Friday, July 18, 2008


Kelly Peterson 44

Sereno is a well equipped, well-cared for Peterson 44 with many upgrades. With her watermaker, solar panels, wind generator, DC and engine driven refrigeration, single-side band radio, epirb and life raft she is well equipped to live aboard and for off-shore passages. These boats have earned a reputation for sound construction, fast and comfortable passages and comfortable accommodations. Primary sleeping berths are in the fore and aft cabins, each with its own head. Her enclosed cockpit is dry underway and in all weather.

NAME: Sereno DESIGNER: Doug Peterson

TYPE: Peterson 44 Cutter BUILDER: Jack Kelly Yachts

LENGTH: LOD: 43' 10" LWL: 38'8" YEAR: 1977

BEAM: 12' 8" HULL: 135

DRAFT: 6'4"

DISP: 32,000 lbs

ENGINE: Yanmar 4JH3E, 3250 hours, naturally aspirated. 50 HP, 4 cylinder, 4 cycle, fresh water cooled. Installed 2000 along with new 1¼" drive shaft, 18 x 15 two blade bronze propeller and fiberglass fuel tanks. Yanmar KM3P transmission. Two water lubricated cutlass bearing , PYI shaft seal. Edson steering station and engines controls. Engine instruments- Tach, hour meter, oil pressure, water temp, amp meter and warning alarm. Racor 500 primary fuel filter. Electric pump oil changing system. Automatic halon fire extinguisher. Maintenance log.

SPEEDS: 6.2 kts @ 2100rpm, 0.75 gal/hr

8.2 kts @3500 rpm, 2.2 gal/h

Range is 850nm @2100 rpm

TANKAGE: Water- 100 gal in 4 ss tanks

Fuel- 105 gal in 2 fiberglass tanks with sight gauges. Fuel shut off on tanks and at the manifold.

CONSTRUCTION: Hull is a solid, hand laid, one piece laminate of alternate layers of woven roving and strand mat in polyester resin. Ballast is a one piece internal casting. All through hull fittings are bronze. The deck and house are a one piece fiberglass molding. Non-skid decks, Teak cap rail and exterior trim. Teak interior joiner work with a teak and holly sole. Eight bronze opening ports, three Bomar fore and aft hinged hatches, two teak sliding hatches.

ELECTRICAL: 12 volt DC and 120 volt ship system. Fifty foot 30 amp shore power cord. Two house banks of two 6 v 105 AH Trojan batteries, Two 12v engine batteries. 12 volt and 110 volt receptacles throughout accomodations. 12v in the cockpit. Master battery switch and electrical panel. Hitachi 85 amp battery charger, Heart interface battery combiner, Tri-metric battery monitors, Pro-Mariner 1210 battery charger, Pro-Sine 1000w true sine wave inverter. One 110 watt and two 55 watt solar panels and regulator. Kiss wind generator.

SAILS AND RIGGING: Cutter rig with alloy spar and boom. Mast has two sets of spreaders and is stepped on the keel, separate track for tri-sail. Running back stays with three part purchase. Fore stay and inner-fore stay have Profurl furling. Mainsail cover and furling is a "Mack Pack". All standing rigging is 1x19 316 stainless, new in 2000. Bronze turnbuckles also new in 2000. Chain plates replaced 2003. Mast-mounted adjustable whisker pole.

Sails: Full-battened mainsail with three reef points

Staysail

120% Genoa

140% Genoa

100% Jib

High clewed Yankee

Tri-sail and storm jib (note storm jib has hanks and can't be used with Profurl)

11/4 oz asymmetrical spinnaker

WINCHES: 2-55 three-speed Lewmar primaries

2-28 two-speed Barlow secondaries

3-20 two-speed Barlow Halyard winches

1-28 two-speed Barlow spinnaker sheet (aft-deck)

1-20 one-speed Barlow reefing winch on boom

HALYARDS: 1 main halyard technora rope

1 head sail halyard wire-rope

1 staysail halyard rope

Topping lift-rope

2 spinnaker rope halyards

ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION:

Cockpit-

B&G Network wind speed & depth instruments

Standard Horizon CP 150 chart plotter

Ram mike for VHF

Furuno 1712 radar

Raymarine ST 6000 auto pilot

6" Ritchie compass

Nav station-

Standard Horizon Intrepid VHF with distress calling

Raytheon 202 VHF and loud hailer

NASA Automatic Identification System (AIS) receiver and display

ICOM IC706 MKIIG single side band receiver with SSG tuner

Pactor III modem (for ssb email capability, laptop required)

Silva hand held compass

Pioneer stereo CD & AM/FM radio

GROUND TACKLE:

Double bow rollers

60lb CQR with 270' 5/16 HT chain

44lb Bruce with 20' 3/8 chain and 600'5/8 nylon rope on a drum

Spare 35 lb Danforth

23lb fortress with 100' ½" nylon stern anchor

Lighthouse windless

Ample dock lines and fenders

GALLEY:

Force 10 3 burner stove with oven and broiler

2-20 lb propane tanks with safety solenoid

Twin sinks with pressurized water

Stor-mor 12 gal water heater (works off engine cooling water and 110v)

Sea-Frost engine driven 134a refrigeration (cold block & well insulated ice-box)

Sea-Frost Tradewinds 134a 12v DC refrigeration

Dishes, pots & pans and silverware

Force-10 barbeque on aft rail

HRO Safari 200 gpd watermaker

SAFETY GEAR:

30" lifelines and gates P&S

Stepaway folding swim ladder

Zodiac 4 man life raft

Flare kit

MOB pole & horseshoe buoy

Mast head tri-color and LED anchor light

Air horn

ACR cat II 406 EPIRB

Deck level running lights

Steaming light

Fore-deck light

Emergency tiller

Boat hook

2 dry fire extinguishers

MOB strobe light

Ships bell

Radar reflector

Electric bilge pump and high water alarm

Gusher 10 manual bilge pump

6 life jackets

Soft plugs for through hulls

Engine room halon fire extinguisher

Flashlight

Boson's chair

Lee cloths aft cabin and settee berth

SPARES:

Hitachi 55 Amp alternator

Fan belts

Engine raw water pump

Engine fresh water pump

Sta-lock fittings

3/8 1x19 ss wire; 60'

Racor filters

Engine oil filters

18x15 propeller

MISCELLANOUS GEAR:

Aries wind vane steering system

Caribe 8' hard bottom dingy

Dingy pump

Yamaha 8 HP motor

Motor hoist

Dingy anchor

Kerosene lantern

Screens for Bomar hatches and companion way hatches

Most all equipment has manuals

EXCLUSIONS: Binoculars, tools, personal navigation tools

LOCATION: Rockland, Maine Price $125,000 USD

CONTACT: Paul Meyer ph 207 546 6385 or paul2762004@Yahoo.com and on the boat ka1msp@winlink.org