1986, 32 ft Frank Day Jr. Downeast Lobster Yacht Cruiser

1986, 32 ft Frank Day Jr. Downeast Lobster Yacht Cruiser 32ft | 1986

Boothbay Harbor, ME

Location: Boothbay Harbor, ME


SALES PRICE
$25,000.00

Eastern Yacht Sales, Inc.

Eastern Yacht Sales, Hingham, 335 Lincoln Street, Hingham, MA, 02043, United States

US
866-381-7601
781 740 4149

Details

Vessel Type: Passenger - Yacht
Hull Material: Wood
Year: 1986
Length / Size: 32ft
Price: $25,000.00
Sale / Charter: For Sale
Short Description: PRICE REDUCED FOR THE HOLIDAYS!!! OWNER WANTS VESSEL SOLD. Make an Offer Biscuit 32’ Downeast Lobster Yacht Cruiser This handsome Downeast cruiser was built by the renowned Frank Day Jr. of Brooklin, Maine in 1986, one of a series of honest, elegant, simple and capable Downeast cruisers built at his yard. Biscuit has been well maintained by her owner’s and is in turnkey condition for her next owner. She is highly recommended to those who seek a handsome, able Downeast boat for family picnic outings or simple overnight cruising. Biscuit has been enjoyed by many most recently in Penobscot Bay at White Head Light Station. Her classic lines and timeless sound makes her enjoyable to many. Additional Specs, Equipment and Information: Builder/Designer Builder: Frank Day Jr. Designer: Frank Day Dimensions LOA: 32\\\\\\\' Beam: 9\\\\\\\'6\\\\\\\" Draft: 2\\\\\\\'9\\\\\\\" Engines Engine(s): Chrysler Engine(s) HP: Single 275 hp Engine Model: M360V Cruising Speed: 14 knots @2600 rpms Max Speed: 20 knots @ 3500 rpms Tankage Fuel: 150 Gallons- Stainless ACCOMMODATIONS From the bow, forepeak storage followed by extra-long port and starboard berths with storage beneath and shelving outboard; space aft of starboard berth accommodated an enclosed head with holding tank and deck pump out; extension of engine box provides a table top. Biscuit’s interior is simply finished in white with light buff paint. A simple galley could be built to the port aft of the main cabin. ELECTRONICS Compass Garmin Color GPS Plotter ICOM VHF Raytheon Fishfinder Furuno 1623 Radar HULL & DECK Cedar carvel planking over steam bent oak frames, bronze fastened; oak backbone; hull of hollow keel (?Built-down? type) construction; laid and caulked painted mahogany main deck; deck and house top fiberglassed with epoxy resin 1994; teak toe rails and handrails; self bailing cockpit sole; fiberglass-covered trunk cabin; painted mahogany trunk, windshield and exterior trim; hull is white. There are forward and aft cockpit sole hatches and a removable engine cover; storage space below aft decks; cabin hatch is Plexiglass; helm station to starboard, companionway to port. Hardtop installed in 2000; Hull, deck and interior painted in late 2006 MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT 275 Hp Chrysler, gas V8, FWC engine. Racor filters, burns 4-5 gallons per hour at cruising speed 2 12 Volt batteries with engine alternator Equipment Anchor with chain and rode Bilge blower Heavy-duty manual bilge pump 2 electric bilge pumps Bunk cushions Bow chock Swim ladder Fire extinguisher Personal floatation devices Horn Racor fuel filters Spray rails Marine head with holding tank Deck pump out COMMENTS Decks fiberglassed with epoxy resin and a teak toe rail. Biscuit is a handsome, well built Downeast picnic boat. Built by the well-known Frank Day, Jr. to a highly acclaimed Built Down design. As is Biscuit is ideally configured for simple weekend cruising or family picnic outings. Biscuit is recommended to those who seek a simple easily driven classic picnic/Downeast cruiser with great aesthetic appeal. Disclaimer 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.

Features and Measurements

Miscellaneous
A/C No
Walk in Cooler/ Freezer No
Tanks
Heated No
Inert Gas System No

Machinery

Rudder Type

Dynamic Positioning: No

Aux Machinery

Tank Heating: No
Disclaimer
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