Duffy Atlantic 37 Downeast Cruiser 2010 $459,999.00 USD


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When the owners decided to move from sail into power, they set some demanding criteria for their new boat: It had to be strong and seaworthy enough to handle heavy seas, it had to be fast (no trawlers for them), it had to have comfortable living spaces with separate accommodation for guests, it had to have a galley and dining area up high enough to enjoy views around an anchorage while cooking and eating, and it had to be warm and comfortable for use year-round on the West Coast. Their goal was to explore the beautiful and hard to reach ports and anchorages of the Coast. After extensive research of production and custom boats, the owners decided to have their perfect boat built by Farrins Boat Shop in Walpole Maine.

I am honoured to present Lyla III, a custom built Downeast Lobster Boat.

Farrins follows the tradition of the best custom “lobster yacht” builders in Maine. Together with the owners, they commissioned one of the finest commercial lobster boat hull manufacturers, Atlantic Boat Company, to build one of their Duffy 37 hulls (designed by Spencer Lincoln). This hull design has been proven by many commercial lobstermen in the North Atlantic off New England. Then Farrins took over and built a custom “yacht” on the hull, measuring 42’ from the bowsprit to swim platform.

The Maine boat building community has refined the art of building fast boats that remain comfortable in the often heavy weather of the North Atlantic fishing grounds. The Duffy 37 hull design is semi-displacement, yet has a shallow full keel (with a draft of 4 ½’), a flat after section, a fine entry with enough flare to provide a dry ride and an attractively curved sheer line.

Lyla III’s hull was delivered to Farrins Boat shop where some of the finest craftsmen and technicians in New England finished the boat. They completed the deck house, installed the 545 hp Cummins diesel, and completed the other machinery, electrical, and plumbing installations. A practical custom interior and exterior design was completed with the owner’s input. The high-quality fit and finish is apparent throughout, with the Herreshoff style interior, cherry wood trim, white walls and teak & ash sole. High quality cabinetry and hardware were built throughout. There is ample storage and extra-large tankage to permit extended cruising.

Lyla III features an owners’ cabin forward, with a V-berth, two hanging closets and comfortable seating, as well as a smaller guest cabin to starboard. The head compartment, with a separate shower stall, has two doors for separate entry by the owners and guests. Her 13’2” beam holds a spacious and bright main salon. There is a U-shaped settee/dinette to port and a linear galley, with a fridge, stove and sink to starboard with a durable Corian counter top. Six can dine comfortably when the backrest of the companion’s bench has been reversed. An optional bench extends seating to eight. The helm position is exceptionally comfortable and practical, with a double bench seat and a sliding Diamond Sea Glaze door that allows the helmsman easy access to the side deck for single-handed operation and docking.

A few notable features about Lyla III:

Performance – She is stable, comfortable, and fast. The owners normally cruise at 15-18 knots.

Safety – She is sea-kindly and safe in all sorts of ocean conditions. The full keel and skeg protects the underbody, the drivetrain, propeller and rudder. While on the East Coast, her owners took her on comfortable cruises down to New York, over to Newfoundland and up the St. Lawrence River. On the West Coast, she has circumnavigated Vancouver Island twice and explored the Central BC coast and Haida Gwaii.

Maneuverability - Lyla’s low profile and full keel it creates little windage or sideways drift. The single engine, 28” left-handed propeller, large rudder and bow thruster make Lyla easy to maneuver and dock even in tight, windy conditions

Long term value – Lyla III is a Classic design with rugged construction and built to the highest quality by a renowned builder, which results in a boat that has a lasting value and is a joy to own.

Please review the specifications for full details.


Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:


Boat Name
Lyla III

Specs
Flag of Registry: Canada

Dimensions
LOA: 37 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 2 in
Minimum Draft: 10 ft 6 in
Bridge Clearance: 12 ft 6 in

Engines
Total Power: 540 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Cummins
Year Built: 2010
Engine Model: QSC8
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 915
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 540 HP


Accommodations
Number of heads: 1


VESSEL DETAILS

Duffy 37 Downeast Cruiser

Year....................................................................... 2010

Builder......................... Farrins Boatshop, Walpole Maine

Designer................................................ Spencer Lincoln

Hull .......................................................... Atlantic Duffy

LOA Hull......................................................... 37’/11.3m

LOA Bowsprit to back of swim platform............. 42’/12.8m

LOA Including dinghy overhang..................... 46’6”/14.2m

Bowsprit to waterline............................................. 6’/.2m

Transom to waterline.............................................. 3’/1m

Beam............................................................... 13’2”/4m

Draft................................................................ 4’6”/1.4m

Displacement.................................................. 22,000lbs

Vertical clearance with radar mast......................... 12’6”

