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Mariner
1976 | 37' Fisher Motorsailer Ketch for Sale

1976 Fisher

37' (11.28m) Motorsailer - Mariner

New owner has had a change of plans, Mariner is back on the market and available immediately. Fisher boats have retained much popularity with boat enthusiasts who sought a comfortable blend of a traditional sailing vessel and a motoryacht.


Vessel ID# 2778010      Last Updated: 2021-02-20 09:00:27

$ 79,000 USD

€ 65,606 Euros
€ 98,938 CAD

Description

New owner has had a change of plans, Mariner is back on the market and available immediately. Fisher boats have retained much popularity with boat enthusiasts who sought a comfortable blend of a traditional sailing vessel and a motoryacht. Over a thousand Fishers were built over the years and its classic appearance yet practical design has helped this style vessel remain popular. This 1979 Fisher motorsailer has been designed and equipped for safe and comfortable extended cruising. Mariner would also make a comfortable live aboard vessel. With its trawler style bow, canoe stern and pilot house with high, molded bulwarks, Mariner is ready for coastal cruising and her next owner. Easy to see, located in Cambridge, Maryland.


Data Sheet

LOA: 37' " (11.28 Meters)

Type: Sail - Used

Year: 1976

Beam: 12' "

Draft Max: 5' 3"

Draft Min: ' "

Cabins: 1

Single Berths:

Heads: 1

Maximum Speed: 7 Knots

Cruise Speed: 5 Knots

Range NMI:

Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank: 110 Gallons (416.4 Liters)

Fresh Water: 110 Gallons (416.4 Liters)

Holding Tank: Gallons ( Liters)

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MAIN DESCRIPTION

New owner has had a change of plans, Mariner is back on the market and available immediately. Fisher boats have retained much popularity with boat enthusiasts who sought a comfortable blend of a traditional sailing vessel and a motoryacht. Over a thousand Fishers were built over the years and its classic appearance yet practical design has helped this style vessel remain popular. This 1979 Fisher motorsailer has been designed and equipped for safe and comfortable extended cruising. Mariner would also make a comfortable live aboard vessel. With its trawler style bow, canoe stern and pilot house with high, molded bulwarks, Mariner is ready for coastal cruising and her next owner. Easy to see, located in Cambridge, Maryland.

WALKTHROUGH

Stepping aboard Mariner, one immediately notices the Fishers stability and seaworthiness. Its wide and easy to navigate topsides lead back to the teak accented cockpit forward the canoe style stern. The pilothouse is accessed through a companionway door just to port of the centerline, forward of the cockpit. Entering the cozy pilothouse, accented with a beautiful teak interior, excellent visibility 360 degrees and substantial elevation to easy see forward and aft. A companionway located starboard of the centerline leads one down into a comfortably sized salon with galley to port. A settee, table and seating for five is located forward of the galley. The head is located to starboard, across from the galley, next to the companionway to the upper helm. Moving forward, a roomy and comfortable sized V berth with storage below.

SPECIFICATIONS

Specifications

LOA: 37 ft

Full Keel

Beam: 12'0"

LWL: 32'6"

Max Draft: 5'3"

Displacement: 30,000 lbs

Ballast: 13000 lbs

Airdraft: 50'

RIGGING

Furling Main Quantum Sails 2018

Furling Mizzen

Furing Genoa 2018

All controlled from cockpit

All rigging replaced in 2017


Ketch Rig

Farnet roller furling system on main

Farnet roller furling system on mizzenHarken MK3 roller furling system headsail 2009

120% furling job (2019)


All running rigging leads aft to cockpit sheet stoppers and winches for solo sailing

coachroof mounted mainsheet traveler


Inboard deck mounted genoa tracks

Outboard bulwark mounted genoa tracks

Mast mounted spinnaker pole track / storage system (pole not included)

Mast mounted halyard winches

Cockpit coaming mounted genoa sheet winches

Cockpit side mounted winches for main furling and downhaul

GROUND TACKLE

Heavy duty ground tackle

Rocna 55 lb anchor

Danforth anchor

Bruce anchor

200 ft chain for main anchor

multiple nylon rodes

Sea anchor with 180' nylon rode

ENGINE

Repowered in 2001

Deutz Mann 88 hp

model TD 229-4

1221 hours

three blade prop

ELECTRONICS

2018 B&G MFD touchscreen 12 inch

Integrated repeater, AIS and VHF

Raymarine Chart plotter Radar Digital Depth C7

Raymarine ST 70 Autopilot with hydraulic motor

Bow thruster

EPIRB 406 with GPS

SALON

Large U shaped Settee to port converts to queen berth

Long bench seat to starboard converts to a single berth

Generous storage under and behind all seating

Updated salon cushions and fabric 2009

Easy access to bilge through removable floor boards

Privacy doors to pilothouse and forward cabin

Espar diesel heater with duct to main salon and forward cabin

Dickerson fireplace with venting mounted on starboard bulkhead

Weems and Plath barometer, temperature, humidity and clock/tide mounted on port bulkhead

Open teak storage cabinetry with fiddles mounted along port and starboard hull sides

