1982 Bristol 45' (13.72 m) 45.5 Center Cockpit
Rockland, Maine, United States
Concetta aka Pelagic
Priced to sell this is an opportunity to get one of these iconic long-distance cruisers at a fantastic price.
Flag of Registry: United States
- Center Cockpit
- Fiberglass Hull
- HIN/IMO: BTY000190182
$ 99,500 USD
€ 91,766 Euros
$ 134,993 CAD
£ 80,826 GBP
"Outstanding! Within Bristol 45.5's long easy lines (with fine entry for good upwind performance) is packed a wealth of carefully planned and executed features. These features reflect the vast experience and attention to detail of both Ted Hood's design staff and Bristol Yachts' craftsmen..." ~ Bristol 45.5 brochure
Pelagic, while needing some work currently, has a number of nice upgrades and features including a new standing and running rigging in 2013 (including a new Selden mast with fully battened mainsail dropping into lazy jacks), new Beta engine in 2018 and no teak decks. Priced to sell this is an opportunity to get one of these iconic long-distance cruisers at a fantastic price.
Official Number: 648667
LOA: 45' 3'' (13.79 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
LWL: 37' 3''
Draft Max: 11'
Draft Min: 4' 11''
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 150 Gallons (567.81 Liters)
Fresh Water: 150 Gallons (567.81 Liters)
Displacement: 34660 lbs
Ballast Weight: 15000 lbs
- Engine Make: Beta
- Engine Model: 60
- Engine Year: 2018
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Direct
- Power HP: 60.00
- Power KW: 44.74
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 300.00
- Engine Location: Middle
Pelagic was constructed with hand layup process with alternating layers of fiberglass mat and woven roving for her hull. The ballast is lead, internally cast. The centerboard is molded fiberglass and not integral to the ships ballast. The centerboard too is secured by a bronze pin through a fiberglass pipe. The centerboard is deployed/retrieved with a stainless-steel twisted wire that is controlled with a Merriman deck-mounted winch on the coach-roof. The rudder is of molded fiberglass construction molded around a bronze stock with welded plates bearing on the hull, the top of the stock itself and an ample skeg that provides protection for the rudder and the propeller.
Pelagic also features:
- Awlgripped blue topsides
- Awlgripped double white boot stripe
- Gold cove stripe
- Stainless rub-rail below toe-rail
- Folding stainless steel swim/boarding ladder with teak treads on transom
- Blue ablative bottom paint
- 3-Blade feathering MaxProp bronze prop with cone zinc
Pelagic's two-tone decks are clean and open allowing movement around the boat to be easy and safe. Starting from the bow and moving aft the deck hardware includes:
- Stainless steel bow pulpit
- Stainless steel stem fitting with double anchor roller and port and starboard bow chocks
- Bright teak high toe-rail
- Bow cleats port and starboard
- Teak deck striker plate
- Pressurized salt-water deck wash down with stainless steel guard
- Spare anchor chain hawse pipe
- Lewmar electric windlass
- Stainless steel stanchions with upper/lower coated twisted stainless-steel lifelines
- Twin midships cleats port and starboard
- Mid-ships chocks port and starboard
- Inboard sail sheet track port and starboard
- Forward and aft outboard sail sheet tracks mounted on toe-rails port and starboard
- Mid-ships lifeline gates port and starboard
- Fresh water and diesel in fills
- (8) Stainless steel opening port-lights port and starboard
- Bright teak brow port and starboard coach-roof sides
- Bright teak handrails port and starboard
- (3) Aluminum framed opening deck hatches
- Bright teak dorade boxes with chrome cowls port and starboard
- Stainless steel line guards over dorade boxes/cowls port and starboard
- Centerboard pennant winch
- Chrome trumpet for horn
- Molded integral cockpit coaming with bright teak cap-rail
- Stainless steel dodger frame with dodger
- Stainless steel cockpit bimini frame with bimini
- Cockpit storage cubbies port and starboard
- Winches on coaming and coach-roof (see Rigging)
- Suite of electronics above companionway and on binnacle (see Electronics)
- Edson binnacle with built-in compass
- Stainless steel handrail on binnacle
- Teak helm
- Fiberglass electronics pod on binnacle
- Throttle control
- Raw teak cock pit grate sole
- Aluminum opening deck hatch
- (2) Fiberglass aft deck hatches access aft lazarettes
- Main sheet traveler aft of cockpit coaming
- Bright teak dorade boxes with chrome cowls port and starboard
- Stainless steel push pit
- Stern cleats port and starboard
- Stainless steel chocks port and starboard
- Emergency tiller through-deck fitting
Sails and Rigging
Pelagic is equipped with staysail, running backstays which are set when using a staysail or storm jib in higher winds.
