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1938 Fellows And Stewart George Craig Design Photo Details
1938 Fellows And Stewart George Craig Design Photo
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1938 Fellows And Stewart George Craig Design

Condition: used
Length: 73
LOA: 73 ft 2 in
LWL: 49 ft 0 in
Dry Weight: 29000 lbs
Displacement: 95000 lbs
Engine Brand: Perkins Diesel
Engine Model: 6.345M
Total Power: 120 HP
Engine Power: 120 HP
Hull: Wood
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Tanks: (350 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (15 Gallons)
Fresh Water Tanks: (400 Gallons)
Heads: 2

Boat name diamond head specs builder: fellows and steward designer: george cragi dimensions loa: 73 ft 2 in beam: 13 ft 3 in lwl: 49 ft 0 in minimum draft: 12 ft 0 in displacement: 95000 lbs dry weight: 29000 lbs engines total power: 120 hp engine 1: engine brand: perkins diesel engine model: 6.345m engine/fuel type: diesel engine power: 120 hp tanks fresh water tanks: (400 gallons) fuel tanks: (350 gallons) holding tanks: (15 gallons) accommodations number of heads: 2 general description construction: fellows and stewart built the diamond head in 1938 in willington california to an inhouse design by george craig. Long lengths of philippine mahogany were reported tucked away for several years preparing for the build. Scantlings include: frames- 2-3/4' x 2-3/4' stream bent oak on 15' to 16' centers, planking- double planked philippine mahogany, longitudinals- 1-3/4' x 5' bilge stringers, 1-3/4' x 9' sheer clamps, 1-3/4' x 5-1/2', beam shelf, fastenings- reported bronze throughout, deck beams- 2-1/2' x 3-1/2' sawn to the crown on 11' to 15' centers, deck- double planked teak over pine, ballast- reported cast lead with bronze keel bolts, description the hull has an overhanging spoon bow, gentle sheer, long counter with high tucked diminutive heart shaped transom. The deck is on one level around an aft cockpit, aft trunk cabin, doghouse, deck lockers and forward scuttle. Forward on the bow are windlass and hawsepipe to the starboard topsides for the anchor. The main mast (no longer with us) steps thru partners in the deck forward of the deck lockers. The mizzenmast steps to the horn timber thru the deck just aft of the cockpit. Surrounding the deck are double stainless steel wire lifelines on stainless steel stanchions with bronze bases bolted to the bulwarks. The cockpit has a central foot well with bench seats on all sides and coamings outboard. Lockers are in the side benches. Aft in the footwell is a binnacle with compass, wheel steering, electronics and engine gauges. The helm seat is raised on a pedestal above the aft bench and is sheltered with a canvas bimini. A 15' round bonze hatch in the cockpit sole is the only access to the lazaret. Ground tackle: an estimated 75# galvanized cast iron fluke anchor rides in the hawsepipe thru the starboard topsides protected with a metal plate guard. Shackled to the anchor are a reported 250' of 1/2' chain and 250' of 3/4' rode. Sighted in the forepeak locker is an estimate 45# galvanized welded steel danforth anchor. Working the anchor is a 32v ideal windlass with vertical gypsy and wildcat. Masting and rigging: the diamond head reported was launched as a cutter and converted to a yawl. At time of survey the mainmast and rigging were five years removed from the boat and reported unserviceable. The main boom is in place supported aft by the boom gallows and forward with a 2 x 6 scantling brace. The boom is laminated 6' x 9' laminated box section painted wood. Mainsheet control is three-part block and tackle on a seaboard traveler across the forward cockpit bench. The single spreader mizzenmast is 4' x 7' hollow aluminum section and steps thru partners in the deck to the horn timber. The mizzen is rigged with 1 x 19 stainless steel wire with turnbuckles and toggles at the lower ends to bronze chainplates outboard thru the deck. The mizzen has upper shrouds, forward intermediates, aft lowers and twin running backstays with pelican hooks on the lower ends. The running backs were unhooked and brought forward at survey and can clip into padeyes in the quarters. Winches include- two 12v barient 37st primaries, two barient 35 secondaries, barient 28 main sheet, south coast main outhaul on boom, two merriman #3 reefing on boom, harken 8 mizzen reefing, two harken 16st halyard and sheet. Sails were sighted stowed and filling the forepeak and were not inventoried or inspected. Fire fighting equipment: four bi fire extinguishers were noted mounted in the galley, aft head, forward cabin and forepeak. The gauges read charged at survey on the first three and they carried inspection tags dated july 1999. The forepeak fire extinguisher gauge read partially discharged. All fire extinguishers are due for hydrotesting- see recommendation. Interior description: the hull from forward has a forepeak locker with pipe berths outboard folded up against the hull sides and at survey full of sails, lines and gear. The forepeak opens aft to starboard of the centerline thru a door to the forward cabin. The cabin has an lshaped settee forward, lockers then raised pilotberth to starboard. To port is a raised double berth over lockers and drawers then mast bury on the centerline and enclosed head outboard. The guest cabin is next with settees then pilotberths outboard on both sides. The settees can pull out to form additional berths. A second head is across to port; a wet locker is aft to starboard with steps inboard up to the main saloon. The main saloon is entered aft to starboard from the deck thru a companionway hatch and