Sold - $200,000

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"Beluga" is a stunning yacht that stands out in a beautiful harbor full of classic yachts.  She has been in the care of a great steward for over 12 years now.  In that time "Beluga" underwent a major restoration taking great strides to maintain her original aesthetics while simultaneously bringing her mechanical and electronic systems to modern yacht standards.

"Beluga" is in Camden and Rockport Harbor Maine all summer and is avaialble to view upon request.

Layout and Design


First, the entire interior is gorgeous high gloss mahogany.  Classically trimmed and fitted with original bronze hardware

Starting mid-ships in the Pilot House Beluga has 360 degree viewing through beautiful etched glass.  Forward is a very functional "J" shaped galley to porrt with Corian counter tops and Force 10 propane stove.  There is ample upper and lower cabinets and a wine holder to starboard.  Forward of the galley is port and starboard settee with a double leafed varnished mahogany table.  All the way forward is the head.

Aft of the Pilot House is the "Captain's Quarters".  There is a second head to starboard forward and berth just aft of that.  The cabin has tons of storage and more beautiful etched glass windows port and starboard.

You exited the "Captain's Quarters" aft to the aft deck.  There is a full canvas enclosure for those cool foggy days.  The hardtop extends all the way aft for full sun coverage.  

Off the stern are two elegant custom laminated mahogany davits for the classic lap-strake dinghy.

Construction Details

Hull: Carvel planked 1" Mahogany with bronze fastenings

Frames: 2'X2 1/2" oak set at 9-10" on center, oak floor timbers, clamps.

Keel: Oak and Fir

Ballast: None

Rudder and Steering: Twin bronze, 1 1/2" bronze posts, bronze packing glands, Hynautic manual hydraulic steering with single ram and drag link.

Decks: Teak Decking Systems over plywood and fir planking. 2" X 2-1/2" and 2-1/4" X 2-3/4" oak deck beams set at 9-10" on center.  Teak Decking Systems varnished teak cabin soles.

Cabin House: Teak and Mahogany sides, etched glass windows. Plywood with fiberglass skin over tongue and grooved fir planking 1-1/2" X 2-1/4" beams.

Thru-Hull Fittings: Seven bronze mushroom fittings with six bronze seacocks and one bronze ball valve, two bronze shaft glands, two bronze rudder post glands, two nylon fittings for speed and depth sending units. 

All others are above the waterline.

Electrical System

Batteries: 3 8D, 12 volt DC.  New 2015

Location and Installation: Approved boxes, vented covers, strapped to a plywood in engine space.

Wire: Stranded copper, Marine use approved. Re-wired in 2003

Switches: Three Perko(house, start and cross-over)

Panel: Breakers, AC and DC with protective cover

Cabin Lighting: 12VDC in cabins, wheelhouse, and deck.  Brass and bronze fixtures.

Navigation Lights: Cabin top and mast head

Shore Power: 30 AMP w/50' cord, galvanic isolator

Charger: Freedom 25 Heart Interface

AC Equipment: GFCI outlets, hot water heater and AC side of Norcold refrigerator.



VHF: Icom IC-M602 w/SOS

Chartplotter: Simrad CP42 color chart plotter

Radar: Furuno 1832

Auto-pilot: Simrad AP22

Depth: Simrad

Speed: Simrad

Stereo: Clarion XM with CD changer

Safety Equipment

Life Jackets: 6 Type I Adult, 1 Type I Child

Man Overboard Equipment: Two 20" Type IV ring buoys

Life Raft: 

EPIRB: Satellite 406


Sounding Device: Kahlenburg air horn, bell

First Aid Kit

Fire Extinguishers: ABC, 16 lb. in aft cabin and wheelhouse; 8 lb. in galley

Fire System: Fireboy FE241, 12 lb.

CO Alarm: Located in aft cabin

Bilge Pumps: Three Rule 1500 with float switches

Bilge Alarms: Rule high water alarm


All speeds, measurements, capacities, consumptions, etc. may be approximate or estimated.  Specifications provided for information only.  Data was obtained from sources believed to be reliable and is not guaranteed by owner or brokers.  Buyer assumes the responsibility to ascertain the correctness of all data contained herein and otherwise provided and must instruct his agent and surveyors to confirm all details for accuracy prior to purchase.  Subject to prior sale, price and inventory change, or withdrawal from market without notice.

LOA: 46'
Beam: 11' 4
Draft: 3' 6
Displacement: 17 net tons
Fuel Capacity: 350 gal.
Water Capacity: 100 gal.
Builder: Al's Boatyard San Diego, CA
Model: Classic Commuter
Year: 1927
Construction: Plank on frame
Hull Material: Wood
Location: Camden, Maine
Boat Engine: 2XYanmar 4LH-STE
Horsepower: 2 X 190
Cruising Speed: 12 kts.

2003 Extensive restoration by Wayfarer Marine.

For more information contact:

Scott F. Layton
(207) 701-1235

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