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1941 Custom Ortholan Motorsailor Ketch

Oak Harbor, Washington

$539,500

Luna is a gem and a must-see! She was built by Astillero Ortholan in Argentina, and designed by Manuel Campos as a double-headsail Ketch. Luna was built to sail the world’s oceans in extreme comfort and class. She is rigged to be sailed by two people while her deck space can accommodate many comfortably. Luna would make a wonderful 6-pack charter vessel, live-aboard or world voyager for her next owners. The current owners have gone above and beyond to ensure Luna will sail well into the future!

Perfect for Charter Business: For anyone interested in Chartering Luna, she has a permanent Jones Act Waiver to carry paying passengers in the United States! Her USCG Documented length is 65 feet. 

Extensive Upgrades in 2019 by Port Townsend Shipwright’s Coop, in Port Townsend, WA, including:

  • New Aluminum Bulwarks and Teak Cap-Rail
  • Re-built Transom
  • Several Planks Replaced Above Waterline
  • Extensive Re-Caulking and Re-Fastening, above and below waterline
  • Most Covering Boards and Sheer Strakes Replaced
  • All Spar’s Pulled, Re-Finished and Hardware Upgraded
  • Port Townsend Shipwright’s Co-op Invoices available by request

The Deck Space on Luna is vast and well laid-out for sail-management, maneuvering and for relaxing and enjoying the ride. The side decks are wide and easy to move fore and aft with 29” high stainless steel Life-Lines topped with 3” wide Teak Hand Rails from the stern to the mainmast and 29” stainless steel Tube Life-lines forward to the bow giving a very secure and protected feel when maneuvering aboard. Hinged Boarding Gates are located amidships on the starboard and port sides as well as on the stern. Blue/Grey rubberized non-skid paint covers the teak decking for ease of maintenance.

The U-Shaped Aft Seating Booth is impressive, comfortable and seats up to 12 people around a large table for meals and socializing. The table is fixed to the trunk cabin roof with a stainless steel pedestal and the table is fixed with low fiddles to keep things from rolling off under way.

Luna can be operated from either inside the Pilothouse or she can be operated from the Steering Station on the Aft Deck where the Genoa, Staysail, Main and Mizzen Sails are all led for double-handing under sail. The Aft Helm Station hosts a traditional chromed bronze Pedestal with a Binnacle Compass and a varnished Teak 42” Wheel.

Entering the Pilothouse, through the aft opening doorway or either of the two side sliding doors, takes you into the gorgeously designed, very comfortable Pilothouse with breathtaking 360 degree visibility in all directions through large windows and port-lights. The Steering Station is well laid-out with comfortable seating for the skipper, a large folding chart table, a settee to port and a large L-shaped settee aft to starboard with a table. There is lots of storage in the cabinets and settees.

Going forward from the Pilothouse, down a few steps, takes you into a very nice, large Salon with two large L-Shaped settees with tables and the view is gorgeous through the large windows and port-lights. Lots of storage in cabinets and under the settees.

Forward of the Salon, down a few steps, takes you to the Dining Area, Galley and Crew Quarters. The Dining Table is large and measures approximately 68” long by 56” wide and is made from Teak with a Holly inlay and has seating for 9 people comfortably. Across from the Dining Table is a large Pantry, Microwave, and drawers and cabinets for lots of storage possibilities. There is an 8 ½’ wide horizontal pass-through for food, drinks etc. from the Dining Area to the Galley on the portside. The entry-way to the Galley is to starboard. Immediately to Starboard upon entering the Galley is a 3-Burner Stove and Oven, open counter-space and 3 large vertical refrigerators, there is also a large horizontal deep freezer compartment forward. To Port, in the Galley, is a long counter-space, a double stainless-steel sink and cabinets and drawers for storage. Forward of the Galley is the Crew Quarters with two Single Berths and lots of storage in cabinets and drawers.

Heading aft from the Salon, down a few steps, takes you to the passageway that accesses the Staterooms. On the portside is the 1st Guest Stateroom with a comfortable single berth, large hanging locker, nightstand and cabinets for storage with two opening ports above the bunk for light and ventilation. To starboard is the 2nd Guest Stateroom with a nice Double Berth, an opening port-light above the berth, storage cabinets, drawers and a private access door to the Guest Head forward. The 3rd Guest Stateroom is aft on the port side with a large single berth, a hanging locker, a nightstand with cabinets and drawers and two opening port-lights above the berth.

The Guest Head is to starboard, across the hall from the 3rd Guest Stateroom, and hosts a marble sink with hot and cold pressure water, a small vanity, a mirrored medicine cabinet, and an electric fresh-water flush toilet. The head is roomy with good lightening and a large opening port-light for air flow and natural lighting.

The Master Head is aft of the Guest Head on starboard just inside a privacy door to the Master Cabin. The Master Head also hosts a marble sink with hot and cold pressure water, a mirrored double door medicine cabinet, storage shelves and an electric fresh-water flush toilet. There is also a full tub and shower!

