In the water and ready to go! Resent survey comments "Quite good condition for her 87 years", survey available upon request.
While Latitude maintains her original 1929 design and features reminiscent of the Roaring ’20s, she has been lovingly restored by her current owners to her true prime condition. She has been re-powered with an efficient Yanmar diesel. Other notable improvements include a modern down galley, Temco marine head system and updated electronics.
"Latitude" has launched for the 2016 season and is ready for inspection! Please call/email to make an appointment to view.
“To give real service you must add something which cannot be bought or measured with money, and that is sincerity and integrity.” – Douglas Adams
We are always in search of quality vessels to list, so if you are thinking about selling or upgrading, please email us to discover the difference that is Latitude Yacht Brokerage:
Ryan J. Miller
Yacht Broker / Owner / U.S.C.G. Master Capt.
See what we are all about:
Please contact Ryan Miller at 401-835-0069
Altre Caratteristiche, Attrezzatura ed Informazioni:
Nome della barca
L.F.T. Lunghezza fuori tutto: 32 ft 7 in
Larghezza: 8 ft 6 in
Pescaggio massimo: 3 ft 0 in
Potenza totale: 90 HP
Marca motore: Yanmar
Anno di costruzione: 2010
Modello motore: 4JH3-TE
Tipo motore: Entrobordo-EB
N. ore del motore: 900
Tipo propulsione: Linea d'asse
Potenza Motore: 90 HP
Velocità di crociera: 6 Nodi @ 1200 GIRI / MIN
Numero di serbatoi d'acqua dolce: 1 Plastica (30 Galloni)
Numero di serbatoi di carburante: 2 Plastica (50 Galloni)
Numero di serbatoi acque nere: 1 Plastica (17 Galloni)
Build in 1929 by N.J. Blanchard Boat Company; Latitude has been a United States Documented Vessel since she was launched. Past records have indicated her original name may have been “Adagio”. Other names since may have consisted of “Martha E”, “Ananda” and now “Latitude”. Current owners carefully chose the name “LATITUDE” mainly because her beautiful lines remind them of latitudes on a navigational chart. Latitude has managed to maintain almost all of its original construction and cabin arrangement. In 2011, she was nearly 80 percent restored, however, she was closed up without proper ventilation for almost two years. This led to several areas of dry rot and major condensation issues throughout her interior. It was then her current owners purchased the vessel. Latitude was hauled out to under go a full restoration on her hull from the water line down which also included repairing multiple areas above the water line. From varnish to electrical, thru hulls and running gear, it suddenly became a mission to bring this vessel back to her prime. They succeeded in doing just that. Latitude still has the original round chine designed by N.J. Blanchard Boat Company but has been modified slightly to a semidisplacement “V-Hull”. Several frames and stringers have been “sistered” for support reasons but both original and new are all made from oak. The hull planking is Port Orford cedar with a mahogany transom. Many of the original bronze fasteners still keep her planking together. From bow to stern, Latitude boasts the finest boat building from the “Roaring 20s”.
Type of Bottom: Round Chine, Modified V Semi-Displacement
Planking: Port Orford Cedar, Carvel planked
Keel: Full Keel, wood; Douglas Fir
Cabin Tops: Canvas over Fir tongue and groove
Cabin Structure: Mahogany Framed and Paneled
Hard Top: Pained Canvas over fir tongue and groove
Galley: Full galley starboard side main cabin
Refrigeration: Frigidaire AC with 110V DC Invertor
Head: 12V Temco Marine Head
Sewage Disposal: 22 Gallon Black Water holding tank/MSD Type III deck pump out
Showers: After deck fresh water wash down below deck
Heating: Pro-Com catalytic heater, LPG
Single Yanmar 4JH3-TE, 4 cylinder inline turbo charged
Gear Box: Kanzaki KBW21 2.62:1 Ratio
Jabsco Freshwater Pump
Viking 12V 220PSI Air Compressor
Raytheon Ray45VHF transceiver
Raymarine Fishfinder L365
Freedom HF/1800 Power Invertor
Upgrades & Improvements
All wiring 12V/24V and 110V replaced with 14 gauge marine romex (approx 200ft).
Digital reverse polarity meter installed.
All through hulls replaced with new brass through hulls including main engine.
12v Battery cabling replaced with marine cabling and heavy-duty bus bar installed.
8 Starboard Side aft planks replaced with Port Orford Cedar and re fastened (Portland, OR) Rocky Point Shipyard
Steel Fastening Bow Strike Strip on bow replaced with new stainless strip and new bronze fasteners installed.
4 Through Hulls replaced including valves and all fittings. New backing blocks and bronze fittings installed and used.
Swim platform brackets bolts removed and replaced with bronze hardware and bronze carriage bolts.
Stripped fore deck and hardtop of all paint and primer. Sealed canvas with Awlgrip 2 step sealer and reapplied primer and Awlgrip paint.
Three new 12V Rule high velocity bilges installed.
Replaced corroded keel bolts
Shifting and transmission cables replaced (Stanley’s Boat Yard, Barrington)
Transmission inspected and serviced (Stanley’s Boat Yard, Barrington)
Furuno Radar Installed
Forepeak/Bow Sprit reinforced
Yanmar mechanically fully serviced.
Pilothouse dashboard replaced, brass overlaid on mahogany and 12V electrically reconfigured
LED Courtesy lighting added throughout exterior and interior of vessel
New black water tank installed in forepeak
New overboard discharge pump installed in forepeak.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.