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Old 15-06-2018, 13:33   #1
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Aluminum 30' Ted Brewer cutter for sale

Design

Ted Brewer “Bulldog”

Custom built cutter rigged for offshore cruising built 1989

Radius chine construction, moderate draft, long waterline

Cutaway forefoot, high freeboard

Transom/keel hung rudder


TED BREWER YACHT DESIGNS, LTD
217 Edith Point Road

Anacortes, WA 98221

Ted Brewer Yacht Design


Dimensions

LOA 31’ LOD 30’ LWL 26’ Beam 10’5” Draft 4’11”

Ballast 5000 poured lead

Displacement 12,000 lbs

Sail Area 528 sq.ft.

Construction Aluminum

Displacement/Length Ratio 305

Sail Area/Displacement Ratio 16:1

75 gallons fresh water in three keel tanks

58 gallons diesel fuel in two aft tanks

Internal tanks

75 gal fresh water in three keel tanks

58 gal diesel in two aft tanks

Racor twin 500MA 30 micron primary fuel filters with vacuum gauge

Sails and rigging

Jib and staysail on Shaefer roller furling

Identical jib and staysail spare sails

H&H asymmetrical spinnaker

Twin sets ST Harken cockpit winches

Running backstays on titanium blocks

Mainsail in good condition with twin reef points

Mast Harken ST winch and clutches

Two boom reefing winches

Bridge deck Harken winch and clutches

Jiffy reefing and lazy jacks

Rigid adjustable boom vang

Twin spinnaker/whisker poles w/mast mounting track

Ground tackle

Electric/manual Simpson windlass

120’ chain 5/16”

190’ rode 3/4”

Twin SS anchor rollers

Spade S-80 (new) and S-100 anchors

Aft Fortress FX-37 aluminum anchor on 75’ rode

Two cockpit lazarettes with fenders, shore tackle

Twin 10 gal propane bottles in safety locker with overboard vent

Electronics

Garmin GPSMAP 840xs with sonar transducer and blue charts (2015)

Garmin GPSMAP 741xs repeater at chart table

ICOM M-506 marine VHF radio with dedicated antenna (2015)

ICOM MA-500TR AIS transponder with dedicated antenna (2015)

ICOM ICOM IC-M710 MF/HF Marine Transceiver

ICOM AT-130 Antenna (not installed)

Standard Horizon HX870 VHF handheld (2015)

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

Xantrex Freedom 458 2500W 12VDC modified sine wave charger/inverter

Lifeline AGM GPL-27T 845 CCA each of four house batteries (2012)

Lifeline AGM GPL-24T 800 CCA dedicated starter battery (2012)

Yanmar 55 amp alternator

Vitron Blue Energy MPPT charge controller and gauge

Radar arch

Garmin GMR hd 18” radome (2016)

Garmin GXM 53 Sirius XM weather antenna (2015)

85 watt Solar/KISS wind generator with smart controller

Engine hoist and stowage

Fishing pole attachment

Propane grill

Galley

Force 10 three burner stove and oven

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 stores lockers beneath port and starboard berths

10 opening/latching drawer 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 automatic electric bilge pump (1100 GPH) (2017)

Jabsco 36600 electric bilge pump (475 GH) (new diaphragms)

Rule switched 3800 GPH 17A (D) electric bilge pump

Whale Gusher 30 manual bilge pump (1860 GPH) (new diaphragms)

Through hole bungs

MOB pole, Lifesling rescue system, life ring, PFD

Lifelines, bow pulpit, Bimini and dodger handholds

Mast steps and mast pulpit

Aluminum slotted toe rail with scuppers

Full length polycarbonate rub rail

KiwiGrip non-skid deck paint throughout

Custom welded swim step/rudder guard with dive ladder

Rechargeable 2900 lumen LED spotlight

Deck and cockpit lighting

Fully equipped USCG approved navigation/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

Steering

Tiller with replacement

Raymarine ST-4000 with programable computer course controller

Monitor wind vane with various sized vane blade

Vane attachment to mount Raymarine auto-tiller

Full cabin width mainsail boom traveler

Navigation

Full sized chart table with full sized storage below

Plastimo Contest 101Tactical Compass bridgedeck

Plastimo Contest 101 Tactical Compass cabin bulkhead

Barometer/chronometer x two; barometer stand alone

Aqua Signal Navigation Tricolor Anchor Pedestal Mount Navigation Light

Bicolor pulpit mounted navigation light with stern light

Accommodation

V-berth forward with storage under and forward

Quarter berth to port, settee berth and pilot berth to starboard

AirHead composting toilet

Hanging clothing bar and locker

Dinghy

Professionally designed/built custom nesting dinghy with chocks

11’ extended 7’ nesting length with floatation fore and aft

Twin oarlocks, twin oars: Shaw & Tenney handmade 7.5’ spoon blades

Sail and easily stepped mast with leeboard and rudder

Suzuki 2.2hp lightweight 2 stroke gas outboard with manual and parts

Miscellaneous

Bottom paint and zincs December, 2017

Dual stereo/CD with Bose speakers

Price

$64,000

Location

Coconut Grove, Miami, Florida, USA

Kevin McShane
kmcshanemail@yahoo.com
303 669 6401
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Old 15-06-2018, 22:05   #2
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Re: Aluminum 30' Ted Brewer cutter for sale

