1987 Bristol 54.4 centre cockpit - $240,000
THANKS TO IRMA, NOW $30,000!!
CONTACT ME FOR CURRENT POST-IRMA EXTERIOR PICS (NOTE: no current interior photos available yet).
Visible hull damage, from photos: hull penetration from jack stands (possibly both sides), minor damage to trailing edge of keel, various scuffs/scrapes. She was stored low down, due to a keel pit, so she did not have far to go either side, when blown off her stands.
Her interior joinery and electronics suffered fresh water damage, after what we believe may have been looting, which resulted in the companionway being left open.
There are services, supplies and labour available in the BVI's, to undertake repairs, but I cannot answer more specific questions on costs, exact repairs necessary, etc. She should be easy enough to get afloat again and then sail to a more convenient location for proper repairs.
"Civilization measures its progress by tracing accomplishments along the way. One such milestone attests to mankind's advancement at sea. The Bristol 54.4.
In an age of her own by virtue of smooth, clean lines, an abundance of sail, and the even, deliberate course she keeps. Designer Dieter Empacher carries on the Bristol tradition of excellence with a sleek, shallow draft hull that lifts and speeds her graceful tonnage - allowing easy, steadfast steering no matter how much wind is blowing.
The Bristol 54.4 slopes from thrusting bow to streamlined cabin, then wraps around a wide, comfortable cockpit where winches are in reach and visibility is complete. Her shapely transom leaves a fluent wake behind.
Below decks, a home afloat of finest teak or mahogany, hand worked to an owner's special whims. Double showers, triple staterooms, and quality fixtured galley and heads radiate from centre, creating a spacious main salon.
The Bristol 54.4. How far civilisation has come." - Bristol Yachts
'Harkaway' features 3 staterooms, 2 heads with separate shower stalls, recent electronics, generator, air conditioning, recent RIB and outboard, electric winches and more.
Be sure to call Carl for more info.
(3) fuel tanks approximately 55 gals each - Total 165 gallons
(4) water tanks, total approximately 275 gallons
(2) holding tanks
water and fuel tanks pressure checked (2014)
fresh water system has two pumps with selector switch under galley sink
"Harkaway" is a three stateroom, two head layout. Starting forward is a V berth guest cabin with inset cushion to form a double berth and abundant storage in a combination of hanging lockers, cabinets and drawers. There are also two overhead hatches in this cabin in lieu of the standard configuration of one hatch.
Aft to starboard is a side guest cabin with under/over berths, hanging locker and drawer storage. The forward head is across from this cabin on the portside. The forward head has an electric toilet, vanity w/ Corian counter and separate shower stall. The floor surface is ceramic tile.
The main salon consists of an L-shaped settee with drop-leaf table to starboard and two mounted swivel barrel chairs to port. There is an ample number of storage lockers in this area. The settee and chairs are upholstered in a White Sunbrella fabric (redone 2015). The cabin sole is Teak and Holly with a finish of gloss varnish (refinished 2016).
The keyhole galley is aft of the salon to port. Aft to starboard is the passageway to the qwner's cabin. In the passageway there is the nav station with seat.
The owner's cabin features an island queen berth, tremendous storage in a variety of hanging, drawer and locker space. There is also an en-suite head. The aft head has an electric toilet, vanity w/ Formica counter and separate shower stall. The floor surface is ceramic tile.
Main engine and generator access is provided by series of doors on all side of the space under the cockpit.
refrigeration boxes re-insulated to increase efficiency (Ice cream in the Caribbean), 2014
double stainless sink
manual fresh water
white formica counter surfaces
main engine Westerbeke 100 hp - top end rebuild 2008
bow thruster (electric)
Max Prop feathering propeller (2008)
Marine-Air air conditioning (3 units) - 2 units w/ digital control and pump (2013)
macerators (2) one for each head
main engine alternator 175 amp (2011)
B&G sailing instruments and mast sensors on companionway sea-hood (2014)
B&G Zeus chartplotter with onboard bluetooth and mast sensors (2014) (tablet remote unit)
Simrad autopilot (interfaced to B&G Zeus chartplotter) (2012)
Garmin 3010C redundant chartplotter 10.4" - cockpit (2006)
Garmin 3005C redundant chartplotter - nav station (2010)
(2) Icom VHF nav station - remote cockpit mic (2009)
SSB - vav station
marine stereos (2) - cockpit and master cabin, both with bluetooth
binnacle compass with chrome cover
Shorepower 50 amp 240v
12 volt DC
AGM batteries for house, engine starting, generator (2014)
Xantrex charger/inverter w/ control panel (2014)
additional battery chargers (backup) for bow thruster, engine starting
Westerbeke 8kw generator refurbished (2010)
Hood electric stowaway spar (motor replaced and system serviced 2013)
new standing rod rigging 2014 (Annapolis Rigging)
all chain plates - removed, inspected, polished and re-bedded (2014)
running rigging replaced (2014)
135% genoa (high cut) 2011 with new UV cover 2015
mainsail (2012) new UV cover (2015)
hydraulic backstay adjuster
Harken traveler (2009)
Harken blocks on cabin house
Merriman Hollbrook centerboard winch
currently sailed as sloop, but inner forestay for cutter available
Barient self tailing winches (electric jib winches - high speed buttons work)
new Hood stainless ports and hatches (2010)
hull Awlgrip "Jade Green" (2009)
teak decks replaced - glued (2009)
cabin and deck Awlgrip (2009)
(4) hull-side fixed ports - removed, re-bedded, lens replaced (2015)
deck accessed bow storage locker