Whisper32' Legacy 2011

Monroe, MI

$165,000


  • Yacht Details 32' Legacy 2011
  • Location Monroe, MI
  • Engines Yanmar
  • Days on MarketInquire
  • Last UpdatedMay 25, 2021
  • Asking Price$165,000
  • Cruising Speed5.5 kn
  • Maximum Speed
  • Max Draft


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Denison Yachting is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Lasalle Office.

Denison Yacht Sales offers the details of this yacht in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of this boat for sale. A yacht buyer should instruct his yacht broker, or his boat surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This yacht for sale is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Specifications

  • Cruising Speed: 5.5 kn
  • Beam: 10' 1''
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Displacement: 16,000 lb
  • Fuel Tank: 2 x 60|gallon
  • Fresh Water: 1 x 120|gallon
  • Holding: 1 x 30|gallon
  • Double Berths: 1
  • Cabins: 1
  • Heads: 1

Whisper Yacht Description

Whisper is a full displacement pilothouse trawler.  She is named for her almost noiseless operation.  Custom built, in the USA, by Legacy Yachts she is perfectly suit to the long term cruising needs of a couple.  If you love everything about sailing short of hoisting the sails Whisper is the boat for you!!!

Whisper is on her cradle and covered in a custom tarp for the winter.  The vessel's bottom is recently paint.  Just add water for Spring launch.  

Call to schedule your private showing today. 

Overview


WHISPER IS A WELL-APPOINTED, WELL MAINTAINED TRAWLER HAVING THE FOLLOWING BASIC SPECIFICATIONS AND FEATURES:
She is a rugged full displacement boat with a full keel, canoe stern, single screw, bow thruster, enclosed aft pilothouse set-up for comfortable cruising by two people, and with many features not often found on a boat this size. She comes with most of the gear you will need. Its main engine has only 1,246 hours of use and its generator has only 48 hours of use.


Whisper is a unique ownership opportunity. The semi-custom design and look of this boat is distinctive drawing admiring attention of others at every port. Its “yellow” deck and pilothouse coloring allow Whisper to be more visible on the water particularly in a fog.

Hull And Deck


Hull:
• Full keel with internal sealed ballast
• Solid RFP hand layup
• Heavy SS rudder support shoe extending from keel forming a large protected propeller
aperture
• Hull below waterline coated with white or gray epoxy resin with a hard overcoat of red
anti-fowling bottom paint followed with substantially two overcoats of black ablative
anti-fowling bottom paint; this paint color strategy allows one to see where the bottom
paint wears away during the boating season
• Overlapping deck to hull joint with through bolts and teak over-cap
• Black gelcoat with black paint overcoat and then clear paint overcoat
• Port and starboard bilge keels to manage water flow toward canoe stern providing little
wake while underway
• Isolated bronze through-hull openings below and above waterline
Deck:
• PVC foam core with hand layup RFP using polyester and epoxy resins
• Rubberized urethane anti-slip deck coating
• Highly reinforced cabin top supporting mast tabernacle without inside compression
strut
• Aft enclosed pilothouse with roof extending over cockpit
• Dinghy storage on pilothouse roof
• Mast and boom with winch and running rigging for raising and lowering dinghy to and
from pilothouse roof
• Folding mast steps for access to pilothouse roof
• Mast is easily stepped onto gallows that bridges the bow pulpit, with the VHF antenna
and its adjustable mount moved to either an upright position or to a folded-back
position along the mast, with the boom lashed to its side
• Homemade radar reflector for others using radar to better see Whisper
• Port and starboard cockpit access doors
• Heavy bronze manual anchor winch
• 33-pound Bruce style anchor with about 19 feet of chain and 150 feet of ½-inch nylon
anchor line
• 13-S Danforth anchor with about 15 feet of chain and 150 feet of ½-inch nylon line
• Heavy bronze hawse cleats for making fast dock lines
• Two bronze anchor line cleats, one on deck forward of winch the other trailing from
winch drum
• Cockpit settee with enclosed storage
• Large cockpit hatch with generous storage locker below
• Port and starboard forward deck access walkways inside safety rails
• Port and starboard dorade directional vents through pilothouse roof and multi-directional “mushroom” styled vent through cabin top into head compartment

