Wandering Farr 2003 FARR INTERNATIONAL 50 Pilothouse Cruising Sailboat Yacht MLS #309741

2003
Year
FARR INTERNATIONAL
Builder
50' 6" (15.39m)
Length
3
Cabins

Wandering Farr - 2003 50' 6" FARR INTERNATIONAL 50 Pilothouse
Wickford Rhode Island United States
$649,000 USD

Yacht for sale is a 2003 FARR INTERNATIONAL 50' 6" "Wandering Farr" 50 Pilothouse Cruising Sailboat in Wickford, Rhode Island, USA.

New to market and only Farr 50 Pilothouse for sale in the World.
Spectacular condition; Complete Refit; a Gem with total Upgrades; True Turn-Key Sailboat
WANDERING FARR is an all-ocean cruising vessel equally suited to sailing harbors, coasts or crossing oceans. Designed by Bruce Farr and built to a very high standard by BSI Marine in Sweden. 3 year Refit can be explained in detail upon calling, & included all mechanical, ancillary equipment, electrical, electronics, new carbon rig and sails and canvas. Also, 11.5' OCTender 350 Hard Tender on davits with 15 Hp electric start outboard. Yanmar 110 Hp diesel has < 200 hours.

LENGTH 50' 6"
BUILDER FARR INTERNATIONAL
ASKING PRICE $649,000 USD
BUILT 2003
BEAM 15' 5"
DRAFT N/A
MX SPEED N/A
CRUISING SPEED 8 Knots
CABINS 3
GROSS TONNAGE 0.00
DISPLACEMENT 37478 Lbs
LOCATION Wickford, Rhode Island, USA
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Overview

This Farr 50 is a true Pilothouse vessel. The salon floor is raised allowing visibility through the pilothouse windows both standing and sitting in the salon. There is a large engine room beneath. This keeps all the machinery and tankage in the center of the boat making access for maintenance straightforward an easing her motion while improving performance.
WANDERING FARR is an all-ocean cruising vessel equally suited to sailing harbors, coasts or crossing oceans. Designed by Bruce Farr and built to a very high standard by BSI Marine in Sweden. 3-year Refit can be explained in detail upon calling. Refit includes all mechanical, new diesel, ancillary equipment, electrical, electronics, new carbon rig, new Teak Decking Systems and sails and canvas. This boat was damaged in Hurricane Irma. The boat was on-the-hard, did not take on water or sink, and no fires, nor was there any structural damage. The whole Listing conveys that this boat was 100% Refit using insurance money and owner’s personal funds to make this boat technically improved and better than it was when initially launched. Refit was carefully managed with attention to every detail. The Owner will provide full Disclosure and records and invoicing to validate this Refit. *** Also, 11.5' OCTender 350 Hard Tender on davits with 15 Hp electric start outboard. Yanmar 110 Hp diesel has less than 200 hours.
The owners sailed many miles on her before refit and expected to continue to do so. She comes to market now due to the owners’ plans having to change.

Interior Styling and Accommodations

The center cockpit pilothouse design of the Farr 50 Pilothouse provides accommodations for up to eight among three private staterooms and two bunks as well as two heads and two stall showers.

The seascape views from the chart table and the large, tufted leather settee surrounding the salon table evoke a sense of openness and comfort in any anchorage and a dramatic view of the ocean when sailing allowing for standing watch from inside the salon if desired.
The high-quality interior has high quality Mahogany joinery, Teak and Holly cabin custom curtains and OceanAir screens for the windows and overhead deck hatches keeping the interior comfortable in the tropics. There are plenty of opening ports and numerous hatches to provide natural ventilation.

Features:
Three incredible cabins with accommodations for eight
Two heads; two full size stall showers
Safe and functional passageway galley with all the amenities
Panoramic views from the pilothouse
Modern interior with African mahogany joinery and a satin varnish finish
Teak and holly cabin sole with a satin varnish finish, all cabin sole pieces are hinged with positive locking latches
Tufted leather upholstery in the main salon and master stateroom settees
High-quality joinery hardware and hinges with silver and chrome finish
Set of interior floor coverings and crew covers for settee and chart table chair on passage.
Led lighting and accent lighting throughout the interior of the yacht
Overhead handrails, as well as teak fiddles on most of the surfaces, provide safe and easy passage throughout the interior while passagemaking.
Lee boards, lee cloths installed at all berths.
Curtains for all portlights and screens for overhead hatches and pilothouse windows
24 VDC Hella fans located in all cabins
Reading lamps in each stateroom and main salon
Creature Comforts:
Air conditioning – CruiseAir three-zone reverse cycle
Diesel heater – for heating cabin and hot water
Two VacuFlush freshwater toilets
Spectra Watermaker
Bow thruster – retractable
Boom furling main, Hydraulic furling staysail, and genoa
Electric winches for push-button sailing
Flat-screen TV in salon and master cabin, stereo, and integrated speakers
Large capacity freezer and refrigerator in galley.
Cockpit Refrigerator
Double wide aft deck seats

