A comfortable long-distance cruiser that is workboat-tough and sea kindly.
From stem to stern, this handsome extension of our Stanley 36, the company’s flagship, is a wonderful marriage of traditional lobsterboat and refined cruising yacht. True to its solid Down East pedigree, its design is clean, functional, and beautiful. This model was designed with comfort in mind, whether you’re cruising the New England coast, traveling the Intracoastal Waterway, or spending the winter in warmer climes.
The covered cockpit, more than seven feet long, leads into the salon/pilothouse and then forward to two cabins. Finished in the traditional Herreshoff manner, the interior’s bulkheads are Awlgripped in white with varnished Honduras mahogany trim. In the 12-foot-long, full-beam salon/pilothouse, the steering console is installed on the starboard side, with a fully equipped galley located just aft. When it’s not mealtime, covers pull out over the sink and stove to create a handy chart table. Adjacent to this area is a dinette that can be designed to convert into a guest bunk.
In the forecastle, the private master cabin features a centerline double berth with access from either side. To port and starboard are comfortable seats, a bureau, and a hanging locker. Just aft of the master cabin is an owner’s study, a conveniently private space whose settee converts to a double berth when a second cabin is needed.
When not entertaining guests, the half-bulkhead between the two cabins has a pleasingly spacious feeling. When company is aboard, this partition can be closed off with curtains, folding doors, or a sliding bulkhead that functions like the roll top of an old desk. In the head, a separate enclosed stall shower provides a touch of luxury. For added convenience, the 39’s deck is spacious enough to accommodate your dinghy.
Specifications and equipment
- Fuel tankage (fiberglass or aluminum): two 200-gallon tanks
- Water tankage: two 75-gallon tanks
- Unidirectional fiberglass hull (core optional)
- Solid integral keel and skeg
- Molded fiberglass rudder, stainless-steel post (13/4”), bearings
- 22 stainless-steel propeller shaft (21/2”) to complement engine, cutlass bearing outside, stuffing box inside
- Engine installed
- Segregated fuel connection system
- Racor fuel filtration
- Power hydraulic steering system
- Wet-muffler exhaust system out the stern
- Bass circuit breaker panel, lighting, and mechanical circuits and fixtures
- Four 100-amp heavy-duty batteries
- Fiberglass nonskid deck
- Fiberglass cockpit coaming
- Teak guard and toe rails on deck
- Bronze, stainless, or chrome cleats and bow chocks
- Varnished Honduras mahogany cockpit steps
- Varnished Honduras mahogany cabin trim, doors, and drawer fronts
- Varnished sitka spruce cabin ceiling
- Teak and holly sole
- Bulkheads, cabin sides, and overhead painted in Awlgrip cabin enamel
- Bowmar hatches
- Galley with four-burner stainless-steel propane stove with oven, stainless-steel sink and faucets, top-access icebox, Formica counter top
- Enclosed head with marine toilet, small stainless sink, and stall shower
- Waste system: 25-gallon tank, macerator pump, overboard discharge, deck pump-out
LOA 39’ 4”
LWL 36’ 8”
Beam 13’ 8”
Cruising Speed 18 knots
Top Speed 23-24 knots