Vertical clearance with radar mast down....... 10’6”/3.2m

Vertical clearance with radar mast removed.... 8’6”/2.6m

Hull.................................................................Fiberglass

Deck........................................... Fiberglass balsa cored

Steering............................................................... Power

Keel................................................. Full keel built-down

Rudder.................................................... Stainless steel

Fuel.......................................................... 2 x 175USgal

Water............................................................ 2 x 100gal

Hot Water........................................................... 10.5gal

Holding Tank......................................................... 30gal

 

CONSTRUCTION

  • Hull & Cabin Top built by Atlantic Boat Co., Brooklin, Maine
  • Hull foam cored to turn of bilge
  • All water-resistant materials & no wood below decks
  • Foam stringers
  • First layer of the hull laid up with vinylester resin as a barrier coat
  • Cabin house: balsa cored
  • Deck support – Fibreglass I-beams installed
  • Designed to be transportable across North America by truck
  • Interior of the hull gelcoated (where visible)
  • Hull has PVC quarter guards, spray rails, and lift rails built of fibreglass - Guards 3” half oval with 1”x1” toe rails with ¾” hollow back 316 SS mouldings
  • Rub rails: full rails with a SS cap - 316 SS.
  • Swim platform: Custom fiberglass swim platform
  • Swim ladder: stainless steel
  • Transom door: 20” wide, with flip-up stern rail section
  • Windows & Doors: Diamond SeaGlaze: ¼” safety plate glass with light bronze tint and white aluminum frames.  Windshield has one opening window (center) and two fixed. Port side forward sliding window, rear Port side sliding window, Starboard forward triangle window fixed, Starboard helm station sliding helm door, Starboard aft sliding window. Rear bulkhead: Port side sliding window, a center sliding door by Diamond Seaglaze; fixed window on the Starboard side. All sliding windows have screens.    
  • Six cabin port windows: Three ports with screens in both the port and starboard cabin sides - Lewmar Standard #2.
  •  Lewmar Hatches: Three overhead hatches in the trunk cabin top: two Lewmar Ocean series # 30 (15 3/8” by 20 ½” in head and guest stateroom) and one Ocean series #60 (22 5/8” square) on centerline in owner’s stateroom). All hatches screened and hinged aft; adjustable and self-supporting for improved ventilation.
  • Solar vents on head & owners’ cabin hatches.

 

INTERIOR

Accommodations

  • Master stateroom: Double V berth with V-insert and privacy door, seat in V of berth: framed mirror, (2) hanging lockers with hanger rods, bureau with drawers on port side and seat on starboard. Storage lockers under berth with drawers & cabinet doors. Side shelves with high fiddles along walls above V berth Guest Cabin: Berth with an insert near door, to extend to a full double berth. Storage lockers under berth and storage cabinet above berth on forward wall: removable extra pipe berth.
  • Main Salon: Table lowers to level of seats to create double berth

Cabin Interiors

  • Herreshoff style interior: bulkheads covered with white walls trimmed with cherry Wall coverings: White vinyl interior wall coverings in master & guest stateroom with cherry trim. Cherry planking on side walls of master & guest staterooms Headliner: vinyl perforated with cherry battens to represent carlins
  • Floor: Solid Teak/Ash Sole in the main salon, forward hall & cabins (5/16”). Finished in Awlbrite.
  • Window covers: Interior snap-on window covers for main salon windows.
  • Head cabin: with separate shower stall; framed mirror over vanity; SS oval sink in the vanity by Polar and faucet by Scandvik

Main Salon & Galley

  • Stove: Force 10 propane two burner (gimballed) stove with broiler and oven #63253. A Corian cover fits over burners and slides out of the way behind stove. 
  • Fridge: Indel Isotherm refrigerator (approx. 4+ cu. ft).
  • Counter tops: Corian (colour: “Sandstone”) Stainless single bowl sink with faucet by Scandvik
  • Dinette table on port side (solid cherry) with raised edge detail - drop leaf. Table has 2 posts, to permit it to be lowered to convert dinette to a double berth. Forward bench of dinette has adjustable backrest to convert to backrest for forward-looking companion’s seat Bench seat: Removable stainless-steel & cherry - for extra seating at table (i.e. to seat 6 people)
  • Custom built drawers & lockers in galley area, including under and behind dinette seats Custom cherry rack for mugs, glasses & spices over counter top Eight engine room access hatches

