1973 Mark II Yawl, Hull # 107
Lying in Cape Marina, Port Canaveral, FL.

All the gel coat professionally removed below the water line. Then 3 layers of biaxial cloth added using vinylester resin followed by 4 coats of epoxy sealer. The rudder has new pintles and gudgeons and 15 layers of 10 oz. Cloth set in epoxy with 4 coats of epoxy sealer.

The main mast was removed and the following work was professionally done to it. All new 5/16" – 316 S.S. rigging with Stay Locks, 8 new ½" open body bronze turnbuckles, 7 new S.S. chain plates, tricolor, and VHF radio antenna, coaxial cable and all new electric wires in PVC tubing. New 7/16" running rigging, Strong track and slide system for the main, adjustable inner headstay for staysail, new Harkin 1.5 Roller furling, 2 #17 self tailing winches for halyards.

The deck starting foreward has a Simpson Lawrence 555 with 250’ of new 3/8" galvanized chain and a 35 lb. Delta anchor, secured with a S.S. turnbuckle. Anchor and chain have never been used. The decks and cabin top have been professionally resurfaced with sand and epoxy. All life lines stanchions, pulpits and deck fittings have been removed, cleaned, re-bedded and re-bolted with new S.S. bolts. All new upper and lower life lines installed using 3/16" – 316 S.S. cable with 5/15" bronze turnbuckles. On the cabin top there’s a new (never in the water) 8’ fiberglass dinghy secured in custom aluminum chocks. The main sheet has a new self tailing #46 Anderson winch. There are two self tailing #42 Lewmar winches for the genoa/jib. The cockpit has a permanently mounted Gusher #35 with a Y valve for ocean or bilge. The cockpit lockers have spare new sails including a staysail, storm sail, older genoa, life jackets, 2000’ miscellaneous 5/8" and ¾" Dacron line, 35# CQR, 15# Danforth, folding S.S. anchor and Fortress #FX-85 anchor. The aft locker (lazarette) has been converted to hold two 20# horizontal aluminum LP gas cylinders. Above the lazarette is mounted a 12V solar panel charger. Aft is a rebuilt Aries steering gear in perfect condition.

The interior has been completely refinished to the highest professional standards. The following are all new in the interior: All thru-hull bronze valves; wiring; batteries; battery switches; plumbing including galley pumps (fresh-foot; salt-Gusher #10); two new under saloon floor water tanks; new large chart table; VHF; short wave receiver; inverter; tape, AM-FM receiver; wall mounted Garmin #128 GPS; clock; barometer; and $1000 worth of Caribbean and Pacific charts. New forward V-berth mattress. The 4-107 diesel is in great shape.

Please contact:


Jon Stegenga

800 Scallop Dr.

Port Canaveral, FL 32920

Cell: (321) 501-3950

(Owner living aboard)