SIENA - 1986 37' DICKERSON 37 AC
Hingham Massachusetts United States $54,500 USD
Hingham Massachusetts United States
Sleeps 6 in 3 cabins: Forward cabin features V berth, vanity, and lockers. Main cabin has an L-shaped convertible settee to starboard, straight settee opposite to port, bulkhead-mount table. U-shaped galley to port. Opposite to starboard is a head with separate stall shower. Next aft to starboard is a forward-facing nav station with seat. Opposite to port from nav station is a double berth (can be closed off for privacy).
Teak and holly cabin sole, teak interior finish; recent main cabin upholstery.
Dickinson bulkhead-mounted propane cabin heater.
- Balmar 100A alternator
- Complete re-cable of all main wiring to panel, including upsized cables and professional crimps/heat shrink
- Balmar ARS-5 regulator
- Two 6 volt 230 Ah golf cart batteries for house (2019), 230Ah 12 volt capacity
- One Group 31 12 volt starting battery (2019)
- Balmar SG-200 smart gauge
- Victron SmartSolar 15A solar controller
- 80W flexible panel that is deployed on aft deck and can be quickly removed during sailing. Owner notes: "I use it to keep batteries 100% at mooring."
- Blue Seas ACR and parallel main battery switch
- 30 amp battery charger
- Shorepower connection and shorepower cable
- 120 volt panel with outlets at nav station and galley
- Tri-color masthead light
Electronics and Navigation
- Garmin 942XS 9" touchscreen chartplotter in navpod at pedestal
- Raymarine ST-60+ wind, speed, depth gauges networked to Garmin
- Garmin 18HD, radome on mast
- Garmin 440 chartplotter at nav station with separate GMR18 antenna on pulpit
- Icom M504 VHF transceiver with DSC, networked to Garmin for GPS, MMSI programmed
- Masthead VHF antenna
- Backup Garmin 3206 chartplotter under port cockpit seat as 3rd backup to other 2 Garmins
- Simrad hydraulic autopilot networked to Garmin system
- Ritchie Compass
Engine and Mechanical
- Westerbeke 44B 44 horsepower, four cylinder, fresh-water-cooled, diesel engine with ZF MIV15 V drive transmission.
- 1087 hours (used approximately 125 hours/season)
- PSS dripless seal
- Maxprop Classic three-blade propeller
- Engine oil drain pump
- Custom fuel polisher setup with 2 large 5 micron filters set to run whenever engine is running
- New Heat Exchanger (2020)
- Westerbeke panel in cockpit
- Racor 500 primary
Owner notes: "I've done a lot of work to this engine. Inherited a few issues which have now been rectified and engine runs perfectly. Idles and runs with zero issues, no smoke, no bad behavior. I could talk about what I have done with this engine for a week. Engine room is very clean and thoughtfully laid out. This isn't one of those nightmare engine rooms where everything is rusty and hasn't seen light of day. I appreciate a clean engine space, new hose clamps, everything loomed, chafe free, no drips or weirdness going on here. I am very particular about how things are maintained."
Hull and Deck
Sails and Rigging
- Masthead spinnaker crane (2017)
- Custom bobstay for running asymmetric
- Harken roller furling system for headsail (2009)
- Mainsails North Sharkskin dacron-good condition North dacron-good condition Hathaway dacron-poor-fair condition
- Headsails Hathaway 145% genoa-poor-fair condition ~10 other genoa/jibs in poor to good shape. All bought used, some high performance laminates from J109s (North Aramids, Quantum mylars etc)
- Spinnakers J105 North practice/cruising spinnaker-good shape, pictured in 2018 Figawi win. Not used since. Turtle bag and snuffer sock J105 UK? Airex race spinnaker-excellent shape, used once, very crisp. Turtle bag
- Other Code 0 Somerset Sails, never used or removed from bag, New.
- Pad eyes aft and all equipment to fly spinnakers, including lightweight spinnaker sheets, halyards.
- Lewmar #44 2-speed self-tailing genoa sheet winches
- Hall Spars Quick Vang solid boom vang
- Mainsail cover
- Cockpit cushions
- CQR 35# anchor with 150' chain, 150' 5/8" rode
- Electric bilge pump
- Spare Danforth anchor with chain and nylon rode in lazarette
- Forespar dinghy davits (2005) (not installed. Removed with all hardware
- Bimini frame (removed, and no canvas but bows are in perfect condition)
- Dodger frame and old dodger. Owner's note: "Was going to redo it in 2020 but never got around to it."
- Custom winter cover
- 5 Brownell stands for winter storage
- MarineAir reverse-cycle AC/heat (currently decommissioned) unknown condition, Owner notes: "I've never used it. But all the ducting is there, compressor etc. Requires shore power."
Every season I have tackled a large project
2016: Brightwork brought back and 3-4 coats done every year since
2017: Engine, custom bobstay and masthead spinnaker crane
2019: New electronics and NMEA2K networkOwner reports: