If your bucket list includes circumnavigation, this is YOUR boat. The Cape George is known for quality construction and excellence. Hull #13 was a combined effort of the owner and Cape George. The first upgrade consisted of a solid (not cored) layup including extra layers of glass and 100% vinyl ester resin thus providing extra strength to the hull. The owner's version of the interior includes custom woodwork of teak, mahogany, Alaskan yellow cedar and purple heart inlays. Systems include hydronic heat, refrigeration, AC and much more. A conservatively rated Yanmar 51hp diesel with a closed cooling system is accompanied by a full electronics package.
Lorgadoir Eolais (Lore ga door O lish) in Gaelic means "Seeker of Knowledge". This boat was built to explore the world. The next adventure is yours.
For additional information, or to arrange viewing please contact Sandy Bakken at SEA Marine
Office: 360- 385-4000
Vessel Name: Lorgadoir Eolais- Seeker of Knowledge
Documented Vessel ID: #1181791
Year Completed: 2006
Cape George: Hull #13
Length on deck: 38' Bowsprit: 6'
Beam: 11' 7"
Bow Sprit (6 Foot)
Main halyard and sheets led aft. Main reefing from cockpit. Staysail halyard and lazy jacks at mast.
Mast & Boom: Custom aluminum, Imron white paint to match hatches and port holes.
Boom Vang: Forespar Yacht Rod
Whisker Pole: Forespar, Aluminum and carbon fiber. Stored on mast.
Hull: Cape George 38: Custom solid (not cored) layup, extra layers and strength added, 100% vinyl ester resin used in construction. Interior surfaces in cabin area covered with 1/2” kelgecell and two layers of fiberglass to serve as a thermal break in cold climates. Petit bottom paint, November 2011.
Primary Construction: Cecil Lange & Son: Hull, beam shelf, carlins & all deck beams, bulkheads, ballast & maststep, keel fuel tank. Cabin sides and cabin top beams laid up but not installed.
Contracted Items: Construction of mast & boom, painted aluminum dodger, stainless steel chain plates, sternarch, stanchions & lifelines, Aquamet 22 prop shaft.
Owner Completed: Main and cabin decking, cabin sides, cabin top beams. All interior mahogany floors, teak sole, teak frame and figured plywood flat panel construction furniture. Carvings and purple heart inlay work. Cockpit floors and sole. Standing and running rigging. Hatches and port holes. All electrical & plumbing, engine, fuel tanks, water tank, etc.
Main-Port Townsend Sails: Dacron, battened, two reefing settings, lazy jacks. Very good condition.
Jib-Port Townsend Sails: Dacron, Profurl Titanium furling system. Very good condition.
Staysail-Port Townsend Sails: Dacron, standard hank-on, bronze fittings, self-tacking. Very good condition.
New England Ropes: Sta-Set X polyester double braid
New England Ropes: Sta-Set polyester double braid.
Other Control Lines
New England Ropes: Sta-Set polyester double braid.
Loos 1 x 19 type 316 used throughout. Sizes up to 3/8”
Hayn Enterprises: Hi-Mod compression fittings. Sizes up to 3/8”.
Insulated: Sta-Lok 3/8” (2) on backstay for antenna use.
Whitlock Cobra System: Drag link connected, no chain or cables. Whitlock autopilot motor. Safety strap connection eyes at base of pedestal. Adjustable wheel brake. Bracket for cockpit table
Life Sling, hard case. Magma BBQ & propane tanks.
Custom painted aluminum hard dodger: Safety glass windows, two speed wiper, white/red interior lighting
Teak covered seating areas: room for seven or more.
Yanmar 4JH2-BE four cylinder naturally aspirated 51 HP diesel. Excellent condition. Racor fuel filter. Freshwater closed cooling system with water-lift muffler. Freshwater system tapped to heat exchanger to supplement heat from Webasto coolant heater system.
Yanmar 7° down angle, 3.3:1 reduction forward and reverse.
First used when vessel completed in 2006. Has been run for 1790 hours.
Aquadrive constant velocity joint system with thrust bearing and Aquadrive motor mounts
Lasdrop industrial lip seal type system. New seals and cutlass bearing installed November 2011.
Max-Prop VP, three bladed feathering, 21” diameter.
Engine Fire Control
Fireboy Xintex MA2 manual/auto clean agent fire extinguisher, HFC-227ea.
Three integral tanks: Keel 70 gallons, port & starboard 60 gallons each. 190 gallons total. Port side fill. Fuel enters port tank, engine draws from starboard tank. Full three tank transfer system with Groco pump and Racor filter. Computank level sensors & shared display.
Integral: 50 gallons. Starboard side fill. Computank level sensor, shared display.
Forward: Integral, about five gallons, auto pump out.
Aft: Integral (below aft bilge), about five gallons, auto pump out.
Plastic: 20 gallons, macerator & keyed overboard pump. Level monitoring system in head, prevents toilet from being flushed when full. Starboard side pump out.
Main 24 volt system
Rolls Surrette deep cycle lead-acid batteries with Hydrocaps. Four 6 volt batteries. Good
condition. Twenty-four volt system feeds all interior , exterior, and navigation lighting and the 2800 watt inverter / charger. It feeds the toilet and all pumps, three anchor windlasses and one powered winch for main halyard.
Main 12 volt system
Rolls Surrette deep cycle lead-acid battery with Hydrocaps . One 12 volt battery. Good
condition. Twelve volt system feeds the radio, propane system, carbon monoxide detector, and day/night anchor automatic light control.
Engine Starting 12 volt system
Rolls Surrette deep cycle lead-acid battery with Hydrocaps . One 12 volt battery. Poor condition.
