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43′ Hampton 43 Pilot House Cutter

Current Price: US$ 152,000

Yacht World Number: 2877005
Located in Mazatlan , Mexico
Year: 1996
Hull Material: Fiberglass
 
 

Owner has offered THREE months FREE
Moorage upon successful purchase of SCRIMSHAW while you sail the
Sea Of Cortez. 

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Information
Hampton 43′ Pilot House Cutter Rigged Sloop
Scrimshaw was custom ordered and built in Hampton′s boatyard in
Shanghai, China in 1996. She was imported on Galveston Bay, Texas in
1997. We bought her in Galveston Bay in 1999 in new condition
(instruments, stereo, medicine cabinets, etc. still in the boxes
uninstalled) we actually cut one of the sail bags open in order to sea
trial her. In July of 1999 we had her trucked to San Diego, were we
had her commissioned. We did some day sailing and spent a few nights
anchored at the nearby Coronado Islands in order to get used to
sailing a blue water cruiser. We were anchored at these islands when
the big California New Year′s Eve storm of 1999 blew through. A forty
plus a footmotor yacht sank that evening and a couple of sailboats had
to pull up their anchors and get underway because their sails came
unfurled. Scrimshaw held steady with her 55 pound Delta anchor and
about 200 feet of all chain rode. We enjoyed the New Year′s Eve
fireworks from San Diego and Ensenada during our all night watch. What
an exciting first overnight sail.
On February 4, 2000 Darlene, myself and our friend John headed south
bound for La Paz, Mexico in the company of Quetzal, a 41 foot Hunter
Sloop with our friends Dave and Glenda on board. We had a fast
downwind run, at times surfing down waves at 10 knots, that′s when we
really appreciated the stability of a having a full keeled boat. Our
first stop along the way was at Turtle Bay and then Magdalena Bay to
rest and whale watch. We arrived in Cabo after ten days on Valentine′s
Day where we were invited to our first cocktail party at anchor by a
Planetary Geologist who owned a Spindrift, Hampton’s predecessor.
Spindrift sold their molds to Hampton, so in essence our boat is a
newer, undated, wider version of the Spindrift. Instant new friends
due to all our common interest. At the next anchorage we hosted the
party and included our friend on Quetzel.
We rounded the corner of the Baja Peninsula and when we arrived in La
Paz we were welcomed by our new friends from Spain, whom we had met in
San Diego, they introduced us to their friend from Australia. So goes
the wonderful world of cruising.
We fell in love with La Paz and made it our base for several years,
spending a lot of time in the Sea of Cortez enjoying the islands and
anchorages such as Isla San Francisco, Bahia de Los Gatos, Agua Verde
and many others, going as far North as the Bay of LA.
For the first five years or so we would head north to Ensenada or San
Diego to keep Scrimshaw safe during Hurricane Season. That trip
involves a lot of motoring as the prevailing winds are from the
Northwest and we really came to appreciate Scrimshaw’s very large fuel
tanks, holding almost 300 gallons of diesel. Scrimshaw has a range
under of power of about 1,000 N.M. We made the trip north to Ensenada
or San Diego (the Baja Bash) four times and the voyage south to Cabo
and then North to the Sea of Cortez five times. One year we had
planned to head to Hawaii from Puerto Vallarta, unfortunately we were
delayed in our departure from Ensenada that year due to the passing of
a family member. When it was time to head to Hawaii we were just
returning to Ensenada. The forecasted winds appeared to be in our
favor for a passage starting from Ensenada to Hawaii, so we thought
why not give it a try. The first week was lovely, the second week we
had difficulties and changes in the winds. Since a "Gentleman
never sails to weather" Darlene and I discussed our options.
While Hawaii is lovely, neither of us liked the music or food and the
anchorages were not as accommodating as in Mexico, so we opted to head
back towards the coast and down the Baja Peninsular once again. Three
weeks out on the ocean showed us that we and Scrimshaw could handle an
ocean crossing but that our hearts were now firmily attached to Mexico.
One year when we were heading back to La Paz from Puerto Vallarta by
way of Mazatlan, we learned that Mazatlan has not had direct hit by a
Hurricane in 70 years so, and further, that Marina Mazatlan is a
pretty good hurricane hole with its long narrow entry channel. So, we
sopped making the bash back North each year. We then discovered that
we liked Mazatlan even better than La Paz, bought a Condo overlooking
the Mazatlan Marina , then a house nearby and now live in Mazatlan
full time.
All of a sudden we have been blessed with five grandchildren over the
last three years and Roy’s health has deteriorated with Parkinson so
it is time for us to retire from sailing Scrimshaw and enjoy our next adventure.

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Specs

Designer: Hampton Yacht Building Co. Ltd.

