2005 mm mm Used Classic Wooden Boat For Sale in mm

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Mast Configuration
Two Mast
Single Mast Type
Two-Mast Type
Hull Configuration
Full keel
Sail Handing and Equipment Comments
Spars and Rigging Comments

 Spars, Sails & R



Type Of Boat
LOA (feet)
Deck Material
Silver Bali set in epoxy over tongue & groove Wana over Marine Plywood
Hull Material
Double planked Angelique & Wana/ Laminated Oak/ Bronze Floors




Engine Make
2 CATEPILLAR 6 Cylinders
Engine Model
Engine Year
Freshwater Cooling (Internal)
Fuel Type


Boat Survey
Survey Date
Trailer Make
Trailer Model
Trailer Year
Winter Cover
Dinghy Make
Cabins (number)
Manual Head
Electric Head
Fire Extinguisher
Color of Canvas
Dodger (Forward)
Closure (Vertical)
Bridge Cover
Bimini (after)
Camper Back
Sleeps (Number of People)
Holding Tanks (total number)
Water Tanks

Further Comments

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name

Builder: Tri-Coastal Marine
Designer: Tri-Coastal Marine
Flag of Registry: United States
Keel: Full
Hull Shape: Displacement

LOA: 121 ft 10 in
Beam: 23 ft 10 in
LWL: 84 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 12 ft 3 in
Displacement: 308000 lbs
Ballast: 84000 lbs

Total Power: 410 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Caterpillar
Year Built: 2005
Engine Model: 3056
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Port
Engine Hours: 3133
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 205 HP
Engine 2:
Engine Brand: Caterpillar
Year Built: 2005
Engine Model: 3056
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Starboard
Engine Hours: 4386
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 205 HP

Cruising Speed: 10 knots
Maximum Speed: 14 knots

Fresh Water Tanks: 2 Stainless steel (500 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (1000 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (300 Gallons)

Number of single berths: 22
Number of cabins: 4
Number of heads: 4

Plotter - Furuno
Depthsounder - Raymarine
Wind speed and direction - Raymarine
VHF - Sailor
Log-speedometer - Raymarine
GPS - Furuno
Radar - Furuno

Steering wheel

Inside Equipment
Sea water pump
Marine head - Wilcox Crittenden
Manual bilge pump
Hot water
Electric bilge pump - Edson
Fresh water maker - SeaRecovery
Deep freezer

Electrical Equipment
Generator - Northern Lights
Shore power inlet - Charles C-Power
Inverter - Mastervolt

Outside Equipment/Extras
Tender - Achilles
Liferaft - Viking Ocean
Total Liferaft Capacity: 56
Electric windlass



Accessed through a watertight hatch in the foredeck is the forepeak, compartmentalized and shelved for efficient stowage of ropes, paint and gear. Just aft is the chain stowage and a watertight bulkhead.


The interior finish is simple, classic and airy with white painted bulkheads and panels, highlighted by varnished solid trim and soles. 

The forward-most accommodation space in the interior is the forecastle, with single berths for eight (8) persons. Aft to starboard is a sink and vanity, while aft to port is a door to the galley area. Abeam of the foremast to starboard is a full head with enclosed shower and to port are two additional single berths. Aft of the head on starboard is a U-shaped galley with ample refrigeration forward, a double-sink outboard, and large diesel cooking stove aft.  An additional head with enclosed shower is opposite the galley on port. Centered aft is a ladder to the main deck, followed by a hydraulically-operated, sliding watertight door.

The largest section of the interior is the main salon, comprised of sleeping berths for twelve (12) persons outboard (six (6) on each port and starboard) and transom settees just inboard of the lower berths.  On centerline is a long varnished table with benches for dining, with a companionway ladder to the deck at the forward end and the main mast aft.

A second hydraulically-operated sliding watertight door is located on the aft bulkhead of the main salon, through which is located on starboard two (2) additional berths for crew and on port, a mechanical room which houses the majority of the electrical components of the ship including the Northern Lights genset, the 120/240v AC controls and ship's circuit panels. 

Just inboard of the additional crew cabin is a companionway up to the charthouse and on centerline is access to the vessel's engine room. Inside the engine room, forward to port and starboard are the two (2) main Caterpillar engines, with wing fuel tanks and fuel filters outboard.  Tool storage is aft to starboard, while the PTO for the fire/bilge pump is affixed to the port main engine.

Above the engine room is the charthouse, which looks out through ample portlights in the deckhouse. A large chart table and instrumentation occupy the forward area of the charthouse, while aft is the electrical distribution panel and additional stowage, as well as companionways up to the main deck and down to the captain's cabin.

Port forward in the captain's cabin is a locker and desk, with single berth aft. To starboard forward is an enclosed head and double berth aft. An additional companionway to the deck is located on centerline aft. 


Accessed through a watertight hatch on deck, the lazarette sits aft of a watertight bulkhead beyond the captain's cabin.  It is arranged for general stowage and also houses the fixed firefighting system for the engine room. 


As a knockabout schooner, VIRGINA has no bowsprit.  Located on the foredeck are the Sampson post, jib stays, and Ideal triple-head windlass. There is a centerline hatch scuttle providing access to the forepeak just forward of the foremast.  A skylight provides light to the galley and moving aft is a deck box which houses tank vents and hydraulic controls for the watertight doors. The main hatch scuttle has port and starboard skylights. The deckhouse is just aft of the main mast and has large, square port lights, louvered engine vents and an additional companionway to starboard aft which accesses the charthouse.  A scuttle to the captain's cabin is further aft with engine controls and electronics to port, compass and wind instruments on centerline and just further aft is the wheel box with the bronze wheel.  A final scuttle to the lazerette is located aft of the wheel. 

