2510 First Ave N., St. Petersburg, FL 33713
727-323-5300

fax 727-323-5515
email:
sales@floridaboats.net

LOA: 31’ 7" LWL: 25’ 6" BEAM: 10’ 5" DRAFT: 4’ 6" DISPLACEMENT: 14,900# BALLAST: 5,800# SAIL AREA: 555 sq ft FUEL CAPACITY: 38 gallons in new aluminum tank WATER CAPACITY: 75 gallons, one 60 gallon stainless steel tank under cabin sole, one 15 gallon aluminum tank under V berth DESIGNER: Thomas Gilmer BUILDER: Allied Yachts, Catskill, NY

ENGINE: Kubota model VH1305 four cylinder fresh water cooled 35 hp diesel installed new in 2000. Twin Disk MG 340 transmission with 2:1 reduction, new ’04. Dual lever engine controls in cockpit. Engine instruments in cockpit include tach, oil pressure, water temperature, amp meter and hour meter. Sendur raw water strainer, Racor fuel filter/raw water separator, three blade prop.

ELECTRICAL: 12v system with four 6v deep cycle batteries in two banks with selector switch, 12v breaker panel with digital amp meter. Balmar 75 amp alternator with three stage regulator. Raritan automatic battery charger. 110v system with 50’ 30 amp shore power cord. 1000 watt inverter.

SAILS AND RIGGING: Ketch rigged. Painted aluminum masts, booms and spreaders. Masts stepped on deck. New teak compression post on main mast, additional bracing in engine room for mizzen mast. Stainless steel standing rigging with double lowers and remove-able inner forestay. Two Lewmar #40 genoa sheet winches, Lewmar #8 halyard winch on main mast, Barlow #16 halyard winch on mizzen mast, one Lewmar #8 and one Lewmar #6 reefing/halyard winches on cabin top at companionway with Lewmar rope clutches. Mainsheet with Schaffer full width traveler on bridge deck. Sails by Bremen and Sons include main with lazy jacks, mizzen, working jib, genoa and staysail. Profurl roller furling and whisker pole.

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT: Edson rack and pinion wheel steering, Stainless steel emergency tiller, Binnacle mounted Danforth 6" Constellation compass, Garmin GPS, Furuno loran, Standard VHF, Furuno 16 mile radar, ICOM 700 SSB, Robertson autopilot, Datamarine knot/log, Datamarine depth, Datamarine wind, ACR 406 EPIRB, Clarion AM/FM CD stereo, Seafrost 110v/engine driven holding plate refrigeration, Force 10 two burner stainless steel propane stove with oven, Two 10# aluminum propane tanks with Xinter propane monitor and control in custom built propane locker, Pressure water with in line Seagull water filter, Shower, Groco Model K marine head with direct overboard discharge/holding tank/macerator pump out, Stainless steel bow and stern pulpits, Double life lines with gates port and starboard, Stainless steel side mount swim ladder, Stainless steel hand rails, Custom teak and stainless steel bow platform with double anchor rollers, 35# CQR anchor with 8’ 3/8" chain and 250’ ¾" rode, 22# Danforth anchor with 7’ 3/8" chain and 250’ 5/8" rode, Danforth model 3100 storm anchor with 250’ ¾" rode, Dodger with stainless steel frame, Main mizzen and foredeck awnings, Closed cell foam cockpit cushions, MOB pole with flag, Life sling, Solas flares, Stainless steel jacklines, Avon inflatable dinghy, Mariner 4 hp ob

REFIT AND UPDATES SINCE ‘98: Waterline up- hull, deck, cabin and spars re-finished with Awlgrip. Non-skid pattern sprayed on cabin top, decks, cockpit sole and cockpit seat tops. Bottom sand blasted. Two layers of 22 oz bi-ax fabric applied to cover entire bottom. Nine coats of West System Epoxy applied with barrier coat additive in accordance with West System recommendations. New port lights and new fixed windows and frames. Deck hatch frames removed, sand blasted, powder coated and re-installed. Engine, engine instrument panel, and fuel tank replaced. Engine compartment painted. New fuel system and engine hoses. New electrical panel installed. Cork tile installed on cabin sole, table top and nav area. New custom designed, varnished, cockpit coamings and winch pads installed. Seafrost refrigeration updated with new compressor and valves for use with R32 refrigerant. All seacocks removed, re-machined, painted and reinstalled. Bonding system updated and grounding plates installed to ABYC standards or better. Polished stainless steel handrails installed on cabin top to replace original teak hand rails. New custom stainless steel and teak bowsprit including head stay/bob stay attachment, with twin anchor rollers. Baby stay with stainless steel stem head chain plate. New stainless steel chain plates. All stainless steel is type 316L. New hoses on rudder post and shaft log. Holding tank with macerator pump installed. Head rebuilt and repainted with all new hoses.

