STAMPEDE is a Ron Holland design and has been owned by two brothers since about 1990 when the current owner’s brother purchased STAMPEDE from the original owner.
He completed a circumnavigation aboard STAMPEDE. In 2007 the present owner purchase STAMPEDE. He sailed her in Scandinavia, the Mediterranean, the Caribbean, the east coast of the US, including the Chesapeake Bay and on up to Maine.
STAMPEDE has been laid up at the famed Hinckley, Southwest Harbor boat yard since 2019. She continues to show exceptionally well.
Offers are encouraged.
White Kevlar and fiberglass hull
Top hat stringers on the inside of the hull for extra rigidity
Double dark blue waterline stripe
Gold sheer stripe
Finn “L” keel with lead bulb bolted to a steel stem
Spade rudder (rebuilt 2020)
Cored fiberglass decks with teak overlay
Anchor locker on starboard side of foredeck
3 x Pairs of mooring cleats,1 x fwd, 1 x midships, 1 x aft
Fairleads for mooring cleats forward and aft
Stainless steel stem head fitting with one anchor roller
Stainless steel bow and stern rails
2 x teak seats in stern rail
Stainless steel stanchions
Stainless steel stanchion gates port and starboard
Double 1 x 19 stainless steel lifelines
Teak toe rail
Nilsson hydraulic windlass with chain gypsy and rode winches
Electric foot switch to raise anchor
1 x pair Light prisms
10 x Bomar deck hatches
7 x opening ports
Harken stand up blocks at mast partners
1 x pair of Harken genoa tracks, each with 2 genoa cars and lead blocks
Blocks and fairleads for some of the running rigging led aft port and starboard
1 x pair Schaeffer pad eyes midships
Teak handrails on top of the coach roof
1 x pair double turning blocks aft for headsail sheets
1 x pair single turning blocks aft
1 x pair checkstay blocks aft
Mainsheet traveler track aft of cockpit
Propane locker on aft deck at transom
Radar mast antenna aft port side with gimble for scanner
Outboard bracket on stern rail
Pedestal steering with stainless steel wheel and elk hide cover
2 x #736 ST, hydraulic, 3 speed, primary
2 x #36 ST, 2 speed, secondary
2 x #28+ ST, hydraulic, 2 speed checkstay
1 x #32 ST, hydraulic, 2 speed mainsheet
3 x #28 ST, 2 speed, at mast partners, halyards and utility
1 x #28 ST, hydraulic, 2 speed, at mast partners
Sleeps six in three separate sleeping cabins. Sleeps one more in the main saloon for a total of seven. Two heads. Varnished teak interior with teak and holly cabin sole. The overhead is vinyl paneling.
Located in the bow. 1 x fold up/down pipe bunk. Ladder to foredeck. This cabin should be considered as a storage area.
Located immediately aft of the forepeak cabin. Mirror imaged. Two single bunks in each cabin, one above the other. Hanging locker and drawers forward. Lockers under the lower bunk. Curved seat forward in the port cabin only. Air conditioning, fans and audio speakers in each cabin.
Located immediately aft of the port guest cabin and opposite the galley. This head is shared by both guest cabins. Stainless steel sink. Raritan manual head. Drawers and lockers under Formica counter-top. Lockers outboard. Mirror forward.
“U” shaped. Located immediately aft of the starboard guest cabin and opposite the day head. 2 x stainless steel sinks with stainless steel countertop forward. Outboard is a 3 burner Force 10 stove with oven and protective stainless steel bar. Either side of the stove is top loading dry storage. Rival microwave oven aft and outboard. Sea Frost Top loading fridge and freezer aft with lockers above. Floral, tiled backsplash. Fan. There is ample storage above, forward, aft, and outboard. Drawers forward. There are two steps aft, up to the main saloon.
Located aft of the galley and day head and up two steps from them. “U” shaped dinette raised to starboard with table that has 2 leaves. Close to 360 degree outdoor visibility from the main saloon. Lockers outboard.
Located opposite the dinette and forward facing. The navigation station seat rotates 90 degrees allowing it to face forward or the dinette. Lifting lid on the navigation desk to access folded chart storage. Drawers forward. Lockers outboard. Outboard and forward are navigation and communication instruments. Aft is more storage and drawers.
Located aft of the navigation station and accessed via a corridor on the port side. In the same corridor is a wet locker and teak seat for changing in/out of foul weather gear. The electrical breaker panel is inboard of the corridor and engine access is underneath the electrical panel. In the master cabin are 2 single bunks, one to port and one to starboard. Midships and aft is a seat at an aft facing vanity with mirror, desk and drawers either side. Above the bunks outboard and aft are lockers and shelves. Forward each side are drawers and hanging lockers.
Located on the starboard side immediately forward of the master cabin and accessed from the master cabin. Upon entering this area there is first a stainless steel sink outboard with drawers and locker under. Outboard and above are more lockers. Going through another doorway forward takes you into the head area with stall shower. Teak grating in the cabin soul. Here there is access to the generator space.
Volvo TMD40A diesel engine
Fuel 260 gallons in 2 aluminum tanks (new tanks 2016)
Engine control panel located on the forward starboard cockpit bulkhead
2 blade Maxprop
260 gallons fresh water in 2 aluminum tanks
Fresh water faucet on deck aft
Pressure hot and cold fresh water in the galley and in each head
Seawater foot pump in the galley
Black water holding tank
1 x dorade vents with cowls
3 x 125volt, 50amp shore power deck connector
12 volt DC
24 volt DC
110volt outlets with GFI
AC and DC electrical panel in walkway aft
Ritchie compass on pedestal with stainless steel binnacle
B&G analogue speed and depth readout at starboard side of companionway
B&G analogue TWA, Magnified Wind and TWS readouts at port side of companionway
B&G heading readout in aft cabin
Furuno Navnet 3D chart plotter
B&G H3000 MFD (2012)
5 x analogue readouts for TWA/TWS/Depth/Boat speed/Heading
ICOM, IC-M604 VHF
ICOM, IC-M700Pro SSB (2012)
Autopilot main control head
White painted aluminum mast with triple perpendicular spreaders
Stainless steel rod standing rigging
White painted aluminum boom
2 x spinnaker halyards
2 x headsail halyards
1 staysail halyard
Navtec hydraulic panel for mainsail flattener reef, babystay, boom vang and backstay
Selden, Furlex, hydraulic roller furling headsail
Selden, Furlex, hydraulic roller furling staysail
Tapered aluminum white painted spinnaker pole
Dacron fully battened mainsail
Dacron roller furling 100% headsail
Dacron staysail on roller furler
Life Sling 2
Horseshoe life buoy
Flag staff and ensign
Life Raft stored on deck, forward of mast, in its own cradle
Boston clock and barometer
Espar diesel heater
Fans in each cabin
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.