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Typical Inventory List

Electronics & Navigation Equipment

Raymarine ‘Color’ Radar w/ Highbright display w/ 2 kw Radome antenna interfaced to GPS.

Raymarine ‘Color’ Raychart w/ Highbright display with coverage on Electronic Charts.

Chart coverage includes Narragansett Bay, Buzzard Bay to Nantucket, Long Island Sound and to New York City.

Raymarine “GPS” with Raystar 125 antenna sensor.

VHF fixed mounted radio w/ RAM Command Mic at helm.

Radar reflector.

Raymarine ST-6001 Plus Linear Drive Autopilot

Alder-Barbour “Super Cold Machine”, 12 Volt Refrigeration

CD / AM/FM stereo and I-pod connection cable with salon & cockpit speakers

Microwave with 10 power levels – 120v. (Shore power only)

Guest Oscillating Fans for Salon and Cabins

Weather Station: Barometer, Clock, Air Thermometer

House Batteries (2) 12 volt 200 amp Deep Cycle

Engine Battery (1) 12 volt 100 amp Deep Cycle

West Marine Battery “Islolator”

High Output Amp Marine Alternator

Guest 40 amp Automatic Battery Charger

Cellular phone/ Computer hookup

Raymarine ST 60 Tridata Depthsounder

Raymarine ST 60 Tridata Speed / Distance Trip & Sea Temperature

Raymarine ST 60 Tridata Wind Speed / 360 Direction Indicator

Raymarine Instruments located in pod at helm

Sternrail seats

Davis Hand Bearing Illuminated Compass

5″ Dome Voyager Illuminated Compass

Waterproof 7x50 Binoculars

Wood thru-hole plugs

Small Cockpit Cooler with table leafs

Accommodation & Layout

Sleeps 8, forward cabin with private head / shower, 2 aft cabins with shared head / shower and a “convertible dinette” that lowers to create a 4th double berth.

Note the following features :4 Cabin & Salon fans; 3 hanging lockers; nav station aft of galley, teak and holly sole; 22 gallon holding tank with 2 MACERATORs; all rounded teak corners; 6′ 5″ headroom; smoked Plexiglas companion way hatches to allow light in.

Galley

8 dinner plates, 8 side plates 8 cereal bowls, 8 glasses, 8 coffee mugs, 8 flatware serving sets, cutting knifes, mixing bowls, pots & pans, cutting board, colander, Coffee Percolator, Tea Kettle, 12 volt top loading ice box; 3 burner propane stove with oven, inside dimensions: 15″+ wide x 8″+ deep by 4″+ high; stove igniters, hot water heater; pressure water system; deep double stainless sinks; electric ice box drain pump; and food storage.

Electrical System

12 volt (DC); 110 volt (AC); (2) 12 volt house batteries with Islolator; (1) 12 volt engine battery; automatic battery charger; dockside 50′ Shorepower cord-30 amps, 125 volts; Navigation and cabin & lights.

Deck & Hull
Bow and stern pulpits with rails; side stanchions with lifelines; lifelines boarding gates on transom ; Silver-grey Sunbrella Dodger with plastic removable windows on a s/s frame; Sunbrella Bimini Top on collapsible s/s frame; Coast Guard Safety Package; fiberglass deck; 1 Horseshoe buoys; Life Jackets; Boatswain’s chair; aft swim ladder; 1 CQR 40 lb. anchors with 200′ chain; Electric Windlass ; cockpit seats and sole grate are teak; two cockpit “long” Blue cushions; teak cockpit table leafs; pedastal-mounted drink holder; fenders; fender boards; docking lines; teak ensign staff; a 42″ Destroyer Wheel with leather stitched on the wheel and spokes. Bottom paint: Pettit ACP-50 Multi-Season Ablative. Wood: Silkens “Cetol Marine”
Mechanical Equipment & Engine Details

YANMAR “4JH 4” Diesel 56 H.P. fresh water cooled engine.

Racor Filter / Separator and metallic unit on engine.

Bulge pumps : 1 electric and 2 manual; 3 Dry Chemical fire extinguishers.

