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  1. 1996 Cape George Marine Works Cape George Cutter

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    80% COMPLETE CAPE GEORGE CUTTER
    PEARL
    Hull by Cecil M. Lange, 36′ fiber glass. Deck and cabin beams are yellow cedar. Deck 3/8″ sapele mahogany plywood with second layer 3/8″ fir, cabin top is the same as deck material, two layers are 1/4″. ALL SAPELE MAHOGANY is LYODDS of LONDON CERTIFIED. Cabin sides are 1″ thick Fir Plywood. Deck, cabin sides and top are all fiber glassed over. Laminate schedule is matt/ 2 rovings/matt. Cecil M. Lange did the water and diesel tanks, he also made the teak hatches: forward hatch, skylight, turtle/companionway hatch, and two aft lazerett hatches. Doug Mosen – Boat Electrician, did most of the electrical design in conjunction with me. Cecil advised me and went beyond that by coming over from Port Townsend for dinner and in person advise. He stated at the launching that Pearl was one of the two best built boats outside of his yard.
    Hull#: CMKOO114G688
    Dimensions: length 36’ breadth 10’ 5” draft 5’
    Capacities: Fuel – 85 gallons in two fiber glass tanks @ 42.5 gallons each
    Freshwater – 100 gallons in two fiber glass tanks @ 50 gallons
    Ballast: 10,500 pounds of lead
    Horsepower: 36 @ 3000 rpm
    General Description:
    This vessel is an all Fiber Glass constructed Sail Boat.
    The interior sides are 2” wide by ½” Port Orford Cedar strips.
    The interior decks are 2” Honduras Mahogany strips separated by ½” Port Orford strips.
    All other interior wood is Sepely Mahogany plywood.
    All exterior wood is Burmese Teak.
    The hull has 6 Sea Cocks, all are Bronze ball valves with a stainless steel ball and nylon seat.
    There is berthing for 5 persons with a sink, shower and toilet facilities.
    The galley has a 2 burner propane stove with oven, S/S sink, 5.2 cu. ft. refrigerator and a 5.2 cu. ft. freezer.
    The vessels auxiliary power is a 36 Hp. 4 cylinder Demler Benz 0m536 engine attached to 2.04:1 Paragon P23L reduction gears driving a 1 1/8” SS shaft.
    Average speed is 6 knots

    Equipment on Board:

    NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT
    Auto Pilot Autohelm ST-50 with a speed and depth log

    MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT AND MACNINERY
    Hot water heater Walter, propane flash heater
    Stove Princess 2 burner with oven
    Refrigerator 5.2 cu. ft., 12 volt dc only
    Freezer 5.2 cu. ft., 12 volt dc only
    Marine Sanitation type 1 electra san with a 30 gallon holding tank
    Fresh water pump 1 electric
    Batteries (2) 8-D
    Battery Charger inverter
    Inverter Trace
    Shore Tie 110 VAC, 30 AMP
    DECK GEAR
    Anchor Windlass manual
    Anchor 44# bruce
    Rails 30” S/S
    Cleats (3) 12” cleats
    WAY TOO MUCH TO DESCRIBE> THE BOAT WAS BUILT WITH ALOT OF FORESIGHT, HIGHEST QUALITY WORK and SHE IS BUILT FOR OFFSHORE WORK!!!!!!!!

    OTHER RANDOM NOTES
    Boat also has an isolation transformer on it which magnetically isolates the shore power(110V) from a hard wired-like connection. Yeah the boat is one of a kind…………..All my exterior hardware is of high Quality. Wherever ANY fasteners penetrated Hull/Deck or Cabin Top I chamfer as to create a kind of O-ring which few people take the time to do. This decreases the possibility of water penetration. Custom made coil spring mattress. Engine only has 20-30 hrs on it. The freezer and refrigeration are not completely finished but includes everything to finish it. She still needs the mast and rigging. She was launched in 97 I believe and was lived aboard for a few years and then the project was dropped. The Hull is insulated with 3/8′ (I believe it’s called ) Klegacell (sp?) That’s a cool feature for two reasons 1. Cuts down on inside sweating and 2. It makes the boat overall stronger because it super-reinforces the bulkwarks (sp?) This would be an amazing vessel for someone who wants to finish her off.


