46′ Outbound, 2011

Scrumpy is a very well equipped Outbound 46 that is truly turn key and ready to go cruising. Featuring a Leisure Furl furling boom, electric halyard winch, air conditioning/ reverse cycle heat, generator, and much more.

If you are looking for a turn key proven performance bluewater performance cruising sailboat Scrumpy is the boat you have been looking for. She has been very well maintained by the owner and is now available for significantly less than a new Outbound 46 would cost to build.

Price: $ 475,000 USD
Located: Rockhall, MD
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Engine/Fuel Type: Single Diesel Inboard
Reference No: out046s006

ENGINE 1: Yanmar 4JH5-TE  75HP / 1100 HOURS

LOA: 46′ / 14.02 meters
LWL: 40’3″ / 12.2 meters
BEAM: 13’6″ / 4.14 meters
DRAFT: Max: 5’6″ / 1.7 meters
BALLAST: 10,000
BRIDGE CLEAR: 63′ 3″ / 19.3 meters
ACCOMODATIONS: Guests: 7 in 2 Cabins

BUILDER: Outbound Yachts
DESIGNER: Carl Schumacher
TYPE: Performance Cruiser
BUILT: 2011
Fuel: 190 Gals Total Capacity Fiberglass / 719 liters
Water: 200 Gals Total Capacity Fiberglass / 757  liters
Holding: 60 Gals Total Capacity Fiberglass / 227 liters


Forward is the master cabin with an offset Pullman Berth . The forward cabin has plenty of light and ventilation with a large opening Lewmar hatch over the berth, 4 opening ports and two dorades. The master cabin also features a large private head with separate shower stall.

Moving aft and up one step is the salon which has s large U-shaped settee to port with a high/low table that also folds in to allow easy access to the outboard storage areas. It can also be lowered to coffee table height or with the addition of the filler cushions you can transform the settee into a large double berth. Across the cabin is the starboard settee that has an 800 amp hour battery bank beneath it as well as a liquor locker outboard (whose door folds down to form a unique drink table). Both port and starboard settees make excellent sea berths.

Next comes the large nav station to port with a nav desk that makes an excellent ships office. Across from nav station is the large U-shapped proper galley with lots of counter space and storage, which has proven to be a real joy to work in both offshore and at anchor. Aft of the galley is the aft head with a door that provides access to one of the prize features on an Outbound, the mechanics room, which allows you direct access to systems, provides storage for you tools and spares along with allowing you to stand up when you open the lazaret hatch and work at the workbench and provide light and ventilation into the mechanic room.

Opposite the aft head and mechanics room on the starboard side is the aft cabin which features a double berth with two drawers under the berth and large sliding lockers to the side and foot of the berth. There is also a hanging locker and shelves in the aft cabin. With two ports opening into the cockpit and an over head hatch that is under the dodger this cabin is well ventilated and is very comfortable both offshore and at anchor.

