16m Pilothouse Ocean Cruiser, Built in GRP by Lyman Morse USA and launched 2000, 140hp 6 cyl Lugger diesel, lifting centreboard, Cutter rig with furling main and headsails, electric winches, standing rigging replaced 2015, new electronics and batteries 2015, 8kw genset, wind generator, watermaker, diesel cabin heater, gas oven, fridge & freezer, forward and aft cabins with ensuites.
Custom designed ocean going motorsailer with character. Easily handled by 2 persons with furling sails and electric winches.
Located, Whangarei, New Zealand.
SPECIFICATIONS No. 62
FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A 45' DWL
FIBERGLASS AUXILIARY SLOOP
Length Overall 52'8""
Datum Waterline 45'0"
Displacement (Half Load) 51,500#
Sail Area 1200 sq. ft.
COOK YACHT DESIGN. Inc.
832 Main St.
Osterville, MA 02655
Sept. 15, 1998
GENERAL. Hull and deck are to be built of fiberglass and vinylester resin, the hull being laid up over an Airex foam core, and the deck, cabin and cockpit over a balsa core. Every effort shall be made to keep the resin content consistent over the entire surface, making sure that all fibers are wetted out, but that all excess resin is removed.
HULL Bottom: 1 oz. mat, 5x Knytex DB2408, 1.5 oz. mat, 1" Airex R63.80, 1 oz. mat, 5x Knytex DB 2408. Topsides: 1 oz. mat, 4x Knytex DB 2408, 1.5 oz. mat, 1" Airex R63.80, 1 oz. mat, 4x Knytex DB 2408. Keel area: Core removed and unidirectional roving added, running the full length of the hull. Hull thickness in way of the keel approx. 1". Core replaced with fiberglass in way of all through-hull fittings.
DECK, CABIN AND COCKPIT. . 1 oz. mat, 4x Knytex DB2408, 1.5 oz. mat, 1" CK100/AL balsa, 1 oz. mat, 4x Knytex DB 2408. Core to be removed in way of all deck hardware and replaced with high-density foam. Local reinforcing and framing as required around all deck openings. Deck to have removable (watertight) section of approx. 48" x 30" over engine.
HELM SHELTER: 1 oz. Mat + 2 x DB 2408 + 1 oz. Mat + 1/2" end-grain balsa core + 1 oz. Mat + 2 x DB 2408. Molded separately from deck, then fastened into teak base on trunk cabin and forward part of coamings. (This shelter could also be built of aluminum or wood, and the Builder is encouraged to state a preferred material). Seven safety glass windows, four of which open. Underside of roof lined with sound insulation. Handrail starboard side. Chart table port side on aft end of trunk cabin.
HULL-DECK JOINT. There is to be no core in the top 4" of the hull, nor in the outboard 7" of the deck. The hull and deck are to be joined, after matching to ensure that the sheer and deck lines are exactly as drawn, with fiberglass tapes inside and out. Additional fastening will be provided by through-bolting the teak toerail with 1/4" silicon bronze bolts on 4" centers.
TEAK DECKING. 1/2" x 1 3/4" rift-sawn Burma teak on bridge and cockpit sole, laid parallel to centerline; teak to be glue-fastened only, no mechanical fasteners.
HULL REINFORCING: Floors in way of ballast keel, framing in way of mast and chainplates; other framing and stringers as per plans.
BALLAST KEEL. Lead, with 4% antimony by volume, cast to a weight of 17,000 pounds; the keel shall be weighed before installation. Carefully faired to Architect's offsets. Attached to hull with ten 1 1/2" silicon bronze bolts through floors. Keel to be cast with a slot for possible future addition of a centerboard; slot filled with .......
INTERNAL BALLAST. 500# lead, securely glassed in place after launching.
CHAINPLATES AND MAST STEP. 1/2" type 316 stainless steel.
RUDDER Rudder to be foam-cored fiberglass with 2 3/8" o.d. sched. 40 silicon bronze stock, and stiffeners around aperture as per plans. Bearings at deck, hull and rudder heel. Stuffing box inside hull. Rudder post to pass through deck and top squared off to take emergency tiller.
Rudder is to be shaped to continue the waterlines of the keel.
