31' Mariner Ketch Major Refit 2020 to 2024 – Beta 25 HP For Sale

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ID 2262 REF h1 Length: 31' Year: 1971 Location: Maine Price: $47,500
Hull Material: Fiberglass Total HP: 25
31' Mariner Ketch Major Refit 2020 to 2024 - Beta 25 HP For Sale $55,000. Price Reduced to $47,500.

31' Mariner Ketch 1971 - Refit and Restoration May 2020 to May 2024.  

Restoration inside heated building.

Solid fiberglass hull

Internal ballast encapsulated in keel, fiberglassed in.

Moveable ballast 450 lbs of lead net weights in 15 lb nylon bags secured.

Hull is insulated with 1/2" foam core glued to inside of hull, from rail to bilge, no sweating, some insulation value.

All Decks, cabin tops, sides were covered with fiberglass finish cloth and West System epoxy resin with paint coatings to finish. Sampson posts removed, Foredeck replaced and fiberglassed

Decks are non-skid.

All hardware, hatches, portlights, railings, bowsprit, teak trim bedded and sealed with either 3M 5200 or 4200

All Teak toe and rub rails, coamings, trim, refinished, varnished, then painted with Epiphanes single part epoxy paint. 

Companionway Teak and Mahogany foredeck hatch are varnished

New polished stainless port window trims $1,450

New opening bronze portlights with screens

Large opening bronze portlight installed at galley sink facing aft into cockpit w screen $400.

Cockpit completely removed and reframed with pressure treated southern yellow pine, 3/4 marine plywood deck and covers, fiberglassed with finish cloth and West System epoxy

All hardware removed and rebedded with 3M 4200

Hull faired and filled, painted with Epiphanes single part epoxy for ease of renewing. 

Dorade boxes fiberglassed and faired into deck

Bronze base screw in Cowl Vents

New 22 x 22 Mahogany Deck Hatch with 1/2" smoked Lexan w custom canvas cover

External insulated icebox on deck for loading block ice vented to separate icebox in galley, both have drains.

Interior Mahogany trim varnished.

Stainless lined slide in space for galley stove, currently used as extra storage space for tools and galley stuff


New lifelines 1/4" stainless with Hayn fittings and turnbuckles $1,800

All Bronze and Stainless Hardware either renewed or replaced.

New Laminated Douglas Fir bowsprit

Stainless and Teak Bow Pulpit

Sampson Posts removed -

Mooring / Anchoring now use oversize Herreshoff Bronze Cleats on foredeck

Lofrans manual anchor windlass

Anchor fast Delta 22# with 70' Acco 5/16" high test chain and 100' 3/4 nylon rode

Double custom stainless bow rollers

Anchor fast Delta 22# stern anchor with chain and nylon rode

Bronze towing cleat and chock midship aft deck

ENGINE (20 hours since new)

New Beta 25HP diesel engine installed  $10,800

Single lever engine control

75 amp alternator upgrade

8" high rise exhaust elbow

Upgraded engine panel

Beta 25hp w TMC40 2:1

Fiber glassed engine beds 

New Bronze Stuffing box (shaft seal) 

New 1 1/8" Drive shaft stainless steel  $724

New 3 blade propeller 14 x 9 RH (Michican Dyna-Jet Bronze) 

Drive saver

Vetus water lift muffler

New 2" Exhaust hose

New bronze cooling water T-hull, valve and strainer, and hoses

Cooling water via bronze vacuum break to exhaust 8" riser

Vacuum break is vented via 1/2" hose to through hull fitting aft stbd side for visual on water pump output


Fuel tank custom 1/4" alum plate 30 gal by Clark Island Boats Works $900.

All new fuel fittings and hoses

Racor Fuel water separator with shut off valves

Inline electric fuel pump for ease of bleeding engine fuel system after filter changes


Mahogany spoked wheel

Bronze Worm Drive steering gear behind wheel

Rudder shaft stuffing box, new hose boot, clamps and packing


New Sails by Bohndel, Rockport, Maine

Genoa 135 - Mitre Cut using Challenge 7.45 oz. Dacron, foam luff and Weathermax sunshield for $2700.00.

Mainsail - Challenge Newport 7.45 oz. Dacron, cross cut, 2 reefs, 2 full +2 partial $1,900.  battens, and sail bag  $1,900.

Mizzen - Challenge Newport 7.45 oz. Dacron, cross cut, 1 reefs, 2 full +2 partial $1,100.New blocks for running rigging

Sail covers $2,500.


Main mast (height 35' from deck step) replaced with modified alum mast from an Ericson 34. Single spreaders, masthead sheaves and hardware in very good condition. Single winch for main halyard. Has Douglass Fir under deck to keel mast support

Mizzen mast (24' from deck step) is the original box laminated mast with single spreaders. Completely refurbished. Mizzen base support is 6"x6" pressure treated framed in under deck support.

RIGGING by Weymouth Yacht Rigging

Furlex 204S Furler

New Running rigging dacron 

New Standing rigging 1x19 1/4" with Hayn fittings $9,900.

New 5/16 Bob Stay with 5/8 forged stainless steel eyebolt through bolted to stem above waterline

Dynema 1/4" Triatic Stay

Dynema/dacron Mizzen running back stays

Upgraded blocks added to sail tracks.

Bronze sail tracks refastened with new bronze screws.

Masthead wind vane


Boat completely rewired

New DC Panel with 20 Breakers Paneltronics $500

2 new Group 27 Marine Deep Cycle batteries

Guest ProCharge 2 bank battery charger


Icom VHF

10" Chart Plotter with new antenna

Raynav Depth Sounder

Ritchie HB 740 Compass


Water system all new hoses, faucets, water pump and upsized pressure tank

6 gal hot water heater using engine heat with elect option available


Head with new Rairtan PHII toilet direct to tank only, Moeller 12 Gal plastic holding tank with all new hoses with Y V-valves options for deck pump out or offshore overboard discharge

Shur-flow Macerator Pump to overboard discharge only.

Head sink and discharge T-hull and valves are bronze


2000 GPH Elect bilge pump

500 GPH elect bilge pump

Throwable life ring (not new) and 60+ ft of floatrope

2 Fire extinguishers


New Sunbrella covers for the Steering Wheel, Hatch Cover, Companionway Cover $1,500.

Brass or stainless interior lighting fixtures

New fenders

New 5/8 nylon Docklines x 4

Everything is either new or refurbished. Some pricing mentioned, but all prices are trade discounted not retail. Approximately $60,000. was spent on Engine, Sails, rigging, equipment, parts and supplies. Owner has logbook detailed with 2000+ hours hands on restoration. Hundreds of hours in research, parts ordering and so on.

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