PRICE REDUCED!! MOTIVATED OWNER!! MANY UPGRADES TO THIS CLASSIC BLUEWATER YACHT!!
Fabulous Blue Water cruiser! DUTCHESS has completed the Great Loop, sailed all five Great Lakes, and many side trips. She has been totally and professionally restored by her owner over the course of eight years. Must be seen to be appreciated. Hard top Bimini, new 65 HP Cummins diesel, multiple layers of awl grip paint and barrier coating, new sails, and many custom features make her the perfect sail away vessel! Owner is amenable to be on board for delivering her to any seaport that may be her future home port!!
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Tilleggsinformasjon, tilbehør og utstyr:
Kjøl: full kjøl
LOA: 44 ft 0 in
Bom: 14 ft 0 in
Minimum Kjøldybde: 5 ft 0 in
Ballast: 14000 lbs
tørrvekt: 36000 lbs
two jib sheet winches in the cockpit, and one main sheet winch next to the stern companion way.
All halyards, main, jib, and cutter sails are raised by winches on the mast.
Anchors are three, 40 lb. BULLWAGGA on high strength 250’ of 5/16 chain, 40 lb. Danforth on 50’ chain and 200’ 5/8 nylon rope, 30llb. Danforth Stern anchor on 10’ chain and 100’ nylon rode.
Sails were bought new from Doyle in 2014.The main is a Doyle Stackpack. The Jib is a 130% sail on the Shaefer roller furler. The Cutter sail is old and hanks on the inner stay. We also have a full set of storm sails old but never used
Dutchess was surveyed in August 2012 for insurance purposes. This was before the hard top was installed in 2013. The market value at that time was found to be $137,000. This allowed me to insure it for $100,000. With a change in insurance she is now insured for $99,000.
-What is the height under the Bimini top. The clear height under the hard top which totally covers the center cockpit is 7 feet.
-does she have air in both cabins and how old is it. The Marine Air Conditioner is by Webasto Reverse Cycle ,12000 BTU heating or cooling and AC powered so can only be used at the dock.. It is only ducted into the center salon but it could be ducted to the stern cabin. It was bought from Defender on 2/13/15 and installed that year.
-is she still cutter rigged. Yes but the self tacking boom was removed as too dangerous at the suggestion of a rigger. The Cutter sail is hancked on and raised at the mast with a winch and controlled by sheets run to the cockpit. The Cutter sail came with the boat so age is unknown but serviceable.
-how old are the sails and roller furling. The sails are from Doyle, the jib is Doyle Durasail RF Genoa, 135% with foam luff &tell-tale. With a green Sunbrella UV cover. Bought in 2/13/2015. It rolls on a Sheafer 3100 roller furler bought on 1/30/06.
-shape of running rigging. Good serviceable shape dates from 2006 and newer.
-any signs of leakage. Slight leak at mast partner will be fixed shortly. Owner installed Spartite 2000 mast wedge replacement system 2 small kits in 2/5/16 added 3rd kit in 2020.
-is there a cockpit table. NO but could be added.
-how old are the instruments radar etc. All electrical wiring and instrumence were replaced during reconstruction. It is a total SIMRAD system. In 2014 Dutchess was hit by lightning and all electronics were replaced by Samalot Marine at a cost of $20,967.10 with the newest models available.
-what kind of auto pilot does she have. It is a SIMRAD Autopilot running a hydraulic pump and piston.
-how old is the frig and freezer. The boat has separate refrigerator and freezer both running on 12 volt. They are ISOTHERM models by Indel Marine, the freezer is an Cruise 63, the fridge is a Cruise 130. Purchased in 3/31/2011 from Defender.
Dinghy motor: LEHR outboard motor. The LEHR is 5 HP propane powered and it has a 15 lb fiberglass propane fuel tank. No dinghy is included.
-age of solar panels. There are two different sets of solar panels. Two 40 amp ridged and two 50 amp flexible. The ridged are mounted on the radar arch and the flexible are mounted on the hard top. Looking for ages estimate hard panel bought in 2012, soft panel 2014.
