Hull # 60

84' 0" JARRETT BAY 2019


Specifications

Name: Hull # 60
Builder: JARRETT BAY
Location: Beaufort North Carolina United States
Price: Price On Application
Model: Custom Carolina Convertible UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Length: 84' 0"
Beam: 21' 8" / 6.60 m
Max Draft: 5' 8" / 1.73 m
Year Built: 2019
Cruising Speed: 35 knots
Max Speed: 41 knots
Engine Model: 16V-2000
Fuel: 4000 gal Diesel
Water Capacity: 350 gallons

From her cold-molded fir and okume bones to her glossy Alexseal exterior finish, the 84' Jarrett Bay stays true to its custom Carolina heritage, yet represents the next evolution in sportfish performance and functionality. Thanks to prop tunnels and a low shaft angle, this yields increased speed and efficiency. The high-speed stainless rudders and struts and a bottom with no through-hull protrusions or fairings result in an incredibly fast and sleek running surface.

The intent of this build is to mirror her predecessor the 77 hull #56 which is showcased within the photos of this listing. The high-gloss cherry veneers throughout her five stateroom, six head layout is made of TriCel composite in both bulkheads and cabinetry keeping the weight to speed ratio at top performance levels without sacrificing durability in the roughest seas. The sweeping mezzanine overhang gives way to a massive 265-sq. ft. cockpit, complete with two pressurized live-wells with capacities up to 125 gallons.

She is powered by Twin 16V-2000 MTUs rated at 2,600hp and carries 4,000 gallons of fuel and is estimated to top out at a speed of 41 kts, with estimated cruising speed of 35 kts. With nearly 60 custom builds to date, Jarrett Bay designs their hulls, first and foremost, with performance in mind. Jarrett Bay's proven modified-vee hull design uses steadfastly seaworthy, lightweight materials allowing her to be faster than other similarly sized boats with equal or more horsepower, with significantly superior fuel economy compared to most boats in her class.

Overview

From her cold-molded fir and okume bones to her glossy Alexseal exterior finish, the 84' Jarrett Bay stays true to its custom Carolina heritage, yet represents the next evolution in sportfish performance and functionality. Thanks to prop tunnels and a low shaft angle, this yields increased speed and efficiency. The high-speed stainless rudders and struts and a bottom with no through-hull protrusions or fairings result in an incredibly fast and sleek running surface.

The intent of this build is to mirror her predecessor the 77 hull #56 which is showcased within the photos of this listing. The high-gloss cherry veneers throughout her five stateroom, six head layout is made of TriCel composite in both bulkheads and cabinetry keeping the weight to speed ratio at top performance levels without sacrificing durability in the roughest seas. The sweeping mezzanine overhang gives way to a massive 265-sq. ft. cockpit, complete with two pressurized live-wells with capacities up to 125 gallons.

She is powered by Twin 16V-2000 MTUs rated at 2,600hp and carries 4,000 gallons of fuel and is estimated to top out at a speed of 41 kts, with estimated cruising speed of 35 kts. With nearly 60 custom builds to date, Jarrett Bay designs their hulls, first and foremost, with performance in mind. Jarrett Bay's proven modified-vee hull design uses steadfastly seaworthy, lightweight materials allowing her to be faster than other similarly sized boats with equal or more horsepower, with significantly superior fuel economy compared to most boats in her class.

Salon

There are only a few cabinets built for the salon, so your opportunity is endless at this time. 
  • Rough opening for windows
  • End tables are built, but not finished or installed
  • A/C units are purchased, no ducting or connections installed or purchased

Galley

The galley is also able to be designed to your liking, as nothing has been built.

Companionway

  • Ropey Cherry panels and wainscoting has been built for lower area, not completely finished or installed
  • Wire for overhead lights
  • Raised panel cherry veneer doors are fabricated but not installed and some of those are finished
  • Access hatches to bilge storage installed
  • Access to day head and storage area 
  • Access to staterooms 
  • Access to Crews Quarters

Master Stateroom

Just off the port companionway you will find the master stateroom, which showcases a queen walk around berth, nightstands on either side with storage and a hanging locker. Aft, you will find a large head with stall shower.