Hull and Deck
• 100% hand-laid solid fiberglass hull lamination (schedule designed by Carl Schumacher, NA)
• Vinylester resin in outer layers for superior blister resistance
• Knitted bi-axial fiberglass cloth throughout lamination for added impact resistance
• Additional hull reinforcement in bottom, turn of bilge, and bow sections
• Ashland Max Guard brand ISO-NPG gelcoat for long lasting shine and durability
• Boot and Cove stripes painted with fade resistant linear polyurethane paint
• Heavy duty longitudinal/floor/mast step/engine bed system
• All bulkheads, floors (athwartship stringers), and longitudinals bonded securely to hull while in the mold
• All furniture bonded direct to hull and deck where appropriate for added strength
• No-liner interior construction provides direct access to entire hull
• Molded pyramid nonskid in Max Guard contrasting color.. “Moon Dust”
• Deck fastened and sealed with 3M 5200 polyurethane adhesive/sealant and through-bolted on 4 inch centers to 3” inward molded flange intregal to hull lamination
• Teak toe rail through-bolted to hull deck joint
• Bulkheads securely bonded on their entire perimeter, hull and deck
• Hull and keel molded as a single lamination to eliminate keel bolts and to provide 18 inch deep bilge sump
• 6500 pound lead ballast inside molded keel shell laminated with the hull itself
• 3500 pound lead bulb for maximum righting moment
• Watertight bulkhead 7 feet from bow
• Upper, lower, and intermediate shroud stainless steel chain plates through-bolted direct to main bulkhead, inboard for upwind sheeting angles
• Balanced spade rudder with 4 inch diameter stainless steel rudder post
Deck Features
• Teak toe rail
• T shaped cockpit with long seats for sleeping and lounging outside
• Diamond nonskid on cockpit seats to reduce clothing chafe
• 32 inch high helmsman “Bishop Seat” for comfortable offshore driving
• Molded 3” foredeck bulwark topped by 2.5” toerail for offshore safety
• Primary winches located in easy reach of helmsman
• 32” wide transom opening for easy access to transom swim/boarding platform and to provide instant cockpit drainage
• 30 inch high 1.25” diameter lifeline stanchions with 316 stainless steel 1×19 double lifelines
• Upper (¼”) and lower (3/16”) 1×19 stainless steel lifelines
• 4 Pelican hook boarding gates: port, starboard, and aft solid bar swing gate
• 1.25” diameter stainless steel stern pulpit surrounds entire cockpit
• Large cockpit lazarette for easy access stowage and to provide ventilation and light for servicing auxiliary equipment installed under the cockpit
• Liferaft stowage box (30”x16”x12”) under helm seat for easy deployment
• 4 Wichard folding safety harnesses padeyes installed in cockpit
• USCG approved stowage locker for 2 20# aluminum propane tanks (1 tank provided)
• Recessed engine control in seat back adjacent to pedestal controls, acrylic cover
• Stainless steel grab rails within continuous reach along cabin top
• Four stainless steel dorade vent guards and cowls mounted on molded deck boxes
• Molded sea hood with integral instrument box in easy view of entire cockpit
• Large dodger breakwater for easy dodger design and installation, molded pass through for lines led to cockpit
• Seven Lewmar tinted acrylic Ocean hatches (2 size 60, 6 size 10)
• Stainless steel swim/man overboard boarding ladder
• Six 12 inch stainless steel mooring cleats mounted on stainless rub plates
• Large bow sail/deck gear locker with watertight bulkhead and easy access to anchor rode
• Work bench, 6 drawers, cabinete in lazarette
• Fiberglass drop boards for stern opening
• Yanmar 4JH5-TE 75 HP freshwater cooled diesel with 100 Amp Balmar alternator.
• Yanmar C-Type engine control panel and alarms located adjacent to helm (tachometer, hour meter, engine temperature and oil pressure gauges, warning lights and alarms)
• Waterlift muffler with 3” diameter exhaust hose
• Racor 500 fuel filter
• Bronze seawater strainer
• Whitlock/Lewmar single lever shift and throttle control mounted on pedestal
• Morse engine control cables
• 1.5 inch stainless steel propeller shaft
• 3 blade Flexifold folding propeller
• Hinged companionway and two lift off side panels provide full access to engine
• Engine compartment sound insulation
• Engine compartment utility light
• 190 gallons of fuel capacity in four FRP tanks located under the cabin sole over the keel
• Fuel tanks vent to midship stanchions – well above waterline when heeled
• Fuel supply, fuel return, water manifolds, and battery switches located in dedicated locker for easy operation and monitoring
• Raymarine E90W – 9″ MFD chart plotter at helm
• Raymarine ST6002 Autopilot control at helm
• Icom Command Mic for VHF at helm
• Raymarine e7 – 7″ MFD chart plotter at companionway