MAIN SALON AND PILOT HOUSE
Entering the companionway from the cockpit, it’s just three short steps down to the main salon with the raised settee dinette and beautiful mahogany table with holly compass rose inlay to starboard. Adjacent the settee is a flat-screen TV which conceals within the galley return.
Large panoramic safety glass windows provide incredible seascape views and natural lighting
Contoured steps leading to and from the salon from the forward and aft passageways as well as the companionway. All steps have non-slip and well-placed handholds for added safety.
Gorgeous, extendable, mahogany salon table with a holly compass rose inlay and half-round fiddles.
Wrap around tufted leather settee provides seating for six.
LG 22” LED Television with custom stowaway mounting located within the galley return (not replaced during refit)
Wet hanging locker located forward of the navigation station
Fusion entertainment radio and speakers to salon and cockpit
Two Lewmar Size 44 deck hatches with OceanAir Sky Screens
Skysol Blinds to Pilothouse windows.

GALLEY
The galley is just to port of the companionway with two steps down. It is very secure in a seaway and offers every amenity and some additional custom features that enhance workability.
Walkthrough Galley - Desirable walk-thru passageway galley with loads of counter space, drawers, and lockers
Corian Countertops - Attractive and easy to clean Corian countertops with fiddles.
Double basin stainless steel sink with hot/cold pressurized water and mixing faucet
Refrigerator - 4.6 sq.-ft. Front-loading refrigerator with Mahogany wood facing
Day Fridge - isotherm in cockpit table
Freezer - Large top loading freezer
Icemaker - Isotherm 110V (runs off shore, gen or inverter)
Stove - Force-10 3-burner galley stove with large oven and broiler
Microwave – Stainless steel oven
Extractor Fan - located above the stove
Manual water pump – to sink fresh / saltwater foot pump
Freshwater filtration system – to drinking water supply
Propane locker on deck with solenoid and pressure valve sized for two tanks

MASTER STATEROOM
It’s hard to imagine a 50’ yacht that makes better utilization of the interior volume. The master stateroom is aft and accessed through the port passageway galley.
The smart use of space incorporates a centerline walk-around queen-size berth with leather upholstered headboard and TV. To starboard, a tufted leather settee. To port, a very large hanging wardrobe and desk. Aft, a full-beam storage area with countertop surface and loads of storage within various lockers and cabinets. To starboard, is the ensuite head complete with a surprisingly large separate stall shower, freshwater VacuFlush toilet, and vanity with a single basin sink.
Ventilation is provided by a large hatch with OceanAir screen, two dorade vents and opening portlights.

AFT HEAD
Blue Corian countertop
White Corian sink with Blue colored trim
Storage for toiletries outboard of the sink as well within a large cabinet
Stainless steel towel rack.
Sealand freshwater Vacuflush toilet
Separate stall shower with teak shower seat and acrylic shower door
Extractor Fan and Opening portlight

FORWARD STATEROOMS
Forward of the salon and down two easy steps, is the forward passageway leading to the three forward cabins.
Guests will appreciate the large double berths in both (2) cabins. There are also two bunk berths in the forward passageway. The forward passageway door can be closed for guest privacy.
There is abundant storage in both cabins.

FORWARD HEAD AND SHOWER
Forward there is both a head (with freshwater VacuFlush toilet and a vanity with sink) and a large shower (with teak seat and with vanity and sink).
Blue Fieldstone Corian countertops
Stainless sinks
Storage for toiletries in vanities in both day head and in forward shower.
Shower is large with good headroom, a sink and a dedicated shower sump.
Head is Sealand freshwater Vacuflush toilet
White fiberglass and Blue Fieldstone Corian floor with sump and drain.
Opening portlights, 5 overhead hatches for ventilation and stainless dorade vents.

