HULL & DECK:
- 1” mahogany planking over white oak frames.
- Copper rivets and bronze screw fasteners.
- 5,600 lb cast iron external ballast; 700 lb lead ballast in bilge.
- White hull.
- Varnished mahogany trunk cabin, toerails, coamings, hatches, exterior trim, and Locust handrails.
- Fiberglass over plywood decks and cabin top.
- Laid and caulked teak cockpit.
- Locust cockpit grate.
- Spoked wheel with worm gear steering.
- Bronze stanchions, 8 bronze opening ports and heavy duty bronze deck hardware.
- Varnished mahogany transom.
- Poured tar in bilge spaces from stem to stern.
- Inspected keel bolts in 2000.
- Varnished mahogany bowsprit with two bronze rollers.
- S/S bow and stern rail.
- Double lifelines.
- FUEL: 43 gallons in two aluminum tanks.
- WATER: 90 gallons in two S/S tanks.
- HOLDING: Approximately 18 gallons in poly tank.
ENGINE & MECHANICAL:
- Westerbeke 4-107, 4 cyl, 37 hp diesel, FWC; rebuilt in 1997 by Hanson Marine; approx. 820 hours since rebuild as reported on hour meter.
- Hurth ZF15M transmission, new in 2009.
- Installed remote oil and fuel filters including Racor filter.
- Fully insulated Sounddown engine compartment with excellent 360 degree access to engine.
- Installed new copper tray under engine.
- Installed new auxiliary fuel pump to transfer fuel to a 1 gallon day tank.
- Installed new fuel manifold system for both fuel tanks.
- 1 1/8” bronze shaft; 3-bladed bronze prop.
- Water lift muffler.
- Cruises @ 6 knots +/- @ 1400-1900 RPM.
- Easy access to stuffing box and sea water strainer.
- Installed new cockpit bronze seacocks and replaced hoses on all other seacocks.
- New Kobelt controls.
- 12V electrical DC system.
- Installed two new separate alternators, 110 amps each.
- Installed two new banks of batteries with two battery switches, in 2002 & 2006.
- Batteries are housed in new battery boxes with lid.
- New circuit breaker panels and all new wiring.
- 1000 watt inverter, new 2009.
ACCOMMODATIONS: Sleeps six comfortably. Starting forward is a divided chain locker for two separate rodes. Next aft are vee berths with shelves outboard, new 5” cushions, large hatch overhead and opening ports. There is a sliding door separating the forward cabin from the salon. Next aft to port is an enclosed head with manual W.C., and an opening port. Opposite to starboard is a larger hanging locker and five drawers. The main salon is very spacious and includes a double berth to port and a single berth opposite. Lockers, drawers and bookshelves are outboard on both sides. There are varnished pine lee boards which have three positions, make comfortable back rests, and are easily stowed in holders under the deck. A Paul Luke wood/charcoal fireplace is mounted on the port forward bulkhead. Next aft to port is the galley which includes a new Force 10 propane stove, oven and broiler, double S/S sinks with manual pump, S/S lined icebox with new Seafrost engine driven refrigeration, numerous lockers and cabinets. Opposite to starboard is a sit down nav station with access to the breaker panels and electronics, followed aft by a quarter berth. A large horizontal counter under the companionway stairs provides access to the engine space. The interior joinerwork is varnished mahogany and pine with a teak cabin sole.
- Force 10 propane stove, 2 burners, oven, broiler.
- Seafrost engine driven refrigeration.
- Double sink with pressurized fresh water.
- Levac “Popular”model head with manual pump (new 2009).
- Custom OceanLink 18 gallon holding tank with SeaLand TankWatch monitor (new 2009).
- Mascerator pump for tank (new 2009).
- Sink, pressurized fresh water, cabinets (new 2009).
- Spare Levac pump and mascerator pump (both new 2012, never used).
- 2004 Raymarine RC631 radar/plotter at nav station interfaced with screen in cockpit.
- 2004 Raymarine Pathfinder RL80C radar/plotter cockpit screen.
- 2004 Raymarine 8001 Smart Pilot autopilot interfaced with plotter/radar.
- 2004 Raymarine S.T. windspeed and direction.
- 2004 Raymarine 215 VHF radio.
- 1999 Raymarine Autohelm tridata, depth, speed and temperature.
- 2012 Raymarine LifeTag MOB system with 2 base stations and 6 LifeTags.
- Ritchie compass in bronze binnacle.
SAILS & RIGGING:
- Double headsail ketch rig.
- 1998 new sails by Ghost Sails in Kittery, Maine: mainsail, mizzen, 130% genoa, club staysail.
- New Furlex 300S roller furler on headsail.
- Added new Club staysail which is self-tending.
