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2001 Covey Island Cruiser

Annapolis, Maryland, United States


NANCY LAKIN is a unique, well engineered cruiser with exceptional versatility which will be much appreciated in thin water destinations such as the Bahamas or the Chesapeake. Systems such as the steadying sail and dinghy hoist are simple and effective. Service access to machinery is excellent. Fit and finish is to a high standard. Dave Gerr has combined cutting-edge naval architecture with a classic profile and Covey Island Boatworks has executed a special modern classic.


Basic Boat Info

Make: Covey Island
Model: Cruiser
Year: 2001
Condition: Used
Category: Power
Construction: Other
Boat Hull ID: cov34006d001
Has Hull ID: Yes


Length: 47'0 ft / 14.33 m
Length Overall: 47'3 ft / 14.4 m
Beam: 13'4 ft / 4.06 m
Max Draft: 2'6 ft / 0.76 m
Min Draft: 2'6 ft / 0.76 m
Displacement: 13,607.77 kg
Cabins Count: 2

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Cummins
  • Model: 220B 6cyl Turbocharged
  • Fuel: Diesel
Cruising Speed: 9.00 kn


Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 1,514 L
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 681 L
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 151 L


Heads Count: 2
Windlass Type: Electric
Boat Class: Trawlers, Pilothouse, Motor Yachts


Scott Carroll
Atlantic Yacht Sales


Atlantic Yacht Sales
4425 Hwy 3
Chester, NS, CA, B0J 1J0
The Company 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.



New Raymarine radar, chart plotter, depth sounder, auto pilot, Ais send and receive, rudder angle indicator

New electronic panel

 New inverter 

 New Xantrex battery monitor 

 New rolls batteries house, engine, genset

 New Balmar 210 alternator 

 New a c units

 New fireboy system

 New fireproof rockwool material for hatches

 New GFI's. 

 New exhaust elbow for generator

 New seals in port lights

 New gaskets for wheelhouse windows

 New forward head

 New fixtures in forward and rear heads

 New propane control switch

 New swim platform

 New shaft packing

 New Pettit anti fowling bottom paint

 New Awlgrip topside site paint

 New cushion covers, forward bunk and rare state room

 New deck canopy cover

 New anti fouling paint on propeller and tuning

 New zincs 

 New headliners throughout the boat

 New overhead led lights

 New mast lights

 New solar vents

 New horn compressor

 New navigation lights

 New and inverter




Vessel Overview

NANCY LAKIN is a unique, shoal-draft cruiser with comfortable accommodations for four or five. Wood/epoxy construction by the notable Covey Island Boatworks is more robust than conventional fiberglass and as easily maintained. Nancy Lakin can cruise in 3’ of water and can be “dried-out” without concern, opening up cruising grounds that are unavailable to most.


Nancy Lakin offers fore and aft staterooms with galley and dining in the pilothouse. Beginning forward is a conventional Vee-berth arrangement with head compartment and separate stall to port and a galley down the starboard side. A convertible dining table, opposite to port, will dine with six or convert to a double berth. Aft and down three steps is a bright and comfortable cabin with private head which opens into the cockpit. The port settee includes a Pullman above, a single berth is opposite to starboard. With all berths occupied, Nancy Lakin could cruise with as many as seven. The cockpit is an important social space on the yacht, available for alfresco dining and water access. Fit and finish throughout is to an exceptional standard with a variety of varnished hardwoods, white hull ceilings and headliners. No space is wasted


NANCY LAKIN was constructed with Covey Island Boatworks wood/epoxy protocol utilizing strip-style clear Douglas fir, stainless fastened and wetted out on four sides, sheathed with mat and E-glass on the exterior with three coats of epoxy on the interior. This technique has been commended by surveyors worldwide and officially recognized by the EU as the “Covey Island Technique” surpassing all scantling requirements for CE certification. For grounding purposes, a 3/8” stainless plate is fitted and affixed to the bottom.

Engine / Machinery

Cummins 220B 6 cyl. Turbocharged Diesel •

AquaDrive Anti-Vibration System ZF Marine

Turbine 75/900 Max P-30 Twin Fuel Filters

Fuel Tanks 200 gals (port and starboard, total 400 gals

FloScan 6520-RTY-22 Fuel Flow Sensor

Wema Tank Level Indicator - Fuel, Water, Waste

Capilano Teleflex Sea Star Hydraulic Steering System


Lowrance Chartplotter (2013)

Raytheon 24” 4 kw Radome Scanner (2013)

Raystar 120 WAAS GPS 

ICOM IC-M502 VHF Transceiver

FusionCD Player with ipod dock (2013)

ACR RLB-37 406 mgh GPS EPIRB

Robertson AP20 autopilot, with Octopus Reversing Pump Model 1212

KVH Azimuth AZ1000R Digital Compass (2)

Raytheon ST60 Depth/Speed Indicator, with Flybridge Repeater

FireBoy MA2-600-FE241 with Discharge Alarm

Electrical Equipment

Lugger Northern Lights M673L 6 KW Genset

Heart Interface Freedom 30 Inverter/Charger 

Heart Interface Link 2000 Controller/Regulator

KCB 63 amp Galvanic Isolator

Balmar 9421064 series 210 amp Alternator

Balmar MC-612 Voltage Regulator

AGM 245 amp 8A8D HouseBattery (3)

Gel Cell 95 amp Generator Start Battery

Gel Cell 183 amp Main Engine Start Battery

Deck Equipment

Muir Atlantic VRC (Vertical Reversing Capstan) Windlass

250’ ” BBB Chain, in bow chain locker 

200’ ” nylon, with 12’ ¼” Chain, in bow locker

200’ ” polypro, on stern reel

55’ Delta on bow roller Fortress FX-16 lunch anchor on forward deck house

Fortress FX-37 stern anchor 

Fortress FX-37 storm anchor, disassembled in locker •

Shurflo Blaster 3.5 gpm Washdown Pump

3’ X 5’ US Ensign, on stern staff 

2 ½’ X 4’ US Ensign, on long shaft for use above inflatable 

Bow staff for yacht club burgee (2)

10’ Trinka sailing dinghy on fitted chocks with large and small rigs

8’ West Avon inflatable with stern raising gear 

3.3 HP Mercury outboard (2000) 

Mast and boom tackle easily hoists the sailing dinghy to the bridgedeck


Force 10 Model 73351 3-burner propane stove with oven 

Xintex S-2A Fume Detector/Propane Solenoid Control

Two propane tanks

Adler Barbour Super Cold Machine frig

Water Tanks 90 gals ( port and starboard, total 180 gals)

Dinner service (large plates, salad plates, mugs, stainless cutlery) for six & other assortment of galley

Interior Amenities

Blake Lavac Vacuum Head (2)

20 gal poly holding tank with Dometic T12 Macerator and Discharge Pump (fwd)

20 gal Stainless Steel holding tank with sea drain (aft)

Jabsco ParMax Heater

CruiseAir SMX2 Direct Expansion with Remote Condensing Units (2)

FX10C-P (10,000 BTU) • FX16C-P (16,000 BTU) 

ProHeat X45 Cabin Furnace (40,000 BTU hot water) 

Acuheat Marine Cabin Heater (3)



Spare parts kits for Cummins main engine and Northern Lights genset •

Numerous spare parts for other equipment and systems 

International code flag set

Chain/rope locker for second anchor rode 

New awning and canvas on upper helm station 2015 

New upholstery (Sunbrella) 2013

Exterior side window shades 2015

Steadying sail provides roll dampening underway and at rest


The Company 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.