2021 Custom Phil Jones
60' (18.29m) - Jills Magic II
2021 Custom Phil Jones Build Chesapeake Bay Deadrise Excellent Condition
- Hoopers Island Maryland United States
- Fiberglass Hull
$ 690,000 USD
€ 627,141 Euros
$ 940,173 CAD
Motivated Seller! Price reduced to $690,000.00. This 60 foot custom Chesapeake Bay style deadrise was built by Phil Jones of the P.L. Jones Boatyard in Hooper's Island, located on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Jones is arguably one of the most respected boat builders in the region with many decades of experience. Based off of Jones’ own ocean designed hull, this boat was first launched in June of 2021 and was built as a buy boat for the seafood industry in the mid-Chesapeake area. It has wide open decks, a 17 foot, six inch beam and powered by a pristine CAT C-32 engine. This impressive and unique vessel is built to last and must be seen to appreciate.
LOA: 60' " (18.29 Meters)
Type: Power - Used
Beam: 17' 6"
Bridge Clearance: 17' "
Draft Max: 4' "
Draft Min: ' "
Single Berths: 1
Maximum Speed: 27 Knots
Cruise Speed: 22 Knots
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 1000 Gallons (3785.41 Liters)
Fresh Water: Gallons ( Liters)
Holding Tank: Gallons ( Liters)
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This Jones 60 foot Chesapeake Bay workboat was built in 2021 at the P.L. Jones boatyard located on Hooper's Island, located on the Eastern Shore in Dorchester County, Maryland. Phil Jones is a renowned boat builder in the Chesapeake region, having decades of boat building and repair experience. Jones arguably builds some of the finest commercial boats on the Bay. This boat was built off of Jones own ocean designed hull and is of modified V design, a planing hull and a flared bow. It has fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) construction with a deep FRP keel molded into the hull for enhanced stability. It was built as a buy boat for the mid-Chesapeake Bay seafood industry, hence the large open deck and huge cargo area. This boat is fully capable of handling massive loads and built for stability in the worst of conditions. Powered by an immaculate Caterpillar C32, 1200 horsepower powerplant, the boat reportedly tops out at 27 knots with a cruise speed of 22, impressive for a 56 gross-tons rated vessel. As with all Jones boats, this vessel is overbuilt from quality products with attention to detail and the experience of a respected boat builder. With fewer than 600 hours, this fine vessel is in its youth, awaiting its next owner and adventure.
Stepping onto the wide, spacious deck of the Jones 60, one immediately notices how truly immense and capable this boat is. Overhead is an overconstructed aluminum canopy, providing ample shade throughout the deck area. The engine compartment cover is located amidships, is of low height construction, is unobtrusive and powered by an electric motor. The engine compartment is large and allows easy access to all areas of the engine. The deck area is capable of holding literally hundreds of bushels of seafood. A large cargo door is located port side amidships and allows for loading and unloading of cargo. Another cargo door is located on the port side entering into the pilothouse area, which also allows for additional cargo. A second pilothouse door is located to starboard and entering that door moving forward a large helm area is positioned to starboard. All controls needed are within arm's reach of the helm. Large opening windows on each side of the pilothouse as well as a large forward windshield allows for easy visibility. A hatchway in the floor allows access to the bilge area, which again, is large and spacious providing enough room for a large size adult to maneuver unencumbered. Forward of the helm area is a V storage area in the bow area.
Powered by a single Caterpillar C32 V-12 twin turbocharged, intercooled engine. New in 2021. Less than 600 hours. Two Quickshift EC300 by Twin Disc, one at each helm station. Exhaust system is flexible hose to a custom-made raw water-cooled exhaust with FRP silencers, exiting through fittings at the transom. Prop shafts are three inches in diameter and of stainless steel construction. Cooling system is a closed reservoir type system, with raw water cooled exhaust. The transmission is a Twin Disc Model M6X-6599A with a 2.24 gear ratio. A single aluminum 700 gallon diesel fuel tank, with Racor model 1000 fuel water separator. Low oil pressure and overheat alarms.