Construction - Hull and Deck

The hull is newly painted in Awlgrip flag blue with clear Awlcraft topcoat (for easy repair should it be required) with gold accent and white boot stripe. Deck is painted in oyster white Awlcraft.
The hull shape is a classic modern cruising hull with a long fin keel, sharp entry and flowing aft sections. The watertight collision bulkheads (for and aft) and the incredible sail locker on the foredeck are two amazing features that make this vessel a much sought-after cruiser.
The hull laminate of the Farr 50 is constructed with a Divinycell core that is fitted using vacuum techniques. Multiaxial fibers, high-quality isophthalic polyester resins, and two layers of Kevlar aramid create a hull with improved impact resistance and impeccable strength.
An internal bottom grid is laid up over a female mold then laminated into the base of the hull to create a single monolithic structure for additional stiffness and maximum strength. All shroud chainplates are thru-bolted and reinforced into the main bulkhead. Careful consideration for the placement of multiaxial laminates and strict adherence to Farr Yacht Design’s specifications ensures all loads of the rigging and deck fittings are properly distributed through the hull.
The keel is solid lead with 4% antimony and 316-L stainless steel bolts cast into the lead and backed with substantial transverse backing plates. The keel has a winged shape for added performance upwind and excellent stability.
Kevlar Aramid fiber reinforcement integrated into the hull for superior strength and stiffness
Longitudinal and cross beam structural stringers and bulkheads glassed to the stringers and hull sides
Watertight bow section for added safety at sea and collision protection
White Ashland Maxguard NP 10000 isophthalic gelcoat for protection against osmosis.
Barrier epoxy coats under bottom paint (coppercoat) and hull paint.
Stainless steel rub rail to outside of caprail.
Sugar scoop swim platform with teak steps, transom hot/cold shower, and folding swim ladder with boarding assistance pole.
Custom Solid Epoxy Rudder on anodized aluminum stock.
The counterpoise system includes an integral copper screen glassed into the hull laminate, two grounding plates below the hull, and two copper strips running the length of the hull and integrated with the AT-140 automatic single-sideband tuner.
Bronze ball valve type seacocks.
DECK
The deck of the Farr 50 is constructed with a Divinycell core, chop strand matting, and unidirectional fibers bonded with isophthalic polyester resins. The deck is mated to the hull with both mechanical fasteners on 6-inch centers through an inward flange, as well as chemical bonding resulting in a very strong hull to deck joint. The deck is finished with bonded teak planking, no screws.
At the bow, is a sizeable self-bailing chain locker with segmented chain storage. Aft of the chain locker is a very large sail locker with a generous amount of storage for fenders, lines, and equipment. At the stern, a full-beam lazarette with two deck hatches provides additional storage as well as access to the steering gear. Overall, the Farr 50 has an incredible amount of deck storage! All deck access hatches have Rondal watertight latches and self-bailing drains. The forward sail locker and the lazarette also have dedicated automatic bilge pumps with a high water alarm. Both also have a separate high water alarm.
Large chain locker forward with easy access to the windlass motor and chain.
Huge sail locker accessed from the deck provides two watertight collision bulkheads forward (fore and aft of sail locker).
Stern locker across the transom provides watertight bulkhead aft and loads of storage in the Lazarette.
Recent teak deck bonded to sealed deck with no screws.
Teak cap rail and cockpit surround finished with Colean.
Four stainless dorade boxes, two forward and two aft, for natural ventilation throughout the yacht
Jackline and safety tether pad-eyes located fore and aft with an additional pad-eye located on foredeck
Custom stainless-steel davits, bracket for outboard in lazarette.
Five pair of stainless-steel stanchions with side boarding gates port and starboard
Stainless steel handrails on the coach roof
Pilothouse windows constructed of toughened safety glass, flush fitting with integral frames
Nine Lewmar polished aluminum Ocean deck hatches
Two extra-wide, teak slat seats with stainless steel frames integrated with the pushpit
Exterior lighting includes - Fore and aft deck lights, spreader lights, mast lights all LED
Ensign staff
COCKPIT
Steering pedestal with leather-wrapped 42” folding steering wheel.
Seat backs with stainless steel frame and removable cushions provide excellent back support
Stainless steel folding Wichard pad-eyes for safety harness and tether
Teak cockpit coaming
Teak cockpit table with foldup leaves with day fridge
Two-piece teak washboard and trim with companionway lock. Dedicated washboard storage inside a well located on the forward end of the cockpit.
Cockpit speakers integrated with the yachts entertainment system