Cockpit Construction & Deck Hardware

  • Four cockpit lazarette hatches: Heavy duty Bomar Aluminum hatches, painted to match cockpit sole
  • Propane system: Two 10 # LP gas tanks in locker, with Xintex S-2A propane monitor system with controls in galley area.  Custom top loading tank locker. Flexible propane piping leading to removable BBQ mounted in cockpit. 120V power outlet in cockpit near removable BBQ location.
  • Emergency tiller for the rudder post
  • Cockpit table fittings for cherry salon dining table (with separate length post for cockpit use).
  • Winch: Lewmar #40 winch mounted on aft port washboard. Rod holders: (4) flush mount stainless rod holders installed in aft washboards per plan,  Lee RH575 - 2 with 30 degree angle (for rods, downriggers & BBQ), 2 aft. vertical mounted (for cockpit canopy, etc.) Downrigger: Removable Scotty downrigger, with 12 V wiring to port and starboard cockpit locations near rod holders
  • Engine air intake vents located under cockpit settees to prevent water splashing in from hull topsides .
  • Foul weather gear locker in forward cockpit wall (with pass-through opening to cabin for storage of fishing rods & other long equipment)
  • Custom designed, heavy duty removable davits SS hooks mounted under coach roof overhang for foul-weather gear.

 

MECHANICAL

  • Single Cummins QSC8.3-M (6 cylinder); 8.3 litres Engine Fuel
  • Type: Diesel Engine Power: 540 Hp @2600 rpm Engine
  • Hours: 915
  • Cruising Speed: 15 - 18 knots Top Speed (during sea trials): 25 knots
  • Fuel Consumption: 1USG/Nm (at 15kts - 15Gal/hr)
  • Trolling valve with thermostat; Coupling: Valkan; Live PTO on gear
  • Engine Accessories: Exhaust Acc 90 Deg. wet elbow 6”; Air cleaner – Walker Air-Sep; Air cleaner Acc-Restriction gauge; Bypass lube oil filter built in; Sump pump hose only engine; Vibration isolators set 4 Barry; Water valves hot water heater.
  • Engine Instrument Panel: VesselView digital display - fuel consumption, tachometer, alarms, etc. Fuel Filters: Twin Racor Model MA1000 fuel filters with switching valve system W/WIF & Harness; Belt guard; Wiring harness 20’
  • Fuel Tanks: 1,325 litres (2 x 660 litres) 350 US gallons (2 x 175 US gal tanks). Deck fills at wash boards; Inspection plates with dip stick access and fueling capability on top of tank
  • Cummins spare parts kit (Oil and fuel filters, zinc anodes, Belt, etc.).Exhaust (Engine) out port quarter (designed to be opposite for starboard docking) Sound proofing: 2” foam with a 2 lb. per foot vinyl liner

Propulsion & Steering

  • Propeller: 28” x 27” DQX-L (left hand prop, pulls stern to starboard in reverse)
  • 2 ¼” SS type 22 propeller shaft, with a fiberglass shaft tube, cutlass bearings and PSS stuffing box. Shaft brush. Anodes Steering console with a 20” SS steering wheel with SS turning knob Power steering: Billings/Cole Bow thruster – Side Power Line cutter mounted on shaft forward of propeller Rudder: SS - powder coated

 

ELECTRICAL

  • Engine cranking batteries: (2) 12 Volt AGM (absorbent glass mat) sealed cranking batteries
  • House batteries:  8 x 6 Volt AGM sealed batteries
  • Battery platform: fiberglass coated, in engine space, batteries held with cleats and mechanical clamps. Terminals covered with rubber boots. Cobra stranded copper wiring.
  • Xantrex LinkLITE battery monitor
  • Alternator: 130Amp  (2) Blue Sea parallel switches Automatic charging relay (ACR): Blue Sea ACR Model PN 7622/7623 has manual override control
  • Fuses: Class T Blue Sea fuses
  • Inverter/Charger: Prosine 2.0 (true sine wave output) DC-to-AC Inverter/Charger with adjustable low battery cut-out, multi-stage charging, and power system management.
  • Blue Sea battery switches
  • Electrical Panels: One 24 breaker DC panel and a 6 breaker 110 volt AC panel. Back of AC stack is covered GFCI (Ground fault circuit interrupters) for AC outlets (matched to Inverter)
  • Solar Panels: Kyocera KC40T-KC130TM (on cabin top) Battery charge controller (BZ M20+ PWM)
  • E-meter digital amp counter, Hart Link 10
  • Shore power: 30 Amp 125V Marinco connector with 50' shore cord (Can be connected to 30 or 50 Amp shore power through pig tail adapter) - power fitting mounted starboard amidships.
  • Breaker panel with polarity alarm and voltage meter.
  • Electrical outlets: Six 110 volt outlets & four 12 volt outlets

 

