The Samson 51 has is a well-built yacht with a strong hull and good ones. Her layout would make for an outstanding nautical liveaboard or a classic vessel for charter. She has a solid Ferro-cement hull which makes her steady in all kinds of conditions. She sails very upright on her full keel because she has a very low center of gravity and a 30-ton weight. The Sampson ketch rigged with two aluminum masts and stainless steel stays.
The deck is made of double planked yellow cedar and the bulkheads are made of Swamp Ash. The interior is made of tach and mahogany. Inside there are three full-size bunks and one single bunk. Step outside to a beautiful wheelhouse. The galley is large with plenty of space and countertops. The galley has a 10-gallon hot water heater, a refrigerator, and a propane stove/oven. Next to the galley is a fold-out dining table and the settee provides a comfortable place to enjoy your morning coffee. The dinette has a full chart of the local Puget Sound waters set into the tabletop The Sampson is powered by a Westerbeke 115 hp, 6 cylinder diesel engine. On deck, she has both solar panels and a portable generator to for all of your electrical needs.
The Samson is a very unique ketch with great headroom and a very spacious flat deck. This is a one-of-a-kind vessel and ready for her next owner who can bring her back to her full beauty and glory.
Thailand Handcarved Trim
flat deck - lots of room
Extremely Stable in all Sailing Conditions
Hand Sewn Hanks on the cutter sails and reacher
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