Power BoatsWashingtonSchuckerSchucker 430 Pilothouse Motorsailer
There is a Kohler 7.5KW gas powered generator that works, but has been disconnected by the current owner.
All wiring was professionally redone.
Xantrex 1750 Inverter, 2 8-D gel-cell and 3 group 27, Link 10 battery Monitor. Sloop rigged Other spars (1979) with stainless steel standing rigging (unknown year) External roller furling main and roller furling jib professionally installed a few years ago. The sails appear in good condition. 12 volt, 5 batteries charged by: engine, solar panels, shore power Full keel, shoal draft 3'2".
Fold-down fiberglass mast perfect for the Great Loop or other routes where bridges are impediments. The Schucker 430, 436, and 437 have identical hulls, but different layouts.
The Schucker 430 has a good sized cockpit and wide walkarounds for easy access to the foredeck. The pilothouse has doors on the port and starboard side, plus the aft door into the cockpit. Overall, the exterior appears very well kept.
A feature of the head is that it is fresh water flush which eliminates many of the issues caused by a salt water flush.
New bottom paint and exterior wax September 2014. One double is a pull-out of the port settee in the pilot house and the other is the converted dinette in the lower saloon.
Many ways to heat the boat - two reverse cycle units, diesel Dickinson Newport Heater in pilothouse, Force 10 propane in saloon, two Red Dot heaters.
The pilothouse has opposing bench seating - the starboard side converts to a double bed. There is a fixed helm seat to starboard and a chart table to port. Down and forward of the pilothouse is the main cabin. The U-shaped galley is to starboard composed of a propane cooktop, AC refrigerator, 12V Adler-Barbour built-in top loading fridge/freezer, custom dual stainless sink with solar vent above. Opposite the galley is a large hanging locker, storage, and bench seating. The master berth is a convertible dinette on the starboard side of the main cabin. The head and shower stall are in the forepeak.
This spacious layout and bright pilothouse are great features for sailors who want to live-aboard. 2 burner gas cooker Garmin 3206 Radar/GPS/Chartplotter with radar overlay, 3000 Autopilot with remote (recently rebuilt), Icom VHF ICM56, Tack Tick Wind Speed Meter, Rudder Angle Indicator, Horizon Depth/Speed/Distance, Stereo AM/FM/CD with MP3 plug. Electric Lofrans windlass (with remote control)
250'0" of chain
There are two anchors, one with all chain and one with chain and rode.
The bottom was recently peeled with a new epoxy layer and bottom paint applied. Custom dinghy davit installed on the stern. Fixed stainless boarding ladder off stern and custom folding boarding steps amidships.
The dinghy shown in some photos is not included in the sale. 2 bilge pumps (0 manual / 3 Electric) The bilge pumps have frequency indicators....Read full description