THE YACHT “DUTCHESS” DUTCHESS Is a 1977 CSY 44 WO (Caribbean Sailing Yacht). She has a length of 44’, beam of 14’ and draws 5’ and an empty weight of 36,000 pounds. The boat was totally and professionally restored at the Poughkeepsie Yacht Club (PYC) by the owner over 8 years from 2003 to 2011. All efforts were made to conform to modern ABYC standards. I could not have restored DUTCHESS without the encouragement and help of PYC. The Hardtop was constructed and installed in 2013. It is made of 1” honeycomb core and multiple layers of fiberglass with epoxy and then painted with Awlgrip paint . It is enclosed with green cloth and plastic windows with zippers. Dutchess has completed the Great Loop and many side trips. She runs very economically at about a gallon of diesel per hour or six miles. The 100 gallon fuel tank gives her an easy 500 mile range. The keel was shortened from 6.5’ to 5’ in 2015 in accordance with CSY directions, which makes DUTCHESS conform to the shallow draft version of the CSY 44. Dutchess sleeps a total of six, in 2 cabins (2 each) and 2 berths (1 each) in the center salon. The cabins each have a marine head and a shower in the stern head. The restoration involved the following; At Oriental NC in before bringing the boat north, 1. Rebuilt Rudder, 2. Installed new wet exhaust hose, 3. Cleaned out 100 gallon diesel tank, 4. Installed twin primary diesel fuel filters, 5. Cleaned out and sanitized the two 200 gallon water tanks, 6. Installed new 24x15 bronze 3 blade propeller At PYC over 8 years, 1. Below the water line the hull was stripped of old paint and gel coat down to the fiberglass with a rotary peeler, washed hull and let dry, coated hull with 4 coats of clear INTERLUX Epoxy, 4 coats of Interlux Barrier paint 3000, and then bottom paint. 2. Removed teak gunnel planks, routed out the hull to deck joint and filled joint with epoxy and fiberglass which solidly attached hull to deck. In place of the teak I installed new aluminum perforated rails ordered from France, bedded in G-Flex epoxy and fastened with SS screws and bolts. 3. Extended rub rails 1” to better protect the sides. Installed aluminum strip on rub rails. 4. The entire boat, hull and deck was painted with Ivory colored AWLGRIP. 5. I removed the old Perkins Diesel engine. and installed a new 65 HP Cummins Diesel with a rebuilt Borg Warner Velvet Drive transmission. Had the 1.5” shaft checked for straightness and magnafluxed. I installed a dripless mechanical packing on the shaft and on reinforced shaft log. 6. Stripped all the wood out of the salon down to fiberglass hull. Removed wood mast step and refrigerator box. Rebuilt all wood in salon and installed new 12volt refrigerator and new 12volt freezer. 7. Replaced all of the 6 foam bunk mattresses with 4” foam and cloth covers. 8. Removed all electric wiring and installed new ABYC wiring throughout the boat. 9. Removed cable steering system and replaced with hydraulic steering 10. Installed two 40-gallon polypropylene holding tanks (total 80 gallons) that receive the black water from the toilets and gray water from the galley sink. 11. I installed new toilets “Thetford Comfort Mate” in the heads and they flush with fresh water or gray water from the sinks with “Whale” diaphragm pumps pumping to the holding tanks. 12. Installed a complete SIMRAD electronic system including: a. Radar b. Chart plotter c. Depth sounder with temperature and knot meter d. Wind speed and wind direction e. Autopilot with hydraulic pump and 2” by 12” hydraulic piston 13. Bought new sails from Doyle, new roller Jib and new “Stack Pack Main”. The main goes up a new “Strong Track” for easy handling. As part of the sale, I will deliver the boat anywhere on the water on the East Coast, Gulf Coast and Great Lakes with the new owner and friends as crew. Dutchess and I have cruised all these waters. Equipment List; ANCHORING: ANCHORS: Dutchess has 3 anchors, primary anchor is a 44lb BULWAGGA with 250 feet of 5/16G4 hot-dipped galvanized steel chain, secondary is a 40lb DANFORTH TYPE with 50 feet of 5/16 G4 hot-dipped galvanized chain and 200 feet of 5/8 Nylon 8 plaited rope, stern anchor is a 30lb Danforth with 12 feet of 3/8 Stainless chain and 200 feet of ½” nylon braided rope. ANCHOR PLATFORM, the