STEERING SYSTEM Edson #360-3 bulkhead steerer with 32" s.s. destroyer wheel. 6" Danforth compass with 5-degree card mounted forward of wheel. All sheaves to be 6" dia., with
guards to prevent cables from jumping out. Steering cables 1/4" 7x19 s.s. wire, with 3/4" roller chain. 16" bronze quadrant with 45-degree stops. Turnbuckles to take up slack in cables. Emergency tiller stowed in chocks in cockpit locker.
AUTO-PILOT. Autohelm Type 3 Hydraulic Linear drive; ST 6000+ control unit..
DOCUMENTATION NUMBER. Number and tonnage affixed to a bulkhead forward as per Coast Guard requirements.
RIGIDITY OF HULL DURING CONSTRUCTION The Builder shall ensure, to the Architect's satisfaction, that the designed dimensions of the hull are maintained after the complete hull is upright, well-supported and ready for the installation of the interior. Bracing shall be installed as needed to maintain the rigidity of the hull during the entire construction process.
INSULATION OF METALS Care shall be taken to insulate dissimilar metals from each other.
STEERING GEAR PROTECTION Wood battens, or plywood partitions, with removable sections as needed, are to be installed in the cockpit lockers to prevent loose gear from fouling the steering cables.
GENERAL All joiner work, fastenings and hardware shall be in accordance with best yacht practice. Where particular sizes are not called for, the parts shall be as light as possible consistent with good practice.
All corners shall be well-rounded. All plywood shall be marine grade. Plywood that is concealed or covered shall be Douglas fir; plywood that is exposed shall be of veneers of Owner's choice. All plywood edges, including finger holes, shall be trimmed with wood to match the veneer of the plywood. Plywood may be Balsa-cored where specified.
All interior wood, including trim and plywood veneers shall be birch, except as noted. Ceiling battens shall be spruce, and shall cover exposed areas of hull in the main, guest and owner's cabins.
FASTENINGS AND ADHESIVES. Wood-to-fiberglass fastening to be with fiberglass tapes, using a "double-bias" fabric such as Knytex DB1708. Veneers and other surface shall be removed from plywood in way of fiberglass taping, to ensure good adhesion. Bulkheads and other structural woodwork shall have trapezoidal pieces of Airex foam between the wood and the hull, with three plies of DB1708 or equal, each side of the bulkhead. Wood-to-wood fastening shall
be with waterproof glue and/or stainless steel screws.
HARDWARE All hardware to be stainless steel or chrome-plated bronze. Locker doors, drawers and drop fronts to have internal finger-operated catches. Cabin and toilet room doors to have Perko handles. All doors to have hooks and stops to secure them in the open position. Steps to have chafing strips as required.
BULKHEADS 3/4" birch plywood..
CABIN SOLE 3/4" solid teak and holly. All parts removable for access to bilge. Sufficient framing to ensure stiffness in all areas. Removable sections to have bevelled edges to prevent sticking.
DOORS Two-panel birch, 3/4" frame, 1/2" panels.
HEADLINER Formica-over-Airex panels shall be installed throughout all cabins, fastened with removable hardwood battens for access to all deck hardware fastenings.
LIGHT WEIGHT PANELS. All large flat surfaces such as horizontal and vertical components of settees, berths and counters shall be made with 5/8" Baltek balsa-cored plywood; birch veneer thickness approx. 1/16". All edges trimmed in birch, and balsa replaced with hardwood in areas of all but the most lightly loaded fasteners.
GUEST CABIN. V-berth, with a shelf for personal gear above each berth. Drawers and drop-front lockers under berths. Shelf-top hanging locker.
GUEST HEAD. Countertop surfaced in white formica. Wilcox-Crittenden "Skipper" manual head with discharge to holding tank and alternate direct overboard discharge; electric pump(s) to empty holding tanks at sea. Polished s.s. sink with Scandvik #113000-MF mixer faucet; Whale Gusher III foot pump. Telephone-type shower with separate controls. Lockers and laundry hamper as shown on plans. Mirror, towel racks, paper holder and soap dish. Bare teak grating over shower sump; sump to discharge overboard via Attwood V-750 electric pump. Hanging lockers opposite head, on port side.
