Sea Nymph II is a 1946 Ed Monk Sr. displacement hull bridge deck cruiser.
46′ X 13′ 6″ X 3′ 10″, built by the Grandy Boat Works, Seattle Washington.
Flybridge added 1960’s – Ed Monk, Sr. designer.
Hull is carvel planked cedar, oak ribs on 9″ centers. Cabin sides are 1″ mahogany.
the bottom has been refastened, keel bolts added, seams re-corked. Shafts, props and cutlass bearings have been replaced. Much of the original wiring and electrical gear has been upgraded. A hydronic heating system has been installed to augment the heat provided by the Dickinson diesel stove and electric heat. Heads and black water systems have been replaced or upgraded to meet current environmental standards. Electronics and navigation systems have been upgraded. We have restored and upgraded the main saloon cabinetry to be more in keeping with the original design and provide additional storage. The refrigeration system has been modernized to be more efficient and serviceable.
This is considered essential to maintaining her overall condition.
She has benefited from the expertise and craftsmanship of shipwrights in her home port of Bremerton as well as Port Townsend where for the past several years we have made substantial improvements to her condition as noted above.
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