Boat History Report
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This elegant and fast Joel White designed and Brooklin Boat Yard built daysailor /racer has been stored with and maintained by Brooklin Boat Yard since her launching in 1999. Her original and current owners have kept WABASH in near new boat condition and have made timely upgrades to keep her equipment up to date.
WABASH has been used primarily for daysailing but has also been a racing presence at the Eggemoggin Reach Regatta where she always places well in her class and won her division in 2007.
WABASH was not launched for the current (2013) sailing season but all annual maintainence work was done over the previous winter so there is no work apart from normal commissioning tasks required to have her sailing again quickly and enjoy late summer and fall sailing.
|Fuel ||Diesel||Hull Material ||Wood|| |
|Number of Engines ||1|| || || |
For Sale by
P.O. Box 143
Principle Dimensions & Information
Year Built: 1999
Designer: Joel White
Builder: Brooklin Boat Yard
Construction: Cold-Molded / Wood-Epoxy
LOA: 35’ 0”
LWL: 26’ 2”
Beam: 9’ 0”
Draft: 5’ 6”
Displacement: 9,500 lbs.
Sail Area: 485 sq. ft.
Headroom: Approx. 4’ 11”
Fuel Capacity: 8.8 Gallons
Fresh Water Capacity: 9 Gallons
Cruising Speed: 5.5 knots
Max Speed: 6.5 knots
Cold-molded / wood-epoxy hull with long cord length fin / bulb type keel and detached balanced carbon fiber spade rudder. Decks and cabin top are of marine ply overlaid with Dynel cloth set in epoxy with smooth and nonskid painted surfaces. Cabin sides, cockpit coamings, toe rails and taff rail are of varnished mahogany. Cockpit seating and cockpit sole are of bare teak.
Westerbeke model 20B, 2-cylinder, fresh water cooled, diesel engine.
Engine hours (as of 8/12/13): 157 hours
Stainless steel prop shaft
Max-Prop, 2-bladed propeller
Racor fuel filter
8.8 Gallon Vetus plastic fuel tank located in port cockpit locker
Groco raw water filter
Cruising speed: 5.5 knots
Max speed: 6.5 knots
12 Volt system
Separate battery banks for lighting and starting (1 battery / bank)
Batteries located in port and starboard cockpit locker in secured battery boxes
9 Circuit electrical panel for ships systems
Master battery switch (1-2-both-off) at panel
Automatic bilge pump switch at panel
12 Volt outlet at panel
Navigation & Electronics
C. Plath bulkhead mounted helm compass
Wheems & Plath Ships Clock
Wheems & Plath Barometer
Raymarine ST60 Tridata (depth, speed, log), New 2010
Raymarine ST60 AWI, New 20120
Raymarine C90 Wide Screen chartplotter, New 2010
Standard Horizon VHF Radio
Standard Horizon RAM Remote Mic
Docking line chocks and cleats are of cast bronze construction
Deck fills for water and fuel are of cast bronze construction
Primary Winches (2ea): Lewmar 40ST, 2-speed, bronze
Secondary Winches (2ea): Lewmar 30ST, 2-speed, bronze
Spinnaker Halyard Winch (1ea): Lewmar 16ST, 2-speed, bronze
Lewmar halyard turning blocks, organizers & rope clutches
Lewmar genoa tracks and adjustable cars.
Schaeffer mainsheet traveler with Harken double blocks.
Lewmar track for self-tacking jib
Lewmar low profile deck hatches for aft lasserette and forward cabin area
Spars & Rigging
Double (2) spreader fractionally rigged carbon fiber mast
Stainless steel wire standing rigging with bronze turnbuckle adjusters
Schaeffer roller furling headstay
Sails & Canvas
Mainsail, New 2011
Mast hoist asymmetrical spinnaker with snuffer / sock
Accommodations / Below Decks
Furthest forward is the anchor storage area accessible from the boats interior.
Next aft is sleeping for two (2) in a Vee-berth configuration with storage areas below the berthing.
Next aft are reading seats port and starboard with storage areas below, above and outboard.
Furthest aft to port is counter space with storage cabinets outboard and an ample cooler located under counter.
Furthest aft to starboard is counter space with stainless steel sink basin and bronze (manually supplied) freshwater pump, storage cabinets outboard, drawer storage under counter.
Furthest aft on centerline are steps up to the companionway underneath which is located a porta-pottie type sanitation device.
The below deck spaces are nicely fitted out in the Herreshoff style with interior hull surfaces, bulkheads and joinery painted a light cream color accented by varnished mahogany trim, drawers, cabinet faces and interior cabin sides. Cushion covers are a dark green Sunbrella fabric and counter tops are a matching dark green laminate.
Ample natural light is provided by four oval fixed portlights and a Lewmar low profile opening hatch above the Vee-berth area. Additional artificial lighting is provided by four brass reading lamps located port and starboard at the heads of the Vee-berths and seating areas.
Masthead tricolor light with integral anchor light
Whale manual bilge pump
Rule 800 gph automatic bilge pump
Type IV pfd’s, (5ea)
Type III pfd’s, (6ea)
Type II pfd, (1ea)
Fire Extinguishers, (2ea)
Telescoping boat hook
Docklines and fenders
Ensign and flagstaff
Winch handles: 2ea floating, 1ea double handle
10kg Bruce anchor with chain and rode
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.