Stardust is a 1966 twin engine 39′ Bunker and Ellis built in Southwest Harbor, Maine. She is one of only a few Bunker and Ellis hulls built with mahogany. Bunker and Ellis built 58 custom boats from 1945 to 1978. At 39 feet with twin-engines, Stardust is extremely maneuverable and seaworthy. This was one of four 39′ yachts that Raymond Bunker and Ralph Ellis built together.
DETAILS: 1 1/4″ mahogany planking over 2 1/2″ x 1 5/8″ oak frames. Oak keel, stem, stern & deck framing, floor timbers, deadwood, stern post, and guard rails. Bronze screw refastened 1995. Decks are 1-foot cedar painted buff. Cabin sides, pilot house, and coaming are varnished mahogany. Varnished mahogany toe and guard rails covered with SS half oval. Cockpit size is 9′ x 8’9″. Only 1750 hours on twin 350 HP 2007 Volvo marine engines. She sleeps a total of 5 below in 2 staterooms.
Rockport Marine and Ellis Boat Company each have estimates prepared for a complete restoration of Stardust. Please inquire to learn more.
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