1994 Ketch Mix 55

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Deltaville, VA

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Class Sails
Category Cruisers
Year 1994
Make Ketch
Length 55'
Propulsion Type Other
Hull Material Fiberglass
Fuel Type Diesel
Location Deltaville, VA

This boat is light and airy and extremely spacious, with beautiful teak and holly floors. The companionway comes into the interior with the galley to port and chart table to starboard. The galley is U-shaped with lots of counter space, a large refrigerator which is extremely well insulated, 3-burner stove, with oven, double stainless steel sinks and loads of storage. Storage cabinets have rattan fronts to allow airflow.

Across from the galley is the chart table, with dedicated seat, shelving alongside and a wet locker behind. Through the bulkhead behind the chart table is an oval opening through which one steps into the walkthrough to the aft cabin.  On the outer/hull side of the walkthrough are extensive shelves for storage; engine access is through a panel midships, below the floor of the cockpit. There is also crawlspace gaining access to the area round the engine compartment.

The aft or master cabin has the feel of a bedroom. Double bed, amidships and vast amounts of storage, behind curtains on both sides, with .  Forward and to port is the aft head which gives access to the more storage as well as plumbing, wiring and the 'bowels of the boat'.

The salon has two long settees down each side, with teak trim and teak cabinet doors. A stunning teak table is situated just to port of center, with  leaves that fold up at mealtimes and vertical supports  at each end of the table with teak beams attached to the coachroof over the port settee providing strength as well as interest. Storage  is located behind each seat back, as well as below the seats in in cabinets above.

Forward   of the starboard settee is more storage, with a counter that the current owners use for a keyboard, bookshelves above. Through a doorway is a head to port and the v-berth forward. The v-berth is spacious and light and has open access to a storage 'bin' in the bow of the boat, as well as the anchor locker.




Tasco - 3-burner propane stove w/ oven & broiler
Propane safety solenoid
Double S/S sink
Pressurized fresh water
Pressurized salt water
Isotherm 12V refrigeration
Large ice box with interior division and 8" insulation
Microwave oven
Teak spice rack
Teak glass rack


110V/12V electrical systems
4 x Arco 45 W solar panels
Ferris 20A Wind Generator w/ charge meter
Watermaker (20 GPH)
2500W Inverter.
E-meter Battery monitor
5 batteries in 3 battery banks

Electronics & Navigation

Nexus electro-hydraulic  Autopilot
Standard Horizon Depth sounder
Standard Horizon Log/Knotmeter
Nexus Depth/Speed/Wind w/ GPS repeater
SI-TEX 4KW Radar w/ touch screen (2014)
Micrologic GPS
Apelco VHF radio w/ remote mic
Kenwood all-band HF radio
SGC smart-tuner automatic antenna coupler
Insulated backstay
JVC AM/FM stereo w/ 12 disc CD changer
Ritchie compass at binnacle
Nexus fluxgate compass
Silva Hand-bearing compass
Monitor Windvane/selfsteering

Sails & Rigging

64' Mast
Ketch rig
Fully battened Mainsail w/ batt cars  - 2011. (407 sf)
Furling Genoa - 2010. (643 sf)
Mizzen - 2012. (316 sf)
Tri-radial jib - like new. (435 sf)
1.5oz Spinnaker - like new - w/ ATN sock (1339 sf)
Spinnaker pole, deck mounted
Profurl roller furling system
Sunbrella sail covers


Single bow roller
66lb Bruce anchor 
FX55 Fortress anchor chocked on deck
22lb Danforth-type anchor
Second length of nylon rode w/ 10' chain
ABI manual anchor windlass
Hard dodger
Lewmar hatches
Lewmar travelers
2 X Lewmar 2-speed ST Primary winches
2 x Barlow 2-speed Secondary winches
1 x Barient Mainsheet winch
Sunbrella winch covers
Sunbrella Cockpit awning
Large Sunbrella sun awning
Cockpit cushions
54" Wheel
Ritchie compass
Teak Cockpit table.

Mechanical & Tankage

Yanmar 4JH2-HTBE engine (turbo charged)
75 HP
3905 hours
Racor Turbine Series fuel filter/water separator
PSS dripless seal
3 blade prop
Martec 2-blade prop (spare)

1 x 50 gallon Fuel tank
2 x 20 gallon water tanks (aft)
1 x 25 gallon water tank (forward)
1 x 30 gallon water tank (forward)
2 x 10 gallon holding tanks


2 x 20lb Propane tanks
10' Avon roll-up inflatable
10 hp Mercury outboard w/ external tank
9' Dyer Hard sailing dinghy (on davits)
Danforth Dinghy Anchor
12V quartz Hologen 1.5m candlepower spotlight
Brass, Den Haan Trawler lamp in salon
Weems and Plath Brass clock
Brass Barometer
Brass Anemometer
Gimballed oil lamp
Teak wine rack
S/S sinks in both heads
S/S Barbeque


Dock lines
Life Jackets
MOB pole
Horseshoe Buoy w/ strobe light
FIre extinguishers
CG safety equipment


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

Annapolis Yacht Sales Deltaville
Contact the listing brokers:
Jonathan Hutchings (CPYB)
804-436-4484 (cell)
Anne Hutchings (CPYB)
804-436-4701 (cell)
(804) 776 7575 (office)

Nominal Length
Length Overall
Max Bridge Clearance
Max Draft
Length at Waterline
Fuel Tank Capacity
Fresh Water Tank Capacity
Holding Tank Capacity
Engine Make Yanmar
Engine Model 4JH2-HTBE
Total Power 75hp
Engine Hours 3905
Engine Type Other
Fuel Type Diesel
1994 Ketch Mix 55


Owner anxious to move on with his life has reduced the price again to reflect exceptional value for a boat of this size and quality.

  "Myth" fits the genre of the Dashew style of fast cruisers like the Sundeer and Deerfoot ranges. Fast cruising that allows one to outrun weather systems and shorten passage times while minimizing rolling and pitching is an enticing alternative to sailing heavy boats that have to motor in light air.

Myth has a lightweight epoxy and carbon strengthened construction on a long waterline with moderate six foot draft and a manageable sailplan split between two masts that can pass under ICW bridges. The deck and hull are constructed with Tri-axial fiberglass using only epoxy resin over a Klegecell PVC foam core. The hull core alone provides this 24,000 pound yacht with 48,120 pounds of ultimate buoyancy.

High stress areas on either side of the keel are re-inforced with carbon fiber. Flush decks, center cockpit and a hard dodger complete a design package that reeks of speed and efficiency.

The  interior is well lit with white vertical surfaces and overhead. The layout features a desirable owner's aft stateroom with center-line double berth, extensive storage and an engine room that allows easy access to all sides of the motor and systems. The galley is of small apartment proportions in terms of sinks, counter space and storage.

The owners of Myth sail to the Caribbean, Florida or the Bahamas each year at speed and in safety. Over the past twenty years Myth has proved herself to be the consummate passagemaker and cruising yacht for a couple. Key assets include