Flush-deck designs are uncommon these days but they have a lot of merit: lots of flat, unobstructed deck space and added interior volume.
The Yorktown 39 is a very accomplished design and this one was heavily built and equipped for a trans-Atlantic crossing.
The cutter rig is simple and provides for easy sail reduction when the wind pipes-up.
This is a beautifully appointed, serious cruising boat that is ready, with some preparation, to go anywhere.
Blue fibreglass hull, white boottop and copper bottom paint; flush deck; white non-skid deck (professionally painted 2016); long fin keel with skeg supported rudder; bow & stern pulpits; double lifelines; 2 gates; 11 opening ports; 2 hatches; Dodger (needs replacement); awning; Edson wheel steering; 5.5’ self-bailing cockpit.
The yacht sleeps 6 and she has 6’2” headroom. Vee berth stateroom forward with bureau and hanging lockers to starboard; enclosed head to port with sink, vanity, shower and a manual Wilcox Crittenden ‘Skipper’ marine toilet connected to a holding tank with ‘Y’ valve. The main cabin has a dinette to port and a settee to starboard with a back that lifts to make upper and lower berths; the galley is aft to port with a navigation station to starboard. The engine-room separates the main cabin from the aft- cabin which has a double berth, a counter with a sink and four large drawers under the bunk for storage. It is also heated by the Webasto central heating system. It is possible to pass from the main cabin to the aft cabin through the engine room.
The galley has a 3 burner LPG stove with oven; large front-opening fridge in the galley and a freezer under the aft settee in the main cabin cooled by holding-plate type refrigeration with the compressor run by the engine; stainless steel sink and much counter and locker space.
The interior is finished to a high standard in solid mahogany bulkheads, furnishings and, trim; wood headliner; beige fabric upholstery; gray carpeted cabin sole; blue ceramic tile galley and head vanity counters and back-spash; Webasto hot-air heating system; the yacht has a 130 gallon hot water capacity in aluminum tanks; there is hot and cold pressure water serving the head and galley sinks and the shower.
2009 NANNI 37 HP, 4 cylinder, fresh-water cooled marine diesel engine; hour meter; 70 US gallon aluminum fuel tank providing a range of about 300 miles; 6 kt. cruising speed.
The yacht has both a 12 volt DC and a 110 volt AC system. The former is supplied by an alternator on the engine through a selector switch to 4 lead-acid batteries. The 110 volt system is supplied by shore-power connection; a 50’, 30 amp cord. The yacht has a full complement of interior and navigation lights.
Aluminum mast and boom; stainless steel standing rigging; 8 winches total by Barlow and Ronstadt; 2 winch handles; boom vang; topping lift; flag halyard; snatch blocks; Roller Furling gear; main sheet traveller.
#1 Genoa; #2 Genoa; Jib; Staysail; 2 mainsails all of Dacron.
Icom M5 VHF; Icom Single Sideband radiotelephone; compass mounted on wheel pedestal; Autohelm #3000 autopilot; Sitex depth sounder; Furuno Radar (not working but it may be repairable); AM/FM stereo.
CQR anchor with 100’ of chain & 300’ of nylon rode; anchor windless; electric & manual bilge pumps; steel cradle; 4 dock lines; 3 fenders; fender board; 2 boat hooks; fire extinguisher; 4 life preservers; life ring; horn; cockpit cushions; swim ladder; screens; clock; barometer; kerosene lamp; dishes & cutlery.
130 Marina Rd, Suite 202
PO Box 546
CHESTER, NS B0J 1J0