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Richard Kahn 326 First Street Suite 405 Annapolis, MD 21403 United States

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Boat Name Querida Grande Specs

Keel: Other


LOA: 39 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 1 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 4 in
Displacement: 21000 lbs
Ballast: 7676 lbs


Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 2012
Engine Model: 4JH5E
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 475
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 50 HP



Vessel Walkthrough

Descending from the cockpit to the impressive teak and holly sole, you enter a warm teak paneled space that exudes professional seamanship and comfort.  Behind the ladder you just used is a removable cover providing access to the engine room.  To stb is the aft facing nav station.  The chart table has a large working surface, and is hinged to provide storage below.  Probably oversized, but it provides a wonderful desk.  Aft to port is the quarter berth, 7' long and wide enough on the fwd end to be a snug double or roomy single, in the enclosed aft cabin.  Full hanging locker with drawer and storage below.  Forward of the aft cabin is a head with sink, shower, toilet, overhead hatch, 2 opening ports, wet gear hanging locker, and linen and toiletry storage.  

Forward of the nav station, also to starboard and mid ships is the U-shaped galley.  The deep double sinks are oriented such that the cook is facing forward when using with storage directly beneath.  The waist high fridge (Sea Frost, 2012) has 3" closed foam insulation, temp displayed above.  Shelves and spacers maximize space use.  The gimbaled 3 burner stove with oven and broiler and safety bar oriented along the hull.

Entering the main saloon; there is an L-shaped settee with table to starboard and a settee to port, each with bookshelves behind.  The headroom is 6'4" and there is plenty of ventilation and light, with 8 opening ports, two overhead hatches and two dorade vents.  The salon is heated with a Force Ten propane heater. The cabin sole is holly and teak, with water tankage below deck.

Moving forward from the salon is the Main Cabin, with 6'1" headroom and a large and comfortable 7' Vberth.  To both port and starboard are cedar-lined, full-standing hanging lockers.  Mounted to overhead, running to foot of Vberth are 3 clothes storage compartments per side.  All volume under berth is available for storage.  There are two overhead hatches and two brass lamps provide reading light at night. 

QG's interior is spacious, bright, open and beautifully appointed, and with tankage below decks, storage space is extraordinarily abundant.


Engine/Engine room

Yanmar 4JH5E 52HP w/475 hours, new in 2012, replacing Westerbeke 42HP

3 blade, Maxprop feathering propeller

New propeller shaft, Cutlass bearing 

Racor 500 fuel/water separator 

Groco sea water strainer

Large hatch over engine in cockpit floor for easy access

Water heater replaced in 2012 as well, with new lines, and around the same time the old refrigerating system was removed and an entire new unit installed, including holding plate in fridge.  Robertson self-steering drive arm was removed and sent back to factory for complete overhaul.  Concurrently a charger was removed and replaced.  The new engine also brought new cooling water and exhaust systems.  The prop shaft and associated bearing were replaced, and the three bladed feathering Maxprop was factory reconditioned.  The engine room systems of this boat are only five years old. 


Modified full keel

Skeg-hung rudder

10 bronze sea cocks and thru-hulls

Bottom barrier coated in 2010.  This was preventative, no blistering ever.

Bottom painted 2016

Bottom and leading edge of keel reinforced with fiberglass


Pedestal mounted wheel steering.  Raytheon wind, speed and depth indicators mounted on the pedestal.  Bench seating behind wheel covers two 20# LPG tanks concealed by canvas screen.  Stb cockpit locker is large and open to hull, contains battery box with two 4D house batteries and one group 31 start battery.  Inboard bulkhead is removable for full access to engine space.  Portside cockpit locker is shallow and contains Gale Ryder storm drogue with 300' of 3/4" line and the emergency tiller as well.  Located just forward of the wheel are two Barient 2-speed ST primary winches for genoa trim.  On the cabin top are four winches- two each side.  Two are self tailing and two are not.  Forward of the ST winches are jam cleats, which facilitate handling of the running rigging run aft from the mast.  On the bulkhead just left of the main hatchway is control head for Simrad below decks autopilot.  Four pad eyes for safety harness attachment are installed either side of the companionway and adjacent to the helm.  On the cockpit deck there is an easily removable hatch providing topside access to the engine room.   