  2. 1996 Cape George Marine Works Cape George Cutter

    October 6, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    80% COMPLETE CAPE GEORGE CUTTER
    PEARL
    Hull by Cecil M. Lange, 36′ fiber glass. Deck and cabin beams are yellow cedar. Deck 3/8″ sapele mahogany plywood with second layer 3/8″ fir, cabin top is the same as deck material, two layers are 1/4″. ALL SAPELE MAHOGANY is LYODDS of LONDON CERTIFIED. Cabin sides are 1″ thick Fir Plywood. Deck, cabin sides and top are all fiber glassed over. Laminate schedule is matt/ 2 rovings/matt. Cecil M. Lange did the water and diesel tanks, he also made the teak hatches: forward hatch, skylight, turtle/companionway hatch, and two aft lazerett hatches. Doug Mosen – Boat Electrician, did most of the electrical design in conjunction with me. Cecil advised me and went beyond that by coming over from Port Townsend for dinner and in person advise. He stated at the launching that Pearl was one of the two best built boats outside of his yard.
    Hull#: CMKOO114G688
    Dimensions: length 36’ breadth 10’ 5” draft 5’
    Capacities: Fuel – 85 gallons in two fiber glass tanks @ 42.5 gallons each
    Freshwater – 100 gallons in two fiber glass tanks @ 50 gallons
    Ballast: 10,500 pounds of lead
    Horsepower: 36 @ 3000 rpm
    General Description:
    This vessel is an all Fiber Glass constructed Sail Boat.
    The interior sides are 2” wide by ½” Port Orford Cedar strips.
    The interior decks are 2” Honduras Mahogany strips separated by ½” Port Orford strips.
    All other interior wood is Sepely Mahogany plywood.
    All exterior wood is Burmese Teak.
    The hull has 6 Sea Cocks, all are Bronze ball valves with a stainless steel ball and nylon seat.
    There is berthing for 5 persons with a sink, shower and toilet facilities.
    The galley has a 2 burner propane stove with oven, S/S sink, 5.2 cu. ft. refrigerator and a 5.2 cu. ft. freezer.
    The vessels auxiliary power is a 36 Hp. 4 cylinder Demler Benz 0m536 engine attached to 2.04:1 Paragon P23L reduction gears driving a 1 1/8” SS shaft.
    Average speed is 6 knots

    Equipment on Board:

    NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT
    Auto Pilot Autohelm ST-50 with a speed and depth log

    MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT AND MACNINERY
    Hot water heater Walter, propane flash heater
    Stove Princess 2 burner with oven
    Refrigerator 5.2 cu. ft., 12 volt dc only
    Freezer 5.2 cu. ft., 12 volt dc only
    Marine Sanitation type 1 electra san with a 30 gallon holding tank
    Fresh water pump 1 electric
    Batteries (2) 8-D
    Battery Charger inverter
    Inverter Trace
    Shore Tie 110 VAC, 30 AMP
    DECK GEAR
    Anchor Windlass manual
    Anchor 44# bruce
    Rails 30” S/S
    Cleats (3) 12” cleats
    WAY TOO MUCH TO DESCRIBE> THE BOAT WAS BUILT WITH ALOT OF FORESIGHT, HIGHEST QUALITY WORK and SHE IS BUILT FOR OFFSHORE WORK!!!!!!!!

    OTHER RANDOM NOTES
    Boat also has an isolation transformer on it which magnetically isolates the shore power(110V) from a hard wired-like connection. Yeah the boat is one of a kind…………..All my exterior hardware is of high Quality. Wherever ANY fasteners penetrated Hull/Deck or Cabin Top I chamfer as to create a kind of O-ring which few people take the time to do. This decreases the possibility of water penetration. Custom made coil spring mattress. Engine only has 20-30 hrs on it. The freezer and refrigeration are not completely finished but includes everything to finish it. She still needs the mast and rigging. She was launched in 97 I believe and was lived aboard for a few years and then the project was dropped. The Hull is insulated with 3/8′ (I believe it’s called ) Klegacell (sp?) That’s a cool feature for two reasons 1. Cuts down on inside sweating and 2. It makes the boat overall stronger because it super-reinforces the bulkwarks (sp?) This would be an amazing vessel for someone who wants to finish her off.