• Three Raymarine ST60+ displays at companionway (Wind, Tridata, Graphic Display)
• Icom 504 VHF Radio at nav station
• Icom M802 SSB with AT-140 tuner at nav station
• ST60+ Graphic/Multi display at Nav station
• Raymarine AIS 500
• Raymarine 4Kw 24″ Quantum Radar
• Raymarine Autopilot with Linear Type 2 long stroke drive, and wireless remote
• Raymarine ST6002 Autopilot control at helm
• Raymarine RD424D Digital Radar
• ABYC approved corrosion resistant tinned copper wire
• Marinco 110 volt / 30 amp shore power cord and deck fitting.
• 50’ Marinco 30 Amp shore power cord
• Ten 110 volt electrical outlets
• Separate on/off switches for house and engine batteries
• Cross-connect switch allows house bank to be used to start engine if required
• 800 Amp hour house battery bank
• Battery combiner for automatic house and engine battery segregation
• Xantrex MS 2000 Watt Inverter/charger with remote panel
• 3.5 KW NextGen AC generator (200 hours)
• Custom backlit electrical panel with AC/DC amperage and voltage display, battery monitor, bilge pump switch
• Xantrex Link 10 house battery monitor
• Electrical panel hinged for easy access
• 12V utility plugs at chart table, helm, forward locker, forward stateroom.
• ABYC approved bonding system
• Copper ground strap glassed to hull at waterline for SSB ground plane
• PVC conduits provided for future wiring installations
• Wiring led clear of bilge where possible
• 200 gallon fresh water capacity in two tanks located under the cabin sole, over the keel
• 11 gallon Isotherm stainless steel hot water heater
• Par 12 volt fresh water pump
• Shurflow saltwater deck/anchor wash down pump, plumbed for fresh and sea water
• Rule 5 year 2000 electric bilge pump with float switch with indicator light in the cockpit
• Second high-water electric bilge pump also with float switch and indicator light in the cockpit
• Helm mounted Whale Gusher 10 manual bilge pump
• Cabin mounted Whale Gusher 10 manual bilge pump
• Bronze flush mounted through hulls with sea cocks, labeled for easy identification
• Transom mounted hot and cold fresh water shower
• Manual Raritan PHII toilet in the aft head
• Manual Raritan PHII head in forward head
• Deck discharge for both heads
• Toilets plumbed for fresh and sea water
• Salt water manifold for Galley foot pump, aft head intake, generator, spare with strainer
• Whitlock/Lewmar Cobra Enguard pedestal direct drive steering with friction brake
• 44” diameter Destroyer stainless wheel with leather cover, which is removable and can be stored on the side rail to open up the cockpit when at port
• 5” Ritchie Globemaster SP-5C Pedestal mounted steering compass
• Stainless steel emergency tiller
• U-Shaped galley for safe offshore use
• Corian counters with 2” fiddles featuring integral hand holds
• Three burner Force 10 propane stove with thermostatically controlled oven
• Polished stainless stove crash bar with welded eyes for cook’s safety belt
• Scanvik polished stainless steel double 8” deep sink
• Scanvik faucet assembly
• Jabsco salt water foot pump
• Jabsco fresh water foot pump
• 9.5 cubic foot icebox with minimum 4” foam insulation includes sliding tray
• Double opening icebox top, separate refer/freezer compartments
• 5 drawers, sliding trash bin, rolltop microwave cabinet, and louvered lockers
• Large dedicated food pantry under counter
• Remote propane shutoff switch
• Additional dishware locker above sinks
Aft Cabin
• 48” wide quarter berth, 5” foam mattress
• 2 drawers under bunk.
• Hanging locker and 4 shelf locker
• Sliding storage lockers over bunk
• Open stowage shelf for personal items at head of bunk
• Three opening ports
• One Lewmar Ocean hatch
• Two halogen reading lamps
• One Canteluppi Red/White Dome light
Aft Head
• Seamless fiberglass construction from cabin sole to counter for easy cleaning
• Polished Corian counter tops with Corian fiddle
• Stainless steel sink
• Scandik faucet
• Raritan PHII manual head plumbed for fresh and sea water
• Lewmar Ocean hatch
Main Salon
• Semi-raised salon provides excellent natural lighting
• High/low dinning folding dining table which drops down to form a large double berth
• 7 foot rectangular dinette designed so outboard bench can be used as a sea berth
• 7 foot straight couch style settee (doubles as starboard midships sea berth)
• Fold down cocktail table in center of starboard settee with bottle stowage outboard
• Ergonomically designed foam cushions with lumbar and thigh support
• Ultraleather fabric on the cushions
• CD and book storage
• Storage compartments accessed through hinged and positive locking doors behind settee and dinette backs
• Generous storage under dinette and settee