Stuffing Box : Bronze, packed with “Drip-Free” shaft packing

Stove control panel with shut off valves. Spare propane tank.

Tool storage locker under cushion

Propeller : 3-blade bronze fixed 19x11 RH “.

Sails & Rigging
Equipped for cruising and racing; (10) Spinlock “XT” Express Series rope clutches; stainless wire standing rigging; Pro Furl reefing and furling system; 4 Lewmar self tailing winches… Cockpit : 2 Lewmar 54 Genoa controll and 2 Lewmar 44 Haylard controll mounted on the Coach roof; 3 winch handles; 2 Double openning footblocks ;Boom Vang ; Lewmar mainsheet traveler control system.
Safety Equipment
Medical First Aid Kit

Ship’s bell; Marine air-blast signal horn; Master human-lung blast horn; and 2 whistles.

Orion 12 gauge marine alert / locate signal kit with current flares.

Type 1 Offshore Life Jackets ( 8 )

Diving mask.

Lifesling with white bag and water activated light, stern mounted.

Emergency tiller

Radar Reflector

Manual bilge pumps.

Documentation Number

Other Features
Furnished with cooking and eating utensils, pots, pans, dinnerware as well as glassware and serving pieces.

Dodger and Bimini

10′ Inflatable “Zodiac” Grey Dinghy.

Suzuki 4H.P. Outboard.

Stern rail outboard engine mounting bracket.

Four fenders, dock lines and boat hook.

Remarks

Perfect fast charter boat !!!

This sailboat is 100 % ready for offshore sailing or just local cruising !

Call Brian P. Blank

Phone (860) 388-6463 Mobile (860) 227-3435 Fax (860) 388-6563

* Price includes dinghy, motor and bottom linens.

* Book early! Confirm with your deposit and sailing resume!

Typical Inventory List

Electronics & Navigation Equipment

Raymarine ‘Color’ Radar w/ Highbright display w/ 2 kw Radome antenna interfaced to GPS.

Raymarine ‘Color’ Raychart w/ Highbright display with coverage on Electronic Charts.

Chart coverage includes Narragansett Bay, Buzzard Bay to Nantucket, Long Island Sound and to New York City.

Raymarine “GPS” with Raystar 125 antenna sensor.

VHF fixed mounted radio w/ RAM Command Mic at helm.

Radar reflector.

Raymarine ST-6001 Plus Linear Drive Autopilot

Alder-Barbour “Super Cold Machine”, 12 Volt Refrigeration

CD / AM/FM stereo and I-pod connection cable with salon & cockpit speakers

Microwave with 10 power levels – 120v. (Shore power only)

Guest Oscillating Fans for Salon and Cabins

Weather Station: Barometer, Clock, Air Thermometer

House Batteries (2) 12 volt 200 amp Deep Cycle

Engine Battery (1) 12 volt 100 amp Deep Cycle

West Marine Battery “Islolator”

High Output Amp Marine Alternator

Guest 40 amp Automatic Battery Charger

Cellular phone/ Computer hookup

Raymarine ST 60 Tridata Depthsounder

Raymarine ST 60 Tridata Speed / Distance Trip & Sea Temperature

Raymarine ST 60 Tridata Wind Speed / 360 Direction Indicator

Raymarine Instruments located in pod at helm

Sternrail seats

Davis Hand Bearing Illuminated Compass

5″ Dome Voyager Illuminated Compass

Waterproof 7x50 Binoculars

Wood thru-hole plugs

Small Cockpit Cooler with table leafs

Accommodation & Layout

Sleeps 8, forward cabin with private head / shower, 2 aft cabins with shared head / shower and a “convertible dinette” that lowers to create a 4th double berth.

Note the following features :4 Cabin & Salon fans; 3 hanging lockers; nav station aft of galley, teak and holly sole; 22 gallon holding tank with 2 MACERATORs; all rounded teak corners; 6′ 5″ headroom; smoked Plexiglas companion way hatches to allow light in.

