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|Boat name||Grace (Magic)|
|Full HIN in standard format||ZCJ 00097 1180|
|Hull moulding (month-year)||11-1980|
|Owner(s)||Tony Heathcliff, 2021+|
(W Craig Rowdon, 2011 - 2021)
(Barry Meyer 1980 - 2011)
|Homeport and location||Hoboken, NJ (Quantico, VA) (Hilton Head, SC)(Marathon, FLA)|
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|Brief history||Grace resided ~2020 in a fresh water lake (Queens Harbor) in Jacksonville FL, connected to the ICW by a lock system. She has sailed as far South as Columbia and has several sails as far as Bar Harbor and south to Fort Jefferson. She is reengined with a Yanmar 4JH3E, a 3 blade folding Maxprop, and had a major refit in 2018. I’ve owned her for the past 12 years and she has been flawless in every way (Craig Rowdon). Then sold to a liveaboard in 2022, last seen Hoboken, NJ.|
Corbin 39 Cutter, aft cockpit, MK 1, Tall mast (60’ 6”) double spreader
Davit equipped for easy dingy deployment
Lewmar Pro Windless, all chain to main anchor (oversized Mantus), spare Delta (35 lbs) on 30 ft chain/200 ft rope rode.
Four two speed winches, 2 one speed winches.
Garmin 746XS Chartplotter/Sounder (forward sounder placement) with AIS interface
Hawkeye sounder (aft sounder placement)
Raymarine Chart Plotter
Raymarine wheel drive Autopilot with remote
Air Conditioning (Dometic/MarineAir - CLM16KC/1)
Dickerson “Alaska” Diesel Heater (gravity feed tank/plumbed to main)
Frigibar Lectriciceman Marine refrigerator/freezer
Primus Windpower Air X Marine wind generator
“Solare” 24x46 Solar Panel coupled to Sunsei Digital controller/monitor
Standard Horizon VHF radio (cabin mounted) with AIS/GPS and remote mike in cockpit - mast mounted antenna
Uniden VHF radio (in cockpit) - rear rail mounted antenna
2 Group 8D AGM batteries - 245 x 2 AMP hours of power - solar/wind/Balmar charged. Upgraded smart charger.
Yanmar 4JH3E diesel with slightly over 2000 hours on it - 56hp of perfection for this boat coupled to a 3 blade folding Maxprop (getting you nearly an additional 3/4 nautical mile/hour while under sail) and reverse thrust equal to forward thrust with none of the ugly prop walk associated with a fixed prop. Engine is easily accessible from nearly all angles.
Recent new main (lazy jack equipped) - custom made (Jasper and Bailey, Newport RI)
New Balmar Alternator 60-100-SR-IG 100 AMP
Three burner stove
Custom folding table in cockpit
2 Hella Turbo Fans. 2 Caframo auto-off fans
New windows all around - Chemist GP Cell-Cast acrylic
West Marine stereo
Cedar lined storage
Marine over the air TV antenna
110 volt Electric/engine supplied water heater
120 gallon diesel capacity (burns about .8 gal/hr) 140 gallon water capacity