2002 Gartside - French & Webb Double-Ended CB Trailerable Sloop

  • 24 ft
  • Cruiser
  • Rockport, ME, US

Yacht price :

$40,000

Overview

Price Reduction! ELF is an exceptional trailerable cold molded k/cb pocket cruiser which was built to a modified Paul Gartside design by the highly regarded French and Webb yard in Belfast, ME.  She offers comfortable accommodations in a carefully thought out functional interior with sitting headroom as well as an oversized hatch which allows full standing room when open.  Her experienced owner has been involved in the design and building of a number of other successful designs over the years, and ELF has more than met expectations as a comfortable and easily trailerable pocket cruiser.   They have trucked her to Florida and then sailed to the Bahamas and back numerous times, and with her shoal draft and versatile sail plan her cruising grounds are extensive.  A review of the design by Art Paine appeared in Maine Boats, Homes and Harbors Magazine, and a pdf copy of the article, as well as larger drawings are available on request.

Specifications

Basic Information

Manufacturer:
Gartside - French & Webb
Model:
Double-Ended CB Trailerable Sloop
Year:
2002
Category:
Sail
Condition:
Used
Location:
Rockport, ME, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
Yes
Vessel Name:
ELF
Boat Type:
Cruiser
Hull Material:
Wood
Hull Type:
Hull Color:
HIN:
Designer:
Gartside/Mitchell
Flag of Registry:
US

Dimensions & Weight

Length:
24 ft - 7.32 meter
LOA:
-
Beam:
8 ft 6 in - 2.59 meter
Draft - max:
5 ft 8 in - 1.73 meter
Bridge Clearance:
-
Dry Weight:
-

Engine

Make:
Model:
2GM
Engine(s):
1
Hours:
800
Cruise Speed:
-
Range:
-
Joystick Control:
No
Engine Type:
Inboard
Drive Type:
Fuel Type:
Diesel
Horsepower:
19 (Individual), 19 (combined)
Max Speed:
-

Tank Capacities

Fuel Tank:
21 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Fresh Water Tank:
36 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Holding Tank:
15 gallons - 1 tank(s)

Accommodations

Total Cabins:
-
Total Berths:
1
Total Sleeps:
-
Total Heads:
1
Captains Cabin:
No
Crew Cabins:
-
Crew Berths:
-
Crew Sleeps:
-
Crew Heads:
-

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Descriptions

Construction

Hull:  1" thick cold molded hull (4 layers) and cabin top, fiberglass covered with 1/2" marine plywood bulkheads.

Deck:  Plywood over deck beams, 12" oc. Dynel and epoxy covered.

Keel: Built up, 9" wide, ballast is 1,100 lbs. external and 200 lbs. internal.

Stem and Stern:  laminated construction, 4" wide

Centerboard Trunk:  3/4" plywood case, glass covered, teak top for sitting.

Centerboard:  3/4" fir core, 3/4" plywood sides, laminated, 44 pound lead ballast, glass covered and tapered, 3/4" bolt fastening outside of hull.

Rudder:  1" stainless stock, 3/4" plywood faces laminated and glass covered.

Rail and Trim:  Teak

Prisms:  For interior cabin light.

Hatch:  16" Bomar

Companionway:  30" wide by 36" long.  Sliding hatch and drop board.  Vents fore and aft plus cowl vent for engine air.

Sails and Rigging

Sails:  Oceanus 235 sq. ft., 7 oz. mainsail with 3 reefing sets, loose foot, 5 mast hoops; Oceanus 118 sq. ft., 7 oz. jib no. 1, roller furled forms forestay; Oceanus 72 sq. ft., 7 oz. jib no. 2, set flying;   cruising type nylon 26 ft. x 22 ft. spinnaker.

Mast and Spars:  30 ft. hollow, built-up mast of spruce, tabernacle mounted; 15 ft. solid spruce boom and gaff with jaws; topsail yard, solid spruce; bowsprit - 7' 9" long, tapered, 5/16" chain bobstay, 5' projection; boom gallows - bronze and mahogany.

Standing Rigging: 1/4" stainless 7x7 and 3/16" 7x19 runners.

Blocks: Afromosa 3 1/2" by Dauphinee with bronze fittings

Running Rigging: 10mm 3-strand English braid

Ground Tackle

22 pound Bruce anchor with 200 ft. of 1/4" chain

12 pound Danforth anchor with 300 ft. of 3/8" nylon line

Lighting and Electrical

Lighting:  3 florescent fixtures, 2 brass halogen reading fixtures, 2 12" prisms.

Electrical:  Two 84 amp per hour main batteries, 10-position circuit breaker panel and main battey switch, de-mountable running lights, stern light, steaming and anchor light on masthead, 2 electrical plugs.

Navigation

Standard Horizon VHF with masthead antenna, AM/FM radio, depth sounder, compass, hand held GPS.

Equipment on Deck

Boom gallows, bronze hawse pipes, bronze cleats and pin rails, 2 cockpit lockers, docking lines, rope fenders, access for engine box, access to stuffing box, cockpit drain seacocks, boarding ladder, fog horn.

Equipment Below Deck

Cook Stoves:  Origio 4000 2-burner alcohol stove, Sea Swing 1-burner gimballed propane stove, portable gunwale-mounted charcoal stove.

Ice Chest:  75-pound capacity for ice plus food, 4" urethane foam chest, top entry, with foot pump for emptying.

Sink and Water:  9" x 12" basin, separate salt and fresh water faucets, foot pump fed. Two bilge pumps, 500 GPH.  36-gallon freshwater tank.

Head:  Jabsco household size bowl under seat cover with paper holder, y-valve and 15-gallon holding tank.

Heating:  Dickinson solid fuel stove, 3" stainless steel chimney and Charley Noble bulkhead-mounted stove on insulated stainless steel insulator.

Storage:  5 separate food and dish compartments, 2 clothing lockers, 2 clothing shelves, wet gear storage compartment, 2 drawers for charts and linens.

Cushions:  4 interior new berth cushions making a V-berth which also serve as a seat, 5 exterior cockpit cushions with fasteners, mounted boom tent with separate forward section as wind protection.

 

Comments

ELF is an exceptional trailerable cold molded k/cb pocket cruiser which was built to a modified Paul Gartside design by the highly regarded French and Webb yard in Belfast, ME.  She offers comfortable accommodations in a carefully thought out functional interior with sitting headroom as well as an oversized hatch which allows full standing room when open.  Her experienced owner has been involved in the design and building of a number of other successful designs over the years, and ELF has more than met expectations as a comfortable and easily trailerable pocket cruiser.   They have trucked her to Florida and then sailed to the Bahamas and back numerous times, and with her shoal draft and versatile sail plan her cruising grounds are extensive.  A review of the design by Art Paine appeared in Maine Boats, Homes and Harbors Magazine, and a pdf copy of the article, as well as larger drawings are available on request.

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.

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