The vessel is like new with the following layout. There is a chain/sail locker located in the forepeak. Next aft is the main cabin with V-berth stateroom forward, head port with salon aft. The salon is fitted with a dinette and single quarter berth with galley port. The interior of the vessel is fitted with mahogany wood trim, teak and holly soles along with tile in the heads and granite counters in the galley. The bulkheads are painted plywood along with wood batten headliner and LED lighting. Exiting the main cabin is the center cockpit with helm station immediately aft. Next is the aft stateroom with two single bunks and en suite head. The weather decks are painted nonskid along with the entire exterior of the vessel with the use of Awlgrip marine finishes. The weather decks are fitted with short bulwarks and aluminum rails.
Aluminum with aluminum bulkheads, longitudinal stringers and athwartship frames
Engine: John Deere 80 hp 4045 DFM 70; 4.5 liters; hours as of 1/2016, 575
Cruising @ 2150 rpm gives 8 knots
Maximum @ 2600 rpm gives 9 knots
450 nautical mile range @ 1900 - 2000 rpm with 10% reserve.
Board Up - 5'6"
Board Down - 9'
Fuel - 2 x tanks with a total capacity of 240 gallons; aluminum tanks, Racor filters
Water - 2 x tanks with a total capacity of 160 gallons; plastic tanks
Hot Water Heater - Atlantic Marine T12 with heat exchange from engine
Gray Water - 69 gallons; plastic tank
Black Water - 69 gallons; plastic tank
Water Maker - Power Survivor 160E
Bow Thruster - Vetus
2 speed dagger board winch
Bose center cockpit stereo speakers
Foredeck flood light
Deck cold drinks cooler
Aluminum stern tender davits
Cockpit boom lights
JL audio stereo amplifier
Norcold refrigerator/freezer, galley
Kenyon electric stove, galley
Jabsco sea water wash down
Stainless steel barbecue
4 x automatic bilge pumps
1 x manual bilge pump
Mast, Sails, Rigging
The masts were painted mid 2016. Thr running rigging was all new as of late 2012 as well. All standing rigging was fully checked and serviced as of late 2012. The terminals on the standing rigging are Noresman terminals.
Sails are by U.K. Halsey as of 2012 and consist of:
A tape drive mylar and kevlar genoa, U.K. Halsey
U.K. asymetrical spinnaker
New North dacron main and mizzen, December 2016
1 x Anderson 52 ST, 2 speed
2 x Anderson 58 ST, 2 speed
1 x Anderson 46 ST, 2 speed
Deck is painted aluminum with teak in cockpit and helm
1 x 75 lb CQR
1 x 45 lb CQR
Chain: 3/8" galvanized
Windlass: Lighthouse 1501; stainless steel horizontal
2 x underwater transom lights
Generator: 6 kw Onan new (2012) M6736N, 146 hours as of January 2016
Electrical: 12 volt DC; 120 volt AC @ 60 hertz
Source of AC current:
Shore power - 2 x 30 amp
Magna Sine 2800 watt inverter with remote control
Main electrical panel is located in the salon with a sub-panel at the helm.
2 x galvanic isolators
2 x Prosport 12 battery chargers
Mastervolt 12/40-3 charger
Engine Room Fire System - Fireboy HFX 227
Tracktick MN-100-2 fathometer
Simrad AP28 autopilot
Furuno Nav Net 3D gps
Raymarine Ray49 VHF
Icom M34 VHF
Furuno Nav Net 3D plotter
Furuno Nav Net 3D radar
Furuno RA-50 class B A.I.S.
Furuno Nav Net 3D M.F.D.
2 x Tracktic MN-100-2 displays
Tracktick wind speed direction
Wilson Cell signal booster and antenna
Furuno ethernet hub
Safety & Fire Protection
Full compliment of safety equipment including medical kit, strobe lights, fire extinguishers, etc.
Water tender 9.4' with a 5 hp LLEHR (short shaft) propane outboard, both NEW
HANNIBAL is an exemplary example of a classic Chesapeake Bug Eye ketch that has lived a privileged life. She began her life as an emissary for Crocs shoes and subsequently retired. As of her "retirement", HANNIBAL spent two years going through a massive redesign and total rebuild from 2010 - 2012. This refit was shared between Knight & Carver Marine in San Diego and then completed at Baja Naval Shipyard in Ensenada Mexico.
Almost everything on board, from her keel/centerboard to her sails, is new. Her layout has changed and all equipment is new as well. All of the electricl system has also been renewed and her generator has less than 200 hours. The main engine has fewer than 600 hours as of January 2016!
From her mechanical, electrical and plumbing, to her cosmetics and sail inventory, HANNIBAL is in ready-to-go condition and available on very buyer friendly lease purchase terms.