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COASTER II, ( this is the original name), is a clipper-bowed, two-masted gaff-rigged topsail schooner designed and originally owned by master designer Murray Peterson. She was built in 1933 at the Goudy & Stephens boatyard at East Boothbay, Maine. COASTER II was the second in a series of three schooners Peterson designed to replicate the craftsmanship and appearance of late 19th century coasting schooners. She was built as a yacht and is registered as a National Historic vessel. COASTER II has been through a significant restoration and retains outstanding integrity to her original design and construction. She has sailed around Cape Horn and is believed to have won the Trans-Pac race in the late '40's or '50's. She was the only American flag vessel to place in her class in the 2002 Pacific Tall Ship Challenge. In 2003, she raced in the American Schooner Cup race in San Diego. It is rare that a vessel of this pedigree comes available at a very reasonable value. COASTER II shows very well which is a testament to her knowledgeable, caring ownership. The present owner is a boatbuilder whom has built many traditional small boats. He has upgraded COASTER II with new sails, new electrical system, new interior rebuild, and much new hull work as described above. Please call us to view this traditional schooner. This is a superb opportunity. Thank you for your interest.
Annie Gray is a longstanding YBAA member, offering 43 years of experience in assisting clients in the purchase or sale of high quality yachts of distinction.
Please call Annie at 207-363-7997 or on her cell at 603-498-3450
HULL & DECK:
• Clipper Bow hull design with Balau stem.
• White hull painted yearly with "Schooner White" paint, Kirby red copper antifouling paint on bottom (bottom painted every year).
• Varnished mahogany transom.
• Varnished mahogany exterior trim; all trim has been revarnished yearly, and teak decks are oiled with Kirby deck every year.
• Honduras & African mahogany carvel planking – 1 ½” thick.
• Purple heart butt blocks.
• White oak keel and frames, floors, cabins, and deck beams.
• Honduras mahogany cabin trunk sides.
• Decks are solid teak – 1 ½” x 2”; in 2005, teak decks were completely reefed of old cotton and seam compound; each deck joint was then sanded, new cotton and seam compound installed. New teak decks installed on cabin tops 2015.
• Fastenings are bronze in new planking with over 300 fasteners have been replaced.
• Two large teak Sampson posts.
• Bronze hawse pipe and Cast Bronze deck hardware.
• 1” solid bronze stanchions tapering to 5/8” at top with ring new double lifelines.
• Two Butterfly deck hatches; one fordeck hatch; bronze opening ports.
• Wide side decks with stout bulwarks, mahogany caprails, mahogany pinrails.
• Split trunk cabin with two companionways, followed by an aft cockpit.
• Teak and bronze boom gallows frame.
• Self-bailing aft cockpit with worm gear wheel steerer, rebuilt 2015.
• Dinghy davits.
Fuel: 70 gallons.
Water: 160 gallons in two tin-lined copper tanks.
Holding: 50 gallons in poly tank (macerator removed for Great Lakes use).
ACCOMMODATIONS: UPGRADES 2009-2010: by present owner
• Cabin interior layout was changed to closer emulate Murray Peterson's designs. Traditional materials and joinery were used - mahogany, cherry, oak, cedar and marine plywood.
• Entering from main hatchway to port is a tool and spare parts work bench with drawers and work surface, wet locker, and hand carving of a mermaid.
• Amidships is engine box with additional work space.
• To starboard is the chart table with Garmin 3205 color chartplotter, and storage drawers for charts, files, etc.
• Forward is the roomy salon with two bunks and lots of storage.
• Entering forward cabin is the the enclosed head which is unchanged.
• To starboard is a roomy sail locker conveniently located under forward companionway hatch.
• Galley to starboard includes oak icebox, brass lamp over sink, drawers, storage shelves, and butcher block countertop.
• Amidship is a Shipmate wood burning cook stove, with tiles around, and a copper warming shelf.
• The portside mahogany dining table converts to a double.
• Vee berth forward for two, with anchor rode storage below; private hatch to deck.
UPGRADES DONE BY PREVIOUS OWNER FROM 2003-2006:
• Teak decks were restored in 2005 with new cotton and new seam compound.
• New 2006 Garmin 3205C color GPS-Plotter & Garmin 3210 chartplotter and Garmin 41 radar with overlay.
• New 2006 full winter cover and aluminum frame by Mobile Canvas.
• Four new 12V deep cycle batteries, 2006; separate starting battery and switch 2015.
• Fuel tanks cleaned and fuel polished 2006.
• New holding tank and hoses; new Vacuflush freshwater head, new deck discharge.
• 2006 new mahogany half rounds and trim around trunk cabins.
• New Shipmate wood burning cook stove.
• Rebuilt Kelvin & White 6” bronze binnacle compass using oil.
RESTORATION (undertaken by previous owner between 1992-1998) as follows:
• 13 out of 14 1½” keel bolts replaced with galvanized iron.
• New Balau stem with 1½” galvanized stem band from stem head to keel ballast.
• Replaced 29 portside oak frames.
• Replaced 24 starboard oak frames.
• New purple heart butt blocks, using 2” thick at butt ends of planking.
• Replaced 14 floors with purple heart.
• Between 2/3 + ¾ of all hull planking was replaced including installing new bronze screw fastenings.