PLUMBING & HEATING

  • Water Tanks:(750 litres capacity) 2 x 316 SS tanks (approx. 2 x 100 US gallon capacity) = 200 US gallons with Surflo and accumulator tank, Water Tank dimensions: 44” X 42” X 12”
  • Hot/cold fresh water - at four locations (galley, cockpit shower, head vanity, head shower).
  • Freshwater “wash down” fittings at bow pulpit & cockpit.
  • Foot pedal (whale) raw water faucet at galley sink.
  • Hot water heater: 110 volt with engine heat exchanger, Isotemp SS 10.5 gallon dual heat exchangers.
  • Cabin heater: Diesel fired – Espar Hydronic D10 Water heater system with single remote thermostat and 5 cabin heating vents, plus hot water circulation to the hot water tank – Fuel consumption l/h (1.2-0.18 diesel); Electrical consumption: 10.4-2.9 amps; Water throughput 1400 l/hr 370 US gal/hr; Heat output 32,400-5,100 BTU/hr (dual numbering for variable heat output)
  • Toilet/Head: Vacuflush model 5006 white toilet and 30 gal holding tank and plumbing system supplied by Vacuflush

 

INSTRUMENTS

  • Compass: Ritchie 5” card #D-84 compass. 
  • Chartplotter: Garmin 4212 multifunction screen with GPS, chart plotter, Radar, depth sounder/fish-finder & AIS capability - flush-mounted at helm console.
  • AIS-1000 Class B “send and receive” transponder
  • VHF Radio: ICOM – model IC-M504,DSC Class D (enables call for help by pushing distress button & enables constant monitoring of channel 70)
  • Hailer & Foghorn connected to ICOM VHF
  • Rudder indicator – Raritan MK5 Ruddermaster
  • Raymarine Tridata (speed/depth/log) unit.
  • Autopilot: Simrad AP-16, with wireless remote control
  • Laptop computer stations (with stowaway lockers) at helm and companion stations (with power, Internet WiFi and NMEA connections, holes and storage for wiring
  • Stereo system: Jensen MSR 7007 with two Bose 151 environmental speakers and two Bose 131 flush mount speakers.Windshield wipers: 3 dual arm AFI#82082 with pantographic arms.
  • Radar & Antenna Mast: Custom built with “unplug and remove” features to lower and to ship boat by overland transport.VHF antenna: (20’) Tall - (23’ or 7m from waterline)WiFi antenna: Omnidirectional antenna on radar mast, connected to laptop stations

Lights

  • Interior LED lighting: Twelve 7” ABI Navigational (red light option) dome lights and 6” DC reading lights bulkhead mounted
  • Courtesy lights: LED
  • Running lights (LED) and anchor light by Aqua Signal
  • Cockpit deck lights: (2) mounted under aft port and starboard corners of coach top overhang.
  • Search Light: Golight # 2020 mounted on front of cabin-top with remote control at helm.
  • Docking lights: (2) mounted in hull near bow-Aqua Signal model 85103-7
  • Engine room lights: Four dome 5” 12 volt lights and 3 caged 110 volt lights, [ABI Nav. 421377, cage lights BAL 4585]

 

ANCHORAGE & DOCKING

  • Windlass: Electric anchor windlass, vertical with capstan, Muir #VCR-1250  with 5/16” gypsy (power up and power down foot controls at bow and controls at helm station, with breaker feature – manual freefall downward release)
  • Bow pulpit – custom fiberglass with SS blow roller
  • Main anchor: 45lb Kingston Plow
  • Anchor rode: approx. 90’ of 5/16” HT galvanized anchor chain plus 200’ of  9/16 nylon anchor rode (extra chain in bow locker)
  • Second Anchor: 15 lb Fortress anchor with 200’ rode & 12’ chain.
  • Mooring bit: 7” x 7” base and 6 ½” high.
  • Two bow chocks for ¾” line.
  • Cleats: Four 6” fold down cleats; two 8” fold down cleats at stern lines
  • Docking lines: 4–5/8”x25’ plus 2-5/8”x30 blue dock lines
  • Fenders: 6-8x20 blue fenders

 

SAFETY EQUIPMENT

  • Two 10 lb. fire extinguishers in coach house area, ABC rated dry chemical
  • Aqualarm high water alarm, engine raw alarm, and engine room fire alarm
  • (4) Rule 1100 gph automatic bilge pumps with float switches and manual overrides. Two in deeper bilge.
  • Engine seacock with quick release plug for use as emergency bilge pump
  • Life ring with mounts in cockpit, life jackets, throw line, etc.

 

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT

  • Dinghy: Caribe C10X (10’3”x5’4”) RIB tender with bow locker
  • Inside length 7’1”; inside ”) at transom with 4’ teak staff
  • Flag staff socket in bow for owner’s pennant (straight upright) with staff  
  • (2)  folding Bicycles (never used)
  • Removable BBQ FOR#10-83706; hybrid propane & electric, with stow bag
  • Last haul out Aug 2019
  • Last Zincs: Aug 2019
  • Last Bottom Paint Aug 2019

Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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