|"Black Duck" is a stunning traditional style blue water passage-maker. Based on the Hartley Queenslander (with Morris Griffiths influence). Below the water-line the long integrated keel, deep rudder and fine entry are the reasons why she performs so well in a seaway. The wide side decks and lightly cambered coach house make for safe easy deck-work. Below deck you relax in the spacious (headroom well over 6') and inviting saloon.
The build quality and attention to detail is simply outstanding. The epoxy/ferro hull boasts the best finish for such construction that we have seen. The timber fit-out is to the highest standard. She is truly immaculate throughout. Built as a bluewater and comfortable liveaboard, "Black Duck" is Australian-registered. She has crossed the Tasman. Must sell. OWNERS MOVING OVERSEAS - ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED!
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||33' 9" - 10.28m|
|Keel / Ballast
||Full keel. Ballast:metal punchings|
||Prince of Wales Bay Marina near Hobart TAS|
||Ian Penney & Grant Svendsen|
||Ferro (Impervious EPOXY protection)|
||Fibreglass over Plywood|
||Ford 40Hp Major (S/N:1319410)
Excellent maintenance record since new. Engine room: Engine box in saloon. Excellent access for servicing.
||885 as at March 21 2017|
||Awning, mosquito netting, sail covers, winch covers, hatch covers & foredeck shade cover|
||The flush-deck design gives this pretty vessel an extremely roomy interior - and over 6ft headroom. Descend from the cockpit to a wonderfully warm and inviting interior, with laminated beams and tongue-and-groove panelling. The galley to port has enough bench space and storage space to satisfy the keenest chef. Opposite is the chart table with all electronics at hand and good storage for charts and equipment.
Saloon has settees to port and stbd with the engine box providing a central table. A wood-burning stove on a marble hearth provides a focal point for this comfortable living space and is complemented by the quality fittings, including Italian lights and fabrics.
The bathroom is fwd to port with a seat and storage locker opposite. The spacious V-berth has a custom innerspring mattress.
Central hatch in the cockpit gives access to a lazerette/workshop. Plenty of space in the cockpit and easy access fwd onto a wide cabin-top with room to store the dinghy.
||Manual marine toilet in separate compartment with vanity and good storage. As is the case throughout this boat, fittings are high quality and hand-picked to match the traditional decor. A porcelain basin is inlaid in a varnished vanity top.|
||Force Ten 4-burner stove with oven and grill.
Twin sinks with manual fresh and salt water taps.
Huge amounts of storage in cupboards, lockers and drawers.
Generous bench space.
||Waeco 40-litre eski (12 & 240V)|
||2 x Plough anchors & chain
Bronze manual anchor windlass with rope drum and chain gypsy
Lifebuoy & drogue
Lifebuoy & Danbuoy
Electric and manual bilge pumps
Fire extinguishers x 4
||12V Batteries - house and engine
2 x 10w Solar panels and 1 x 50w solar (not fitted)
HRDX Charge controller
|Navmaps DSC radio with extra hand remote
Navman Chart plotter
Hand held GPS
JVC CD player and speakers
Genoa on furler
Tri sail and storm jib
|Mast / Rigging
||Alloy mast and boom
Stainless & galvanised rig by professional NZ rigger.
Age of rig: 2001
||4 Man Life Raft (not in survey)
2 x Bronze Lewmar self-tailing, 2-speed winches
2 x Bronze winches
Stainless steel BBQ
Windvane steering - vertical axis type with servo pendulum rudder (based on Bill Belcher-design)
||"Black Duck"s hull is a Hartley Queenslander-design but the custom cabin-top is based on the lines of a Morris Griffiths or a Wylo. The result is a well balanced yacht that goes well to windward and handles all conditions very comfortably and safely.
Attention to detail and meticulous on-going maintenance by the owner-builders have produced a very special yacht.
Ideal as a liveaboard or bluewater cruiser. Inspection recommended.