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1966 Webbers Cove Spencer Lincoln Downeast Lobster - 34'  Sold


 
Year 1966
Length 34ft.
Price USD $59,500
Type: Pre-owned
Categories:
Power
Hull Material Fiberglass/GRP
Engine type Single
Fuel
Contact Information
 
Builder/Designer
Builder: Webbers Cove
Designer: Spencer Lincoln
Dimensions
Beam: 11 ft 0 in
Length on Deck: 35 ft 0 in
Draft Drive Up: Direct Drive
Engines
Engine(s): Cummins
Engine Model: 6BTA
Engine(s) HP: 250 HP
Cruising Speed: 8 knots
Tankage
Fuel: (174 Gallons)
Water: (60 Gallons)

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
FREMONT
Specs
Builder: Webbers Cove
Designer: Spencer Lincoln
Flag of Registry: United States
Dimensions
LOA: 38 ft 0 in
Beam: 11 ft 0 in
Length on Deck: 35 ft 0 in
Engines
Total Power: 250 HP
Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Cummins
Engine Model: 6BTA
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 250 HP
Cruising Speed: 8 knots
Maximum Speed: 17 knots
Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: (60 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (174 Gallons)

Interior Accommodations

FREMONT’S interior arrangement is simple and functional. She is finished in the Herreschoff style with white painted bulkheads and surfaces with solid mahogany trim, giving her an elegant feel without straying too far from her workboat roots.

The salon and pilothouse is a wide open space with fantastic visibility in all directions. Large sliding windows port and starboard allow great cross-ventilation. The helm station is forward to starboard. Electronics, engine gauges and her Floscan meter are located nearby her stainless destroyer wheel and dual lever Morse engine controls. Two swiveling captain’s chairs may be moved anywhere throughout the cabin. There are mahogany racks for charts and guidebooks near the helm and on the port side at the dash. Aft and to port there is a table with two bench seats. The table will lower to create a berth, and both table and seats will hinge out of the way to allow access to the engine space beneath the sole.

Four steps lead down to the forward cabin. A wide V-berth is located forward, with an infill cushion creating a large berth.  There are reading lamps to port and starboard. There is storage space beneath the berth for bags or bins. Shelves run fore and aft along the sides of the berth and the hull is trimmed in fir battens. Forward of the berth is an open storage space with two large shelves and a hanging rack for clothes and foul weather gear.

The galley is just aft. A counter runs along the starboard side with gimbaled three burner Force 10 stove located forward. Aft is a deep stainless sink with single level faucet. Outboard along the hull side are shelves for dry goods, plates, pots and pans. There is a narrow bank of shelves aft and above the sink for spices and smaller items. There are five drawers and a large open storage space beneath the counter. Opposite to port is an additional counter space with large top loading refrigeration box. There are four drawers beneath and shelves outboard.

Aft and to port is the head compartment. A curtain separates the space from the cabin. Painted surfaces with mahogany trim make the space easy to clean. There are shelves outboard along the hull side and a Lewmar opening port. 

New salon upholstery by Always Perfect (2014)

(2) swiveling pilot chairs

Blinds for pilothouse windows


Electronics & Navigation

Garmin GPSmap 5212 radar/chartplotter with AIS (2013)

Garmin HD radar antenna (2013)

XM Weather (2013)

Garmin GPSmap 492 chartplotter

Furuno LS-4100 echo sounder (2013)

Furuno GPS Navigator

Horn

Comnav Commander autopilot

Standard Horizon Matrix AIS+ GX2150 AIS equipped VHF radio (2013)

Polyplanar external speaker

Dirigo compass

Brass ship’s clock and barometer

Jensen MXDM51 AM/FM/CD stereo receiver (2013)

(2) stereo speakers

Samsung flat screen TV with Dynex bluray player


Deck & Hull

FREMONT’s hull is solid fiberglass with a heavy system of bonded floors and stringers, the structure of which was substantially reworked and improved in her recent refit. Her deck is balsa cored fiberglass laminate and the pilothouse is fiberglass over plywood. The hull is painted with red Awlgrip with a cream boot stripe and black bottom. There are “spray knockers” forward and a rubrail aft. A heavy duty blackrubrail runs around the sheer. Oversized bronze mooring cleats are located forward, midships and astern.  Her deck is painted cream with gray nonskid and accents. There is a red stripe along her house.