MAIN CABIN. Starboard side has pilot berth, a settee that can pull out to form a berth, pilot berth outboard, and a drop-leaf table. Traps in settee for access to equipment and stowage. Two drawers and four bottom-hinged traps in settee back. Seats to have 4" foam cushions; seat height to be 18" to top of cushions. Cabin table to be fastened to cabin sole beams with bolts so that it can be removed. Table to be of solid birch. Trap in table center with divided stowage for glasses, condiments; cutlery drawer in forward face Removable fiddles secured with brass pins in brass-lined holes in table. Port side to have settee with traps under, two drawers and two bottom-hinged traps in settee back, pilot berth outboard. Paul Luke size 1 soapstone fireplace forward of settee, with s.s.-surfaced insulation all around, s.s. stovepipe, water-cooled deck plate, and
removable s.s. smokehead. Companionway ladder of varnished birch rails and bare teak treads.
NAVIGATOR'S AREA. Aft-facing chart table, with hinged top, and chart stowage under. Fixed seat with trap under.. Shelves and lockers outboard as per plans. Lucite rack for course protractor, dividers, pencils, etc. on aft bulkhead.
GALLEY All counter tops to be white formica. All trim to be solid hardwoods to match main cabin. Lockers outboard to have louvered birch sliding doors. Six cubic foot refrigerator and four cubic foot freezer to have plastic film/ aluminum vapor barrier on inner surfaces of the surrounding joiner work, followed by 3" of urethane foam insulation, and an inner liner of stainless steel, the liner to be watertight. Freezer compartment to have a 1/2" drain. Top-opening hatches to have bare teak edging and soft rubber gaskets. Folding triangular step to assist access to boxes.
Stove space to be s.s.-lined, with room to allow stove to swing 45 degrees on either tack. Stove to be Dickinson Mariner P-3, 3-burner with oven. Piping to two 20# propane tanks secured in locker aft with overboard vent in bottom. Marinetics 580/581 remote control gas shutoff. Insulated s.s. above stove. Dish and glass stowage divided to Owner's requirements. Large double polished s.s. sink; Scandvik #113100-MG mixer faucet; Whale Gusher III foot pump. Door aft of sinks is hinged on bottom edge, with a plastic garbage pail secured with shock cord to the inside of the door.
OWNER'S CABIN. Berths and seat to be made of 5/8" balsa-core plywood. Veneers and hardwood trim to be birch. Traps in berth bottoms, and drawers in berth fronts. Hanging locker and bureau. An open shelf above each berth. Small bookshelf above inboard berth; shelf aft of bookshelf open to starboard (companionway) side.
OWNER'S HEAD Counter top to be formica-surfaced, with polished s.s. sink and Scandvik #113000-MF mixer faucet; Whale Gusher III foot pump. Lockers under counter. Lockers with louvered doors outboard of sink and head, and lockers with single-panel doors under sink. Head to be Wilcox-Crittenden "Skipper" with discharge to holding tank and alternate direct overboard discharge; electric pump to discharge holding tank at sea.. Teak grating over shower sump; sump to discharge overboard by means of an Attwood V-750 electric pump.
HANDRAILS. Birch handrails are to be fitted throughout; handrails along trunk cabin sides to be closed type to catch condensation from windows.
MIRRORS. One in each head, of aircraft style silvered lucite.
HATCHES, PORTS AND VENTILATION
COMPANIONWAY HATCH Builder-fabricated sliding hatch. The sliding part is to be a teak frame with tinted Lexan top. Runners are teak with s.s. bearing surfaces. Sea hood is a fiberglass molding. Sliding parts fitted for ease of operation, consistent with good water resistance. Washboards to be teak
COCKPIT SEAT HATCHES Fiberglass, as per plans, rubber gasketed all around, with outside catches.
VENTILATION HATCHES Five Bomar #139 medium 19 1/4" x 19 1/4" white-framed hatches. Two Bomar #130 10" x 10" white-framed hatches. One Bomar #139 large 24" x 24" hatch in helm shelter roof.
PROPANE LOCKER: Fiberglass, with two 20# tanks, with fiberglass cover and overboard drain.
