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Solstice Moon

Location: Kingston, ON - Kingston Marina 

Stay-Sail Schooner in sail away condition. This is a proven "go anywhere" bluewater cruiser with a history in the film industry.  A unique attraction vessel suitable for tall ship events or charter. There is ample space for a live aboard family to cruise the seven seas.

Price: $95,000 CDN

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Watch "Solstice Moon" under full sail and explore her grand traditional interior spaces on the link provided below

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Custom one off production. Mono hull "stay-sail schooner" sailing vessel. 

Make of Vessel: Custom Cecil Norris design

Manufacturer: Owner build. To the architectural design of Cecil Norris

Commissoned: 1981

Name of Vessel: Solstice Moon

 Hull Description: Composite

Engine- 4cyl John Deere,Model 4239, 85 brake HP deisel with Borg Warner Velvet Drive 2:1 with reverse gear fitted

Complete sail Inventory upon request. All invnetory cut by Soper Sails, Kingston Sail Loft  with the exeption of one fully battoned mainsail from Lee Sails Hong Kong.

A copy of most recent survey is only available upon request with serious inquiries. Please contact to book an apointment to step aboard this exquisite topsail schooner reminenscent of the grand period of sail with all the modern amenities.

Builders Dimensions:
Builders LOA: 56” 

Builder's LOD 50'

Builder's Beam: 13.10"

Builders Draft: 8 ft

Displacement:       lbs

Hull - Green

Deck - white

Boot/Cove - Red stripes

Hull & Deck Composition:

Construction detail employs 7 1/2 tons of cobalt steel heat treated spring steel core material The layup consisted of a continuose layer from the deck opening in a 60 degree diagonal, completely around the full and around the gunnels. to the other side of the deck opening, with a spacing of 2 1/4 inches apart from the net re-enforced rod or wire. This layer was followed with another of the opposite 60 degree, also spaced 2 1/4 apart. A final horizontal layer was placed again with a spacing of 2 1/4' and than ten layers of 3/4' galvanixed steel netting. 

The mortal was made of five different grades of pure oven dried crushed quartz silicia sand. The Portland was a special saltwater proof cement manufactured by St. Lawrence Cement Company to Type #5 specs, containing colcanic fly ash. Chromium Trioxide anti galvanic agent was added to the mix water. 

After completion of the full, a large polyethylene envelope was placed over the entire structure, and a portable steam plant was brought in with an operator to maitain 100% humidity at 180 degree for 24 hours, in order to ensure reaching maximum technical concrete strength. 

A substantial brightwood bowsprit is fitted. 

The rudder is built of wood/expoxy composite. 



Privateer Yacht Sales 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



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Peter Milley, President of Brigantine Inc/ Canadian Tallship Expeditions is past Chairman of the Canadian Sail Training Association. An Individual Member and Director of CSTA was elected Dec 17, 2011 to the executive as Secretary of this organization representing Canadian Tallships and sail training vessels.

Brigantine Inc/Canadian Tallship Expeditions and the Sail Training Vessel, St Lawrence II participated in all the Canada 150 Tall ship port events on the Great Lakes and Maritimes in 2017. During 2018 to present, we have operated in the Great Lake and upper Gulf of St. Lawrence with trainees from across Canada. This included a number of youths from Nunavut and the Yukon Territories. If you have a son, daughter or grandchild interested in a life changing tallship experience, with an Brigantineintroduction to a professional marine career log into to book a berth for 2024 to sail Newfoundland and Labrador waters and visit the French Islands of St Pierre and Miquelon.  Visit us at Portsmouth Olympic Harbour  join the fun.   Brigantine Inc. founded 1954 ,is the oldest contineous traditional sail training program in the western hemisphere. 

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The Brigantine Inc. website has the 2024 sailing schedule;
Fair winds and following seas in 2023. Book now to sail with youth from across Canada from Lunenburg Nova Scotia to Newfoundland and Labrador waters with a visit to the French Islands of St Pierre and Miquelon.

We are quickly advancing into the 2024 sailing season and it's a great time to purchase. Don't miss out.. It's a "buyers market" and there are deals to be had.

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West Coast Canada Buyers: Let us arrange shipping. Used boats in Eastern Canada are plentlyful and the price of shipping can  offset by the high price of west coast boats.

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Please check our charity donation boat page to donate your boat to assist Briganitne Inc.s not-for-profit traditional sail training program for Kingston and Eastern Ontario youth.