existing SS anchor platform and roller did not allow for 2 anchors. The owner constructed a new wood platform of Locust and Teak with two SS anchor Rollers on top. The rollers new cost about $250.00. WINDLASS is a Lewmar C3 with 5/16 chain gypsy and rope drum operated by hand held control and purchased from North East Rigging in 2005 for $2,006.00. Installed by owner. Cost now $2275.00 ENGINE ROOM AND DRIVETRAIN: DIESEL ENGINE, the original Perkins 4-154M was replaced with a CUMMINS 4B 3.3-G1, 65 bhp @2600 rpm. Engine was bought in 2006 at a cost of $8,988.00 plus a rebuilt Borg Warner Velvet Drive transmission Series 71 with 2.91 to 1 gearing at $1,150.00 and high output Balmar Alternator at a cost of $961.00 Total price for new engine $11,099.55. Purchased in 2006 and installed in 2010. FUEL FILTER, In 2003 owner installed duel RACOR DIESEL filters with valving to allow instant transfer. RACOR model 215R, 15gpm now cost $36.99 each. MUFFLER purchased in 2009 a Vetus water lock VE NLP 50 Super 2” direct from Vetus Marine at a boat show for cost of $352.25 now cost $349.99 WATER STRAINER to supply water for engine cooling purchased a FORESPAR/R>C> MF-810 water strainer P/N 906066 now cost $143.99. EXHAUST HOSE in 2003 installed 20’, of 2“soft wall wet exhaust hose now cost $14.00/ FT, total $280.00 PROPELLOR IN 2003 installed 24”by15” bronze propeller cost new $820.00 tobecheck. STERN MODIFICATIONS: RADAR ARCH, a used radar arch from a large power boat was purchased for $500.00 and modified at owner’s direction to fit DUTCHESS. Extensive cutting and welding were required to make it fit. We welded dinghy davits on the arch which now caries the inflatable. The arch carries the SIMRAD RADAR and two SOLAR PANELS. SWIM PLATFORM made from sched. 40 aluminum pipes welded and teak boards. Made by KENT FAB Engineering at a cost of $1,231.44 Teak boards purchased separately and installed by owner. Owner installed 4’ swim ladder on platform. Now cost $314.99 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: WIRING, all wiring was removed and replaced with ABYC approved tin coated copper wiring. INVERTER CHARGER is a MAGNUM MS series pure sine wave inverter charger model number MS2012 serial number H1-26218 made in 2009. Rated at 2000VA with continuous power output at 17 amps. Continuous charger output 100 amps at 12 volt DC. Controlled by a remote control ME-RC model MS2812. Original installed in 2010 replaced after lightening in 2014. Cost now $1695.20 ISOLATION TRANSFORMER from Charles Marine model G2 serial number G614102. Original installed in 2010 replaced after lightening in 2014. Now cost $584.99 SOLAR PANELS by Solar Flex model GP-FLEX 100 rated power 100 watts. Two installed. Cost $1,091.97 Now cost $1,050.00 plus tax. OVERHEAD LIGHT by Alpenglow LED 9 watt overhead light with dual power, 1 volt in medium Teak. Cost $134.00 from Merchant Alpenglow Marine Lights. BLUE SEA ELECTRICAL SYSTEM. MAIN BREAKER PN 3102, 30 amp AC dual pole and RCBO for Residual Current and Overload device as required by ABYC and functions as an GFCI and ELDI for circuit protection from overloads and electrical leakage. Cost $172.84. Installed by owner between shore power inlet and isolation transformer. VESSEL SYSTEM MONITOR Blue Sea model VSM422 from GO2 Marine at a cost of $331.91. It monitors DC system, AC system, Diesel Tank, and Water tanks. Now cost $389.99. Plus, two Ultrasonic Tank Senders PN 1810 for water and diesel at a cost of $79.00 each. CIRCUIT BREAKER PANELS, DC panel model 8023 Blue Sea, two installed cost each $141.99 now cost $134.99, Plus DC Breakers. AC panel installed model 8059, cost $151.99 now cost $181.99 plus AC Breakers. MAIN BREAKER Blue Sea model 8077 30-amp double pole AC breaker cost $71.99 installed between inverter and AC panel. REMOTE BATTERY SWITCH Blue Sea PN 7700 ML series, now cost $164.99, two installed to control DC power from batteries to loads. AUTOMATIC CHARGING RELAY Blue Sea PN 7622 ML series now cost $189.99, installed between two battery banks to allow isolation or automatic charging of second battery bank. GALLEY GALLEY STOVE, A Force 10 with 2 burners built in propane range with oven was installed. Model 73251 cost $1,289.99 now cost $1499.00 FREEZER An Isotherm Cruise