuel:   110 U.S. Gallons / 417 litres each.  (Manufactured Dec 2000)

                     Water:  40 gals (estimated)

                   Sewage:  25 gals. (estimated)

 SPEED AND FUEL CONSUMPTION (APPROX)

 Approx. Speed:                                    8 mph @1400 rpm,12 mph @2900 rpm,  and 20 mph @ 4000 rpm

Approx. Fuel consumption (US):            4 gph at low speed, 8 gph at med speed, and 13gph at high speed

HULL

 Layout & Design:

The vessel is a standard wood production series built by the Chris Craft Corporation in the 38 Sedan model line.  It has a modified vee hull configuration with a raked stem, transomed stern and hard chines, designed primarily as a recreational cruiser.  Power is provided by twin gasoline inboards mounted midships, connected to shaft driven props.  The interior layout consists of an aft cockpit area with wood sole, having tankage mounted below; Forward into the cabin is a large salon area with the helm in the forward port corner, having the engines and tankage installed below the salon sole; Forward and down, the galley is to starboard, with the enclosed head forward of the galley; A convertible dinette is opposite along the port side; Bow area is a private cabin, with an anchor rope locker in the forepeak.  The upholstery and window coverings have been recently upgraded as new.  Upgraded teak and holly soles have been laid throughout the salon and forward cabin areas.  Mahogany wall panelling is installed throughout the salon, showing well with a professional quality varnish finish applied.  The vessel provides accommodations for six.

 Material and type of construction – The hull is wood construction, with the hullsides carvel planked in sawn mahogany timber, batten fastened.  The bottom utilizes double plank construction methods, with inner planking laid diagonally over sawn oak bottom frames that are positioned along the bilge on approximately 13” centres.  Sawn mahogany planking is laid over the exterior surfaces, with a layer of bedding compound applied between the two layers.  Silicon bronze and stainless steel fasteners have been used, not drawn for inspection.  Intermediate ribs are positioned between the bottom frames for additional integrity.  Hullside frames are joined to the bottom frames along the chines with the use of knees.  Four longitudinal sawn timber stringers are installed along the bilge to provide integrity to the hull and to act as beds for engine mountings.  The hull is bulkheaded at four stations to add further to its integrity.  The inner keel, stem, layboards, chines and sheer clamp are all sawn oak timber.  The hullsides have a professional quality paint finish applied, showing well, with isolated blemishes developing.  The transom is mahogany planked with a good quality varnish finish applied.  New transom frames and planking were installed as part of the restoration project.  The bottom is coated with antifouling paint.   Bottom seams are well caulked, with plank surfaces smooth and fair

The decks are wood construction with marine grade plywood laid over sawn timber frames, having mahogany strip planking overlaid the foredeck areas, with sawn mahogany timber laid along the side and aft decks.  The foredeck grouting is in good condition.  A professional quality varnish finish has been applied over the fore and side deck areas.  The cabintop is wood construction, with fibreglass overlaid the exterior surfaces. Exterior surfaces of the cabinsides have a professional quality varnish finish applied.  The cockpit sole is planked in teak.  

 Propellers – Three blade bronze, LH & RH rotation props.

 Shafts – 1 ½” Stainless steel

 Shaft logs – Bronze logs hose connected to bronze glands with hose sleeves.

 Struts and Bearings – Bronze, dagger style struts with an intermediate hanger forward of each strut all fitted with cutlass bearings. 

 Rudders – Bronze, suspended spade style with bronze ports.  

 Skeg – Sawn timber skeg, through bolted the hull along the keel, drawn tight and well bedded.

 DECK EQUIPMENT:  

Marine grade hardware, secure in its mounting and appearing original to the vessel;  Stainless steel bow rail, secure;  Mahogany Sampson post on the foredeck;  Mahogany framed hatch in foredeck, providing access and ventilation to the forward cabin area;  Stainless steel handrails along the perimeter of the cabintop, Mahogany yardarm on the cabintop;  Opening port windows installed in the hullsides;  Sliding cabin windows set in tracks on wood sills;  Steps on each cabinside, providing access to the cabintop;  Fortress FX-23 anchor stored in the cockpit bilge, no rode attached;  Bruce anchor and chain lead and rope for 2 anchors stored in aft cockpit storage under seating: Chain lead and rope rode also stored in the forepeak locker for 2 anchors.

 NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT: 

 12 volt navigation lights, operational; 12 volt dual trumpet horns, Ritchie Powerdamp compass; Half Mile Ray, manual remote spotlight, Raytheon Ray 220 Vhf radio / hailer, Vhf antenna;  Apelco 560 GPS / depth / fish finder, Standard Horizon GPS Chart CP180,; Ship’s bell in cockpit; 24” Ring buoy with throwing line attached;  Floating man over-board beacon light, Throwing line in a bag;  Hand-held air horn, Various life jackets.

