Jarvis Newman Trawler
Presented For Sale By:
|Engine usage (hours)||6700|
46 ‘ Motor Yacht “SEPTEMBER” for sale by owner.
Principle vessel data:
Beam: 15’ 4”
Draft: 4’ 6”
Listing price: $350,000
Designer: Lowell and Spalding
Builder: Jarvis Newman and Lyman Morse, Thomaston , Maine
Year Built: 1978 (1979 model)
Hull ID #: JNYN46111278
Documentation # : NO 610159
Main Engine six cylinder diesel 660 hp Caterpillar 3196 with about 6700 hours.
Transmission ZF reduction gears with a 2.077 ratio.
Cruising speed at 1250 RPM’S 8-9 kts fuel consumption 4 gallons per hour.
At 2250 RPM’S vessel speed is 16 kts and fuel consumption is @25 gallons per hour.
Two fiberglass fuel tanks of @375 gallons each are located port and starboard of the main engine. The fuel tanks are cross connected with fill fittings on both sides of the vessel.
There are two Racor fuel filters
Propeller is a five bladed bronze 30 x 28 left hand propeller
There are two 200 gallon fresh water SS tanks 400 gallon total capacity.
Water heater is an 11 gallon AC stainless steel powered by generator or shore power.
Heads are two electric VacuFlush systems. There are two holdings tanks one forward 20 gallons that pumps aft into 60 gallon discharge holding tank for pump out or Jabsco macerator pump
There is a primary and secondary bilge pump as well as Rule 800 shower pump.
Air Conditioning is three Marine Air units.
Washer and dryer are in cabinets in the forward end of the cockpit.
Systems and electronics include: Westmar bow thruster, Bennett trim tabs, Northern Lights 10 KW generator driven by three cylinder Lugger diesel engine, two 12 volt battery banks, two 24 volt battery boxes for bow thruster, separate AC and DC panels both having amp and volt meters, 250 volt Cable Master shore power cord 60 ft long, ProNavtic 24 volt battery charger for bow thruster batteries and Protech `1241 12 volt battery charger for house batteries and one 1800 watt inverter, Garmin 5212 GPS chart plotter at both upper and lower station, Furuno 1932 radar lower station and Furuno FMD 811 on bridge, Depth finders both stations, VHF radios both stations, Simrad Robertson AP 11 auto pilot both stations, KVH television in main salon and each cabin, four B:C-I fire extinguishers and Fire Boy heat activated fire suppression system in engine room, compasses both stations, twelve volt Lewmar windless, Two anchors on the bow, teak swim platform with SS ladder, bronze cleats and chocks, two self-tailing winches on the mast for lowering and raising dinghy, one snubbing winch aft in the cockpit, new 10 ft TUG aluminum dinghy with 15 hp Yahama outboard,
Interior Arrangement: The chain locker is in forepeak followed by a small hanging locker, the forward cabin with port and starboard single berths is aft of the locker. Next aft and to starboard is the owner’s stateroom with a transvers double bed and smaller single upper berth with an enclosed head and shower, a second enclosed sink and head is opposite the owners stateroom. The galley is to port and aft of the head compartment. Aft of the galley and up is the main saloon with a lower inside steering station. The main engine and genset are under the saloon cabin sole. In the stern sections of the boat there is a large teak cockpit with storage below deck accessible via two large aluminum locking hatch covers. Except for heads all flooring is teak and holly sole. There are three aluminum framed Bowmar hatches with shade and insect screens.
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September is currently in Abaco Bahamas returning to Maryland in April of 2023.