The Master Stateroom is located at the end of the passageway, in the stern. The Master Cabin, like everywhere else on Luna, is exquisitely designed and comfortable.  There are two full-sized mirrored doors on port that open up to a cedar closet, a very comfortable U-shaped settee w/ sculpted upholstered cushions, a book shelf, storage bins, lots of well-designed storage in cabinets and drawers accompanied by a large comfortable double berth. Above the Master Berth are two large opening port-lights for light, ventilation and staring up at the sky.

Luna is an exclusive, first-class yacht at every turn, on deck and down below. She’s a must see and is an attention getter wherever she goes!  Luna has been INCREDIBLY well-maintained and taken care of and is in turn-key condition!

Luna is ready to voyage anywhere her next owners would like to take her!

Seller's motivated.

Showings available by appointment only, thank you!

Disclaimer

W S Yacht Brokers is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Port Townsend Boat Company.

Basic Boat Info

Boat Name: Luna
Make: Custom
Model: Ortholan Motorsailor Ketch
Year: 1941
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Builder: Astillero Ortholan
Designer: Manuel Campos
Construction: Wood
Boat Hull ID: WNZ2242Fs141
Has Hull ID: Yes
Keel Type: Full Keel

Dimensions

Length: 73 ft / 22.25 m
Length Overall: 73 ft / 22.25 m
Waterline Length: 66'2 ft / 20.17 m
Beam: 17 ft / 5.18 m
Min Draft: 7.33 ft
Displacement: 124,000 lb
Electrical Circuit: 12 V
Single Berths: 2
Double Berths: 2
Cabins Count: 4

Engines / Speed

Engines: 2
Engine #1 Specs:
  • Make: Detroit Diesel
  • Model: GM-671
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 250hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze
  • Engine Location: Port
Engine #2 Specs:
  • Make: Detroit Diesel
  • Model: GM-671
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 250hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze
  • Engine Location: Starboard
Total Engine Power: 500hp
Cruising Speed: 8 kn
Maximum Speed: 11 kn

Tanks

Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 825 gal
Fuel Tank Material: Steel
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 600 gal
Water Tank Material: Plastic
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity:
Holding Tank Material: Plastic

Other

Heads Count: 2
Total Liferaft Capacity: 8
Drive Type: Direct
Windlass Type: Electric
Boat Class: Cruisers, Motorsailers, Commercial Boats

