Hardin Sea Wolf '40 in Salinas PR, $49,000

about 4 years ago
Hardin Sea Wolf '40 in Salinas PR, $49,000
Price
$49,000.00
Brand
Avon
Seller
heatherbrie
Available on
Cruiser Forum
Location
Caribbean
Description

With great sadness we’re putting our boat up for sale. In an unusual plot twist, it turns out the Mr. didn’t like sailing. We poured two years of hard work into upgrading and improving the Picaroon, our 40’ 1978 Hardin Sea Wolf, and now YOU get to benefit. She treated us well during our year and a half in the Caribbean and is ready for her new owners to start their Caribbean adventure.
Picaroon is in ready-to-sail condition, with brand-new Dynex Dux rigging, chain plates, navigation systems, life raft, interior upholstery, etc. Because we moved from PR to Bangkok, Thailand, you’re also getting all the household supplies, including my beloved Calphalon cookware, which means you could sail her away tomorrow.
The Picaroon is a Hardin Sea Wolf, designed in the sixties by William Garden, and built in ’78 in Taiwan. She’s ketch-rigged; forty feet long from stem to stern, with a six-foot bowsprit. Her full keel draws six feet.*She’s not fast, but she’s sea-kindly and steers herself well, and is very comfortable. She’s beautiful inside and out – while she’s a solid and non-leaky fiberglass boat, you think you’re on an old wooden ketch, especially when snugged up in the all-teak saloon enjoying a fire in the wood-burning stove on a chilly evening.
She’s in Salinas, PR and we’re selling her for $49,000 - a bargain, but we want her to have new owners who will love her and take care of her soon!
If you’re interested, please PM with your email address through the forum.
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Boat Name
Picaroon
Specs
Builder: Hardin Yachts, Taiwan
Designer: William Garden
Flag of Registry: United States
Keel: Full
Hull Shape: Monohull
Dimensions
LOA: 40 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 0 in
LWL: 32 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 0 in
Displacement: 27000 lbs
Ballast: 9000 lbs
Engines
Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Isuzu
Engine Model: Pisces
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine(s) Total Power: 40 HP
Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: (100 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (45 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (35 Gallons)
Accommodations
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
Vessel Walkthrough
(2 cabin, 1 head)
Forward cabin (currently used as a sail locker) – stowage below, and 2 large lockers above
Starboard double berth with stowage below, hanging locker with removable shelves and (2) lockers above the bunk.
Salon has folding table and cabinets and drawers all round.* Settees to port and starboard
Table to port seats for and doubles as large chart table.* Overhead cupboard for chart storage.* Storage below and behind seating.
Galley & Water Systems
Raritan PHC manual head with separate shower stall
Single stainless steel sink
Manual faucets for fresh and salt water
Adler-Barbour fridge/freezer (not operational, set up for water or air cooling)
Insulated ice box
Cutlery, dinnerware, pots, pans and utensils
Waffle maker
Pressure cooker
Katadyne Power Survivor 40E watermaker (installed but not operational)
Rule sump pump
Pressurized water system (hot/cold)
Manual fresh water
Manual salt water
6 Gals Seaward water heater – dockside or engine heated (2011)
Force 10 propane, 2 burner stove with oven and broiler; gimbaled
Blender
Coffee grinder
Electronics & Navigation
Raytheon Autohelm S70 autopilot (2000) linked to wind gauge (course computer requires repair)
Garmin ETrex secondary GPS handheld unit
Airmar transducer depth sounder (2011)
SGC-2000 Powertalk SSB radio (2000)
Raytheon S60 WIND with speed and direction (2000)
JVC stereo (2000) with Bose speakers in salon and West Marine speakers in cockpit
Scanner, printer
406 MHz ACR Global Fix EPRIB (2001)
Garmin GPSmap 700 primary GPS, linked to depth, water temperature, water speed and radar
Garmin 18HD radar (2011)
Airmar transducer water speed with paddlewheel (2011)
Standard Horizon RAM primary VHF with RAM extension at helm
Ritchie SP5 compass (2004)
Radar detector (2000)
Paper navigation tools
C.A.R.D. radar detector systems (2000)
Monitor wind vane steering gear
Electrical Systems
160 Ample power alternator with dual belt power take off (2000)
Ample Power “Next Step” Model 3 Stage Smart Regulator
(3) 75 Watt Solar Pro solar panels with multistage 25 amp smart regulator
Heart Interface MON battery monitor
Ample Power Isolator Eliminator battery bank isolator
100 amp Balmar secondary alternator (2001)
(6) 6 Volt Deka MarineMaster GC15G AGM batteries with 580 total amp hrs (2010)
12 Volt Deka MarineMaster 4D engine battery (2010)
30 Amp at 12 Volt ProMariner ProTech battery charger with 3 stage charging
1000 Watt Ample Power inverter while switching wired to 110 Volt house circuits
Sails & Rigging
Sitka spruce (box section), Hardin main mast
Dynex Dux (2011), Colligo Marine standing rigging with lashings and deadeyes ends (2011)
Garhauer mainsheet traveler
Spinnaker pole
Lewmar self-tailing jibsheet winches; Hardin-Lewmar mainsheet winch; Hardin-Lewmar halyard winches
Sail area: 880ft2
Working jib; drifter; forestaysail; storm staysail; storm trysail
Sitka spruce (box section), Hardin mizzen mast
Garhauer rigid vang
Garhauer jibsheet lead tracks
Roller furler for headsail
Kern Sails main sail 370ft2 (2001) with full battens and jiffy reef
Kern Sails genoa 360ft2 (2001)
UK Allen Annapolis mizzen sail 150ft2 (2011) with battens and jiffy reef
Deck & Hull
LED bulbs in high use areas
20 Kg Bruce primary anchor (2004) with 200 ft of 5/16” G4 chain (2013) and 400 ft of 5/8” nylon rode
20 lb Danforth stern anchor 50ft of 5/16” high-test chain shackled to 100ft nylon
Jack lines
Horseshoe buoy
Dual bow rollers
Stanchions and lifelines
Dodger (2012)
5 dock lines (2011); 2 medium fenders, 2 large fenders
Aquasignal tricolor masthead light (2001)
Swim ladder
Yamaha 4HP outboard engine (2011)
Revere Offshore Commander 4 man liferaft in a valise (2011)
45 Lb CQR secondary anchor
5kg Bruce dinghy anchor with 30ft of chain
Lifesling
(3) Inflatable life jackets, (4) conventional ocean type life jackets
Pulpit
Bimini
Side curtains
Simpson Lawrence Horizon 1500 windlass
LED deck level navigation lights (2011)
Avon 310 Air dinghy (2000)
Mechanical Equipment
Engine Hours: 1700 hrs (July 2013)
Oil pressure, water temperature, ignition, alternator and filter alarms
Emergency stop
Raw water sea strainer
Borg-Warner Velvet Drive 70C transmission with separate coil cooler
Fire extinguishers in ea. cabin, head, galley, salon and cockpit
Emergency tiller
Vented propane locker
1 Micron primary fuel filter
Secondary dual Racor MDL 500, 2 micron
Kidde auto halon fire extinguisher
Propane alarm
Halon auto fire extinguishing in engine room
(2) Rule bilge pumps with 3700 gph – upper pump is wired to alarm and masthead strobe
Whale Gusher 10 manual bilge pump at helm station