2001 Wesmac Lee Wilbur 50

  • 50 ft
  • Flybridge
  • Newport, RI, US

Yacht price :

$1,200,000

Overview

Stormalong II is a beautiful 2001 Wesmac hull with the interior built and fitted out by Lee S. Wilbur and Company. She represents an extremely unique opportunity to own a one-of-a-kind Wesmac. 

Specifications

Basic Information

Manufacturer:
Wesmac
Model:
Lee Wilbur 50
Year:
2001
Year Refit:
0
Category:
Power
Condition:
Used
Location:
Newport, RI, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
Yes
Vessel Name:
Stormalong II
Boat Type:
Flybridge
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Hull Type:
Hull Color:
HIN:
Designer:
Flag of Registry:

Dimensions & Weight

Length:
50 ft - 15.24 meter
LOA:
50 ft - 15.24 meter
Beam:
17 ft 6 in - 5.33 meter
Draft - max:
5 ft - 1.52 meter
Bridge Clearance:
-
Dry Weight:
-

Engine

Make:
Model:
Engine(s):
2
Hours:
3918
Cruise Speed:
26 MPH
Range:
-
Joystick Control:
No
Engine Type:
Inboard
Drive Type:
Fuel Type:
Diesel
Horsepower:
900 (Individual), 1800 (combined)
Max Speed:
35 MPH

Accommodations

Total Cabins:
-
Total Berths:
1
Total Sleeps:
-
Total Heads:
1
Captains Cabin:
No
Crew Cabins:
-
Crew Berths:
-
Crew Sleeps:
-
Crew Heads:
-

Gallery

Descriptions

USCG Official Number

1114020

 



Structure and Components

Hull Interior- Cored FRP (fiberglass reinforced plastic)

Stringers- FRP over foam and hollow FRP

Bulkheads- The bulkheads are plywood, bonded to the hull and deck with fiberglass tabbing

Hull/Deck Joint- Shoe box type joint, secured with adhesive, fully glassed over on the interior, and covered with the rub rail

Hull Topsides- Material- Cored FRP, with a painted finish

Rub Rail- Teak, with a stainless steel rubbing edge

Through Hulls- Bronze

Spray Rail- Forward mounted

Transom- Cored FRP with a varnished teak exterior 

Bottom- Cored FRP, with antifouling paint applied



Propellors, Shafts and Bow Thruster

Propellors-  Twin (4) fixed blades, Nibral, 31 X 34

Bow Thruster- Twin (4) bladed bronze props

Spares- Spare set of propellors

Shafts- 2-3/4" stainless steel

Cutlass Bearing(s)- Water lubricated rubber bearings in bronze struts

Strut(s)- Bronze 

Rudder(s) and Skeg(s)- Bronze spade rudders

 



Trim Tabs

Bennett hydraulic trim tabs



Anodes

Anodes are installed on; the shafts, the trim tabs, the bow thruster, the swim platform, & the hull



Main Deck and Cabins

Deck- Cored FRP, with teak decking installed

Cabin Top- Cored FRP with a painted on non-skid finish

Cockpit- Teak decking 

Exterior Cushions- Stidd chairs and other cushions 

Hatches- FRP deck hatch with teak decking

Windows- Fixed, tempered glass

Windshield- Tempered glass

Port(s)/ Port(s) Light(s)- Hood stainless steel frame overhead hatches, stainless steel side ports

Dorade Vents- Two stainless steel dorade vents on the cabin top forward

Door(s)- Sliding wood and glass door into the main cabin

Anchor Platform- Fiberglass with an anchor roller

Bow Pulpit/ Rail- The bow pulpit and side rails are made of welded stainless steel

Toe Rail(s)- Varnished teak toe rail

Chocks and Cleats- Stainless steel cleats, & chocks

Escape Hatches- Forward overhead hatch and the door to the cockpit

 



Flybridge

Configuration- Open flybridge with three Stidd helm chairs, bench seating and equipment mast

Canvas- Canvas Bimini top on stainless steel frame

Equipment Mast- Painted aluminum mast for the radar dome, satellite antenna, and lights, that is able to be lowered hydraulically to reduce the air draft.

