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1976 Newport 30 mkii Sailboat

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  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Newport
  • Model: mkii
  • Year: 1976
  • Location: Danville, California, United States

Description

1976 Newport 30 mkii sailboat. Race rigged with jib, genoa, two mains, and two spinnakers. Nice condition, solid rigging, clean mahogany interior, new dock lines (kayak not included, sorry). Functional head with black water and fresh water holding tanks. Has an inboard atomic 4 (gasoline) engine that has some surface rust but runs very strong. Currently registered with Californiapink slip and a recent survey in hand. (see link below)
No trailer; the boat will besold as-is and where is. Buyer will be responsible for removing the boat from the current slip. The boat is located in Alameda, CA with immediate access to boatlift/transport (use at buyers expense).


The bad:
-The windows have some crazing but are water tight.
-The linkage on the transmission/shift cable broke (where it attached to the shift lever) and will need to be replaced.
-Sink water line needs to be connected.
Engine Running Link:https://youtu.be/j9BRiNe2wRo
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Survey (July 2016)

MARINE SURVEY FOR THE VESSEL:

“Zarpa”


Description of vessel:

This is a Newport 30 built by Yachts, a displacement auxiliary sloop with 30 horsepower Universal gasoline engine, standard cockpit, modified fin-keel, tiller steering, with laid up polyester fiberglass laminate for hull with secondary bonds securing the bulkheads and other built-ins.

From the cockpit descend four stairs into the main salon with dinette, settee, enclosed head, vee-berth forward with an escape-hatch above it.

Vessel is powered by an Universal ‘Atomic Four’ 30 horsepower gasoline engine, 7/8” stainless steel shaft, and two-blade folding propeller.

Cutlass bearing had slight play as did the rudder but is within tolerances at this time.

INTRODUCTION

SCOPE OF SURVEY

This survey was performed at the request of Mr. xxxx on July 6, 2016.

The vessel was inspected at Svenson’s boatyard, where the vessel was

‘Out-of-water’ on Travel-Lift straps in the yard.

Ships papers were on board and in order.

The survey was performed in accordance with the terms and conditions of a verbal contract between the surveyor and the requesting party. Therefore, it is the intent of this document to set forth in writing the scope and limitations of the service provided. If this document is used for any purpose it is assumed it is accepted as a true and accurate report for what it is a snap-shot of the condition of the vessel; the main concerns of this Marine Surveyor are: will it sink, explode, catch fire or cause death by carbon monoxide, LPG fumes or other.

Any use of this report constitutes an acceptance of the following terms and conditions:

Inspections are made using non-destructive techniques; primarily visual inspection and sounding of areas in an attempt to determine their condition. Unless otherwise specifically stated in this report, services for the per foot price of a standard survey DO NOT include the testing of tanks, machinery, electrical systems/circuits or electronics, the removal of paneling, ceilings, machinery, cargo, gear or other personal effects in order to access otherwise concealed areas. No destructive testing has been done, no borings or ultrasonic testing of material thickness performed. Such services are available at additional cost when authorized by written contract. When applicable, if no mention is made of wood deterioration in the findings of this report, this is not to be construed as a warranty that none exists. No survey can establish that a vessel is completely free of wood deteriorating organisms, especially in the light of the many concealed and inaccessible areas encountered on each and every vessel. Therefore, given the rapid growth rate of such organisms, this surveyor will not accept liability for any such condition discovered later which could not be detected during the course of a normal survey as outlined above and performed under the conditions encountered on the survey date.

This was an ‘out-of-water’ survey. Percussion soundings were done on the accessible parts of the hull and deck. Moisture readings were taken in various locations in the interior. Engines were not started. AC shore power was not available. D.C power was available; some electronic equipment was tested.

A sea trial was not performed.

INTRODUCTION

Note: It is recommended and understood that all engines be surveyed by a qualified engine surveyor to determine the condition of the engines, gears and pumps, heat exchangers, coolers, etc.