Kevin, that is one of the nicest boats I’ve seen in a long time. Also I want to compliment you on selecting a fair price for such a well appointed boat? Reason for selling ?
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Kevin, I did not see a draft in your write up. Also do you have a picture of her out of the water when you did her bottom?
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Old 16-06-2018, 06:44   #4
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Re: Aluminum 30' Ted Brewer cutter for sale

Thanks Alan, and I think you will find the draft under the heading: dimensions toward the top of the listing (4 ft 11 in).
Also, I have heaps of photos of Tin Star on the hard. This ad is limited to 12 photos apparently.
The launch photo was taken with fresh bottom paint and zincs. Aluminum hulls are bottom painted with an non-copper containing coating. I use the black Trilux 33 by Interlux, which is easily found and comparably priced.
I can link the survey done before I bought the boat in 2010.
Reason for sale: I've downsized my agenda now that I've found Biscayne Bay and the Keys.
Tin Star is built and equipped for the open ocean. In fact, I contacted the designer, Ted Brewer, and he offered to sail around the Horn with me ("...if we were both 30 years younger.") He's quite a guy and a premier naval architect.
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Thanks Alan, and I think you will find the draft under the heading: dimensions toward the top of the listing (4 ft 11 in).
Also, I have heaps of photos of Tin Star on the hard. This ad is limited to 12 photos apparently.
The launch photo was taken with fresh bottom paint and zincs. Aluminum hulls are bottom painted with an non-copper containing coating. I use the black Trilux 33 by Interlux, which is easily found and comparably priced.
I can link the survey done before I bought the boat in 2010.
Reason for sale: I've downsized my agenda now that I've found Biscayne Bay and the Keys.
Tin Star is built and equipped for the open ocean. In fact, I contacted the designer, Ted Brewer, and he offered to sail around the Horn with me ("...if we were both 30 years younger.") He's quite a guy and a premier naval architect.
Yes, excellent boat! Can't get a good feel for the interior from the photos, but learned quite a bit more about Mr. Brewer's Bulldogs by visiting his site. Can you tell me what the headroom is below? I'm 6'-1" and shrinking.
Thanks and best regards.
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Old 16-06-2018, 09:06   #6
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Wa-wa-wa-WOW. It's like someone read my mind.

I'm going to have to go take a cold shower.
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Re: Aluminum 30' Ted Brewer cutter for sale

Hello Mr. Larson (or a quite tall Ms. Larson),
Rest assured the headroom would be adequate, as the sailor I bought Tin Star from was 6' 1" or more. The bunks also are 7' or more. The bimini is a might tight at the forward tube, but adequate under the canopy. The tubing can be adjusted.
I'll include a few interior shots. Some are prior to upgrades, including moving the stove athwartships to allow gimbal, which made room for heavy drawers, work surface and vice amidships.
The teak ladder was added, and it moves both ways on wingnuts, and swings up and out of the way for easier engine access. The engine box was rearranged to provide room for two Racor fuel filters in parallel.
There is work left undone, but still safely sailed:
ICON SSB and antenna have not been wired;
backup engine temperature probe with needle gauge is positioned, but not inserted;
at some point, I will commission a new mainsail.
Current main is serviceable, two reef points, and without any needed repair. Considering a new cross cut dacron or membrane reinforced main that's partially or fully battened.
I did try to attach the 2010 marine survey, but it's too large.
Will send it by email if desired.
Kevin
p.s. I'll be darned if I can get some of these photos to stand upright.
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Hello Mr. Larson (or a quite tall Ms. Larson),
Rest assured the headroom would be adequate, as the sailor I bought Tin Star from was 6' 1" or more. The bunks also are 7' or more. The bimini is a might tight at the forward tube, but adequate under the canopy. The tubing can be adjusted.
I'll include a few interior shots. Some are prior to upgrades, including moving the stove athwartships to allow gimbal, which made room for heavy drawers, work surface and vice amidships.
The teak ladder was added, and it moves both ways on wingnuts, and swings up and out of the way for easier engine access. The engine box was rearranged to provide room for two Racor fuel filters in parallel.
There is work left undone, but still safely sailed:
ICON SSB and antenna have not been wired;
backup engine temperature probe with needle gauge is positioned, but not inserted;
at some point, I will commission a new mainsail.
Current main is serviceable, two reef points, and without any needed repair. Considering a new cross cut dacron or membrane reinforced main that's partially or fully battened.
I did try to attach the 2010 marine survey, but it's too large.
Will send it by email if desired.
Kevin
p.s. I'll be darned if I can get some of these photos to stand upright.
Hello Kevin! I replied earlier and thanked you for the information, but didn't follow the thread properly and my reply went to the help desk at CF. I mentioned in the wayward email that the photos didn't come thru - but again I was at the wrong place somehow. Found them now! And they are very good. Thank you.
Robert
PS: a new main! Nothing so sweet as a new crisp, new sail or sails. Folks spend a lot of time & money on their sailboats, and a lot of that seems to just increase the headache factor. As in techno gadgetry...
but new sails are a joy every time you use them, and for years to come!
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Kevin,
She looks very seaworthy. I’d sail around the horn with you and Ted; if I were 30 years younger!

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