SWEET PEA is an extensively equipped and well cared for example of the popular WhisperJet Series with all the features one looks for, including the upgraded Yanmar 420 hp engines. Her shoal draft and performance hull form make her uniquely versatile as a day boat or for extended cruising. SWEET PEA has seen only two owners, and has been professionally maintained and kept in heated indoor storage her entire life.
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Tilleggsinformasjon, tilbehør og utstyr:
Bygger: Little Harbor Yachts
Designer: Ted Hood
LOA: 38 ft 0 in
Bom: 12 ft 6 in
LWL: 34 ft 0 in
Maksimum Kjøldybde: 1 ft 10 in
Avvik: 21800 lbs
Total Power: 840 HP
Drev type: Jet Drive
Engine Power: 420 HP
Drev type: Jet Drive
Engine Power: 420 HP
The interior is open and uncluttered. Starting forward is a private cabin with bi-fold door. A V-berth with foam mattresses and filler converts to a large double. There are numerous shelves and storage lockers and two cedar-lined hanging lockers. Moving aft to starboard is a dinette with teak table that lowers to convert to a double berth. There is a hanging locker aft with shelving outboard.
The galley is located aft, to port. Equipment includes a Norcold 110/12 volt refrigerator, Kenyon electric stove top, GE microwave oven with shelf, pressurized fresh water system, 6-gallon stainless steel hot water tank with 110-volt element and heat exchanger, over sized stainless steel sink with Grohe pull-out faucet and Corian counter tops with fiddles. There are also an extra electrical outlet and phone jack in the galley.
Aft of the galley is a head with ensuite shower. It is fitted with a fresh water Vacu-flush toilet and holding tank system with a Tankwatch III Monitor. Highlights include a porcelain sink with Grohe shower faucet, a cherry framed mirror, Corian counter, chrome fixtures and a removable shower grate. An opening port provides light and ventilation.
The cabin interior has solid cherry trim, locker frames, drawer fronts and corner posts with hand-rubbed varnish finish; a cherry hull ceiling with hand rubbed finish; roller-bearing drawer slides with Kroon flush positive latches; a varnished teak and holly cabin sole with satin finish and padded fabric overhead panels. There are bedspreads, mattress pads and fleece blankets.
Located two steps up and forward of the cockpit, the bridge deck serves as the prime entertainment area on the Little Harbor Express. Totally enclosed with heat and air conditioning or open to the elements, it is always comfortable. A custom low-profile helm station (new teak flashing, 2010) with full electronics (upgraded in 2010) and instrumentation and a beige Ultra-leather Stidd helm chair is located forward, to starboard. Forward to port is a customized lift-up hand-rubbed teak chart table with phone outlet and electrical outlet. An L-settee seats four comfortably with a hand-rubbed teak table and cover. A removable seat back can be used by the co-helmsman/navigator. Alternatively the table can be removed altogether to make room for a crowd.
Behind the helmsman's seat is a large Igloo cooler with tie-downs and Doe Ultra-leather cushion that provides additional seating as well as quick access to cold drinks. All cushions are Doe Ultra-leather.
The entire bridge deck is hinged and lifts up using an electric lift allowing access to the engine room. There is also a smaller hatch for quick access to the engine room.
White gelcoat cabin sides with painted white non-skid decks
Laid teak cockpit and bridge deck sole
Lewmar Ocean 1 anchor windlass with remote
Bruce 10 kg anchor with chain and rode
Saltwater/freshwater washdown in anchor locker
Aft deck light on hardtop
Extended stainless bow rail
Varnished teak cap rail with stainless chafe guards at anchor cleats - anchor roller
Varnished teak eyebrows on cabin house
Painted handrails on cabin top
Aluminum windshield; powder coated (white) exterior/teak trim interior with center-opening window
Aluminum hard top and windshield frame was sanded and repainted (2010)
New bridge deck headliner
Hard top enclosures
Canvas replaced (2010)
Fiberglass nonskid swim platform with retractable stainless swim ladder, stainless steel hand grip
Swim platform reworked (new rubber gasket 2010) and painted (2010)
Dinghy davit systems on swim platform
Stidd pedestal helmsman's chair
Molded gelcoat steering console and instrument box with teak flashing
Teak steering wheel
Varnished teak cup and binocular holder
(6) Stainless opening ports with screens and shades
(3) Windshield washers and wipers
(4) Lewmar anodized aluminum opening deck hatches, salon and forepeak with sky screens and shades
(1) Nicro vent over large hatch
(2) Stern hawse pipes, (2) bow chocks
(6) Stainless steel mooring cleats, at bow, amidships and extra cleats at stern behind seat
Whisper Jet sound barrier (Ultrasonic insulation around engine boxes, muffler wraps and gaskets on all openings)
Wet exhaust with discharge through transom
Morse throttle/clutch controls
Bennett trim tabs with indicators
Bronze raw water strainers
High water bilge alarm
Racor fuel filter/separator
Reverso oil change system
Raytheon Type-1 autopilot pump
Engine room blowers with FRP/plastic vents on deck
(2) Engine starting batteries
Marine Air 12,000 BTU reverse cycle air conditioner; outlet below and on bridge deck
Automatic Halon fire control system
Vetus 7 bow thruster
Holding tank gauge
(2) 12 v bilge pumps with automatic switches
(2) Fire extinguishers, 2.5 lb
Owner’s personal effects are excluded from the sale.
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.