Custom Stephens Waring Design Isobel

USD1,500,000 (Tax Not Paid)

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  • ISOBEL - cockpit
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  • ISOBEL - bow detail
  • ISOBEL - SWYD
ISOBEL has exceeded expectations. She is relatively light for her length, and can be well sailed and handled by
two. Visually ISOBEL is a unique blend of traditional and contemporary design, which is functionally
complemented with outstanding performance and exceptional comfort.

Location: Boston, MA
Listing office: Ancasta Yachts

USD1,500,000 (Tax Not Paid)

Boat Details

Make: Custom Stephens Waring Design
Model: Isobel
Year: 2011
LOA: 75ft/23m
Class: Sailing Cruiser
Hull: Wood
Keel: Fin Keel
Rig: Sloop
Engine: Single Diesel
Layout: Aft Cockpit
Berths: 4
Cabins: 2
Ancasta Ref: 31112
Vessel Name: Isobel
Isobel's design brief called for high performance and unsurpassed, stylish comfort, and the boat builder delivered an exceptional yacht.
Her very light weight and long waterline deliver dramatic performance off the wind in a breeze, while her relatively narrow beam, deep draft and generous stiffness make her a witch to windward.

NAVAL ARCHITECT - Stephens Waring Yacht Design
BUILDER - Brooklyn Boatyard
LAUNCHED - 2011

CONSTRUCTION
Hull
• Cold Molded, western red cedar w/ biaxial cloth and epoxy sheathing
• Laminated frames, floors and keelson. Cored bulkheads
• Metallic gray topsides with red and white boot-top, black Interlux Ultra bottom paint

Deck
• Composite, foam cored plywood sheathed in epoxy and glass
• Quarter sawn teak decking with white deckhouse and cockpit paint
• Cockpit is split into two separate areas, aft steering/crew and a guest area forward

DIMENSIONS
LOA 75'-8" 23.08 m
LWL 57'-2" 17.40 m
BEAM 15'-0" 4.57 m
DRAFT 10'-0" 3.04 m
DISP. 38,000 lbs 17.2 tons

all dimension are approximate
SLOOP RIG
Spars and Rigging
• Hall Spars carbon fiber, fractional, triple spreader rig with sweptback spreaders and no
standing backstay
• Hall Spars carbon fiber boom with integral cockpit lights
• Unidirectional carbon standing rigging with titanium end fittings
• GMT carbon fiber bow-sprit
• Nitronic-50 rod headstay with Harken electric roller furling unit
• Navtec hydraulic vang, outhaul and cunningham
• Harken batten car system with track switching device and custom headboard release
• Removable babystay
• Main, staysail and two jib halyards are Vectran core. Spinnaker, code zero halyards and
reefing lines are Dyneema core
• Sheets are Durabraid Dyneema with Equiplite soft shackles
• Vectran runner tails

SAILS
Full Doyle Sailmakers Inventory;
• Stratis carbon square head mainsail
• Working jib
• Heavy weather jib
• Race jib
• Masthead light genoa
• Masthead Code Zero Dimension Polyant Supercote 80+90
• 1.5 oz. Asymmetric Contender Supercote 8-+90
• A-3 Challenge Fibermax 64
• Dacron storm jib
• Dacron storm trysail

WINCHES
• Harken winch package;
2- 80ST Electric Primaries,
1- 80ST Electric Mainsheet,
2- 70ST Secondary and
2- 70ST Electric Halyard at mast-base

HARDWARE
• Spinlock XX and XXC clutches
• Harken stainless steel t-track and sliders in deck recesses. Jib sheets run under deck to cockpit
• 8 Harken T5 soft snatch blocks
• 3 Harken winch handles

Isobel’s accommodations are beautiful and cleanly executed in contemporary American birdseye maple
joinery with English oak cabin sole and v-grooved white overhead. Isobel has reverse cycle AC, and the
accommodations are particularly bright and airy and well ventilated with numerous hatches, including a
crossed array of hatches aft of the mast

Master Cabin
The owner’s cabin is forward just aft of a large sail locker, which is accessible via deck hatches. The
full-width cabin features a queen size island berth, vanity and stowage and the large master head is
next aft to starboard with WC, vanity with sink, and large enclosed shower stall.

Guest Cabins/Crew Cabin
Aft of the master cabin to port is a stowage locker immediately following is the guest cabin with over
and under single berths followed by a second enclosed head and another single berth cabin.

