VIEW THIS YACHT AND 30+ MORE DURING THE BLUEWATER BOAT SHOW AT PORT ANNAPOLIS MARINA IN ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND OCTOBER 9th – 11th
A Perfect Cruiser for Weekends in the Bay or Offshore to the Islands
Singularity is a gracious and beautiful example of a David Pedrick design built to Lloyds specifications that has been updated and carefully maintained throughout her entire life. She has cruised mostly in the Chesapeake and having berthed well up the Severn River has experienced a near freshwater environment. The centerboard configuration allows her to gunkhole in the smallest of rivers and with the centerboard down she tracks well and fast on transit to the Islands.
|Water Tank Capacity:||125 Gallons|
|Fuel Tank Capacity:||75 Gallons|
|Holding Tank Capacity:||15 Gallons|
|Engine Model:||M 40|
|Number of Engines:||1|
|Engine Hours:||1600 Hours|
Singularity has a three-compartment configuration. At the base of the companionway to starboard is the master's cabin with a double berth, hanging cedar lined locker and drawers. Just ahead on the starboard side is the head with full stall shower, marine head and more storage.
On the port side is the nav station with a generous desk area for charts and logs. Immediately forward of the nav station is the u-shaped galley providing easy reach of all components from the galley sink to the three-burner stove/oven and the amble refrigeration unit.
The salon area has a large drop leaf table for dining that drops down to provide a berth for 2 to port and a single to starboard.
The forward cabin has a double v-berth, privacy door and a sink with fresh hot/cold running water. Large storage area below the berth and the chain locker forward.
There are seven opening hatches in the overhead and six opening ports allowing fresh air to flow through the boat while at anchor.
U-Shaped Galley on the port side provides an extremely stable platform for meal preparation while underway. Galley sink aft, three burner stove and oven athwartship and the refrigerator forward all simultaneously within reach.
The head is located on the starboard side just forward of the aft cabin with the marine head configured along the keel line of the boat.
The 12 volt system has three house batteries and a separate battery for engine starting.
The owner takes great pride in the care of Singularity which is immediately apparent when you first come aboard.