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1946 Ed Monk Custom 65

Listing ID3063653
Sale Price$87,800 USD [ Convert To CAD ]
Seller POP Yachts
Category Cutter Sailboats
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ModelCustom 65
Located Port Ludlow, Washington, US
Stock Number253674
Length65ft / 19.81 m
Beam13ft / 3.96 m
Engine MakeDetroit Diesel
Engine ModelGmc 4-71
Engine TypeInboard
Engine HP100

- Stock #253674 -

Beautifully restored 1946 Ed Monk 65! Ready to sail!

This is a beautifully restored Ed Monk design that clearly shows excellent original craftsmanship and detailed care during the restoration project.

The salon / galley area is equipped with a gimble 3 burner propane stove and oven, a large refurbished refrigerator with a new Nova Kool remote condenser and cold plate, along with a gimbaled table that is hung from above. There is plenty of cabinet storage, a large stainless steel sink,

The engine room is quite spacious for a boat like this, even access below the engine is provided.

There are crew quarters in the fore area, just behind the sail storage area. These berths are currently being used as workbenches and for storage. There is a mid-cabin with a single berth and a berth off the salon that will accommodate two. There is also a head with a shower and additional wash sinks in the berth areas.

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ConditionDuring the restoration, over 100 new laminated Oak frame sections were installed, and the hull was refastened with silicon bronze fasteners. There are also some unique construction components for this boat, separating it from most boats of this vintage. One of the most significant are the 16 foot Galvanized Iron Shear Clamps port and starboard in way of the Chain Plates that provide strength and prevent hogging. The owner, who is an experienced vintage boat restorer, says there is zero hog on this boat. The laminated spruce mast was refurbished with the scarfs opened and new epoxy applied, then re-stepped. The owner indicates it is more waterproof than it has ever been. The teak decks appear to be in very good condition, recently refurbished and sealed. The brightwork is also in very good condition, and the hull is shiny and bright following the restoration and refinishing. Everything was taken down to the bones and refurbished with professional care. The owner confirms the engine runs strong. GMC service manual is included.

Navigational Equipment - Autopilot (None, Mechanics And Electrical Supply Are Ready For Installation)
- Compass (Multiple)
- Navigation Lights
- Handheld GPS
- Depth Sounder (Ready For Installation)
- Speed Indicator (Ready For Installation)

Mechanical - Water Tanks (Two - 150 Gallon Copper (1 Used As Stash Area))
- Fuel Tank (Black Iron)
- Rudder (Keel Hung)
- Number Of Eng Cylinders (Four)

Electrical Systems - 3 12V Deep cycle batteries, 2 in series for starting, one stand alone for house battery. Windlass 12V battery is upfront in close proximity.

Accommodations - Heat (Dickenson Diesel Heater)
- Head
- Cold Plate
- Refrigerator
- Salon
- Shower
- Sink - Galley
- Forward Berths
- Mid Berths
- Stove / Oven

Construction - Port And Stbd Iron Shelf (16-feet, Galvenized)
- Ring Frames (Stern Construction)
- Hull refastened with silicone bronze

Deck Gear - Anchor (Large Plow, Small Danforth Off Stern, Lunch Hook)
- Anchor Locker
- Anchor Rode
- Cover - Full Boat (3 Piece And Full Side Curtains)
- Bow Rail
- Cockpit Seating
- Compartment Storage
- Helm Wheel

Safety Equipment - Owner's Manual (Engine)
- Spotlight
- Fire Extinguishers
- Life Jackets
- Grab Rails

Sails - Covers - Sail (Recent Mainsail)
- Genoa (160, Light Weight Drifter)
- Main Sail
- Spinnaker Sheets
- Jibs (3)
- Spinnaker

Rigging - Backstay (Standing And 2 Running)
- Boom (Laminated Spruce)
- Boom Vang
- Chain Plates (Galvanized Iron)
- Mast (80 Feet, Laminated Spruce)
- Running Rigging
- Spinnaker Pole (Bronze Fittings Only)
- Standing Rigging (Stainless)
- Winches - Manual
- Lifelines