“Lady Maribel” is a classic Monk Designed Pilothouse.
Monk McQueen is famous for quality in design, performance and construction. Lady Maribel shows off all of her glamour, and her features and equipment are sure to impress you. Her deck arrangement offers a full-beam master stateroom with curved stairwell from the salon. Guest staterooms are all forward of the engine room. Owner has had the pleasure of enjoying such a beauty and is now ready to part ways.
Bottom anti-fouling paint – Completed Feb. 2015
New zincs – Completed Feb. 2015
Survey – Completed Feb. 2015
- Maximum Speed: 22 kn
- Beam: 20′
- Hull Material: Wood
- Max Draft: 5′
- Displacement: 100,000 lb
- Fuel Tank: 1 x 740|gallon
- Fresh Water: 1 x 1200|gallon
- Holding: 1 x 110|gallon
- Cabins: 4
- Heads: 4
She sleeps 8 owners and guests in 4 staterooms. All staterooms have ensuite heads, three of which have ensuite stall showers as well. The master stateroom is aft and features a jacuzzi tub, centerline king-size bed, and tremendous storage throughout.
The VIP stateroom is amidships, forward of engine room. Forward of the VIP is the galley and main salon. Further forward to starboard is a guest stateroom featuring twin-size bunks and ensuite head with stall shower. Further forward is the last guest stateroom with upper and lower twin bunks and ensuite head. Abundant storage throughout vessel.
Galley offers many home features. Corian countertops; Great lighting throughout the galley and generous cabinet drawer storage. pressure freshwater system with Sea Recovery 1500-GPD watermaker and (2) Torrid hot water heaters (one each 20 and 30 gallon); Nutone central vac system; and belowdecks SHIP’S LAUNDRY with White Westinghouse Space Saver washing machine and dryer are just the beginning:
- Four burner Gaggeneau
- Sub-Zero Refrigerator/freezer
- Whirlpool chest freezer in lower storage/mechanical space
- Broan trash compactor
- U-line wine cooler under center isalnd
- Garbage disposal
- Hot water dispenser
Eletronics & Navigation Equipment
- Furuno 36 mile radar
- Garmin 210 and Datamarine GPS AP@
- Northstar 800 Loran
- (2) Danforth compesses
- (2) Furuno FCV 600L fathometer
- Datamarine Mulilink with repeater on F/B
- Datamarine Multilink repeater and alarm located in master stateroom
- (1) w-h compass for auto pilot beneath galley in storage/mechanical space
- w-h model AP-2 with remote
- w-h rudder angle indicator at both helm stations
- (2) Icom IC-M80 VHF radio
- (1) ICOM IC M 700 SSB radio
- Cybernet CTX 1000 hailer
- Intec closed circut tv for viewing aft deck
12v and 24v DC systems; 110v and 220v AC systems with panels and fuse/circuit breaker protection. GENSETS consist of one each Northern Lights 20kW and 12kW inside sound shields. SHORE POWER is 250v 50-amp receptacle in engine room plus a 120v receptacle located on the aft deck. Vessel is set-up with an assortment of shorepower cables/adapters and is also equipped with a transformer to boost and maintain proper incoming voltage level plus one to serve as an isolation transformer.
BATTERIES include (2) 12v deep cycle wet cell main engine start (new in 2005); (1) 12v deep cycle wet cell for aux engine start; (8) 12v deep cycle, wet cell for house bank; and (16) 6v Dyno deep cycle, wet cell for inverter bank. CHARGERS include a McCarron Step Charger 12vDC 60 amp; Ratelco Consta Volt 12vDC 30-amp; and Trace charger/inverter for house batteries.
GROUND TACKLE includes a Lewmar 3000 hydraulic powered windlass with capstan and controls at the foredeck (foot switches), lower helm, and flying bridge; deck fittings port and starboard on foredeck for anchor and chain wash down; Sea Hook 150-lb galvanized main anchor with bow roller, swivel and shackle secured with safety wire; and approximately 400′ of galvanized all-chain rode. MOORING CAPSTANS include (1) vertical capstan on Lemar anchor windlass; and (1) Maxwell Nillson vertical capstan with foot switch in aft stbd corner of aft deck (12vDC). Selector switch (rotary) located in engine room aft of starboard main engine, at deck level.
TENDER is a 15′ Nouvarania with 75-hp Mercury outboard, boat deck storage chocks, Nick Jackson 1500-lb. davit launch/retrieve system; and a handy dedicated 80-gallon gasoline fueling station in the lazarette, port side.
Mechanical & Engine Details
ENGINE ROOM dual access from either forward or aft. The vessel’s gensets are located forward port and starboard. A work bench with engine instrumentation and electrical system selector switches mounted above is located forward. The vessel’s two main engines are port and starboard of centerline. Outboard of the port main is the Webasto heating system and MSD system components. Outboard ofthe starboard main engine is the water maker. Aft ofthe starboard main engine are the battery chargers, transformers and shore power receptacle. Aft on centerline is a door the leads to the aft passageway and master stateroom. To port of the aft door is a stainless steel folding sink. The engine room deck plates are diamond plate aluminum covered by custom fitted carpeting.
LAZARETTE is accessed by two hatches on the aft deck, one to port and one to starboard. There is an eighty gallon aluminum gasoline tank to starboard. The rest of the space is used for storing lines and fenders. Beneath the lazerette deck plates is the vessel’s steering gear and a Rule bilge pump with automatic float switch.
PROPS are (2) bronze 4-bladed 34×30; SHAFTS are 2-1/2″ stainless steel; STUFFING BOXES are bronze, conventional; STRUTS are (2) bronze vee, one per side; BEARINGS are (2) cutlass bearings in bronze struts; RUDDERS are (2) stainless steel spade with bronze stuffing boxes; other thru-hull fittings are bronze; ALSO NOTE: hydraulic BOW THRUSTER.
OTHER: Telecor gauges for engine room temp, outside air temp, sea water temp, wind speed; Centec Benmar fuel management control panel; Tank Tender tank level monitor.
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