Max Draft: 2.5'/10'
Total Power: 25 hp
Fuel: 2 x 6 gal
There are berths for 6 aboard, a double and a single forward, and another double and a single aft.
There is a private, enclosed head with a Lavac head with a holding tank. The head is located to starboard aft of the main cabin.
Headroom is 6' under the beams and 7' elsewhere.
The galley is located amidships to port. It has a 2 burner propane stove and a double stainless steel sink. There is a fresh water electric pump and a salt water hand pump. Both the galley and head are plumbed for hot water though no hot water heater has been installed. There is an Isotherm CR42 refrigerator.
Raytheon RL70 Chart Plotter with Radar in the deckhouse
Raytheon RC420 plotter belowdecks
Nexus Speed / Depth / Wind
ACR 409 EPIRB
Navico electric hydraulic self steering tiller pilot
Bass power panel.
One 250 Amp hour D9 sealed absorbed glass mat battery
Full suite of Hallet Sails
All new for 2008
Carbon laminate designed by Randy Smyth
Full battened mainsail with 3 reefs
All headsails are soft luff roller furling
Single line reefing controled from the cockpit
Mainsail 1000 sq ft
Jib 450 sq ft
Screacher 1100 sq ft
Code Zero 1800 sq ft
Spinnaker 2300 sq ft
The original suit of Cuben Fiber sails are also included. They are still in good condition.
All control lines to cockpit for easy single hand sailing in any weather.
New standing rigging in 2007, all Dyneema SK 75.
Lewmar winches and sheaves.
Steering is Edson cable and quadrants.
Rudder is in a removable and trimable cassette.
Faamu Sami was commissioned in 1999 and launched in 2001. The hulls were built by Dick Vermuelen at Maine Cat in Bremen, ME. The beams were built by Jeff Kent at Composite Solutions in Hingham, MA. The mast was built by Ted Van Dusen at Composite Engineering in Concord, MA.
The hulls are S-glass over Corecell foam.
The beams are carbon prepreg over balsa.
The mast is a 72 ft carbon wing with a 15 inch chord.
Boat is rigged to race Category 0 ocean races with all required equipment.
The boat is painted with Awl Grip.
The interior is finished with white gel coat that has been rolled on.
2 anchors: a Fortress and a CQR plow.
2 manual bilge pumps
3 electric bilge pumps
Cape Horn Xtreme watermaker by Spectra Watermakers (new 2014)
Dickinson Newport model propane heater (new 2014)
Bows modified 2014 by Lyman-Morse.
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