• Padded vinyl removable overhead panels with traditional teak trim throughout overhead
• Lewmar acrylic Ocean hatch over table
• Reading lamps at each corner of settee and dinette
Forward Cabin
• Pullman double berth on port side of cabin with four drawers and bulk storage area under bunk
• Two large hanging lockers to starboard with built in dresser in between
• Sliding storage lockers above the berth
• Reading lamps over bunk
• One Lewmar 60 Ocean hatch
• Dorade with inside closure
• 4 Opening ports
Forward Head
• Large molded separate stall shower with molded seat and hand held shower
• Corian counters with Corian fiddle
• Scandvik faucet
• Stainless steel sink
• Raritan PHII manual head plumbed for fresh and sea water
Ground Tackle
• Divided self draining chain locker easily accessible from forward stowage locker
• Custom stainless double anchor roller
• Molded scupper aft of bow roller to catch water brought aboard with anchor chain
• Lewmar Ocean 4 Windlass with capstan
• Lewmar handheld windless remote control
• 200 feet 5/16 Hi test anchor chain
• 55# Delta anchor
• Fortress FX-37 stern anchor and 200’ 3-strand rode, 40 feet chain
• 6 12” stainless steel mooring cleats
Sailing Hardware
• Keel stepped Sparcraft double spreader mast with 316 stainless steel 1X19 continuous standing rigging
• Internal mast wiring conduits
• Split backstay for easy access to transom
• T900 Spectra low stretch Main and Genoa halyards
• Low stretch Staysail halyard
• 2 low stretch spinnaker halyards
• Main and staysail halyards led to cockpit – Lewmar stoppers
• Mainsheet led to cabin top – Lewmar stopper
• Leisure Furl furling boom
• Forespar aluminum spinnaker pole on mast track with topping lift
• Genoa on a Harken roller furler
• Solent on a Harken roller furler
• 4 Schaefer “Clear Step” furling lead blocks
• Genoa and solent furling lines led to stoppers near helm
• Adjustable ball bearing Lewmar genoa and solent cars which can be adjusted from the cockpit
• Lewmar self tailing winches:
• 2 Primaries #65 self tailing Lewmar chrome winches
• 2 Mainsheet/halyard/reef on house #48 STC, one is electric and one is manual
• 2 on mast #40 STC, two speed self tailing chrome
• Lewmar Ocean 3 mainsheet traveler with 4:1 control lines and Harken cam cleats
• 13 feet Lewmar Ocean 3 Genoa Track (port & starboard)
• 2 Lewmar Ocean 3 Genoa lead blocks with plunger pins
• 2 Lewmar end stop sheet leads
• 2 Lewmar Ocean deck organizers – 4 sheaves
• Genoa sheets, solent sheets, main sheet
• Forespare boom vang with control line led to cockpit – Lewmar stopper
• Windex 15 spar fly on masthead
• 2 Lewmar 10 inch lock in Power Grip winch handles
• Hood Vectran full batten Main
• Hood Vectran 140 % Genoa
• Hood Vectran 75% Solant Jib
• Aquasignal Bow, Stern, Anchor lights
• Aquasignal Steaming and Deck light combo
• Imtra white/red dome style interior lighting
• Courtesy/safety lighting throughout the cabin sole
• Individual reading lamps in each cabin
• Task lighting in engine compartment, lazarette, and forward sail/chain locker
• Automatic locker lights in hanging and pantry lockers
Interior Features
• Semi-raised salon design to provide long term liveaboard comfort
• 6’4” headroom
• Teak interior
• Satin interior varnish, 5 coats
• Varnished Teak and Holly cabin sole
• Generous handholds throughout interior
• Positive locking floorboards
• Positive locking locker buttons
• Louvered doors and cabinet doors for ventilation
• Mobella door handles
• 10 Lewmar Ocean portlights
• 9 Lewmar Ocean hatches (6 size 00, 2 size 60’s, 1 size 65)
• 4 dorades with internal closures and deck plates
• Padded vinyl removable overhead panels with traditional cherry trim throughout overhead
• Three step, 19” wide companionway for easy and safe access to cabin
• No bridgedeck design for easy access to and from cockpit and cabin
• Three acrylic storm drop boards
• Hinged cabin doors with key lock – removable for sailing
• Dust trap at base of companionway with teak grate
Navigation Station
• Forward facing chart table across from galley
• Large desk makes an excellent ships office
• Drawer unit including file drawer for ships papers
• Instrument box located outboard and above chart table surface
• Hinged custom electrical panel for ease of access across from the nav station below the galley counter.
• Fuel and water manifold system next to the electrical panel which is also easy to access
• AC and DC volt and amp meters, battery monitor, and auto bilge pump switch custom built into panel
• Link 10 (Xantrex) battery monitor for house bank
• Aquasignal chart lights (2 – one red, one white)
Additional items/ features
  • Outbound dinghy davits
  • Reverse cycle heat and air conditioning
  • Leisure Furl furling boom
  • 3.5 KW NexGen AC generator
  • 5’6″ shoal draft