  3. 1996 Cape George Marine Works Cape George Cutter

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    80% COMPLETE CAPE GEORGE CUTTER
    PEARL
    Hull by Cecil M. Lange, 36′ fiber glass. Deck and cabin beams are yellow cedar. Deck 3/8″ sapele mahogany plywood with second layer 3/8″ fir, cabin top is the same as deck material, two layers are 1/4″. ALL SAPELE MAHOGANY is LYODDS of LONDON CERTIFIED. Cabin sides are 1″ thick Fir Plywood. Deck, cabin sides and top are all fiber glassed over. Laminate schedule is matt/ 2 rovings/matt. Cecil M. Lange did the water and diesel tanks, he also made the teak hatches: forward hatch, skylight, turtle/companionway hatch, and two aft lazerett hatches. Doug Mosen – Boat Electrician, did most of the electrical design in conjunction with me. Cecil advised me and went beyond that by coming over from Port Townsend for dinner and in person advise. He stated at the launching that Pearl was one of the two best built boats outside of his yard.
    Hull#: CMKOO114G688
    Dimensions: length 36’ breadth 10’ 5” draft 5’
    Capacities: Fuel – 85 gallons in two fiber glass tanks @ 42.5 gallons each
    Freshwater – 100 gallons in two fiber glass tanks @ 50 gallons
    Ballast: 10,500 pounds of lead
    Horsepower: 36 @ 3000 rpm
    General Description:
    This vessel is an all Fiber Glass constructed Sail Boat.
    The interior sides are 2” wide by ½” Port Orford Cedar strips.
    The interior decks are 2” Honduras Mahogany strips separated by ½” Port Orford strips.
    All other interior wood is Sepely Mahogany plywood.
    All exterior wood is Burmese Teak.
    The hull has 6 Sea Cocks, all are Bronze ball valves with a stainless steel ball and nylon seat.
    There is berthing for 5 persons with a sink, shower and toilet facilities.
    The galley has a 2 burner propane stove with oven, S/S sink, 5.2 cu. ft. refrigerator and a 5.2 cu. ft. freezer.
    The vessels auxiliary power is a 36 Hp. 4 cylinder Demler Benz 0m536 engine attached to 2.04:1 Paragon P23L reduction gears driving a 1 1/8” SS shaft.
    Average speed is 6 knots

    Equipment on Board:

    NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT
    Auto Pilot Autohelm ST-50 with a speed and depth log

    MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT AND MACNINERY
    Hot water heater Walter, propane flash heater
    Stove Princess 2 burner with oven
    Refrigerator 5.2 cu. ft., 12 volt dc only
    Freezer 5.2 cu. ft., 12 volt dc only
    Marine Sanitation type 1 electra san with a 30 gallon holding tank
    Fresh water pump 1 electric
    Batteries (2) 8-D
    Battery Charger inverter
    Inverter Trace
    Shore Tie 110 VAC, 30 AMP
    DECK GEAR
    Anchor Windlass manual
    Anchor 44# bruce
    Rails 30” S/S
    Cleats (3) 12” cleats
    WAY TOO MUCH TO DESCRIBE> THE BOAT WAS BUILT WITH ALOT OF FORESIGHT, HIGHEST QUALITY WORK and SHE IS BUILT FOR OFFSHORE WORK!!!!!!!!

    OTHER RANDOM NOTES
    Boat also has an isolation transformer on it which magnetically isolates the shore power(110V) from a hard wired-like connection. Yeah the boat is one of a kind…………..All my exterior hardware is of high Quality. Wherever ANY fasteners penetrated Hull/Deck or Cabin Top I chamfer as to create a kind of O-ring which few people take the time to do. This decreases the possibility of water penetration. Custom made coil spring mattress. Engine only has 20-30 hrs on it. The freezer and refrigeration are not completely finished but includes everything to finish it. She still needs the mast and rigging. She was launched in 97 I believe and was lived aboard for a few years and then the project was dropped. The Hull is insulated with 3/8′ (I believe it’s called ) Klegacell (sp?) That’s a cool feature for two reasons 1. Cuts down on inside sweating and 2. It makes the boat overall stronger because it super-reinforces the bulkwarks (sp?) This would be an amazing vessel for someone who wants to finish her off.