OPENING PORTS Six Bomar #204 8 ½ x 16 ports, one Bomar #218 16 1/4 x 25 3/4 escape port..
HELM STATION WINDOWS: Seven, all of 1/4" safety glass. The outboard two forward windows hinge at top edge. Aft two side windows each have a sliding section. Others are fixed. Three forward windows to have Marinco/AFI #34000 heavy duty wipers with 18“ blades.
DORADE VENTS Six teak water-trap boxes with Lexan tops 4" dia. West Marine s.s. cowl vents S.S. guard rails over 3 forward Dorades.
ELECTRIC BLOWERS One electric air exhaust blower each location: engine room, galley, aft head, guest head. Hella Turbo Fans over each bunk (six).
HULL AND DECK Awlgrip, using 2 coats of #545 primer, plus topcoat. Boot stripe and cove stripe in contrasting colors of Owner's choice. Deck to have non-skid areas in contrasting color, using pattern shown on Deck Plan.
Bottom to have two coats of antifouling, type and color of Owner's choice.
NAME AND HAIL PORT Painted on both sides of stern in outlined gold leaf, lettering size and style of Owner's choice.
SPARS All spars to be painted with Awlgrip.
DECK JOINERWORK Teak decking sealed with teak sealer. Teak toerail, handrails, hatch frame, Dorade boxes and all other on-deck woodwork shall be varnished with six coats of gloss marine varnish.
INTERIOR All fiberglass is to be sanded and painted with flat white interior paint. The inside of all lockers and compartments shall be sanded and painted. All hidden woodwork shall be thoroughly sealed against moisture, with paint or varnish. All exposed wood shall be varnished with six coats of semi-gloss varnish.
All interior paints to have mildew-proofing added.
TANKS AND PLUMBING
FUEL SYSTEM Four integral fiberglass tanks of 600 gallons (U.S.) total capacity, tested hydrostatically to a pressure of 5 p.s.i. Each tank shall be fitted with baffles and cleanout plates. There shall be a method of sounding each tank.
Fill plates shall be on deck, permanently marked "FUEL". Fill pipes shall be 1 1/2" dia. neoprene. Vent lines to be 3/8" dia., led to exit high in the tubular s.s. lifeline stanchions.
Supply and return lines to be ABYC approved material, with a section of s.s. corrugated flexible hose next to engine. Valves arranged to allow supply and return from either tank, and clearly marked.
Racor fuel filters shall be mounted in the supply lines near the engine and generator.
Valves to shut of fuel supply to engine located outside the engine compartment.
FRESH WATER SYSTEM Four fiberglass tanks of 270 gallons (U.S.) total capacity, tested hydrostatically to 5 p.s.i. Arranged with baffles and cleanout plates, allowing access to all parts of the tanks. Tanks to be made with sanitary resin.
All piping shall be clear plastic pipe, with two hose clams at each connection. Fill plates on deck, permanently marked "WATER", with 1 1/2" fill piping to tanks. Vent lines 3/8", l;ed to galley sinks. Valves to allow supply from any one tank, with others shut off; all valves located for easy access, and clearly marked. Vents for bleeding at high points in piping. Water pressure system with Jabsco #36999-1000 4.2 gpm pump and #30573-0000 accummulator tank.
One Raritan 12-gallon hot water tank, with heat supplied from engine or 110-v. shore power.
Hot and cold water supplied to: guest sink and shower, galley sinks, and aft sink and shower. Whale foot pumps at all sinks to draw water when pressure is off.
Sump tanks under showers to be emptied by Attwood V-750 electric pumps.
Pressure hot and cold water supplied to one telephone-type shower on six-foot long retractable hose, stored in watertight locker molded into forward end of trunk cabin.
WASTE TREATMENT SYSTEM Each head is connected to a 50-gallon holding tank, with on-deck pumpout connection. There shall be a Y-valve in each discharge line to allow direct overboard discharge at sea.
SCUPPERS Cockpit: four 2" i.d. scuppers located as shown, with strainers at cockpit sole level, discharge overboard via own seacocks. Cockpit seats: two 3/8" i.d. drains each side, from seat to outside of cockpit coaming.
