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“Outward Bound” – 36′ Stadel Gaff-Rigged Pilot Schooner – $98,000

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OUTWARD BOUND, designed by George Stadel, was originally built in 1948 in Ipswich, MA. Stadel, a noted designer was known for his wholesome sail boat designs, created OUTWARD BOUND as a 36-foot on deck gaff-rigged pilot schooner.  The current owner has put a significant amount of restoration work into the vessel, and much of the hull structure is new as of 2004.

The vessel has a model bow; full keel; elliptical, counter transom; cambered deck and keel-supported rudder. She has an inboard auxiliary engine that had a full rebuild in 2002.  The boat has recently been surveyed and received a good report of her condition.

Outward Bound was winner of the”Fisherman Schooner Race Cup” in Gloucester, MA in 1971.

  • Year: 1948
  • Current Price: US$ 98,000
  • Located In ME, United States
  • Hull Material: Wood
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Single diesel
  • YW# 4104-2605876

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
Outward Bound

Specs
Builder: Whittier & Low
Designer: George Stadel
Keel: Full

Dimensions
LOA: 46 ft 0 in
Beam: 10 ft 8 in
LWL: 30 ft 3 in
Length on Deck: 36 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 5 in
Displacement: 24000 lbs

Engines
Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Perkins
Year Built: 1979 rebuilt 2002 with only 100hours since
Engine Model: 4108
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 3 blade propeller NEW 2012
Drive Type: Sail drive
Engine(s) Total Power: 50 HP

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: 1
Fuel Tanks: 2 Aluminum
Holding Tanks: 1

Accommodations
Number of single berths: 5
Number of heads: 1

Electronics

SSB
GPS
VHF
Compass

Inside Equipment
Manual bilge pump
Shipmate wood stove
Heating
Marine head

Electrical Equipment
Electrical Circuit: 12V

Outside Equipment/Extras
Manual windlass
General Description

OUTWARD BOUND, designed by George Stadel, was originally built in 1948 in Ipswich, MA. Stadel, a noted designer was known for his wholesome sail boat designs, created OUTWARD BOUND as a 36-foot on deck gaff-rigged pilot schooner.  The current owner has put a significant amount of restoration work into the vessel, and much of the hull structure is new as of 2004.

The vessel has a model bow; full keel; elliptical, counter transom; cambered deck and keel-supported rudder. She has an inboard auxiliary engine that had a full rebuild in 2002.  The boat has recently been surveyed and received a good report of her condition.

Dimensions:

LOA: 36′

Sparred Length: 46′

LWL: 30′ 3″

Beam: 10’8″

Draft: 5’5″

Displacement: 24,000 lbs

Sail Area: 688 square feet

Construction:

The keel, frames, floor timbers, deadwood and stern post are white oak. Stringers are 2″ x 4″ Douglas fir. Planks are 1 1/4″ Southern yellow pine. Deck beams and carlins are white oak.  The deck is made of cedar. Butt blocks are made of locust. There are 5 stainless steel floors under the engine. Planking is copper riveted and the seams are caulked with cotton. The ballast keel is cast iron and the boat also has lead ingots for ballast.

On Deck Construction:

Rubrails are mahogany topped with bronze rub bars, commencing approximately 5′ aft of the stem and extending aft to approximately 18″ forward of the transom, at the gunwale. The boat also has bulwarks with a a 4″ wide cap rail.

Propulsion:

Prop: NEW 2012 Michigan 17″ x 11″ right hand  3-blade bronze propeller on a 1 3/8″ stainless steel propeller shaft

Steering: Edson worm gear

Engine: Perkins 3108, 50 hp Total rebuild 2002 100 hours since rebuild. Serial number suggests year is 1979

Transmission: Hurth 2:1

Systems:

The boat is wired for 12 volt service

There are two diesel tanks, one forward that is shared with the diesel heater and one aft.

There is a marine head and holding tank.

Rig:

Bowsprit and foremast are solid yellow pine. Main mast is solid douglas fir.

Each mast is fitted with one set of spreaders. The standing rig is stainless steel and was replaced in 1998.

Sail inventory: mainsail, foresail, staysail, furling jib, hanked jib, 185% genoa, Fisherman staysail, all manufactured by Nathaniel S. Wilson Sailmakers. Topsail by Sperry.

Running rigging was replaced in 2004.

Turnbuckles are open bronze.

Interior:

Located forward is the forepeak/sail locker, followed by the crew berth and the port side head, the galley, centerline auxiliary engine, port and starboard side quarter berths and a lazarette aft.

Dinghy:

Purchase includes beautiful 2007 Norwegian wooden pram, 9’6″ x 4′

Equipment:

30 lb Danforth anchor

60 lb Bruce pow-type anchor

125 lb Fisherman anchor

300′ anchor rode with 12′ chain

anchor windlass, original from Lindenburg Foundry, rebuilt in early 2000’s.

5″ Sestrel liquid magnetic compass

Dickinson diesel heater

1 1984 Type b:C Size 1 dry chem fire extinguisher

Shipmate wood stove

Edson diaphragm bilge pump

mooring lines

sheets

Icom VHF radio

Icom SSB receiver

Furuno GPS

1 battery

6 type III PFDs

8 type II PFDs

2 type I PFDs

flares

throwing device

rope ladder

charts

taffrail

compass

24″ wooden steering wheel

 

Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.