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1964 Trumpy 60 Flush Deck Cruiser
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“SIRIUS” is a 60 foot custom wooden motor yacht of the “flush deck cruiser” model, built by the well-respected John Trumpy of Annapolis, Maryland in 1964.
“SIRIUS” is in “above average” condition for a vessel of this era and compared to other yachts of the same age, benefiting from a professional maintenance and repair program.
This yacht received a complete new bottom in 1999.
In 2012 The entire boat went through a refit, including new interior.
Since 2012 the yacht has lived in fresh water. It stays in a climate controlled storage in the winter.. Every winter we have the finest wood boat craftsman go over the boat and make any corrections or repairs they feel it needs. This yacht is owned by people who understand they are the caretakers of a piece of history. They keep it beautiful.
The main deck consists of the pilothouse with a large enclosed aft seating area.
The helm station has a forward-facing settee at the wheel with chart drawers under. Large windows afford all-round visibility and light. Aft of the settee is a service counter. Stairs to port leads to the mid-deck level and main salon. The main salon is well lit with natural light from deck level windows and is comfortably appointed. Galley to port and a dinette to starboard. Forward of the galley in the focs’le are the crews quarters with head. Centered at the forward bulkhead is a stair leading to the lower deck with galley to port and a dinette to starboard. The foredeck is accessed through side doors at the helm station, port and starboard, giving easy access to the docking and anchoring gear located at the bow. The engine room is located mid-ship at the lower level and separates the forward cabins from the master stateroom. The aft accommodations are accessed by a stair from the main salon with a guest cabin to starboard of the passageway and a head to port. Storage lockers are to port and the full width master state room is aft. The owner’s cabin has twin berths with drawers under and a dresser between. The head with shower is en-suite. All cabins are tastefully decorated.
The main salon is well lit with natural light from deck level windows and is comfortably appointed. Joiner work throughout the boat is varnished Teak. Centered at the forward bulkhead is a stair leading to the lower deck, going aft in the salon you enter the climate controlled aft deck.
The main deck consists of the pilothouse with a large enclosed aft seating area. The deck is laid with sprung and caulked Teak decking. The helm station has a forward-facing settee at the wheel with chart drawers under. Large windows afford all-round visibility and light. Aft of the settee is a service counter. A stair to port leads to the mid-deck level and main salon.
The foredeck is accessed through side doors at the helm station, port and starboard, giving easy access to the docking and anchoring gear located at the bow. Exterior decking is a painted surface. Teak railings extend from the foredeck to the side cabin entry doors. Aft deck is air conditioned and heated.
Engine Details and Mechanical Equipment:
Access to the engine space is through a door under the hinged stairs to the main salon.
Construction for topsides and bottom are of double planked Mahogany on Sawn White Oak frames. Fastenings are copper nails and bronze screws. White Oak chine logs are through bolted to gussets at the chine. The original bottom was replaced in its entirety in 1998 using the original scantlings with synthetic adhesive between the plank layers. The shaft logs were replaced, and some reframing was done at this time. Keel, floors, deck beams and other structural parts are white oak. The transom is framed with white oak and planked with teak where varnished, the lower planks are of mahogany.
Recently, bottom repairs were made to the port side including renewed planking, and frame and floor repair. These repairs are of very good quality.
Exterior topside hull surfaces are painted with a urethane type paint. The upper works are teak, varnished. Cabin tops are painted.
Continuously updated. A dedicated repair company and an owner who understands what she has and what it takes to keep it a beautiful collectors piece.
Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
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.