  4. 1996 Cape George Marine Works Cape George Cutter

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    80% COMPLETE CAPE GEORGE CUTTER
    PEARL
    Hull by Cecil M. Lange, 36′ fiber glass. Deck and cabin beams are yellow cedar. Deck 3/8″ sapele mahogany plywood with second layer 3/8″ fir, cabin top is the same as deck material, two layers are 1/4″. ALL SAPELE MAHOGANY is LYODDS of LONDON CERTIFIED. Cabin sides are 1″ thick Fir Plywood. Deck, cabin sides and top are all fiber glassed over. Laminate schedule is matt/ 2 rovings/matt. Cecil M. Lange did the water and diesel tanks, he also made the teak hatches: forward hatch, skylight, turtle/companionway hatch, and two aft lazerett hatches. Doug Mosen – Boat Electrician, did most of the electrical design in conjunction with me. Cecil advised me and went beyond that by coming over from Port Townsend for dinner and in person advise. He stated at the launching that Pearl was one of the two best built boats outside of his yard.
    Hull#: CMKOO114G688
    Dimensions: length 36’ breadth 10’ 5” draft 5’
    Capacities: Fuel – 85 gallons in two fiber glass tanks @ 42.5 gallons each
    Freshwater – 100 gallons in two fiber glass tanks @ 50 gallons
    Ballast: 10,500 pounds of lead
    Horsepower: 36 @ 3000 rpm
    General Description:
    This vessel is an all Fiber Glass constructed Sail Boat.
    The interior sides are 2” wide by ½” Port Orford Cedar strips.
    The interior decks are 2” Honduras Mahogany strips separated by ½” Port Orford strips.
    All other interior wood is Sepely Mahogany plywood.
    All exterior wood is Burmese Teak.
    The hull has 6 Sea Cocks, all are Bronze ball valves with a stainless steel ball and nylon seat.
    There is berthing for 5 persons with a sink, shower and toilet facilities.
    The galley has a 2 burner propane stove with oven, S/S sink, 5.2 cu. ft. refrigerator and a 5.2 cu. ft. freezer.
    The vessels auxiliary power is a 36 Hp. 4 cylinder Demler Benz 0m536 engine attached to 2.04:1 Paragon P23L reduction gears driving a 1 1/8” SS shaft.
    Average speed is 6 knots

    Equipment on Board:

    NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT
    Auto Pilot Autohelm ST-50 with a speed and depth log

    MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT AND MACNINERY
    Hot water heater Walter, propane flash heater
    Stove Princess 2 burner with oven
    Refrigerator 5.2 cu. ft., 12 volt dc only
    Freezer 5.2 cu. ft., 12 volt dc only
    Marine Sanitation type 1 electra san with a 30 gallon holding tank
    Fresh water pump 1 electric
    Batteries (2) 8-D
    Battery Charger inverter
    Inverter Trace
    Shore Tie 110 VAC, 30 AMP
    DECK GEAR
    Anchor Windlass manual
    Anchor 44# bruce
    Rails 30” S/S
    Cleats (3) 12” cleats
    WAY TOO MUCH TO DESCRIBE> THE BOAT WAS BUILT WITH ALOT OF FORESIGHT, HIGHEST QUALITY WORK and SHE IS BUILT FOR OFFSHORE WORK!!!!!!!!

    OTHER RANDOM NOTES
    Boat also has an isolation transformer on it which magnetically isolates the shore power(110V) from a hard wired-like connection. Yeah the boat is one of a kind…………..All my exterior hardware is of high Quality. Wherever ANY fasteners penetrated Hull/Deck or Cabin Top I chamfer as to create a kind of O-ring which few people take the time to do. This decreases the possibility of water penetration. Custom made coil spring mattress. Engine only has 20-30 hrs on it. The freezer and refrigeration are not completely finished but includes everything to finish it. She still needs the mast and rigging. She was launched in 97 I believe and was lived aboard for a few years and then the project was dropped. The Hull is insulated with 3/8′ (I believe it’s called ) Klegacell (sp?) That’s a cool feature for two reasons 1. Cuts down on inside sweating and 2. It makes the boat overall stronger because it super-reinforces the bulkwarks (sp?) This would be an amazing vessel for someone who wants to finish her off.