Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
DIVINE MISS EM
Designer: Stan Huntingford
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Displacement
LOA: 43 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 9 in
LWL: 35 ft 9 in
Minimum Draft: 5 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 6 in
Displacement: 33000 lbs
Ballast: 9000 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 60 ft 0 in
Total Power: 75 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 2000
Engine Model: 4JH3TE
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1670
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 75 HP
Cruising Speed: 7 knots
Maximum Speed: 8 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (100 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 3 (214 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 2 (15 Gallons)
Number of heads: 1
Hull is Airex cored with full length box stringers.
Bulkheads are 3/4" Marine Plywood, and are set with a strip of Airex between the edge of the bulkheads and the hull. Fiberglass tabbing extends out 8" from the bulkhead/hull joint.
Vinylester resin used in layup of vessel.
Deck is Balsa core.
Entire cabin sole is removable, providing full access to tanks and bilges.
Hull/Deck joint is sealed with 5200, and through bolted with 3/8" carriage bolts on 5" centers.
Skeg hung rudder
Keel stepped mast
316 Stainless steel fuel tanks 316 Stainless steel water tank
(2000) Yanmar 4H3TE 75hp with dual Racors installed
Fuel & Water Tanks...(see below)
The water and fuel tanks (316 stainless with baffles, inspection ports, and dip sticks to monitor the tank level) have been removed, welded, and sand blasted. The fuel tanks were coated with 2 coats of industrial grade cold tar epoxy and the water tanks were coated with "Rhino" (gray color) bed liner. One water tank was converted to fuel.. The bilge was ground at a slant and a sump area was added for the water to drain. When the new Yanmar engine was installed in 2000 a Racor dual fuel filter manifold was installed which allows the changing of filters while underway. Also installed were 3 new valves and 2 larger sea strainers.
(2005) Bottom painted with "West System"
(2006) Northern Lights 6.5kw Generator installed
(2015) Shorepower system upgraded from 30 to 50 amp with Transformer Upgraded Inverter/Charger Custom aft cockpit enclosure Custom Arch with electric winches & remote controls for Tender Masthead serviced & upper terminal fittings replaced Running rigging replaced
(2016) Teak deck removed and replaced with 1/2" Burmese Teak / secured with epoxy / (Work was preformed by Marine Wood Products in Stuart, FL) All 5 Deck Hatches replaced Watermaker removed and rebuilt U-Line Icemaker installed in Galley
(2018) Northern Lights Genset removed and serviced Two separate banks of (4) T-105 GC Batteries (eight total)
(2019) New Pura San EXP 12 volt Waste treatment system installed
Divine Miss Em has a deep secure aft cockpit with a full enclosure that provides protection from the elements. The framework for the enclosure is welded to the arch that supports the tender, providing a solid structure. Sunbrella canvas overhead covers the framework and includes multiple removable panels of sunshades & screens.
All running rigging is led aft through clutches for easy sail handling from the cockpit.
The generator and propane tanks are located under the helm seat in the lazerette. Bilge blowers have been added to provide quick ventilation & cooling to this area at the flip of a switch. There is a very large storage area underneath the stbd seat, and a fresh water shower (hot/cold) to port.
The aft cabin is located to port. Her berth measures 55x80. There is a hanging locker and overhead storage cabinets.
The aft cabin shares a 16,000 BTU Air Conditioner (heating/cooling) with the Salon. A large overhead deck hatch & two portlights (with screens) provide plenty of light and ventilation.
A quarter berth is fitted to stbd, just aft of the nav station & wet locker.
Divine Miss Em has a U-shaped galley to port with abundant storage and counterspace.
Her top loading refrigerator & top loading freezer have been upgraded with 110 volt holding plates, and are individually controlled.
16,000 BTU Air Conditioner (cooling/heating)
Double stainless sink 10x10x14
Force 10 propane stove/oven
Pressurized fresh water system and (2) manual foot pumps (fresh & salt)
The centerpiece of the Salon is the circular seating area for six that surrounds a 40" dinning table. There is storage inside of the table and a 38" TV is mounted outboard of the settee.
