Sailing Vessel Ingrid Princess

2005 - 2011

Blue Water Boats Ingrid 38 Ketch

Specifications, Equipment and Information

Identification

USCG Doc. No.: 619435 Call Sign: WQZ7765 MMSI No.: 367017610
 

Builder/Designer

Builder: Blue Water Boats Designer: Archer/Atkin Year: Hull: 1977
Hull ID: BLW000660177 Hull Material: Fiberglass Launched: 1978
 
Dimensions
Length OverAll: 48' Length On Deck: 37'8" Length Water Line: 32'
Beam: 11'4" Draft: 5'8" Bridge Clearance: 55'
Displacement: 30,000 lbs Ballast: 10,000 lbs Hull Speed: 7.2 kts
Sail Area: 887 sqft (I=49.25, J=15.8, P=43.75, E=13.75, Py=28.0, Ey=10.3)
 
Calculated Values from Carl's SailCalculatorPro
Capsize Ratio: 1.46 LWL/Beam: 2.82 Displacement/LWL: 409
Motion Comfort: 53.82 Pounds/Inch: 1,295 Sail Area/Displacement: 14.7
 
Engine
Builder: BMW Horsepower: 45 Model: D50-2
 
Tankage
Fuel: 85 Gal. Water: 50 Gal. Holding: 20 Gal.



Deck
 

Port Quarter
 

Nav-Galley-Saloon
 

Galley
 

Engine bay
 

Deck Light
 

Forward Cabin
 

Head
 

Dodger

Accommodations

Furthest forward is a large V-berth with generous stowage below and shelves above. Of course there is an oversized chain locker forward with a second area (for proper weight distribution) below the floorboards, just forward of the main salon area. Aft of the V-berth to starboard is a full head, featuring beautifully finished cabinetry, and to port is a large locker. The main salon has full-length settees to port and starboard and is heated by a solid fuel heater. Above each of the settees is a pilot berth. All four berths are equipped with lee cloths and have large storage areas below. Next aft, at the base of the companionway are the navigation station to port and a large wrap-around galley to starboard. The galley features a 2-burner LPG stove/oven (w/ electric bypass switch), a double basin stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water (as well as manual fresh and salt water), and a deep spacious refrigerator/ice-box. Behind the navigation station is a large storage area that could be easily converted into a large quarter berth. Just behind the companionway ladder is the engine room, which has room enough for access to all points on the engine. The interior also features two large opening hatches, two Dorad vents, eleven bronze opening port lights and eleven deck prisms providing exceptional light and ventilation.

Electrical
  • 3 180 amp Prevailer GEL cell batteries
  • 105 amp alternator
  • Quad-Cycle battery monitor/regulator
  • Stand-by battery regulator
  • Amp hour meter
  • Heart Interface Freedom 10 inverter/battery charger
  • 2 Siemens solar panels, model M75, 48 watt
  • TRACE Engineering C30A solar controller
  • 50' shore power cord
  • Adapters for shore power cord
  • 3 Alpenglow lights, night vision
  • 12 incandescent lights, some with night vision
  • Circuit breakers, 12 volt and 110 volt
Engine
  • BMW D50-2 three cylinder 45 hp marine diesel engine
  • 4 RACOR diesel filters, model 500 FG
    • 1 double bank with valved interchange
    • 1 final
    • 1 on fuel lift pump
  • RACOR vacuum gauge
  • Hurth/ZF reverse/reduction gear
  • PSS dripless shaft seal
  • Globe Drivesaver
Galley
  • Sea Ward propane 2 burner stove w/oven
  • Marine Energy Systems Inc. propane bottle locker
  • Marinetics Corp. LPG control solenoid
  • Adler Barbour DCM-12 Cold Machine refrigeration
  • Double stainless sink
  • Hot and cold pressure fresh water
  • Sea water foot pump, back-up fresh water hand pump
  • Magma Marine Barbecue
  • 2 11lb LPG tanks
Heaters
  • FATSCO Tiny Tot stove/heater
  • Red Dot cabin heater
Navigational Equipment
  • Furuno Model 1730 radar
  • Micrologic Mariner GPS
  • Icom IC-M802 HF Transceiver
  • SCS Pactor IIex HF Modem
  • Uniden Oceanus VHF radio
  • Nasa Marine AIS radar
  • Ritchie lighted compass
  • Morrow S-60 Depth Sounder
  • Signet knot meter
  • Signet wind speed indicator
  • Chelsea Boston barometer
  • VDO Mariner Clock
Safety
  • ACR Satellite 2 406 MHz EPIRB
  • Viking RescYou 6 person life raft
  • 4 Survival exposure suits
  • Para-tech Delta drogue
  • Parachute sea anchor
  • Person overboard pole with ACR/566 stobe light and horseshoe life preserver
  • Lifesling person overboard retrieval system
  • Soderberg strobe light
  • Firdell Blipper radar reflector
  • 2 full deck length flat webbing jack lines
  • Gusher manual bilge pump, 50 gal/minute
  • West Marine automatic bilge pump
  • Spare Gussler emergency bilge pump
  • 2 handheld ABC Dry Powder fire extinguishers
  • 1 fixed 5# Halon engine room fire extinguisher
  • Numerous Flares & Life Jackets
Fresh Water System
  • SHURflo Automatic water pump
  • Amtrol Inc. pressure control system
  • Raritan 6 gallon 110 volt/engine heat exchanger
  • PUR PowerSurvivor 35 Watermaker
  • Charcoal fresh water filter
Head
  • Wilcox Crittenden Skipper II toilet
  • 21 gallon holding tank
  • Hot and cold pressure fresh water

