Little Harbor 54 For Sale – JASMINE

Little Harbor 54 For Sale – JASMINE 150 150 Collection Yachts

1989 Little Harbor 54 For Sale



The popular Ted Hood Little Harbor 54′ is still at the forefront when it comes to style and pedigree. Jasmine has been maintained to the highest standards and has received two million dollars worth of upgrades in the last five years. Attention to every detail has been given and she looks as beautiful as she sails. Jasmine is hands down the finest Little Harbor on the water today.



Jasmine has gone through a comprehensive refit and her new teak decks, high gloss varnished joinery, and flawless stainless steel work only accentuate her already beautiful lines. A new rig, mast, and electric Leisure Furl boom were installed in 2018 making her sailing capabilities unparalleled by similar classics. A full array of B&G electronics equipment at the fingertips makes navigating a cinch. The walk-through from cockpit to deck is a great attribute seen on few center cockpit boats and is a great example of Ted Hood’s well-thought-out design.

Sail Plan

Jasmine has loads of sail options and can be sailed efficiently in any condition. The powerful new double spreader rig and electric leisure furl boom provides a larger sail area than her former in-mast furler. With her stylish carbon laminated sails it’s not uncommon to see nine knots under sail. The carbon fiber spinnaker pole makes deploying and gybing the spinnaker simple. There is a custom stainless steel bowsprit and a code 0 for lighter wind days can be flown from the sprit. The yacht can also be rigged with her stowaway inner forestay and sailed as a cutter rig.

Aft Deck

The wonderful aft deck of this center cockpit has two “gin and tonic” seats which are seamlessly integrated into the aft pulpit. Made from polished stainless steel and teak, these seats were also customized to be removable by pulling out a few pins. Under power or sail, guests can enjoy cocktails with an optimal vantage point. A view of the sails and the gorgeous juxtaposition of the stainless steel and high gloss brightwork greet passengers from the aft deck.

Center Cockpit

Jasmine has a practical center cockpit with space to eat or lounge. When trimming sails, every electric winch is within easy reach of the helm. The helm is complete with a new throttle and shift controls, a rebuilt steering system, and a leather bound wheel. Navigation is made easy by the B&G equipment mounted in a nav pod. At night, play your favorite tunes with stereo controls from the helm plotter and turn on the bimini LEDs which are dimmable and multi-colored.

Refinished Interior

Jasmine has a new custom interior. The sole of the boat has been completely removed, stripped down and refinished with a buffable awlcraft product. The owner also hired a designer to fit the boat with luxurious soft goods, making her extra comfortable throughout. While the sole was being refinished, all of the bilges and stringers were repainted. Each hatch lift has also been replaced. The level of care and detail that has been put into Jasmine is extraordinary and rare to see on a boat of this age.


The Salon has a large l-shaped settee to starboard and a dining table for six. The salon table also has an optional center line seat with adjustable back. Currently two teak sole panels sit in place of the seat giving the salon an open feel. Another settee sits to port with an aft-facing navigation station.


The u-shape galley is functional underway or at the dock. The front-load fridge and top-load freezer are spacious and easy to access. The new Dickenson range is gimbaled for cooking offshore. There is also additional freezer space in the well-situated bar area in the companionway that leads to the aft cabin.


Jasmine’s cabins feature beautiful teak joinery throughout, ample storage, and cedar lined closets with space for hanging clothes. The aft stateroom has split double berths and a private head with shower. This cabin also has a separate AC zone, making it an optimal space for sleeping. Forward on Jasmine, there is also a mid bunk cabin. It is situated across from the forward head/shower and features its own AC, storage lockers, and cedar lined hanging locker.

Forward Cabin Workroom

On a quality cruising sailboat, a place to work without damaging the fine interior is paramount. Jasmine is blessed with a workbench in the forward cabin with a stainless steel top. Bench cabinets overhead and below is a great spot to store your tools and spares. When extra guests are on board, a single berth sits across from the workbench. There is also ample space for sail storage and the large overhead hatch can be used to launch the spinnaker.

