1959 Huckins Seafarer

$85,000
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Class Power
Category Antique and Classics
Year 1959
Make Huckins
Length 48'
Propulsion Type Twin Inboard
Hull Material Composite
Fuel Type Diesel
Location Jacksonville, FL
Construction

Double, diagonal Philippine mahogany planking on white oak frames, Everdur bronze & copper rivet fastenings, with permanent resin.

This yacht was fiberglassed by Huckins in 1969.

Accommodations

Double stateroom with V-berths and hatch to foredeck up forward. Aft on stbd side is a enclosed electric head. To port is they galley, equipped with a double sink, electric stove and refrigerator.

Step up from the galley into a very large, semi-sunken deckhouse/lounge, with lower controls on the stbd side, a settee berth, and folding berth on port side.

Further aft and below is the owners full-width stateroom with a large hanging locker and separate electric head. Flybridge has ample seating and lounge space.

Engines
  • Twin 3208T CATS
  • 6.5 kw Onan generator
Electrical
  • 12V / 110V
  • 4 bilge pumps
  • 12v windlass w/ 2 anchors
  • 2 crown heads
Equipment
  • depth finder
  • VHF radio
  • Bendix auto pilot at F/B
  • 6" constallation compass
  • bimini top
  • complete davit, winch and chocks
  • Electric Princess stove/convection oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Cruise Air air condition
  • wetbar in salon
  • swim platform
Disclaimer
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 Information

Contact Sara Gielow at 954-383-9544 or sgielow@huckinsyacht.com

Speed and Distance
Cruising Speed
15
Max Speed
20
Dimensions
Nominal Length
48
Length Overall
48.1
Beam
13.67
Miscellaneous
Windlass
Electric
Tanks
Fuel Tank Capacity
330
Fresh Water Tank Capacity
148
Holding Tank Capacity
50
Accommodations
Single Berths
6
Cabins
2
Heads
2
Engine Make Caterpillar
Engine Model 3208T
Total Power 600hp
Engine Hours 338
Engine Type Twin Inboard
Fuel Type Diesel
1959 Huckins Seafarer

50% restored, looking for owner to complete refit

This Huckins has tremendous history and potential, but is currently in need of a partial refit. She is powered with reliable 3208 CATs (hour meter reads 338) and her hull is sound. Unique to Huckins Yacht, this boat has a mid-ship engine room under the main salon with 18' propeller shafts instead of the usual v-drive configuration. Her work list is mostly cosmetic, to include: fix areas of rot (deck boxes, front windshield, stbd side of master stateroom), new soft goods, and  interior and exterior paint.

The deckhouse and lounge deck are on one level, providing 18 ft of living space! Arranged to sleep six in double staterooms forward and aft, lounge-berth and folding berth in deckhouse. Dual control,  flybridge with bimini top and convertible seat-lounges. The elements are all pure Art Deco. The lights in the salon, as everywhere else in the boat, are authentic 1950s fixtures. 

Originally built with the intention of adding a flybridge at a later date, Huckins installed one for the second owner in 1964, at the same time as the salon was enclosed. The hull was completely fiberglassed by Huckins in 1969 and drip rail wings and dunnage boxes were also added during this time. In 1985 Huckins unzipped the bottom and put on a new one, repowered the boat with her lightweight CATs, and installed a permanent bimini to the f/b.

Her most recent restoration was in 2002, and she won the spectators choice award at Ocean Reefs vintage weekend. Hauled for bottom job in 9/2017.

She is currently docked undercover in Jacksonville, Florida just waiting for someone who understands her pedigree and values her work of art.

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