40′ Newport 40

Price:
$55,500.00
Year:
1963
Length:
46'
Engine/Fuel Type:
Inboard, Diesel
Location:
Georgetown, Sassafras River, MD
Hull Material:
Fiberglass

Beautiful Classic Pilothouse Ketch – Traditional Lines and Comfortable Accommodations

The Newporter 40 was designed by Ack Ackerman and her graceful lines, sailing performance and comfortable accommodations quickly won the hearts of cruisers and offshore adventurers.

The Newporter 40 was the chosen playground for movie stars and yacht club Commodore’s.

Enclosed Pilothouse, wide decks, generous accommodations for 6, and a well balanced ketch rig make her a perfect for island cruising and living aboard.

High Barbaree has seen a complete keel up restoration and “re-glassing”. All new Systems, new spars and rigging, new hoses, wiring, engine, galley, etc.  Complete re-glass topsides and hull – See the Restoration section in our full specs for more details!

This is a wonderful opportunity to own and cruise a piece of sailing history.


FEATURES INCLUDE
  • Complete Keel Up Restoration 2000-2005 - Full details available
  • Ketch Rig w/ Staysail
  • Pilothouse w/ Helm Station
  • Yanmar Diesel
  • Complete Cruising Galley
Boat Name
  • High Barbaree
Specs
  • Keel: Full
Dimensions
  • LOA: 46 ft 0 in
  • Beam: 13 ft 0 in
  • LWL: 32 ft 6 in
  • Length on Deck: 40 ft 0 in
  • Minimum Draft: 5 ft 0 in
  • Displacement: 26000 lbs
  • Ballast: 7200 lbs
Engines
  • Total Power: 75 HP
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Year Built: 2005
  • Engine Model: 4JH3-TE
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 41
  • Propeller: 3 blade propeller
  • Drive Type: Direct Drive
Tanks
  • Fresh Water Tanks: (230 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: (130 Gallons)
Accommodations
  • Number of single berths: 2
  • Number of double berths: 2
  • Number of cabins: 1
  • Number of heads: 1
Outside Equipment/Extras
  • Manual windlass
Accommodations

This classic pilothouse ketch with clipper bow and 6' bowsprit would make an excellent choice for comfortable cruising or for a very comfortable liveaboard. She is very solidly built of fiberglass over plywood and has a very roomy interior with plentiful storage. Windows surround the pilothouse which contains the galley and dining area, making them bright with natural light and very well ventilated. The cutter-rigged ketch sail plan is very stable underway and combined with a well-ballasted full keel, provides a very sea-kindly ride.

Enjoy taking the helm in the spacious cockpit or at the well protected inside steering station. High Barbaree was design for cruising in all types of weather.

Pilothouse Features
  • Inside Steering Station
  • Dinette Table - Easily Converts to Double Berth
  • Full 360 degree views via tall forward, side and aft windows
  • Excellent Ventilation and Abundant Natural Light
Salon Features
  • Port and Starboard Bench Style Settees - Single Berths
  • Dickerson Solid Fuel Heater
  • Opening Ports and Hatches for Excellent Ventilation and Light
  • Generous Storage
Forward Cabin
  • Large Double V-Berth
  • Hanging Lockers
Marine Head
  • Manual Marine Head
  • Vanity
  • Shower
  • 6gal Holding Tank w/ ElectraSan
Galley
  • New -Gimbaled 3 Burner Propane Stove w/ Oven
  • New - Frigoboat 50k 12v Refrigeration - Top Loading
  • Molded Sink w/ Generous Counter Space
  • Hot and Cold Pressure Water
  • Sea Water Rinse Fawcett
  • 6 Gal Water Heater w/ Engine Heat Exchanger - NEW
  • 3 Water Tanks - 230gal Water
Engine and Electrical
  • Yanmar 75hp Turbo Diesel - only 40 hrs
  • Three blade Prop - 23X16
  • New Shaft, Coupling and Cutlass
  • Rockland Shaft Protection
  • Dual Racor Filters w/ Ball Valves and Vacuum gauge
  • 12v Blue Seas Breaker Panel - ABYC standards
  • 120v System w/ 30amp Shore Power - ABYC Standards
  • 50amp Galvanic Isolator
  • True Sinewave Inverter
  • Battery Monitor
  • 4 State Smart Charger
  • 12v Cabin Lighting Throughout
  • 120v Outlets
  • 12v Outlets
  • 12v Water Pressure Pump
Electronics
  • Garmin echoMAP 50dv  - w/ Plotter / Fishfinder with Preloaded Bluechart g2 Coastal US
  • Charts and Down View Sonar -New - 4/2016
  • Raymarine Depth Sounter w/ Bronze Transducer
  • Raymarine Radar
  • Raymarine Autopilot 3000
  • VHF
  • Compass
Sails and Rigging
  • New Aluminum Main and Mizzen Mast and Standing Rigging - 2005
  • New Quantum Main Sail - Never Used
  • New Quantum Furling Genoa - Never Used
  • New Quantum Mizzen - Never Used
  • Mule
  • Staysail
  • Refurbished Wood Booms - Completely Redone 2005
Deck Features
  • Full Pilothouse w/ 360 degree  view - center windshield Hatch Opens, Side and aft Windows
  • Open
  • Large Cockpit w/ Wheel Steering
  • High Coamings
  • Raised Bulwark w/ Line Hawse
  • Stainless Steel Stern and Bow Rails w/ Tall Lifeline Stanchions
  • Raised Coach Roof w/ 2 Sets of Teak Rails on each side
  • Manual Windlass
  • 6' Bow Pulpit
  • Anchor Rollers
  • Anchor Chain and Rode Storage
  • 10 opening Ports
  • 2 Opening Hatches
Safety Gear
  • 35lb CQR Anchor w/ Chain and Rode
  • 44lb Bruce Anchor w/ Chain and Rode - NEW
  • 2 12v Bilge Pumps
  • Whale Manual Bilge Pump
  • All Bronze Thru Hulls w/ Appolo Ball Valve Shut Offs
  • Electronic LP Sniffer w/ Alarm / Self Draining Propane Locker w. Aluminum Propane Tank
  • 4 Fire Extinguishers
  • Horn, Bell, Flares
  • 6 Adult PFD's
  • 2 First Aid Kits
Restoration

High Barbaree underwent a full keel up restoration from 2000 to 2005. She was completely taken down to the bare wood, removing all the old polyester resin and cloth matting. Any and all deteriorated wood was removed and replaced. The strong White Oak framing was in excellent condition. Marine surveyors and designers were consulted at each stage and full inspection was completed prior to 're-glassing'.  The experts at West Systems were consulted and the restoration was under way in 2000.  As advised by West System, the entire boat was hand rolled 4 individual times with West Epoxy. Glassing began using 12oz cloth engineered specifically for epoxy. Three layers were applied  from the Bulwark to Keel  - completely encapsulating the entire keel. Two extra layers were added at the chine down and 2 more layers were added to the bow, leading aft to the stern section for extra impact protection. All layers were overlapped 9 inches. The entire deck and topsides were covered with one layer with extra attention paid to higher stress areas such as windlass attachment and walking surfaces. The bottom was completely faire with epoxy and the entire boat was painted with 3 coats of Awlgrip.

She underwent complete refit below as well - all wiring, plumbing, hoses, engine bed and mounts, engine, galley etc - all new and installed between 2000 and 2005.

Full records and photos are available.

Disclaimer
Great Blue Yachts 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.