Sannox

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Sannox

37,750.00

Classic Pilothouse   Cruiser

Details
Power – Single Chrysler Crown 6 cylinder gasoline, keel-cooled.
                    120 hp,  NB 0 time (completely rebuilt with new parts in 2014)
Fuel – 100 US gallons (378 liters)
Water – 70 X 2 = 140 US gallons ( 530 liters)
-       Electrically pumped to sink in galley and head (no hot water at present)
Kerosene – (for stove) 40 US gallons (151 litres)
Head – Electric – (Lectroscan US Coast Guard approved on-board sewage treatment system)
Steering – hydraulic, steel rudder
Propeller – bronze, 3-bladed, 26 X 18, right-handed
Shaft – bronze, traditional stuffing box
Bilge pump – electric ( plus a spare and a manual back-up)
Bilge blower – electric
Anchor winch – electric,
Ground tackle - Anchor – 18  lb. Danforth, 150’ all-chain 3/8” rode
Dinghies – 1 “Haida” fiberglass (clinker look-alike) 7’6”
                            1 Hyperon inflatable 7’
Stove – Coast Foundry, kerosene
Batteries – 2  12 volt starting, 1 D deep discharge house
Shore power – 15 amp, fused, two twin outlets
Gate-legged table in salon
All required flares, PFDs, heaving lines, life ring, nav. lights, spot light, fenders, etc.
        Fluid-filled 6’ Compass
 Electronics – Icom DSC VHF radio, Laurence GPS, chart plotter and depth sounder
                       Rudder-angle indicator   
Construction
Designed and built in Caulfield, West Vancouver by the Kabayakawa brothers in 1920. for the Vancouver boat show
Hull – cedar planks  on oak frames, top-sides painted white
Hardwood keel and stem
House – Solid Burmese teak, varnished
Decks Solid Burmese Teak, natural
 
Contact Robin Hutchinson
Phone 250 722 2852
email - robinhutchinson@shaw.ca
 
 

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