The Finest Little Harbor On The Water Today

Jasmine has gone through a complete refit inside and out. With a new rig, mast, electric Leisure Furl boom, and more, her sailing capabilities are unparalleled to similar classics.

Hull & Deck

Rigging & Sailing Hardware


Ground Tackle


The level of care and detail that has been put into Jasmine is extraordinary and rare to see on a boat of this age

Salon & Nav Station


Cabins & Heads

Forward Cabin Workroom


Little Harbor 54
Specs & Details


  • LOA: 54 FT
  • LWL: 43 FT 2 IN
  • BEAM: 15 FT
  • DRAFT MIN: 6 FT 3 IN
  • DRAFT MAX: 12 FT 10 IN
  • BALLAST: 19,000 LBS

Refit Overview

2015 Refit

  • Remove and Re-Build Ideal Windless, Re-chrome All Parts
  • Replace Seals On Electric Winches
  • Paint Gooseneck
  • Replace Heads With Fresh/Salt Water Raritan Quiet Flush Heads.
  • Generator, New Sea Water Pump
  • Paint Spinaker Pole
  • Create Bow Sprit
  • Replace 12 Volt Fans
  • Replace Name and Lettering
  • Service Refrigeration
  • Replace Lexan Instrument Gauge Cover
  • Service Spurs’
  • Replace 75’ of Sanitation Hose
  • Replace Main Engine Raw Water Pump
  • Replace Lexan Hatch Lenses
  • Paint the Hull 9-30-15
  • Paint the Mast and Boom
  • Replace all Hull window and Re Create Teak Frames
  • Create Canvas Covers For Bright Work
  • Rebuild Edson and Whale Bilge Pumps
  • Re-build Main Sail Furling Motor
  • Re-build Navtec Boom and Backstay adjusters
  • Remove and Replace All Mast Hardware
  • 20K In Rig Improvements (original mast)
  • Replace House Bank and Start Battery’s
  • Create Winch and Running Light Covers Teak Backrest Covers, Table Cover
  • Replace Oil Change Pump
  • Vented Loop and 100’ of Hard Wall Hose Replacement
  • Replace Saloon AC Unit
  • Paint Bilge
  • Full Varnish Exterior

2016 Refit

  • $40,000 All New B&G System Installed
  • $22,000 New KVH System Installed  (needs broadband upgrade 10K)
  • Custom Fabricated Antenna Array
  • Update Stereo System To JL Audio
  • Add Subwoofer and Chart Plotter Integration with Serious XM
  • Replace Teak Decks
  • Replace Acrylic Prisms
  • New Diesel Transfer Pump
  • New Dock Lines
  • Rebuild Nav Station Teak Panel
  • Replace All Through Teak Deck Bolts with 316 SS With Polished Heads.
  • Replace Deck Locker Hinges with Inset  Izzer Warren Flush Mount Hinges
  • Install New Water Maker
  • Re-fabricate New SS Deck Strake Plates
  • Re-Condition Sail Tracks
  • Create Custom Double Roller for New Anchor
  • Replace Anchor with New SS Design
  • Replace Barrient Delron Barings
  • Replace Shipman Range with New Dickenson Range
  • Varnish Interior
  • Replace Lenses in all Opening Hatches
  • Replace Hatch Seals
  • New SS work table Fwd Cabin
  • Custom Stainless Radar Brace Support
  • SS Vent Covers
  • Polish All Exposed SS Screw Heads
  • Re-Chrome Merriman Center Board Winch
  • Sand and Re-polish Durade Guards
  • Recondition Cleats and Fairleads
  • Create New Surrounds for Prism Frames
  • Re-Chrome Windless Parts
  • $36,000 Paint Cabin Tops and Cockpit
  • Create Stainless Steel Removable Bowsprit for Boat and Paint White. Integration to Secondary Anchor Rhode.
  • Re-build Alternators
  • Remove, Template, Rebuild and Replace Headliner panels
  • Replace Backstay Cylinder
  • Replace Refrigeration and Freezer with New 12 volt System
  • Replace Engine Exhaust Elbow
  • Rebuild Injection Pump
  • Refurbish Swim Ladders, Both Stainless and Teak
  • New Companionway Cover and Cockpit Table Cover
  • New Racor Filter 500MA30
  • Replace Boom Vang
  • $3,376.00 Major Engine Service for Cooling System
  • Replace Oil Change Pump
  • $1,800.00 In Sumbrella Covers
  • New Bilge Manifold