Galley

8 dinner plates, 8 side plates 8 cereal bowls, 8 glasses, 8 coffee mugs, 8 flatware serving sets, cutting knifes, mixing bowls, pots & pans, cutting board, colander, Coffee Percolator, Tea Kettle, 12 volt top loading ice box; 3 burner propane stove with oven, inside dimensions: 15″+ wide x 8″+ deep by 4″+ high; stove igniters, hot water heater; pressure water system; deep double stainless sinks; electric ice box drain pump; and food storage.

Electrical System

12 volt (DC); 110 volt (AC); (2) 12 volt house batteries with Islolator; (1) 12 volt engine battery; automatic battery charger; dockside 50′ Shorepower cord-30 amps, 125 volts; Navigation and cabin & lights.

Deck & Hull
Bow and stern pulpits with rails; side stanchions with lifelines; lifelines boarding gates on transom ; Silver-grey Sunbrella Dodger with plastic removable windows on a s/s frame; Sunbrella Bimini Top on collapsible s/s frame; Coast Guard Safety Package; fiberglass deck; 1 Horseshoe buoys; Life Jackets; Boatswain’s chair; aft swim ladder; 1 CQR 40 lb. anchors with 200′ chain; Electric Windlass ; cockpit seats and sole grate are teak; two cockpit “long” Blue cushions; teak cockpit table leafs; pedastal-mounted drink holder; fenders; fender boards; docking lines; teak ensign staff; a 42″ Destroyer Wheel with leather stitched on the wheel and spokes. Bottom paint: Pettit ACP-50 Multi-Season Ablative. Wood: Silkens “Cetol Marine”
Mechanical Equipment & Engine Details

YANMAR “4JH 4” Diesel 56 H.P. fresh water cooled engine.

Racor Filter / Separator and metallic unit on engine.

Bulge pumps : 1 electric and 2 manual; 3 Dry Chemical fire extinguishers.

Stuffing Box : Bronze, packed with “Drip-Free” shaft packing

Stove control panel with shut off valves. Spare propane tank.

Tool storage locker under cushion

Propeller : 3-blade bronze fixed 19x11 RH “.

Sails & Rigging
Equipped for cruising and racing; (10) Spinlock “XT” Express Series rope clutches; stainless wire standing rigging; Pro Furl reefing and furling system; 4 Lewmar self tailing winches… Cockpit : 2 Lewmar 54 Genoa controll and 2 Lewmar 44 Haylard controll mounted on the Coach roof; 3 winch handles; 2 Double openning footblocks ;Boom Vang ; Lewmar mainsheet traveler control system.
Safety Equipment
Medical First Aid Kit

Ship’s bell; Marine air-blast signal horn; Master human-lung blast horn; and 2 whistles.

Orion 12 gauge marine alert / locate signal kit with current flares.

Type 1 Offshore Life Jackets ( 8 )

Diving mask.

Lifesling with white bag and water activated light, stern mounted.

Emergency tiller

Radar Reflector

Manual bilge pumps.

Documentation Number

Other Features
Furnished with cooking and eating utensils, pots, pans, dinnerware as well as glassware and serving pieces.

Dodger and Bimini

10′ Inflatable “Zodiac” Grey Dinghy.

Suzuki 4H.P. Outboard.

Stern rail outboard engine mounting bracket.

Four fenders, dock lines and boat hook.

Remarks

Perfect fast charter boat !!!

This sailboat is 100 % ready for offshore sailing or just local cruising !

Call Brian P. Blank

Phone (860) 388-6463 Mobile (860) 227-3435 Fax (860) 388-6563

* Price includes dinghy, motor and bottom linens.

* Book early! Confirm with your deposit and sailing resume!

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Available Charters

Now taking reservations for May, June, July August, Sept. & Oct. 2017 charters.

Google Maps Harbor Views

Check out interactive maps of New England’s harbors.

Specials

Weekly rate of $3,500 May 21 thru mid-Sept on our Beneteau 42’s.
Late Sept. or Oct. weekend specials from $1,500.