Navigation Electronics

NAVIGATION ELECTRONICS
The navigation station and ship's office is forward to port in the pilothouse with a custom helm seat for unobstructed views.
The cockpit pedestal contains the ships compass, switches for winches, furlers and capstan, Yanmar engine operation / monitoring module, instruments as indicated below and red/white cockpit light.
The Navigation system is highly redundant and comprises the latest technology. Navigation instruments include:
B&G H5000 system
Chart Plotters - 2 X Zeus3S 12” (Chart Table and Helm Pedestal)
Radar - Halo 20+ Radar
Radar Reflectors / detector - Powered Active Radar detector/reflector (echomax), also passive radar reflector Firdell
Auto Pilot - 2 X H5000 Pilot Keypad (Chart Table and Helm Pedestal). 1 X H5000 Pilot Computer
Rudder Position - RF25N NMEA2000 rudder feedback
System Compass - Precision 9 Compass
AIS - Class B
Key data display - 2 X 10/10HV display pack for H5000 (above companionway in cockpit)
System CPU – High Performance H5000 Hercules – CPU
Graphics - 1 X H5000 Graphic Display Pack
Analogue Indicators (2) – Apparent wind speed and apparent wind direction (above companionway in cockpit)
Speed, Depth, Temp Transducer - 1 X Airmar Paddleless
Forward Sonar - forward looking sonar
Alarms - H5000 alarm module
Racing Information Display - 2 X Race Display (Chart Table and Helm Pedestal)
Satellite position and direction - 1 X ZG100 GPS Antenna and Sat compass (note there are three sat positions in the system overall as each plotter has an internal one, also the VHF has position and AIS backup)
Weather Data - Sirius weather receiver
Hailer, Horn, Fog Horn - at pedestal
Communications
Satphone - KVH 250 tracphone
SSB Radio - Icom M803 HF SSB with antenna tuner an split backstay antenna
VHF Radio - Icom M510 VHF radio with dedicate masthead antenna and remote mic at pedestal
Long Range Wifi - Wavewifi with in ship hotspot
Cellular Amplifier - Cellular connection amplifier (antenna on mast)

