Classic Yacht For Sale

52' Schooner
for Sale


Hartog Schooner Build 1974/1999
60 ft , 20 m
$195,000 Contact us

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Length On Deck:52'

Engine:Detroit Diesel 4-71, 120 hp

Length Overall:60'

Sail Area:2,300 sq. ft.


Fuel:Diesel, 400 gals. 1500 miles @ 5 knots


Water:150 gals.

Displacement:35 tons

Propane:2 - 5 gal tanks

Cold molded with four layers of Honderas Mahogany, sheathed in two layers of 10oz fiberglass cloth all laid up with West System Epoxy. Hull is 1 1/2" thick on 3" x 3" lamenated Oak frames with four 3" x 5" lamenated fir stringers running the full length of the boat. The ballast is internal, iron set in tar. The deck is 1 1/2" straight laid vertical grain fir over 1/2" ply. The pilot house and trunk cabin are 3" thick fir.

The engine was built for powering tanks in World War II and is the mainstay of many commercial fishing vessels. It was rebuilt in 1982 and has approximately 2500 hours on it. It shows signs of wear including low compression and low oil pressure.
The steering is all hydraulic new in 1999. There are two passive pumps, one at each pilot station with a completely sealed slave cylinder for extremely low maintenance.

Raymarine Radar (CRT) and Raymarine Chartplotter (LCD). Raymarine GPS, Autopilot, Compass and knot meter, all integrated on a single network. VHF and SSB. Full compliment of electronic charts - Mediteranian, Caribbean, East and West Coasts as well as Central America to Peru.

Marconi Schooner rig. Five sails new in 2001. Roller furling Genoa. Masts are hollow oval laminated from eight pieces of fir. Wiring runs through internal conduits. Spreaders are fir, stays are all 10mm twisted stainless with compressed fittings. All hardware is custom made stainless.

Aft (main) cabin has a queen sized bed with two deep hanging lockers and large set of 5 drawers. There are multiple book shelves with lots of storage and a small dressing settee.

The pilot house sits in the center of the boat with a full galley, granite counter top, and settee large enough for six people. The pilot house allows a full 360 degree view with a pilot station on the starboard side for a comfortable inside watch day or night. There is also a large custom built refrigerator with 12 volt compressor and large pantry.

Forward of the pilot house is a mid-ships saloon with a double bed, double chest of drawers and a large bookshelf on the starboard side. A full sized desk and writer's cabinet sits just forward of the pilot house, with direct light from a large skylight directly above it. The head is just forward of the desk, with a full sized sink set in a marble counter top. The shower is standard sized, sitting directly under the skylight for maximum light and air.

Forward of the mid-ships saloon is the forepeak with four, 12 foot single berths, two to a side. This area has been used mostly for storage, but crew have claimed it is the most comfortable spot on the boat in a storm.

The boat has all Raymarine electronics - depth, speed, and wind. It is also equiped with 12 mile radar and a large sized Chartplotter. The autopilot is hydraulic and has no problem keeping the boat on course straight down wind in heavy conditions. The VHF antenna is mounted on the top of the tallest mast for maximum reception and the SSB uses the backstay, with great results.

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