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2001 Rockport Marine schooner - 78'


 
Year 2001
Length 78ft.
Price USD $1,100,000
Type: Pre-owned
Categories:
Sail
Location Newport, RI, United States
Hull Material
Engine type Single
Fuel
Contact Information
 
Builder/Designer
Builder: Rockport Marine
Designer: Melbourne Smith of Annapolis, MD
Dimensions
Beam: 23 ft 0 in
Max Draft: 8 ft 6 in
Engines
Engine(s): Caterpillar
Engine Model: 3306B
Hours: 8287
Engine(s) HP: 290 HP
Tankage
Fuel: (1050 Gallons)

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
LYNX
Specs
Builder: Rockport Marine
Designer: Melbourne Smith of Annapolis, MD
Flag of Registry: United States
Dimensions
LOA: 78 ft 0 in
Beam: 23 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 8 ft 6 in
Engines
Total Power: 290 HP
Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Caterpillar
Engine Model: 3306B
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 8287
Engine Power: 290 HP
Tanks
Fuel Tanks: (1050 Gallons)
Accommodations
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 3

ACCOMMODATIONS

The interior cabin space has been well maintained.  Salon/galley and heads are sound, well lighted, and in good condition.

The officers' quarters, located immediately forward of the helm, are provided with four bunks, a head and small office/navigation center.  Nav center is provided with a chart table with shelving for navigation aids, publications and charts.

The forward crew quarters include four bunks and a head.  The trunk cabin is accessed via companionway stairs and is configured as a salon with the galley accessed via companionway stairs, forward.  The interior is finished in varnished mahogany wainscoting and white painted woodwork with mahogany bulkheads and bookshelves with numerous cupboards and cabinets provided throughout.  Interior is outfitted with butterfly hatches and sealed safety glass ports around the perimeter, providing a light and cheery space.


GALLEY
  •  Cookstove - Adriatic by Dickinson
  • Diesel fuel
  • Insulated freezer and refrigerator, both cooled by 24 volt Grunert compressor
  • Vitrifridge refer/freezer

HEADS
  •  (2) Jabsco electric pump heads (officers’ quarters & salon)
  • Vacu-flush head (crews quarters)
  • (2) Stainless steel holding tanks with (2) additional grey water tanks

NAVIGATION AND ELECTRONICS
  • Compass: Plath
  • VHF Transceiver: Icom IC-M504
  • Single Side Band: Icom IC-M710
  • Fathometer: Brooks & Gatehouse (B&G)
  • GPS: Raytheon Ray C140
  • Radar: Raytheon Ray C140
  • Anemometer: B & G
  • Barometer: Victory
  • Chronometer: Weems & Plath

ENGINE AND MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT
  •  Access to engine is gained through a companionway hatch.
  • This vessel is uniquely configured with a Hundested variable pitch propeller system. Four blade, bronze propeller.

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT

DC System               

  • Battery Number and Voltage:  (10) Absorbed Glass Matt (AGM) 8D, 12 volt deep cycle batteries, configured in series as one bank of 24 volts for engine starting; (2) AGM 8D, 12 volt deep cycle batteries, configured in series as one bank of 24 volts for engine starting; (2) 12 volt group 24 deep cycle lead/acid batteries, configured in parallel for generator starting.
  • Battery Chargers:  (2) Chargemaster 24-100-3 configured to charge both 24 volt battery banks; (2) Newmar 12-50 converters used to provide power To the navigational instruments and other 12 volt appliances; Mass 24/2500 inverter for outlets.
  • (2) Chargemaster 24-100-3 configured to charge both 24 volt battery banks (2) Newmar 12-50 converters, used to provide power to the navigational instruments and other 12 volt appliances; Mass 24/500 inverter for outlets.

AC System:  (20) 30 amp 120 volt entries

  • Isolation Transformer: (2) Charles charges 3.6 kVa
  • Generator (Port): Northern Lights PX301 - K1, 8 kW
  • Serial Number: K10177
  • Hours: 5807
  • Generator (Stbd): Northern Lights PX301 - K1, 8 kW
  • Serial Number: K09976
  • Hours: 6125

FRESH WATER SYSTEM
  •  (2) Stainless steel tanks located under sole of galley
  • (2) All craft stainless steel tanks
  • Sea Recovery, Aqua Whisper, reverse osmosis watermaker
  • Grey water tank provided for all shower drains

PLUMBING

Bilge Pumps:               

  • Electric/Automatic
  • Manifold marked
  • Bilge alarms
  • Engine driven

CONSTRUCTION

This vessel is a classic, working style schooner with a clipper bow, rounded chine, raked transom, and the interior, reinforced by frames and ceiling boards.  She is constructed with five watertight bulkheads, dividing the hull into six compartments, comprised of a chain locker, forward crew quarters, salon/galley, engine room, officer's quarters/navigation and utility compartment.