 ENGINE COMPARTMENT:

 No. of engines – Twin installation, secure within their mountings.  
SORRY, THIS BOAT IS SOLD AS OF SEPT,2015                       Gasoline/diesel – Gasoline

 Manufacturer – Chris Craft 283 c.i.d. blocks.                                         Hours – 360.0 hours showing on meter                                                                                                                          

Type – Inboard with Paragon hydraulic transmissions                                             H.P. – Estimated at 185 h.p. each

          

Serial number – Port:  814860                                                                               Starboard:  884865

 Type of carb fitted to engine – Single downdraft carb is installed on each engine

 Flame arrestor fitted –   Marine style flame arrestor is installed on each engine.

 Type of cooling system – The engines are raw water cooled.

 Instrumentation – Tach, temp, oil pressure / amp gauges, all original Chris Craft brand;  Single hour meter in the face of the helm;  Weema Fuel tank gauge (x2);  Fresh water and waste tank gauges on side of the helm.

 Type of engine controls – Mechanical controls with jacketed push/pull cables for shift and throttle operation.  The steering system is mechanical drag link, with a solid rod running aft, connected to the pitman arm on the port rudder.  A steel tie-bar is installed between the rudder pitman arms

     Description and condition of exhaust system – The exhaust is raw water cooled with two cast manifolds with copper collector pipes installed on each engine, connected to a single hose running aft to separate cast mufflers suspended from the salon sole.  Each muffler is in turn hose connected to a copper pipe exiting the transom corners through properly bedded flanges.  Hoses are in serviceable condition, with connections double clamped. 

 Engine room ventilation – The system is intact, upgraded from the original. 

 No. of outlets – Four                     No. of inlets – Two                   Hose fitted – All vents are ducted to the bilge area

 Blower(s) installed – (2) 12 volt marine blowers are installed aft of the port engine, upgraded from the original, and ducted to the bilge area by the engines and generator

 Gas detector – Xintex M2 fuel vapour detector mounted on the side of the helm. 1 sender in engine room and 1 sender in cockpit bilge with fuel tanks

 CO Detector – Xintex-Fireboy CO detector in the salon, with a second unit mounted in the v-berth

 No., type and location of bilge pumps – 12 volt, 2000 gph pump with automatic switch, installed along the keel at the transom, 12 volt, 2000 gph pump with automatic switch, installed along the keel between the engines, 12 volt, 2000 gph pump with automatic switch, installed along the keel at the bow, and a back up 1500 gph with automatic switch, installed on a raised platform along the keel at the bow

 Generator– Late model (2001) Kohler 5.0 kw rated gasoline generator with sound shield, mounted along the keel aft of the engines, secure in its mounting.

 Serial # – 0699106                                                                               Hours – 90.3 showing on meter

 Exhaust for generator – The exhaust is raw water cooled with a single cast manifold installed, hose connected to a fibreglass canister muffler mounted below the cockpit sole, in turn hose connected to a properly bedded flange installed in the transom.  Hoses are of approved type, in serviceable condition with all connections double clamped.

 SEA CONNECTIONS:

 1.        Engine sea connection (x2), bronze fittings with gate valves, located one aft of each engine.  The hoses are in serviceable condition with the connection to the valve single clamped and secure.

 2.        Air conditioner pump sea connection, bronze fitting with ball valve and strainer, located aft of port engine, hoses are in serviceable condition with the connection to the valve double clamped and secure.

 3.        Generator sea connection, bronze fitting with ball valve and strainer, located aft of the starboard engine, with the strainer loose on the valve, having water seepage evident at the threads.  The hose is in serviceable condition with the connection to the valve double clamped. 

 4.        Refrigerator compressor sea connection, bronze fitting with ball valve, located aft of the starboard engine.  The hose is in serviceable condition with the connection to the valve single clamped and secure.  No room is available for placement of a second securing clamp. The hose has a check valve to prevent loss of prime.

 5.        Deck washdown pump sea connection, bronze fitting with gate valve and strainer, located aft of the starboard engine.  Hoses are in serviceable condition with the connection secure

 6.        Forward looking depth sounder transducer mounted forward of the port engine, and sumlog / depth sounder transducer mounted along the keel, inboard from the head, both well bedded and secure.

 FUEL TANKS AND SYSTEM:

 No. of tanks – Two upgraded fuel tanks are installed, with each having a manufacturing date stamp of 12/00.

 Location – The tanks are installed on wood bunks, below the aft cockpit sole.

 Material – 5052 Aluminum                                            Capacity – 110 U.S. gallons / 417 litres each.

 Filled from deck – Fuel rated hose has been run from each tank pick-up fitting to the respective deck plate.  Hoses are in serviceable condition, with connections secure and deck plates static bonded to the respective tank.  

 

 Vented to Atmosphere – Fuel rated hose has been run from each tank fitting to a vent installed in the hull.  Hoses are in serviceable condition with connection to each tank secure. 

 Tank vents screened                                                                Overflow from fills will run overboard

Shut-off valves at tank – A mechanical ball type valve is installed at the inlet side of the engine and generator fuel filters, as well as at each tank pick-up fitting. 