Ship's Systems

ENGINE & MECHANICAL
Beneath the cabin sole of the raised salon, is the incredible mechanical compartment with the main engine, generator, hydraulics, aircon and most major systems. This location under the cabin sole provides incredible access for maintenance and keeps all the weight in the center of the boat and the mechanicals in one tidy place.
Seachest - with single water inlet and ability to route inlet to bilge for crash pump.
Water Maker - Spectra 24V watermaker with control panel.
Main Engine - Yanmar 110 HP 4JH110 4-cylinder turbo diesel engine with control module at helm, interior start at chart table and Silent exhaust system. <200 hours.
Shaft - 45 MM Stainless steel propeller shaft with Aqua Drive antivibration flexible coupling and dripless shaft seal
Reduction Gear - Hydraulic
Fuel Filtering - Filter Boss Commander Dual Racor fuel filter system with by-pass valve and fuel pump to enable self-fuel polishing and provide pressure for bleeding if required
Bow Thruster - Lewmar 200 SVTAE 10 HP retractable bow thruster
Propeller - Gori Prop 23” 3-blade variable pitch propeller
Propeller Line Cutter - Ambassadore line cutter on the propeller shaft
Oil Change Pump -Reverso electric oil change and fill pump
Air Conditioning - CruiseAir reverse cycle 3-Zone air conditioning system with a 15,000 BTU unit in the salon, and 10,000 BTU units dedicated to the forward and aft staterooms. SMX II digital controls in the main salon, forward stateroom, and master stateroom.
Diesel Heater - Eberspacher Hydronic 10kW diesel heater for heating boat and hot water (without running engine or generator)
Hydraulics - Lewmar Commander 200 Power Pack for the hydraulic headsail furling units
Steering - Whitlock Mamba solid linkage, torque tube transmission drive steering system reduces the amount of stress and load on the steering system.
Ventilation – 2 X Jabsco 4” engine room blowers (in / out).
Fire - Automatic fire suppression.
Refrigeration – 2 x water cooled compressors.
PLUMBING & TANKAGE
Significant tankage for water and fuel with advanced capabilities.
Fuel capacity- 170 gallons –Stainless steel fuel
Water capacity- 250 gallons – Two stainless steel water tanks (155 gal port + 95 gal starboard)
Watermaker – Spectra 24V.
Fresh Water Pressure – hot and cold by automatic pump.
Galley foot pump – fresh and salt water.
Heads - Two fully independent vacuflush freshwater systems
Holding tank – One 42 gallon stainless steel holding tank
Hot Water – Isotherm stainless tank heated by 110V (shore or gen), engine heat exchange or diesel heater.
Gas bottles – two fiberglass bottles in a ventilated gas locker on deck
Gauges - Fuel, water, and holding tank gauges
Whale Gusher 10 manual bilge pump – capable of 17 gallons per minute, located in the cockpit
Dedicate Shower Pumps – to both showers.
Bilge Pumps - Three independent bilge pumps with float switches. Separate bilge high water alarm.
Crash Pump - by using engine, generator and aircon 120V pump
Deck Washdown - Fresh and saltwater deck washdown with high pressure pump at bow and mast.
Waste Discharge - Sealand waste discharge pump and macerator as well as deck pump out.
Deck Shower - Transom hot/cold shower
ELECTRICAL and Electronic SYSTEM
Integrated Electrical system primarily Mastervolt designed for redundancy and extended operation away from shore power.
Generator - Mastervolt 8kW Whisper generator with Silent exhaust system (~200hours).
Electrical Management System - Mastervolt full system management DIS easyview 5 includes monitoring and control of all attached components
Shore Power Monitoring - Mastervolt shore power analyzer
Alternators - Mastervolt high output alternator 28/150 with alpha pro controller for house bank charging. Yanmar engine alternator for start battery charging.
External Lights - All lights are LED. Navigation, (tricolor masthead, steaming, anchor), fore and aft deck lights, mast spreader up/down lights. Wired for boom lights not installed.
Shore Power Inlets – Fore and Aft.
Isolation Transformers - Mastervolt solid state isolation transformers (Mass GI14) including soft start. Two GI 7s in parallel for redundancy.Automatic step-up/down isolation transformer enables the utilization of either US or European shore power connections.
Chargers - Mastervolt 24/100 house bank charger. Mastervolt 24/30 charger (used for maintenance charge on hard). Two Mastervolt 24/12 30 amp 3 step DC DC chargers for start and instrument battery in addition to alternator.
Inverter - Mastervolt Combi Master 24/3000-70 120v - configured as inverter 2600 Watts, can also be configured as second charger 70amps
Solar Panels – 4 X135W to top of bimini/dodger with independent 3 step charge controllers. Phillipi PSM3 Solar output monitor
Batteries - Three Mastervolt Lithium 24/5000 house bank batteries 540 Amp Hours at 24V. Two 12V batteries for engine start and instruments with ability to interlink.
Entertainment Systems
Fusion AM/FM radio with speakers to salon and cockpit
TV in Master Stateroom (used with apple TV not supplied)
TV integrated in main salon (never used likely requires replace)

Rigging and Sail Inventory and Sail Handling

ENGINE & MECHANICAL
Beneath the cabin sole of the raised salon, is the incredible mechanical compartment with the main engine, generator, hydraulics, aircon and most major systems. This location under the cabin sole provides incredible access for maintenance and keeps all the weight in the center of the boat and the mechanicals in one tidy place.
Seachest - with single water inlet and ability to route inlet to bilge for crash pump.
Water Maker - Spectra 24V watermaker with control panel.
Main Engine - Yanmar 110 HP 4JH110 4-cylinder turbo diesel engine with control module at helm, interior start at chart table and Silent exhaust system. <200 hours.
Shaft - 45 MM Stainless steel propeller shaft with Aqua Drive antivibration flexible coupling and dripless shaft seal
Reduction Gear - Hydraulic
Fuel Filtering - Filter Boss Commander Dual Racor fuel filter system with by-pass valve and fuel pump to enable self-fuel polishing and provide pressure for bleeding if required
Bow Thruster - Lewmar 200 SVTAE 10 HP retractable bow thruster
Propeller - Gori Prop 23” 3-blade variable pitch propeller
Propeller Line Cutter - Ambassadore line cutter on the propeller shaft
Oil Change Pump -Reverso electric oil change and fill pump
Air Conditioning - CruiseAir reverse cycle 3-Zone air conditioning system with a 15,000 BTU unit in the salon, and 10,000 BTU units dedicated to the forward and aft staterooms. SMX II digital controls in the main salon, forward stateroom, and master stateroom.
Diesel Heater - Eberspacher Hydronic 10kW diesel heater for heating boat and hot water (without running engine or generator)
Hydraulics - Lewmar Commander 200 Power Pack for the hydraulic headsail furling units
Steering - Whitlock Mamba solid linkage, torque tube transmission drive steering system reduces the amount of stress and load on the steering system.
Ventilation – 2 X Jabsco 4” engine room blowers (in / out).
Fire - Automatic fire suppression.
Refrigeration – 2 x water cooled compressors.
PLUMBING & TANKAGE
Significant tankage for water and fuel with advanced capabilities.

