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DURBECK For Sale at CreepyCrabs | Buy Motor Yacht For Sale

DURBECK Available

  Motor Yacht

Sellers Telephone(+1)USA
Sellers Website
Advert Ref7032
Price75000 US Dollars
Year Built1981
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125 feet
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Engine Manufacturer53 HP, Inboard, Diesel, Yanmar
General Description

The Durbek 38 is a solid hand laid fiberglassed blue water cruiser. Her full
keel w/protected prop, sturdy outboard rudder and new Monitor wind vane (2012)
makes her safe for open ocean passages. Other recent upgrades (since 2010)
include new Yanmar 4JH5E diesel (less than 100 hrs), dripless shaft seal,
seacocks and hoses replaced, new standing and running rigging, hull soda blasted
and seven layers of Interprotect barrier coat applied, new Standard Horizon GPS
Chartplotter with GX2100 VHF w/AIS and more.

If your plans include heading out to sea then the Dawn Piper is a boat you'll
want to sea.

Additional Specs, Equipment and




Engine 1:

Engine Brand:

Year Built: 2011

Engine Model: 4JH5E

Engine Type:

Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel

Engine Hours: 95

Propeller: 3 blade

Drive Type: Direct Drive

Engine Power: 53


Builder: Durbeck Boatworks, Bradenton,

Designer: Peter Guerke


LOA: 38 ft 1 in

LWL: 30 ft 1 in

Beam: 11 ft 3 in

Displacement: 25000

Draft: 6 ft 1 in

Ballast: 8,000 lbs


Engine: Yanmar

Model: 4JH5E

Power: 53 hp

Year: 2009 installed
2011 w/new transmission by Marine Pro, Cocoa, FL

Hours: <100

Cruising Speed: 5.5 knots

Max Speed: 6.5 knots

PSS Dripless Shaft
Seal in 2011 with new engine install


Fuel: 50 gallons

Water: 120 gallons

Holding: None. Removed with all
septic hoses when Compost toilet installed in 2012


DAWN PIPER is an excellent couples cruiser. Everything is substantial from
the bronze ports and warm cabin lamps to the solid wood interior and thick cabin
sole. She has great light and ventilation. The boat is very large inside with a
big forward stateroom with tons of storage, a large head just aft to port with
incredible storage and a workshop adjacent on starboard. The whole area becomes
a gigantic bathroom and dressing room. A diesel heater is on the bulkhead to
keep warm. The salon is also large with an L shaped settee to port and a
straight settee berth to starboard. A very large table can seat about six
comfortably. The table is hinged to a bulkhead and folds up to create a large
open area. There is abundant storage throughout. The U-shaped galley to port is
just below the companionway with lots of storage including special dish storage
and a large cabinet with storage below and counter space above. The sit down
navigation station is on starboard with a quarter berth aft which is great for

Great liveaboard voyager

Tons of storage

Nice big forward stateroom

Large head
to port

Workbench to starboard

Huge salon with fold up table

outboard of the settee

Excellent ventillation

Nav station to starboard

Galley to port

Quarter berth aft of the nav

Diesel heater


Two stainless steel sinks

Foot pumps for fresh and salt water

stainless steel water tanks with valve system

ORIGO Gimbaled Alchohol Stove

Massive safety bar for the stove and a harness for the galley

Insulated ice box


12Vdc and 110VAC Electrical Breaker Panel

110VAC 30A Shore Power

Power Cord (50 ft)

AC outlets

Four (4) Trojan T105 Deep Cycle Batteries
(420 aH) installed 2012

One (1) 12V Starting Battery

Heart Interface Link
1000 Battery Monitoring System

Three Stage Battery Charger in 2010

Output Alternator and Voltage Reg in 2011 with new engine install

Nav Lights
Port, Starboard 'n Stern Light

Deck Lights

Steaming Light


Anchor Light

Deck Wash Down Pump

Two (2) Electric Bilge Pumps
(Diaphram 'n Rule Hi Water) in 2011

Airgen Wind Generator mounted on

MONITOR Windvane Steering System new in

Rig and Sails

Beautiful cutter rig easily managed by a couple. The rigging
(replaced in 2009) is oversized with external bronze chainplates (rebedded in
2009), new pulleys on mast top
and turnbuckles. The wire rigging has
Norseman terminals so you can replace a wire one a time. The double spreader rig
has permanent backstays so you don't need running backstays (bonus). She'll
heave to reliably with a triple reef in the heavy mainsail and the staysail.
She'll track well and balance easily to be steered by the Monitor wind
vane steering system (new in 2012)
. The boat is rigged well to

