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1981 ODay 30

5 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

If you are looking for a good, small boat that will take around the Bay – and further afield if you want – come and take a look at Luanna. She needs some work, but is generally sound and her current owner is keen that she should be out sailing, not sitting on the hard.

Interior Layout:
This boat has a spacious interior layout. The galley is to port and the chart table to starboard, with the quarterberth combining as the seat for the chart table. The salon has a u-shaped settee to starboard with a table that lowers down to form a double berth. To port is a straigth settee and forward of that is a large storage locker. Opposite the storage locker, to starboard is the head, with basin, shower and storage. The V-berth is in the bow and has a large, solid, hatch which opens to provide light and ventilation.

Equipment on Board:

Galley:
S/S sink
Hot & cold pressure water
6 gal water heater
Hillerange propane stove w/ alcohol oven
Icebox
Pressurised fresh water w/ hand pump

Electrical Equipment:
Shore power w/ cable
Circuit breakers (new ’07)
2 Batteries
New Electrical panel
35 amp alternator
New mast wiring (’07)

Electronics:
Raymarine Wheelpilot
Raymarine ST40 Depthsounder (new ’07)
Raymarine ST40 Knotmeter (new ’07)
VHF radio
New handheld GPS
AM/FM/CD Radio w/2 speakers (’05)

Deck & Cockpit:
Anchor (new ’07)
4 Winches
Dodger
Stanchion grill-propane
Traveller in cockpit

Sails & Rigging:
Mainsail
Genoa 150% w/furling
Spinnaker
Spinnaker pole
Mainsail cover

Miscellaneous upgrades.
New head (’05)
New cushions (’08)

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I do my best to post the most accurate information I can find, but please be aware that information here may be incorrect. If you have any comments about this boat, corrections to the specifications listed, or can provide additional information or photos, please use the comment form below and share what you can. I will update information as it becomes available.

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