ladder. Along the starboard side are lockers drawers and electrical panels tucked under the side deck. Across to port is a raised u-shaped settee with gimbaled teak table and bench seat inboard. Forward to starboard of the centerline is an opening and steps down to the forward cabins. Hatches in the sole provide access to the engine and machinery space below. Aft and inboard of the companionway ladder is an opening and step down to the galley set under the aft trunk cabin. The galley is u-shaped with stainless steel countertops, refrigeration to starboard, stove and trash compactor aft, and double stainless steel sinks in the port aft corner. The auxiliary engine stuffing box is reachable thru a hatch in the galley sole. Navigation and communication equipment: compass- 7' kelvin and wilfrid o. White in cockpit, 6' danforth constellation in main saloon, autopilot- comnav commander, radar/depth/gps/chart- garmin gpsmap 5212, depth finder- raymarine st60 autohelm series, rudder angle- raymarine st60 autohelm series, radios- standard vhf, icom ic-m304 sc vhf, clock- 6' boston, 7' bayard france, barometer- 6' boston, bell- 8' brass, safety of life at sea equipment: two 30' life rings, fourteen type ii adult life jackets, life sling, propulsion: the 120 hp auxiliary engine is a naturally aspirated straight six-cylinder perkins diesel model 6.354m. The engine is 12v start, fresh water cooled with a heat exchanger and has wet exhaust. Belt driven off the front of the engine are 12v and 32v alternators. Bolted to the back of the engine is a borg warner as7-72 hydraulic transmission with 1.91 ratio. The transmission couples to a 2' stainless steel shaft with dripless shaft seal. The propeller is a reported three bladed bronze fully feathering max prop. Cockpit engine gauges include- tach, water temperature, oil pressure, and pyrometer. Main saloon engine gauges include- tach, water temperature, oil pressure, 12v and 32v ammeters. Engine throttle and gear shift are sheathed cable. Steering is mechanical with wheel, gear and quadrant from the cockpit binnacle. An emergency tiller was sighted stored in the forepeak. Auxiliary machinery and equipment: bilge- 12v rule 3500 with float switch, unmounted edson diaphragm pump in starboard cockpit locker, cabin heat- webasto diesel hydronic furnace, cast chromed propane heater in forward cabin not connected to fuel supply, domestic equipment- force 10 propane 4-burner stove with oven, 12v isotherm refrigeration, 120v ac broan trash compactor, and 120v ac sanyo microwave oven, entertainment- 13' sharp aquos tv, coby dvd-925 am/fm/cd/mp3, propane- stored in dedicated deck locker forward of doghouse, vented to atmosphere. Within the locker are two aluminum propane tanks, two pressure gauges, solenoid switch remotely operated from the galley and lpg rated hose to the galley stove., tankage: fuel- diesel is carried in four fiberglass tanks with a reported 350-gallon total capacity: two 50-gallon wing tanks outboard in the lazaret and two 125-gallon tanks forward and outboard in the engine room. The tanks fill from the deck and vent to cabin and cockpit sides. Fuel shut-offs are at each tank; the fuel manifold is forward in the engine room. Fuel supply and return lines are seamless copper tubing and fuel rated hose. The return lines reported go only to the main tanks. Fuel passes thru a racor primary filter/water separator before going to the secondary filter on the auxiliary engine. Fresh water is carried three fiberglass tanks in the forward bilge with a reported 400- gallon total capacity. Water is pressurized with a 12v pump and has a groco pst-5 expansion tank. Hot water- 17-gallon torrid 120v ac or off engine cooling loop waste- the two vacuflush heads are plumbed to estimate 15-gallon plastic holding tanks chocked and strapped outboard in each head. The holding tanks are plumbed to deck fittings and overboard thru-hulls for emptying. Electrical systems: vessel 120v ac comes thru a hubbell 30-amp shore power inlet on the starboard side of the doghouse. The ac and dc panels are below to starboard in the main saloon and hinged to access the wiring and back of the panel. Along the top of the panel are meters for ac volts and amps, power source selector switch then dual pole main breaker and eight circuit breakers. The 12v dc panel is aft of the ac panel. Across the top are meters for dc volts and amps, battery selector switch and twenty circuit breakers. Below the ac and 12v dc panels are engine gauges including ammeters for 12v and 32v alternators. Below the engine gauges are inverter control panel, bilge pump switches and 32v panel with meters for volts and amps and six circuit breakers. House battery bank- two 12v 8d batteries boxed, covered and strapped under the port side deck outboard of the main saloon settee. 32v bank- four 8v batteries boxed, covered and strapped in a box aft in the forepeak. The batteries are controlled with a blue seas systems vapor tight battery switch. The batteries connect to an outback power systems inverter mounted to the forepeak starboard aft bulkhead. Outboard of the inverter is a newmar phase three model pt- 32-25 battery charger. Auxiliary engine start- 12v 4d, boxed covered and strapped outboard to port of the engine. The battery is controlled with a blue seas systems vapor tight switch. Charging the battery is a professional mariner portech-4 battery charger or the 12v engine alternator. Wiring, as expected of a vessel of this vintage, is a mixture of old and more recent with some abandoned wires. 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.

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