|Full Specs/Additional Specs, Equipment, and Information:
Builder: Edey & Duff, Ltd. Designer: Sam Crocker
LOA: 28’3” Beam: 7’1” Draft: 3’6”
Displacement: 4,490 lbs. Ballast (lead): 2,000 lbs.
Sail area: 339 sq.ft.
Engine: BMW Diesel HP: 7 Hours: 149
Max Speed: 4.5 mph
Fuel: 3 gals. Water: 12 gals.
The cabin is elegant, practical, homelike, handsome and full of good wood.
There are nine stowage bins, with flat bottoms and plywood covers, under
the cushions. Seating in the “main saloon” is in either the
“Throne” or the “Mary Brown Step-Seat”. Headroom
is 48”, but with the main hatch open (which opens over all but the
forward few inches of this area) the headroom is virtually infinite. Stove,
icebox and sink are complimented with counters on port and starboard.
Heat is via the cast-iron cabin heater (burns either wood or charcoal),
which both warms and dries the cabin’s interior. The nearly-eight-foot-long
cockpit extends the full width of the boat, with bulwarks high enough
to lean comfortably against. Call BOB FONTAINE.
BMW D7 diesel engine
Single battery (new, 2005)
Whale bilge pump
Wooden mast (varnished)
Roller-furl jib (new, 2005, never used)
Teak cockpit grate
Kerosene cabin lamps
This is a “one-owner” Stone Horse, purchased new by its present
owner. Always a FRESH WATER BOAT, always carefully maintained. This boat
is in very good overall condition; a “fussy” owner would insist
upon re-varnishing the teak. Sails and rigging are in very good condition.
Extremely low engine hours.