  • High Gloss Ropey Cherry wainscoting on the lower half; wainscoting is built, not installed and partially finished
  • Berth with hull lined storage, accessible via lift top -needs finished varnish coats applied 
  • High Gloss Cherry veneer berth base - installed, needs finished coats applied
  • High Gloss Cherry sea rail - made not varnished or installed
  • Hanging locker built with cedar lining, no doors installed or light, just wiring
  • Twin nightstands with drawers - Built, not installed or varnished
  • Wiring for overhead lights
  • Wiring for Dimmable lights 
  • Rough wire for duplex outlet 
  • Hatch to below deck storage area 
  • Private access to head 
  • Air conditioning roughed in 
  • Overhead soffit - built, not varnished or installed
  • Upper cabinets above nightstands- built, Not varnished or installed

Guest Stateroom Port

Hull #60 features a over/under berth just forward of the master stateroom.

  • Over/under berth with storage under - parts made, fiddles in process, needs finished varnish coats applied
  • High Gloss Cherry veneer berth base installed, needs finished vanish coats applied
  • Cherry sea rail - made but not installed or varnished
  • Hanging locker with door - locker and door complete, door not installed or varnished
  • Rough in wire for Overhead light
  • Rough in for Dimmable lights 
  • AC duplex outlet rough in
  • Private access to head - access, doors made, may not be varnished
  • Access to private head 
  • QHT HVAC compartment controlled - unit purchased and in boat, no plumbing, ducting or wiring complete

Guest Stateroom Starboard

Hull #60 features twin side by side berths to starboard, just off the companionway with its own private head.

  • Side by side berths with storage under - one berth needs to be completed, varnished and installed, other is installed but needs finish varnish
  • High gloss Cherry veneer berth base - same as above
  • High gloss Cherry sea rail - same as above
  • Hanging locker and door  - locker built, needs finish coat of varnish applied to doors
  • Nightstand with storage included, not installed, needs varnish
  • Overhead hatch - opening only
  • Rough in for light fixtures
  • Rough in for dimmable lights 
  • AC duplex outlet - rough in

Guest Stateroom Bow

Hull #60 features a walk around queen berth in the bow stateroom with private access to its own head. 

  • Queen tapered berth with storage underneath, needs finished varnish coat applied, sealer complete
  • High Gloss Cherry veneer berth base, complete, need varnish
  • Cherry sea rail, complete not installed or varnished
  • Hanging lockers with  door  - needs varnish coat to doors
  • Opening for overhead hatch, no hatch
  • Nightstands, port and starboard - Included, not installed and needs varnish
  • Overhead storage cabinets on either side of the berth - Included not installed and needs varnish
  • Wire for overhead speakers - rough in
  • Wire for overhead light fixtures - rough in
  • Dimmable lights - rough in
  • AC duplex outlet - rough in
  • Hatch to below deck storage 
  • Private access to head, door needs varnish

Crew Quarters

Turning aft down the companionway and across the full beam of the vessel, you will find the crew quarters which features an over/under berth, access to the engine room, and a full head.

  • Over/Under berth with storage under lower berth and upper berth - one bunk in place, the other is made, not installed
  • Hanging locker Cedar locker is in place, install in process
  • Overhead lighting - rough in
  • AC Duplex outlet - rough in
  • Private access to head - access - doors made not finished
  • Second access to engine compartment - cut in, no door

Master and Guest Heads

  • Linen cabinet built - not installed or varnished
  • Stall shower,  plumbed to Headhunter system - shower stall is in, no door and no plumbing fixtures, and plumbing needs to be finalized
  • Overhead light fixtures - rough in
  • AC duplex outlet - rough in
  • Air conditioning ducts ran, not hooked up

Cockpit

  • Seating across upper mezzanine - rough in
  • Scuppers in cockpit - rough in, no stainless
  • Transom door - cut out is made, needs finish work
  • Lower starboard mezzanine ice box - rough in, lids need to be made
  • Transom fish box, lids are cored out and insulated - rough in
  • Hatch to engine compartment - rough in
  • Storage in steps to deckhouse - rough in
  • Lower port mezzanine, bait box, drink box and live well - rough in
  • Aluminum mounting plate laminated in deck 
  • Gaff tube  - Rough in, lids need to be made
  • Mezzanine tackle cabinet with insulated storage  inboard of mezzanine - needs guttering and lids made
  • (2) In-deck fish boxes rough in, needs install
  • Teak Transom installed, no finish
  • Teak Covering and Coaming boards included, but not installed
  • Teak cockpit and mezzanine included, but not installed
  • Teak aft bulkhead and door and side wings, included, but not installed

Flybridge

Hull #60's helm layout is possible at this stage.