Deck

The Ingrids are based on the original design by William Atkin. She is 38' on deck, double ended in the style of the "Redningskoite". With the bow sprit and windvane she is almost 50' overall. Most of the Blue Water Ingrids were ketch rigged as is Ingrid Princess. The main mast is 50' in height and stepped on deck. The mizzen mast is 35' in height and also stepped on deck. Both masts, spreaders, booms and bow sprit are Sitka Spruce. The masts and main boom are box sections while the rest of the items are solid laminated members.

Sails
  • 110% roller furling jib, Halsey Lidgard, with Pro Furl roller
  • Staysail, Schattauer
  • Main, Rolly Tasker, 3 reefs
  • Mizzen, Schattauer, 1 reef
  • Yankee with hanks
  • Storm jib with hanks
  • Spare main, Schattauer
  • Spare furling jib, Schattauer
  • 2 Barient sheet winches, self tailing
  • 1 Lewmar main sheet, self tailing
  • 3 Barient halyard winches
  • 1 Anderson staysail halyard winch
  • 1 Anderson reefing winches for main
  • 2 Forespar whisker poles
Rigging
  • All standing rigging is stainless 1 x 19.
  • Hayn Marine Hi-MOD compression fittings
  • Hi-MOD insulated backstay
  • Life lines 36" and 18" off deck, two gates, stanchions are double walled.
Ground Tackle
  • 45 lb. CQR anchor with 300' 5/16" BBB chain
  • 44 lb. Bruce anchor with 50' chain and 275' nylon rode, 3/4" to 5/8"
  • 22 lb Danforth stern anchor with 50' 5/16" chain and 100' 1/2" nylon rode
  • Grapple dinghy anchor
  • Muir Cheetah anchor windlass
  • SHURflo Blaster wash down pump
Spars
  • Hollow Sitka spruce main mast, mizzen mast, and main boom.
  • Solid Sitka spruce staysail and mizzen booms.
  • Spreaders are solid Sitka spruce.
  • Spars are painted Bristol Beige with white trim.
Lights
  • Tricolor, CG approved running lights, spreader lights, masthead anchor light.
Self Steering
  • Monitor Windvane
  • 2 Tillermaster tiller pilots
Canvas
  • Artful Dodger custom made dodger
  • Sunbrella weather clothes and cockpit awning
  • Light weight cabin shade cover
  • Sunbrella cover for inflatable dinghy
Mooring Equipment
  • 2 - 50' 3/4" nylon 3 strand
  • 1 - 35' 3/4" nylon 3 strand
  • 2 - 35' 5/8" nylon 3 strand
  • 5 cylindrical fenders
  • 2 round fenders
Dinghies
  • Blue Water Boats Nordic IX sailing dinghy with sail, dagger board, rudder, oars
  • Avon 3.15 Roll-up inflatable dinghy with oars
  • Honda BF2 2HP outboard

Additional

Ingrid Princess is hull #66 from Blue Water Boats, Inc.. Many of the approximately 143 hulls that were built were kit boats fitted out by their owners. Not the Ingrid Princess. She was built for Mr. Jerry Husted who owned the company and later went on to start Nordic Tugs of Burlington WA. As she was, in effect, the company's showroom she was outfitted with all the available bells and whistles. Ingrid Princess is well known and well loved by both her current owners and the many who fell in love with her and subsequently went on to purchase their own.

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