Schooner Mystic Whaler For Sale

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After 23 years of ownership Captain John is placing the Schooner Mystic Whaler on the market. The Schooner was designed by Chubb Crocket and built by George Sutton in Tarpon Springs, Florida and was launched in January 1967. She had a major overhaul in Providence, Rhode Island in 1993. She is a reproduction of a nineteenth century coastal cargo schooner and was specifically designed for passenger trade.

          The Whaler is 83’ on deck and spar length is 110’. Her beam is 25’. She draws 7.5’ with the centerboard up and 12.5’ with the board down. Air draft is 90’. She displaces 107 tons and her gross tonnage is 97. Her USCG Certificate of Inspection allows for 60 persons onboard while underway and she must remain within twenty miles of safe harbor of refuge while carrying passengers for hire.

          The Mystic Whaler features 15 cabins providing overnight accommodations for 36 guests. Three cabins include en suite head with shower. There are three additional heads (with showers) on board. 

          For more information please contact Joe Walkden at 401-368-1705 or via email at joewalkden@ruddersandmoorings.com.

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