The level of craftsmanship is evident throughout with attention to detail. Her round top doors & cabinets with intricate lattice work.
To stbd there is an 82" settee with storage underneath. The well equipped Nav Station is just aft with a wet locker.
Natural lighting & ventilation are excellent with....2 dorade vents / 11 opening portlights 3 DC fans and 2 large overhead deck hatches (all with screens). The 2 deadlights have been replaced with tempered glass that is tinted. Divine Miss Em is equipped with 17 cabin lights (all are LED).
Her entire cabin sole is teak & holly, constructed with individual locking panels that can be easily removed. This design provides full access to the entire bilge.
Upholstery on cushions is in excellent shape............Headroom is 6' 5"
Divine Miss Em is designed with a large head to port.
There is a tub/shower arrangement with separate sink & vanity area (dry head).
Her toilet is an electric Raritan Quiet Flush (no vacuum seals). Waste treatment is also electric..........Pura San EXP III with macerator and y-valve.
Two opening portlights with screens
The current owners have enlarged the existing forward berth to include a filler piece to stbd.
The additional cushion enlarges the sleeping area across the entire forepeak when needed. Berth is 6' 5" long.
There is a 12,000 BTU Air conditioner, and two overhead deck hatches (with screens).
Large hanging locker to stbd.
Garmin GPS map 741 xs with Depth & XM Weather Garmin 45 GPS handheld
Raymarine RL 80C Plotter with 24 mile Radar & Depth Raymarine RL 70C Plotter (repeater at nav station) Raymarine RN 300 GPS Raymarine ST 6001 Autopilot with smart pilot remote Raymarine ST 60 Wind Raymarine DSM 250 Depth
Icom M 604 VHF with AIS/DSC Icom M 802 HF SSB with DSC
West Marine VHF handheld Uniden VHF handheld
Samsung 38" TV
50 amp Shorepower with Acme Transformer model # T279747S
Northern Lights 6.5 kw Generator
Freedom SW 2012 Inverter/Charger
12 volt system
Freedom SW 2012 Inverter/Charger
Alternator on main engine
(2) seperate banks of (4) T-105 GC Batteries (eight total)
Gell Cell Battery for Generator start
Raritan Quiet Flush Toilet with Pura San EXP III Waste Treatment System
2000 Yanmar 4H3TE 75hp......1667 hours
1.5" drive shaft with 17" 3 blade Auto Prop
2006 Northern Lights Generator 6.5kw...4000 hours... (removed & serviced in 2018)
Refrigerator & Freezer 110 volt holding plates (separate controls)
(2) Marine Aire units 16,000 & 12,000 BTU with reverse pump
U-Line Icemaker with inline Culligan Series 350 filter
Transfer pump for the (3) Fuel Tanks
12 volt oil change pump for main engine & genset (mounted on bulkhead with manifold)
Sails & Rig
Divine Miss Em is Cutter rigged with Harken furling Headsails.
Her mast has double spreaders supported with 1x19 standing wire (inspected 2017).
A Sailtec adjustable hydraulic backstay is fitted for downwind work.
Mast guards with belaying pins
Running rigging led to aft cockpit (replaced 2015)
(2) Barinet 32 ST 2 speed (primarys)
Anderson 46 ST 2 speed Electric (sheets & halyards)
Barinet 22-35 ST (coachroof)
Barinet 22-39 (mast)
Barinet 18 (mast)
(2) Warn Electric with remote controls (arch/tender)
Full Batten Mainsail with Cars & Lazyjacks
180 % Genoa (have spare sail...size?)
Maxwell 3500 Windlass Max anchor - 300' 5/8 chain
Stainless Plow anchor - 250' 5/8 rode Saltwater washdown on foredeck
Watermaker : Village Marine Tech - 20gph - 110 volt
(2) Rule 3700 Bilge pumps with alarms Manual Bilge pump
Givens Offshore 6 man Liferaft (needs recert)
(2) LED Spreader lights (4) low level red cabin lights (3) Cabin fans (2) Electric bilge exhaust fans (4) Dorade vents Cockpit cushions and shower (hot/cold) Covers for all brightwork Magma propane grill
Too many docklines & fenders to list
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.
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