Stout Cutter Rig

Tanbark Sails

140% Furling

110% Furling Genoa

Reefable hank on Staysail

Main Sail
with 3 reef points new in 2008

Main is 9 oz dacron with slab reefing
on boom

New Stack Pack and Lazy Jacks in

Massive bronze chain plates rebedded in

Reefing winch on boom

Mid-boom sheeting to traveler in

Boom Vang Block 'n Tackle by Garhauer new in

Bronze Barient Winches

Cockpit Winches:

Primaries: Barient #23

Secondaries: Barient #20 self-tailing

Staysail: Secondaries
used for staysail sheets, with cleats

Furling line winch: use primary or
secondary winch, port side

Halyard winches on the mast: three barient

Reefing winch on boom Barient #

Hull, Deck & Ground Tackle

Full keel with encapsulated lead ballast. Cutaway forefoot with relatively
broad transom with a handsome sheer and relatively low freeboard, and high
bulwarks. The external rudder is hung on massive bronze gudgeons. The
three-blade prop is secure and safe in an aperture. Hull construction is solid
fiberglass and hand-laminated. The hull is laid up with the best tooling
polyester resins. The deck is molded with laminated fiberglass unit with
strategic balsa coring in sections to reduce weight. The outer layer of deck is
approximately 1/2" with 1/2" balsa core then a 1/4" under layer of fiberglass.
Areas of deck hardware are reinforced and all were rebedded in 2005. The hull
and deck are joined at the toe rail cap and the joint is completely tabbed below
with several layers of fiberglass cloth. Bulkheads are tabbed to the hull and
furniture is built into the monolithic structure. That is to say she is a well
built solid boat!

Strong construction

Solid hand laid fiberglass

Massive teak bulwark cap with bronze striker rub

Soda blasted and 7 coats of Interprotect Barrier Coat in

New gel coat in 2005

Topsides the hull above the water line
below the deck was sanded and gel coat applied in 2004/5) with crimson and gold
stripes at waterline and below deck

Exterior teak presently can use attention
(Feb 2015) but teak is structurally fine

No teak

Two tone deck has new gel coat and nonskid colored
light beige on white decks

During the refit, the cockpit layout was
reworked for comfort, efficiency and esthetics. Engine control box in
2011 when Yanmar installed

SS Stern pulpit solid rail was extended
to front of cockpit for added safety

Tiller steering

Windvane (new in 2012) conveniently within reach on aft deck

drains, four

Manual Bilge Pump (may need new seals)

Electric Pumps
in bilge (primary diaphragm and high water rule) new in

Portable bilge pump mounted on a board with attached hoses for
emergency use.

Bow Pulpit: SS with Red/Green Nav lights attached (new

Bulwark is high for safety

Four large scuppers (for
quick drainage)

High 30" double SS life lines

stanchion bases

Nice folding boarding ladder

Bronze opening ports,
13 heavy-duty with removable SS screens; rebedded 2005, good condition, extra
gasket material.

Two large aluminum Bowmar hatches in V-berth and
Saloon that can be opened either forward or aft: both with permanent screens on
interior wood frames; both have canvas covers for storage when closed; both have
canvas wind scoops that can be rigged forward or aft

Also a Tall wind scoop
for use on the forward hatch when at anchor

The companionway hatch louvered
teak doors can be replaced with heavy lexan boards for passage making or
screened insert at anchor.

Lifting crane for outboard


with Dodger (toast color)

Dodger handrails on sides and aft

Bimini with
glass view for sails, zippers on four sides, and connecting canvas that zippers
between dodger and bimini

New Stack Pack for Main Sail w/Lazy Jacks
in 2012

Spray curtains attach to lifelines, port and starboard to
protect cockpit

Cockpit cushions


Divided chain locker

Two bow rollers on solid

Lofrans Tigress 12 v windlass (2003) w/up and down control
on de

Anchor wash down system

Primary bow anchor 20kg (44lb)
Bruce on SS swivel

Secondary Bow anchor 35# CQR

Stern anchor 22#

Can use new chain

Additional and Safety Specifics and Items

Jack lines nylon straps run from staysail cleat to strong points at entrance
to cockpit Edson manual bilge pump in the cockpit (should replace seals)

Two flag halyards with set of signal flags

Portable emergency bilge

Monitor Windvane steering (new in 2011)

PFDs Four type 1

Numerous handhelds, 12 gauge pistol, regular & parachute, smoke (out of


Fire extinguishers two large multi-purpose located behind chart

Air horn

GFI outlets

Man Overboard Life Sling

MOB Pole stored
on back stay with float/flag

EPIRB: ACR 406 mhz (needs recert and

Anchor light on masthead

MARPOLE garbage placard


LocationPort Canaveral, Florida United States
CountryPort Canaveral, Florida United States
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