William Hand powerboats for sale by owner.
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Engine - Fuel Type: Single - Gas - Petrol
Originally A Motorsailer
Located In: San Rafael, CA
Hull Material: Cold molded & fiberglassed over original hull
DON'T MISS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO STEP BACK IN TIME ON A VERY UNIQUE VESSEL OFFERING MODERN & COMFORTABLE LUXURIES
BARQUITO has undergone a major restoration over the last four years by the current owner at a cost of over $85,000
The hull was completely restored using cold molding techniques which entailed Five layers of Western Red Cedar with a final layer of fiberglass. This process ensures that Barquito will be cruising for many more decades to come and alleviates the typical maintenance issues associated with wooden vessels.
You will not find another vessel on the market this vintage still cruising the waters today with a Tiled shower, fresh water VacuFlush head system, Custom High Gloss Cabinetry and new flooring.
"BARQUITO" was designed by William Hand Jr., who is considered to be the greatest designer of motorsailers from the late 1800's to early 1900's era. "BARQUITO" was originally a motorsailer & can be made so again if her new owner wishes it!!
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Morton Johnson
Designer: William Hand
LOA: 44 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 0 in
Dry Weight: 40000 lbs
Engine Brand: Chrylsler
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine - Fuel Type: Gas - Petrol
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 Plastic (40 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: Plastic
Holding Tanks: 1 Plastic (30 Gallons)
Number of cabins: 1
Number of heads: 1
Shore power inlet
Barquito was designed by marine architect William Hand and built in 1917 by the Morton Johnson boatyard of Bay Head,New Jersey in 1917. After the Great War the boat then named Good Luck, was shipped by train to Portland, Oregon and sailed down the coast to San Francisco. She had a lovely life for many years until her gradual decline and change of ownership found her berthed in San Rafael and cared for by captain Willis Schroeder. He had owned her for 30 years before passing away. Four years later the vessel was purchased by her current owner and underwent a three year restoration.
The restoration included cold molding the hull with five layers of Western red Cedar and a final sixth layer of fiberglass. This will ensure Barquito's hull remains solid and seaworthy for several more decades. By using the cold molding process to restore the hull of Barquito the owner has also alleviated a lot of the maintenance associated with wood hulls. Which means much more time enjoying this classic yacht cruising the Beautiful waters of Northern California. Originally designed as a "Motorsailor" the current owner removed the main and mizzenmast. The masts are currently kept in storage and available with Barquito.
On the interior of this fine yacht the restoration process included:
Fully tiled shower
Custom built High Gloss Cabinetry throughout
New Vacuflush Head system,
Queen size Bed
L Shaped Dinette
Wood Burning Heater
MORE PICTURES UPON REQUEST
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Thank you, Glenn Schroeder. Located in San Rafael California.|
Contact Number: 609-312-8263
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|This 80-year-old classic 63 foot William Hand designed motorsailer is in excellent condition, having undergone a complete renovation between 2007 and 2010. Originally built in 1933 by Hodgdon Brothers of East Boothbay, Maine. Planked with long leaf yellow pine on oak frames with oak stem, keel, and floor timbers. Her wheelhouse, skylights, companionways and cabin posts are teak as is the double-planked transom. The interior of the wheelhouse is sheathed in varnished teak and the fact that she is a Hodgdon boat contributes to her longevity. She is in impeccable condition and professionally maintained by Strout's Point Wharf Company.
She sleeps up to ten people comfortably and quietly. At full speed the engine is more a rumble than a roar. She has wide unencumbered teak decks and is built to take to sea for a smooth and sea-kindly motion.. Located in Freeport Maine.|
Contact Number: (207) 236-9651
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