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2004 Custom Pilothouse Cutter

16 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

Blue-water high latitude cruising sailboat, completely customized Skookum hull, built by Schaefers Marine. First launched in 2004. Beautifully hand-crafted one of a kind vessel! Two helms, one fully enclosed. Live aboard, sleeps six, separate shower in head, propane range and oven, 200 gallons fuel, 220 gallons water in three tanks, Adler-Barber refrigeration, diesel heating stove, washing machine, fully insulated. 85HP Perkins diesel (cabin heat and hot water also available off of engine heat exchanger) 4.2KW Entec generator. Built stout, full keel, five barrier coats on new hull before the bottom paint went on, seven sails (six new, one used), roller furling headsail, solid bronze portholes, electronics (VHF radio, radar, depth sounder/GPS, autopilot), workshop, premium equipment, dual hydraulic steering, Maxwell Nelsson electric anchor winch with 200 feet of 1/2″ chain and 75 pound CQR anchor, nine self-tailing Anderson halyard and sheet winches. Valuation survey on 9/9/08 showed replacement value of $925K.

Equipment on Board:

Builder: Schaefers Marine
Designer: Ed Monk SR
Keel: Full

LOA: 50 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 5 in
Ballast: 14000 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 8 in

Engine Brand: Perkins
Engine(s) Total Power: 85 HP
Engine Model: 4-236
Engine Type: Inboard
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Engine Hours: 50

Fresh Water Tanks: 3 Fiberglass (220 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 2 Fiberglass (190 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 Fiberglass (55 Gallons)

Number of single berths: 6
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 1

Outside Equipment/Extras
Electric windlass

Additional Information

•75lb CQR Anchor
•200 Rode


•Furuno 1832 Radar
•Furuno 4kw Raydome
•Wagner S-50 Autopilot w/Remote
•Hummingbird Matrix 25 Sounder with built in GPS
•Icom VHF radio
•4-4D Batteries (2008 and newer)
•Hydraulic Steering
•Maxwell Nelson Electric Windlass
•Washing Machine


•Skookum Hull Bought from Port Townson (1980), Boat was Launched in 2004
•Schedule 40 Stanchions, Bow and Stern Pulpits (stainless)
•36″ Tall Stanchions w/Three Lifelines
•All Bulkheads are Bolted and Glassed in
•4″ Tube Piping Glassed into Hull Vertically and Horizontal
•3/4″ Eurathane Foam
• 5 Layers of Epoxy Barrier Coat
•2- 100 Gallon Fiberglass Fuel Tanks w/Sight Gauges
•1- 7 Gallon Aluminium Fuel Tank (located in the Compression post used for the Bulk head Heater)
•55 Gallon Fiberglass Holding Tank w/Y Valve and Macerator


•Single Berth in Wheel House (off to Port)
•Forward Cabin Two Single Berth
•Single Berth in Dinette Section
•Aft Cabin (Two Singles)
•6’6″ Headroom in Wheel House
•6’8″ Headroom in Salon, Cabin
•Carpeted Cabin Sole
•3/4″ Marine Painted Plywood for Cabin Sole in Cabins and Salon.
•Commercial Grade Laminate in Wheel House, Galley and Head
•Outside and Inside Steering
•Diesel Bulkhead Heater
•Mercedes Upholstery


•S/S Double Sink
•Hot/Cold Pressurized Water
•Fresh Water Pump
•17 Gallon Hot Water Tank
•3 Burner Stove w/Oven (Propane)
•Alder Barber Freezer (water or air cooled)
•Alder Barber Refrigeration (water or air cooled)
•3 20# Propane Tanks (Located under the seat of outside steering)

Sails & Rigging

•Cutter Rig
•Self Tacking Hanked on Staysail w/Aluminum Boom (Banks Sails 2004)
•Furling Genoa 135% (Banks Sails 2004)
•Banks 2 Reef Partial Mainsail (2004)
•Storm Tri Sail (Smiths Sails)
•Storm Jib (Smith Sails)
•Pro Furl Furling System
•Mast Steps
•Anderson (9) Self Tailing Winches
•#62 Self Tailing Primary Winches
•Mainsail Cover
•Stay Sail Cover
•Lazy Jacks
•Schaefer Traveler
•Jiffy Reefing w/Two Reef Points (Custom Higher Points)


•Perkins 4-236 Model 85 Horse Engine (60 Hours)
•4.2kw Entec Generator (20 Hours)
•3 Blade 16×24 Fixed Blade Prop
•130amp Alternator Charges
•Dual Fuel Filters

Custom Pilothouse Cutter
Custom Pilothouse Cutter
Custom Pilothouse Cutter
I do my best to post the most accurate information I can find, but please be aware that information here may be incorrect. If you have any comments about this boat, corrections to the specifications listed, or can provide additional information or photos, please use the comment form below and share what you can. I will update information as it becomes available.

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