Sailomat self steering windvane

Delta 55# with 100' chain and 100' rode

50# Fishermann, chain and rode

Simpson Lawrence electric windlass with foot switches up and down

Double bow roller

6 hatches

12 Bomar opening ports

cockpit cushions

swim ladder

Whisker pole

dodger with cover

helm awning

sun screen

26" height lifelines

Sails and Rigging

QG has a single mast with single stays fwd and aft.  The forestay has a Profurl roller furling system.  The aft stay contains insulators to function as an SSB antenna.  The mast is supported by chain plate mounted uppers, forward tending lowers, aft tending lowers, and running backstays.  The staysail stay is attached at the bow to a fitting on deck.  A pelican hook fitting on the end of the stay makes it removable.  The staysail slot is parallel to forestay.  Sail inventory includes fully battened main, 110% genoa, full staysail, storm staysail, and storm trysail.  Mainsail has three reef points with modified slab reefing system and installed lazy jacks.  Main and storm jib have green Sunbrella sail covers.  Genoa has green Sunbrella sun shield on foot and luff.  Barient #22 2-speed winch is on front of the mast.  Halyards, topping lift, sheets, all run aft to cockpit.   Main sheet traveler is located forward of main hatch.  

Keel stepped aluminum mast and aluminum boom 

Forespar aluminum telescoping whisker pole

Harken main sheet traveler

Two Barient #22 2-speed self tailing primary winches

Two Barient #28 2-speed self tailing secondary winches

Three Barient #22 2-speed halyard winches


Harken batt car system

Heavy duty standing rigging with Staylock fittings 3/8" and 5/16"

Mast railings

Movable Genoa cars with rail mount controls

3 winch handles

Standing rigging replaced 1995

Tanks and Water Systems

50 gallon fuel tank is fiberglass 

Shurflo fresh water pump

New water heater

Shurflo seawater wash deck pump with deck outlet

2 water tanks totalling 125 gallons


VHF in cockpit and below

Simrad below deck autopilot

Furuno radar

ST60 knot meter, depth, wind


SSB, insulated backstay




Additional Notes on Electrical

30A shore power- 30' power cord

110V electrical panel w/ 7 breakers & meters

Battery charger

110V outlets in each cabin

Two 12V electrical panels

Masthead anchor/tricolor light 

2 4D AGM- house

1 group 31 AGM- start

Hi Amp alternator 

Additional Equipment

Emergency tiller

Safety attachment pad eyes in cockpit (4)

Courtesy flag halyard & ensign halyard

brass ship's clock, brass barometer

Sailomat self steering windvane

2 fire extinguishers

Numerous spare parts

Propane heater


Sailomat Wind Vane self-steering system

Anchors: 1 Delta 55# with 100' 3/8" chain and 100' rode, and 1 50# Fisherman with 50' 5/16" chain and 100' rode

Simpson-Lawrence Windlass w/ foot switches and wash-down hose fitting on deck

SS bow sprit with 2 rollers and teak platform

Screens for all deck hatches, port lights and main companionway

Holly and teak sole thru out below decks, except head

Custom green canvas dodger w/Plexiglass windows and separate window cover

Helm awning with zipper attachment to dodger and sun screen 

Sheets provided for all sails

Three winch handles

Standing rigging is oversized with staylock fittings and has been updated.

Courtesy flag halyard rigged to starboard spreader

Four safety attachment pad eyes in cockpit, plus two individual safety harnesses

Two canister fire extinguishers

One brass battery operated ship's clock

One brass barometer

One 9' AVON RIB dinghy with towing painter, stows securely on foredeck

One 5hp Mercury outboard engine, 4 stroke

One Edson motor mount on stern rail

One custom green canvas outboard motor cover


Broker’s Comments: 

If one is looking for an affordable, well maintained, offshore cruiser with a new engine, self steering, windvane, and MORE….  the factory built Querida Grande offers that opportunity!

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