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2001 Diesel Duck McNalley Build

location icon Annapolis, Maryland
Year 2001
Length 48 ft
Builder/Manufacturer McNally Const


Year Built 2001
Category Power
Length Overall 48 ft
Beam 14'2 ft
Max Draft 5'6 ft
Cabins 2
Electrical System 110 V
Double Berths 2
Construction Steel
Hull ID HQZ002205I01
Min Draft 5'6 ft
Drive Type Direct
Engines 1
Total Engine Power 135 hp
Cruising Speed 7 kn
Maximum Speed 8.5 kn
Range 5,753.9 mi
Fuel Tanks 1
Fuel Tank Cap. 1,250 gal
Water Tanks 1
Water Tank Cap. 180 gal
Displacement 70,000 lb
Displacement Type Half Load
Windlass Hydraulic

Engine 1 Specifications

Make: Lugger
Model: 6 Cyl Dry Stack
Drive Type: Direct
Fuel: Diesel
Engine Power: 135hp
Type: Inboard
Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze
Year: 2000
Engine Hours: 5023
Engine Location: Center
Boat Details

Main Engine- Lugger Diesel, 6 cylinder naturally aspirated, non- electronic controls, 135hp, keel cooled, dry stack exhaust. Fuel consumption 1.5 gph at 1450 rpm( 6.5 knots)

Transmission -Twin disc 3:1 reduction, 2.5" dia. Aquamet 22 shaft, 30” x 23” three blade prop.

Get Home Engine- Yanmar Diesel , 2 cylinder, 16 hp, with sail drive and folding prop protected by a skeg.

Fuel Storage- 6 storage tanks and 2 day tanks, fuel polishing system for stored fuel and fuel is triple filtered before reaching engines. Total fuel storage capacity of 1250 U.S. gallons  ( range of 5000 NM at cruising speed). Storage tanks have top access clean out plates and provided with sight gauges.

Construction- Steel hull. Bottom of keel is 1.5" steel. Vertical sections of keel are 1/2" steel, Bottom  is 5/16" steel up to chine and sides and top are 1/4" steel. Pilot house is 3/8"  Aluminum. Windows are heavy duty tempered glass. 25 mm forward and 17 mm sides and rear. Portlights ( 21 total) are 1/2" glass with steel storm plates. There are 4 water tight steel bulkheads and a water tight entry door into the engine room. Intakes and exhausts for engine room combustion and cooling air are screened and insect screens are provided for adjustable pilot house windows and port lights.

Hydraulic System- Two variable displacement hydraulic pumps operate off the main engine to power 4 existing loads; The forward windlass is a 4000 lb Muir, the after windlass is a 2500 Lb. Muir windlass. 15 hp bow thruster.  Emergency Fire fighting and high capacity bilge pump.

Electrical-  Batteries are Lifeline AGM (House bank has 5 - 255 A-hr 12 Volt batteries and a 255 A-hr Start Battery. A battery bank combiner. A Pro Sine 3 kW inverter-charger,  10 solar panels and a wind generator are installed. Iisolation transformer, shore power cables and adapters included.

Electronics- Two radars, Two VHF radios, one High frequency single side band radio,Two depth finders, 2 GPS units, a Pactor II modem, Davis wind instrument, a 10 CD player, Four AM/FM/CD radios, a Satellite weather receiver, a sat phone and an EPRIB unit.   Navigation is Nobeltech with World map set ( 33,000 maps). A wireless AIS receiver and tuned antenna are installed. 

Steering- hydraulic steering with Comnav 1001 Autopilot. Manual steering available with emergency tiller.

Ground Tackle- 110 lb Delta main anchor with 375 ' of 1/2 " HT chain, 40lb Dansforth with 50' of 1/2" HT chain and 375 ' of Dacron rope rode,and a 60 lb Bruce stern anchor with 250' of rope rode.

Dingy-    A custom made 12.5' aluminum RIB with a 30 hp. Honda 4 stroke outboard carried on davits.

Staterooms and Heads- forward stateroom has bunk berths, after stateroom has queen berth.  Forward head has sink, after head has sink and shower. Heads are salt water type and have holding tanks with mascerator pumps and deck pump out fittings. Shower sumps with pumps are provided fore and aft. Combo Washer dryer in fwd stateroom.