The mandatory standards promulgated by the United States Coast Guard, under the authority of title 46 United States Code title 33 and 46, Code of Federal Regulation, and the voluntary standards and recommended practices developed by the ABYC and NFPA have been used as guidelines in the conduct of this survey.

Figure 1 Marlon valve for head

Figure 2 Traditional packing gland


DEFINITION OF TERMS

Excellent New or like new.

Good Nearly new, with minor cosmetic or structural discrepancies.

Fair System, component or item, is functional as is with minor repairs.

Poor Unusable as is and will require repairs or replacement of system.

* Use of an asterisk (*) in the report indicates that a finding will be listed in the

‘Findings and Recommendations’ section pertaining to the item it is next to.

USCG United States Coast Guard

USC United States Code

CFR Code of Federal Regulation

ABYC American Boat and Yacht Council

NFPA National Fire Protection Association

FRP Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic

DC Direct Current (12 volt system).

AC Alternating Current (Power from shore or generator).

Powers Up Power was applied only. This does not refer to the operation of any system

or component unless specifically indicated.

Appears Indicates that a very close inspection of the particular system, component or

item was not possible due to constraints imposed on the surveyor (e.g. no

Power available, inability to remove panels, or requirements not to conduct

destructive tests.

Boiler-plate The ‘boiler plate’ rulings are in text of each report for education and as reminder.

GENERAL INFORMATION

SURVEY DETAILS

Purpose of Survey: Insurance

Party Requesting Survey: N/A

Date: July 6, 2016.

Owner’s Address; Phone #; email: N/A

Location: Svenson’s Alameda CA.

Parties Present at Survey:

Terry Tupper, Marine Surveyor.

BASIC VESSEL INFORMATION

Name: Zarpa .

Official Number: 573-612.

Hull Identification Number:

CPY306550376.

Year/Make/Model:

1976/Capital yachts/Newport 30

L.O.A: 30’

Hailing Port: San Francisco.

Beam: 10’5”

Intended Cruising Area:

Bay and Delta waters.

Draft: 4’6”

Intended Use: Recreation.

Weight/Displacement: 16,000#

Vessel dimensions and weight were obtained from, paid subscriptions to: Soldboats.com, BUC value, 2010 Edition of BUC Books, and other sources. All other data was obtained from onboard ship’s papers.

Figure 3 From port quarter

Figure 4 Shaft, strut and folding prop tested


SYSTEMS

HULL, DECK AND SUPERSTRUCTURE

HULL CONSTRUCTION

Type & Material: Displacement hull, FRP laminate.

Vessel Color: White.

Frames & Planking: Fiberglass laminate, and secondary bonds.

Keel Bolts: Encapsulated.

Bulkheads: Good bonds.

Cabin Lights: 12 volt indirect.

DECK CONSTRUCTION

Material & Surface: Checked non-skid.

Portholes: Lights.

Hatches: Escape hatch over vee-berth.

SUPERSTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION & LAY OUT

SPARS AND RIGGING

Mast & Spars: Aluminum.

Mast Clearance/Support: N/A.

Mast Step/Partners/Chain Plates:

Winches {Make & Size}: Not inspected.

Running Rigging: Fair condition.

Standing Rigging: Average condition at deck level.

Boom: Good condition.

Radar Support: N/A.

Sail Inventory {Type, Size & Material}: Not inspected.

PROPULSION MACHINERY

ENGINE ROOM

Location: Below cockpit.

Figure 5 Frontal view

Power Blowers: Yes.

Figure 6 View from top, new ignition wires

MAIN ENGINES

Number, Type, & Fuel: One, gasoline.

Manufacturer & Model:

Universal Atomic Four.

Horsepower: 30.

Serial Number: 196038.

Number of Cylinders: Four.

Engine Year: 1976.

Flame Arrestor: Sighted.

Belts & Pulleys: Good condition.

Engine Mounts & Beds: FRP stringers

8 X 3” with adjustable steel mounts.

Exhaust System: Good condition.

Oil Level & Condition: Topped.

Filters: Spin-on.

COOLING SYSTEM

Type: Raw water cooled

Raw Water Strainer: Plastic.

