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  1. 1925 Chinese Junk

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Accommodations
    • Magic Chef Propane Oven / Stove
    • Refrigerator / freezer
    • Microwave, coffee maker, etc.
    Heat
    • Newport Dickinson Pellet Stove
    • Engine forced air heat
    Water
    • Hot / cold water
    Main solon = 16’X20’
    Interior layout has two very large staterooms, nice size head, and a steering station: very similar to a motor-sailor in design. However, housing up to 35 people for events, this is no lightweight – you can pack in all your guests and more. The master suite is complete with a king size bed!
    Galley to port, nav-station (desk) to starboard: the layout and custom made craftsmanship is excellent. Dovetailed drawers, custom countertops, craftsman cabinetry: stepping aboard is similar to entering a finely remodeled home – only you can sail this boat anywhere.
    Bamboo finish detailing work all helps accent the spacious ventilated and well lighted rooms via eight bronze ports, four aft (window) ports, six master suite ports, and five large ports for the steering station.
    Massive amounts of storage throughout; hanging lockers, draws, etc. Also, there is plenty of space for working supplies: tools, paints, oils, etc.
    Electronics
    • Raymarine: C120 chart plotter, Radar; Raystar 120 GPS
    • Garmin: GPSmap 176c (individual back-up unit); Two fish finders: 160 and 240
    • Wind indicator
    • VHF radio
    • Nautomatic Auto Pilot
    • Inverter
    Electrical
    • Both 110V Shore Power and 12DC
    • 2-Batteries
    Sails
    • 3-Masted balanced Lug Rig
    • Tan bark full battened sails made by Lee sails out of Hong Kong
    Deck & Hull
    Most of the Hull was replaced during the 2001 restoration. Note in the pictures showing the new stringers made of Purple Heart wood. Teak interior has carefully woven newer hardwoods designed into the existing layout. Exterior railing and majority of deck and deck stringers were also replaced in 2001.

    Equipment on Board:


  2. 1925 Chinese Junk

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Accommodations
    • Magic Chef Propane Oven / Stove
    • Refrigerator / freezer
    • Microwave, coffee maker, etc.
    Heat
    • Newport Dickinson Pellet Stove
    • Engine forced air heat
    Water
    • Hot / cold water
    Main solon = 16’X20’
    Interior layout has two very large staterooms, nice size head, and a steering station: very similar to a motor-sailor in design. However, housing up to 35 people for events, this is no lightweight – you can pack in all your guests and more. The master suite is complete with a king size bed!
    Galley to port, nav-station (desk) to starboard: the layout and custom made craftsmanship is excellent. Dovetailed drawers, custom countertops, craftsman cabinetry: stepping aboard is similar to entering a finely remodeled home – only you can sail this boat anywhere.
    Bamboo finish detailing work all helps accent the spacious ventilated and well lighted rooms via eight bronze ports, four aft (window) ports, six master suite ports, and five large ports for the steering station.
    Massive amounts of storage throughout; hanging lockers, draws, etc. Also, there is plenty of space for working supplies: tools, paints, oils, etc.
    Electronics
    • Raymarine: C120 chart plotter, Radar; Raystar 120 GPS
    • Garmin: GPSmap 176c (individual back-up unit); Two fish finders: 160 and 240
    • Wind indicator
    • VHF radio
    • Nautomatic Auto Pilot
    • Inverter
    Electrical
    • Both 110V Shore Power and 12DC
    • 2-Batteries
    Sails
    • 3-Masted balanced Lug Rig
    • Tan bark full battened sails made by Lee sails out of Hong Kong
    Deck & Hull
    Most of the Hull was replaced during the 2001 restoration. Note in the pictures showing the new stringers made of Purple Heart wood. Teak interior has carefully woven newer hardwoods designed into the existing layout. Exterior railing and majority of deck and deck stringers were also replaced in 2001.

    Equipment on Board:


  3. 1925 Chinese Junk

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Accommodations
    • Magic Chef Propane Oven / Stove
    • Refrigerator / freezer
    • Microwave, coffee maker, etc.
    Heat
    • Newport Dickinson Pellet Stove
    • Engine forced air heat
    Water
    • Hot / cold water
    Main solon = 16’X20’
    Interior layout has two very large staterooms, nice size head, and a steering station: very similar to a motor-sailor in design. However, housing up to 35 people for events, this is no lightweight – you can pack in all your guests and more. The master suite is complete with a king size bed!
    Galley to port, nav-station (desk) to starboard: the layout and custom made craftsmanship is excellent. Dovetailed drawers, custom countertops, craftsman cabinetry: stepping aboard is similar to entering a finely remodeled home – only you can sail this boat anywhere.
    Bamboo finish detailing work all helps accent the spacious ventilated and well lighted rooms via eight bronze ports, four aft (window) ports, six master suite ports, and five large ports for the steering station.
    Massive amounts of storage throughout; hanging lockers, draws, etc. Also, there is plenty of space for working supplies: tools, paints, oils, etc.
    Electronics
    • Raymarine: C120 chart plotter, Radar; Raystar 120 GPS
    • Garmin: GPSmap 176c (individual back-up unit); Two fish finders: 160 and 240
    • Wind indicator
    • VHF radio
    • Nautomatic Auto Pilot
    • Inverter
    Electrical
    • Both 110V Shore Power and 12DC
    • 2-Batteries
    Sails
    • 3-Masted balanced Lug Rig
    • Tan bark full battened sails made by Lee sails out of Hong Kong
    Deck & Hull
    Most of the Hull was replaced during the 2001 restoration. Note in the pictures showing the new stringers made of Purple Heart wood. Teak interior has carefully woven newer hardwoods designed into the existing layout. Exterior railing and majority of deck and deck stringers were also replaced in 2001.

    Equipment on Board: