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1990 Duffy Hardtop Cruiser

$109,000 Newcastle, Maine
Make Duffy
Model Hardtop Cruiser
Year 1990
Condition Used
Price $109,000
Fractional Shares 1
Type Power
Class Downeast
Length 35 ft
Fuel Type Gas
Hull Material Fiberglass
Location Newcastle, Maine
LOA 35 ft
Length at Water Line 33 ft 4 in
Beam 11 ft 10 in
Max Draft 3 ft 3 in
Displacement 12000 uom.
Engine Make 2004 Single Crusader Marine 454 gas inboard
Fuel Type Gas
Designer Duffy & Duffy; Spencer Lincoln
Builder Hull by: Duffy & Duffy; Finished by Terry Jason
Fuel Tanks 1
Fresh Water Tanks 1
Holding Tanks 1

Description

MERMAID is a handsome dark green Duffy 35 Hardtop Cruiser with a canvas backdrop and starboard side in the pilothouse. She benefited from a major refit in 2004 which included the installation of a new Crusader gasoline inboard FWC engine, the refinishing of the cockpit sole and hull ceiling, new head countertops, new hot water heater, new head and macerator pump, new holding tank and access to it, and many other improvements.

            The interior of MERMAID is exceptionally attractive and pleasing with a Herreshoff-style interior, with varnished mahogany trim and deck beams, a complete galley to satisfy any “sea going” cook, a comfortable dinette, and clean, spacious head.

            We believe MERMAID is very attractively priced and shall be pleased to arrange for your inspection.

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Engines

Total Power: 385
Cruising Speed: 10-12 knots@2000-2200 RPM
Max Speed: 17 knots @ 3200 RPM

HULL & DECK

Dark green gelcoat Airex cored fiberglass hull, red boottop, red bottom.

  • Trunk cabin is Interlux 1 part white paint; cabin top and decks are fiberglass covered mahogany marine plywood, painted buff color.
  • PVC and S/S guardrails and black vinyl toerails.
  • Open deckhouse starboard with new tan canvas, 2001; fixed portside deckhouse.
  • Tan drop curtains aft.
  • Varnished teak trim.
  • Varnished ceilings.
  • Varnished fir cockpit sole and hull ceiling.
  • Two Freeman watertight deck hatches.
  • Six bronze opening ports with curtains and screens.
  • Two large Bomar cabin top hatches with velcro screens.
  • Vetus hydraulic wheel steering.

ENGINE & MECHANICAL

  • 2004 Single Crusader Marine 454 gas inboard, Model 8.1 MPI, 385 hp, 8 cylinder, FWC (installed by Maine Yacht Services, Newcastle, ME).
  • Twin wet exhaust with two mufflers.
  • Bronze spoked steering wheel.
  • Vetus hydraulic steering.
  • New ZF Hurth 2.5:1 reduction gear.
  • 1 1/2” S/S Aquamet shaft.
  • 2004 Driver Saver.
  • 20” x 17” 3 bladed Michigan prop.
  • New saltwater seacock and sea strainer.
  • Racor fuel filter.
  • 12V engine oil change pump.
  • Kobelt controls.
  • Large engine access hatch with extra sound insulation on hull sides and bottom of engine hatches.
  • Automatic Halon Fireboy system.
  • Blower.
  • Sniffer.

TANKAGE

  • FUEL: 140 gallons in two fiberglass tanks.
  • WATER: 40 gallons in fiberglass tank.
  • HOLDING: 26 gallons in new poly tank, with 12V macerator pump.
  • HOT WATER HEATER: 6 gallon.

ELECTRICAL

  • 110V/12V systems.
  • 2-12V heavy duty Group 27 batteries, with battery switch.
  • 60 amp alternators on engine.
  • 110V battery charger – not operational.
  • 30 amp shore power system.
  • AC-DC circuit breaker panels.
  • 50´ shore power cord.
  • New hot water heater, 2009.

