1978 Irwin 10/4

Added 18 October, 2012

About this Sailboat:

Shallow draft and easy to sail. Great coastal cruising boat. Marine Architect Robert Johnson, Island Packet founder, worked with Ted Irwin on design.
• Engine: Yanmar 8hp Diesel
• Beam: 10′-4″
• Tanks: 30 G water; 20 G fuel
• Displacement: 7,000 lbs.
• Draft: Keel/center BD: 2′-9″ 6’8″ down
• Sails & Rigging: Fully Battened Main w/2 reef points ’03; roller-furling jib with foam luft for reefing ’02; sail cover ’08, standing rigging ’05; yacht brand sheets, lines, dock lines ’08.
• Diesel Inboard 8 hp Yanmar, 3 blade prop ’02, Racor 120a filter ’05, automatic bilge pump ’01, manual deck mounted gusher pump, primary claw anchor on roller, • Cockpit: Wheel steering, Bimini bule cockpit cushions; • Accommodations: Berths for 5; (v-berth, port settee, & starboard settee w/table berth conversion); matching blue cushions, 2 opening self draining ports, ’05, 12v fan, solar-powered forward hatch vent ’05; smoked Lucite hatch cover; teak hatch boards with louvered doors; self draining opening ports ’04; forward solar power vent in hatch ’04, plus gimbaled brass lamp.
This boat is unique; being an older boat, in this case, is not a disadvantage -the fiberglass hull is thick and strong — new ones are thin as a clorox bottle and have about that much style and personality. This fine boat is pre-production (totally hand made so has a lot of extras)

• Enclosed head w/ teak louvered door, holding tank with Y valve.
• Galley: gimbaled 2-burner alcohol stove; 5 cu ft ice box; SS sink, sink, fresh water tank w/ electric pump.

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Equipment on Board:

Irwin 10/4
Irwin 10/4
Irwin 10/4
Irwin 10/4
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