Fuel capacity- 170 gallons –Stainless steel fuel
Water capacity- 250 gallons – Two stainless steel water tanks (155 gal port + 95 gal starboard)
Watermaker – Spectra 24V.
Fresh Water Pressure – hot and cold by automatic pump.
Galley foot pump – fresh and salt water.
Heads - Two fully independent vacuflush freshwater systems
Holding tank – One 42 gallon stainless steel holding tank
Hot Water – Isotherm stainless tank heated by 110V (shore or gen), engine heat exchange or diesel heater.
Gas bottles – two fiberglass bottles in a ventilated gas locker on deck
Gauges - Fuel, water, and holding tank gauges
Whale Gusher 10 manual bilge pump – capable of 17 gallons per minute, located in the cockpit
Dedicate Shower Pumps – to both showers.
Bilge Pumps - Three independent bilge pumps with float switches. Separate bilge high water alarm.
Crash Pump - by using engine, generator and aircon 120V pump
Deck Washdown - Fresh and saltwater deck washdown with high pressure pump at bow and mast.
Waste Discharge - Sealand waste discharge pump and macerator as well as deck pump out.
Deck Shower - Transom hot/cold shower
ELECTRICAL and Electronic SYSTEM
Integrated Electrical system primarily Mastervolt designed for redundancy and extended operation away from shore power.
Generator - Mastervolt 8kW Whisper generator with Silent exhaust system (~200hours).
Electrical Management System - Mastervolt full system management DIS easyview 5 includes monitoring and control of all attached components
Shore Power Monitoring - Mastervolt shore power analyzer
Alternators - Mastervolt high output alternator 28/150 with alpha pro controller for house bank charging. Yanmar engine alternator for start battery charging.
External Lights - All lights are LED. Navigation, (tricolor masthead, steaming, anchor), fore and aft deck lights, mast spreader up/down lights. Wired for boom lights not installed.
Shore Power Inlets – Fore and Aft.
Isolation Transformers - Mastervolt solid state isolation transformers (Mass GI14) including soft start. Two GI 7s in parallel for redundancy.Automatic step-up/down isolation transformer enables the utilization of either US or European shore power connections.
Chargers - Mastervolt 24/100 house bank charger. Mastervolt 24/30 charger (used for maintenance charge on hard). Two Mastervolt 24/12 30 amp 3 step DC DC chargers for start and instrument battery in addition to alternator.
Inverter - Mastervolt Combi Master 24/3000-70 120v - configured as inverter 2600 Watts, can also be configured as second charger 70amps
Solar Panels – 4 X135W to top of bimini/dodger with independent 3 step charge controllers. Phillipi PSM3 Solar output monitor
Batteries - Three Mastervolt Lithium 24/5000 house bank batteries 540 Amp Hours at 24V. Two 12V batteries for engine start and instruments with ability to interlink.
Entertainment Systems
Fusion AM/FM radio with speakers to salon and cockpit
TV in Master Stateroom (used with apple TV not supplied)
TV integrated in main salon (never used likely requires replace)


Canvas

Full beam Stamoid dodger and Bimini (with connector piece),with Polycarbonate ‘glass’ including opening center window and 1-inch stainless steel frame. Features a leather-wrapped trailing edge grab rail and reinforced seams.
Pedestal and helm cover
Companionway cover
Full set of cockpit cushions
Stamoid covers for all hatches.
Full Fairclough winter cover for storage ashore.

