Basic Boat Info
Engines / Speed
- Fuel: Diesel
- Propeller Type: Folding
130 Marina Rd, Suite 202 PO Box 546
CHESTER, Nova Scotia, CA, B0J 1J0
Tel:902 444 4500
PRINCIPAL DIMENSIONS & INFORMATION
Designer: Joel White
Builder: Hull by Bridges Point Boat Yard (2006)
Builder: Custom finished by original owner (2007)
LOA: 24’ 0”
LWL: 18’ 8”
Beam: 7’ 6”
Draft: 3’ 5”
Displacement: 3.944 lbs.
Sail Area: 278 sq. ft.
Solid FRP hull in full keel / attached rudder configuration. Exterior finish is white gelcoat with blue boot stripe and gold-leaf cove stripe
Laminated White Oak carlins and deck beams overlaid with marine plywood and covered with Dynel cloth set in epoxy. Deck surface / finish is Pearl Gray Awlgrip paint in both smooth and nonskid areas. Flush deck self draining anchor locker.
DECK HOUSE CONSTRUCTION
Deck house is in the coveted Herreshoff style with curved cabin sides joining to a point forward reminiscent of the classic S-Boats and Fish Class boats.
Cabin sides are of solid Teak. Cabin top carlins and beams are of laminated White Oak overlaid with marine plywood and covered with Dynel cloth set in epoxy. Cabin sides are varnished and exterior cabin top surface is Pearl Gray Awlgrip in both smooth and nonskid areas.
Aft cabin bulkhead is of tongue and groove White Cedar painted semi-gloss White.
Companionway entry is trimmed in varnished Teak with varnished Teak sliding hatch and vertical drop boards.
Varnished solid Teak cockpit coamings and seats. Cockpit floors are of solid White Oak with solid Teak board cockpit sole. Cockpit sole lift-out allows access to storage space under the cockpit sole. Bulkheads fore and aft of cockpit are tongue and groove White cedar painted semi-gloss White.
The cockpit differs from the standard BP24 arrangement in that the cockpit sole is considerably deeper than the factory built boats making for a very secure and comfortable feel when aboard. There are a manually and electric bilge pumps. When not sailing there has a custom canvas boom tent with built in solar charger that not only keeps rain water out of the cockpit but also covers and protects the on-deck varnished brightwork with only the varnished Teak toerails exposed to the elements.
Simple daysailor interior. Solid White Oak floors with solid Teak board cabin sole. Settees port and starboard are of varnished White cedar with lift-outs to allow access to storage space under settees. Centre teak engine box. Interior (FRP) hull sides are covered by White Cedar ceilings painted semi-gloss White. Fore and aft tongue and groove White Cedar bulkheads are finished in the same style. Overall the fir and finish of the interior spaces is such that one feels they are down below in a classic wooden daysailor of years gone by.
Bronze chocks and cleats
Lewmar low-profile ventilation / deck hatch forward
Varnished Teak lazzerrette hatch
Varnished Teak toerails and taffrail
14HP Nanni inboard diesel to a shaft and prop. Aluminum fuel tank under cockpit. Cockpit controls.
Single 12-volt battery supplies power to 12-volt outlet and mast lighting (Lopolight LED masthead tricolor) Solar and engine charging systems.
SAIL HANDLING EQUIPMENT
Lewmar #16, single-speed, self-tailing, bronze primary (sheet) winches mounted on Sparten Marine bronze winch bases outboard of cockpit coaming (port & starboard).
Lewmar #6, single-speed, bronze secondary (halyard) winches on cabin top (port & starboard)
Schaefer main sheet traveler
Schaefer genoa tracks and cars
Harken line organizers and cam cleats
Keel hung rudder
Solid FRP rudder with bronze rudder shaft.
Laminated White Oak tiller with tiller extension.
ELECTRONICS & NAVIGATION
2015 Raymarine Chart plotter, compass and Raymarine multi depth & speed.
SPARS & RIGGING
Metalmast single-spreader, fractionally rigged aluminum mast and boom
Spars painted Pearl Gray Awlgrip
1x19 stainless steel wire standing rigging (shrouds and stays) with bronze turnbuckle adjusters
Low stretch line halyards for main, headsail and spinnaker.
Main sheet, genoa sheets, spinnaker sheets, rope vang and all appropriate blocks.
SAILS & CANVAS
Sails by Doyle Sailmakers (2007): Mainsail, Working Jib, 135% Genoa, UPS Cruising Spinnaker
Sails by Maine Sailing Partners (2008): 150% Genoa
Custom canvas boom tent / cockpit and sail cover
2007 Double-axel Triad trailer with spare wheel and ladder
Fortress anchor with chain and rode
Docklines and fenders
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.
Contact John Suederick at 902 529 0802 for more info and viewing appointments.