70' (21.44m) - Mosey
Unique opportunity to finish this quality yacht to your personal liking!
- Jacksonville Beach Florida United States
- Steel Hull
Mosey is a long range, heavy displacement trawler with the capabilities of crossing any ocean, with utmost fuel efficiency of 3 gal/hour at cruising speed of 8 kts.. From the keel to the roof of the pilot house, she is constructed of mild steel ranging from the 1” thick keel plate to the 3/16” thick pilot house roof. Everything above the pilot house is built from marine-grade aluminum, including the flybridge skirt and the equipment mast. Aluminum was used in these upper structures to keep the center of gravity low, thus increasing the initial and ultimate stability. The flybridge skirt is welded to the mild steel pilothouse roof using Dupont Detacoupler transition joints often used in military vessels. The aluminum mast is attached to the pilothouse roof using edge on 316 flat bar and Delrin insulation, and since it’s hinged, can be lowered to achieve a 19 foot bridge clearance.
The design concepts were created with the goal of creating a safe and capable passagemaker capable of going off grid, with enhanced security and storage, a fuel range of up to 8,000 miles, and bullet grade lexan windows. This is a serious yacht for a capable carpenter to add cabinetry and flooring, along with other finishing touches. Call or email for additional photos or personal tour.
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LOA: 70' 4" (21.44 Meters)
Type: Power - Used
Beam: 18' "
Bridge Clearance: 19' "
Draft Max: 6' "
Draft Min: ' "
Queen Berths: 2
Maximum Speed: 10.4 Knots
Cruise Speed: 8 Knots
Range NMI: 8000
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Steel
Fuel Tank: 2950 Gallons (11166.96 Liters)
Fresh Water: 500 Gallons (1892.71 Liters)
Holding Tank: 39 Gallons (147.63 Liters)
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Main cabin aft with queen berth with 9” memory foam mattress, lighted vanity, 2-person Duet Jacuzzi tub with handheld spray wand, bedside safe, private head with LG ventless washer/dryer, ample storage
Guest cabin with ensuite head, queen berth with 9” memory foam mattress, loads of storage,
Office work station/chart table
Mitsubishi split 3-zone smart inverter heat pump HVAC (no water flow needed, works while dry docked)
Large salon with galley up
Raised pilothouse with Stidd 1200 double helm seat, watch berth, dutch doors port and stbd, sliding door aft
Hull and decks
Sparkman Stephens hull design
True full displacement steel hull with soft chines
2’ wide keel
1” thick keel plate
5/16” steel bottom
3/8” thick keel sides
¼” sides above water line
3/16” pilothouse/salon sides
Fully protected 32” Michigan workhouse propeller
Lexan bullet grade windows, ½” tempered glass doors
Welded 316L safety rail
1200 lb hydraulic davit off port side, with 3 axis control
500 lb pipe davit off starboard side
Maxwell VWC 4000 24v Windlass with foot controls and remote
80 kg anchor and 400 feet chain (total weight apx 1300 lbs)
Anchor chain brake, seawater washdown system
Storm snubber near waterline on bow for lowering anchor scope and releasing stress on chain rollers
12” Wesmar dual prop 24-volt bow thruster
Engine Room and Bilge
Walk-in, all steel engine room with FireBoy fire suppression system
Single John Deere 608a AFM01 with TwinDisk gear, apx 2479 hours rated continuous duty at 1900 RPM
At cruising speed of 8 kts (S/L ratio 1.0), engine turns 1325 RPM
Twin sea chests in isolated water room, eliminating thru-hulls
2800 gallon diesel capacity, in 4 tanks, plus 150 gallon day tank
Engine draws fuel only off day tank, after fuel runs through dual Racor 500 filters
Jabsco fuel polishing/transfer system rated continuous duty
Racor 1000 fuel filters
Electronics & Entertainment
ICOM M802 SSB
ICOM M602 VHF
Furuno Autopilot with continuous running pump
Furuno CE0560 64 mile radar with NAVnet
Furuno RD30 navigational data organizer
Furuno GPS/WAAS Navigator DGPS GP-37
Dual GVOX TFT color monitors
Maretron DSM200 multi-function w/ SSC200 Electronic rate-adjusted gyro compass
Computer based navigation
Jabsco search light
Polaroid flat screen HDTV with Clarion sound system (salon)
Jenn Air 2-Drawer refrigerator
Additional KitchenAid side refrigerator
Fisher & Paykel Dishwasher
KitchenAid trash compactor
Raritan Ice maker
Bountiful cabinet and drawer storage
Electrical and Plumbing
Westerbeke 12.6 kw generator (needs repair) in sound shield, with apx 2100 hours
12 AGM golf cart batteries wired in 3 groups of 4 for 24v DC service
Dual Xantrex 1800 inverters
24v/60 amp charger
Charles Industries Isoboost transformer
Custom Paneltronics electrical panels for 24v, 120 and 240v
Floating ground with single hull attachment point behind panels
HRO 700 gal/day watermaker
475 gallon stainless steel fresh water tank
Dual 30 gallon water heaters, plumbed in series
Manifold water distribution using PEX lines and fittings
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 Make: John Deere
- Engine Model: 6081 AFM01
- Engine Year:
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Direct
- Power HP: 0.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 2479.00
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Barbara is based in Jacksonville, FL and concentrates on yacht sales and marketing for the firm from South Carolina to the Space Coast area of Florida.
Beginning in her teen years in Atlanta, Barbara was power boating and water skiing before taking up sailing in college, the result of a weekend seminar she took through the Yale Sailing Club. By 29, Barbara was “hooked” as a boat owner herself (her first vessel being a 25-foot Pearson, which she enjoyed on Lake Lanier).
Having chartered extensively throughout the Caribbean and sailed the southeast coastal waters of the U.S., she is comfortable on just about any size vessel. And because she believes that “good crew brings good food”, she is readily welcomed aboard.
Barbara is a leader in the Jacksonville boating community, and has held numerous board positions for North Florida Cruising Club, including Commodore. She is past Secretary of Jacksonville Sail and Power Squadron and a member of both MTOA and AGLCA. As a past Rotarian and past volunteer for Treat The Troops and Samoyed Rescue, she definitely gives back to her community. Barbara is a member of American Mensa and a graduate of the Chamber of Commerce Leadership Academy.
With more than three decades experience in the real estate profession, she is skilled in negotiations and the detail oriented nature of yacht transactions. When she isn’t helping clients with their nautical needs, she is an avid boater herself and loves what she calls White Knuckle Sailing, with winds resulting in small craft warnings.
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Curtis Stokes & Associates
Curtis Stokes & Associates are headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The Fort Lauderdale office is run by president and yacht broker Curtis Stokes, a long time resident of Fort Lauderdale and a well known broker for many years in the South Florida area.
Fort Lauderdale is on the southeastern coast close to the Florida Keys, Bahamas and the Caribbean. Fort Lauderdale is known as a crossroads of yachting and is home to 165 miles of water ways and many marinas providing ample dockage for yachts. The Fort Lauderdale Boat Show every fall is the world’s largest attracting a world wide clientele.