BILGE PUMPS One Edson #117BR 30 gpm bronze pump pump below cabin sole, with slot in sole so that handle can be inserted and pump operated without removing floorboard. One Whale Gusher 25 pump located on cockpit wall, with through-deck fitting so that pump can be operated from cockpit. One PAR #37080 submersible automatic pump. The two hand pumps shall discharge through their own outlet, large enough to handle the capacity of both pumps. One Jabsco #7420-0004 belt-driven from (engine or generator).
SEACOCKS All through-hull fittings shall have bronze seacocks (Wilcox-Crittenden or equal). The number of through-hulls is to be kept to a minimum by using manifolds where practical. All through-hulls shall be accessible, yet protected from normal shipboard activity.
LIMBER HOLES Limber holes shall be arranged to allow drainage from the entire length of the yacht to the low point of the bilge, where the pump intakes are located.
DECK SCUPPERS One large drain, with s.s. strainer, at low point of deck each side, drains to cockpit scuppers.
ANCHOR WASH (Salt Water): Groco #C-60 7gpm vane pump.
MAIN ENGINE Lugger model L668D 140 h.p. diesel with Twin Disc 2:1 ten degree reduction gear. 55-amp and 105-amp alternators. Installed on Evolution #1657 flexible mounts to oak beds securely fiberglassed to hull. Evolution EFSC #6 flexible shaft coupling. 2 1/4" diameter SAE 430 manganese bronze (or Aquament 22 s.s.) propeller shaft. Stuffing box to be readily accessible. Goodrich cutless stern bearing in skeg. Bronze two-bladed propeller 25" dia. x 20" pitch. Shaft to be permanently marked to indicate when propeller is vertical. Shear-pin type shaft lock to be provided.
COOLING SYSTEM Sea water intake with bronze seacock. Basket-type strainer in line between
seacock and engine. Exhaust via waterlift muffler, with cooling water injected aft of high point in line between engine and muffler, discharge in counter after making a high loop in lazarette. Exhaust hose to be 4" dia., non-collapsible hose.
INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS All-electric instrument panel with tachometer, hour meter, ammeter, water temperature and oil pressure gauges. . Oil-pressure and water-temperature alarms. Morse single lever throttle and clutch control located for most convenient operation by helmsman.
SOUND INSULATION Builder shall make every reasonable effort to isolate engine noise from the rest of the yacht. The aft face of the forward bulkhead and the underside of the helm/cockpit sole shall be lined with lead/foam insulation. All doors, opening panels, and openings for pipes and controls are to be gasketed.
DRIP PAN Main engine drip pan shall be copper, sloped forward to a 1/2" dia nozzle with shutoff valve, for drainage.
REFRIGERATION SYSTEM: Glacier Bay ½ h.p. direct-coupled compressor with separate sets of evaporator plates in freezer and chill compartments, the plates sized according to the manufacturer's recommendations.
BOW THRUSTER: Lewmar 200 TAH 12 h.p. hydraulic bow thruster.
110-VOLT GENERATOR Northern Lights 8 kw water-cooled diesel generator, model M753G. Mounting, cooling, exhaust, and fuel systems similar to those for main engine. Sound shield and remote starting. Generator to have PTO on front end for hydraulic bow thruster.
WATERMAKER: Village Marine Tec model LW-200 24-volt 8 gph.
CENTRAL HEATING: Espar D5L/C 18,770 BTU; ducts to forward cabin, main cabin, galley and aft cabin.
GENERAL 24-volt, 2-wire negative grounded system. All wires shall be red for positive, white for negative. Engine starting to be from a separate 24-volt battery.
BATTERIES Two banks of 12-volt SeaGel sealed marine gel batteries: house is 8 x 97 ah ; engine and generator starting is 4 x 97 ah. Swith to allow starting from house batteries if necessary. All batteries mounted in acid-resistant boxes, with covers to prevent accidental shorting across terminals, and securely fastened against motion at all angles of heel.
WIRING All wiring to be sized according to ABYC recommendations. To be PVC insulated stranded copper conductors. All wiring shall be supported at intervals of 18" or less with non-
rigid plastic ties, or led through PVC conduits. Metal ties shall be used where wiring runs through engine compartments; these ties shall have chafe protection. All wires shall be tagged at each end with the number of their circuit.
