Dorothy Gale’s cabin has been customized by extending both the trunk and main cabin. The interior was designed to maximize living space. The main cabin provides excellent visibility and unmatched comfort.
Hull & Deck by H&H Marine, Steuben, ME
Interior & Systems by TPH Builders, Hampton, NH
LOA: 38’ Beam: 15’ Draft: 4’4” Bridge Clearance: 11’
Engine: Yanmar Engine HP: 370 Engine Model: 6LYA-STP Year: 2002 Engine Hours: 348.3
Cruising Speed: 10 knots Max Speed: 18 knots
Steering: Capilano Hydraulic Steering on a Stainless Steel Rudder
Prop: 28x26 Four Blade Shaft: 2” Stainless
Fuel: 2 x 225 Fiberglass Water: 2 x 115 Plastic Holding: Gray Water
The forward stateroom features an island queen aft of the chain locker. Under the berth is an abundance of storage, plus 3 large easily accessible drawers. To starboard is a hanging locker accompanied by 2 dresser-style cabinets with 6 drawers and 5 drawers each. To port is another hanging locker accompanied by 1 dresser-style cabinet with 5 drawers. There are eight opening ports with screens and 3 hatches allowing for superb ventilation.
Walking aft to port is the head and separate full size fiberglass shower stall. The head is a Sun-Mar Excel NE Composting Toilet. The Peachtree white acrylic sink is surrounded by formica counters with access panels to large storage areas. To starboard are guest bunk beds.
Up a few steps into the bright & airy salon area. The helm is located to starboard. Aft of the helm is a full size red leather couch with plenty of room for relaxing. The galley is up to port forward of the convertible dinette, with large storage areas under. Throughout the interior is a teak and holly sole and white bead-board headliner. The main salon features a 5 faceted windshield and 7 opening, screened thermal paned windows. The helm station has a door to assist in docking. The aft wall has a screened thermal paned vinyl-clad sliding glass door. The engine is fully accessible by removing 3 access panels surrounding the engine room. There are also several opening panels in the sole that allow excellent access to the mechanical systems. The boat is heated by a 2-zone Hurricane diesel-fired furnace, which also makes hot water in the 12 gallon SuperStor tank. Hot water can also be made via solar or A/C shore power.
The interior has been painted with white high gloss enamel throughout.
Single Full- Size Peachtree White Acrylic Sink
White Formica Counter Tops
3 Burner SeaWard “Princess” Propane Oven
Tundra T-80 Fridge & Freezer
4 Cabinet Style Drawers
Large storage under sink & oven
The Blue Seas AC & DC circuit breaker panel is at the helm station for easy monitoring of all electrical systems.
3 AGM 8D Batteries – 230 Amp Hours Each
100 Amp Starting Battery
8 – 120 Watt Kyocera Solar Panels
Outback MX-60 Controller
2000 Watt Freedom Heart Inverter with a Link 1000
The following items are located at the helm.
Standard Horizon Intrepid VHF with RAM Mike
Standard Horizon Depth Sounder
Hull & Deck
The hull is solid hand-laid fiberglass. The deck, sidewalls & overhead are hand-laid fiberglass cored with Corecell foam. The boat has been totally insulated with spray foam for maximum comfort.
St. Croix Dinghy Davits
2-65 lb CQR Plow Anchors both with 85’ chain & 150’ rode
Muir Cougar HR1100 Electric Windlass
30 Amp Shore Power Cord
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