Galley
The commodious galley is opposite the guest cabin and has lovely cored stone counters, stainless steel
sink with stainless steel single lever mixing valve faucet,
• Dickinson 3-burner propane gimbaled stove outboard with cutting board insert,
• Microwave
• Vitrifrigo stainless steel front loading 3-compartment reefer/freezer aft

Main Saloon
Moving aft and up two steps is the stunning raised saloon surrounded by glass and with a folding Zebra
wood table and comfortable settees outboard and opening windows aft. All hatches are fitted with
screens. The saloon is exceptional in its own right, but is tremendously enhanced by the plush seating
and drop leaf table in the forward end of the lower cockpit which offers some shelter from the housetop
extending aft.
ENGINE
• 2011 Steyr MO Series 4-cylinder turbo diesel, direct injection, FWC 90 HP, 450 hours.
• ZF-SD 12 sail drive unit
• Maxprop 3 blade feathering propeller

ELECTRICAL
• 24 volt DC and 110 volt AC system
• 1 ea. 12 volt alternator
• 2 ea. 180 amp/hr. Gen-U-Sun lithium ion house batteries
• 2 ea. 12 volt lead acid batteries for main engine and generator
• 100 amp, 24 volt/dc IFG (internal flywheel generator)
• Kohler 110 volt AC diesel generator
• Victron Quatro 25/5000/120 inverter
• Victron BMV-602 Energy battery monitor
• Power Max cell phone booster
• Custom electric panel with circuit breakers
• Hubble 50’ 30amp shore power cord with 30/50 amp adaptor

TANKAGE
• Fuel; 146 gallons total, 116 gal. in keel stub tank, 30 gal. in fiberglass day tank with
transfer pump and automatic shutoff
• Water; 160 gallons total in two 80 gal. stainless steel tanks
• Hot Water; 20 gal. stainless steel Superstore tank
• Holding; 50 gallons total in two stainless steel tanks, 20 gal. and 30 gal.
• Gray Water; 52 gallon stainless steel tank
• Globius 4 tank gauges

PUMPS
• 3 ea. Rule electric bilge pumps with Ultra Float switches
• Arid 110 nine zone bilge system with sponge and capillary tube pick up
• 4 ea. High water alarm switches
• Jabsco manual diaphragm bilge pump
• Headhunter Excaliber 24 fresh water pump
• Portable anchor wash-down pump


NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
Raymarine electronics package with dual E120 touch screen plotter/radar displays at each
helm station and one E90 series display below decks
• 5 ea. Raymarine XT60 multi-function displays on deckhouse arch
• Raymarine smart controller, Bluetooth multiplexor capable
• Raymarine autopilot
• Handheld backup VHF and GPS
• Independent GPS backup antenna
• Raymarine wind, speed/log and depth instruments
• Active Sea-Me radar reflector
• AIS send and receive unit


GROUND TACKLE
• Ultra Plow anchor, 77 lb. with 150’ of 3/8” chain
• Fortress FX 85 anchor with 30’ of chain and 200’ of Megabraid rode
• Lewmar electric windlass


GENERAL EQUIPMENT
Deck
• Steering cockpit has twin helm stations on sculpted pedestals with plenty of room for crew.
There are two steps up to an uncluttered aft deck with enormous lazarette
• Main guest cockpit has twin settees protected by low profile couch roof with eyebrow and
large central table with folding leaves
• Stainless steel pulpits, stanchions and lifelines
• Arch over coach roof incorporates instrument displays and mainsheet
• Stainless steel hand rails atop deck salon
• Integral pad-eyes molded into toe rail
• Foredeck features a cockpit which conceals the mooring cleats windlass and headsail
furler. Provides secure area for anchor and sail handling
• Harken stainless steel t-track and sliders in deck recesses. Jib sheets run under deck to
cockpit
• 8 Harken T5 soft snatch blocks
• 3 Harken winch handles
• 2 stainless steel dorades
• 10 Lewmar deck hatches
• Dual lifelines with gates port and starboard
• Dual intensity spreader lights

APPLIANCES
• Dickinson 3-burner propane gimbaled stove outboard with cutting board insert,
• Microwave
• Vitrifrigo stainless steel front loading 3-compartment reefer/freezer aft


SAFETY EQUIPMENT
• Winslow 10-man soft pack life raft
• MOM 9-man overboard mini raft module
• 12 Type 1 PFD’s
• Ball and Manual air horn
• 3 ea. ABC fire extinguishers
• Engine compartment fire suppression system
• Global Fix Pro 406 EPIRB
• Flare Kit
Isobel is unusual, and not for everybody. Her speed and ease of handling have given her relatively
small accommodations for her length. It’s easy to overlook that when comparing her to other boats of
the same scale. But we think the trade off is worth it.
If you’re looking for an exciting boat that above all is easy to sail and will put smiles on the faces of your
family and guests, we’d be happy to speak with you and give you some time to see if this lovely ship is
a match for you and yours.