Cables carrying heavy currents, such as the starting motor, shall have preformed or soldered terminals. All other connections shall have ring-type crimped on terminals.
Splices are not permitted.
Covered junction boxes shall be provided to handle electrical loads to the mast, cockpit, navigator's station, and elsewhere as necessary. All terminals shall be numbered according to their respective circuits.
DISTRIBUTION PANEL Bass Yachtmaster 90-1053, with 33 d.c. and 11 a.c. circuits, and Bass 90-2095 accessory panel with 11 circuits for 12-volt instruments. Meters for level and rate of charge on all battery banks.
The panels are to be hinged by a continuous hinge along the bottom edge, and fitted with retaining wires to allow the panel to swing down as far as horizontal. All wiring leading to the panel to have enough slack to allow the panel to swing to a horizontal position with no strain on any wiring.
All circuit breakers to be clearly marked, and to have "on" indicator lights.
COCKPIT SWITCHES Protected switches convenient to helmsman for: spreader lights, masthead strobe light, compass light (with rheostat).
LIGHTS AND OUTLETS (Builder will install the following interior light fixtures, and allow $1000 for the purchase of these fixtures)
Cockpit: 2 dome lights over helm area, 1 chart light, 1 light on forward end of cockpit table.
Forepeak: 1 dome light.
Guest cabin: 2 overhead lights, 2 berth lights.
Guest head: 2 fixtures over counter..
Main cabin: 4 overhead lights, 6 berth lights.
(2 Den Haan gimballed brass kerosene lamps).
Galley: 4 overhead lights.
Navigator's area: 1 overhead light, 1 gooseneck chart light.
Engine compartment: 2 dome lights.
Owner's cabin: 4 overhead lights, 2 berth lights.
Owner's head: 2 fixtures over counter, 1 dome light in shower.
Mast: Windex light, masthead tri-color, combination bow (steaming) light and deck floodlight.
Running lights: (Aqua Signal 40, s.s. and polycarbonate) - Red & green mounted on teak boards on helm roof; white on stern pulpit.
12-volt outlet: cigarette-lighter type in nav. station.
BONDING SYSTEM Engine negative terminal, radio housings, and all fuel fills shall be bonded with #8 AWG green-coated wire to a 3" x 1/32" copper common bonding connector as per ABYC Section E-1.
LIGHTNING GROUND Headstay, backstay and shrouds shall be wired to keel bolts with #6 green-coated wire.
RADIO SHIELD A copper screen glassed into counter under SSB antenna.
110-VOLT SYSTEM A 110-volt 3-wire shore power system is to be installed, consisting of a 50-foot, 30-amp shore power cable, waterproof inlet in cockpit, isolation transformer, 11-breaker distribution panel, 20-amp, 24-volt converter, and 9 dual receptacles.
110-volt power shall also be supplied to the a.c. water heating element.
Dual receptacles located, one in each location: forward guest cabin, guest head, main cabin, nav. area, galley, owner's cabin, owner's head.
The entire 110-volt installation shall be in accordance with ABYC project E-8.
12-VOLT SYSTEM 30-amp 24 volt - to - 12 volt converter, for 12-volt instruments. 12-volt panel as above.
SPARS AND RIGGING
MATERIAL All extrusions shall be 6061-T6 or 6063-T6 aluminum alloy. Spar manufacturer shall submit construction details for approval, including local reinforcing, spreader attachments, tangs and masthead fitting, before proceeding with assembly.
Spars to be tapered as per plans, and painted with grey Awlgrip.
MAST Hall Spars section 305, with moments of 126"4 x 54"4. Double spreaders, tapered airfoil sections. Fixed gooseneck for boom. External storm trysail tack, from deck to full height of hoisted trysail. Masthead rigged for 2 genoa halyards, one spinnaker halyard, main halyard and topping lift. Forestaysail halyard. Spinnaker pole lift.
MAST COLLAR AND BOOT Mast collar to be anodized aluminum with a half-round lip at top for mast boot. Collar to have 1" clearance around mast for wedges. Rubber wedges to be supplied. Mast boot to be neoprene, sealed to mast with silicone sealer, and covered with Dacron cloth to resist damage from sunlight. An s.s. hose clamp shall be provided to secure boot to collar.
