VESSEL APPEARS IN ACCORDANCE WITH ORIGINAL DAVID RYDER-TURNER PLAN, ARRANGEMENT, AND SCANTLINGS WITHOUT ANY MAJOR OR SIGNIFICANT STRUCTURAL ALTERATIONS NOTED.
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From survey dated 6/2/2014
Vessel appears in accordance with original David Ryder-Turner plan, arrangement, and scantlings without any major or significant structural alterations noted.
Vessel's profile presents a raked stem and stern; hull section of round bilge, modern full ballast keel with cutaway forefoot design.
Hull construction is of solid wood with the stern stem, horn timber, and stem of laminated mahogany. Stern post, deadwood, and floor timbers are reported to be of heart pine. Planking is reported to be old growth Douglas fir with cotton wicking. Deck beams also of Douglas fir. Decking is of tongue and V-groove cedar with the V-grooves facing downward. Deck is reported overlaid with a thin layer of Bruynzeel mahogany plywood with Dynel and epoxy.
Deck and cabin beams are of 1" x 2" on 9" and 10" centers respectively. Frames are 5/4 x 5/4 on 9" centers. The clamp is 1" x 3".
Deck plan provides a conventional trunk cabin amidships, flush open foredeck and side deck passages and open aft cockpit.
At time of inspection vessel appears maintained, by best yacht standards, as "Bristol". General level of ship keeping considered superior. Bilge found free of any fuel or oil residue. Vessel's Epifanes enamel coating way topsides, deck and cabin roof found in excellent condition. Varnished mahogany cabin sides found in excellent condition. Exterior walk surfaces and trunk cabin roof provided with non-skid compound.
Inspection of vessel's structurals, where accessible for examination, finds no indication of structural deficiencies, i.e. delamination, cracks, shifting bulkheads, fatigue, etc.
Accommodations provided for a total of four (4) persons in two areas. Forward finds V-berth with hide away commode. Next aft finds mini galley to port and starboard. Next aft finds port and starboard settees with steps up to cockpit. Below finds machinery space. Open cockpit fitted out with teak planking
Vessel's interior fit & trim is of varnished mahogany with painted sides and found in excellent condition. Teak & holly soles found in excellent condition.
Whenever possible, description of each item of machinery or equipment will include a general condition symbol based on the following definitions:
N- (new) item in new condition.
E- (excellent) some use, but almost new.
VG- (very good) In above average condition low hours or recently overhauled or refurbished.
G- (good) Average condition, standard use and condition.
F- (fair) In below average condition has been used considerably or is older item.
P- (poor) Needs major repairs.
S- (scrap) Scrap value only the appraiser should adjust the value for the cost of removal.
Capacity estimated 25 gallons in one (1) tank. All fills, vents, valves, etc., where accessible for inspection, noted in accordance with NFPA 302 STANDARDS and all appearing in good order. All fuel service lines and filters appear to be in excellent condition.
2. Fresh Water: Capacity estimated to be 6 gallons one (1) tank.
3. Waste: Capacity estimated to be 6 gallons one (1) tank.
1. 1- Raymarine hand held VHF radio.E
2. 1- Dirigo 6" gimbaled compass.E
3. 1- Raymarine Tridata ST-60, speed, depth, log. E
4. 1- Engine panel with tachometer, fuel level, key switch with visible and audible alarms.
1. Steering is of tiller type with keel mounted rudder.
1. 1- Isotherm 1.27cu.ft., 12v refrigerator. E
2. 1- porcelain sink with water tap. E
3. 1- Magic Chef microwave. E
1. 1- Wilcox electric marine commode. E
1. Wiring & fixtures marine grade and, where accessible for inspection, noted all neatly bundled and properly secured and appearing in good condition.
2. 12 volt engine start and ship service served by four (4) 12volt, GP31, sealed batteries. Batteries provided with master disconnect/selector switches. E
3. Navigation lights provided for motor vessel service. E
4. 1- twelve (12) gang DC breaker/switch panel serving various electronics. E
5. 1- Magna Sine inverter. E
6. 12v lighting throughout interior. E
7. 1- Fire Boy tank level monitor. E
1. 2- bronze cabin vents with mahogany dorade boxes. E
1. 1- Yanmar 3QM, three cylinder, four cycle, water cooled, 12v start marine diesel auxiliary propulsion engine developing 33hp. Engine's fuel system served by cartridge fuel filter, inline disposable filter. Engine fitted water cooled exhaust via aqua lift muffler. Cockpit fitted with dual lever controls. Serial Number- BM3033HP
2. 1-Kanzaki Model KM3A mechanical clutch reverse reduction gear assembly, ratio 2.61:1 driving 1" s/s propulsion shaft.
1. 1- Rule 700 GPH, 12v automatic bilge pump. E
2. 1- Rule 500 sump pump serving cockpit. E
3. 1- 12v fresh water pressure set. E
1. 1- Mainsail w/cover. Size unknown. E
2. 1- Headsail with Harken roller furling. E
1. 2- Lewmar #40 two speed, self tailing winches mounted way cockpit. E
2. 1- Lewmar #6 winch way cabin roof. E
1. Mast and spar of Sitka spruce. Mast stepped on cabin roof and served by dual set aluminum air foil spreaders, single upper shrouds, usual dual fore and aft lower shrouds, single headstay, single backstay with port and starboard running backstays. All standing rigging is 1X19 s/s with open turnbuckles. E
2. Inspection of rigging from deck elevation only found same appearing in excellent condition.
3. All hardware is of bronze along with wood and bronze blocks.
4. 1- bronze boom traveler. E
1. 4- TYPE II adult life jackets. E
2. 1- TYPE IV throw cushion. E
1. Navigation lights provided for sailing vessel service. E
1. Standard Yanmar engine panel with audible/visual alarms serving high water temperature/low lube oil pressure.
1. 1- Olin/Alert flare kit.
1. 1- B-I dry chemical. Unit not tagged.
1. 1- Danforth 300 with 100' of 1/2" rode and approx. 6' of 5/16" chain. E
1. 1- CO2 canister horn.
2. 1- ventilation/escape hatch serving "V" berth area. E
1. Underwater surfaces found free of any major scrapes, gouges, cracks fractures, etc.
2. Visual inspection of vessel's shaft, cutlass bearing and stern tube finds no indication of significant wear, fractures, deterioration, or electrolysis.
3. Vessel's 14" x 6" Slipstream folding s/s propeller found in like new condition.
4. All through hulls found free of obstructions.
5. Visual inspection of vessel's keel mounted rudder finds same in excellent condition with minimal play way stock bushing.
6. Vessel's anti-foul bottom paint found in like new condition.
7. At time of inspection, two bronze screws were removed from port and starboard bottom planks. Both found with typical oxidation and showed no signs of corrosion or electrolysis.
1. Maintain required safety equipment at all times.
2. Vessel found generally in "like new" condition with no additional recommendations.
NOTE: Compliance with items marked by an asterisk (*) considered compulsory for insurance underwriting purposes.
Vessel suitable for service intended, pleasure cruising activities lakes, bays, sounds, and close offshore waters Gulf of Mexico and similar bodies of water, with proper safety equipment on board.