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2001 Wesmac 50' 15.24 m Lee Wilbur 50

Stormalong II

Hobe Sound, Florida, United States

Stormalong II is a Wesmac 50 hull that was finished out by Wilbur Yachts under Lee Wilbur, Wilbur Yachts original owner. Built originally for MBNA to entertain discerning clients on, there were no corners cut in the build out of this amazing boat. With built in furniture in the cockpit, glued d

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Vessel ID# 2791926Last Updated: 09-20-2022 16:13:02

Description

 Stormalong II is a Wesmac 50 hull that was finished out by Wilbur Yachts under Lee Wilbur, Wilbur Yachts original owner. Built originally for MBNA to entertain discerning clients on, there were no corners cut in the build out of this amazing boat. With built in furniture in the cockpit, glued down teak decks, well maintained bright work, a luxurious and sophisticated pilot salon, cooks galley and much more, this boat is elegant and without equals. Make an appointment to come see this boat, you will not be disappointed. 


Specifications

HIN/IMO: WES50003K001

Official Number: 1114020

LOA: 50' (15.24 Meters)

Type: Power- Used

Year: 2001

Beam: 17' 6''

Draft Max: 5'

Cabins: 1

Heads: 1

Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank: 1000 Gallons (3785.41 Liters)

Fresh Water: 400 Gallons (1514.16 Liters)

Holding Tank: 140 Gallons (529.96 Liters)

Displacement: 60000

Designer: Wilbur Yachts

Builder: Wesmac

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Full Details

Construction

Stormalong II's bottom is cored fiberglass with black antifouling and bronze the-hull fittings. The transom and topsides are cored fiberglass featuring:

  • Dark blue Awlgrip topsides
  • Gold Cove stripe
  • White boot stripe
  • Varnished teak laminate on transom

   

Her spray rails are forward mounted, the rub-rails are teak with a stainless steel bullnose cap rail. The rub-rails cover the hull to deck joint, a shoe box type joint, secured with adhesive, fully glassed over on the interior, and covered with the rub rail

  

 The deck of Stormalong II are cored fiberglass with glued down teak decking. The cabin top is also cored fiberglass with a dark blue trim and painted on tan non-skid finish. The stringers and fiberglass over foam and the bulkheads are marine ply bonded to the hull and deck with fiberglass tabbing

Deck and Deck Equipment

Swim Platform

  • Hydraulically operated swim platform with chocks for carrying the tender
  • Teak swim platform
  • Varnished teak ladder to cockpit combing

     Cockpit

  • Lighting overhead under pilot salon roof extension
  • Stainless steel ladder with teak treads to fly bridge
  • Built-in varnished teak aft facing love seat with Ultra Suede upholstered cushions to starboard 
  • Built-in oversized varnished teak forward facing sofa with Ultra Suede upholstered cushions
  • Varnished teak bar below flybridge ladder
  • Stainless steel drawer fridge/freezer two drawer unit
  • Stainless steel Raritan ice maker
  • Varnished teak steps to weather decks port and starboard with courtesy lights on vertical faces
  • (2) Stidd chairs
  • Fiberglass deck hatch with teak decking 
  • Sliding wood and glass door into the main cabin
  • Shore power outlet under love seat with cable tender

     Deck

  • Varnished teak toe rail
  • Varnished teak handrails integrated into pilot salon roof outboard edges
  • Stainless steel bow pulpit and side rails
  • Aluminum bow sprit with an anchor roller
  • Stainless steel ships bell
  • Maxwell vertically mounted electric windlass with foot switches
  • Stainless steel cleats and chocks port and starboard; forward, (2) midships and aft

     Coachroof

  • Dark blue decks with tan nonskid  
  • (2) Stainless steel dorade cowls on varnished teak dorade vents
  • (3) Stainless steel forward facing deck hatches with tinted acrylic lenses
  • Varnished teak handrails port and starboard


