Google 2008 Traditional Blue Moon Yawl Yawl



Year: 2008  
Manufacturer: Classic Boat Shop
Price: US$64,000  


CONSTRUCTION/ACCOMODATIONS: Traditional plank-on-frame construction. Carvel cedar planking over steam bent oak frames. Laid teak decks, teak house sides and skylight. Black locust trim and transom. All bronze fastenings. Mahogany interior. From up forward to stern: chain & sail locker accessible from the forward hatch or below decks; two berths either side of mast with storage beneath. Standing head room in the companionway; galley to port with single stainless sink and bronze hand pump; butane si23ngle burner stove; shelving above for plates, etc. and some stowage below. Electronics and hidden head to starboard – full marine head with locking Y valve and a 6 gallon holding tank; access to front of engine behind companionway ladder. Roomy cockpit with native locust tiller. SAILS:  Sails & Rigging blocks by A. Dauphine & Sons of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. Bronze blocks from Reineck. Custom bronze fittings. Tanbark sails by Gamble & Hunter Sailmakers of Camden, Maine: roller furling jib, staysail, main, topsail and mizzen (all new in 2008.) 430 square feet of sail area. CDI furling headstay ENGINE: 14hp Yanmar diesel – model 2YM15. 3-blade 16″ bronze prop. Engine new in 2008. Maximum speed: 6 kts; Cruising speed: 5 kts. EQUIPMENT/ ELECTRONICS:  Garmin 440 MAP GPS, VHF radio, 2 batteries, 12 V DC electrical system , Box compass, 30 lb Kingston fisherman anchor, Interior cushions, Lewmar bronze winches, Butane stove, Antique bronze hand sink pump, Marine head with Y valve, 2 ash handled bronze boat hooks,  COMMENTS: The designer’s aim of maximum cruising ability, seaworthiness, utility and comfort in a craft of minimum dimensions was admirably achieved in this salty 23-footer inspired by the traditional oyster boats that once worked along the southern coast of England near the Falmouth Estuary. These so-called Falmouth Quay Punts were all-weather boats, able to make distance to windward even when under shortened sail in a blow. This Blue Moon yawl TIME is sturdy, handsome, has graceful elegant lines and must be seen to be fully appreciated. She is in “as new” condition. There is a current survey for interested parties to review.


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Max Draft 
Engine Make 
Engine Model 
Engine Year 
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Diesel
Wood
8 ft 7 in
4 ft
Yanmar
2YM15
2008
1 gal
19 ft 8 in
22 ft 11 in
1 gal
1 gal
1
 


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