Seacocks: Ball-valve.

Hoses & Clamps: Good condition.

Coolant Level: None.

TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS

Manufacturer & Model: Universal.

Serial Number: N/A.

Gear Ratio: Direct drive

Shaft Material & Size: 7/8”

PROPELLERS

Material: Bronze.

Number of Blades: Folding.

Size: 12”

Condition: Average.

STEERING SYSYTEM

Type: Tiller.

Packing Gland: Corrosion; service.

Number of Stations: One.

Hydraulics RAM:

No, chain, cable to quadrant.

Cable & Chain: Fair condition.

Emergency Tiller: Not sighted.

Figure 7 Engine intake

Tank gauge

TANKAGE AND PIPING

FUEL TANKS

Fuel Type: Gasoline.

Capacity: 25 gallons.

Tank Material: Aluminum.

Number of Tanks: One.

Location & Accessibility: Below starboard settee.

Grounded: Yes.

Secured Installation: Factory.

Manufacturer’s Label: None.

FUEL PIPES AND HOSES

Fill Location: Starboard deck.

Labeled: Yes.

Grounded: Yes.

Vent and Flame Protection: Both.

Shut-off Valve : At tank.

Fuel Filter Type & Number: Spin-on in engine bay.

Approved Type Fuel Hose: No.

FRESH WATER SYSTEM

Number of Storage Tanks: One.

Capacity: 30 gallons.

Accessibility: Below vee-berth.

Material: Plastic.

Fill Location & Label: Deck fill.

WATER PUMPS

Type:

Flow or Pressure:

Model Number:

Serial Number:

Condition:

Shur-Flo

3.2 GPM

12 volt

Working

HOT WATER SYSTEM

Type:

Manufacturer:

Capacity:

SANITATION SYSTEMS

Number of Heads: One.

Type of Head: MSD III.

Raw Water Supply: Raw.

Manufacturer: Jabsco manual.

Discharge Hoses: Yes.

Macerator: NO.

Y-Valves: No.

Vent Loop: Not required.

Holding Tank Capacity: 15 gallons.

THRU-HULLS

BELOW THE WATER LINE THRU HULLS

1) Bronze ball-valve, engine intake good condition.

2) Marlon head discharge – good condition .

3) Bronze ball-valve for scupper drain good condition.

4) Bronze ball-valve for head sink drain, corroded.

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

D.C SYSTEM

Batteries (Location, Group): Two group; one dead, second new July 2016.

Cold Cranking Amps: 600.

Stowage Method:

Strapped in wooden boxes.

Cable Corrosion/Ventilation: Good.

CHARGING SYSTEM

BATTERY CHARGER

Type: Auto charger.

Manufacturer: N/A.

Ignition Protected: No.

Amperage: 10.

ALTERNATOR

Number: One

Amperage: 65

SHORE POWER No, a 115 volt 15 amp house extension cord.

Shore Power Inlet AC

Number & Location: To be installed.

Weather Protection:

AC Cord Condition: Single extension cord.

Adapters & Pigtails: No.

AC Master Switch Type & Location: Panel.

Main Breakers Location & Rating: Panel.

Circuit Voltage & Amp Meters: No.

Panel Breaker Number: DC fuses.

Wiring Connections: Crimps.

Minimum Wire Size & Rating: 10 +

Wire Routing: Tied.

Outlets & GFCI: No.

Galvanic Isolator: None.

Figure 8 Compass on bulkhead

Figure 9 12 volt panel


ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT

UNIT

MANUFACTURER

MODEL/SERIAL NUMBER

LOCATION

VHF Radio

Unimetrics

Radar / Chart Plotter

GPS

Lowrance

Depth Sounder

Signet

Speed Log

Signet

Autohelm

Compass

Plastimo

bulkhead

Clock

Barometer

Antennas

VHF, GPS

GROUND TACKLE AND DECK EQUIPMENT

Anchor Type & Size: 10 # Danforth.

Rode Length & Construction: 20’ chain, 100’ of ½” nylon rode.

Windlass: No.

Bow Roller: Yes.