Windshield- A tinted wind deflector is installed

Side Rails- Stainless steel rail on the side and aft flybridge

Flybridge is accessed by a ladder from the cockpit



Engines and Transmissions

Twin MTU-DDC8V-2000- 900 HP each engine

141K top end rebuild in 2017

Port engine hours- 3918

Starboard engine hours- 4131

1,800 total HP @ 2300 RPM

Recent top end work including new heads

Electric fuel transfer pump

Dual Racor fuel filters with a vacuum gauge installed for each engine

DDEC single lever electronics throttle and shift controls

Fresh water cooling with sea water heat exchangers

Reverso oil change pump

Natural and blower ventilation

Shaft wipers 

PSS no-drip shaft seals 

Engine Gauges- Electronic gauges allow multiple readings to be displayed, monitoring most engine functions

Transmission(s)-

Twin Disc. MG 5096 A, 1.75:1

 

 



Exhuast

The engine exhausts exits the boat at the transom
Fiberglass and flexible marine exhaust hose
Fiberglass water lift mufflers



Steering System

(2) Steering stations

Hydraulic steering system by Hynautic

Actuator Cylinders- (2) hydraulic cylinders 



Electrical Systems/ Generator

24 volts & 12 volts

(8)  lead-acid 8D batteries, wired in series to produce 24 volts, in two separate banks.

(2) AGM group 31 batteries for the 12-volt equipment.

Acid-proof battery boxes

On/ off switch installed for each bank of batteries

All wires are properly fused or protected by circuit breakers

Distribution panel installed next to the lower helm

DC volt and amp meters

Charging System- engine alternators, Charles 24 volt 50 amp and 12 volt 30 amp chargers

AC Electrical System- 

(1) shore power inlets @ 100 amps

120/240 volts

(1) 100 amp shore power cord

Glendinning cable master 

Selector switch installed to select shore power/ generator

Main breaker is located at the shore power entrance

Generator-

Phasor 21 kW diesel generator

Hours- 2972

Type A1 fuel hose

Dual Racor fuel filters

21 kW, 120/240 volts, 60 Hz

Output breaker mounted within 10' of genset

Remote start panel located at electrical panel

The generator is installed in an insulated enclosure

Fresh water cooling with a sea water heat exchanger

The exhaust exits the boat at the transom

Inverter-

Magnum Energy MS Series Pure Sine Inverter/ Charger

24 volts

Battery shut off switch

120 volts

3000 watts



Bilge Pumps

Three centrifugal submersible pumps

Ultra float switches are installed

The starboard engine can be used as an emergency pump by opening the pick-up in the engine intakes and closing the through-hull valves.

There is also a large electric pump with pickups in each bilge compartment, and a manifold to select which area to pump

An alarm sounds when any electric bilge pump is running

One shower sump pump is installed.



Auxilary Equipment

There are two removable ladders

Swim Platform- Hydraulically operated FRP swim platform with chocks for carrying the tender

(2) 4" Ritchie compasses

ACR spotlight with remote control

Assorted nylon dock lines

Windshield wipers

Double drawer stainless steel cockpit refrigerator

U-Line ice maker

Wesmar 24 volt bow thruster



Electronics and Navigation Equipment

(3) Simrad NSOevo3 19" GPS/ Plotters

Simrad RI12 Radar with Halo pedestal and 3' Halo antenna

Simrad sonar hub

Simrad depth/ temperature

Simrad autopilot

Simrad Precision 9 compass

Simrad VHF with AIS

Navionics Platinum+ Charts

(3) LG, flat-panel TVs, and a large waterproof flat panel TV for the flybridge

Intellian i4 antenna 

There is a new Meridian audio system in the main cabin with multiple

speakers, and a 12 volt Blaupunkt stereo on the flybridge- 20K value



Interior Living Space

Traditional interior, with galley down, one cabin and one head, and flybridge

One double berth

Varnished Teak bulkheads, cabinets, and doors, exposed wood beam overhead

(2) Dometic A/C units less than 5 years old

(2) smoke alarms

Teak and holly cabin sole

Galley-

Gaggeneau two-burner electric cooktop, with a Gaggeneau electric oven

Under counter Sub-Zero refrigerator

Pressurized hot and cold water

Twin stainless steel sinks

The countertops are varnished teak

KitchenAid Convection microwave oven

One Galley Maid electric toilet

Stall shower 



Tankage

Fuel- (3) total tanks- aluminum

1000 gallons total, (2) 400-gallon tanks aft and (1) 200-gallon tank in the engine room

Type A1 fuel hose

Type A2 fuel hose

Manual valves on the tank at the pick-ups and returns

Fresh Water- 

(1) 400-gallon plastic tank with 24 volt pressure water pump

Holding (Black Water) Tank- 

(1) 140-gallon fiberglass, deck pump out or overboard with Y valve, 24 volt macerator pump

 



Dinghy/ Tender

2005 Nautica 14'8" Tender

90 HP Mercury Outboard

ICOM VHF on tender



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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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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/her agents, or his/her surveyors, to instigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.(8001587)
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