  • Planking: 3" x 6" Angelique
  • Plank fastenings: Silicon bronze screws
  • Frames: 5" x 6" Yellow pine, spaced at 18" centers
  • Floor to frame Fastenings: Silicon Bronze bolts
  • Ceilings: 2" x 8" Painted yellow pine
  • Bulkheads: 1 ¼" laminated marine plywood fastened to frames
  • Keelson:  Laminate of 10" x 7" and 10" x 9" yellow pine; all dead wood reported as yellow pine
  • Sheer Clamp: 6" x 6" Painted yellow pine
  • Keel Bolts: 1 ½" Silicone bronze

The main deck of the vessel is provided with wooden bulwarks around the perimeter with a forward hatch, two dog houses and two trunk cabins which provide access to thechain and (4) overnight. Locker, crew's quarters, salon, and engine room.  The helm is located midships, aft, with a trunk cabin forward, providing access to officer's quarters/navigation station

Decks:  Double planked with 1 ½" x 2 ¾" yellow pine, where the deck boards are bedded and caulked with polysulfide and fastened to the under layer using bronze screws, which are then bunged.

  • Beams: 6" x 9" Yellow pine at 34" centers
  • Bulwarks: 30" Painted yellow pine planks with 2" x 10" cap
  • Coamings: 2" x 7" Painted yellow pine
  • Stanchions: 1 ¼" Bronze, where bases are lag bolted to cap rail
  • Lifelines: ½" Three strand nylon
  • Scuppers: Five 2" drains for each side deck
  • Coach roof: 3 ½" Yellow pine planks

FIRE AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT
  •  (9) Fixed CO2, Type II fire extinguishers in engine room
  • Engine mounted pump installed in engine room, provides water to deck via manifold located off the engine.
  • (35) Type 1 adult PDF’s
  • (21) Type 1 child PDF’s
  • (3) 30” Jim Buoy ring buoys
  • (14) Survival PDF’s
  • (3) Zodiac 8-person life rafts
  • First aid kit
  • Flares
  • Search li9ght
  • Radar reflector and AIS
  • EPIRB

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT
  •  Ground tackle and Deck Gear:
  • Number one 350 lb stock anchor
  • Number one appx 200’ of ½” chain shackled to 450’ of line
  • Number two 350 lb stock anchor
  • Twin Muir 24 volt anchor windlass
  • (4) six-pounder carronade and (4) swivel guns 

Hardware:

  • Spars (3)
  • Foremast – 14” spruce, main mast – 16” spruce
  • Spruce boom
  • 15” x 15” Spruce bow sprit
  • ½” Chain bobstay

Rigging

Standing Rigging:  

½” 6 x 19 steel cable tarred, wormed and parceled traditional manner, by which cable is spliced to Lignum Vitae dead eyes, where wire ends are spliced and wormed and parceled, with lanyard extending to the chain plates

  • Chainplates: ½” x 4” Stainless steel strapping bolted through hull

Running Rigging

  • Sheets: ¾” Three strand nylon
  • Halyards: Both throat and peak – ¾” three strand nylon
  • Blocks: Wooden cheeked

REMARKS

LYNX is a 122' spread length, square topsail schooner.  She is in possession of a USCG Certificate of Inspection for (49) day passengers, and (4) overnight.

The square topsail schooner, LYNX has been designed and built to interpret a privateer or naval schooner from the War of 1812.  The original LYNX was built at Fell's Point, Maryland and commissioned during the opening days of the war, making her among the first ships to defend American freedom.

Designed by noted marine architect, Melbourne Smith of Annapolis, MD and built by Rockport Marine of Rockport, Maine, LYNX represents a "letter of marque" Baltimore Clipper; considered to be among the finest privateer schooners ever built.  Because of their swiftness and maneuverability, these ships were most effective as blockade runners and offensive weapons of war.


EXCLUSIONS

 

Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht.  These specifications are believed to be true and correct but cannot be guaranteed. 


DISCLAIMER

Specifications and details of this vessel are provided in good faith for informational purposes only.  Data regarding the specifications, operating characteristics, and condition of the vessel was obtained from sources believed to be reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers.  Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, capacities, consumptions and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided and agrees to instruct his agent or surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase.  Vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price and inventory changes and withdrawal from market without notice.

Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker has been told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters.  The broker cannot and does not guarantee the true hours.  It is the responsibility of the purchaser to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise, and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.

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