"Hannibal" is an exemplary example of a classic Chesapeake Bug Eye ketch that has lived a privileged life. "Hannibal" spent two years going through a massive refit from 2010-2012. This professional refit was shared between Knight & Carver Marine and Baja Naval Shipyard.
Almost everything on board, from her keel/centerboard to her sails is new. Her layout has changed and all equipment is new as well. All of the electrical system has also been renewed and her generator has 284 hours. The main engine has 703 hours as of Jan, 2019.
From her mechanical, electrical and plumbing, to her cosmetics and sail inventory, "Hannibal" is in ready to go condition.
St. Petersburg Yacht Sales and Service, with offices adjacent to the municipal marina in downtown St. Petersburg, previously known as St. Petersburg Yacht Charters and Sales. Page Obenshain, in the marine industry since 1970, along with our experienced yacht brokers, available for all power and sail boat brokerage services..
Please contact Page Obenshain at 727 430-6532
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Reuel Parker, Florida
Designer: Thomas Colvin NA
LOA: 69 ft 8 in
Beam: 13 ft 7 in
Length of Deck: 56 ft 0 in
Minimum Draft: 5 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 9 ft 0 in
Bridge Clearance: 58 ft 0 in
Total Power: 80 HP
Engine Brand: John Deere
Year Built: 2010
Engine Model: 4045 DFM 70
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 703
Engine Power: 80 HP
Forward in the forepeak is a chain/sail locker. Next aft is the main cabin with a v-berth stateroom forward,head to port with the salon aft. The salon is fitted with a dinette and single quarter berth with the galley to port. The interior is fitted with mahogany wood trim, teak and holly sole along with tile in the heads and granite counters in the galley. The bulkheads are painted plywood with wood batten headliner and LED lighting. Exiting the main cabin is the center cockpit with helm station immediately aft. Next is the aft stateroom with two single bunks and en suite head. The weather decks are painted nonskid along with the entire exterior of the vessel with the use of Awlgrip marine finishes. The weather decks are fitted with bulwarks and aluminum rails.
6kw Onan 2012 generator, Model M6736N, 284 hours
12 volt DC, 120 volt AC @ 60 hertz
2ea 30amp shore cords and 50 amp splitter
Magna Sine 2800 watt inverter with remote control
Main electrical panel is in the salon with a sub-panel at the helm
2ea galvanic isloators
2ea Prosport 12 battery chargers
Mastervolt 12/40-3 charger
2 AC units, one for aft cabin and one for forward area
Atlantic Marine T12 hot water heater with heat exch from engine
Kenyon electric stove
Sails & Rigging
Genoa - Tape drive mylar and kevlar, UK Halsey on electric furling system
UK asymetrical spinnaker
North dacron main, Dec 2016
North dacron mizzen, Dec 2016
Anderson 52ST, 2 speed
2ea Anderson 58ST, 2 speed
Anderson 46ST, 2 speed
2 speed dagger board winch
Daggerboard lifting is house on the deck in the fake dinghy
Bose center cockpit stereo speakers
Foredeck flood light
Aluminum stern tender davits, dinghy not included
Cockpit boom lights
JL audio stereo amplifier
Jabsco sea water wash down
4ea automatic bilge pumps
Manual bilge pump
Huge refrigerator/drink cooler in cockpit
75# CQR, chain and rode
45# CQR, chain and rode
2ea underwater transom lights
Engine room fire system - Fireboy HFX227
A recent survey was done to determine the feasibility of having this vessel inspected to carry passengers. Page Obenshain can discuss this further with you.
The masts were painted mid-2016. The running rigging was new as of late 2016. All standing rigging was fully inspected and serviced in late 2012. The terminals on the standing rigging are Norseman terminals.
Construction - Aluminum with some aluminum bulkheads, longitudinal stringers and athwartship frames.
The Company offers this listing on a 50-50 split with approved corresponding Florida licensed brokerages. Brokers unlicensed in Florida must contact listing broker to make arrangements that comply with Florida law.
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.