1971 Hughes 29 - "Trillium"
Location: BQYC - Belleville, Ontario.
Originally Trillium was purchased by current owner in 2009 and professionally re engineered in 2010. The refit included a new twin cylinder Vetus M2C3 diesel engine, outputting 12 HP. Other modifications included a revision of the deck and cockpit drainage system. Engine was purchased from "No Problem Inc." In Kingston, Ontario. Professionally installed, along with drive shaft, stuffing box (with lubricator), cutlass bearing and three blade propellor by "Bolton Marine".
Engine, gearbox, water filter, stuffing box are all made very accessible by cockpit floor access hatches. A 25 litre plastic fuel tank with all lines and racor primary fuel filter were installed in 2010. Hull above the waterline has been professionally buffed and polished twice since purchased in 2009. The hull below the waterline has had bottom paint applied annually, recently with Aquaguard. Deck awl gripped in 2008. Stored annually with mast down and with a cotton canvas Harborgard cover, made in sections using boom, wood and spinnaker spar for supporting spine.
For the past six years the vessel has sailed eastern Lake Ontario and apprears to be very seaworthy. Great condition.
Make of Vessel: Hughes
Manufacturer:Hughes Boat Works Ltd.
Designer: Howard Hughes
Name of Vessel: Trillium
Hull Description: Green
HIN: 3075 -574
Model Year: 1971
Date of Manufacture: 1971
Engine - Vetus M2C3 Mitsubishi 2009
Builder’s LOA: 29 feet 3 inches
Builder’s Beam: 8 feet 1 inches
Builder’s draught: 4 feet 5 inches
Displacement: 6500 lbs.
Rig Type: Masthead Sloop
Balance Type: Lead keel, bolted to hull
29 foot sailing sloop with single inboard engine.
Found on Board
Sink with manual pump
Running rigging, and all halyards
Mainsheet and hood continuous line
New furler line in 2015
AM/FM boombox radio by Sound Concepts (Located in Belleville)
Origo alcohol stove (purchased in 2011) /3 containers of methyl hydrate fuel
Zodiac inflatable - Very good condition with custom cover, oars and maual/electric pumps
2 Water tanks
Toolbox - Includes essential tools
12V batteries- #2
120V power cord (heavy guage- 40ft.)
Interior cushions (very good condition)
Raymarine depth sounder - Thru-hull - New in 2010
Raymarine auto pilot - New in 2015
Megellan hand GPS
Bad Elf GPS Pro (rechargeable, for use with electronic chart tablet)
Compass on binnacle
4 winches on coamings
Wheel steering and brake
VHF Radio -Standard Horison - New in 2010
Flaf staff (stern)
Decklight - Mast and headlight
Jib and mainsail halyard winches on mast, with winch handle holster
Standing rigging: Both cap shrouds/fore and back stays replaced in 2015
Bumpers - 5 Large size/5 Medium size
Jib hole (telescoping, aluminium)
Seattle rescue sling
Multipurpose cover for dodger, or as boom awning. With attached apron for extra wheel cover
Vetus oil filter replacements
Issues with the vessel
Engine unaccountably leaks about half a cup of coolant after liftout every fall.
In 2015, Loyalist Marina revisd steering wheel cable system. Cable and one pulley wheel were replaced. Suggested replace two other pulley wheels in 2016 due to wear.
Two chain plates pulled loose (Port forward lower shround four years ago, and port cap shroud two years ago. All six chain plate boxes professionaly stablized with epoxy.
120 jib (2009)
New 110 & 80 jib
New mainsail (under construction)
Yankee storm jib
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