- Jiffy reefing (new 2012) with double reefs on main and mizzen.
- Added running backstays to mizzen (new 2012).
- New jumper stay between main and mizzen masts (2012).
- New halyards and sheets (2009).
- Two Lewmar 40 two speed sheet winches.
- Bronze Merriman halyard winches.
- Spars are varnished Sitka spruce.
- Mainmast is 40´ above deck; mizzen is 33´ above deck.
- 45 lb CQR anchor with 50’ of 3/8” BBB chain and 200’ rode.
- 27 lb Kingston anchor with 20’ of 3/8” BBB chain and 200’ rode.
- Ideal MI-20 horizontal 12V electric windlass, for 3/8” BBB chain or rode.
DINGHY AND DAVITS:
- 10’ 2” Acorn dinghy, glued mahogany lapstrake construction (new 2002), varnished interior and sheer strake, with sailing rig in custom bag, rudder, tiller, center board, custom dinghy cover for use with davits, custom cover that fits without davits, thristy-mate bilge pump, Shaw and Tenney oars.
- Kato Marine, Bay II davits, new 2009.
- 2 spare alternators
- Trident solenoid shut-off switch.
- Two automatic bilge pumps-Rule 1500 & Rule 2000.
- Whale manual cockpit bilge pump.
- Spare pump for Levac head (new 2012, never used).
- Spare macerator pump for holding tank (new 2012, never used).
- Two sets of drop boards with screens.
- Fire extinguishers, type III life jackets, fenders, new docklines, two boathooks.
- Two SOSpenders auto-inflating life vests with built-in harness, ACR strobe light, whistle.
- Two tethers.
- Two harnesses with tethers.
- Approximately 20 full-sized NOAA charts, Boston MA to Passamaquoddy Bay, ME.
- ACR 406 MHz category II EPIRB.
- 3 fire extinguishers.
- Horn, bell, flares.
- Ratlines on starboard shrouds.
- Two cabin hatches, rebuilt.
- Two lazarette hatches.
- Varnished mahogany drop-leaf dining table, portable.
- Exclusions: tools and personal items.
RECENT UPGRADES & IMPROVEMENTS TO ADELINA:
- Completely rebuilt engine by Hanson Marine in 1997.
- New Hurth transmission in 2009.
- Rewired entire vessel with new wiring in 1997, and new circuit breaker panel installed in 2004; installed new brass cabin lights.
- Installed 1000 watt inverter (2009).
- Rebuilt Ideal electric anchor windlass in 2000.
- Refinished fiberglass over plywood decks in 1998.
- Rebedded stanchions (2010).
- New sails bought in 1998.
- New Furlex roller furling system.
- New club-footed staysail added.
- New aluminum diesel tanks, installed in 1999.
- New Sounddown insulation added to engine compartment.
- Redesigned entire engine space.
- New engine controls.
- New Dodger, bimini, sailcovers and canvas
- New 5” interior berth cushions.
- New Levac head, holding tank, holding tank monitor, macerator pump (2009).
- New countertop, sink, pressurized water, faucet, cabinet in head (2009).
- Pressurized water, new faucet in galley (2009).
- New bilge pumps.
- New bilge pump auto-off-on switches (2010).
- Installed new electronics (see electronics list).
- Wooded and refinished Sitka spruce spars (rebuilt main mast).
- Replaced running rigging where needed (2009, 2012).
- Rebuilt hatches, dorades.
- Installed Seafrost engine driven refrigeration in 1999.
- Refinished teak cabin sole and interior joinerwork.
- 2006 new fiberglass covering on cabin housetop with new handrails and new half-rounds.
- Installed two new 10 lb propane tanks and solenoid valve in vented, approved box in 2010.
- Raymarine Lifetag MOB system installed (2012).
COMMENTS: ADELINA (EX: SILVER HAWK, EX: ADELINA CHICHESTER) is a custom designed and built 40´ “Bud” McIntosh double headsail ketch, completed in 1973. Most people who know ADELINA believe that she was the prettiest McIntosh ever designed showing a fine sheer and wonderful seakindly sailing characteristics. Additionally, she has now been transformed into a “yacht” sporting varnished spars, varnished mahogany exterior trim, after initially being finished of painted surfaces. Her present owner has upgraded, renewed or refinished almost all systems and surfaces on this vessel with nothing much left for a new owner to do. Her engine has been rebuilt, she has been rewired, new electronics and sails, new refrigeration, new canvas and cushions, new tanks and much more. She is capable of taking her new owner offshore to any distant shore. Please call for an inspection to see this exceptional Bud McIntosh ketch.
Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed. Specifications are provided for information purposes. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. Vessel subject to sale, price and inventory changes, and withdrawal from market without notice.