Onan by Cummins diesel generator. Model 9MDKDL, 9 kw. 120/240 ac. Less than 500 hours. Located midship to port. Sound protected, closed coolant, raw water exhaust. Racor 500 water/fuel separator. New 2021.
Electronics and Navigation System
Twin Garmin GPS Map 8612 XSV 12 inch touchscreens with GPS Plotter Sounder Fishfinder with multiple displays. Garmin open array radar. CAT digital multiple display engine gauge. Standard horizon Matrix VHF. One Danforth Constellation compass at helm. Airmar model B75M transducer. Fusion Model MS-RA70NSX, Fusion speakers.
Nibral five blade propeller three-inch stainless steel prop shaft. Single I beam strut. Rudder is stainless steel 31 inch wide by 40 inch long with a stainless steel two-and-one half inch rudder post. Bennett hydraulic trim tabs. Vetus bow thruster.
Cruisair by Dometic Model DTG16-1171-410. Single self-contained unit in the forward bilge area with a digital control. Compressor rated 16,000 btu's. Thru hull Groco sight style strainer, Dometic electric pump raw water cooling system with raw water and sea strainer assembly.
Six Napa model 1170 lead acid batteries power a 12/24 volt system. Three battery banks, two house, two starting and two generator batteries. All batteries in parallel in approved boxes. Four main battery switches mounted at the helm. Over current protected panels, fuses and circuit breakers. Alternators on the main engine and generator. Bilge high water alarm.
Danfoss hydraulic steering system. Two hlems, one in the pilothouse and one in the cockpit starboard side approximately three quarters to stern. Danfoss model OSB 200 ON, reinforced flexible hose and metallic fittings. Cylinder and ram actuator style.
Danforth style 75lb. Three braid marine grade nylon rode, approximately 150 feet. Galvanized thimble and shackle. Galvanized chain of approximately 10 feet.
Two Rule 2000 gph aft
Three 3700 gph forward
All wired with remote float switches
Freeboard is fifty two (52) inches from the waterline to top of the stern
Scuppers are 22 inches from the waterline to the bottom of the scupper
Hull construction is fiber reinforced plastic
Deck fittings area stainless steel 15 inch cleats at the stern and Sampson post forward
Super structure is aluminum frame
Wash down pump Pacer model SEJLHYC with hose bib starboard side
LED Light fixtures
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.
Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
- Engine Make: Caterpillar
- Engine Model: C32
- Engine Year: 2021
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Direct
- Power HP: 1200.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 500.00
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David P. Robinson
Saint Michaels, MD
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David Robinson is a native of Maryland’s Eastern Shore in Talbot County. David grew up on the shores of the Miles River, enjoying Maryland finest crabbing, fishing, sailing and watersports. His love for boats and boating came at a very early age.David has spent his entire life sailing and boating in the Chesapeake Bay, Atlantic Ocean, Florida Keys, Bahamas and Caribbean. He has gained an extensive knowledge and expertise in many aspects of boating. He achieved his United States Coast Guard Merchant Mariner’s Credential – Master’s License in his thirties and has since guided fly fishing charters and tours through the Bay’s tributaries as well as working as a mate and deck hand on off-shore fishing charters.
He spent years employed in the legal field and the telecom industry before finding his perfect career with Curtis Stokes and Associates as a yacht broker. He enjoys helping potential buyers find their dream yachts and helping owners market and sell their current vessels.
David currently resides near St. Michaels, Md., enjoys offshore fishing for billfish and tuna, fly-fishing for stripers and bluefish in the Chesapeake Bay and owns a small flotilla of powerboats, sailboats, jet-skis, paddleboards and kayaks. Needless to say, he enjoys time on the water when he isn’t partnering the right person with the perfect boat. He is a member of the Miles River Yacht Club, Maryland Salt Water Sportsman’s Association, Coastal Conservation Association, Chesapeake Bay Grady White Club, and the International Game Fish Association among other organizations.
David can be reached by email at David@CurtisStokes.net or by phone at 410-310-8855.
Curtis Stokes & Associates
Saint Michaels, MD
Toll Free: 1-855-266-5676
Curtis Stokes & Associates have a brokerage office in St. Michaels, Maryland.
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.