COMMENTS: "MISS POSSUM" offers a unique opportunity to purchase a classic full keel cruising boat that has been updated and improved, at a fraction of the cost to do it yourself. "MISS POSSUM’S" owner for the last 18 years has been involved in the marine industry for all of his working life and in semi-retirement maintains a woodworking and machine shop. Custom metal fabrication for yachts is his specialty. Her special refinements and high level of maintenance make MISS POSSUM a standout in any anchorage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LOA: 31’ 7" LWL: 25’ 6" BEAM: 10’ 5" DRAFT: 4’ 6"
DISPLACEMENT: 14,900# BALLAST: 5,800#
SAIL AREA: 555 sq ft
FUEL CAPACITY: 38 gallons in new aluminum tank
WATER CAPACITY: 75 gallons, one 60 gallon stainless steel tank under cabin sole
and one 15 gallon aluminum tank under V berth
DESIGNER: Thomas Gilmer BUILDER: Allied Yachts, Catskill, NY

ENGINE: Kubota model VH1305 four cylinder fresh water cooled 35 hp diesel installed new in 2000. Twin Disk MG 340 transmission with 2:1 reduction, new ’04. Dual lever engine controls in cockpit. Engine instruments in cockpit include tach, oil pressure, water temperature, amp meter and hour meter. Sendur raw water strainer, Racor fuel filter/raw water separator, three blade prop.

ELECTRICAL: 12v system with four 6v deep cycle batteries in two banks with selector switch, 12v breaker panel with digital amp meter. Balmar 75 amp alternator with three state regulator. Raritan automatic battery charger. 110v system with 50’ 30 amp shore power cord. 1000 watt inverter.

SAILS AND RIGGING: Ketch rigged. Painted aluminum masts, booms and spreaders. Masts stepped on deck. New teak compression post on main mast, additional bracing in engine room for mizzen mast. Stainless steel standing rigging with double lowers and remove-able inner forestay. Two Lewmar #40 genoa sheet winches, Lewmar #8 halyard winch on main mast, Barlow #16 halyard winch on mizzen mast, one Lewmar #8 and one Lewmar #6 reefing/halyard winches on cabin top at companionway with Lewmar rope clutches. Mainsheet with Schaffer full width traveler on bridge deck. Sails by Bremen and Sons include main with lazy jacks, mizzen, working jib, genoa and staysail. Profurl roller furling and whisker pole.

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT: Edson rack and pinion wheel steering, Stainless steel emergency tiller, Binnacle mounted Danforth 6" Constellation compass, Garmin GPS, Furuno loran, Standard VHF, Furuno 16 mile radar, ICOM 700 SSB, Robertson autopilot, Datamarine knot/log, Datamarine depth, Datamarine wind, ACR 406 EPIRB, Clarion AM/FM CD stereo, Seafrost 110v/engine driven holding plate refrigeration, Force 10 two burner stainless steel propane stove with oven, Two 10# aluminum propane tanks with Xinter propane monitor and control in custom built propane locker, Pressure water with in line Seagull water filter, Shower, Groco Model K marine head with direct overboard discharge/holding tank/macerator pump out, Stainless steel bow and stern pulpits, Double life lines with gates port and starboard, Stainless steel side mount swim ladder, Stainless steel hand rails, Custom teak and stainless steel bow platform with double anchor rollers, 33# Bruce anchor with 8’ 3/8" chain and 250’ ¾" rode, 22# Danforth anchor with 7’ 3/8" chain and 250’ 5/8" rode, Danforth model 3100 storm anchor with 250’ ¾" rode, Dodger with stainless steel frame, Main mizzen and foredeck awnings, Closed cell foam cockpit cushions, MOB pole with flag, Life sling, Solas flares, Stainless steel jacklines, West Marine inflatable dinghy with 2.5 hp Nissan ob

REFIT AND UPDATES SINCE ‘98: Waterline up- hull, deck, cabin and spars re-finished with Awlgrip. Non-skid pattern sprayed on cabin top, decks, cockpit sole and cockpit seat tops. Bottom sand blasted. Two layers of 22 oz bi-ax fabric applied to cover entire bottom. Nine coats of West System Epoxy applied with barrier coat additive in accordance with West System recommendations. New port lights and new fixed windows and frames. Deck hatch frames removed, sand blasted, powder coated and re-installed. Engine, engine instrument panel, and fuel tank replaced. Engine compartment painted. New fuel system and engine hoses. New electrical panel installed. Cork tile installed on cabin sole, table top and nav area. New custom designed, varnished, cockpit coamings and winch pads installed. Seafrost refrigeration updated with new compressor and valves for use with R32 refrigerant. All seacocks removed, re-machined, painted and reinstalled. Bonding system updated and grounding plates installed to ABYC standards or better. Polished stainless steel handrails installed on cabin top to replace original teak hand rails. New custom stainless steel and teak bowsprit including head stay/bob stay attachment, with twin anchor rollers. Baby stay with stainless steel stem head chain plate. New stainless steel chain plates. All stainless steel is type 316L. New hoses on rudder port and shaft log. Holding tank with macerator pump installed. Head rebuilt and repainted with all new hoses.

COMMENTS: "MISS POSSUM" offers a unique opportunity to purchase a classic full keel cruising boat that has been updated and improved, at a fraction of the cost to do it yourself. "MISS POSSUM’S" recent previous owner for 18 years was involved in the marine industry for all of his working life. Custom metal fabrication for yachts was his specialty. Her special refinements and high level of maintenance make MISS POSSUM a standout in any anchorage.