2017-2018 Refit

Jasmine returned from Tortola where she withstood Hurricane Irma, though not fully unscathed. While she stood in her cradle she suffered damage to her mast and rig, and her toe rail. Waiting to untangle the boat from the pile took moths, which had adverse effect on some of her other equipment. Once back in Lauderdale the owner decided to bring the vessel back to better than her former glory. This included a brand new Seldon mast (150K) and all rod rigging, a Leisure Furl boom, Full electronics refit, $43,000 in custom Stainless work and many many improvements. The full Refit bill was $675,000.00

  • Replace Bilge with new Gia PM40
  • Noise Filters on Engine and Generator
  • Rebuild Fresh Water Pump, Install New Board
  • Replace Stern Pulpit
  • Replace forward pulpit
  • Replace Radar Mast
  • Remove and Replace all Electronics and Communication Gear
  • Replace KVH System
  • Rebuilt Barient winch motors
  • Replace House and Start Battery Bank
  • Replace Mast and all Standing and Running Rigging
  • Replace Mast Base mount plate
  • Increase Size of Pad Eye for Main Sheet
  • Increase Size of Back Stay Tang
  • Remove and Upgrade all Interior Dome Lights to LED Red/White
  • Replace Tank Senders
  • Upgrade Fridge and Freezer Boxes with New Shelving and LED Lighting
  • Remove and Refinish All Teak and Holly Sole Hatches And Thresholds
  • Add New Xantrax Battery Charger and Fans
  • $8,125.00 New 12 Volt Frigiboat System
  • Full Run Through On Engine and Generator Replace Any and All Needed Equipment
  • $3,000.00 Rigging work New Shackle’s Winch Handles, Lines ect..
  • Re-paint Spinaker Pole and Bow Sprit
  • Rudder Glass Repair
  • Sand Blast Bottom add New Barrier Coat and Anti Fouling Paint
  • $11,500.00 Re-varnish All Top Side Bright Work
  • $8,500.00 On Deck Paint Touch Ups
  • 3-5-18 $26,000.00 Repaint Hull of Vessel 3 Coats Awlcraft 2000
  • Create two new Sole Hatches to replace Saloon Seat
  • Re-varnish All Screen Hatch Sliders
  • $5,443.00 In Engine and Generator Upgrades
  • Replace Air Conditioning pump
  • Replace Aft AC Unit
  • $2,000.00 Finish Work for 15 Teak Pieces Stain Sand and Seal
  • Replace Stern Toe Rail
  • Replace Section of Stb Toe Rail