The deck layout provides ample open space for ease of operation, but also adequate access and light below for sailing offshore.

Hull & Deck General

Understanding from the outset of the design process that VIRGINIA would be operated as a commercial vessel, she was designed and engineered using modern philosophies to withstand this purpose. While she is representative of a certain period in history, the materials and methods used in her construction meet or exceed current requirement for modern shipbuilding.

The hull is of double-planked construction, using Angelique and Wana - woods reported to be resistant to decay.  The hull frames are of laminated construction using oak, tied into bronze floors. The deck beams are solid Angelique and the decks are constructed from tongue and groove Wana, marine plywood, and caulked and laid Silver Boli set in epoxy. Keel timber and stem are laminated oak, while the sheer clamp, shelf clamp, rudder and stern post are of Angelique. Fastenings throughout the vessel are bronze screws and all deck hardware is cast bronze. 

There are two (2) hydraulically-operated, sliding watertight doors and five (5) watertight compartments.

Engine & Mechanical Equipment
  • Two (2) Caterpillar 3056, six-cylinder, naturally aspirated diesel main engines, 205hp @ 2500rpm
  • Port Engine hours - 3113 (as of June 2015)
  • Starboard Engine hours - 4386 (as of June 2015)
  • Twin Disc hydraulic transmissions; 3:1
  • Two (2) 34" feathering Maxi Props on 2 1/4" stainless steel shafts
  • (2) Spurs line cutters
  • SeaRecovery Aqua Whisper desalinator
  • 220v Baldore water maker high & low pressure pumps
  • 24v Parmax fresh water pump
  • 230v Oberdorfer black/grey water pump
  • 24v Whale raw water pump for freezer system
  • 12v fuel transfer pump
  • Pressure fresh water system
  • Hot water system
  • Three (3) Wilcox Crittenden Skipper II heads

Tankage & Plumbing
  • Diesel Fuel Tanks (Steel tanks, with epoxy exterior coating):
  • (2) 150 gallon day tanks; forward of engines, below the sole
  • (2) 290 gallon wing tanks; outboard of engines
  • (1) 130 gallon cooking fuel tank; outboard to port of deckhouse
  • Potable Water (Stainless steel tanks):
  • (2) 500 gallons; below salon sole
  • Grey Water & Black Water
  • (1) 150 gallon grey water tank
  • (2) 75 gallon black water tanks

Steering System
  • Traditional tall ship wheel connected to Lunenburg #11 worm gear on deck

Electrical System
  • Northern Lights Genset -- M864W, 25kW
  • Single phase, 60Hz, 240v/120v AC system
  • 12v/24v DC system
  • Shore power connection through two (2) Charles C-Power isolation transformers
  • Battery Banks:
  • House bank - (8) AGM 8D; 24v
  • Start bank - (2) AGM 8D; 24v
  • Emergency back-up - (2) G31; 24v
  • Navigation bank - (2); 12v
  • Generator start - (1); 12v
  • (1) Charles 24v, 40A charger
  • (1) Charles 12v, 20A charger
  • (1) Mastervolt Mass 24/100-3 Charger
  • (1) Mastervolt Sine Wave 24/4000 Inverter
  • (2) 24v alternators; one on each main engine
  • Main AC and DC distribution panels with selector switches, emergency start, etc.
  • AC and DC lighting for bunks, heads and working spaces

Electronics & Navigation Equipment

The electronics and navigation instrument package onboard VIRGINIA is representative of her intent for offshore sailing. Most of the instruments are located in the deckhouse, with additional instruments located at the helm station, and repeaters in the main salon and captain's cabin.

  • Furuno GP-90 GPS Navigator
  • Furuno NavNet VX2 C-Map; with repeater at helm station
  • Furuno Universal AIS
  • Furuno 7252 radar; 96nm
  • Furuno RD-700
  • AR Engineering flat screen monitor

  • Furuno FS-1503 SSB radio
  • Furuno LH3000 Loudhailer/horn
  • Sailor RT5020 VHF radio
  • Thrane & Thrane Fleet 55 satellite communication

Sailing Instrumentation
  • Raymarine ST60 depth
  • Raymarine ST60 boat speed/distance
  • Raymarine ST60 wind
  • Raymarine ST60 close hauled wind
  • Raymarine ST60 compass
  • Raymarine ST60 graphic mulit-display
  • Raymarine ST60 max view

Deck Equipment
  • Two (2) 500lb kedge-style anchors, catted on the cap rail, hoisted into place with anchor davits
  • Port anchor is rigged to three (3) shots (270') of chain
  • Starboard anchor is rigged to two (2) shots (180') of chain
  • Ideal windlass; with port and starboard chain cats and vertical capstan on top
  • Additional rope anchor rode stored in forepeak - rigged when needed

Spars, Sails & Rigging
  • All spars are laminated Douglas Fir, keel-stepped on bronze mast step fabrication and bronze floor plates
  • All masts new in 2012; except main topmast section - new in 2010
  • Both masts are rigged with topmasts and carry topsails
  • Booms & gaffs are solid Douglas Fir
  • Standing rigging is combination of stainless steel wire and galvanized plow steel wire; spliced and served
  • Bronze turnbuckles
  • Cast bronze chainplates
  • Sails:
  • Mainsail
  • Main Topsail
  • Foresail
  • Foretopsail
  • Fisherman Topsail
  • Flying Jib
  • Jib
  • Staysail
  • Running rigging is soft spun Dacron and stainless steel wire topping lifts
  • Hardwood blocks with bronze sheaves and galvanized steel straps

  • 16' Achilles Commercial inflatable with Yamaha 25hp (2013), 4-stroke outboard
  • 16' Apprentice Shop wood rowing skiff




This Boat has been Sold