  • Bilge, high water alarm - Installed
  • Hydraulic power-assisted steering- Installed
  • Neutral interlock switches allowing engine to start in neutral included, not installed
  • Engine Sych control, included, not installed
  • Fiberglass part made for freezer, not installed, freezer not purchased
  • Fiberglass part made for top loading insulated drink box, not installed
  • Twin bench seating with cushions and storage underneath port and stbd - lids need to be fitted and hinged
  • Fiberglass console centerline raised, included, not installed and lids need to be fitted and hinged
  • Fiberglass lounge forward of console with storage included, not installed 
  • Coffee table with storage, included, not installed

Exterior Finish/Construction

At this stage this hull has many options

  • Epoxy Resin Cold molded construction throughout -
  • Hull and superstructure linear Alexseal topcoat, white -still needs top coats on hull, as well as superstructure
  • Hull Sides: Cold molded construction consisting of two layers of 1/4" Okume plywood on diagonals over fir ribbands and glassed inside and out with one layer of 1708 bi-axial cloth with Epoxy resin. - complete
  • Hull Bottom: Cold molded construction consisting of three layers of 1/2" marine fir plywood on diagonals over fir stringers and glassed inside and out with two layers of 3408 tri-axial cloth with epoxy resin - complete
  • Laminated douglas fir full length main engine stringers and keel - complete
  • Louvered side air intakes - in, not totally installed
  • Reinforced chine spray rails - installed

Hardware & Miscellaneous

  • All Interior cabinet hardware polished chrome - included, not installed
  • Anchor locker bow deck, with anchor storage installed, hatch needs lid and gutter
  • Water tank - tank installed not connected
  • Nibral, high speed struts - struts installed, bearings not included
  • Alloy 22 propeller 3 1/2" shafts, with zincs installed
  • Fiberglass shaft tubes  installed
  • Bow deck access to rope storage locker Cut in
  • Water shut off valves for sinks and showers - Included, some install needed
  • Heavy-duty engine couplings - Included but needs final install

Electrical System

  • AC compressors are in engine room, included, not installed
  • Ventilation fan system for anchor locker - duct work complete only
  • (2) ISO Boost Transformer - purchased, not installed

    Engine Compartment & Bilge

    • Water shut-off valves for sinks and showers rough in
    • Twin MTU 16V2000 @ 2600 hp diesel, freshwater-cooled main engines with electrically controlled marine gears, neutral interlocks, exhaust silencers, engine hour meters, alternators, fuel filters and seawater strainers -included, not connected
    • Twin 38 kW freshwater-cooled generator with shock mounts, seawater strainer, remote start, fuel/water separator, hour meter, aqua-lift muffler and sound enclosure - included, not connected
    • Polyethylene water lines - installed, needs more plumbing connections
    • Pressurized 230-volt AC Headhunter, freshwater pump with freshwater filter - installed
    • Two 230-volt AC 18-gallon electric water heater - included, not hooked up
    • Freshwater fill hose for engines and generator - included, not hooked up
    • 24-volt DC bilge pumps, eight at 2000 gph, with heavy-duty float switches - installed
    • Bronze ball valves on all underwater through-hull fittings with electrical bonding throughout - installed
    • Integral epoxy and glass water tank - installed
    • Aluminum fuel tanks with sight gauges  - some work remaining
    • Integral epoxy and glass sewage holding tank with 230-volt AC sewage pump for overboard discharge with lockable valve engines - Installed
    • Seawater pressure system with AC pump and accumulator tank, here but not installed
    • Air conditioning compressors and pump - chilled water system - here but not installed
    • Alexseal painted and faired engine room, pump room and bilges - will need finish work 
    • Headhunter Grey Water System  - system installed, not started
    • Sewage holding tank plumbed for dockside pump-out - in process
    • Rudder shelf with rudder upper bearings and steering ram mounts - Included, no components are installed
    • Intake sea chests with flush screens and angled intake holes 
    • Underwater exhaust system 60% complete
    • Seakeeper Gryo (2) - included, not installed
    • Walkboard lids, battery box lids included, not installed
    • Water shut off for sinks and shower, included, rough in

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