Construction:
  • Carvel Planked w/ 1 3/4" Lapacho Planking w/ Twinned Sawn 4" x 2 1/2" Frames on 2' Centers, Iron Nail Fastened w/ Intermediate Bent Frames, Copper Riveted and Measure 2" x 3".
  • Bilge Stringers
  • Keel Bolts and Structural Hardware are Iron
  • Main Deck is 1 3/4" Planking on Beam with Teak Decks Overlaid Sealed with Kiwigrip rubberized sealing/non-skid coating.
  • Originally vessel had a centerboard trunk w/ a cast iron ballast keel. A deeper welded Box Keel was added. Extending from forward of the engine room to aft of the rudder. 
  • (2) Fuel tanks are built into the Box Keel as well as the two fuel tanks in engine room. 
  • Rudder - Cored fiberglass reinforced plastic built in more recent years
Mechanical:
  • (2) Detriot Diesel GM-671 250HP Diesel Engines, rebuilt 1988
  • 2" Diameter Stainless Steel Propellor Shafts
  • (2) 3-Blade 27D x 24P Bronze Propellors
  • Dual Morse Throttle/Gear Control Levers
  • VDO Gauges: Tachometer, Water Temp, Volts, Hours, Lube Oil and Gear Pressure
  • Wagner Hydraulic Steering System
  • (2) Racor Model 1000FG Primary Filters w/ Vacuum Gauge
  • Electric Oil Change Pump
Tankage:
  • Fuel Tanks: (2) 130 Gallon Fuel Tanks in engine room, painted steel = 260 Gallons
  • Fuel Tanks: (2) Fuel Tanks in Box Keel = 565 Gallons
  • Water Tank: (4) Stainless Steel = 600 Gallons
  • Holding Tank
Electronics:
  • Chartplotter/GPS: Furuno TZ114 Touchscreen Multifunction (New 2016)
  • Radar: Furuno TZ114 4KW HD (New 2016)
  • Side-Power 280 Bow Thruster 24/48 Volt (New 2016)
  • Depth Sounder and Knotmeter: Datamarine Link 5000 and Repeater
  • Auto Pilot: Wagner MP640 (Hydraulic) and Jog Control 
  • VHF: Icom ICM506
  • SSB: Icom ICM700 
  • Rudder Angle Indicator: Wagner 
  • Compass: Kelvin White 7" and Wagner #7
  • Searchlight: ACR Remote on Mizzen Mast
  • Clock and Barometer: Boston 6"
  • Tank Level Indicator: Tank Tender
Electrical System:
  • Generator: Mastervolt Whisper 15 Ultra 15KW w/ Remote Panel in Pilothouse (New 2015)
  • Battery Charger(s): Victron Centaur 12V/40 Amp & ProTech Model 2420i Plus 24V 20Amp 
  • Inverter/Charger: Trace 2512SB 2.5KW 110V Inverter/120 Amp 12V Battery Charger with RC-2000 Remote Control Panel
  • Alternators: (2) Motorola 12V 130 Amp Engine Driven 
  • Batteries: (3) Interstate 8D 12V Wet Cell Starting Batteries (New 2013), (4) Victron 12V 180 Amp Hour AGM Batteries, (6) Energy E1-400 12V 182 Amp Hour AGM Batteries, (4) Meridian Bluestar Plus 12V 180 Amp Hour AGM Bow Thruster Batteries
  • Yacht Corrosion Control Monitor/Controller
  • Galvanic Isolator
  • (5) Automatic/Manual Submersible Electric Bilge Pumps
On Deck:
  • Stainless Steel Stern Boarding Ladder
  • Side Platform and Ladder
  • Fore and Aft Wash-down Pumps
  • Canvas: Canvas Cover for Aft Deck Seating, Pedestal/Wheel, Windlass, Hatches, and most Winch Covers
  • Lifelines: Stainless Steel Tubing on Bow transitioning to 3" wide Teak from Mainmast aft. Lifeline height: 29". Hinged Boarding Gates on Starboard and Port Beams
Rigging:
  • Painted Round Hollow Spruce Main and Mizzen Masts and Booms
  • Tides Marine SailTrack System on Main and Mizzen (for ease in raising and lowering the sails)
  • Standing Rigging New in 2009
  • North Sail Stack Pack on Main and Mizzen
  • Barient 24, 28, and 18 Halyard Winches on Main Mast
  • Barient 21 Winch on Main Mast for Topping Lift
  • Merriman No. 3 Winch on Main Boom
  • Harken 4:1 Big Boat Series Mainsheet Traveller 
  • Barient 24 Halyard Winch on Mizzen Mast
  • LED Spreader Lights
  • (2) Signal Halyards
  • Backstay and Triatic Stay Insulated for SSB Antenna
  • Removable Staysail Stay w/ Tensioning Lever
  • Aluminum Staysail Boom
  • ProFurl Genoa Furler
  • Mizzen Mast Running Back Stays
  • Boom Crutch for Mizzen
  • Cheoy Lee Mizzen Halyard Winch
  • Barient 18 Mizzen Staysail Halyard Wince
  • Barient 24 Winch on Boom
  • (2) Barlow 30 2-Speed Deck Winches on Aft Deck
  • (2) Lewmar 65 3-Speed Deck Winches on Aft Deck
Sails:
  • Furling Genoa - Good/Fair Condition
  • Drifter - Good Condition
  • Furling Storm Jib - Good Condition
  • Mizzen - Good/Fair Condition
  • Main - Good/Fair Condition
  • Spinnaker - Good Condtion
Cabin and Galley Equipment:
  • Water Heater: 20 Gallon 120V 
  • Pressurized Hot and Cold Water: Shurflo 2.8 GPM w/ Large Accumulator Tank 12VDC
  • Stove & Oven: Princess 3-Burner Stove w/ Oven, Electric
  • Microwave Oven: Emerson
  • Refrigerator: Built-in Galley and Refrigerator w/ Deep Freezer as well w/ 220V Refrigeration Compressor
  • TV: Toshiba 20"
  • New Upholstery throughout vessel
  • New Carpets and Sound Dampening Underlayment added
  • New Sliding Doors for Pilothouse
Cabin Berth Dimensions:
  • Master Stateroom Berth: 6'8" x 5' tapering to 3'10"
  • General Stateroom Area Headroom: 6'3"
  • Port Forward Stateroom Berth: 6' x 34"
  • Starboard Forward Stateroom Berth: 6'2" x 52"
  • Port Aft Stateroom Berth: 6'6" x 34" 
Head System:
  • (2) Tecma Electric Fresh Water Flush Heads
  • Holding Tank w/ Deck Pump out plate and Electric Pump
Thru-Hull Fittings:
  • Bronze below waterline
  • Bronze and Plastic above waterline
  • Valves: Quarter turn and gate valve
Anchoring Equipment:
  • Horizontal Twin Gypsy 115V AC Electric Anchor Windlass
  • Manson New Zealand 100lb anchor with 300' of 1/2" galvanized chain
  • CQR 100lb Secondary Anchor
  • Double Stainless Steel Bronze Anchor Rollers on Stemhead
  • Salt Water Wash Down Pump
Tender:
  • 12' Achilles Model HB350LZ
  • 8HP Yamaha 4-Stroke Outboard
  • Simpson Manual Dinghy Davit System at Stern
Safety:
  • Avon 8-Man Liferaft
  • Radar Reflector
  • Fire Extinguishers: (3) B1 Size Dry Chemical, (3) B1 Size Halon
  • Automatic Fire Extinguisher: Halon 1301 Thermal Release in Engine Compartment
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.

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