Bowsprit: No.

Bow Pulpit: Sturdy.

Stanchions: Sturdy.

Stern Pulpit: Sturdy.

Chocks & Cleats: Secure.

Swim Platform: None.

Swim Ladder: Folding.

OTHER EQUIPMENT

Placards: Yes, both sighted.

Canvas/Covers: Companionway, sail covers.

Recreational or Extra Equipment: Stereo hydraulic backstay adjuster, and spinnaker sail.

SAFETY AND FEDERALLY REQUIRED EQUIPMENT

COAST GUARD REQUIRED

Personal Flotation Jackets: Five type II

Throwable Devices: USCG Seat type IV.

Fire Extinguishers: Two B-1.

Visual Distress Signals: Not required.

Sound Devices: Horn.

Navigation & Anchor Lights: Refit.

‘No Oil Discharge’ Placard: Yes.

‘Trash Disposal’ Placard: Yes.

Navigation Rules (>39.4’): Not required

Waste Management Plan (>40’): Not required.

Gas Engines

  • Fume Blower: Tested.
  • Flame Arrestor: Sighted.
  • OTHER SAFETY EQUIPMENT

    Life Raft: None.

    EPIRB: No.

    Smoke Detector & Fire Alarm: None.

    Fixed Fire Suppression System For Engine Room: None.

    Carbon Monoxide detector: No.

    BILGE PUMPS

    Type-Brand

    Model

    Location

    Condition

    Rule

    1750 GPH

    Bilge

    Working

    FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

    A. LEGAL REQUIREMENTS

    These are required by USCG or USC CFRs and should be addressed before the vessel is next underway.

    These listed here are ‘Boiler Plate’ in nature, written in on each report and not necessarily in non-compliance.

    These can be unwittingly removed or not known by an owner and used as a back-up or failsafe for all of USCG CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS. These are ‘boiler-plate’ for education, or reminders, and are part of each report.*

    Refer to “Federal Requirements and Safety Tips for Recreational Boats.” USCG requires:

    1. One wearable type I, II, or III life preserver for each person, or each berth, aboard.

    2. One throwable type IV life preserver.

    3. Approved style, in date, visual distress signals (flares) outside the USCG designated COLREGS (San Francisco Bay out to “Mile Rock”).

    4. Three size B-1 fire extinguishers, one B-II = two BC-1, and four if length of vessel exceeds forty feet overall.

    5. Mounted placards displayed aboard “Dumping of Garbage Prohibited” and Discharge of Oil Prohibited”. An additional “Waste Management Plan” is required on vessels over forty feet in length.

    6. A copy of USCG ‘Rules of the Road” (Navigation Rules) aboard (COMDINST M16672.2d).

    B. SAFETY REQUIREMENTS AND ABYC RECOMMENDATIONS

    These findings affect overall safety of the vessel and passengers and should be addressed as soon as possible.

    In most cases these listed here are ‘Boiler Plate’ and used to keep the owner from unwittingly removing essential safety equipment or for reminding them of what the law or ABYC expectation is for systems, rules or functions on board a vessel.

    These are ‘Boiler-plate’ for education or reminders, and part of each report.*

    ABYC recommends a means of discharging an extinguisher into the engine compartment without opening primary hatches or, an automatic system; that a fire detector or smoke alarm is installed, and that all fire extinguishers be serviced annually by a qualified fire technician.

    This vessel uses carbon based fuels (diesel, LPG, and wood or charcoal) for propulsion, cooking and space heating. During the burning of these fuels, Carbon Monoxide (CO) gas may be created due to incomplete combustion. Adequate ventilation must be provided at all times while burning any of these fuels, however CO from external sources may also be drawn into the cabin through ventilation systems. CO is a silent menace and it kills without warning, therefore this surveyor recommends installation in any occupied spaces below decks a CO alarm (Xintex model CMD-3M, MARINE Technologists model 60-542 or equivalent) that meets UL Standard # 2034.

    ABYC recommends a means of unassisted reboarding of this vessel. This may be portable or permanently mounted ladder or such other method that permits a person to climb aboard the vessel without assistance.

