SOLD – 36′ Murray Peterson Coastal Cruiser - ID: 42034


Launched 1962
LOA 48' 0"
LOD 36' 6"
LWL 29' 1"
Beam 11' 6"
Gross Tons 10
Net Tons 8

SOLD – 36′ Murray Peterson Coastal Cruiser

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North Star is a shining example of Murray Peterson’s Coastal Cruiser design. Built in Camden, ME the boat underwent a significant rebuild in 2002. The current owner purchased the boat in 2003 and has provided North Star with excellent annual care. A 2017 Paul Haley survey is available upon request.

North Star is in Falmouth, MA available for viewing.


Builder: Malcolm Brewer, Camden Shipbuilding in Camden, Maine

Year Built: 1962 / Rebuilt: 2002



Topsides: Carvel Planked Mahogany

Bottom: Carvel Planked Mahogany

Stem: Clipper bow with Oak stem (new 2002)

Stern: Transom stern

Frames: 1-3/4″ x 1-3/4″ Steam bent Oak on 10″ centers

Floor Timbers: 1-3/4″ Oak sided on 10″ centers

Fasteners: 2-1/4″ x 14 Bronze screws and copper anchor fast nails

Deck Beams: 1-1/2″ x 1-3/4″ on 11″ centers

Decks: Caulked and laid teak

Keel: Full keel of oak with iron ballast

All keel bolts replaced with Monel in 2002 and 2003.

Deck Layout: Two deck houses over the main and forward cabins, each with two bronze openings, and separated by a bridge deck over the midships engine room. The two deck house roofs are sheathed in Dynal. The forward cabin has a butterfly opening skylight.


Fittings and Equipment:

Deck Hardward: Cast Bronze

Steering Gear: Worm gear with reverse wheel

Wind-vane Steering: Hydrovane auxiliary-rudder system mounted to transom

Ground Tackle: 

– Working Anchor: 45lb Plow (CQR) w/ 150′ of 3/8″ BBB chain followed by 150′ 3-strand 5/8″ nylon rope

-Secondary Anchor: 50lb Fisherman w/ 150′ of 3/8″ BBB chain followed by 150′ 3-strand 5/8″ nylon rope

-Storm Anchor: 75lb Fisherman w/ 50′ of 3/8″ BBB chain followed by 200′ 3-strand 3/4″ nylon rope on drum

Anchor Windlass: Horizontal manual windlass and vertacle 12-V ideal windlass

Small Boat: 8′ Lapstreak yacht tender


Navigation and Electronics:

Autopilot: Raymarine ST6001 controller w/ Type 2 rotary drive and Type 400G Autopilot Computer and fluxgate compass

The rotary drive is sheltered in the aft lazaretto and drive the aft end of the Edson Worm steering gear

Radio: ICOM IC-M56

GPS: Raymarine Raystar 125 plus GPS sensor

AIS: Raymarine 250 receiver

Sirius XM Audio and Weather Receiver: Raymarine SR150

Boat Speed / Distance / Depth Finder: Raymarine ST 60 Tridata

Wind and Speed: Raymarine ST 60 Wind

Navigation Multi-Function Display: Raymarine C120

Mounted on swing arm inside main cabin companion way, when swung easily visible to helms person. Networked to GPS antenna, wind, depth, speed, AIS and Autopilot.

Compass: Ritchie 5″ Superyacht in cockpit binnacle / Danforth berth telltale

Horn: Handheld freon canister

Bell: Brass

Running Lights: 12-V DC

Anchor Light: Kerosene / Hoistable 12-V LED

Deck Lights: Foredeck, Maindeck and Cockpit LED lights on mainmast and crosstrees

Storage Batteries: Engine: 2 12-V Deep Cycle AGM / House: 2 12-V 8-D AGM

Lighting System: 12-V DC Ships Service

Battery Installation: In Fiberglass lined Wood Box

Wiring: Multi-stranded PVC jacketed copper wire

Switchboard: 12-V Circuit breaker panel fed via MVP switch

Circuit Breaker: 12-V DC



Engine: Westerbeke / 44 B Four / 124877-E708

Installed new in summer 2008, and at layup in fall 2017 had 774 hours. Annually serviced, no issues with starting or performance in those 10 seasons.

Fuel: Diesel

No. Cyls: 4

RPM: 3000

HP: 44

Year: 2008

Speed: aprx. 6kt

Engine Bed: Oak

Engine Cooling: Closed Fresh Water

Ventilation: Atmosphere

Blower: 12-V

Fuel Pump: 12-V

Bowls: 3NG Filter

Filters: Racor

Exhaust Silencer: Stand Pipe

Cooled: Raw Water

Exhaust Line: Cooper pipe and hose

Engine Alternator: Balman Series 6 / 12-V Alternator rated at 150 amps

Charging regulator is a Balmer Max Charge 614 supplying the house battery bank, with  Balmer DuoCharge unit to charge the engine starting battery bank.

A manual bridging switch can parallel the house and starting battery to boost cranking power, or to more efficiently charge the engine battery than the duo charge.

Propeller: Feathering 3 Blade Luke installed 2013 / Reconditioned 2017 / Spare fixed blade 17″D x 10″P prop in storage

Propeller Shafts: Stainless Steel – new 2017

Bearings: Pillow new 2017

Rudder: Keel Hung – wood

Bilge Pumps: Two Rule 2000 units installed. Each wired to its own Rule Super Switch, with control switches in main cabin visible from the cockpit through the companionway.  Spare Rule 2000 pump and float switch aboard

Pumps: Manual hand in galley / hand held fresh water

Toilet: Wilcox Crittenden Type 51 Manual head w/ holding tank

Through Hull Fittings: Bronze Seacocks



Fuel: Diesel

No. and Capacity: 2 x 50 Gallons fit to hull

Material: Stainless steel

Filling Lines and Vents: Fuel rated fill hose – Copper vent

Bonded: No


Additional Fuel or Flammables: Kerosene


Water Tanks, No. & Capacity: 1-50 Gal

Location: Starboard engine room

Material: Stainless steel


Holding Tanks, No & Capacity: 1-EST 10

Location: Port engine room

Material: Polyvinyl


Gray Water Tank, No. & Capacity: 1 8 Gallon

Location: Starboard of engine

Material: Polyvinyl


Mast & Rigging

Mast: Foremast & Main Mast or Douglas Fir

Booms: All Fir

Standing Rigging: Stainless Steel wire with spliced ends and all seized

Running Rigging: Dacron 3 Strand


2012 sails by Nat Wilson, East Boothbay, ME and 2007 sails by Bohndell Sailmakers, Rockport, ME

Foresail (2012)

Fore Topsail (2012)

Mainsail (2012)

Main Topsail (2012)

Staysail (2012)

Jib (2012)

Yankee (2012)

Jib Topsail (2012)

Fisherman (2012)

Fore Course (2007)

Raffee (2007)

Additional Older and Miscellaneous Sails:


Storm Jib

Light Air full Yankee Jib Topsail


Extra Fisherman



Stove: Taylor s Model 030L Kerosene Brass Stove (2 burner top and 1 burner oven) w/ 1.5 Gallon pressurized supply tank in engine room. Stove new 2015.

Refrigeration: Top loading fiberglass lined ice box with engine driven sea frost refrigeration unit


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