1993 BHM Downeast Cruiser
This Maine built Lobster style sedan is one of the proven downeast semi displacement hulls built by the Atlantic Boat Company. Both the name Duffy & Duffy and BHM are synonymous with the reputation that Down east boats have earned. These hulls have been developed over the last 150 years for the rigors of fishing off the Maine coast. With a full keel, flat after sections and a fine entry, these hulls have proven themselves steady in all but the most extreme weather conditions. This efficient, fast, and easy to maintain cruiser is the perfect platform for a couple to transit the ICW or the Great Loop, with plenty of room to entertain along the way. Or head to bluewater in comfort and safety, and make use of the huge cockpit for fishing and diving.
- Downeast Cruiser
- Amelia Island, FL, US
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- 32 ft - 9.75 meter
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Builder: Atlantic Boat Co, Brooklyn, Maine (BHM, Blue Hill Marine)
LOA 31’9” Draft: 3’6” Beam: 11’6” Displacement: 12,000 lbs
Hull Type/Material: Semi-displacement hull with full keel and keel-hung rudder, made of Molded FRP (Fiber Reinforced Plastic). “Treadmaster” non-skid decking.
Propulsion: Single Cummins turbo-charged diesel engine. Cummins 6BTA5-9M2-300 h.p. Transmission: Twin Disks model #506 2½:1 ratio; 6” wet exhaust, trolling valve, 1¾” stainless steel shaft, oil drip pan, 1” sound insulation under cockpit floor.
Engine Hours: ca 1400 Speed: Cruise 17 mph @2200 rpm, Top 23 mph @2800 rpm Fuel Tanks: 200 gal in two tanks, 100 gal@, fiberglass Cooling System: Closed reservoir type cooling with centrifugal type circulating pump, heat exchanger and raw water cooled exhaust system.
Electrical: 12 V system w/30 Amp shore power and AC-DC breaker panel on steering bulkhead. Freedom 20 inverter charger with Link 2000 integrated battery monitor and inverter/charger control. Two 8D batteries mounted in acid proof containers, 1 Guest rotary type high-amperage main battery switch. 16 circuit breakers on main DC panel and 6 on accessory DC panel, all labeled.
Steering: Sea Star hydraulic system; CPT Auto Pilot
Electronics: Icom VHF radio with antennae; Garmin 182C Chart Plotter; 5” Richie Powerdamp compass; Lowrance X-70 depth sounder/fish finder.
Fresh Water Capacity: 55 gal in two fiberglass tanks
Two forward berths with port berth above starboard berth at the bow, storage under each berth. Reading lamps at each berth. Cabin fan.
Head: Enclosed head with Thetford Electramagic toilet, stainless sink in counter, closed storage under sink, open storage behind sink & counter. Macerator pump for overboard discharge through Y valve.
Galley on port side with stainless steel sink in counter, microwave, AC/DC Norcold refrigerator, Butane one-burner stove. Pressurized water system with Raritan 14 hot water heater (110 V) plus engine supplied heat exchanger.
Hanging locker aft of galley. Two 6’ trundle (pull out) settees for two additional bunks and a fold-up teak leaf table in main cabin. Cabin trim is varnished mahogany.
Four opening aluminum windows in rear cabin with hinged door to cockpit. All windows screened. Two Bomar roof hatches (in head and galley) with screens. Plastic table & 4 chairs in cockpit.
Heat/Air Conditioning: Marine Air reverse cycle type Model CME-15K, 16,000 BTU. 1 compressor and 1 air handler unit with touch pad controls, 110 volt AC electric pump.
Equipment: Quarter guards, spray rolls, bronze deck fittings (cleats, mooring bitt & chocks, towing bit). Two windshield wipers, double arm type, stainless steel bow and stern rail, rear deck canopy, two fiberglass hatches over stuffing box & rudder quadrant.
Three bilge pumps: one 110 V, two 12 V.
Three 12 V outlets, three 110 V outlets. Simpson Lawrence manual windlass, 35 lb Delta anchor with 100’ chain + 100’ rode (primary), 25 lb Danforth anchor with 30’ chain + rode (secondary). Chain locker located in bow. One 50’ long 30-amp shore power cord.
Exterior hull is white with red boot top. Bulkheads: Athwartships reinforcement enhanced by main and partial bulkheads bonded to the hull with FRP (fiber reinforced plastic) tabbing. Hull stiffness provided by FRP longitudinal stringers. Bronze chocks & Samson posts thru-bolted, well secured. Teak hand rails port & starboard along cabin house at strategic locations in the cockpit.
Starboard helm station with two removable helm and mate seats plus bench seats to port and starboard sides of the salon which pull out for sleeping.
A new stainless exhaust elbow was installed August 2007
NEW: Two (2) 8-D batteries and canvas cockpit cover installed February 2008.
Bottom repainted October 2008 with high quality bottom paint. Boat mostly on the hard since the bottom was painted.
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.
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