Hull & Deck

  • Green Awl Grip Paint 2018
  • White Boot Stripe 2018
  • Sand Blasted, Fresh Epoxy Barrier Coat and Two Coats Micron 66 Extra 2019
  • Stainless Steel Strake Rail
  • Stainless Steel Stanchions with Life Lines 2018
  • Custom Teak Grate and Stainless Steel Seats Made Removable For The Aft Deck 2018
  • Custom Stainless Steel Navigation Antenna Pole Aft Deck 2018.
  • High Gloss Teak Hand Rails and Durade Boxes
  • Bow Pulpit Rebuilt 2018
  • Custom Teak Seat and Cushion for Bow Pulpit
  • Two Stainless Steel Swim Ladders with varnished steps. Re-conditioned 2017
  • Aft Pulpit and Dingy Motor lift Replaced 2018
  • Spurz Line Cutter
  • Max Prop
  • Swing Keel (For 12' Draft) on Meriman Right Angle Winch in Cockpit. Cable Replaced 2019, Winch Rebuild 2017.
  • Teak Decks Replaced 2016-17
  • Toast Canvas Bimini and Dodger 2015
  • Toast Canvas Covers for Bright Work 2018
  • Partial Skeg Hung Ruder. Ruder Post Refurbished 2014


  • Keel Stepped Seldon Mast. Double Spreder Rig with Rod Rigging 2018
  • Electric Leisure Furl Boom
  • Custom Removable Stainless Steel Bow Sprit Whit Awl Grip Paint
  • Custom Double Anchor Roller for Seamless Deployment
  • Navtec Boom Vang Hydraulic 2020
  • Navtec Backstay Adjuster Hydraulic 2020
  • New Running Rigging 2018

Ground Tackle

  • Ideal Anchor Windless with Foot Pedals For Up Down Operation. Gear case Replaced 2021. Top Side Refurbished in 2018.
  • Anchor: Lewmar 60 lb CQR.
  • Chain: #1 3/8th X 250' 15' section of stainless chain added.
  • Secondary- Fortress Anchor
  • Three Strand Nylon Rhode
  • 3 Fenders

Sails & Canvas

  • Doyle Stratus Leisure Furl Main 2018
  • Doyle Stratus 135% Genoa Roller Furling Performance Blue Water Cruising Sail.
  • 100% Doyle Dacron Jib. 2016 (Caribbean)
  • Doyle Performance Cruising Code 0. 2016
  • Doyle A2 3/4 oz nylon asymmetrical Spinaker 2010
  • Doyle A3 1.5oz Nylon asymmetrical Spinaker 2010
  • ATN Dousing Sock Sleeve Can Be Used For Either Spinaker.
  • Hood Hank On Dacron Staysail.
  • Hood Dacron Storm Staysail.
  • Rail Covers
  • Hand Rail Covers
  • Cockpit Seat Back Covers
  • Companionway Teak and Canvas Zip in Cover
  • Cockpit Table Cover
  • Seat Covers and Cushions for Exterior Seats
  • Lower Mast and Boom Cover
  • Hatch Covers
  • Companion way Cover
  • Bimini and Dodger


  • B&G  Zeus3 S-9 Chart Plotter
  • B&G Zeus3 S-12 Chart Plotter At Nav Station
  • B&G Zeus3 S-7 on Separate Bus At Nav Station
  • B&G  H5000 Graphic Display
  • B&G Triton 2 Multi Purpose Sailing Instruments
  • B&G H5000 CPU Hydra
  • B&GZG 100 compass
  • B&G VMHU Pack Vertical Masthead Unit.
  • B&G Pilot Controller
  • B&G H5000 Pilot Computer
  • B&G H5000 Hydra Hercules CPU
  • B&G Halo20+  Pulse compression radar.
  • B&G Nais 500 GPS Antenna
  • B&G GoFree WIFI Wireless Module
  • Sirius Satellite Weather and Radio Receiver
  • CZONE Network Bridge Interface to Isolate section S of the NMEA Data for Back Up GPS Sytem
  • Actisense EMU Engine Managment Units, Analog to N2K
  • B&G Wirless VHF Radio
  • Gusion MS AV650 Stereo with DVD/CD player
  • Boss CX1800 Audio Amp 5 Channel
  • KVH TracPhone (Currently not operational needs update)
  • Iridium Extreme 9575 Satellite Phone
  • Iridium Potsdock Connectivity Purpose Built Cradle.
  • Wave WiFi RoguePro Ethernet Bridge
  • DVH Trac Vision UHD7 (Not Operational Needs Testing)
  • KVH Direct TV H24 HD Receiver with Remote Control (Needs Testing)
  • HDMI 4 Port Manual Remote Auto Switching.
  • Samsung 32" Class s LS swries Full HD smart TV
  • PlayStation 4 Pro 1 TB Console (Needs Testing)