In 2012, FREMONT was hauled at Canal Boatyard for paint work. Her topsides were faired and new red Awlgrip was sprayed by Northwest Fiberglass. The spray knockers and rubrails were added to the hull. Her bottom was stripped and a barrier coat applied in addition to new antifouling paint. Her internal framing structure was also substantially improved, with new purple heart transverse floors and renewed bulkhead tabbing.

The foredeck is surrounded by double lifelines on stainless stanchions. There are wood handrails on the top of the cabin and pilothouse, and a stainless steel handrail along the side of the pilothouse. Forward, there is a stainless anchor roller with heavy duty Kolstrand hydraulic anchor windlass. A dinghy may be stored either on the deck above the pilothouse or on the davits astern. There are racks for two kayaks on the upper deck as well.

Access to the cockpit from the interior is via a sliding door from the aft end of the salon. It is one step down to the large aft deck. A bimini top allows this space to function as an extension to the interior, perfect for deck chairs and a small table at happy hour. There is an additional helm station to starboard and forward. Beneath the gunwhale are shelves with racks for fishing rods or boat brushes. At the transom there are sturdy stainless dinghy davits. The dinghy may also be stored on the deck above the pilothouse utilizing the crane. There are also racks for kayaks on this deck. A swimstep with swim ladder runs the width of the transom.

Kolstrand hydraulic anchor windlass

50’ 5/16 chain and 250’ line rode

15kg Bruce anchor

Blue canvas bimini with stainless frame

(5) bronze mooring cleats


Engine

Access to FREMONT’s engine and systems is excellent. The salon table and seats hinge away and the entire cabin sole may be removed to allow complete top end access to the engine, batteries, charger, fuel and water tanks, diesel heater, pumps and other systems. The floor grid system was substantially reworked in the recent refit with removable floor beams to allow better access.

Cummins 6BTA 250hp diesel engine (estimated 2500 hours), regularly serviced by Hatton Marine (installed 2002)

Floscan multifunction meter with hour meter, tach, fuel flowmeter and fuel totalizer

Pyrometer, thermostat and oil pressure gauges

Dual lever Morse controls and stainless destroyer wheels at both pilothouse and cockpit helm stations

Sea Star steering controls with stainless destroyer wheels

Hydraulic steering system replaced (2012)

Miscellaneous engine spares – impellers, belts, etc

New fuel manifolds and tank fill, supply and return hoses and valves (2014)

Dual Racor fuel filters with remote vacuum gauge in cabin (2013)

Tanks cleaned and fuel polished (April 2013)

Fireboy Halon engine room fire extinguisher

 

Estimated Running Data:

RPM – Knots – GPH

1050 – 7.0 - .3

1250 – 7.8 - .6

1400 – 8.3 – 1.3

1650 – 9 – 3.4

1850 – 10 – 4.5

2000 – 11.5 – 6

2685 (WOT) – 17.8 – 12.5


Mechanical Systems

Webasto Air Top Evo 3900 forced air diesel heater (2014)

Sure Marine fan heater off engine (2012)

Dickinson P12000 propane bulkhead heater (2012)

Force 10 three-burner stove/oven (2011)

Propane system replumbled with new lines, solenoids, regulator and pressure gauge (2012)

12vDC refrigeration with top loading compartment

Pressure hot/cold water with single lever faucet and deep sink

Seaward 11 gallon hot water tank

Dometic self-contained head/holding tank with overboard and deck pumpout (2011)

12v fan in pilothouse

Windshield wipers


Electrical Systems

FREMONT was substantially rewired in 2012. There is excellent access to the rear side of the electrical panels, and other systems behind the dash via a large hinged locker door in the galley.

12v DC and 120v AC electrical systems

Smartplug 30amp 125v shore power inlet and 50’ shore power cord

Professional Mariner DC breaker panel and Marinetics AC breaker panel

BEP Marine DC Meter

Analytic Systems BCA310-110-12 battery charger (2014)

Xantrex Pro XM1000 1000 watt inverter

(2) 8D gel house batteries

(1) 8D gel start battery


Miscellaneous & Safety

Teak flagstaff and US ensign

Ocean Marine systems stainless steel dinghy davits at transom

Crane for dinghy to upper deck

Kayak racks

Garelick outboard motor mount


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.
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