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1934  1934 Pilothouse Motorsailer William Hand Jr located in Maine for sale

56' 1934 Pilothouse Motorsailer William Hand Jr



Year
Length
Beam
Draft
Location
Price
1934
56'
14'5'
7'5'
Maine
$175,000

Description:
** THE ORIGINAL LISTING AGENT IS JOHN KAISER of Yacht View Brokerage **

Description:
GUILDIVE has had an impressive history starting with her build on Coney Island, NY at the Wheeler Shipyard in 1934, originally given the name RESTLESS. She was built to William Hand Jr.'s design who is recognized as one of the most respected yacht designer of the 20th century. She was first under the ownership of a well known politician and businessman from Long Island. She spent much of her early life in the waters of Long Island, New York Harbor, and New Jersey. After a few owners she was taken into the WWII coastal picket force and used as a patrol vessel along the New Jersey and Long Island shores. A few pieces from that time are still shown on the boat. She returned to private ownership and was taken to Marblehead. After her time in New England she was sold and brought to the Caribbean. The owners were one of the first people in the Caribbean to offer charters in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Many of her past guests and crew still remember her down there. Sold in 1980, an extensive 8 year refit in Puerto Rico was completed and they continued to own her for a total of 30 years. The vessel, at that time, cruised the coast of the United States and Canada and was well outfitted for cruising and double handed sailing. Presently GUILDIVE is used as a day and overnight charter business along the east coast ranging from the Chesapeake Bay to the Penobscot Bay, Maine.

**** MANY MORE PICTURES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST **
Specs:

Boat Name: GUILDIVE

Builder: Wheeler Shipyard, Brooklyn NY 1934

Designer: William Hand and R.O. Davis

Keel: Full

Dimensions:

LOA: 56

Beam: 14 5

LWL: 51

Max Draft: 7 5

Displacement: 46 Tons

Net Tons: 22 Tons

Bridge Clearance: 64 5
Engine, Generator, Propulsion:

Engine: Detroit Diesel 4-71

Engine Hours: Post engine rebuild in 2015, 100 hours

Engine Power: 140 Horse Power

Cruising Speed: 6 Knots
Tanks:
Fuel: 600 Gallons in 4 isolated tanks
Water: 200 Gallons

Equipment:
Accommodations:

Forward Cabin: 1 Double berth, 3 Single berths

Mid-ships cabin: 2 Single berths, Galley Table converts to Double bunk

Aft Cabin: 1 Double Berth, 1 Single berth

Tanks:
Fuel: 600 Gallons in 4 isolated tanks
Water: 200 Gallons
Accommodations:
Forward Cabin: 1 Double berth, 3 Single berths
Mid-ships cabin: 2 Single berths, Galley Table converts to Double bunk
Aft Cabin: 1 Double Berth, 1 Single berth
Heads: 3 total. 2 with Natures Head composting toilets, 1 with holding tank.
Forward head has a shower with a GROHE sink and shower faucet.
Heating: 2 Reflex Diesel Heaters, large one in main Cabin and small one in Owners Cabin
Galley:
Solid slate deep basin sink with both pressurized water and foot pump
Open top refrigerator/ Freezer
4-burner Force 10 propane stove (propane kept on deck in a dedicated locker with solenoid switch)
Ample storage with original William Hand designed drying racks
Deck and Pilothouse:
Deck: Teak, 3/8 teak applied over 3 layers of sub plywood deck
Deck Seams: Teak Decking systems, redone in 2010
Helm: original to the vessel
Compass: Kelvin White
Pilothouse curtains: new in 2010 with full length vinyl inserts

The electronics and navigation equipment are as follows:
Raytheon Radar
Horizon Depth Sounder
Airmar weather station (new 2012)
Maretron Display (new 2012)
AIS Receiver (new 2011)
ICOM VHF Radio with Repeater Speaker (New 2011)

Sails and Rigging:
Sail Area: approx 1800 sq ft, all sails
Sail plan: All sails heavily constructed with 9oz Dacron cloth
Main, new in 2012
Mizzen, new in 2013
Staysl, new in 2014
Genoa, new in 2012
Asymmetrical Spinnaker
Storm Trysail
Storm Jib
Headsails are rolled on Shaffer furlers
Main and Mizzen slide along Tides Marine low friction tracks

Rigging: 1 x 19 stainless wire
Masts and booms: Sitka Spruce, painted in tradition of William Hand Design
Sail handling equipment: The sheets are controlled by 5 bronze self tailing Barient winches while the 4 halyards are bronze reel-winches.
Mechanical and Electrical:

GUILDIVE's machinery, batteries and fuel tankage is located below the pilothouse where there is ample space for tools, spares, lubricants and miscellany storage. The overall dimensions are 12' X 16' with 2 hatch accesses.



Engine: Detroit Diesel 4-71

Engine Hours: Post engine rebuild in 2015, 100 hours

Engine Power: 140 Horse Power

Generator: 10kw Isuzu QD-27, 2-cylinder engine with a Lima SN series

Generator Hours: 2100

Propeller: 3 Blade 32 Luke



Fuel: 600 Gallons in 4 isolated tanks, port/stbd fuel fills with no corrosion or rust



Fuel is supplied to both generator and main engine through Racor fuel filters before the engine mounted primary fuel filters. Propulsion is transferred via the Capitol Marine Gear 3:1 reduction gearbox to the 2" stainless Aquamet 22 main shaft with a 32X28 full feathering Luke propeller. The shaft linkage is made up of a primary shaft and a stump shaft to allow in-water service of the propeller. The Luke propeller is well matched to manage GUILDIVEs 46ton displacement and offers ample power in forward and reverse through all tide, current and sea conditions.

**CONTACT**

Glenn Schroeder

Barnegat Bay Yacht Brokerage

609-312-8263

HeartsDesire1925@gmail.com

Location: Castine, Maine
L89135
609-312-8263

Material
Hull
Type
Rigging
Cabins
Condition
wood
monohull
motorsailer
ketch
excellent

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 1934 Pilothouse Motorsailer William Hand Jr

 1934 Pilothouse Motorsailer William Hand Jr

 1934 Pilothouse Motorsailer William Hand Jr

 1934 Pilothouse Motorsailer William Hand Jr

 1934 Pilothouse Motorsailer William Hand Jr

 1934 Pilothouse Motorsailer William Hand Jr

 1934 Pilothouse Motorsailer William Hand Jr

 1934 Pilothouse Motorsailer William Hand Jr

 1934 Pilothouse Motorsailer William Hand Jr

 1934 Pilothouse Motorsailer William Hand Jr

 1934 Pilothouse Motorsailer William Hand Jr

 1934 Pilothouse Motorsailer William Hand Jr

 1934 Pilothouse Motorsailer William Hand Jr

 1934 Pilothouse Motorsailer William Hand Jr

 1934 Pilothouse Motorsailer William Hand Jr

 1934 Pilothouse Motorsailer William Hand Jr



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