Vetus M3.09 24hp Diesel inboard motor
Plastic diesel fuel tank approx. 18 gal.
Wheel steering, with motor controls
Domestic Portable Toilet
Propane two burner stainless steel stove with grill.
Sink manual faucet supplied by a PVC freshwater tank approximately 20 gal.
Battery tender 110 vac
Shore power cord 50 ft
Two Battery with room for one more.
Some safety items
Upgrades / Additional Equip
Diesel Motor Vetus M3.09 24hp - Rebuilt 2018, engine failure due to loss of oil through cracked oil pressure switch fitting, one piston rod seized. Note since rebuild motor has been used for three trips to and from Hyde Park, NY and Block Island, IR. This trip has many days of motoring due to low winds conditions in August.
New motor mounts and realigned motor.
New alternator 2020
Relocated motor control panel so it is visible and can be monitored.
Germen echo 44DV GPS Chart-potter & Fish finder
Installed wheel steering stops
New electrical fuse panel, battery selector switch, 12-volt outlets, main terminal blocks
LED Navigation lights
Installed anchor light
New Sump pump
Radio with blue tooth
Rudder bushing replaced with Teflon. Much longer and thicker.
Repacked rudder and drive shaft packing glans.
Replaced cutlass bearing
New hatch cover.
Recovered backrest on settees
Mainsail in good working order and comes with a sail cover
Foresail roller furling is approximately 150% and whisker pole
Storm Sail I have not used.
We have all the equipment (life jackets, anchors, bumpers)
Note the V-berth, quarter berth and cockpit cushions are in storage, not shown in pictures.
Force 9.9 outboard 2 stroke needs work, low compression and water pump has not been started since 2012
Current Issues (Know)
Motor control alarm panel board needs to be replaced, I installed secondary oil pressure alarm.
Motor air cover is broken but sites on inlet pipe and has been this way since I got it.
Fuel level gauge dose not read correctly. I use a dip stick to check level.
The exterior deck will need to be painted soon. I have removed old items mounted to the deck and removed old instruments as well, so these spots will need to be patched.
The inside of the sailboat is very dry however on the Port side we have an occasional leak on the handrail.
The propane stove needs wood trim installed to finish it off.
The sailboat is from the Hudson River and has saltwater bottom paint which is now worn out/off however if the sailboat is kept on the Hudson River bottom paint is not needed but helpful.