Flybridge

  • Stainless steel tubular bimini frame
  • Dark blue Sunbrella bimini
  • Spray shied with stainless steel frame forward with wings port and starboard
  • Varnished teak cap rail around superstructure
  • Helm station with varnished teak trim and electronics box
  • Suite of electronics (see Electronics)
  • Storage below helm station port and starboard
  • Stainless steel destroyer type helm
  • (3) Stidd seats
  • L-shaped settee aft and to starboard with Ultra Suede upholstered cushions
  • Dark blue painted aluminum electronics mast that hydraulically lowers and raises
  • Varnished teak cradle for electronics mast on aft rail
  • Stainless steel tubular rails around aft and partial side bridge and hatch for companionway
  • Dark blue Sunbrella wind cloths port, aft (including around companionway hatch) and starboard on rails
  • Dark blue painted forward opening hatch over companionway
  • Dark blue decks with tan non-skid


Pilot Salon

 The luxurious, rich well-lit pilot salon features white bead board roof liner offset by varnished teak beams, overhead dome lighting, tempered glass windows and a varnished teak and holly sole. Also showcased in the pilot salon:

  • Dometic air-conditioning unit

     Starboard Lounge 

  • (2) Sconces
  • Flat screen TV
  • Speakers
  • (2) Custom varnished teak chairs with cream-colored cushions
  • Varnished teak side table 
  • Built in media/book rack

     Helm Station

  • (2) Stidd captain’s chairs with cream Ultra Leather upholstery and stainless steel footrests
  • Suite of electronics (see Electronics)

     Copilot Station

  • (2) Stidd captain’s chairs with cream Ultra Leather upholstery and stainless steel footrests
  • Top loading chart table
  • Red light over work surface
  • Storage below chart table
  • Built in media/book shelves behind Stidd seats

     Dinette

  • C-shaped settee with cream Ultra Leather upholstery
  • Varnished teak table
  • Flat screen TV
  • (2) Sconces


Lower Deck

   The rich, sophisticated varnished teak with teak and holly sole is carried down to the lower deck. With (6) stainless steel framed opening portlights, (3) overhead stainless steel framed forward opening deck hatches, white bead board roof liner with varnished teak beams and dome lighting this area showcases its varnished teak interior without making the area feel dark and cold. Also featured in this area:


  • Dometic air-conditioning unit


Head

  • Storage above and below vanity
  • Stainless steel single basin sink with pressurized hot/cold freshwater mixer head
  • Royalflush electric marine head
  • Stall shower with varnished teak louvered door
  • Varnished teak grate over sump
  • Varnished teak built-in bench seat
  • Adjustable shower wand with hot/cold pressurized freshwater mixer head

    

Galley

  • Storage above and below galley countertops
  • Varnished teak counters
  • Sub-Zero front loading refrigerator/freezer
  • Double stainless steel sink basins with pressurized hot/cold freshwater mixer head
  • Kitchen Aid microwave
  • Gaggenau electric oven with broiler
  • Gaggenau 2-burner electric cooktop

     

Owners Cabin

  • V-berth with split cushion mattress
  • Large locker storage port and starboard
  • Flat screen TV
  • (2) Sconces
  • (2) Speakers
  • Locker storage below bunks
  • Anchor locker storage forward


Electronics

Lower Helm Station

  • (2) Simrad NSOevo3 19" multifunction display
  • Navionics Platinum+ charts
  • Simrad remote joystick and controls for NSOevo displays
  • Simrad multifunction display
  • Simrad autopilot
  • Simrad Precision 9 compass
  • Simrad VHF with AIS
  • (2) Engine displays
  • Emergency manual engine control panel
  • Bennett. Trim tab controls
  • Spotlight remote controls

     

Upper Helm Station

  • (2) Simrad NSOevo3 19" multifunction display
  • Navionics Platinum+ charts
  • Simrad multifunction display
  • Simrad autopilot control display
  • (2) MTU engine displays
  • Simrad marine VHF with AIS
  • B&G marine VHF with AIS
  • Ritchie Powerdamp marine compass
  • Trim tab controls
  • Spotlight remote controls

     

Electronics Mast

  • Intellian i4 antenna
  • Simrad RI12 Radar
  • Halo pedestal
  • 3' Halo antenna
  • Ships horn
  • Loudspeaker
  • GPS antenna

     

Hull

  • Simrad sonar hub
  • Simrad depth/ temperature

   

