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44' Hudson SeaWolf Masthead Ketch

Reference Number
RF129144
Title
44' Hudson SeaWolf Masthead Ketch
Condition
Used
Model
Hudson SeaWolf Masthead Ketch
Additional information
Description

44' Hudson SeaWolf Masthead Ketch
•Year 1978
•Current Price US$ 69,500
•Located in Shalimar, FL
•Hull Material Fiberglass
•EngineFuel Type Single diesel
•YW# 15784-2426939

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
 
Boat Name
 Corazon
Specs
 Builder: Hudson Enterprises
 Designer: William Garden
 Flag of Registry: United States
 Keel: Full
 Hull Shape: Displacement
Dimensions
 LOA: 44 ft 0 in
 Beam: 13 ft 0 in
 LWL: 34 ft 9 in
 Maximum Draft: 6 ft 0 in
 Ballast: 12000 lbs
 Bridge Clearance: 58 ft 0 in
 Headroom: 6 ft 5 in
 Dry Weight: 32000 lbs
Engines
 Engine Brand: Ford Lehman
 Engine(s) Total Power: 80 HP
 Engine Model: 4-25 F.W.C.
 Engine Type: Inboard
 Drive Type: Direct Drive
 Propeller: 3 blade propeller
 Year Built: 1978
 Engine Hours: 3000
Tanks
 Fresh Water Tanks: 1 Plastic (240 Gallons)
 Fuel Tanks: 5 Aluminum (160 Gallons)
 Holding Tanks: 1 Plastic (13 Gallons)
Accommodations
 Number of single berths: 3
 Number of double berths: 1
 Number of cabins: 3
 Number of heads: 2
Electrical Equipment
 Electrical Circuit: 110V
Outside Equipment/Extras
 Manual windlass
 
Topside
 
In 2008 her decks were removed and professionally re-cored with Nida-Core polypropylene structural honeycomb core material . The finished product included  new deck paint with nonskid additive and resulted in a permanent solution to inherent problems with vintage teak decks. The Bowsprit and teak pulpit were rebuilt in 2007.
At the pulpit are two Danforth anchors with chain leading to the manual T.163 "Ideal windlass" which has dual gypsies, center bollard post and leads to two samson posts.  Two anchor hawse pipes feed into the anchor lockers.
A few feet aft is a 28" X 29" clear glass teak lined hatch over the forecabin.  Aft of that is a teak bracket holding belaying pins which surrounds the deck stepped mast.  Behind the mast is a deck mounted locker holding the LPG tank.  Following that is the raised pilothouse. Two plastic dorades are on the pilothouse roof.
The center cockpit follows the pilot house and is 8'5" wide by 5'2" long.  There are port and starboard 61" X 21" bench seats and a small pilot seat behind the binacle with a Kelvin-White 6" covered compass  and 31" teak ships wheel. A teak table fits on the backside of the binnacle.  The cockpit sole has a teak grating. Entry to the pilothouse is via teak cafe doors with sliding teak sea hood.
Continuing aft is a 26" X 25" teak hatch over the master stateroom.  Around the stern rail to port and starboard are a Lifesling in bag, Jim Buoy in bracket, ACR/566 Distress marker light, 32" X 19" rail mounted fish cleaning table, magma grill and brass ship's bell.  There are two spreader lights on the mast, a portable boarding ladder and on the portside is an outboard ladder leading up to the mast crossarm.
At the stern is an A&H Ltd., "Little John" aluminum dinghy davit with a 10'3", 2006 model Caribe dinghy and 1985 Johnson 15 hp two stroke engine.
•New bimini (2011)
•New sail covers (2011)
 