STANDING RIGGING To ensure that rigging is cut to the proper length, spar manufacturer shall obtain exact locations of mast step, partners, and chainplates from the Builder; he shall not rely on plans alone for this purpose.
All turnbuckles to be bronze; turnbuckles and other fittings shall be of a strength appropriate to the stay to which each is attached.
Double lower shrouds: 1/2" 1 x 19 s.s. wire
Upper shrouds: 1/2" 1 x 19 s.s. wire.
Headstay: 1/2" 1 x 19 s.s. wire with Hood Sea Furl E-2.
Backstay: ½” 1 x 19 s.s. wire.
Forestay: 5/16" 1 x 19 s.s. wire; Palmer Johnson quick-release lever recessed into foredeck.
Running backstays: 9/32" 1 x 19 s.s. wire, with 5/8" braided Dacron tails.
HALYARDS All halyards to be internal (consider external, with mast sealed for improved capsize resistance), with braided Dacron tails of appropriate size spliced in, and shackles on the working end. (Also consider low-stretch line instead of wire)
Main Halyard: 1/4" 7 x 19 galvanized wire; 1/2" tail.
Genoa halyards: 9/32" 7 x 19 galvanized wire; 1/2" tail.
Staysail halyard: 3/16" 7 x 19 galvanized wire; 7/16" dacron tail.
Main topping lift: 3/16" 7 x 19 galvanized wire; 7/16" dacron tail.
Whisker pole lift: 3/8" braided Dacron, led through pivoting block on mast.
Flag halyards: 3/16" nylon braid.
BOOM KZ Marine Leisure Furl boom, system 20-7, sized for P=50.3, E=20.6.
VANG: Navtec hydraulic, model #
WHISKER POLE 4" diameter x 18' long aluminum, painted to match spars. Pole to stow vertically on mast.
GENERAL It is the intention of this section to describe a deck that is fully equipped for cruising. Items not specified that are necessary for the normal handling of the yacht shall be included. All hardware shall be of appropriate size and strength for its purpose.
HELM SEATS: 2 Stidd model # 500-200-1X2
WINCHES (Chrome drums, unless otherwise specified)
Primaries: Two Lewmar #54EST electric self-tailing winches, with 90-degree drives and 24-volt motors.
Main: sheet/ furling/ halyard: Two Lewmar #44 ST
Genoa and staysail halyards: three Lewmar #44ST on mast.
Staysail sheets: Two Lewmar #44ST..
TOERAIL Teak, shaped as per plans, through-bolted and plugged.
GENOA TRACKS 1 1/4" stainless T-track, located as shown.
GENOA LEAD BLOCKS Four Lewmar 2904 2702 size 2 genoa cars
PAD EYES Ten Schaefer #78-07, located as shown.
FOOT BLOCKS (None required).
MAINSHEET BLOCKS Five Schaefer 32-33 3 1/4" sheave s.s. blocks, three Schaefer 08-05 2 3/8" sheave s.s. blocks. (Main halyard and furling line will require a total of six additional sheaves on deck, from mast to winch; sizes to be decided).
ROPE CLUTCHES: One Lewmar double Superlock D2 12-14 for main halyard and furling line.
CLEATS Two s.s. 14" mooring cleats forward, two s.s. 10 1/2"mooring cleats aft, four s.s. 10 1/2" mooring cleats amidships. Six s.s. closed chocks in toe rail. Cleats of appropriate size located near each winch.
LIFELINES AND PULPITS All tubing to be 316 stainless steel, 1" dia. 14-gauge. All pulpits
and stanchions to be 30" high. Pulpits to have double rails, and to be fitted for running lights. All pulpits and stanchions securely through-bolted to large s.s. backing plates. All aspects of the installation must meet or exceed Offshore Racing Council Special Regulations. Lifelines: plastic-coated 7x7 s.s. wire; top wire 1/4", bottom wire 3/16". Gates port and starboard, with adjoining stanchions well braced against fore-and-aft loads. Insulators between lifelines and stern pulpit.
FAIRLEADS Fairleads and chafing strips to be installed as needed; exact locations to be determined after sailing trials if necessary.