Accommodations


•Vee-style berth with 7-inch foam mattress resting on an air circulation pad, storage
underneath, and port and starboard storage drawers below; mattress having a hinge
feature for lift-up and easier access to its point; and overhead hatch and bronze ports
on port and starboard sides; berth is very comfortable particularly when one sleeps on
their side with back resting against the carpeted interior hull panel
• Sliding step to ease climbing into and out of berth and to ease emergency exit through
overhead hatch, hinged folding privacy door generally locked in open position
• Cedar lined hanging locker port side with storage drawer under
• Head compartment with electric toilet, SS sink with storage under, shower, sliding
mirror with storage behind, vanity with solid surface counter top (similar to Corian brand
counter top), laminate walls and ceiling, and sliding privacy door
• Head with a light prism and with exhaust fan feeding a “mushroom” styled outside vent
• Custom refrigerator having about five-cubic foot capacity and freezer having about two cubic
foot capacity – the entire compressor and plate system redesigned and replaced
two years ago
• Galley SS sink with storage under and having fitted colander and cutting board and
having an alternative solid surface insert to match counter top
• Electric oven, broiler, and 3-burner range with storage under and behind
• Galley settee with a solid surface table top with a drop-down feature to reconfigure
space as a temporary pilot bunk during overnight passages and a storage drawer
opposite oven; solid surface galley sink insert is stowed underneath this drawer
• Appliance garage adjacent to refrigerator with electric ground-fault receptacle for
storage and use of small galley appliances
• Custom storage cubby for galley plates, bowls, and cups
• Starboard helm with drop-down seat to allow either standing or sitting pilot use
configurations
• Navigation table aft of helm with a red light-bulb above and a lift top storage below with
TV and additional storage under with DVD player
• Port side pilothouse settee with removal arm rests and storage underneath seat
cushions
• Overhead drop-down hinged drawer for chart storage
• All ports, hatches, and windows that open have screens to prevent most insects from
entering and allowing cool breezes to enter from any direction
• Throughout the cabin are 120-volt ground-fault receptacles in vee-berth, head, galley,
and pilothouse
• Overhead and bulkhead 12-volt lighting throughout cabin and two overhead lights in
cockpit

Mechanical


• 30-amp shore power, 75-foot cord
• 32-amp Victron shore power isolation transformer (located in cockpit locker)
• 60-amp Victron 3-zone battery charger (located in engine room)
• Four AGM Lifeline batteries in three groups: one 12-volt, 43 amp/hour generator start
battery, one 12-volt, 105 amp/hour engine start battery, and two 6-volt, 400 amp/hour
batteries wired in series for 12-volt output to house (all recent replacements)
• House and engine start batteries are linked through an automatic charging relay to
permit the engine alternator to charge both batteries while underway or isolate engine
start battery if house battery voltage drops below certain set point
• 1.6 kW continuous rated (to the extent of available battery power) Victron sinewave
inverter for clean 120-volt AC power to all cabin receptacles (located in cockpit locker)
• Victron house battery power / charging monitor (located in helm dash below autopilot
panel)
• Main AC power distribution panel behind helm with redundant 30-amp circuit breakers
stepping down to 20-amp or 15-amp circuit breakers as appropriate
• Main DC power distribution panel adjacent to galley settee also having a secondary AC distribution panel with a 20-amp circuit breaker stepping down to separate 15-amp
circuit breakers to port and starboard cabin ground-fault receptacles
• In helm dash: Raymarine C-series multifunction widescreen GPS chart plotter with
Navionics charts of the Great Lakes, digital radar, two channel depth sounder, and a
separate hydraulic steering autopilot panel
• In helm dash: Yanmar engine control panel with engine tachometer, port and starboard
tank fuel level gauges below, and port tank water level gauge (port and starboard water
tanks are inner-connected and self-leveling)
• Magnetic compass and fluxgate compass
• Located overhead at the helm, a Standard Horizon 25-watt marine DSC transceiver
integrated with GPS data from chart plotter and including a 30-watt loud hailer having a
“listen-back” feature and with appropriate automatic foghorn, bell or whistle sound
programs
• Standard Horizon 6-watt handheld marine transceiver with DSC and GPS
• Tecma/Thetford electric flush toilet using pressurized fresh water from on-board tanks
• Seagull drinking water filter and faucet located at galley sink
• Seaward 11-gallon water heater with electric and recirculated engine heat
• Yanmar 3JH5E three-cylinder diesel engine with a KM35A gears having a 7-degree down angle turning a three-blade propeller having an 18-inch diameter and a 12-inch pitch and with a larger 100-amp Balmar alternator having a multi-stage voltage regulator
• Mase generator with a Yanmar single cylinder diesel engine having a continuous 2.9 kW output at 120 volts and having an exhaust muffler with water separation feature and
discharge below the hull waterline for quite operation while at anchor
• Air cooled refrigerator compressor and installed freezer plates recently replaced
• Bilge pump, back-up bilge pump, and automatic fresh water pressure pump recently
replaced
• DC and AC electrical grounding plate connected to a porous underwater bronze plate
providing enlarged surface ground area
• Redundant parallel fuel filter system allowing quick exchange of a dirty filter for a clean
back-up filter while underway for both the main engine and generator engine
• Engine and generator cooling water raw water filter and manifold