Entertainment

  • (3) LG, flat-panel TVs
  • Large waterproof flat panel TV for the flybridge
  • Meridian audio system in the main cabin with multiple speakers
  • 12 volt Blaupunkt stereo on the flybridge 


Mechanical Systems

Primary Engines and Attached Mechanical Equipment

  • (2) 2001 MTU-DDC8V-2000 900 HP inboard diesel engines
  • 1,800 total HP at 2300 RPM
  • 141K top end rebuild ~ 2017
  • Electric fuel transfer pump
  • Dual Racor fuel filters with a vacuum gauge installed for each engine
  • DDEC single lever electronics throttle and shift controls upper and lower helm station
  • Fresh water cooling with sea water heat exchangers
  • Reverso oil change pump
  • Natural and blower ventilation
  • Shaft wipers
  • PSS no-drip shaft seals
  • Twin Disc transmissions MG 5096 A, 1.75:1 
  • 2 ¾ Inch stainless steel propeller shaft
  • (2) Water lubricated rubber cutlass bearings
  • (2) Bronze struts
  • (2) Fixed 4-blade Nibral 31x34 propellers

     

Exhaust

  • Fiberglass and flexible marine exhaust hose 
  • Fiberglass water lift mufflers 

     

Steering System

  • (2) Steering stations
  • Hydraulic steering system by Hynautic Actuator Cylinders
  • (2) Hydraulic cylinders

     

Additional Mechanical Systems

  • Bow thruster with (2) 4 blade props
  • Bronze spade rudders
  • Bennett hydraulic trim tabs

    

 Pumps

  • Three centrifugal submersible pumps 
  • Ultrafloat switches are installed 
  • Starboard engine plumbed as emergency pump by opening the pick-up in the engine intakes and closing the through-hull valves
  • Large electric pump with pickups in each bilge compartment, and a manifold to select which area to pump 
  • Alarm for electric bilge pump
  • Shower sump pump 


Electrical System


12/24 Volt DC System

  • Electrical distribution panel installed next to the lower helm
  • DC volt and amp meters
  • (8) Lead-acid 8D batteries, wired in series to produce 24 volts, in two separate banks
  • (2) AGM group 31 batteries for the 12-volt equipment
  • Acid-proof battery boxes
  • On/ off switch installed for each bank of batteries
  • Engine alternators, 
  • Charles 24 volt 50 amp charger
  • Charles 12 volt 30 amp charger 

    

120/240 Volt AC System

  • (1) 100 Amp shore power inlet
  • (1) 100 Amp shore power cord
  • Glendinning cable master
  • Selector switch installed to select shore power/ generator
  • Main breaker is located at the shore power entrance

     

Generator

  • Phasor 21 kW, 120/240 volts, 60 Hz diesel generator ~ 3000 hours
  • Dual Racor fuel filters
  • Output breaker mounted within 10' of genset
  • Remote start panel located at electrical panel
  • Insulated cacoon
  • Fresh water cooling with a sea water heat exchanger

    

Inverter

  • Magnum Energy MS Series Pure Sine inverter/charger 120 volts/3000 watts 


Tankage

 Fuel

  • (3) Total tanks- aluminum
  • 1000-Gallons total capacity
  • (2) 400-Gallon tanks aft and (1) 200-gallon tank in the engine room
  • Manual valves on the tank at the pick-ups and returns

     

Fresh Water

  • (1) 400-Gallon plastic tank
  • 24-Volt pressure water pump

     

Black Water Tank

  • (1) 140-Gallon fiberglass tank
  • Deck pump out or overboard with Y valve
  • 24-Volt macerator pump 


Yacht Tender

  • 2005 Nautica 14'8" tender
  • 90 HP Mercury outboard
  • ICOM VHF


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Disclaimer

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.

Scott Woodruff, CPYB

Stormalong II 50ft Wesmac Yacht For Sale

East Coast Yacht Sales

44 Bayview Street
Camden ME 04843 USA
Phone: 1-207-236-8656
Website: https://www.ecys.com

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.


Stormalong II 50ft Wesmac Yacht For Sale

Scott Woodruff, CPYB

Yacht Broker, CPYB

44 Bay View Street
Camden ME 04843 United States
Office: 207-236-8656
Direct: 954-701-1072
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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.