Ground Tackle and Mooring Gear

Stainless steel stemhead fitting with twin bow rollers, anchor receivers, and Spinnaker tack point
New Lewmar Ocean electric vertical windlass with Quick handheld remote and push-button controls at the helm
Rocna 88LB anchor with 328 FT of 3/8” stainless chain and short rode bitter end for cutaway in emergency.
Kedge anchor with chain and 300’ road.
One pair of 16” stainless steel mooring cleats fore and aft
Two pair of 12” stainless steel spring cleats located mid-ship (eight total)
Mooring lines and fenders.

Safety Equipment

Wandering Farr is built to the ‘all oceans’ standard and is well equipped for safety.
Life Raft - on push pit with single pull launch
Stanchions - with safety netting to lifelines for children (easily removed)
Radar Reflectors – Mast mounted passive radar reflector and Masthead Powered Radar detector reflector.
Crash Bulkheads - Two forward and one aft watertight crash bulkheads
Emergency Egress - Most forward and most aft deck hatches are large for emergency egress.
Jacklines and Padeyes - Many padeyes to cockpit and foredeck to secure crew. Full Jacklines.
Alarms - High water alarms in all compartments. Smoke and CO alarms in all cabins. Propane alarm in galley.
Bilge pumps – automatic bilge pumps to all compartments (two in lazarette to allow clearing when sailing) and ability to use engine, generator, aircon water pumps to remove water from bilge.
Fire Suppression - Automatic fire suppression in engine room and handheld extinguishers to all cabins.
Epirb – at chart table.
Emergency Tiller – in lazarette
MOB recovery - Life Sling and recovery light plus small davit at stern to lift onboard.
Horn and Hailer - Marco Horn, Fog Horn, Hailer
DINGHY
11’ 5” OCTender 350 Hard Tender on Davits with 15HP honda (electric start), proper oars and cover.

Dinghy

Wandering Farr is built to the ‘all oceans’ standard and is well equipped for safety.
Life Raft - on push pit with single pull launch
Stanchions - with safety netting to lifelines for children (easily removed)
Radar Reflectors – Mast mounted passive radar reflector and Masthead Powered Radar detector reflector.
Crash Bulkheads - Two forward and one aft watertight crash bulkheads
Emergency Egress - Most forward and most aft deck hatches are large for emergency egress.
Jacklines and Padeyes - Many padeyes to cockpit and foredeck to secure crew. Full Jacklines.
Alarms - High water alarms in all compartments. Smoke and CO alarms in all cabins. Propane alarm in
galley.
Bilge pumps – automatic bilge pumps to all compartments (two in lazarette to allow clearing when sailing)
and ability to use engine, generator, aircon water pumps to remove water from bilge.
Fire Suppression - Automatic fire suppression in engine room and handheld extinguishers to all cabins.
Epirb – at chart table.
Emergency Tiller – in lazarette
MOB recovery - Life Sling and recovery light plus small davit at stern to lift onboard.
Horn and Hailer - Marco Horn, Fog Horn, Hailer

DINGHY
11’ 5” OCTender 350 Hard Tender on Davits with 15HP honda (electric start), proper oars and cover.

Remarks

This Farr 50 Pilothouse Sailing vessel is lying in Rhode Island, USA.
Rarely do we get the opportunity to list a vessel that shows as well, with total proof that all the work that has happened, is now in 'Turn-Key" condition. Owner has managed the Refit of this yacht with precision and knowledge. This boat, with all changes and Upgrades shows better than any new boat, if it was coming off the line today. No short-cuts here.
More detailed lists of inventory, equipment and work accomplished can be available.
Comments from Designer/Naval Architect:
A shallow hull with broad, flat sections aft will give great reaching speed and control. With the wind well aft, she will come into her own. However, one problem with shallow hulls like this is that a very small amount of water in the bilge seems like an ocean. Farr overcomes this with a sump at the keel stub to create a spot for the water to accumulate.
Aside from hull shape, control is achieved with a deep, high-aspect rudder that has clearly been developed from many of Bruce Farr's successful racing designs. The high-aspect keel with bulb keeps wetted area low, yet provides good stability with a 35 percent ballast/displacement ratio. In light air, we would expect to see better than average performance due to her sailplan and semi-light displacement. When the wind pipes up, her form stability, low-slung ballast and efficient rudder will provide great control.
We encourage you to review this Listing and schedule an appointment to come and inspect this magnificent sailing vessel.
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