Spencer 53 Pilothouse Ketch Motor Sailer
Spacious & fast offshore yacht
Spencer 53 Pilothouse Ketch Motor Sailer for sale | 53'0" | 1978 | 1x diesel 70hp | GRP Construction | Fin underwater profile | 4 sleeping berths | Boat REF# 252345
|Builder||Spencer Yachts Of Richmond BC.|
|Lying||Bainbridge Island, WA USA - Shown by Appointment|
|Fuel capacity||360.0 USG Total - 2 Tanks|
|Water capacity||380.0 USG Total - 4 Tanks|
|Engine||1 x diesel 70hp|
|Engine make and model||Isuzu DA220 (1978)|
|Engine Hours||Engine1: 4390|
|Prop(s)||3 blade max prop and spare fixed propeller|
|Fuel consumption (approx)||Not Recorded|
|Cruising speed (approx)||7 knots|
|Max speed (approx)||8.5 knots|
7.5 knots as 2000 RPM, 6 knots at 1700RPM
Dual Racor primary fuel filters
Pindell Engineering diesel tank vent water filter
History of engine maintance and repairs are on file on board.
Diesel tanks recently cleaned
Jabsco blower in engine room
Balmar 150 amp alternator with external Xantrex smart regulator
Eberspacher D-8 forced air diesel heater
Adler Barbour refigeration
Single lever throttle/shift at both helm stations
(2) BEP Matrix tank monitors
Raritan 12 gallon hot water heater
Sealand Tankwatch 4 level indicator in forward head
Transfer pump with primer and Racor between fuel tanks
(2) 30 amp shore power inlets with (4) 50' shore power cords with several adaptors
AC/DC electrical system updated
Blue Seas AC/DC panels
(8) 6v Lifeline house batteries (2012)
(1) 12 Lifeline start battery (2012)
Isolation transformer with 110v/220v switch
New AC/DC wiring
AGM house and start batteries
Newmar VAH110 DC monitor
(2) Blue Seas AC voltmeter/ammeter for shore and inverter power
Blue Seas 120/240v AC selector
Isoguard 3.8kva isolation transformer
Solar panel and wind geverator integrated to system
Ketch rigged unknown Aluminium spars (2009) with Stainless Steel standing rigging (2009)
|Reefing mainsail||Schattauer - roller boom (2009) Fully Battened,|
|Headsail||North Sails - Furling (2009)|
In 2009, this boat was partially re-rigged with a new main mast and Schaefer in-boom furlers for the mainsail and mizzen. A two-speed Harken electric winch for the mainsail halyard was installed. All sail controls may be handled from the cockpit. Steps to the top of the main mast. Steps to the spreaders on the mizzen. Seldon carbon fiber whisker pole. Harken 46ST 2 speed electric winch on cabin top. Barient 27ST mizzen sheet/halyard winches.
12 volt, 9 batteries charged by: engine, solar panels, shore power, generator 2000 watt portable gas generator new 7-2017. Marinized with custom carrying bag plus running box on the deck behind the dinghy.
There are two fiberglass fuel tanks, 1 @ 50 gal. and 1 @ 150 gal. There are three water tanks of 100 gal. each. Two are fiberglass and one is polyethyene.
There are two plumbed waste water systems aboard. One is a 12 volt treat and discharge system and the other is a manual pump to a holding tank with either a manual pump out or a Y valve for overboard.
Capacities and dimensions are not verified by Waterline Boats / Boatshed, and are reported from seller's information and/or literature.
|Total # of berths||4|
|No. of double berths||1|
|No. of single berths||2|
|Heads||2 heads (Manual)|
|Manual water system|
|Pressurised water system|
|Hot water system|
|Raw water wash|
Starting forward is the spacious forward cabin which features sleeping for two with sail storage under the bunks. There is plenty of light natural light and ventilation. Also has an access to the chain locker forward. Just aft to port is the head with manual toilet, Corian countertop and sink with storage below. To starboard is a very large hanging locker. Continuing aft into the pilot house on the port side is a large dinette with storage under. To starboard is the helm station with outstanding visibility from the large windows. Aft to port is the access to the engine room and work bench. Also this area aft of the dinette has chart storage, a file drawer and access to the 120 volt panel. To starboard is the navigation station with the electronic control panels and a swivel seat at the chart table.
Aft and down three steps on the starboard side is the spacious, well-equipped galley. Corian countertop on the starboard side with sink, stove, refrigerator, with storage above and below the counter. Opposite to this is galley storage and built-in microwave. Galley equipment: GE Microwave, Corian countertops, pressure water faucet, hot water heater , Force 10 three-burner propane stove/oven, Trident propane solenoid, (2) 20 lb aluminum propane tanks in deck box, (2) blowers in galley, front loading refrigeration compartment.
Aft is the entrance to the enormous master suite. featuring a queen walk-around double bed. Starboard side storage chest and settee. On the port is the head with shower enclosure.
The forward head has a manual flush and the aft head is a 12 volt electric flush.
The radar with chart plotter has AIS.
Comnav rudder angle indicator
Raymarine ST60 depth/speed/wind displays
Reiker instruments clinometer
(4) Focal Speakers
(2) Raymarine E120
Raymarine radome mounted on mizzen mast
(2) ICOM IC-M602 VHF radios
ICOM IC-M710 SSB radio
Comnav 1101 autopilot control
Comnav autopilot with hydraulic drive
Weems & Plath clock and barometer in pilothouse
Weem & Plath barometer in aft stateroom
Kenwood KTS-MP400MK CD/AM/FM
Kenwood KDC-C669 6 disc-CD changer
Vizio flat screen TV and DVD player in salon
3 halyard winches
6 sheet winches
Electric Maxwell windlass (with remote control)
(88lb Rocna anchor and 60lb CQR anchor)
300'0" of chain
200'0" of rode
Livingston dinghy (1995)
9.9hp outboard, Evinrude, Long shaft (1997)
300' Stern line on a spool in the aft locker.
Full spool with Para Tech Sea Anchor.
Double stainless steel bow rollers.
The outboard was serviced in January 2018 .
Includes two 10' Pelican kayaks.
Custom Dive ladder and custom dinghy dock. The manual dinghy davit serviced and repainted 7-2017.
|Carbon Monoxide detector|
3 bilge pumps (1 manual / 2 electric)
This Spencer 53 was custom-built for a Boeing engineer who knew what he wanted in a long range cruiser. She was designed to be operated under power from an inside protected helm station, and to sail well from a traditional center cockpit.
Though built in 1978 she has been continually upgraded in its sails, spars, mechanical and electrical systems as well as new port lights and an Awlgrip paint job of the hull and deck, just to mention the most obvious.
Now currently ready for offshore travel.
These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.