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58′ Custom Fellows & Stewart Motoryacht

Current Price: US$ 167,500

Yacht World Number: 3163318
Located in La Paz, Mexico
Year: 1930
Hull Material: Wood
Content was built in
1930, at the Fellows & Stewart yard in San Pedro, California.
She’d been commissioned by Ezra Fitch of Abercrombie and Fitch fame,
as his retirement gift to himself. He planned to explore the rivers
of South America but never made it, dying on board some six months
after she was launched, in Santa Barbara. In the years that followed
she became well known for entertaining Hollywood royalty over on
Catalina Island.

Repowered 3 years ago
with twin Italian Iveco 150 engines. The new engines are very
efficient, with tons of excess power and extremely frugal – 1.6gals
per hour @ 1000 RPM, giving 6kts. And that’s for BOTH engines! Full
speed is 14kts @2800 RPM, and she sounds like a Ferrari.

Located right here in
the heart of paradise and some of the worlds most renowned cruising
grounds. La Paz, Mexico, also known as the gateway to the Sea of
Cortez. From this peaceful town with friendly locals you will find
dozens of beautiful anchorages with white sand beaches and crystal
clear warm Sea of Cortez waters many within a days sale of downtown.
Step back in time and enjoy this classic beauty that if only she
could talk, what amazing tales she could tell.

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Dimensions

LOA: 58 ft 0 in

Beam: 15 ft 0 in

Maximum Draft: 5 ft 5 in

Headroom: 7 ft 0 in

Engines

Total Power: 300 HP

Engine 1:

Engine Brand: Iveco

Year Built: 2013

Engine Model: N67

Engine Type: Inboard

Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel

Location: Starboard

Engine Hours: 1300

Drive Type: Other

Engine Power: 150 HP

Engine 2:

Engine Brand: Iveco

Year Built: 2013

Engine Model: N67

Engine Type: Inboard

Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel

Location: Port

Engine Hours: 1300

Drive Type: Other

Engine Power: 150 HP

Cruising Speed: 6 knots @ 1000 RPM

Maximum Speed: 14 knots

Tanks

Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (450 Gallons)

Fuel Tanks: 2 (750 Gallons)

Holding Tanks: 1 Plastic (30 Gallons)

Accommodations

She’s 58ft long, and 15ft wide, and draws less than 6ft. There are four main areas. The forepeak has a double and two single berths, and its own head, and good storage.

Aft, the master cabin has a double and single, a very nice head, and a full-size shower.

The pilothouse is a good size, with table and stools, and a very comfy sofa. Most fittings and furnishings seem to be original. The compass was made in Boston in 1928, for example, and it still works.

Beneath the pilothouse, there’s a huge engine room, with workbench and lots of storage.

The Galley and diner is in front of the Aft cabin. The Dickinson Atlantic stove, with a large flat hotplate and a huge oven, is our cooker and heat provider.

Finally, out at the back of the boat is the aft cockpit. This is fully covered, which keeps the sun and rain off, and that’s where we generally eat. It is also a good fishing platform.

Galley

  • REFRIGERATION: 2017 fridge freezer
  • FREEZER: 5Cu ft
  • MICROWAVE: Yes
  • WATER HEATER: Yes
  • STOVE: Dickinson Diesel
  • COOKING FUEL: Diesel
  • SINK: Yes

Navigation and electronics

  • Nothing amazing here, but it all works. Old Furuno radar came with the boat, have seen no need to swap that out. The array is about 12ft above the water, which gives a good range.
  • A range of iPads and MacBook Pro for Nav, with a Vesper 8000 AIS transponder. Lowrance fixed plotter. Standard Horizon Matrix 2150 (with backup AIS), and backup Icom VHF. 21” repeater monitor.
  • AUTOPILOT: CPT
  • RADAR: Raytheon 32Mile
  • RADAR ALARM: Yes
  • VHF: Standard Horizon
  • VHF #2: Icom
  • GPS: Lowrance
  • DEPTH SOUNDER: Furuno
  • HAILER: Standard Horizon

Electrical

  • HOUSE BANK: Lead with 920 amp-hours, new November 2017
  • START BANK: Lead with 220 amp-hours, new May 2017  
  • BATTERY MONITOR: Outback
  • BATTERY SWITCH: Yes
  • INVERTOR: Outback 2812
  • ALTERNATOR: 140
  • AC VOLTAGES: 110
  • DC VOLTAGES: 12 (All 12v completely re-wired 2014)
  • BATTERY CHARGER: Outback
  • SOLAR PANELS: 750Watts on 3 x solar panels on the doghouse roof. Outback solar charge controller
  • GENERATOR: Yamaha 2000iS portable generator – only used once.
  • OTHER: Outback Hub

Mechanical

The original White Superior twin 100 diesels were still in operation when current owners bought Content. They’d been lightly used in the last 20 years, but as hours started to pile, exploring the Georgia Strait and Desolation Sound, they started to show their age.

After quite a few months of research, settled on a pair of Italian Iveco 150s. These are normally-aspirated, with mechanical lift-pump….nice and simple. Designed to run with diesel filtered to only 15 micrograms, which is very forgiving.

The new engines are very efficient, with tons of excess power if ever needed, and extremely frugal – 1.6gals per hour @ 1000 RPM, giving 6kts. And that’s for BOTH engines! Full speed is 14kts @2800 RPM, and she sounds like a Ferrari.

  • BILGE PUMP: x3 auto New 2017
  • RAW WATER SEA STRAINER: x 2
  • FIRE EXTINGUISHING: x 8 manual
  • FUEL FILTERS: Racor x 2 plus 34gal day tank
  • FUEL SHUT OFF: Yes
  • HEAD TYPE: 2 x manual
  • EXTRA PROPELLER: Yes
  • DRIVE TYPE: Shaft
  • PROPELLER : 28×22
  • HOT WATER: 11 gal tank, heated from engine cooling, and electric immersion heater. Dickinson is set up to feed hot water system, and could run 2-4 radiators.

Deck and hull

  • ANCHOR: Forfjord 94lb with 400ft 1/2" feet chain
  • ANCHOR 2: Forfjord 94lb and 500ft feet rope
  • WINDLASS: Hydraulic
  • NAV LIGHTS: Yes
  • SPREADER LIGHTS: Yes
  • DECK LIGHTS: Yes
  • DECK WASH: Yes
  • WINDSHIELD WIPERS : Yes
  • DECK MATERIAL : FG
  • SWIM STEP: Yes

Safety

  • LIFEJACKETS: x 12
  • MOB POLE: Yes
  • HARNESSES: x 2
  • FLOAT RING: x 2
  • FLARES: New 2017
  • LIFERAFT: 6-man, new 2017 

Tenders

  • 1.x 12ft rowing skiff, built by Fellows & Stewart, original with the boat. Beautiful piece, small leaks, but in regular use.
  • 1 x 14ft MirroCraft aluminium, with Mercury 9.8 outboard.
  • 1 x double, 1 x single kayak

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The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

La Paz Yachts
Division of Mazatlan Marine Center
Tom & Cindy
Marina de la Paz
La Paz, BCS, Mexico 23000

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AVE. LA MARINA 2211 LOCAL 3

Col. La Marina

Mazatlan
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