1935 Crocker Ketch
|Category||Ketch, Racers and Cruisers, Antique and Classics|
|Propulsion Type||Single Inboard|
|Location||North Kingstown, RI|
Sleeps 6 to 7. Rode and chain locker furthest forward w/access from forward stateroom, large single berths each side w/shelves outboard. A large stowage locker is forward to port. Enclosed head next aft to port w/porcelain basin, drawer storage and linen lockers. Nav station opposite to starboard with drawers beneath. Main cabin has a berth to starboard with pipe berth above, settee berth to port with pipe berth over.
In the center between the berths is a mahogany drop-leaf dining table, Delft tile wood/charcoal/gas stove is forward to port. The galley is aft
2 burner, gimballed propane stove with oven
|Electronics and Navigation|
12 VDC, 110VAC systems
|Sails and Rigging|
|Deck and Hull Equipment|
35 lb. CQR anchor with 150 feet of BBB chain
|Design, Heritage and Construction|
Crocker design No.168 by Sam Crocker, built by Britt Brothers of West Lynn, Mass. for the Loomis family. Competition included the 1936 Newport to Bermuda Race finishing 9th in Class B, the smallest boat to finish the race. The vessel entered the Centennial Race, Whaler's Race and Jeffrey's Ledge Races often early in its life. She has more recently sailed in The Museum of Yachting's Classic Yacht Regatta and The SS Crocker Memorial Race. Cruising grounds included the East Coast from Northwest River, Labrador, to Bermuda, West Coast from Berkeley, Calif. to Icy Bay, Alaska.
Honduras mahogany carvel planking over white oak steam bent frames, fastened with 16 X 2.25 inch silicon bronze screws.
|Recent Updates and Additions|
Topsides wooded, reefed, caulked and finished
|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.|
Contact David McKenney, CPYB at Brewer Yacht Sales, 401-641-8697 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
|Engine Make||1974 Westerbeke 4-107|
|Engine Type||Single Inboard|
This Britt Brothers' built Crocker Ketch was built for cruising the Maine coast for the original owners, the Loomis family. The family owned the boat into the 1990s and the current owner of 19 years has her in great condition, he is the third owner. She is a special boat with provenance, style and traditional eye appeal. Looking for the right stewardship to keep her going for the next generation. Call to see her today.