 Type and condition of fuel line(s) – Fuel rated hose has been run for the entire system, upgraded from the original, with new spin-on filters mounted aft of the engines. 

 Generator fuel lines – Fuel rated hose has been run for the generator, upgraded from the original, with an upgraded fuel filter mounted to the starboard side of the generator.  Hoses are in serviceable condition with connections secure. 

 

 Fuel tank metal securing straps are insulated

 Installation – The complete fuel system was upgraded as new at the time of the refurbishing project, with work carried out in a professional manner, in accordance with ABYC standards. 

 WIRING AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:

 Voltage – 12 volt and 120 volt systems are installed.  Both systems have been upgraded from the original, with work carried out in a professional manner, in accordance with ABYC recommended practices.  

 Type of wire – Approved wiring for each system has been run.

 Circuits are fused and circuit breakers are fitted – The 120 volt and 12 volt systems have breaker over-current protection provided. 

 Vapour proof switch is present – (3) Battery switches are installed on the side of the helm.  

 Condition of wiring in engine compartment – Wiring has been run in harnesses throughout, secured and protected along the runs.  Insulated crimp connectors have been used in all areas.

 DC wiring fuse panel – location and condition – An upgraded marine service panel is mounted in the forward, starboard corner of the salon, fitted with a total of (13) branch circuits, all labelled with breaker over-current protection provided.  Various inline fuse holders have also been utilized.  DC amp and voltmeters are installed in the panel. 

 AC wiring, 110 volt, location and description of outlets and wiring – The 110 volt power enters the vessel through a 30 amp inlet mounted at the forward, starboard corner of the cockpit, upgraded from the original. An onboard double pole main breaker is installed in an upgraded marine service panel mounted within the locker area at the forward, starboard corner of the salon, along with a breaker power source selector system for shore, generator or inverter power source selection.  Power is distributed through (8) branch circuits, all labelled with breaker over-current protection provided.  A polarity indicator, AC voltmeter and AC amp meter are installed in the panel.  Duplex receptacles are installed throughout, all in protective boxes, with GFI protection provided where required.  The system has been upgraded from the original, with work carried out in a professional manner, in accordance with ABYC recommended practices. 

 Batteries, location and type – There are (4) 6 volt HD golf cart batteries installed along the keel at the forward end of the engine compartment,;  (2) 12 volt, lead acid batteries, one outboard of each engine;  (1) 12 volt lead acid battery mounted aft of each engine- (1) for the generator and (1) for backup. 120 volt alternator affixed to port engine

  Batteries are properly secured – The batteries are all secured within boxes.

 Ventilated boxes with covers are provided – Covers have been installed.

  Additional electrical equipment – Heart Interface Freedom Marine 25 power inverter/charger mounted in the aft dinette seat base, Heart Interface Link 1000 battery status monitor on the side of the helm, Battery isolator at the forward starboard corner of the engine compartment, DC voltmeter with selector switch in the service panel, for monitoring battery condition;  DC amp meter in the service panel.

 DOMESTIC SYSTEMS:

 120 volt GE Spacesaver microwave oven

  • 12 volt pressurized fresh water system with upgraded pump mounted at the aft end of the engine compartment, having a galvanized steel holding tank mounted aft of the engines below the salon sole
  • 120 volt water heater mounted aft of the port engine, upgraded from the original
  • 120 volt Polar fridge / freezer unit mounted in the original fridge compartment, unit is upgraded
  • 12 volt Sealand Vacuflush toilet system connected to a holding tank to be mounted below the aft cockpit sole, fitted with appropriate deck pump-out attachments;
  • 120 volt Cruisair reverse cycle heat / air system – separate air distribution vents to salon area and V-berth

 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS:

 Fireboy automatic clean agent unit mounted in the engine compartment

  • Sea Fire G350 automatic halon unit in the cockpit bilge area
  • 5 lb ABC dry chem extinguisher lying loose at the helm
  • 5 lb ABC dry chem extinguisher bracket mounted at the helm
  • 2 ½ lb BC dry chem extinguisher bracket mounted in the v-berth

 ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT:

 Teak swim platform with fold-down mahogany boarding ladder;  Weaver snap davit brackets mounted on the swim platform;  Bennett hydraulic trim tabs, (3) 12 volt windshield wipers, Hailer horn mounted on the cabintop;  (6) Inflatable fenders with lines and pull-up system;  Various mooring lines;  Raritan rudder angle indicator;  Airguide engine synchronizer, 12 volt power point at the helm, (2) 12 volt windshield defog fans;  Clarion M3170 am/fm cassette stereo in the salon, Clarion XM665 6-disc CD changer in the salon, 12 volt power point at the forward starboard corner of the salon, Spare set of 22 x 22 three blade bronze props stored in the cockpit bilge; spare shaft stored in salon area,  Aft cockpit hot/cold shower;  Clarion remote stereo control at the helm.

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