1976 Wylie Legacy
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CONDITION AND VALUATION SURVEY FOR THE VESSEL:
WYILE DESIGN 1976 31' RACING SAILBOAT - 'LEGACY I'
View of vessel side tie in berth at Treasure Island Alamar Marina.
DESCRIPTION OF VESSEL
The 'Gemini Twins' Legacy I & Legacy II were built in 1976; a cold
molded design by the
Wylie Design Group.
Built to be twin racing boats with an economical
plan and craftsman
These sailing boats are equipped with a 50' mast and 497 square
feet of sail area.
This is an auxiliary sloop racing boat with an aft cockpit and flush
companionway, step down to access open hull layout.
The engine is center
wooden insulation box aft is rudder bearing post access.
VESSEL: 'LEGACY I' 1976 WYLIE DESIGN GROUP 31' / FILE NUMBER: 9222020142 - S
BLUEWATER MARINE SURVEY
Terry Tupper - ACMS; ABYC Certified - Corrosion; USCG Master.
Bluewater Marine Survey
SCOPE OF SURVEY
This survey was conducted at the request of Sterling Albert on September
'In-water' conducted at Treasure Island Marina, where the vessel was
afloat at her slip.
The 'Out of Water' survey was conducted October 29th at Grand Marina
Boat Yard in
Ships papers were on board and in order.
The survey was performed in accordance with the terms and conditions of
contract between the surveyor and the requesting party.
is the intent of this
document to set forth in writing the scope and limitations of the
upon receipt of this document, you as the requesting party disagree with
any of the
following conditions, please contact the undersigned surveyor immediately.
Any use of this report means it is accepted as is, and constitutes an
acceptance of the
following terms and conditions:
Inspections are made using non-destructive techniques; primarily visual
inspection and sounding of areas in
an attempt to determine their condition.
Unless otherwise specifically
stated in this report, services for the
per foot price of a standard survey DO NOT include the testing of tanks,
systems/circuits or electronics, the removal of paneling, ceilings,
machinery, cargo, gear or other personal
effects in order to access otherwise concealed areas.
testing has been done, no borings or
ultrasonic testing of material thickness performed.
Such services are
available at additional cost when
authorized by written contract.
When applicable, if no mention is made
of wood deterioration in the
findings of this report, this is not to be construed as a warranty that
No survey can establish
that a vessel is completely free of wood deteriorating organisms,
especially in the light of the many
concealed and inaccessible areas encountered on each and every vessel.
Therefore, given the rapid growth
rate of such organisms, this surveyor will not accept liability for any
such condition discovered later which
could not be detected during the course of a normal survey as outlined
above and performed under the
conditions encountered on the survey date.
This was an 'Out of Water' insurance survey.
Engine was started to move
from slip to haul-out 1 hour away - ran well for entirety.
power is not
D.C power was available; some electronic equipment was tested.
was not performed.
Note: It is recommended and understood that all engines be surveyed by a
qualified engine surveyor to
determine the condition of the engines, gears and pumps, heat
exchangers, coolers, etc.
The mandatory standards promulgated by the United States Coast Guard,
under the authority of title 46 United
States Code title 33 and 46, Code of Federal Regulation, and the
voluntary standards and recommended
practices developed by the ABYC and NFPA have been used as guidelines in
the conduct of this survey.
DEFINITION OF TERMS
Excellent New or like new.
Good Nearly new, with minor cosmetic or structural discrepancies.
Fair System, component or item, is functional as is with minor repairs.
Poor Unusable as is and will require repairs or replacement of system.
Use of an asterisk (*) in the report indicates that a finding will be
listed in the 'Findings and
Recommendations' section pertaining to the item it is next to.
USCG United States Coast Guard.
USC United States Code
CFR Code of Federal Regulation.
ABYC American Boat and Yacht Council
NFPA National Fire Protection Association
FRP Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic
DC Direct current (12 volt system)
AC Alternating Current (Shore or generator power).
Powers Power was applied only.
This does not refer to the operation of
any system or component
up unless specifically indicated.
Appears Indicates that a very close inspection of the particular
system, component or item was not
possible due to constraints imposed on the surveyor (e.g. no power
available, inability to
remove panels, or requirements not to conduct destructive tests.
Purpose of Survey: Party Requesting Survey: Sterling Albert
Insurance condition and (owner).
Date: September 22nd, 2020.
Location: Treasure Island Parties Present at Survey: Terry Tupper (100T
Alamar Marina - 1 Clipper Captain | ACMS) & Leilani Tupper (ACMS).
Cove Way, San Francisco, CA
BASIC VESSEL INFORMATION
Name: 'Legacy I' Official Number: CF 3686 GR
Hull Identification Number: HIN Year/Make/Model: 1976 31' Wylie
CFZQ356138 Design Group Racing Sailboat.
Hull Type & Material: Displacement, Builder/Designer: Thomas Wylie
cold molded wood planking.
L.O.A: 31' Hailing Port: SF Bay,
Beam: 9' 3” Propulsion System & Fuel Type:
Inboard diesel and sail.