Model CR 63F Freezer, 2.2 Cu. Ft. volume with 12volt or 120volt Danfoss compressor. Purchased 3/31/2011 now cost $775.00 REFRIGERATOR An Isotherm Cruise Model 85, 3.0 Cu. Ft. Purchased 3/31/2011 now cost $910.00 GALLEY SINK The existing double stainless sink was reused and installed in new galley cabinet. New faucet and drains were installed. Now cost of sink $514.00 WATER SUPPLY: WATER TANKS, the 1977 CSY 44 came with two 200-gallon fiberglass water tanks built into the engine room. Each has a new deck fill port and hose. Water is drawn from each tank bottom through new HDPE piping to the pressure pump. WATER PRESSURE PUMP, A pressure pump came with the boat in 2003 and is still operating. Now cost $130.00 WATER TANK A Groco model PST-1, two-gallon pressure tank was installed in 2015, now cost $190.99 HOT WATER HEATER, A KUUMA Model 40600 Serial Number 022510643587 was installed the tank is either heated with 120-volt shore power or engine heat exchanger and has 6-gallon capacity. The tank was bought in 4/12/2010. Now cost $257.99 WATER FILTER, mounted at galley sink for drinking and cooking water with its own faucet. The filter is a 3M full Flow Model US-B1 with cartridge B-1 for 2000 Gallons at 1.5gpm. 6-month cartridge live. New cartridge installed in May 2019. Two filters from FiltersFast.com cost $133.00 WASTEWATER AND TOILETS: PLUMBING all wastewater plumbing was replaced with PVC piping and rubber Fernco’s and sanitary hoses. TOILETS, two toilets were installed they are Thetford Marine model Comfort Mate, only the toilet was used the pump was discarded. The toilets are flushed using grey water from the lavatory sink, all thru hulls serving the toilets and lavatories were removed and closed with fiberglass and epoxy. All wastewater now goes to the two 40 gallon holding tanks. TOILET PUMPS a Whale Gusher 10 Pump MK.3 rated at 17 GPM, was installed in each lavatory to move wastewater from the toilet to the holding tank. Now cost $250.00 HOLDING TANKS, two 40 gallon holding tanks were installed to hold all wastewater from toilets, sinks and galley sinks. The tanks were custom fabricated of 3/8” polypropylene to owners’ drawings and specifications by Miller Plastic Products at a cost of $950.00. Each tank has a suction fitting on deck to remove wastewater at pump out stations. MACERATOR PUMP, Jabsco Model 18590 for moving wastewater from holding tank to sea water. Cost now $129.99 INFLATABLE DINGY: Dinghy is a DEFENDER RIB 300, SN DEI 00670D212, 9’10” with fiberglass bottom and Hypalon inflatable tubes with 3 chambers, made in 2012 new cost $2163.00 see bill, now cost $3463.00 Outboard motor, propane powered 5hp made by LEHR LP 5.0S , now cost $1200.00, uses either camp bottles or 17lb propane tank with hose, included. HULL MODIFICATIONS: RUB RAIL, the rub rail was made wider to provide more protection for the gunnels. This was done by gluing with epoxy sections of 1”by 2” locust wood onto the existing rub rail and covering that with multiple layers of fiberglass and epoxy. Then an aluminum ½” by 1.5” strip was screwed on top. PORT HOLES, the existing stern port holes were made of plastic and were replaced with Bronze portholes. The Port Holes were purchased from New Found Metals and installed by owner. THRU-HULLS, a total 7 thru hulls were removed and closed using epoxy and fiberglass. The remaining bronze thru hulls were replaced with FORESPAR MARELON OEM Thru hulls and Seacocks. There are now only 4 below the water seacocks left, 2-2” cockpit drains, Engine cooling water intake, and air conditioner water intake. Also one opening for the forward looking SONAR and the one opening for the SIMRAD Depth, temperature, speed transducer. HULL STRIPPING, the entire hull was stripped of the gel coat, washed and dried, covered with 4 layers of epoxy and 3 layers of INTERLUX 3000 barrier paint. KEEL SHORTINING. The CSY 44 came either with 4’11” shallow or 6’6” deep keel. The keel was designed to remove the bottom 19” portion which contained only a light weight concrete. This was done by the owner in 2015. With a slight change, he added 1” thick fiberglass panels to the bottom of the keel to act ad scuff plates. These were glued on using thickened epoxy.
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