Bluewater is a proven, strong and capable 36’ voyaging steel cutter designed by John Hutton and Bernard Moitessier, professionally built in Hawaii by Tern Marine in 1985. Her hull is designed with a raked stem, modified 3/4 keel, large barn door rudder with built-in self-steering trim tab and a semi-hard chine. The interior is smartly and functionally designed, finished with Koa wood, Corian countertops and newly recovered cushions.
The layout below decks consists of a chain locker forward, followed by a generous vee-berth and ample storage in six lockers, and storage below. The port-side of the main salon consists of a dinette/settee. Then the galley with a deep sink, fresh and saltwater, foot-pump operated taps, deep cool box and storage, then a gimbaled three-burner stove and oven. Aft of the stove is more storage and the quarter berth and access to storage below the cockpit and lazarette.
On the starboard side of the main salon there is a full-length berth/settee and upper full-length berth and two bookshelves. Farther aft is the Dickinson Lofoten diesel heater and enclosed head.
The main engine and battery bank are positioned on the centerline under the companionway steps that lead to the cockpit.
Above decks Bluewater is all business–secure cockpit and tiller steering, weather cloths, full dodger and awning with side curtains. The articulated cabin top and decks are surrounded by welded steel stanchions and stainless cable and welded steel rails on the cabin top.
She is the sister of Tamata. Where Tamata had a bowsprit, Bluewater had her lines carried forward to give her more waterline and more internal volume which translates into more reserve buoyancy, deck space and carrying capacity.
Bluewater is cutter rigged, and flush decked forward of the mast. She has a LOA of 36 feet and a beam of 12.5 feet. She drafts just over 6 feet. Constructed out of 3/16 steel. She carries 100 gallons of diesel fuel and 110 gallons of fresh water in tanks built into her keel.
Bluewater‘s pedigree precedes her. The first owner was a close friend of Bernard Montessier and their ideas of simplicity, durability and ease of use are evident throughout the boat. It will be clear from the first inspection that she is built to cross oceans in comfort and style.
Bluewater, a 36-foot steel cutter designed by John Hutton and perfected by Bernard Moitessier.
Built in Hawaii in 1985–ready to take you on adventures you can barely imagine.
Currently located in Port Townsend, Washington.
Offered at $US60,000.
She is ready to go. Go now.
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