Ballast: 5,700 lead
Vetus 3 cylinder diesel
engine number: 109992
Engine Model: M3.09
Engine hours: 1,500
Hours Overhaul: 300
Overhaul Data: 2020
Max prop 2 bladeElectronics
B&G Instruments cockpit display.
Can interface with lap top (Lap Top shown in photo is not included)
B&G chart display at Nav station
Raymarine ST 400 auto pilotSails & rigging
Hall double spreader rig
Navtec rod rigging
Hydraulic backstay and outhaul
Hall quick vang
Rig Pro Quick Trip spinnaker pole 2020
Cus out board heavy weather jib track
Cus genoa block system
adjustable genoa cars
2 speed main sheet system
CHARIAD comes with a complete set of North racing sails
CODE IS AIRX500 0.5 2011
CODE 2S 0.6 2012
CODE as 0.75 1999
CODE 2S AIRX600 0.6 2018
CODE IS AIRX500 0.5 2019
CODE IS 0.5 2002
MAIN SAIL 3DL 4 Futi Battens 2012
Main 3DL Carbon 2005
LIGHT/MEDIIUM #1 3DL 155% 2016
HEAVY #1 3DL 152% 2014
HEAVY #1 3DL 152% 2009
HEAVY #1 Kevlar 150% 2002
Carbon Blade 2008
STORM #4 Dacron
CHARIAD's regularly used sail inventory includes a L/M #1 and Heavy #1 and Code IS and Code 2S spinnakers. The boat has race quality sails for each category and for most a backup 'practice/cruising" sail. The practice sails are in good condition but retired from the racing inventory. No poor-quality sails are included. CHARIAD has a full North Sails racing inventory.
The one important impression that does not come from the list of sails is the quality of the main. It is the oldest actively used sail on the boat, but it is in excellent condition with four full length battens. The main has not been updated because it remains a competitive sail in great condition.
The Code 4S spinnaker is seldom used and is in good condition. The #3 Jib is also seldom used and is in excellent condition.
All sail purchases were made off season so a "2018 spinnaker" is first used in 2019. The 2018 and 2019 spinnakers have had little use because of the COVID limitations on racing. The practice sails have been used for most of racing in 2020 and 2021.
CHARIAD only races on weekend regatta's and does not do the midweek racing. Her sail inventory has had less use that most Marblehead boats
Enclosed head with macerator and holding tank
Port & starboard settee berths
starboard side converts to double
center line teak table
Teak & hoily cabin sole
Full navigation station comments
Farr Dickerson 37
Excellent PHRF boat
long list of PHRF victories
Keel and rudder faired
Balti Plate wet sanded bottom
Edson wheel steering
A Unique Boat - A Unique Opportunity
CHARIAD is Hull #1 of Bruce Farr's Farr 37 series designed to be highly competitive in light to moderate conditions such as those in Mass Bay, Long Island, and the Chesapeake Bay
The boat's first owner was Bert Jabin owner of Jabin's Yacht Yard the largest marina in Annapolis, MD.
CHARIAD has been raced and cruised from Marblehead, MA. CHARIAD has won the Ted Hood Regatta, the Beringer bowl, and numerous other competitions. She was the top scoring Boston Yacht Club boat in Marblehead to Halifax race. CHARIAD won the Mass Bay Season Championship for 2021
The Farr 37 is a balanced combination of on-board cruising and racing performance. The boat has been modified to enhance its cruising comforts. The Edson steering wheel making cruising easy and the Raymarine auto pilot makes long distance cruising easy. The galley includes a 2-burner stove, fresh water and salt water to the sink. The head has a holding tank and macerator pump for discharge.
CHARIAD has its own web site www.Chariad.com
CHARIAD has been featured on the websites and brochures of US Sailing, Mass Bay Sailing, and Buzzards Bay regatta.
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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