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38' 2002 Colonial Schooner Replica Caledonian***SOLD***

Type: Sailboat
Year: 2002
Make: Colonial Schooner Replica
Model: Caledonian***SOLD***
Length: 38'
Status: Sold
Price: $ 30,000
Location: Kingston
Date Posted: 2015-04-22
Broker Email: andre@torontoyachtsales.com

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Schooner For Sale

Location: Kingston, Ontario

Broker: Adrian Philpot 613 985 3600 or adrian@kingstonyachtsales.com




BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY!  This half scale Colonial Schooner replica brought in $20,000 in income last year through re-enactments and tours.  Here is a chance to make sailing your business!

Immediately after the 1763 end of the Seven Years War in which England became the owner of French Canada, the English experienced a rash of smuggling in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.  The “Commander in Chief of His Majesty’s Ships and Navel Vessels in North America” had in his assigned territory that ran from the St. Lawrence River in the north to the Bahamas in the south. His twin duties were (1) enforcing the customs laws and (2) providing English navel superiority. In 1763 he had no more than six vessels in his command!

In January 1764, to remedy the problem of only six ships to patrol the entire east coast of America, the Lords of the Admiralty ordered the Navy Board to obtain six schooners – “Marbelhead” class of schooners.  The name “Marblehead” is generally accepted today as indicating ships of fast sailing abilities built in Essex County, Massachusetts. Other ships of that general design could be built elsewhere and be called “Marblehead schooners. The letters concerning the purchase of these six ships indicate that three of them were built in Halifax.

These vessels were designed as packet ships and patrol vessels and used in the mid 1700’s.  This replica Marblehead Schooner has all the items to make her look authentic but with the added luxuries of a Yanmar Diesel and a chartplotter!  She was built in Rockport Maine by Dr. Alan May using Carvel Plank Pine on white oak frames.  She is decked in white cedar and uses Sitka Spruce for mast to ensure she is traditional.



Please note shipping can be arranged to anywhere!


Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name

Keel: Full

LOA: 38 ft 0 in
Beam: 8 ft 6 in
Length on Deck: 28 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 10 in
Displacement: 14000 lbs

General Construction
Custom built in Rockport Maine – 2003-Carvel planked / 1 in. pine over sawn oak frames plus 1/2in. mahogany/ copper fastened
-5000 lb. lead / bronze keel bolts, floor braces, through hulls, knees, strapping
-bronze propeller and protective guard, bronze pintels and gudgeons on out board rudder
-1 inch cedar decking/ Angelique taff-rail and gratings / mahogany transom
-all hardware bronze and or stainless
Yanmar dieselCooling – Fresh water cooledHp – 27hrs – approx 1000
On Deck
-all bronze rigging mounts, tangs, chain-plates, bobstay bridle, etc
-bronze cowl vents fore and aft
-two 50 lb. Herreshoff fisherman type anchors / one 35 lb. genuine CQR. Plow anchor
-one 150 ft. 5/8 in. nylon anchor rode with 25 ft. 5/16 chain lead spliced in
-one spare 150 ft. 5/8 nylon anchor road
-one approx. 60 ft. 1 in. nylon tow rope
-7 fenders
-3 deck cushions
-3 wood barrels
-one wooden faux “quaker” cannon swivel mounted
-one boarding ladder with starboard bronze mounts on deck
-one 10 in solid bronze bell, belfry mounted
-one small trickle charging solar panel
-one solar stern mounted anchor light with extra globe
-2 used canvas boat cover tarps for winter storage
-one 24 in. orange life ring with 50 ft. poly life line
-two amid ship ½ breast lines and two sets of nettings rigged below lines
-one tube type radar reflector
-1 spare plastic 5 gal. diesel jerry can
-mahogany tiller
-five 5/8” dock lines various lengths
-engine controls and instrument panel under cockpit bridge grating
-one cockpit operated manual bilge pump
-one 8 ft. puffin dinghy with bronze oarlocks and one set of oars
-one pike pole(gaff)
Below deck
-fuel tanks port and starboard marked and labeled,
-vetus exhaust line with muffler
-bronze cockpit drain through hulls
(galley area)
-companion way leeboards / framed screen door / mahogany entrance ladder
-two burner alcohol stove
-two wood counter storage bins
-galley sink with holding tank and all hoses etc. /brass hand pump and foot pump
-brass clock, barometer and coat of arms inclinometer
-flare gun and old flares
-basic first aid kit
-set of plastic dishes
-set of emergency wooden bung plugs of various sizes
(amid ships)
– 4 berth mattresses of high density foam with covers
-two plastic water bladders under port and starboard bunks amid-ship
-3 stowage nettings
-two book shelves
-small table with two coolers built in
-2 berth mattresses with covers
-2 stowage nets
-head with holding tank, all piping and sea cocks etc.
-focs’le hanging ladder
-lee boards and separate screen for focs’le entrance
-rope and chain locker right forward
-2 fire extinguishers
-solar shower
-6 life vests
-Icom Vhf. Radio, mast head mounted antennae
-Simrad depth sounder with hull mounted transducer
-Ritchie power damp lighted compass
-one external Vhf. Radio microphone
-12 volt search light
-electric bilge pump
-12 volt 3 way battery switch
-electrical panel with breakers (not fuses) in enclosed cabinet
-12 volt galley and cabin lights
-12 volt accessory plug focs’le cabin top to port
-12 volt running lights, masthead and stern
Sails and Rigging
Sails and Rigging
-masts are hollow laminated sitka spruce
-spars appear to be fir with leather bound gaff jaws
-wood mast hoops
-primarily rope strapped blocks with bronze roller sheaves
-Roblon (Dacron) running rigging, sheets and halyards
-Roblon 8 0z. sails, main, fore and jib with reefing points
-1×19 stainless shrouds and forestays
-bronze strapped lignum vitae deadeyes
-sail bags and covers for all sails
-3 spare blocks, misc. shackles, 3/8 inch 3 part handbilly

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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