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|Location||Maderia Beach, Florida|
|Max Draft||6 ft 5 in|
|Drive Type||Direct Drive|
|Fuel Tanks||2 x 350 gal|
|Fresh Water Tanks||1 x 150 gal|
|Holding Tanks||2 x 50 gal|
(LOCATION: Madeira Beach FL) Sokol is a 60 foot staysail schooner featuring a John Alden designed hull and a Colin Mudie deck layout and wheelhouse, designed as a durable offshore ocean cruiser. The boat was custom manufactured in 1984 and completed in 1994.
Sokol features an upscale interior with classic teak warmth. She has an open salon with large wrap around dinette to one side and a long settee to the other. Aft we have a full galley and nav station with chart table. The master aft cabin has settee, double berth, ensuite head with shower, hanging locker, and ample storage. Forward we have a bow cabin with v-berth, hanging locker, and storage. There is a double berth to port with forward head compartment to starboard with washer & dryer.
On deck we have a 12’ bowsprit supported by rod rigging. Two CQR stainless steel plough anchors supported by rollers in the bow area with chain rodes and an electric windlass provide ample immediate anchoring capabilities. Standing rigging consists of 3/8 inch stainless rod rigging supporting aluminum masts of 65 feet and 55 feet. Sail inventory consists of 1 old and 1 new mainsail, 1 staysail, 1 fisherman rig, 2 headsail roller jibs, 1 a storm jib and 1 a standard jib. Running rigging for sails runs to winches located within the wheelhouse.
Sokol has completed four crossings of the Atlantic Ocean and has seen Madeira Beach, Marathon, Key West, Freeport, Bermuda, The Azores, Gibraltar, Malta, Mallorca, Corfu, the Kornati Archipelago, Izola, Saint Lucia, Bonaire, Curacao, San Blas Islands, Providencia, Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, Belize, and Cozumel, to name just a few of the many visited exotic destinations. She is ready to continue her travels with a new owner and crew. Call now for more information and to schedule a showing.
Sokol is a 60 foot staysail schooner featuring a John Alden designed hull and a Colin Mudie deck layout and wheelhouse, designed as a durable offshore ocean cruiser. The boat was custom manufactured in 1984 and completed in 1994. This vessel has been Coast Guard documented within the USA.
The boat is constructed from 1 inch fiberglass inner and outer sandwich construction utilizing 25mm Airex foam cores, creating a 3 inch hull minimum with exceptional rigidity and robust construction.
The deck is constructed utilizing the same construction technique, in addition to 3/8 solid teak completely covering the deck area.
She has an aluminum wheelhouse with 3 solar panels aloft, 4 lexan windows, plus 2 side entries and an rear opening back with zippered canvas doors with windows. This wheelhouse provides all weather protection with the ability to be opened for maximum airflow.
The vessels interior has been constructed with only teak, mahogany, marine teak plywood and stainless steel hardware and screws throughout. Corian countertops and stainless sinks complement the looks of this boat
- Forward cabin with V-berth
- Portside double berth
- Forward head compartment with laundry
- Open salon
- Nav station with chart table
- Wraparound dinette
- Full galley
- Master aft cabin with settee, double berth, ensuite head with shower
Deck & Hull
- 12’ bowsprit
- Two CQR stainless steel plough anchors
- Chain rodes
- Electric windlass
- Standing rigging consists of 3/8 inch stainless rod rigging supporting aluminum masts of 65 feet and 55 feet
Sails & Rigging
- 1 old and 1 new main sail
- 1 staysail
- 1 fisherman rig
- 2 headsail roller jibs
- 1 storm jib
- 1 standard jib
- Running rigging for sails runs to winches located within the wheelhouse
Electronics & Navigation
- Furuno radar
Mechanical & Electrical
- Westerbeke W-100 6 cylinder diesel engine
- ZF/Hurth HBW-360 transmission
- 1½ inch propeller shaft through a No-Leak Seal
- 3 blade propeller
- Spare transmission and propeller
- Three Solar panels located on the wheelhouse
- Stern mounted wind generator
- Hydraulic steering system
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.