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Cannell, Payne & Page Yacht Brokers

229 Commercial Street
Rockport
ME
04856
United States

Fax:  (207) 236-2711

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2011 Stephens Waring and White Cruiser/Racer Sloop

US$2,450,000

Camden,ME,United States

Master Cabin
Master Cabin Looking Aft
Guest Cabin
Looking Aft from Galley
Second Head
Locker
Master Head
Master Head
Lazarette Looking Forward
Lazarette
Generator in Lazarette
Lazarette Hatch in Cockpit
Forward Sail Locker
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Description/Condition

Designed by Stephens Waring and White, and built by Brooklin Boatyard in Brooklin, Maine, Isobel has exceeded expectations. Visually Isobel is a unique blend of traditional and contemporary design, which is functionally complemented with outstanding performance and exceptional comfort.  Her split-level cockpit affords plenty of room to sail the boat well without interfering with the lower forward cockpit with its comfortable seating and drop leaf table. 

With her cold-molded hull and composite deckhouse, Isobel was built to very high standards, and her abilities include outstanding racing performance and exhilarating day sailing.  She can be sailed well and handled by a small crew as demonstrated in four double-handed and numerous Spirit of Tradition races, and her versatile sail inventory offers rewarding sailing in a wide variety of conditions.  Isobel’s uniqueness has drawn considerable attention and she has been featured in numerous articles and a short video of her launching may be seen by clicking on the link at the end of this listing information.

 




Boat Details
Fuel DieselHull Material Wood 
Beam 15 ftMax Draft 10 ft 
Length on Deck 68 ft 6 inLength Overall 75 ft 8 in 
Number of Engines 1    

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229 Commercial Street
Rockport
ME
04856
United States

Fax:  (207) 236-2711

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Designed by Stephens Waring and White, and built by Brooklin Boatyard in Brooklin, Maine, Isobel has exceeded expectations. Visually Isobel is a unique blend of traditional and contemporary design, which is functionally complemented with outstanding performance and exceptional comfort.  Her split-level cockpit affords plenty of room to sail the boat well without interfering with the lower forward cockpit with its comfortable seating and drop leaf table.

 With her cold-molded hull and composite deckhouse, Isobel was built to very high standards, and her abilities include outstanding racing performance and exhilarating day sailing.  She can be sailed well and handled by a small crew as demonstrated in four double-handed and numerous Spirit of Tradition races, and her versatile sail inventory offers rewarding sailing in a wide variety of conditions.  Isobel’s uniqueness has drawn considerable attention and she has been featured in numerous articles and a short video of her launching may be seen by clicking on the link at the end of this listing information.

Construction

Cold- molded hull with four layers of laminated Western red cedar sheathed with biaxial fiberglass cloth and epoxy.  The inner and outer layers are fore and aft, are 7/16” thick, and they sandwich two opposing diagonal  ¼” layers.  Deck is foam-cored plywood with quarter sawn teak overlay, and the deckhouse is of composite construction.  Laminated frames, floors, and keelson, and cored bulkheads.  Approximately 14,500-lb. lead ballast in high aspect ratio fin, and foil-shaped bulb ballast keel. Steering is by Jefa, and features dual helm stations port and starboard with cable to quadrant and a balanced rudder with a “wet bearing” rudder port. Metallic gray topsides, red and white boottop and black Interlux Ultra bottom paint.

Engine

2011 Steyr 90 HP, 4 cylinder FWC turbo charged diesel with ZF-SD 12 sail drive unit. Engine hour meter shows approximately 280 hours as of October 2013.  Three-blade feathering Maxprop.   Approximately 8.5 knot cruising speed, and 9 knot maximum speed.  6 kW Kohler 3 cylinder, 24 volt diesel generator in hush box.

Tanks

160 gallons of water in two 80-gallon stainless steel tanks.  146 gallons of fuel in keel stub tank, and 30-gallon fiberglass day tank with transfer pump and automatic shutoff.  20 gallon Superstore stainless steel hot water tank.  20 and 30-gallon stainless steel holding tanks for the heads.  52-gallon stainless steel gray water tank.  Globius 4 tank gauges.

Electrical

 24 volt DC and 110 volt AC system with two180 amp/hour Gen-U-Sun Lithium Ion batteries, and two 12 volt lead acid start batteries for main engine and generator.  Main engine is equipped with a 100 amp, 24 volt/dc IFG (internal flywheel generator).  Kohler 110 volt AC diesel generator.  Victron Quatro 25/5000/120 inverter.  Victron BMV-602 Energy battery monitor.  Custom electrical panel with circuit breakers.  Power Max cell phone booster.