Additional


• All on-board spare parts including: fasteners, electric wire connectors, engine seawater impellers, alternator drive belt, fuel filters, oil filters, light bulbs, fuses, engine oil, hydraulic oil, hosing, and other miscellaneous supplies
• Full listing of all fuse and circuit breaker function and location
• Map of all hull underwater and above water access and discharge ports
• All galley dishes, pots, pans, storage containers, flatware, utensils, knives, and other
galley tools
• Vee berth bedding and hand and bath towels
• Relatively large first-aid kit (some of the medications and creams maybe out-of-date)
• Three marine fire extinguishers showing a full charge
• All available instruction manuals of boat systems and on-board gear
• Collection of life-jackets fixed and self-inflating and a throwable flotation ring
• Flares and other distress signaling devices (some out of date)
• Chart books for Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, Lake Huron, and Lake Erie
• Great Lake guide books
• Two dock poles, four cylindrical fenders, two ball fenders, one inflated boarding ladder
functioning as a fender, one telescoping boarding ladder, one spare cylindrical fender,
two homemade fender boards, full set of 5/8-inch diameter 30-foot dock lines, a set of
spare dock lines, small shop vacuum cleaner, deck umbrella, deck cleaning brush,
homemade water tank filling funnel with one-micron filter inserts with spares to mostly
remove dissolved iron and dirt, engine oil changing pump and dipstick hole tubing
inserts, water hoses and spray nozzles, water bucket, cleaning supplies, collapsible dock cart, small orbital hand buffer for applying and removing wax residue, marine beanbag chair (currently at home) for relaxing on the forward deck
• Custom winter tarp (currently at home) with wooden framework sections; tarp covers
boat to waterline
• Custom boat cradle with nine adjustable hull support pads two fixed keel support pads
and includes foldable boarding ladder when boat is in cradle
• Homemade emergency tiller (use requires opening hydraulic steering pump by-pass
valves behind an access panel on the aft side of large cockpit locker)
• Copy of Whisper’s computer log, from the day of its first sea trial to present, having five sections: General, Fuel and Engine Maintenance, Generator Maintenance, Check Lists (which also functions for general comments and observations), and Expenses listing yearly and overall expenses for a variety of sub-categories with all offering a detailed maintenance, repair and travel history that any new owner will value; (note, this log is based on spreadsheet computer software and requires tweaking adjustments of certain individual cell calculations at annual expense and at engine hour milestones; while a powerful record, effective use, as it is currently designed, requires an understanding of its underlying construction details; one needs to make back-up copies before making any changes; if these required adjustments are not made properly, the spreadsheet will not provide a useful on-going record)

Please note: the vessel has two inter-connected water tanks with the Port Tank holding about 90 gal max and the Starboard tank holding about 30 Gal for a total of 120 gallons.




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