  • 110 Volt/12 Volt System
  • 1 50 Amp Shore Connection
  • Westerbeke 8KW Generator (non-operational)
  • Two Balmar High Output Alternators
  • Two Balmar ARS-5 Regulators
  • Noise Isolators
  • Battery Isolator Shunt
  • Battery Bank On/Off Breakers
  • Magnum Inverter/Charger by Xantrex 12/2800 and Battery Monitor System
  • Ten Full River 6V AGM Batterys DC224-6
  • Two Odyssey Deep Cycle 2250 Start Batterys
  • 24V Cross Over system for Thruster
  • GFCI protection


  • Westerbeke W100  Approximately 5300hrs
  • ZF Gear 1.69
  • Westerbeke Generator New in 2014
  • PPS Dripless Shaft Seal
  • Aqua Drive on Thrust Bearing Wall Aft of Transmission
  • Max Prop Refurbished in 2016


  • All Tanks Made of Fiberglass
  • Port Fule 75 Gallon
  • Starboard Fuel 165 Gallon
  • Aft Port Day Tank 21 Gallon. (Transfer to Port Fwd with Pump)
  • Water Tank 210 Gallon Mid Ship
  • Water Tank 100 Gallon Fwd
  • Holding Tank 25 Gallon Fwd Head Only

Interior Overview

Three Private Cabins Accommodate Seven Guests. There Are Two Heads On Board With Raritan Quite Flush Heads. Interior Fabrics Were All Replaced in 2017. The Interior Joinery Is Finished in Satin and High Gloss Varnish. The Sole and All Hatch Handles were Replaced and The Sole Was Completely Stripped and Brought Back Up. Each Berth has a 12 Volt Fan and All Lights Were Converted to LED. Each Cabin Has Red And White Light Option On New Dome Fixtures.


The Salon Is Open and Light Thanks To Five Hull Windows (replaced (2014) and Numerous Opening Hatches and Port Lights. An L-Shaped Satee To Starboard and a Straight Satee sits to Starboard. A Optional Center Saloon Seat Can Be Installed to Surround The Teak Fold Up Leaf Table. The Nav Station Sits On The Port Side. A Companionway To Port Leads To the Aft Cabins and The Electrical Panel and Bar Area.


The Galley Is Outfitted With A Front And Top Load Refrigerator and A Top Load Freezer. Additional Freezer or Fridge Space is To Port By the Bar. The Cooling Plates And Compressors Were All Replaced In 2018. The Fridge and Freezer Boxes Were Repainted, Varnished And New Lexan Shelves Were Installed In 2018. A Dickenson Range Replaced the Old Shipman In 2016.The Galley Has A Double Basin Stainless Steel Sink, A Blower, And Ample Storage.


The Fwd Cabin Has A Berth To Starboard And A Work Bench To Port With Plenty Of Storage Space In Louvered Cabinets. The Mid Cabin Is OFF To Starboard And Has A Bunk Berth With Overhead Storage And a Cedar Hanging Closet. The Cabin Has Private AC Controls. Air Can Be Diverted to the Forward Cabin. This Cabin Is At Mid Ship And Is Directly Across From The Fwd Head. The Aft Cabin Has A Split Stateroom With Two Double Berths And A Private Head.

Tender & Safety Gear

  • AB 10' Aluminum Rib
  • 9 HP Yamaha Engine 2016
  • Epirb
  • Ditch Bag
  • Flares
  • Jacklines
  • Ships Bell
  • Life Jackets
  • Assorted Spares for Engine and Generator
  • No Life Raft

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