At Ease Hull 17
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HIN: OEY350170786 more photos
Hull Laid: July 1986
Ocean Eagle Yachts, Taiwan
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For sale: YachtWorld

Owner Bought Sold Boat's Name Home Port
WILLIAM LEE (BILL) MARTIN AND SHRILEY At Ease Ocean Springs, MS
VIRGINIA MARTIN REV TST DTD 4/26/99 Abishag

Dimensions

  • LOA: 42 ft 10 in
  • Beam: 11 ft 10 in
  • LWL: 31 ft 4 in
  • Length on Deck: 36 ft 0 in
  • Maximum Draft: 5 ft 3 in
  • Displacement: 20500 lbs
  • Ballast: 7000 lbs
  • Bridge Clearance: 54 ft 6 in

Engines

  • 1986 44 HP Yanmar 4JHE (1800 hours)
  • 3 blade propeller

Tanks

  • Fresh Water Tanks: 2 Stainless steel (60 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 1 Stainless steel (80 Gallons)
  • Holding Tanks: 1 (40 Gallons)

INTERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS

  • HEAD FORWARD: Enclosed head with manual marine toilet and stand up shower stall - lined with ceramic tile. Raised sill door in aft bulkhead. Built-in counter top with sink and vanity - hot and cold pressure water service. Vented enclosed locker and drawers. Dressing mirror. Separate sump with teak grate. Overhead hatch with solar vent fan installed. Access to chain locker in forepeake
  • FORWARD PULLMAN BERTH: Located to port immediately aft of head. Privacy curtain. Drawer storage beneath. Shelving. Brass reading lights. Mirror on forward bulkead. Louvered door, double hanging locker opposite to starboard with shelf storage above.
  • MAIN SALON: Straight settees port and starboard. Storage behind and beneath settees. Starboard settee pulls out to form double berth. Shelving and cabinetry above and outboard settees. Centerline double-leaf dinnette serves both settees - seats 4. Storage beneath table. Overhead hatch. Varnished teak strip headliner. Burmese teak compression post with mast wiring conduit. Engine access provided beneath companionway steps, centerline aft in main salon.
  • GALLEY: Located to port at aft end of settee. Double centerline stainless steel sinks - hot and cold pressure water service. Storage beneath sinks. Drawer and cabinet storage for plates, cups, silverware and cooking utensiles. Domestic and raw water hand pumps. Two burner gimbaled Broadwater stainless steel propane stove and oven. 12v air and water cooled refrigeration.
  • NAV STATION: Loacated to starboard at forward end of settee. Faces forward with seating on the settee. Lift-top chart table with storage beneath. AC-DC electrical distribution panel. Instrument array panel.
  • PRIVATE AFT QUARTER CABIN: Located to starboard aft of settee. Solid privacy door. Double berth with storage beneath. Hanging locker. Shelving.
  • APPOINTMENTS AND AMENITIES: Luxurious yacht-quality varnished teak joinery throughout. Varnished teak and holly inlay cabin sole. White Formica sides in coach roof. 5000 btu Cruiseair hatch mounted air conditioning unit. Force 10 propane cabin heater.
  • ON DECK: Teak bowsprit. Twin foredeck cleats with closed chocks in bulwarks. Twin foredeck hawse pipes. Two stainless steel cowl vents with dorades - with stainless steel pipe guards screens and storm plates. 1-1/2 inch stainess steel bow and stern pulpits. Oversized stainless steel stanchions bedded to solid fiberglass with stainless steel backing plates. Double lifelines. Teak handrails and teak plank foot pads on cabin top. 1-1/2 inch stainless steel mast pulpits with pinrails. Stainless steel and teak boom gallows. Mid ship and stern cleats with fairleads. Stainless steel folding portable swim ladder.
  • IN THE COCKPIT: Hard dodger plus bimini with full enclosure. Stainless steel handrails on dodger. Steering pedestal with stainless steel rail guard. Teak trim destroyer wheel. Four cockpit drains.
  • GROUND TACKLE: Lofrans Tigress stainless steel windlass with remote control and rode counter. Primary anchor on starboard roller - 45# CQR with 200 ft 3/8" chain. Secondary anchor on port roller - #21 Fortress with 30 ft 7/16" chain and 300 ft 5/8" nylon rode. #16 Fortress with 10 ft chain and 100 ft nylon rode on stern pulpit.
