LOA 37 LOD 34 LWL 29 Beam 114 Yr. Built 1969 on the paperwork (really about 1960)
Engine 6-354 Perkins diesel 100 HP
Enough power to always get herself off a grounding but the efficient hull design means the use of as little as 1 gallon an hour.
g Borg Warner 2/1 transmission. 24 Max (self-feathering) Prop. Steel grounding keel .
USCG Documented Vessel
Solid V-berth forward, aft bunk with desk, settees midship, dual sink galley with cold plate refer/freezer, Skipper head, hot shower, bath sink and lots of storage. Floors open easily for incredible bilge access. Cast lead internal ballast along with cast steel external ballast. Steel rudder with diamond shaped holes for no-drag steering. Under power she is very maneuverable and will turn around in her own length making her easy to dock.
Construction: Teak topsides, deckhouse, dodger, bulwarks, decks, spindles and railings. The teak plank deck has a urethane membrane surface poured over it, very tough and easy to care for. Yacal bottom planking (very hard, practically toredo shipworm proof), huge frames and simple, solid and short spars, bronze fastened. She is overbuilt by Western standards, like a brick, and very stiff. Interior is a collection of fine woods including Heart pine, walnut, cherry, redwood , juniper etc. all bronze fastened. There is no plywood aboard, just solid timber, probably the only wood cruising boat like this anywhere in the world. Cabin top swim ladder is handy for that afternoon dip and the mainmast has a tabernacle so all three masts can be on the deck in an hour. This is a very different wood boat from the wood boats that you are familiar with. Because she is heavily built, she does not work and any little thing that might not be perfect does not affect her strength. This is the opposite of an old Western built wood boat where maintenance on the hull alone can be a recurring.
CONCUBINE has huge stainless water (275g) and fuel tanks (220g), air conditioning, a diesel generator, power inverter/battery charger, dual sinks, refer