Draft: 6' 2” (fin keel) Intended Use: Recreation.
Weight: 5,064 lbs.
Intended Cruising Area: SF Bay.
Vessel dimensions and weight were obtained from 2009
Edition of BUC Book.
All other data was obtained from
onboard ship's papers.
View of vessel at survey site, at berth Treasure Island Marina.
HULL, DECK AND SUPERSTRUCTURE
Type & Material: Displacement; five Exterior Color & Condition: Top sides
diagonal layers of 1/8th inch western in good condition.
red cedar laminated with WEST and white. 'Out of Water' survey
Cold molded build with showed bottom in good condition, no
one layer of four ounce glass cloth. blisters sighted.
within normal range.
Owner to renew
bottom paint at next haul.
Frames & Planking: Laminated cedar; Keel: Keel constructed of Mahogany -
Alaskan Spruce laminated in varying *Catalina smile sighted along keel -
lengths. owner to address at next haul.
Bulkheads: Marine plywood - good Stem & Transom: Good condition.
Bilges: Diaper with oil under engine - B Port Lights/Port Holes: None.
Material & Surface: Hull to Deck Joint: Internal overlapping; in good
Western cedar and condition.
marine (Gaboon) Hatches: Only companionway way hatch center.
plywood; grey sand Layout: Flush deck with aft cockpit.
SUPERSTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION & LAY OUT - Single aluminum 50' mast atop
SPARS AND RIGGING
Mast & Spars: Single spreader with Winches: Good condition, no corrosion
jumper, ovoid, aluminum, white- sighted; Barient self-tailing.
Chocks: Good condition.
Boom: Aluminum, ovoid; good.
Mast Step/Partners/Chain Plates: Running Rigging: Good condition.
Sail Inventory: Five sail bags counted - Standing Rigging: Good condition.
Mylar - not inspected.
Remarks: Rigging was reviewed at deck level only and this does not
complete rigging survey which should be done by a professional rigger and
include inspection of ALL fittings, hardware and structures aloft.
Natural Ventilation: No.
Insulation: Plywood box cover.
Power Blowers: Not required - diesel.
Number, Type, & Fuel: One, inboard Manufacturer: Yanmar 9.4KW
(sail drive), diesel.
Flame Arrestor: Not required.
Engine Mounts & Beds: Teak timbers Exhaust System: Single riser to short
(3.5” X 2.5”) thru -bolted steel bracket flexible hose to mixer
to adjustable rubberized bolted flexible hose, and exit starboard stern
mounts. large Marelon ball valve.
Belts & Pulleys: Good; good.
Number of Cylinders: 2.
Serial Number: Number sighted - Other: Forward engine bay bulkhead
#2YM15 / #F01648. with crack - B rec.
Type: Heat exchanger.
Seacocks: 1” bronze ball valve just aft, starboard of engine with in
strainer - *hose is cracked - B rec.
Hoses & Clamps: *Crack; clamps good.
Shaft Material & Size: 1” stainless steel.
Stuffing Box/Packing Gland: Dripless with auxiliary water feed.
Coupler: *Corrosion on coupler - B rec.
PROPELLOR: Two blade bronze prop 14D RH, markings sighted.
New shaft anode put on at time of survey.
Various engine photos & recommendation photos.
Type: Tiller direct to rudder; through FRP pipe.
Number of Stations: Single cockpit.
Upper Rudder Bearing Support: Good glass mold.
PROPELLERS: In Water Survey - not sighted.
TANKAGE AND PIPING
Fuel Type: Diesel.
Capacity: 20 gallons reported.
Tank Material: Aluminum.
Number of Tanks: One.
Accessibility: Port side of engine.
Manufacturer's Label: Not sighted.
FUEL PIPES AND HOSES
Fill Location: Atop tank.
Fill Pipe Fittings: Good.
Fuel Filter: Racor fuel water separator.
Fuel Lines & Fittings: *Fuel
off valve with duct tape on clamp; diesel
is getting into fuel gauges atop tank, this
will cause plastic to deteriorate and
contaminate tank, address - B rec.
# BELOW THE WATERLINE THRU HULLS
FUNCTION / LOCATION / NOTES
1 1” bronze ball valve just aft, starboard of engine with in line sea
strainer - *hose is cracked - B rec.
Batteries: One, West Marine 615 MCA Condition: Good.
engine starter battery.
Stowage Method: Plastic box bolted Fastenings/Ventilation: Secure.
down. *Floating wires at panel, insulate
properly and secure - B rec.
MAIN BATTERY SWITCHES PANEL
Type: Safety Main Switch at engine box, Fuse or Breaker: 5 fuses at main
Small portable solar panel charger hooked up to battery.
SHORE POWER - NONE
SAFETY AND FEDERALLY REQUIRED EQUIPMENT
COAST GUARD REQUIRED
Personal Floatation Devices/Life Throwable Devices: Seat cushion
Jackets: 5 adult two type II. sighted.
Fire Extinguishers: Kidde size I cockpit.
Visual Distress Signals: Not
Sound Devices: Horn.
Navigation & Anchor Lights: Yes.