- Selden Aluminum mast, keel stepped ~ 2013
- Harken Batt-car system ~ 2013
- Selden Aluminum boom ~ 2013
- Selden roller furling headsail unit ~ 2013
- Selden roller furling on staysail unit ~ 2013
- Stainless steel wire rigging ~ 2013
- Internal halyards
- Harken double block mainsail traveler
- Whisker pole mounted on mast track
- Boom vang
- Deck and toe rail genoa tracks
- Barient primary two speed electric winches port and starboard
- Barient 32 self-tailing two speed secondary winches port and starboard
- Barient 28 self-tailing two speed main traveler winch to port
- Barient 28 self-tailing two speed winch on aft port coachroof
- Lewmar 46 self-tailing two speed winch on aft starboard coachroof
- North Sails fully battened mainsail ~ 6 years old
- North Sails 150% genoa ~ 6 years old
- (2) Spinnaker
- Beta Marine diesel engine replaced in 2018 with an estimated 300 current hours
- ZF25M 2.27:1 transmission
- High rise exhaust
- Morse single lever controls
- MaxProp 3 blade 19" propeller installed
- Stainless steel prop shaft
- PYI dripless stuffing box ~ 2018
- Racor fuel filter
- Fuel manifold
- In-line fuel pump
- Air Conditioning: Marine Air (1) 16,000BTU and (1) 9,000BTU
- Bilge pumps: 1 electrical, 4 manual
- Bilge pump - 12 volt with float switch
- Bilge pump - diaphragm pump with float switch
- Fireboy Halon fire extinguishing system in engine room. Needs service
- Multiple manual fire extinguishers
- Carbon monoxide detectors
- Numerous spares
- Westerbeke 7.7 KW generator with 2808 hours
- 120 AMP alternator ~ 2018
- Cobra 1500 Watt inverter
- 12 volt DC and 110 volt AC electric systems, breaker panel with ampere and voltage gauges
- Pro Mariner - ProNautic smart battery charger
- (4) 6-Volt house batteries
- Engine starting battery 4D
- Generator starting battery
- House bank has E Meter monitors
- Emergency parallel switch to house bank and engine starting batteries
- Shore power connection with cord
- Navigation lights
- Masthead, anchor, strobe and tri-color light
- Steaming and deck lights
- 110 volt outlets throughout the vessel
- 12 volt outlets in the cockpit
- 12 volt cockpit table light for dining outside
- Red night lighting
- Foredeck lighting
- Interior dome lighting (clear and red)
- Garmin 4210 multifunction display with AIS
- Simrad autopilot with hydraulic/electric ram
- Ritchie compass
- B&G Hydra 2000 multi display
- B&G wind speed display
- B&G wind direction display
- B&G wind speed display
- B&G boat speed display
- Uniden VHF handheld radio
- Uniden VHF radio model UN525 with Hailer and distress button
- B&G Hydra 2000 Multi display
- Radar 24 mile
- Dual VHF stations with switchover antenna
Pelagic offers luxurious accommodations with richly varnished cherry woodwork that is in superb condition. The cabin sole is varnished teak with a contrasting light inlay. Multiple trunk cabin opening ports, deck hatches and dorades provide excellent light and ventilation. All the interior upholstery and soft goods were replaced in 2010.
The spacious interior includes a large master stateroom aft with queen berth, from port to starboard thwart-ship. The master head has a separate stall shower, vanity, mirror and storage space. There is a bureau with wide drawers, multiple hanging lockers and substantial storage under aft berths.
The port passageway leads to the sit down, aft facing, fully instrumented navigation center adjacent to the companionway steps. There is excellent engine access through wide doors in the walk-through passageway to the aft cabin. Opposite the navigation center is a U-shaped galley with extra counter space and a full complement of drawers and lockers and deep double stainless sink.