 
Accommodations
 
Vessel has three cabins, two heads and a workshop.  The sole throughout is teak parkay and the main salon provides 6'5" headroom.
The forepeak cabin is small but has two 6' over/under bunks to starboard and storage lockers lining the port side. A privacy door separates the forecabin and the midcabin. The midcabin has a single starboardside berth that is 6'4" X 44", however it slides open an additional 9" making it 53" wide. Across from the berth is the guest head.  It has a manual M.S.D., separate shower stall with curtain, 10" round stainless steel sink, teak grate insert sole and 28" X 25" teak lined mirror.
Aft of the midcabin is the pilothouse salon which contains the dinette/settee to port and the "L" shaped galley to starboard. The settee is also "L" configured and the dinette table is marble topped at 45" X 21" wide.  A Sanyo 19" TV and Sony DVD/VHS combnation is in the pilothouse. Galley ammenities are as follows:
•(4) Burner Magic Chef propane stove with oven
•10 Gallon water heater
•Emerson Microwave
•Adler Barbour top and front loading refrigeration
•Zero top loading freezer
•Mr. Coffee
•10" X 10" X 14" dual stainless steel sinks
•Pressure and manual freshwater systems
 
To starboard aft of the galley is a companionway thru the workshop leading to the master stateroom. The workshop is 63" long with a 17" work top and under cabinet drawers and storage.   To port aft of the dinette is the master head leading to the master stateroom.  When the door to the pilothouse is closed, the head becomes an ensuite head to the master stateroom.  The head has a Jabsco manual M.S.D., 10" round stainless steel sink and two opening ports. Storage is both above and below the sink cabinet. Between the workshop and master head is the engine compartment under the companionway to the cockpit.
The master stateroom provides 6'" headroom and a high rise berth measuring 6'2" by 7' long and is placed athwartship. Teak shelving and lockers are located on the three sides and two louvered teak door closets are on either side. Addditionally there are 2 windows and 4 ports for ventilation and light.
 
 
 
Sales and Rigging
 
In 2008 the masts and rigging were taken down and fully inspected. They were sanded, sealed, refinished  and reinstalled by a professional rigger.
•Natural finished select Spruce hollow box spars with bronze and stainless steel fittings
•Mainsail
•Mizzen sail
•120% Genoa
•80% Working Jib
•Cruising spinnaker
•Hood furlex roller furling system
•(2) Barient #28 primary winches
•(2) Barlow #24 self tailing secondary winches
•Barlow # 5 and #20 mast winches
•Barlow #16 mizzen winch
•Winch handles
•Rope vang
 
Electronics and Electric
•Comnav 1240 autopilot (New 2006)
•Seamax GPS with navigation laptop and software
•Icom ICM56 VHF radio
•Uniden VHF radio
•Kelvin-White 6" binacle mount compass with hood
•Horizon Standard depth gauge
•Jenson CD450K am/fm/cd stereo
•Bose speakers
•Boston ship's brass clock and barometer
•Westerbeke 4.4 kw generator with 600 hours
•(2) 8D house batteries
•(1) Generator battery
•Battery selector switches
•30 amp shore power
•(1) 50' shore power cord
•Protech 1240i smart charger
•Xpower 1200 watt inverter
 
Engine and Mechanical
 
The Ford Lehman 80 hp freshwater cooled 4 cylinder diesel engine is linked to a Borg-Warner transmission and has a standard Teflon packed stuffing box and 2" stainless steel shaft
•24" three blade bronze prop
•Spare prop
•Prop shaft, bearings and flange were rebuilt in 2006
•Aquaflex heavy duty engine gauges
•Single control engine lever
•New cutless bearing (2011)
•Two new thru hulls installed (2011)
•Rebuilt exhaust (2011)
•All thru hull valves reconditiioned (2011)
•There are four fuel tanks plus a 13 gallon "day tank" for a total of 160 gallons
 


Hudson built a total of 30 of the 44' Sea Wolf full keel Ketch starting in 1977.  Corazon is a Center Cockpit Ketch that has been well looked after and has undergone several upgrades and major renovations in the past few years. Most recently in November 2011 the bottom was painted with black Sea Hawk 72% copper based hard paint.  At that time she also had a new Cutlass Bearing installed as well as a 1 1/2" and 1 1/4" thru hull. All thru hull valves were reconditioned  and the exhaust rebuilt.  To finish the November project, the hull was buffed and a new black boot stripe was painted. As a result, Corazon is a most pleasant sight to behold and a pleasure to operate.
 
OWNER WILL CONSIDER SMALLER TRAWLER OR SAILBOAT IN TRADE

Location
City
Shalimar, FL
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