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Old 11-03-2015, 14:04   #1
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Blue Water INGRID 38' Ketch

Fiberglass hull, sail-ready, go-anywhere cruising ketch. Asking $70,000, or best reasonable offer. This is a beautiful, traditional, sea-kindly design, and a comfortable liveaboard with lots of storage space.
"September" is complete and sailed regularly on Puget Sound. She is easy to sail and often single handed.
She can be seen on the hard in Port Townsend for the rest of the winter. Email to arrange to see her - ingridketchseptember@gmail.com
View more information about the INGRID design, as well as many more photos, at "September" 's website:
http://ingridketchseptember.webs.com/
1973 fiberglass hull number 23, owner finished and launched 1975; Unique pilothouse layout; Deck is fiberglass over plywood with teak overlay bedded in 3M 5200, now treated with penetrating epoxy and painted; House is fiberglass over plywood painted; interior is oiled teak and painted plywood.
Recently completed work: mainmast and spreaders stripped, refinished and new wiring installed; new masthead light, spreader lights, and tri-color/anchor light installed; standing rigging replaced; chainplates removed and re-galvanized; bowsprit replaced; new windlass installed; new primary winches installed; new battery charger, batteries, alternator , and regulator installed; new chartplotter and wind instruments installed; new Lavac head and macerator installed; top end rebuild of engine with rebuilt injector pump; new through-hulls and sea-cocks installed; fuel tanks cleaned and fuel polishing system installed; cabin top waterproofed and painted; rubrails, bulwarks and caprails stripped and refinished; three new Rule 2000 bilgepumps installed.
New bottom paint (Micron 66), cockpit coaming paint, and cabin exterior sides painted; cockpit locker hatches replaced, cockpit and locker interiors repainted- all of these, as of 9/2014.
We have waterproofed the teak decks with penetrating epoxy and an elastomeric coating- some pics are on her website, in the "Haulout 2014" album. We've added non-skid to a third coat, and will do one more coat before we're through.
"September"
1973 Bluewater Ingrid 38 Ketch
Designer: William Atkin
Builder: Bluewater Boats, Woodinville, WA
LOA: 48'
LOD: 37'-8"
LWL: 32'
Beam: 11'-4"
Draft: 5'-8"
Displacement: 26,000 lbs.
Ballast: 8000 lbs.
Sail Area: 848 s/f
Engine: 1973 Volvo MD3-B
Fuel: 130 gallons in two integral tanks with onboard fuel polishing/transfer system; Racor primary filter;
Water: 140 gallons in two fiberglass tanks with pressure system and water heater.
Holding tank: 15 gallon fiberglass with macerator pump;
Electrical: (4) 6 volt 245 amp hour Dyno house bank (490 amp hours at 12 volt); 12 volt starting battery; manual selector switch; Balmar ARS-5 voltage regulator; 100 amp alternator; Charles 30 amp battery charger; 30 amp shore power;
Sails: Main Neil Pryde with two sets reef points; lazy jacks. Mizzen Neil Pryde with one set reef points; lazy jacks. Yankee jib on Pro-Furl roller reefing; Club footed self-tending staysail with one set reef points;
Deck: Monitor self-steering windvane; Lewmar 50st primary winches; roller furling winch; halyard winches;
Navigation: Danforth 5" compass; Simrad NSS8 chart plotter; Furuno 24 mile radar; Uniden VHF with WHAM mic; Garmin GWS10/GMI10 wind sensor; depth sounder; knot meter; LED navigation lights, and deck lights;
Ground tackle: 75 lbs. CQR with 240' 3/8" G4 chain; Lofrans Tigres electric windlass; 45 lbs. CQR with 60' 3/8" G4 chain and 200' ¾" nylon rode;
Cabin: Chain locker in forepeak; two single berths in separate forward cabin, with V-berth insert; head with tub, hand-held shower, sink, Lavac head; hanging locker to starboard; port and starboard sea-berths; Dickinson Alaska diesel stove with day-tank (fills from main tanks) with tiled surround; bookcase; settee with table over engine hatch; two burner propane stove/oven; three compartment ice-box (refrigeration may be repairable); deep sink with pressure water, foot pump, and salt water pump; pilot house with cable steering to tiller; navigation table with chart storage; aft cabin with double berth; multiple storage lockers under all bunks and throughout cabin, head, and galley; skylight over table; all bunks and settee cushions in good shape; three kerosene lanterns and 12-volt electric lighting throughout.
The engine is a Volvo MD3-B, 37 HP. I've spoken to other Ingrid owners and have heard of anything from 30 to 50 HP being adequate. There's even an electric VIXEN- Atkin design similar to the INGRID- at the Boat Haven in Port Townsend.
Re: the wiring; the first projects we did in 2006 were new wiring from the batteries to new fuses and a battery selector switch; and new wiring to a critical circuit subpanel with new wiring to three bilge pumps, the VHF, and the anchor light. When we installed the windlass 4 years ago, we installed new 4-o welding cable from a new circuit breaker to the windlass with new wiring to all controls.
When we worked on the mainmast 2 years ago, we pulled all new wire from new switching to the new masthead, new tricolor and new LED deck lights. We also ran new wire to the running lights. It's accurate to say that all critical circuits are now done with new tinned copper stranded wire and appropriately sized. The existing circuit breaker panel is neatly done and working well. but 40 years old.
Email with questions- thanks for your interest! ingridketchseptember@gmail.com
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Old 11-03-2015, 14:14   #2
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Re: Blue Water INGRID 38' Ketch

Trying to post photos here, having a hard time!
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Old 11-03-2015, 14:32   #3
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OK- trying again-
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Old 11-03-2015, 16:56   #4
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Re: Blue Water INGRID 38' Ketch

now that is a real sailboat..Very nice ..good luck with the sale..
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Re: Blue Water INGRID 38' Ketch

Beautiful


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Re: Blue Water INGRID 38' Ketch

Beautiful!! Almost makes me want a monohull instead of a cat


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Old 12-03-2015, 08:31   #7
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Re: Blue Water INGRID 38' Ketch

If I could afford two boats, I'd love to buy it. The Ingrid for the offshore passages and my East Orient 32 for the Med. Good luck.
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Old 12-03-2015, 12:00   #8
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Re: Blue Water INGRID 38' Ketch

She's a beauty!
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Old 12-03-2015, 14:38   #9
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She's a beauty!
She is to bad shes in Greece..
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Old 12-03-2015, 16:28   #10
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She IS a beauty- currently on the hard in Port Townsend WA.
We'll be putting her back in the water within the next month.
Thanks,
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Old 24-04-2015, 00:01   #11
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Re: Blue Water INGRID 38' Ketch

I hope to be in the Seattle area in a month or so, I would love to take a look.
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Re: Blue Water INGRID 38' Ketch

Beautiful AND in the PNW - you're killing me!
Good luck!
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Old 24-04-2015, 08:02   #13
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We'll keep you posted- there's a fellow who's pretty serious, still considering it though. Thanks for your interest!
You can message me through this site for more information, or go to "September" 's website for photos on recent work and contact information:
http://ingridketchseptember.webs.com/
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Old 13-05-2015, 14:06   #14
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Re: Blue Water INGRID 38' Ketch- reduced price to $60,000

Getting ready to put her back in the water; unfortunately, the seriously interested (2 fellas!) faded away...
So, we're becoming more "motivated" as it's called, and have lowered the price accordingly to $60,000.
After this month, she can be seen on Whidbey Island WA; go to her website for details, and lots of photos of recent work, including waterproofing decks.
Thanks!
John and Robin
[URL="http://ingridketchseptember.webs.com"
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