PRICE REDUCTION .. OWNER MOTIVATED !
Designed by Ted Brewer and built by Mao Ta (Taiwan), 'Yankee' , our Brewer 44 Pilothouse Cutter #13 of 15 rare Brewer pilothouse/ deck salon cutters built.
She has a comfortable 3-cabin deck salon design with a spacious and light pilothouse with 280 degree visibility for cruising and features a lower helm station. Her decks are flat with wide side decks, a protected center cockpit and an aft deck.
She is easily handled with a shorthanded crew and is ideal for inland cruising, extended blue water sailing or she can be a comfortable live-aboard. The 1st owner of 'Yankee' kept her in fresh water on Connecticut River for 10 years. Her current owner purchased 'Yankee' in 1999 and cruised the Atlantic Coast, the Bahamas and the Florida Keys, living aboard for six years before settling in the Tampa Bay Area.
'Yankee' is currently on the hard for a new bottom paint ( peel ) and scheduled to be back in the water in late August.
Her features include:
'Yankee' is a rare and spacious blue-water vessel requiring updates and owner is motivated to sell. All offers considered !
For additional information and to arrange a viewing please contact Jim Clark, Central Listing Broker at (727) 692-1712 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also contact Robert Siviter Direct: (727) 415-4676 or by email at email@example.com or visit our website, www.fillinghamyachts.com.
Fillingham Yacht Sales, Inc. gladly cooperates with other yacht brokers on a 50/50% basis for our vessels available for co-brokerage.
'Yankee' was built using beautiful Taiwan tongue and groove teak panels throughout. She sleeps 8 owners and guests in two staterooms and two heads with showers.
U shaped dining table seating for four comfortably at the portside wheel house salon.
The salon is well lit with three opening ports on starboard and two on port. An entertainment center, with stereo am/fm/cassette/tape player and remote control is hardwired by the starboard settee.
The entire interior is finished in satin varnished matched grain teak. Most of the interior is solid teak planks (not veneer). The settee converts into a full width berth.
Opposite the u-shaped dinette is the settee where the back folds up to make a berth. The cabin sole is satin finished teak and holly.
There is 280 degree visibility through large upper salon windows, keeping guests and owners out of the elements. The pilothouse helm station has with full and complete instrumentation.
To starboard, aft of the helm is a settee that converts into a bunk and accommodates a portable customized "snack table", increasing dinner accommodations from 4 to dinner for 6. The companionway stairs are extra wide with a custom wet locker below.
There is 6 '2" headroom throughout.
Highlights include centerline queen berth. This stateroom is well ventilated with opening ports and deck hatch. It is well lit with natural lighting from deck prisms and the master stateroom also has its own 9000 BTU reverse cycle A/C unit. (original)
Forward Guest stateroom:
This comfortable cabin has a double berth with an ensuite head. There is a 16000 BTU reverse cycle AC unit (original) for the Forward cabin and Main salon with separate condensing units. There is a large overhead opening deck hatch offering ample natural light and ventilation. Storage is found in a hanging locker aft and lockers to port and starboard.
Robertson hydraulic autopilot ( new 2006) - includes hand held remote for on deck operation and features rotational gyroscopic compass and NMEA standard integration.
Hummingbird Fishfinder mounted in cockpit.
1988 66HP Yanmar 4JH-HTE Turbo-Charged Diesel (3050 Hours)
Recent upgrades include: injector service, exhaust elbow, new turbocharger
Ample engine compartment sound insulation. Engine is very quiet.
(1) 40ft dockside electrical shore power cables (30 amp)
* The 6.5kw Westerbeke Generator is non-functioning, needing repair or replacement
Vessel is equipped for cruising
Nine self tailing winches:
Lines for main halyard, boom yang, furling lines and 2 reefing lines return to cockpit. Double ended main sheet cleats behind helm and runs to winch in front of cockpit for easy adjustments by captain or crew. (running rigging needs updating)
Assortment of winch handles one locking handle one non locking
105 15th Ave SE (Salt Creek Marine District)
Located at Salt Creek Marina
Saint Petersburg, FL 33701