Twelve volt systems can be paralleled. Twenty-four volt system can be tapped at 12 volts to parallel main 12 volt system.
Ancor marine wire, cable, and crimped lugs used throughout. Custom breaker panels. Blue Sea terminals, switches, and lighting dimmer systems. Wired to ABYC standards.
Interior: Cantalupi gold-plated yacht lighting fixtures. All dimmer controlled with long-life 28 volt xenon bulbs.
Locker: Many interior lockers have interior lights activated by opening the door.
Navigation & Anchor: Aqua Signal Series 40 with 24 volt LED bulbs.
120 volt AC system
Shore Power: Marinco 30 amp fifty foot cord. Galvanic isolator protected.
Inverter / Charger: Magnum Energy RD2824 with remote panel.
120 Volt Panel:Shore power polarity indicator. Wired for generator. Transfer breaker.
Outlets: 12 Volt: Two plug-in sockets near navigation station.
120 Volt: Thirteen GFCI protected outlets throughout vessel interior.
Forward port side anchor
Bruce 110 pound anchor on 400 feet (1 full barrel) of 3/8” ACCO Grade 40 high-test anchor chain. Lewmar Ocean Series 3 chrome gypsy/drum vertical capstan 24 volt electric windlass with up and down foot switches.
Forward starboard side anchor
CQR 45 pound anchor on 350 feet of 5/16” ACCO Grade 40 high-test anchor chain. Lewmar Ocean Series 2 chrome gypsy/drum vertical capstan 24 volt electric windlass with up and down foot switches.
Stern port side anchor
Fortress aluminum anchor on 200 feet of 5/16” ACCO Grade 40 high-test anchor chain.
Lewmar Ocean Series 2 chrome gypsy/drum vertical capstan 24 volt electric windlass with up and down foot switches.
Six Lewmar chrome self tailing: Two #30 on mast, two #44 under dodger (one 24 volt
electric), two #54 for jib sheets in cockpit.
Lewmar Ocean: Two #70 and two #10. All with Oceanair concealed shades and screens with teak trims.
Lewmar Ocean: Rated for in-hull use. Thirteen with screens and interior trims. All with
Oceanair pull down shades. Five deadlights included.
Double Worthington 10 pound aluminum tank system on starboard aft side of cockpit. Selector valve and electric solenoid valve. Galley mounted propane sniffer and control panel. Two addl. tanks on port side of cockpit.
Double berth, sturdy foam mattress on HyperVent base. Reading light, full length mirror.
Drawers and hanging locker. Cast bronze animal drawer and door handles, all different.
Marble counter top. Heating system register. Air conditioning unit. Headroom about 6' 1”.
Port side table lowers to form a single berth. Starboard side table lowers to form a double
berth. Back cushions complete sleeping surfaces. Cast bronze animal drawer and door
handles, all different. Two heating system registers. Double size air conditioning unit.
Headroom about 6' 4”.
Marble counter top, Kohler cast iron porcelain sink, Jabsco household size porcelain electric flush toilet, Grohe faucet and hand-held shower fittings. Exhaust fan under UFO vent. Cast bronze animal drawer and door handles, all different. Oceanair DryRoll toilet paper holder. Heating system register. Talking shower curtain. Headroom about 6'.
Webasto Thermo 90ST coolant heater in engine room. Diesel fired, 24 volt DC. Circulates hot water through the boat in insulated hose. Heats domestic hot water in the galley and passes through three Heater Craft cabin heating fan-forced radiators. Radiator fans are thermostat controlled in two different zones. Each radiator has a bypass valve system.
Glacier Bay R50 vacuum panel construction. Double seal top opening with holding plate. Teak door with maple insert. Flush hardware.
Glacier Bay R50 vacuum panel construction. Double seal front opening with holding plate and three shelves. Marble counter top. Carved teak door with flush hardware.
Stove / Oven
Force10, propane three burner, temperature controlled oven with broiler.
Sink & Counter Kohler cast iron porcelain sink. Granite counter top. Faucet with charcoal filter. Additional in line water filter under sink. Safety strap, exhaust fan under UFO vent
Radar: In cockpit at wheel pedestal. Installed in NavPod housing. Raytheon RL80C Plus with 4KW antenna. Shares data with chart plotter.
Chart Plotter: At nav station. Raytheon RC631 Plus (C-Map). Mounted on swing arm. Shares data with radar.
Autopilot: Raytheon Type 300, 24 volt DC.
Instruments: At wheel:Raytheon ST-60 Tridata & ST-7000+ Autopilot in NavPod housing.
Under dodger: Raytheon ST-60 Depth, Speed, Multi & Raymarine ST-60+ Wind in NavPod housing.
Navigation Station: Raymarine ST-60+ Graphic.
V-Berth: Raytheon ST-60 Multi.
Radio: Icom IC-M602 VHF at navigation station. Remote microphone/speaker controller plugs in at wheel. Antenna at top of mast. Wired for SSB radio.
Inverter & Chargers
24 Volt: Magnum Energy RD2824, 24 volt DC input and charging, 2800 watts 120 volts AC output. Remote control panel at nav station.
12 Volt: Newmar 70 amp dual output charger for house main and engine batteries. Remote control panel at nav station.
Glacier Bay Whisper Jet open frame compressor with 24 volt DC 1 HP motor. Sea water heat exchanger. HFC-134A refrigerant. Holding plates in freezer and refrigerator. Also powers two zones of cabin air conditioning. Box and plate temperature sensors in freezer and refrigerator. Temperature displays in galley. System control panel at nav station. Priority given to freezer first, then refrigerator. If both are okay, then air conditioning can be run in either main cabin zone or the v-berth zone, but not both at the same time.