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    39' Joel White Gaff Rig Ketch

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    ID 1328 REF ck Length: 39' Year: 1981 Location: Maine Price: $72,000
    Hull Material: Wood Number of Engines: 1 Total HP: 32 Fuel Type: Diesel
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    39' Joel White Gaff Rig Ketch - SOLD

    Built by the Brooklin Boat Yard in 1981, Alisande is a beautiful gaff rigged wooden ketch, with a rounded bow, round bilge full keel and transom stern. Her hull is constructed of carvel planked cedar over steam bent oak frames. The decks are marine plywood with a Dynel overlay. She has a long trunk cabin with aft cockpit. Alisande spars are constructed of glued sitka spruce, the main mast is stepped through the deck and sits on the horn timber. The mizzenmast is stepped through the cockpit and lands on a mast step on top of the horn timber. The chain plates pass through the deck and are bolted through the hull. Auxiliary power is provided by a four cylinder diesel.

    Builder: Joel White
    Designer: William Hand/ Joel White
    Dimensions

    LOA: 39'
    LWL: 31'0"
    Beam: 10'2"
    Displacement: 18,000
    Draft: 5'2"
    Ballast: 5,600

    Engines

    Engine(s): Universal
    Engine(s) HP: 32
    Engine Model: 5432
    Cruising Speed: 5
    Max Speed: 6
    Tankage

    Fuel: 45
    Water: 56
    Holding: 30

    Vessel walk through
    Through the companionway you enter into the galley. To starboard is the Adler-Barbour refrigeration and galley sink with draws and storage cabinets. To port is the two burner LP stove/oven, surrounded by a nicely polished stainless steel shroud, behind which is storage for pots and pans. You will find the main cabin to be very spacious and light with beautiful butternut trim work. Just forward of the ship?s galley, to port and starboard are settees, with stainless steel water tanks below and shelves and lockers above. There are two swing down Concordia style berths with leacloths that fold down over both settees. Forward of the starboard settee is a bulkhead-mounted table, when folded down reveals additional shelves and the ship?s office. Continuing forward is a comfortable sized head with plenty of storage inside cabinets. Opposite the head to port is a hanging locker. In the forward cabin is a v-berth with filler pieces and anchor rode storage.


    Construction
    Alisande's hull is constructed of carvel planked cedar over steam bent 1.5" x 2" oak frames on 11" centers. The decks are marine plywood with a Dynel overlay. She has a long trunk cabin with aft cockpit. Alisande spars are constructed of glued sitka spruce, the main mast is stepped through the deck and sits on the horn timber. The mizzenmast is stepped through the cockpit and lands on a mast step on top of the horn timber. The chain plates pass through the deck and are bolted through the hull. Auxiliary power is provided by a four cylinder diesel.


    Electronics/Electrical/ Navigation Equipment
    (2) 4" Ritchie Spherical Compass
    VHF Radio
    Depth Sounder
    Autohelm ST4000
    Ships clock
    Barometer
    12DC
    120VAC (dockside)

    Rigging and Sail Inventory
    Alisande is ketch rigged with all spars being of glued sitka spruce, professionally varnished.. Standing rigging is 7 x 19 stainless steel wire with spliced ends and hounds. Running rigging is 3 strand Dacron. Sheets are both samson braid and dacron. All blocks are wood construction, also professionally varnished.
    Main Sail (3 reef points)
    Mizzen Sail
    Staysail
    Working Jib
    Storm Jib
    Drifter

    Hull Deck and Ground Tackle
    Under the boat?s current ownership, Alisande has had an aggressive hull refastening program having had all hull fasteners replaced within the past 2 years. Custom made bronze stanchion bases allow for the removal of the lifelines should they be in the way. A ground tackle inventory can be found below
    35# CQR Plow
    65# Yachtsman
    75# Yachtsman
    100# Yachtsman

    Additional Equipment
    Manual bilge pump in cockpit
    USCG Safety package
    Fenders w/ fleece covers
    Spare Tiller
    Pressure hot and Cold Water
    Manual Rule Bilge pump
    Automatic Bilge pump
    Lifesling

    Broker's Notes
    Named after a pretty but somewhat flighty damsel character in Mark Twain?s novel ?A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur?s Court.? Allisande has appeared on the cover of Downeast Magizine, in a Discovery Channel documentary on wooden boats, and also has a chapter written about her in the book "Joel White-Boatbuilder, Designer, Sailor" Alisande is a well balanced Ketch rig and a very dry boat. She has had two owners, the first had the builder maintain her under his ownership, the second was an accomplished boat builder also and master carpenter capable of keeping her up to the same high standards that she received at Brookline Boat Yard. She shows well, and comes highly recommend.

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    Disclaimer: ALL DETAILS BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT BUT WITHOUT GUARANTEE - VESSEL OFFERED, AS IS, WHERE IS, SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE, PRICE CHANGE, OR WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE

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