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1946 Ed Monk Sr Sailboat Cutter

5 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

30ft Ed Monk Sr
Cutter

Built in Mid 40s in Seattle of stout cedar on oak frames. Moonsail SV.
Beam 9ft , draft 4ft, 7 tons displacement, 4000 lbs ballast, 16hp diesel runs great, cast iron wood stove,
Hand carvings and inlay wood work through out. 6 lanterns, alot of character.
Not too many of these boats left in this good of shape.
Good liveaboard.
Known around the Puget Sound.
On the cover of Cruising the San Juan Islands – Bruce Calhoun
Ready to go sailing today.

Check pics out at:

http://picasaweb.google.com/pederson.mark/MoonsailCutter?authkey=Gv1sRgCP2g66GT6svLHg#

New stainless steel rudder – Spring 2010
New zincs – Spring 2010
Bottom Paint – Spring 2010
Stuffing Box Repacked- Spring 2010

No Head. Porta potty

5’8″ head room

Equipment on Board:

Ed Monk Sr Sailboat Cutter
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