Galley Equipment- Propane cooktop and oven, Propane oven new in 2015 (installed but not hooked up),arge built in refrigerator with holding plate and back up refrigerator plant,, large built in top loading freezer with holding plate, microwave oven, double Stainless steel sink, twin 20 lb propane tanks stored in outside lockers. An ice maker ( 120 V AC) is installed.
Fresh Water-        180 gallon SS storage tank. 80 gallon/ day 12V PUR water maker. Hot water heater can be heated from electric heater or from diesel furnace. A fresh water triple filter   with UV unit is provided for taking on fresh water. Fresh water supply is provided via an automatic pump to sinks and shower in heads and to the galley sink and 
 Ice maker.

Air Conditioner and Heating Plant - AC is an air cooled 120 V , 13,000 BTU/ hr unit on the top of the pilot house. Heating is provided by a diesel furnace with hydronic heating units,fans and Thermostats in staterooms,heads,Solon/galley and pilot house.

Stabilization System- Slow Dance is outfitted with passive stabilizers ( flopper stoppers) for Use underway and also has units for use at anchor.

Lighting- Interior lighting is provided by 50 - 12V fluorescent fixtures, a controllable search light Is mounted on the pilot house, LED  spreader lights, LED port and starboard running lights ,masthead and stern light and conventional anchor light.

Compressed Air-  A 3/4 hp oilless compressor, an air horn with auto control unit,hoses and air tools are provided.

Fire Protection- Three portable extinguishers, a 50 lb CO2 manually activated system for the engine room and 2 - 25 foot quick connect fire hoses are provided for connection to the  hydraulic  driven emergency bilge and fire fighting pump. A fire alarm system is provided for the engine room.
  Salt Water System- Salt water is provided via a strainer and distributed to 5 loads; the water maker the galley sink( electric pump) , a top side wash down pump and both heads.                  

Safety - 4 person  open ocean life raft, sea anchor, safety harness and adult and children life preservers
Canvas covers - covers for fore and aft decks are provided.

Spare Parts- An extensive list of spare parts is provided for engines, pumps,filters and electrical materials and tools.

Misc- A fish cleaning table, fish rod holders and fish pole storage racks are provided in the pilot house. Extra sleeping accommodations are available in the Solon, under the galley table which hinges
and in the pilot house(sea berth). A propane Bar-B-que is provided


Walk Through
Enter pilothouse through watertight, steel dutch doors at either side deck, down forward steps to salon, galley, engine room entry,and forward guest cabin. From pilothouse, down aft steps to master suite. Walk around side decks with full rails, access to pilothouse roof, crow's nest, stern boarding ladder from small boarding step. The interior is finished in cherry wood with cherry and holly flooring. Lots of overhead lighting, including red night lights. Convenience outlets for 12VDC use. Pilothouse has fully instrumented helm station, helm chair, bench seat with a small table, lockers including a safe, 5 forward windshields are 1" tempered glass 3 of which have washers and wipers, others are 3/4" and some are opening with screens. Salon features a settee to port, dinette to starboard, galley next forward to port, pantry to starboard. Guest stacked twin bunk room and head, Jensen stereo, and Bendix combo washer/dryer at the bow. Watertight hatch to anchor locker . Engine room access through watertight door in salon (5'10" engine room headroom). Master suite has centerline queen berth, many, many lockers and drawers, own stero system, stall shower and head. The cabinetry houses a metal enclosure for the Yanmar get home engine. The many deck hatches provide ready access to equipment. Safety hand rails are conveniently located throughout the boat.

Corian countertops, double stainless sink with fresh and sea water faucets, propane 3 burner stove, Propane oven new in 2015 (installed but not hooked up), 5 cubic foot refrigerator and separate 5 cubic foot freezer with Grunert water cooled refrigeration system with backup. Ice maker in the salon.

Detailed features of note
  • Deck and Hull
    Hull is constructed of steel with an aluminum wheelhouse. Keel bottom is 1.5", keel sides are 1/2", all other steel is 1/4", wheelhouse is 3/8" aluminum. Bow has stainless plate for protection from anchor . Fresh bottom paint 8/1/2015. Full keel with rudder shoe protects 30" X 21" Nibral prop. Sail drive leg and folding prop for the come-home is protected by a separate steel skeg. The 4 deck hatches are polycarbonate and welded in. The 21 portlights are 1/2" tempered with steel storm covers and are also welded in.