ACCOMMODATIONS

  • Sleeps 5.
  • Forward is a double vee berth followed on starboard side by a U- shaped galley and enclosed head with handheld shower, and new head countertop, 2008.
  • Aft on portside is bureau with three drawers and hanging locker followed by a U- shaped convertible dinette with table.
  • Up three steps through center companionway to deckhouse with settee berth to port and helm station to starboard.
  • Finish below is varnished and cedar, mahogany, and white painted bulkheads and varnished mahogany deck beam.
  • Headroom is 6´2” throughout the boat except it is 6´0” in the galley.
  • Spacious storage locker/settee aft of helm station.

GALLEY

  • On starboard side and elevated by 3” step.
  • Force 10 propane stove is after bulkhead and has two burners and an oven, S/S backsplash and pan rack.
  • Pressure hot and cold water.
  • Vetus electric ventilator overhead.
  • 12V LPG shutoff.
  • Fore and aft outboard counter offers good space, with storage outboard in bins and in teak racks.
  • Icebox is under counter with 12V Adler Barbour refrigeration system.
  • Forward island has S/S sink with high neck faucet and teak racks for cups, plates, galley gear, and storage cupboard below.
  • Butcher block tops for stove and sink.

HEAD

  • Aft of the galley on the starboard side, the large head features a round S/S bowl, teak flooring grate, tiled counter with cupboard for storage, wall-mounted handheld shower with sump pump, teak medicine cabinet, opening bronze port, Vetus electric vent, and 2004 new Jabsco head.

ELECTRONICS

  • Ritchie binnacle compass.
  • Standard Horizon Eclipse 25w VHF/FM transceiver.
  • Apelco XCD350 fishfinder.
  • Magellan 315 handheld GPS.
  • Raytheon Raynav 575 Loran C receiver.
  • Raytheon R20X Raster scan radar.
  • 12V fume detector with alarm.

EQUIPMENT

  • Bruce BMR-3 anchor with S/S roller mount.
  • S/S bow rail.
  • Simpson Lawrence windlass with chain/rope gypsy (two way windlass).
  • 150´ 3/8” chain and 150´ 5/8” rode.
  • 25 lb Danforth Hi-test anchor with 300´ line; a third Danforth anchor.
  • AFI marine horn.
  • Force 10 LPG heater.
  • Four two-speed windshield wipers.
  • Brass clock and barometer.
  • Magma gas grill.
  • Teak grate helmsman’s stool.
  • Teak and dark green canvas helmsman’s chair.
  • Rockford Fosgate AM/FM/CD stereo with four speakers.
  • 12V macerator pump.
  • 2 electric bilge pumps.
  • Guest 12V searchlight.
  • Aft deck lights.
  • Teak drink/binocular holders.
  • Two varnished teak folding tables.
  • LPG solenoid shutoff.
  • Air horn.
  • Bell.
  • Flares.
  • Plastic swim ladder.
  • 2 Bronze transom steps.
  • Painted aluminum dinghy davits, available but not installed.
  • Dishes, wine glasses.
  • Mermaid lampshades.
  • Two folding maple tables.
  • Lifesling overboard system.
  • 8 USCG PFD’s.
  • 6 flotation seat cushions.
  • Bronze cleats.
  • Teak-lined locker.
  • 4 fenders with gray fleece covers.
  • 4 Fender cleats.
  • 4 rod holders.
  • EXCLUDED: Lobster needlepoint tray.

COMMENTS

MERMAID is a handsome dark green Duffy 35 Hardtop Cruiser with a canvas backdrop and starboard side in the pilothouse. She benefited from a major refit in 2004 which included the installation of a new Crusader gasoline inboard FWC engine, the refinishing of the cockpit sole and hull ceiling, new head countertops, new hot water heater, new head and macerator pump, new holding tank and access to it, and many other improvements.

            The interior of MERMAID is exceptionally attractive and pleasing with a Herreshoff-style interior, with varnished mahogany trim and deck beams, a complete galley to satisfy any “sea going” cook, a comfortable dinette, and clean, spacious head.

            We believe MERMAID is very attractively priced and shall be pleased to arrange for your inspection.

DISCLAIMER

Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed. Specifications are provided for information purposes. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. Vessel subject to sale, price and inventory changes, and withdrawal from market without notice.

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