Information about Mary Loring
Warner, 39’10” double headsail cutter, built by Paul Luke in 1947 in East Booth Bay, Maine, designed by Winthrop
Warner for his own personnel use in 1941. ( See write up in WoodenBoat Magazine, issue, 75 page 34).
Loring is in very good condition with
all new working sails 2011, and all new standing rigging in 2012. Well maintained by the same owner
since 1997. She has participated in most Classic Wood Boat races in Western Long Island Sound during his
ownership. Mary Loring is great to go safely cruising in all kinds of weather, a yacht to be proud to own
and sail. The coal/wood stove in the cabin enables one to cruise comfortable thru October, November and
December when it’s cold outside.
Selling price: $44,500.00
Call # 201-768-9450 or Cell # 551-404-2010
Inventory in cabin:
135 lb. Storm Anchor,
35 lb, or 45 lb Hi Tensile Dan forth anchor
docking lines, life jackets, pick up telescoping stick,2 interior
Kerosean running lights, one kerosene stern light, 1 electric steaming light.
portable port and starboard electric running lights, Shipmate
kerosene stove, 5 mattress and covers. Portopoty ,
through hull Head by Wilcox Crittiden, 2 Lovett Pumps with 2 independent 12 V Battery systems, Compass.
One metal ladder to board from the water, (brackets attached to
deck at toe rail)
8 ft. Dyer
Sailing Dingy with appropriate gear.
full bug screens for all ports and hatches.
Volvo 1979 MD 11 C, raw water cooled engine.
Doyle Sails new in 2011 sailing season. 393
sq ft Main, 203 sq ft Yankee Jib,
132 sq ft staysail, 100 sq ft storm sail
Old sails consist of, main 350
sq ft, staysail 100 sq ft, yankee 200 sq ft, genoa 525 sq ft and spinnaker, sq ft not known.
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