BOARDING LADDER West Marine six-step folding gunwale mount model W-G-6.
WINCH HANDLES (Lewmar): Four 10" lock-in chrome. Nicro-Fico PVC holders to be furnished and installed for all handles.
ANCHORING AND DOCKING
ANCHORS AND CABLES One 66-pound Bruce anchor in roller fitting on stem. Ten feet of 7/16" BBB chain, 250 feet of 3/4" nylon line. All necessary thimbles, shackles and splices, ready for use.
One 32-pound Fortress aluminum anchor, with 200 feet of 5/8" nylon line.
One 100-pound Paul Luke kedge-type anchor.
The roller fitting for the Bruce anchor is to be fabricated of stainless steel, with a plastic roller, and the sides well-flared at their forward ends to reduce chafe. There shall be a quick-release pin to secure the anchor in the stowed position.
WINDLASS Maxwell VWC 3500 with 24-volt motor. (or 4200?)
DOCKING LINES 5/8" nylon braid, with eye splices: two 55' lines, four 30' lines.
FENDERS Four twelve inch diameter heavy duty cylindrical fenders with lines.
CLEATS AND CHOCKS Two s.s. 14" mooring cleats forward, four s.s. 10" mooring cleats amidships, and two s.s. 10" mooring cleats aft. Large, well-faired s.s. chocks let into toerail at each location.
GENOA SHEETS Two, 5/8" white Samson braid.
STAYSAIL SHEETS Two, 9/16" Samson braid.
MAIN SHEET One, 1/2" Samson braid.
CUSHIONS All berths and seats to have extra-firm foam cushions with removable acrylic covers in material and colors of Owner's choice; berth cushions to be 6"; seat cushions 4". All backrests to have 2" foam cushions as shown on plans, with removable covers of material and colors of Owner's choice; allow $1000 for purchase of fabric for all interior cushions. Cockpit seats to have 2' closed-cell. foam cushions with Sunsure mesh fabric covers.
BUNKBOARDS Six, made of acrylic cloth, color of Owner's choice. Fastened to berth bottoms with battens, and fitted with strong grommets and 3/16" Dacron lanyards for attachment overhead. Suitable attachment eyes shall be installed, but handrails may be used for this purpose where their location is suitable.
SCREENS Nylon mesh screens in plastic or metal frames for all opening ports and hatches.
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS One Halon 1301 manual - automatic system installed in engine compartment. Three 6-pound ABC type in brackets, located in forward cabin, galley and aft cabin.
MAN-OVERBOARD GEAR One yellow horseshoe ring with ACR #566A automatic strobe light and Forespar #202018 man-overboard pole. One yellow Lifesling #A-LSRECCG-YL.
BOATHOOK One varnished teak boathook, with s.s. hook.
ENSIGN AND STAFF One chrome-plated 1 1/2" dia. socket, 6' varnished mahogany staff, and 3' x 5' U.S. flag.
LIFE RAFT AND DINGHY (Owner furnished) Builder shall supply and install chocks and lashings as directed by Owner for Owner-furnished liferaft and dinghy.
HATCH COVERS The forward hatch and the two hatches over the galley shall have Dacron covers fitting in beaded channels around the front and sides of the hatch; covers to allow the hatch to open to approx. 45 degrees, for ventilation in rain.
INSTRUMENTS AND ELECTRONICS
The following shall be supplied and installed by the Builder, in the locations directed by the Owner, with all related connections and wiring.
BOAT SPEED,WATER DEPTH & TEMP.: Autohelm ST 50 Plus Tridata system.
VHF: ICOM IC-M127
SINGLE SIDEBAND ICOM ICM700PRO(02) 150-watt.
GPS and CHART PLOTTER: Raytheon RayChart 620 LCD plotter, connected to Raytheon Raystar 112 GPS receiver..
RADAR Raytheon R21XX 36-mile open array, with antenna mounted on a 9' aluminum tube post aft. Radar to have two displays; bridge and nav. Station.
(OPTION: Autohelm ST 50 Plus Wind Trim).
INSTRUMENT ACCESS Good access shall be provided to all instruments, by installing each so that it can swing out or be easily removed for service and repair.