For sale: Lazy Jack 32
2 masted schooner
fiberglass hull, aluminum spars
located in Tiverton, RI

This is a Lazy Jack 32, 2 masted schooner designed by Ted Brewer and purchased from Ted Herman's Boat Shop on Long Island, NY in 1977. Sailed Chesapeake Bay in the 80's and 90's but life got in the way of completing the dream. If your looking for a solid hull boat and do not mind manual labor this could be just what you are looking for! If interested email or give me a call and leave a message (text would be better and I will call you back on my home phone) and come by and see it. You can find other Lazy Jack's on the internet for comparison but this is a custom build. 1st thing you will notice are the 5 port holes on each side where the original only had 3. Looking way below what a pristine boat this size would cost. Much included to get you up and sailing.

Web site is a work in progress, updated 14Aug 2K19

Text me at (401) 855 - 3714 or email if interested
Boat in it's prime
Current picture

More info:
I bought the hull, deck, cabin insert, standing rigging, sails and 50 HP Perkins diesel back in '77 from the builder and had it trucked to Seaford, Virginia. The engine was setup at the marina and I did all the wood work and rigging to the point that we could sail Chesapeake Bay, which we did, but the boat was never what I would call completely finished. We moved it up to Rhode Island in '95 and it has been sitting next to the garage since then. The hull is in great shape and teak (cabin doors, dorade boxes, wood cleats) are in good shape but most of the exterior wood is white oak and needs to be replaced. The cabin interior was useable but never finished. I have not had the sails out of the bags in years but I pulled the jib out recently. Looks like it is in good shape but has some stains. The standing rigging has been in the cabin and is in good shape. Most of the running rigging is in my garage but just realized recently a couple lines are still on the mast and the lines may need to be replaced (line in equipment list below)

If your looking for a boat and are handy with tools and wood work this could be just what you are looking for!

List of equipment:

  • Fog horn
  • 50 HP Perkins diesel & instrument panel (installed)
  • Running and standing rigging
  • Brass cabinet door hinges & latches
  • Brass oil lamp (installed)
  • Force 10 kerosene cabin heater and fuel tank (installed)
  • Anchor light, battery powered
  • 3 12 volt reading lamps
  • 2 collapsible water tanks
  • Holding tank
  • Manual fresh water foot pump (installed)
  • Flare gun kit
  • SS sink in galley (installed)
  • SS sink for head
  • 12 volt search light
  • Life line stanchions (previously installed but removed for storage)
  • Bulkhead mounted compass (installed)
  • Hand held compass
  • 3 12 volt fans
  • SS & teak Helm foot rest
  • Self steering vane
  • Dock power cable
  • Bosun's chair
  • Assorted SS hardware (nuts, bolts, screws, etc.)
  • Some teak and hardwood lumber