Customer bar and liquor cabinet with bottle storage

Galley to port against pilothouse bulkhead

Head to starboard against pilothouse bulkhead

Full access to front of the engine under companionway steps

3 oil lamps

Sound system with four speakers

Four LED reading lights

Three dome lights with night vision settings

Two LED strips

Twelve volt fan

Red Lighting throughout boat for night vision retention

GALLEY

ENO 2 burner propane stove installed 2015

Pressure regulator and spare bottle in dedicated locker

Large Stainless steel sink

Franklin Chef 0.7 cubic ft microwave

Norcold 110/12v refrigerator/freezer

Large top loading ice box

Tile backsplash

Teak parquet flooring

Hot and cold pressurized water

Manual cold water foot pump

Isotemp slim 120 v water heater with heat exchanger - installed 2014

Under Over counter storage cabinetry

Fire extinguisher

PILOTHOUSE

Simpson Lawrence rack and pinion steering

Helm Station with full engine instrumentation and breaker panels

Anchor windlass controls

Auto pilot

Captains helm chair

L shaped settee with removable table

Overhead chart storage tibes

Powerful LED searchlight with remote control (wired and wireless) Installed 2019

Sliding windows port, starboard and aft

3 forward windshield windows - center opens for ventilation

window wipers on side windows with fresh water spray

Full Navigation system with flip up chart desk

Storage cabinet

Overhead handrails and large overhead sliding hatch with plexiglass insert for sail visibility

Pilothouse sole boards lift for full access to engine and systems

Large storage area for tools, safety equipment, cockpit awning, tiller and grill

Mariner has three compasses, one large brass in the pilothouse, one in the cockpit and one in the forward cabin

CABIN

Spacious cabin with louvered teak privacy door

Large double V berth bunk with removable filler cushion

Brass side ports with screens

Large overhead Bomar Ocean hatch

Bulkhead mounted teak ladder for easy hatch access

Hanging lockers

Storage under berth

LED reading light

12 volt fan

small compass to check heading

ADDITIONAL ITEMS

Gangway

BBQ with gas bottles

Man overboard pole

Sea Anchor with 180'line

Pair of stainless steel davits with blocks and lines

Cockpit shade with metal frame

SAFETY EQUIPMENT

Manual bilge pump

two automatic electric bilge pumps

One electric bilge pump - switch operated

Man overboard module life sling

4 adult pfd's

horn

bell

multiple fire extinguishers

Emergency tiller

stern boarding ladder

Epirb 406 with GPS

smoke alarm

Carbon monoxide detector

DECK FEATURES

High molded fiberglass bulwark with teak cap rail

Dual midship and aft drain chocks on side decks covered with teak planking

Raised coach roof

Trawler style bow with two bow rollers

Bow, stern and midship heavy duty cleats

Coachroof mounted Stainless classic SS and red cowlings

Coachroof and pilothouse mounted handrails

New 18x18 Bomar "Ocean" hatch - forward cabin

Bulwark mounted life line running from stainless bow rail to stainless stern rail

Rigged jack lines to clasp harness lines

Three large fenders

Multiple smaller fenders and fender boards

COCKPIT

Canoe stern

Deep cockpit with high molded fiberglass coamings

self bailing cockpit

Teak capped bulwark

"V" shaped cockpit settee with storage lockers

Cockpit canopy

Pair of removeable stainless dingy davits with blocks and lines

Sliding pilot house door

Stainless Steel stern rail with mizzen sheet tack

Custom teak sole grate

Brass light fixture with led lamp

Man overboard sling and tackle ready for deployment on mizzen boom

East deployable Man Overboard marker with weight, float and flag

COMFORT SYSTEMS

Side power SP75T 4.4Kw Bow Thruster with dedicated batteries

Lofrans Tigress 1000 watt Electric Anchor Windlass with foot switches and helm control stations

Espar D4L Diesel heater with ducting for main and forward cabin

Dickerson solid fuel fireplace with flue and tiled heat resistant backing

Black and Decker 10.000 btu portable air conditioning unit

12 volt fans in pilothouse and below

built in liquor cabinet and bottle storage

ENGINE

Deutz TD229-4 88hp freshwater cooled diesel installed 2001

Dual fuel filters, switchable

Fuel polishing system with dedicated pump

Single lever engine control

Full engine instrumentation

PowerMax 150 amp High output alternator 2010

Balmar Max charge MC-614 multi stage voltage regulator -2010

Freedom 25 - 250 watt Inverter charger -2009

Amp hour +2 meter for monitoring battery discharge

30 amp shore power inlet

2 AGM 8D house batteries

2 AGM G24 580 CCA Engine start batteries

2 AGM G27 750 CCA Bow thruster and windlass batteries

3 battery selector switches - one for each battery bank

Multiple 110v outlets - GFI protected

Disclaimer

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.

ENGINES

Engine 1
  • Engine Make: Duetz Mann
  • Engine Model: TD229-4
  • Engine Year: 2001
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP: 81.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 1221.00

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Curtis Stokes & Associates have a brokerage office in St. Michaels, Maryland. The St. Michaels office is run by yacht broker Bill Boos, a long time resident of the Eastern Shore and a well known broker for many years for the Delmarva area.

St. Michaels is on the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay, a delightful cruising area and boating center. There are many rivers in the Chesapeake Bay area to explore by boats and yachts.

St. Michaels is famous as a boating and cultural center featuring the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, St. Michaels Museum at St. Mary’s Square, and the Classic Motor Museum. Excellent harbor facilities and many boater friendly restaurants, shops and attractions can be found. St. Michaels has a long history of boat building and commercial fishing since before the Revolutionary War. Many homes and other structures in the town reflect the historical significance of St. Michaels.



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