'No Oil Discharge' Placard: Yes. 'Trash Disposal' Placard: Yes.
Navigation Rules: Not required.
Waste Management Plan: Not
OTHER SAFETY EQUIPMENT
Life Raft: None.
Bilge Water Alarm: None.
Smoke Detector & Fire Alarm: Not
required - no stove.
Fixed Fire System: *None - B rec.
Fume Sniffer Alarm Systems
(CO,LPG): *None - B rec.
BILGE PUMPS - Whale Gusher pump and 12V pump.
View of Cedar planking coloration vessel hull & CF numbers.
FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
These are required by USCG or USC CFRs and should be addressed before
the vessel is next underway.
Refer to “Federal Requirements and Safety Tips for Recreational Boats.” USCG
One wearable type I, II, or III life preserver for each person, or
One throwable type IV life preserver.
Approved style, in date, visual distress signals (flares) outside
designated COLREGS (San Francisco Bay out to “Mile Rock”).
Three size B-1 fire extinguishers, one B-II = two BC-1, and four if
vessel exceeds forty feet overall.
Mounted placards displayed aboard “Dumping of Garbage Prohibited” and
Discharge of Oil Prohibited”.
All of the above requirements were met during the time of the survey.
SAFETY REQUIREMENTS AND ABYC RECOMMENDATIONS
These findings affect overall safety of the vessel and passengers and
should be addressed as soon as possible.
Engine bilge diaper with oil, remove and inspect oil leak.
Forward engine bay bulkhead with crack, reinforce.
Bronze packing nuts with salt crystals, clean.
Engine intake hose is cracked, renew.
Floating wires at panel, insulate properly and secure.
Fuel: Fuel petcock shut off valve with duct tape on clamp; diesel is
fuel gauges atop tank, this will cause plastic to deteriorate and
tank, address this now to prevent fuel issues later.
Sail track is warped where sighted at deck, will need to be serviced.
Corrosion - clean off corrosion on affected structures, investigate
renew or treat with appropriate corrosion inhibitors where noted below; the
following structures with varying levels of corrosion & replace
with corrosion -
ABYC recommends that all fire extinguishers be serviced annually by a
qualified fire technician
This surveyor recommends one CO detector mounted in any and all sleeping
areas below deck & ensure they are TURNED ON during use of vessel -
Vessels uses carbon-based fuels (gasoline) for propulsion.
of these fuels, Carbon Monoxide (CO) gas may be created due to incomplete
Adequate ventilation must be provided at all times while in
proximity to ANY vessel burning any these fuels as CO from external sources
may also be drawn into the cabin through ventilation systems.
CO is a silent
menace and it kills without warning; therefore, this surveyor recommends
installation in any occupied spaces below decks a CO alarm (Xintex model
CMD-3M, MARINE Technologists model 60-542 or equivalent) that meets UL
Standard # 2034.
OTHER FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
These are mostly related to overall maintenance issues and should be
addressed in the near future to maintain vessel value
Sail cover is short and not completely covering sail, Mylar is an
material that will quickly deteriorate in the sun.
Keep ship's maintenance log updated.
SUMMARY AND VALUATION
This vessel was found to be in overall high-average condition for her
structurally sound with most systems operational and in good order.
maintenance items to be address as listed above.
VESSEL RATING OF CONDITION
It is the surveyor's experience that develops an opinion as to a
VESSEL RATING OF CONDITION immediately after a complete survey has been
performed and the findings organized in a logical manner.
The grading of condition, as developed by BUC RESEARCH, and accepted in
the marine industry, for a vessel
at the time of survey, determines the adjustment to the range of base
values in the BUC USED BOAT PRICE
GUIDE, for a similar vessel sold within a given time period, as a
consideration to determine the Market Value.
The following is the accepted marine grading system of condition:
'EXCELLENT' (BRISTOL) CONDITION' - is a vessel that is maintained in
mint or bristol fashion - usually better
than factory new, loaded with extras - a rarity.
'ABOVE AVERAGE CONDITION'- has had above average care and is equipped
with extra electrical and
'AVERAGE CONDITION' - ready for sale requiring no additional work and
normally equipped for her size.
'FAIR CONDITION' - requires usual maintenance to prepare for sale.
'POOR CONDITION' - substantial yard work required and devoid of extras.
As a result of this investigation, as stated in the SYSTEMS AND FINDINGS AND
RECOMMENDATIONS section of this report:
OVERALL VESSEL RATING - (HIGH) AVERAGE CONDITION'.
FAIR MARKET VALUE - $ 16,400.00
ESTIMATED REPLACEMENT VALUE - $ 180,000.00
The fair market value is the most probable price in terms of money which
a vessel should bring in a competitive and open market under all
conditions requisite to a fair sale.
Taking into account the condition
rating, an average was reached after researching prices.
The estimated replacement cost indicates the retail cost of a new vessel
of the same make/model with similar equipment offered by the same
manufacturer or a similar one if the company is no longer in business.
I hereby certify that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, the
fact contained in this report are true and correct.
This report is submitted without prejudice and for the benefit of whom