  • SPARS AND RIGGING: Cutter rig. Sail area approx 785 sq ft. Mast ht approx 54'06".Kenyon aluminum mast and boom. Deck stepped mast with Burmese teak compression post. 1x19 stainless steel strand standing rigging. Oversized adjustable bobstay. Harken roller furling for yankee and staysail. Adjustable mainsheet traveler on cabin top. Four genoa tracks, two on cabin top and two on teak cap rails. Two # 28ST 2-speed Barient primaries. Two 21ST 2-speed winches on cabin top port and starboard. Triple-cam cleat on port cabin top. Double-cam cleat to starboard. Two #17ST 2-speed Barient secondary winches port and starboard in cockpit. SIngle #17ST 2-speed Barinet mast mounted winch. Spinnake pole mounted on mast.
  • SAILS: Main with 3 reefs - good condition. Yankee working jib. Staysail. Genoa-drifter.
  • AUXILIARY DIESEL: Yanmar (4JHE) 44hp, 4 cylinder, FWC diesel - Approx 1800 hrs since 2004 rebuild. Approx 6800 total hours. Racor primary fuel filters. Kanzaki KB20 3.28 to 1 reduction gear - rebuilt in 2003. 11" 3-blade bronze prop. 1-1/4 inch stainless steel shaft. PSS Dripless shaft seal. Low oil pressure and high temperature alarms.
  • TANKAGE: SIngle 80 gallon stainless steel diesel fuel tank located beneath quarter berth. Two 60 gallon stainless steel domestic water tanks located centerline beneath cabin sole. 40 gallon stainless steel holding tank located centerline beneath cabin sole. 8 gallon 110v hot water heater with engine heat exchanger.
  • PUMPS AND PLUMBING: 12v pressure domestic pressure water pump - hot and cold water service to head and galley. Two Rule 12v automatic submersible bile pumps. Manual bilge pump. Type III MSD system with manual discharge pump for holding tank. Separate shower sump pump. 12v raw water foredeck wash down pump. Echo-Tec 12v 6 gph watermaker. High water bilge alarm. Bronze sea cocks below waterline.
  • AC-DC ELECTRICAL: 110v-12v electrical distribution panel with master and individual breakers. 125v shore power receptacle. Shore power cord. Freedom 2000 inverter-battery charger located in port lazarette. Total of 5 batteries, includes four deep cycle house bank and one engine start battery. Battery switch. Battery combiner for charging. Balmar 70-110 high capacity engine mounted alternator with Balmar MaxCharge 612 voltage regulator. Xantrex Link 1000 monitor system. Two Sun Saver 10 12v solar panels mounted above bimini. KISS wind generator on separate mast on stern - requires new bearings.
  • COMMUNICATION AND NAVIGATION: Horizon Standard Intrepid VHF with RAM. ICOM M700 Pro SSB with auto tuner. SCS PTCIIex multimode Pactor modem. Hand held ICOM VHF. Pedestal mounted Ritchie Powerdamp compass. Raytheon RAY ST-70 below decks autopilot with ST6001 control. Raymarine ST-72 radar mounted in companionway. Raymarine ST-60 wind speed & direction, depth sounder and knot and speed log above companionway. Raymarine ST-60 multi-function repeater at nav station.
  • SAFETY AND SURVIVAL: Winslow 5-p[erson inflatable offshore life raft - new certification required. 406 EPIRB with emergency beacon. Class B EPIRB. Emergency tiller.
  • CONSTRUCTION: Hull is single piece solid molded hand laid fiberglass with internal flange. Deck is single piece molded hand laid fiberglass with internal flange. Deck and hull are bonded and thru-bolted on internal flanges. Raised bulwarks with teak cap rail. Strip plank teak weather decks are fastened in fiberglass stringers. Teak plank inserts are molded into cabin top. Molded rub rail with teak and stainless steel striker. Full keel with cutaway forefoot is integral to hull with internal ballast. Deck stepped aluminum mast with Burmese teak compression post below. Pedestal mounted wheel steering with cable and quadrant. Balanced rudder. Prop is protected in apaeture in keel. 11 bronze opening ports. Teak bowsprit with twin bronze bow rollers.
  • MISCELLANEOUS: Caribe 10 ft RIB inflatable dinghy. Yamaha 15 hp outboard engine. Propane grill mounted on stern rail. Assorted dock lines, fenders and life jackets. USCG required safety gear. Assorted spare parts.

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