Testimonials

  • We booked a sailboat with a local Massachusetts broker and were informed a week before the charter that the sailboat was not available and she had no replacement. We were highly disappointed as my dad, brother and father in law were flying in from across the country to sail for a week. I went on-line and found Bareboat Sailing Charters-Newport. Brian was most accommodating and a pleasure to work with. He was able to offer us a Jeanneau 49’ Deck Salon. The boat was well equipped with many options that included (3) color GPS chart plotters and a 10’ dinghy. The 20 minute virtual tour video of the boat was great and allowed us to get familiar with the boat and its systems prior to beginning of our sailing adventure. We now have wonderful memories with my family sailing to the islands of Cuttyhunk, Martha’s Vineyard & Nantucket. Looking forward to our next charter with Brian @ Bareboat Sailing Charters. Many thanks from Alex and family!!

    Alex
  • My husband and I chartered a Beneteau 45′ for a week long trip to MV and Nantucket, and hired Captain Scott. We own the same boat on the Great Lakes and wanted to get experience sailing in New England. Our boat was clean and in tip-top condition. Scott was an invaluable instructor and our navigational skills improved immeasurably. The entire experience exceeded our expectations (sun every day helped!) I would not hesitate to recommend Bareboat Sailing Charters.

    Tracy
  • We have chartered many, many times (since 1985) from Bareboat Sailing Charters in Newport. Great boat with great weekly charter prices. The boat was well maintained and all systems were highly functioning. The boat was well equipped with many options that included (2) color GPS chart plotters and a 10’ dinghy. The 20 minute virtual tour video of the boat was great. After watching it, you feel like you already know the boat and its technology upon boarding. Thanks, Bareboat Sailing Charters for a memorable vacation!

    Daniel
  • A dream come true for Captain and crew! The Jenneau 439 we chartered from Bareboat Sailing was comfortable and perfectly suited for our group. The boat was well equipped and in great working conditon when we boarded. We spent the next 6 days bopping port to port around the Elizabeth Islands and Martha’s Vineyard. Bareboat Sailings crew made everything easy for first timers in that area. We’ll be back next year!

    Chip
  • “What a fantastic vacation”. We just returned from a wonderful vacation aboard the Beneteau 45 we chartered. There were two families onboard, but with 4 cabins there was plenty of room for everyone. The boat was equipped with all the electronics we could need and the chart plotter was especially useful during our week. The best part of the boat, according to my kids, was the hydraulic transom that lowered to create a great swim platform. Will charter again and again.

    Wendy
  • We rented July a Jeanneau 439 for 3 weeks to sail from Newport to New York and back. This long dream became really true. And thanks to Brian we were excellent prepared by several books, maps and most important by a super maintained ship equipped with everything we needed. I charted already boats all over the world, but here both the check-in and check-out was the easiest and fastest ever. Thanks for this great time!

    Karl
  • “Living the Dream!” My friends and I just booked our first charter with from Bareboat Sailing Charters to Nantucket last week. The boat was well maintained and all systems were functioning. The boat was well equipped with many options that included (2) color GPS chart plotters and a 10’ dinghy. The 20 minute virtual tour video of the boat was great. After watching it, you feel like you already know the boat & electronic when you board. Chalk up another great sailing vacation!!!

    John
  • This is my 5th time chartering through Bareboat Sailing. The boats are the best maintained of any I have chartered and I have been doing this for about 12 years. The checkouts and support from Brian and his crew are second to none. The boats are very well equipped, including chart plotters and radar. They also come with a dinghy and outboard. Like the boats they are always in good order…not necessarily a given in the charter industry. Simply put, Bareboat is one of the most professional organizations I have dealt with and I look I forward to many more trips with them in the future.

    Al
  • This outfit and the people behind are absolutely fantastic. I have chartered from them every year for the last 10-years and each time my expectations are far exceeded. The boats are always in excellent condition (with a noticeable and very well received emphasis on safety), the service and help we get along the way from Brian and his staff always goes above and beyond, and the area / region is not to be beat. You are virtually guaranteed to have a terrific experience if you choose Bareboat Sailing Charters.

    Ross