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This Boat is Off Market

  • Sold
  • Sail / Cutter
  • Ted Brewer / Bulldog
  • 1988 / Used
  • 30' / 10'5"
  • 1991 Yanmar 3GM30F
  • Diesel

Cutter 1988 Ted Brewer Bulldog

Off Market since Sep 23rd 2022

To see full description of this boat from the seller click on the Seller Description tab above.

This aluminum Ted Brewer designed custom built cutter is located in Cambridge, Maryland and is ready for her next owner. It's design and aluminum hull translate to speed, the current owner recorded 7.5 knots on it's last voyage north. Speed and durability are it's strong points. Schedule an appointment and see all of the advantages aluminum builds have to offer.

MAIN DESCRIPTION

This aluminum Ted Brewer designed custom built cutter is located in Cambridge, Maryland and is ready for her next owner. It's design and aluminum hull translate to speed, the current owner recorded 7.5 knots on it's last voyage north. Speed and durability are it's strong points. Schedule an appointment and see all of the advantages aluminum builds have to offer.

SAIL INFORMATION

Sail area/Displacement ratio 16:1

Sail area 528 Sq ft

WALK THROUGH

From the spacious cockpit, moving forward into the cabin, one finds a roomy salon area, kitchenette to port, navigation station to starboard, berth/storage to aft on the starboard side. Ample storage on both port and starboard moving forward toward the V berth with a head located on the port side.

ELECTRONICS

Garmin GPSMap 840 xs with Sonar transducer and blue chart (2015)

Icom M506 marine VHF radio with dedicated antenna (2015)

Garmin GMR hd 18 inch radome (2016)

Garmin GXM 53 Sirius XM weather Antenna

85 watt Solar/KISS wind generator with smart controller

Raymarine ST-4000 tiller autopilot with SPX-5 Course Computer

SAILS AND RIGGING

Sails and Rigging

Jib and Staysail on Harken roller furling

Unused spare furling jib and staysails

H and H 0.75 oz. asymmetrical spinnaker

Two sets ST Harken cockpit coming two speed winches #30 and #40

Mainsail in good condition with twin reef points

Mast mounted Harken #20 St winch and clutches

1st an 2nd boom mounted reef points

Bridge deck mount Harken #15 ST winch and clutches

Slab reefing and lazy jacks

Rigid adjustable boom vang

Runnign back stays on titanium blocks

Two (spinnaker and whisker) poles with mast mounting track

Extensive ground tackle and fenders

Eletric and manual Simpson windlass

110 ft chain 5/16 inch

190 ft nylon twist rode

Two stinless steel bow anchor rollers

Spade S-80 33# and Spade S-100 44# anchors

Fortress FX-37 aluminum anchor on 12 chain and 75 ft nylon rode

Two cockpit lazarettes with fenders, shore tackle

ENGINE

Maintenance was recently conducted on the engine by a mechanic, heads were removed, inspected and cleaned. Injectors were removed, inspected, cleaned and adjusted. The exhaust elbow was also replaced.

Yanmar 30GM30F (1991)PSS dripless shaft seal and tail shaft professionally installed and aligned

Flawless run up to 3400 rpm; crusies 6.3 knots @2400 rpm

Fires up on first turnover , no smoke, mixing elbow changed and SS spare

All belts, synthetic oil, fuel biocide, filters and impellers changed on routine scheduled maintenance

Forespar marelon inlet and outlet seacocks

Electric and manual fuel gauges

Racor 500 fg2 30 micron primary fuel filter with vacuum gauge

Racor 500 ma 30 micron series fuel filter

Manuals available

DIMENSIONS

LOA 31 ft

LOD 30 ft

LWL 26 ft

Beam 10 ft 5 inches

Draft 4 ft 11 inches

Ballast 5000 poured lead

Displacement 12,000 lbs

Sail area 528 ft

Construction Aluminum 5086 Alloy

Displacement/Length ration 305

Sail area/Displacement ration: 16:1

Comfort Ratio: 29.8 (Ted Brewer formula)

75 gals fresh water

58 Gals diesel fuel, twin aft tanks

RADAR ARCH

Garmin GMR hd 18 inch radome (2016)

Garmin GXM 53 Sirius XM Weather antenna (20150

85 Watt Solar/KISS wind generator with smart controller

Engine hoist and davits

Fishing rod hodler

Magma propane grill

GALLEY

Force 10 three burner stove (propane locker has been removed, plans for external tank on stern

ISoTemp hot water heater with valve to engine heating

Dometic CU Adler Barbour Fridge/Freezer with water cooler

Dometic DTU 10k marine air/heater with SMX controller

Ample storage lockers beneath port and starboard berths

10 opening/latching drawers near galley and chart table

8 opening lockers for cookware, bulk stowage and dive gear

SAFETY

collision bulkhead forward at waterline

Rule-mate 1100-A electric bilge pump (1100 gph) (2017)

Jabsco 36600 electric bilge pump (475 gph)

Rule switched 3800 gph 17A (d) electric bilge pump

Whale gusher 30 manual bilge pump (1860 gph)

Through hole bungs

MOB pole, life ring, PFD

Lifelines, bow pulpit, bimini and dodger handholds

Mast steps and mast pulpit

Aluminum slotted tow rail with scuppers

Full Length polycarbonate rub rail

Kiwigrip non-skid deck paint

Custom weld swim step/rudder guard with dive ladder

Rechargeable 2900 lumen LED spotlight

Deck and cockpit lighting

Fully equipped USCG approved nav/anchor lighting

Teak drainable cockpit seating

Teak companionway ladder

Teak cabin sole

Full length cabin handrails and grab bars

Stove railing and adjustable pot holders

Two vices mounted on centerline workbench

Fire extinguishers

OWNER COMMENTS

The current owner is an experienced single hander with several Atlantic crossings behind him, and four trips to NewFoundLand and Labrador, for instance. He bought this boat, because the designer Ted Brewer said: [it] is a husky little cutter and was specifically designed for offshore and long range cruising by a couple with occasional guests. It is hard to imagine a thirty footer more suited for blue water sailing and ocean voyages. A brief note from Ted Brewer describing this design is available at https://www.tedbrewer.com/sail_aluminum/bulldog.htm The owner realized that his age is getting in the way of long trips to Northern waters, and sadly, this is no longer the boat for him.

The boat is very well equipped, but a few things still need to be installed, as per spec sheet. During the last half year the owner wanted to make sure there is absolutely no galvanic corrosion in the electrical system and had it inspected. He had all three sails inspected and restitched where necessary, washed, and treated. And he had the engine head off to check the valves and injectors checked and cleaned. Bills for all three recent activities are available.

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.

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