• New topmast, jib boom and new bowsprit.
• New purple heart mast steps.
• New running rigging.
• New parcelled and served galvanized standing rigging.
ENGINE & MECHANICAL:
• 1999 Single Perkins/Sabre 65 hp diesel, 4 cylinder, FWC, with 1030 hours as reported on hour meter.
• Racor fuel filter.
• Hurth transmission.
• 20 x 12 RH fixed 3 bladed prop; S/S shaft.
Cruising speed: 6.0-6.5 knots @ 1.0 gph @ 1600 RPM.
ELECTRICAL: (electrical system completely redone in 2008)
• 12V DC system and 110V AC system (30 amp).
• New isolated starting battery.
• Four new 12V batteries with heavy duty master switch.
• 12V running lights and navigation lights.
• Xantrex battery monitor and True Charge 20 amp charging system.
• Shore power cord.
• For 5-6.
• Chain locker forward.
• There is an overhead hatch with glass prism.
• Opposite to starboard is an open hanging locker, a single pullman berth and a mahogany bookcase/shelves.
• Next aft to port is the enclosed head with Vacuflush W.C., green sink, countertop, hand-held shower, lockers under vanity sink, shower sump (instant hot water heater disconnected- needs upgraded LPG bottle).
• The galley includes a S/S sink with manual brass pump.
• A well-insulated 4” foam front-loading icebox with 12V coolerator refrigerator.
• The engine access is excellent via an engine box next to the companionway ladder.
• All interior is finished in the Herreshoff style with white paint, varnished mahogany trim and an oiled teak sole.
• The berth cushions are in very good condition and are brown-colored vinyl.
• There are red and white dome lights in salon, and reading lights throughout.
• Two Butterfly hatches, two companionways, 4 portlights.
• Standard Horizon DS 150 depthsounder.
• 7" white spherical binnacle compass.
• ICOM VHF radio.
• 2006 Garmin 3205 color GPS-Plotter & Garmin 3210 chartplotter with Radar overlay.
• New Standard Horizon Matrix GX 2000 VHF with remote mic at helm.
SAILS & RIGGING:
• New 2010- Complete set of sails including drifter and topsail, by Nat Wilson.
• 2010 Mainsail, foresail, two jibs, and fisherman, all dacron and in good condition, by Nat Wilson.
• Green sailcovers.
• Masts are varnished Douglas fir, 7” diameter at heel atop purple heart mast steps 40” long x 10” wide x 8” thick.
• New solid Spruce bowsprit.
• Lazy jacks on mainsail.
• Teak turning blocks.
• 12" added to jib boom (back to original recommended by Nat Wilson).
• Masts stepped through deck, atop floor timbers.
• Manual anchor windlass (double drum mechanical with chain wildcats).
• 125 lb Fisherman anchor with 250´ 3/8” chain.
• 60 lb CQR Plow anchor with 250´ 3/8” chain.
• Spare 250´ nylon anchor rode; also sea anchor.
• 9'10" wooden rowing dinghy with oars.
• 2006 new full winter cover with aluminum frame with headroom underneath.
• Some lead ballast pigs in bilge.
• 2 manual bilge pumps; 12V electric bilge pump; 2 Rule gold series in line.
• Bosch instant hot water heater disconnected.
• 12V shower sump.
• 2010 new Revere 8 person liferaft, inspected 2014.
• Sony stereo and speakers.
• 2010 new Cospas-Sarsat EPIRB.
• 2 new Gold Series 2700 Rule bilge pumps with sensors.
• Green canvas covers for wheel, all hatches, binnacle.
• New 2006 Brass clock and barometer.
• Wooden boathook, lifering, man overboard pole.
• Fenders, docklines.
• Ship’s bell.
• Boat hook.
• Radar reflector.
• Five fire extinguishers.
• Compressed air horn.
• Folding oak swim ladder.
• Deck box.
• Tender stored on transom davits.
• Papers showing vessel is a member of a National Historic Registry.
COMMENTS: COASTER II, ( this is the original name), is a clipper-bowed, two-masted gaff-rigged topsail schooner designed and originally owned by master designer Murray Peterson. She was built in 1933 at the Goudy & Stephens boatyard at East Boothbay, Maine. COASTER II was the second in a series of three schooners Peterson designed to replicate the craftsmanship and appearance of late 19th century coasting schooners. She was built as a yacht and is registered as a National Historic vessel. COASTER II has been through a significant restoration and retains outstanding integrity to her original design and construction. She has sailed around Cape Horn and is believed to have won the Trans-Pac race in the late '40's or '50's. She was the only American flag vessel to place in her class in the 2002 Pacific Tall Ship Challenge. In 2003, she raced in the American Schooner Cup race in San Diego. It is rare that a vessel of this pedigree comes available at a very reasonable value. COASTER II shows very well which is a testament to her knowledgeable, caring ownership. The present owner is a boatbuilder whom has built many traditional small boats. He has upgraded COASTER II with new sails, new electrical system, new interior rebuild, and much new hull work as described above. Please call us to view this traditional schooner. This is a superb opportunity. Thank you for your interest.
Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed. Specifications are provided for information purposes. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. Vessel subject to sale, price and inventory changes, and withdrawal from market without notice.