Annie R is a nice example of tradition and innovation in her hull design. She has the Downeast sheer above the waterline and the more modern hard chine bottom for speed and stability. Her layout is for both recreating and cruising as well as fishing and fishing! With the single Detroit 1350 HP diesel (1100 hours) she cruises 25-29 knots. Her flybridge helm with hard top can be open or fully enclosed, and a tuna tower offers visibility for the sights and the fish! She sleeps 4 below with a full galley, enclosed head w/shower. Dining table and settees are in the salon, with a large aft cockpit. Fine woodwork throughout and owner has just had her hull awlgripped and her interior salon was refurbished in July 2018. If you are in the market to fish and recreate on the water in comfort and style at a very reasonable price, this boat is a must-see!
Annie R is a Downeast-style hull with hard chine, spray and lifting rails, Flybridge sport with tower. Fiberglass and Kevlar hull built by the Pettegrow Boatyard of Southwest Harbor, Maine. She was also finished at the same yard. Aluminum I beam stringers over engine. Full Soundown.
Detroit MTU diesel, Model 12V2000, 1350 HP. 1100 hours. ZF 2.03:1 gear, FWC heat exchanger. 10-degree down angle. 3" HT SS shaft swinging a 4-blade 36 x 40 #6 cup propeller. SS Rudder.
25 knots @ 1900 RPM using 40 GPH
29 knots @ 2100 RPM using 50 GPH
Top Speed is 33 knots.
Fuel: 800 gallons in a single 1/4" aluminum tank
Water: 100-gal. tank
Holding: poly. tank
12v and 24v systems. Four 8-D deep-cycle batteries, 24v battery charger for engine, 12v system for electronics. 110v electrical circuit, panel, 8 kw Westerbeke generator with 350 hours, 30-amp shore power.
Sleeps a total of 6 with 4 below on two sets of vee berths. Cabintop hatch for light and ventilation. Next aft to starboard is a hanging locker and enclosed head with Groco Skipper toilet and separate shower. To port is the U-shaped galley with SS sink w/hot & cold water, 3-burner electric cook top, microwave, under-counter refrigerator, trash compactor, storage lockers below and outboard, Formica counter. Rod storage locker. The entire cabin is finished in the Herreshoff style with white bulkheads and ceiling and varnished teak trim. Varnished teak and holly sole, 6 opening ports.
Up into the salon with 360-degree views is the dinette and settees/berths for 2 and bureau aft, VCR, television, and stereo forward. Varnished teak throughout with fixed and sliding windows.
The starboard side door leads to a steering station with SS hydraulic Hydroslave pot hauler w/davit, Detroit DDEC controls w/start-stop windlass controls.
The aft cockpit is spacious with teak sole, teak decks, 34" tuna transom door, refrigerator, fish box with freezer plate, and another steering station to port w/Detroit DDEC controls w/single-lever shift, emergency stop, Furuno FCV 592 Fishfinder, VHF and Sea Surface temperature gauge, Bowthruster controls.
Up the centerline SS ladder to the flybridge is the main helm with Stidd helm seat and two companion seats as well as a bench forward of the helm. DDEC controls w/power steering, engine start-stop, Wesmar Bowthruster controls, Furuno 12kw radar /w14" display, Furuno 4kw radar w/9" display, Furuno GP36 DGPS, Furuno 3D VavNet plotter, Robertson AP300x Autopilot, Horizon VHF, Windlass controls, ACR remote spotlight. The hard top accommodates a full isinglass enclosure.
And topmost via the custom aluminum tower is the fourth steering station also outfitted with electronics.
On foredeck is anchor davit with Muir windlass.
Furuno Radar 12kw
Furuno Radar 4 kw
Furuno Fish Finder 592 1000 watt 50/200
Furuno Fish Finder 529 1000 watt 38 & 88
Northstar 962 GPS
Furuno 36D GPS
VHF Radio - 2
Ditec Sea Water Temp - 2
Auto Fire System
5 Fire Extinguishers, 10#
12V Work Lights
120V Work Lights
34" Tuna Door in Transom
Avon 6-man Life Raft
Survival Suits - 4
PFDs - 12