For Sale by

David McKenney

Brewer Wickford Cove Marina
United States

Fax:  401-294-1541

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1975 George Stadel Schooner built by Atlantic Boat Works


No. Kingstown,RI,United States

Dinette to port
Forward to Vee-berth
Galley looking aft
Main cabin looking forward
A tranquil sunset anchorage
Light air, full sail
Starboard side under way
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This is a magnificent vessel with just 2 loving owners. A most traditional mahogany over oak schooner with recent upgrades in sails, running rigging, furlers, electronics, stove, interior cushions, and more. A very uniqe offering for the traditional perfectionist. Call for a showing, the best sailing is here.

Boat Details
Fuel DieselHull Material Wood 
Beam 10 ftMax Draft 5 ft 6 in 
Engine Make MercedesEngine Model OM636 
Engine Year 1975Fuel Capacity 18 gal 
Length on Deck 37 ft 6 inLength Overall 44 ft 
Holding Tank Size 10 galWater Capacity 40 gal 
Number of Engines 1    

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For Sale by

David McKenney

Brewer Wickford Cove Marina
United States

Fax:  401-294-1541

Hull and Keel Design

Full Keel

External Lead Ballast

Keel Hung Rudder

Hull Construction

Honduras Mahogany Carvel Planks

Steam bent white oak frames,  1 1/2"X 2 1/8" on 9 1/2' center

Sawn white oak floor frames, 1 1/2" on 9 1/2" centers

White oak stem, keel, keelson and horn timber all bronze fastened



Marine plywood bulkheads faced with 5/8" Douglas fir tongue in groove bead board

Hull to Deck Joint

Mechanical Bond on a fore and aft Douglas fir clamp


Marine plywood on sawn mahogany and white oak frames

Finished with resin saturated fiberglass cloth


Mahogany cabinhouse

1 overhead hatch

1 butterfly hatch

5 Dorade vents

2 opening round portlights

8 fixed round portlights

Aft cockpit with wheel steering and engine controls

Layout Below

Forward is a Vee berth, storage and chain locker access.

Next aft to port the enclosed head compartment, to starboard is a hanging locker.

The main cabin has a port side L-shaped dinette and a starboard side galley.

Aft are the port and starboard quarter berths with a fold down navigation station to port.

All the interior cushions were new in 2008, the cabin sole is varnished teak and holly


There is a new Force 10, 3 burner propane stove with oven, top loaded ice box, a laminate countertop with a stainless steel sink fed by a hand pump for cold water. The water tanks are new stainless steel. There is adequate storage in lockers and compartments.



The ship's system is 12 vdc with copper stranded wire protected by fuses. The circuits include navigation lights, interior lights, pumps and navigation accesories.

There are two 12 vdc Group 27 wet cell batteries under the port quarter berth switched by a rotary vapor proof switch, charged by an engine mounted alternator.



Navigation and Electronics

Northstar GPS/Plotter/Depth sounder (2008)

Datamarine depth sounder

Icom VHF radio

Danforth binnacle mount compass


Auxilliary; Mercedes OM 636 is a 60 hp, fresh water cooled diesel inboard engine with a Racor primary fuel filter, water separator.

The transmission is a Renk Marine Gear model WHF 12.5 with a ratio of 2.5 to 1.

The exhaust is wet with flexible hose and stainless steel waterlift muffler.

The steering is mechanical rack and pinion with a mahogany wheel.

The running gear is  a 1 1/8" diameter stainless steel shaft with a bronze 15" X 12" three blade propeller.

The rudder is planked oak, keel mounted with bronze hardware.

The bilge pumps are one 12 vdc unit with automatic and manual switching, there is one manual bellows type mounted in the cockpit.

The through hulls below the waterline are bronze seacocks and above the waterline are metal.

Head System

There is one manual type III head with a ten gallon holding tank plumbed to Y-valve, an overboard discharge seacock and a deck pumpout fitting meeting all current regulations.

There is a grey water tank for the 2 sinks that discharges overboard by a foot pump.

Sails, Masts and Rigging

Keel stepped, schooner rigged Douglas fir masts and booms.

Standing rigging is 1X19 steel wire with dead eyes to galvanized external chainplates and bronze hardware.

The jib furler installed in 2008 is a Harken, the sails were all made in 2008 consisting of a Mainsail, Foresail, Club footed Working Jib and a Yankee by Harding Sails.

There are sail covers, boom gallows aft of the cockpit for the main boom, pin rails on the shrouds and mast bases, lazy jacks for the fore and main sails.

The running rigging and lifelines were replaced in 2008.



Ground Tackle

One 45# Yachtsman style anchor, one 22# Danforth style anchor, one 3 strand nylon rode and one 3/8" chain rode fed through bronze rollers on the bow sprit.

Additional Information

This is as nice a traditional sailing yacht as you will find with many upgrades and finishings. She is currently in the water, commissioned and available to be seen.


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.

Custom Contact Information

Contact David McKenney, CPYB at Brewer Yacht Sales, 401-295-0340.