Shannon Yachts began building these very unique boats in 1975. There is no such thing as a “stock” Shannon beyond the bare hulls and decks of each model as each boat was totally customized for its owner.
This boat was launched in 2019 with build beginning in 2009. She has Yanmar twin engines with practically zero hours. She underwent a sea trial but has not been in the water since. All of the equipment is brand new, some still in the original packaging, although dated 10 years. She has Interlux base and bottom paint so she’s ready for fresh or sea water.
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Shannon Yachts began building these very unique boats in 1975. There is no such thing as a "stock" Shannon beyond the bare hulls and decks of each model as each boat was totally customized for its owner.
This boat was launched in 2019 with build beginning in 2009. She has Yanmar redundant twin engines with practically zero hours. She underwent a sea trial but has not been in the water since. All of the equipment is brand new, some still in the original packaging, although dated 10 years. She has Interlux base and bottom paint so she's ready for fresh or sea water.
EQUIPMENT: This boat has had a lot of the equipment installed but not all has been completed yet. See breakdowns below.
INCLUDED ITEMS THAT NEED TO BE INSTALLED: Lighthouse dual gypsy windlass motor was stolen but can be replaced Hardcase life raft Wallas diesel heater Water maker Power oil change components Water heater Leisure furl boom system 3 winches All chainplates Boat has been prepared for all side stays Centerboard and custom hardware
INSTALLED: Furuno instrument package partially installed. Partially installed aft helm station: Small display, control console and autopilot pump Refrigeration and freezer Aft lockers and winch platforms to be relocated when rig is in place (final glass work already paid for)
ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING: Manufacturer Shannon roughed in the electrical and plumbing systems. Most wiring and hoses are in place. Needs to be traced and components and panel hooked up.
INTERIOR FINISH AND CABINETRY: Shannon was known for quality carpentry. This boat has domestically farmed Cherry heavy heartwood made by Shannon.
Centerboard components in hand remain to be installed
Linear closed cell PVC foam-cored composite hull hand laid up with isopthalic gelcoat, vinylester resin veil coat, bi-axial laminates and Kevlar hybrids
Internal solid lead ballast, encapsulated and sealed within fiberglass laminates (no keel bolts)
Reinforcing stringer grid with extra 45x45 degree bias bi-axial laminates
Kevlar reinforcing laminates in the bow and keel
Hull to deck joint bonded and thru-bolted every eight inches, with bi-axial laminates backing the internal hull flange
Skeg mounted fiberglass rudder with stainless steel rudder post and internal reinforcing plate
PVC foam cored deck and wheelhouse - hand laid up with biaxial laminates
Custom diamond pattern fiberglass non-skid with contrasting gelcoat color
Nine wheelhouse windows of Garibaldi armor plate tempered glass
Six oversized stainless steel deck and mooring cleats, four recessed deck chocks, two anchor rode deck pipes
Two cockpit coaming storage compartments
Stainless steel stanchions with double lifelines and port and starboard boarding gates
Engine controls, stainless steel destroyer type wheels
Large lazarette storage compartment
Twin Yanmar diesels
Engine panels, remote panels with tachs and alarms above
Two diesel fuel (5052 alloy with baffles) tanks with access ports
Dual Racor water separator primary fuel filters
Mechanical throttle shifters
Pickup and return fuel manifolds for ease of selecting tanks and transferring capabilities
Groco engine raw water intake strainer
Hydraulic steering at upper helm
Four separate self-trimming and isolatable water tanks (180 gallons), 316L stainless steel
ShurFlo 3.3 GPM fresh water pressure pump
Twelve gallon stainless steel hot water heater with engine water heat exchanger/110 VAC system
Designated waste holding tanks (25gallon forward and 28 gallon aft)
Windshield wipers with fresh water wash down
Marelon seacocks with identification labels
All seacocks and equipment are easily accessible
Marine grade sanitation, wet exhaust and fuel fill hose with double hose clamps on all fittings
Two Whale Gulper 320 12 VDC electric bilge pumps with automatic float switch
Rule 3700GPH 12VDC emergency bilge pump
Fireboy automatic fire extinguisher (located in engine room) not installed
Whale manual diaphragm bilge pump
All electrical equipment is easily accessible
Four engine 115 AH Group 31 AGM marine batteries
100amp battery charger
Dockside 50amp 125/250VAC shore power system with 50 foot cord
Galvanic isolator (protects against galvanic corrosion while plugged into shore power)
Copper band ground plane in hull for possible SSB antenna installation
Primary bulkheads 1" with solid hardwood corner posts and trim
Satin varnished 8 coats on standard cherry joinerwork
Cedar lining inside all hanging lockers
Corian vanity tops in head
Aft head stall shower
Fridge/freezer boxes insulated with KevoThermal panels
Separate cool blue 12VDC refrigeration and freezer systems
Engine room hatches
Two Bomar overhead hatches
Fourteen stainless steel Hood opening ports with screens
Five stainless steel Bomar tempered glass deck hatches
Six 4" stainless steel or white PVC cowl vents on baffled dorade boxes
MAST, RIGGING, WINCHES AND SAILS
Solid stainless steel chain plates thru-bolted with 1/2" stainless steel bolts to reinforced fiberglass knees
Harken winches: one 50ST two-speed self-tailing main sheet and main halyard, two 30 two-speed halyard
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.