    Deck lockers fore and aft of wheelhouse. Two Muir windlass' are hydraulic, forward is Thor 4,000 # and aft is Jaguar 2,500#. Forward is a dual setup with main 110# Delta with 380' of 1/2" high test chain, second is Fortress with 50' of 1/2" chain and 400' of 3/4" Dacron.

    Rigging includes a mast and boom with a crow's nest and flopper stopper stabilizers with spare planes. Keel cooler is Schedule 40 split pipe welded to the keel. Solar powered vents on hatches.

  • water maker
  • 4 Automatic Rule Bilge Pumps
  • Fuel Transfer Pump
  • Cherry & Holly flooring throughout
  • Kenwood Stereo & CD player
  • Key Power Hydraulic Bow Thruster
  • Twin Screen Furuno TZ 2 touch 
  • Furuno 36 mile radar
  • Fuel Transfer Pump
  • Tankwatch System
  • Hurricane Diesel Hot Water Heating System
  • ProSine Inverter
  • Battery Monitor Sys
  • Huge Top Load Grunert freezer
  • Oversize Grunert refrigeration
  • 3 burner propane cooktop
  • Propane oven
  • Microwave Oven 
  • 3/8" Aluminum pilothouse construction
  • 1" thick safety glass windshields, 3/4" other safety glass

Master cabin island berth lifts via elect-hydraulic ram to gain access to the rudder post, Yanmar exhaust, misc as well as bulk storage of spares. The Yanmar get-home motor is located under the chest of drawers starboard side forward of master berth.

Air Draft with the mast up is 25 feet +/-

Mast Down: 15' 

Engine Room

At 1400 RPM the main delivers 6 knots at 1.5 GPH. The sail drive get-home will drive the boat at 3 MPH. The engine room is watertight while air is supplied via intake at the wheelhouse roofline. There is a substantial fire suppression system with standpipes on the side decks each side of the wheelhouse and a fire hose. There is a high capacity 1.5" fire/washdown/bilge pump system and hydraulic system that drives the 2 windlasses and the thruster. Engine room piping is all color coded. Fuel is filtered when transferred to the day tanks and twice more before each engine. Furnace hot water is plumbed through the radiators in each cabin space and the main engine. Extra heavy steering has it's own system.

  • Luger Main engine 5023 hours
  • 15HP Keypower hydraulic Bow Thruster
  • Hurricane hot water diesel furnace
  • Zone controls for furnace thru-out
  • 3:1 gear ratio
  • Guest spotlight
  • Dual Racor fuel filters
  • Dry exhaust stack
  • 80 GPD watermaker
  • Manual marine heads
  • Lifesling


Navigation and Electronics
  • Twin Furuno TZtouch 2 Multi Function Display. Plotter with AIS, 96 nautical mile Digital Radar, Depth Sounder
  • 36 Mile Furuno Radar (secondary)
  • Raytheon ST60 depth display
  • Raytheon ST60 vessel speed display
  • DIRIGO.gimbaled compass of Bellevue, Washington, commercial grade
  • ICOM IC-M710 MF/HF Marine Transeiver ( SSB radio)
  • ICOM IC-M605 vhf marine radio (primary)
  • ICOM IC-M604 vhf marine radio (secondary)
  • Garmin GPS 152 (backup)
  • Tastrum rudder indicator
  • Marinco remote spotlight
Mechanical and Electrical
  • Single Lugger Min Engine - dry stacked
  • Norther Lights 9 kW Generator - dry stacked with only 259 hours
  • Yanmar “get home” engine and sail drive wet exhaust
  • Racor fuel-water separators
  • Key Power ( of Vancouver, Canada) Bow Thruster
  • hydraulic steering
  • Morse cable engine controls
  • Fuel Transfer system
  • SPECTRA Watermaker
  •  Charles Iso-Boost 50
  • Hurricane diesel heat system
  • Fire Suppression system
  • Sea water Fire Fighting System 
Please read:
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.