    There is a magnetic compass aboard, but no deviation table was noted. Every magnetic compass should be “swung” and a deviation table established prior to venturing into conditions of reduced visibility. Either “swing” the compass using a technique describe in Chapman’s “Piloting and Seamanship” or other navigational publications or have the procedure performed by a compass adjuster.

    *‘Boiler-plate’ means the statement is on each report for a reminder and does not mean the particular vessel is in non-compliance, needs a replacement or repair in the particulars discussed in that paragraph.

    UNITED STATES COAST GUARD CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS:

    A-1 Fuel hose must be USCG A-1 15

    Except for above, this vessel is in compliance with all USCG codes.

    ABYC RECOMMENDATIONS:

    These are recommendations that professional marine surveyors are bound to list on a report; the ABYC is the marine industry’s standard and are to be taken seriously. Some of the ABYC recommendations were not in effect when certain aged vessels were built, however, a vessel is inherently safer when in compliance with all ABYC recommendations.

    B-1 Both CO and smoke detectors.

    B-2 A fixed fire suppression system for engine bay (gasoline).

    B-3 both the distributor and coil and not ‘ignition protected’.

    C. OTHER FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OBSERVED BY SURVEYOR

    These are mostly related to overall maintenance issues and should be addressed in the near future to maintain vessel value and function.

    C-1 Service corroded packing gland.

    C-2 Compass is milky and needs oil.

    C-3 Coupler is corroded.

    When the above recommendations are in compliance, this will be a fine vessel for all activities on bay and Delta waters.

    SUMMARY AND VALUATION

    SUMMARY

    VESSEL RATING OF CONDITION

    It is the surveyor’s experience that develops an opinion as to a vessel’s OVERALL VESSEL RATING OF CONDITION immediately after a complete survey has been performed and the findings organized in a logical manner.

    The grading of condition, as developed by BUC RESEARCH, and accepted in the marine industry, for a vessel at the time of survey, determines the adjustment to the range of base values in the BUC USED BOAT PRICE GUIDE, for a similar vessel sold within a given time period, as a consideration to determine the Market Value. The following is the accepted marine grading system of condition:

    ‘EXCELLENT’ (BRISTOL) CONDITION’ – is a vessel that is maintained in mint or bristol fashion – usually better than factory new, loaded with extras – a rarity.

    ‘ABOVE AVERAGE CONDITION’- has had above average care and is equipped with extra electrical and electronic gear.

    ‘AVERAGE CONDITION’ – ready for sale requiring no additional work and normally equipped for her size.

    ‘FAIR CONDITION’ – requires usual maintenance to prepare for sale.

    ‘POOR CONDITION’ – substantial yard work required and devoid of extras.

    VALUATION

    As a result of this investigation, as stated in the SYSTEMS AND FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS section of this report:

    OVERALL VESSEL RATING - BUC average.

    FAIR MARKET VALUE - $ 12,000.00

    ESTIMATED REPLACEMENT VALUE - $ 125,000.00

    The fair market value is the most probable price in terms of money which a vessel should bring in a competitive and open market under all conditions requisite to a fair sale. Taking into account the condition rating, an average was reached after researching prices from the following sources: BUC USED BOAT PRICE GUIDE, SOLDBOATS.COM, AND USEDBOATS.COM.

    The estimated replacement cost indicates the retail cost of a new vessel of the same make/model with similar equipment offered by the same manufacturer or a similar one if the company is no longer in business.

    In accordance with the request for a marine survey for evaluating the vessel’s present condition and estimating fair market value and replacement cost, we herewith submit our conclusion based on the preceding report. The subject vessel was personally inspected by the undersigned.

    I hereby certify that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, the statements of fact contained in this report are true and correct.

    This report is submitted without prejudice and for the benefit of whom it may concern.

    Attending Surveyors: Susan Tupper SAMS AMS, and Terry L Tupper

    Marine Surveyor.

    Extra page for comments or photographs.

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    Engine Running Link:https://youtu.be/j9BRiNe2wRo

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