The mid-ship main salon offers a generous L-shaped settee to port and an oversized settee to starboard. A cherry double drop leaf table is mounted on centerline and has a storage compartment. There is storage behind both settee and chairs. Outboard on the starboard side is a double bookshelf. On the port side there is an additional cabinet and double bookshelf outboard. Between the port L-shaped salon settee and the navigation center is a deep freezer with countertop access. At the forward end of the starboard salon settee are an upper and lower locker with counter height shelf.
The guest cabin is forward with a generous V-berth with filler which converts to a seat. There are overhead shelf lockers and a bureau to port with drawers and hanging locker and a tall hanging locker to starboard.
The forward guest/day head has two entry doors, one directly from the guest cabin and one from the passageway forward of the salon.
- Bookcases throughout the main salon
- Clock and barometer (Weems and Plath)
- Pull out leaf for sleeping in the portside settee
- Air conditioning throughout the vessel
- Jensen AM/FM/CD system with iPod input
- Cockpit and interior speakers
- Custom starboard side main salon settee with removable table
- Additional storage under the starboard side settee
- Interior upholstery ~ 2010
- Red floor lighting
The U-shaped galley is to starboard aft of the salon adjacent to the companionway. A large top-loading refrigerator provides workspace when closed, and a separate stainless steel lined freezer compartment is found to port forward of the nav station. There is excellent counter space, and many lockers and drawers provide good storage for dry goods and galley ware.
- Double stainless-steel sinks with hot and cold pressure water
- Grunert holding plate electric refrigeration with separate freezer compartment, 110-volt system that operates with dockside power and generator
- Force 3 burner propane stove with oven
- (1) 10 lb. aluminum propane tanks
- Propane gas links and gauges
- Auxiliary salt and freshwater foot pumps
- Panasonic microwave oven
- Fluorescent lighting in galley
Tankage and Plumbing
Fresh Water System
- 150 gallons in 3 stainless steel tanks
- 10 Gallon hot water heater - engine and 110-volt
- 12-volt freshwater pressure pump
- Water distribution manifold
- 150 gallons in 4 stainless steel tanks
- Two with overboard discharge pumps
- Raritan manual head toilets
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For more information about this yacht please contact Scott Woodruff, CPYB .
We look forward to working with you!
East Coast Yacht Sales
44 Bayview Street
Camden ME 04843 USA
Since 1986 we have opened five more offices over the past 32 years in Camden and Belfast, Maine, Salem, Massachusetts, Newport, Rhode Island and Mystic, Connecticut attracting twelve of the best brokers on the east coast. We are not just another boat brokerage hanging out a shingle, we invest in what we believe in: the product. We inventory Sirena Yachts, Axopar and J/Boats. We service our boats and customers unlike many brokers in the business. We take trades and we are fair to our customers. We understand the value of our customers over the long run.
Scott Woodruff, CPYB
Yacht Broker, CPYB
44 Bay View Street
Camden ME 04843 United States
Scott makes his passion his career. Growing up in a sailing family, Scott was on yachts from an early age cruising Block Island Sound as well as the Maine Coast. Upon entering college, he started racing and was introduced to dinghy sailing where he honed his skills. After college Scott joined the Living Classroom Foundation in Baltimore originally as a volunteer and then as an employee where he taught sailing to inner city youth, assisted with their boat building program and met his wife of 22 years, Alex.
Returning to Maine in 1998, Scott started his professional career in the yachting industry by taking a job with Sun Yachts in Camden, Maine as a Sales Agent. From Camden, Maine Scott worked his way up through the ranks as he moved to Portland, Maine as the Crewed Yacht Supervisor for Stardust. Then on to Tortola in the British Virgin Islands for 7 Years as the Caribbean Yacht Sales Manager for Sunsail. He then moved to Ft Lauderdale, Florida to take on the position of Global Sales Manager for Leopard Catamarans for 7 years. In 2014 Scott returned home again with his family and joined East Coast Yacht Sales taking over the Camden Office and then opening a second office in Belfast, ME.
Scott knows the yachting industry. Having represented and worked with many of the industry leading manufacturers, traveling globally to work with factories on build projects, and working with many of the industry’s leading designers, Scott is well positioned to help buyers and sellers navigate the buying/selling process.