Flag of Registry: United States

Keel: Full

Hull Shape: Monohull

Dimensions

LOA: 50 ft 0 in

Beam: 12 ft 11 in

LWL: 35 ft 7 in

Length on Deck: 43 ft 0 in

Maximum Draft: 6 ft 4 in

Displacement: 34810 lbs

Ballast: 10043 lbs

Headroom: 6 ft 6 in

Dry Weight: 34810 lbs

Engines

Total Power: 90 HP

Engine 1:

Engine Brand: Perkins

Year Built: 1996

Engine Model: M-90

Engine Type: Inboard

Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel

Engine Hours: 3948

Propeller: 3 blade propeller

Drive Type: Sail drive

Engine Power: 90 HP

Cruising Speed: 2000 RPM

Tanks

Fresh Water Tanks: Stainless steel (100 Gallons)

Fuel Tanks: Stainless steel (300 Gallons)

Holding Tanks: Stainless steel (40 Gallons)

Accommodations

Number of single berths: 6

Number of twin berths: 1

Number of double berths: 3

Number of cabins: 2

Number of heads: 2

Electronics

Radio – 2 VHF/UHF

Autopilot

Radar Detector

Radar

CD player – interior speakers

Cockpit speakers

Compass – steering stations

VHF – Icomm

GPS – Garmin

Wind speed and direction

Depthsounder

Navigation center

Sails

Fully battened mainsail – Plus a New Northsails

Spinnaker – Cruising and Gear(Sock)

Furling genoa – 488 New only used one season

Rigging

Steering wheel – Hydraulic 2 stations

Inside Equipment

Refrigerator

Battery charger

Electric bilge pump

Fresh water maker – 20 Gals plus 208 hrs

Manual bilge pump

Sea water pump

Electrical Equipment

Shore power inlet

Generator – Genset:1 cyl /power 20 GPH /140 AMP

Inverter

Electrical Circuit: 12V

Outside Equipment/Extras

Radar reflector

Solar panel – 14amps.

Tender – aluminium bottom + 1 new inflatable dinghy deck wash

Swimming ladder

Cockpit cushions

Davits – for dinghy

Liferaft – 6 persons emergency life raft

Electric windlass

Covers

Cockpit cover – dodger, lee cloths, hatch covers, wikel cover, dings cover.

Lazyjacks

Bimini Top

Lazy bag – Lee cloths

Mainsail cover

Sails

Sails:
1. Mainsail with reefing points (new North Sails)
2. Genoa Jib (new North Sails) with roller furling
3. Staysail (hanked on)
4. Cruising Spinnaker with sock

Outside Equipment

Deck Equipment:
1. Double Life Lines
2. Double Anchor Rollers on S.S. Anchor Platform
3. Mast Pulpits
4. Mast Steps
5. Dinghy Davits
6. Self-tailing Lewmar Winches (8)
7. Lofrans Electric Anchor Windlass with cockpit control
8. 55 and 45 pound Delta Anchors; 45 pound SS plow Anchor; 21 pound Aluminum Fortress Anchor
9. 240 feet of 5/16 inch Hi-Test Anchor Chain
10. 300 feet of ¾ inch Anchor Rode
11. Hynautic Hydraulic Steering, 2 Stations (one in cockpit second in main salon)

12. 9′ Bombardier Roll Up Inflatable Dinghy New 

13. 10’2" Aluminum Bottom Dinghy

14. Cockpit H+C pressure shower.

Engine

Main Engine: VERY WELL MAINTAINED 
1. 1996 Perkins M-90 (90HP) w/3200 engine hours. Equipped with dual Racor Fuel Filters and Manifold for switching/ changing filters while running.

**Equipped with Hydraulic Shaft lock

Electronics

Instruments:
1. Nexus Instrument System, with depth, wind speed, knot meter, etc.
2. Ritchie Compass
3. Inside & outside engine instruments and controls
4. Simrad Auto Pilot with remote controls
5. 2 new Garmin GPS Map Units
6. Icom SSB Radio with auto antenna tuner
7. Simrad Radar
8. Icom VHF radio with cockpit remote
9. EIPRB

**Inside Helm statin full equipped**

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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.

Electrical Equipment

Electrical:
1. Automatic Battery Charger
2. Electric Hot Water Heater with Heat Exchanger
3. Running lights, Mast Head & Tri-Color lights
4. Electric Bilge pumps (3), and one manual
5. Macerator pump

Extras

Spare Parts:
1. Fuel, oil and water filters
2. Bilge pumps
3. Float switches
4. Impellers
5. Interior 12 volt fans
6. Mechanics Tools, etc.

 

********50′ Sip Available paid 10 years********

********Pre Paid for 10 years  Please inquire for more information******

AVE. LA MARINA 2211 LOCAL 3

Col. La Marina

Mazatlan
Mexico

Tel 011 52 669 9133165

Fax 011 52 669 9133165


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