Accommodations

Isobel’s accommodations are beautifully and cleanly executed in contemporary  American Birdseye maple joinery with English oak cabin sole and v-grooved white overhead.  The owner’s cabin is forward just aft of a large sail locker, which is accessible via deck hatches. The full-width cabin features a queen size island berth, vanity and stowage and the large master head is next aft to starboard with WC, vanity with sink, and large enclosed shower stall.  Opposite to port is a stowage locker with a guest cabin with over and under single berths followed by a second enclosed head and another single berth cabin.

The commodious galley is opposite to starboard, and has lovely cored stone counters, stainless steel sink with stainless steel single lever mixing valve faucet, Dickinson 3-burner propane gimbaled stove outboard with cutting board insert, microwave, and front loading AC/DC large capacity Vitrifrigo stainless steel 3-compartment  reefer/freezer aft.

Moving aft and up two steps is the stunning raised saloon surrounded by glass and with a folding Zebra wood table and comfortable settees outboard and opening windows aft.  All hatches are fitted with screens.  The saloon is exceptional in its own right, but is tremendously enhanced by the plush seating  and drop leaf table in the forward end of the lower cockpit which offers some shelter from the housetop extending aft.

Isobel has reverse cycle AC, and the accommodations are particularly bright and airy and well ventilated with numerous hatches, including a crossed array of hatches aft of the mast.

Sails and Rigging

Fractional rig sloop with carbon mast and boom by Hall Spars.  Triple spreader rig with swept back spreaders.  GMT carbon bowsprit.  No standing backstay.  Approximately 2,000 sq. ft. sail area.  PHRF rating is –72.  Unidirectional carbon standing rigging with titanium end fittings.  Forestay is stainless steel rod with Harken roller furler.  Navtec hydraulic vang, cunningham, outhaul, and adjustable tilt helmsman platforms.  Harken winches include 2 ST 80 electric primary winches, 2 Harken 70 ST secondary winches, and 2 harken ST electric halyard winches.  Spinlock XX halyard clutches except for main and jib halyards which have XXC carbon clutches.  Main, staysail and 2 jib halyards are Vectran core, and spinnaker, code zero halyards and reefing lines are Dyneema core.  Jib sheets run in channels inside the house sides and coaming.

Sails are by Doyle and include a Stratis carbon square head main, working jib, heavy weather jib, and race jib.  Masthead light Genoa and Code Zero Dimensional Polyant Supercote  80+90.  A1.5 Contender  Supercote 80+90 Asail.  A3 Challenge Fibermax 64 Asail.  Dacron storm jib and storm trysail.  Squarehead mainsail with custom headboard release system.  Two 1/2" Durabraid  Dyneema spinnaker sheets with Equipilite soft shackles.  Two 1/2" Durabraid  Dyneema code 0 sheets with Equiplite soft shackles.  Two 7/16" Durabraid Dyneema jib sheets with Equiplite soft shackles.  Two 9/16" Vectran staysail sheets.  Two 9/16" Vectran runners tails.  Eight Harken T5 soft snatch blocks.

Safety Equipment

Winslow 10-man soft pack life raft.  MOM 9-man overboard mini raft module.  Approximately 12 Type I PFDs.  Bell and manual air horn.  Three ABC fire extinguishers.  Engine compartment fire suppression system.  Global Fix Pro 406 EPIRB.  Flares.

Ground Tackle

Lewmar electric windlass with 77-lb. stainless steel UltraPlow anchor  to 150’ of 3/8” chain.  Fortress FX 85 anchor with 30’ chain and 200’ Megabraid rode.

Equipment

Nine zone Arid 110 bilge system with sponge and capillary tube pick up.  Three electric bilge pumps with Ultra float switches. Four high water alarm switches.  Jabsco manual diaphragm bilge pump.  Excaliber 24 Headhunter fresh water pump.  Double lifelines with gates P&S.  Dual intensity spreader lights.  Cockpit lights built into underside of boom.  LED courtesy lights below.  Six fenders with 2 sets of white fleece fender covers .  Six black Megabraid 7/8 dock lines w/ eyes and chafe gear.  One 30 amp 50' shore power cord with 30/50 amp adapter.  One  50' water hose.  Stainless steel boarding ladder with detachable swimming extension.  One boat hook.  One portable wash down pump for anchor rinsing.  Three winch handles.  Full manuals and electrical system data book.

Electronics and Navigation

Raymarine electronics package with dual E120 touch screen plotter/ radar displays (one at each helm station), and E90 series display below.  Five Raymarine XT60 multifunction displays on deckhouse arch.  Raymarine Smart controller.  Bluetooth multiplexor capable. Raymarine autopilot.  Handheld GPS and VHF.  Independent backup GPS antenna.  Raymarine wind instruments, speed/log and depth.  Active Sea-Me radar reflector at starboard lower spreader.  AIS send and receive.

Disclaimer

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.